They'll probably cut him.
It would take maybe both fourths.
Not to begin the season, but I would guess it's possible as time goes along.
Haven't heard anything. It's going to take a good package of picks to get into the third. We'll know more as we get closer to the third.
Had to step out and get some caffeine. Sorry for the lull.
I would think with 10 picks left they should take a flier on one.
I like him better than Hundley. I thought he made some great throws against the Packers, but he has to cut down on his dumb errors. But at least he can complete a pass down the field.
Well, let's see, I've fallen behind all the picks.
You keep assuming they can just declare they're going to move up. They have to find a trade partner.
OK, I think I'm caught up with the picks now.
To answer the question on the tight ends, it probably would be Ian Thomas from Indiana or Mark Andrews from Oklahoma.
He's a potential second-round pick, but more likely third.
Doubt it. They don't like to take that kind of risk on guys.
It's so hard to say until we see what kind of runs there are in the third round.