Projected 2018 NFL draft order: Browns lock up top pick, but No. 2 up for grabs

The Eagles have the luxury of taking the best player available at the bottom of the first round. He gets to sit and learn behind a quarterback who has similar abilities, and he'll have a package or two in the offense as a rookie. At this spot they might be in range for Mayfield, or maybe they could trade up for one of the other hot names. The Jets could take Josh Rosen here, but I'm guessing Darnold will be the pick if he's still available. Darnold's hands are big enough to keep bad weather from being an issue for him in Cleveland, and his arm is strong enough. DraftSite NFL Blog

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NFL Mock Draft 2019

With Josh Sitton departing, guard becomes a need spot, as is depth on the defensive line. If the Bears see an opportunity to become faster and more explosive at inside linebacker, they should take it.

San Francisco 49ers Record: The 49ers were 26th in the league in sacks last season, so they need to add more pass rush. I still see CB as a need, even after the addition of Richard Sherman. It would make sense to look for a wide receiver to grow with Garoppolo, too. Kyle Shanahan can unlock a new level in his offense with another weapon at tight end.

The Raiders don't have any cornerbacks that are taking the ball away, and will likely add more help at CB and safety. The inside linebacker spot also needs to be addressed. LT Donald Penn turns 35 this year and the Raiders should be looking for a long-term solution at left tackle.

David Sharpe is better suited for the right side. The Raiders would benefit from adding a disruptive force in the middle of their defensive line. Chiefs' Mahomes bet already paying off. Headlines Latest Browns expected to be able to trade Gordon today Wilks: The best of what college football has to offer. Building the perfect quarterback. Most vulnerable division champs.

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Email Address Enter valid email address Password. Email Address Enter valid email address. The Raiders started to retool their defense in the draft, an effort that likely will continue in Bryant could be a dynamic pairing with Khalil Mack. Jones considered entering the NFL Draft but opted to stay in school. Stidham has a lot of upside and could rise to be a first-round QB prospect. Ranking next year's best QB prospects.

Atlanta needs to start rebuilding it offensive line, and after passing on the position early in the NFL Draft, that need will persist next year. Deiter can offer tackle or guard value to his future team. The second offensive tackle and third lineman from Wisconsin who earns first-round consideration, Edwards is a massive, powerful tackle who could be a plug-and-play blocker in The Packers might just stay in-state and draft only Wisconsin players in The 49ers have invested mid-round picks and free-agent dollars to the position, but it might take a first-round running back to complete their offense.

Gustin is an active outside pass-rusher who can play right away in the NFL. Jennings might be yet another Alabama linebacker who becomes a first-round pick.

He is a massive player who has outstanding physicality to play inside or outside in the NFL.