Depends who's there, but if it's between Bush and Hockenson, I'd take Bush.
I'd be careful with trading No. 12. I'd do it only if I'm sure I could get the same value at the pick I acquire. Most Hall of Fame players come from the top 10 in drafts and you wouldn't want to miss out on someone with that kind of potential. But from 30, I'd definitely look to trade back, especially if someone wants a quarterback there.
In minicamp it was Josh Jones, but i wouldn't bet on that opening day.
They might. I wouldn't rule it out.
No, not really. It wouldn't kill them to move up. They have enough cap room to pick No. 1 if they want. Rookies are fairly cheap. They'd probably want to make a few moves to leave them money to do deals later, but they don't need to worry about cap as far as moving up.
Offensive line, particularly tackle. They don't have a backup for Bakhtiari. They badly need that and they could use a right tackle to replace Bulaga either this year or next year.
I think it could be any of the three, depending on how the first 11 goes. If Jawaan Taylor was there, I'd have a hard time believing they'd pass him up. Possibly the same with Dillard. But there are tackles to be had in the second round or late first.
I don't like him at 12. I'm not sure he can play tackle and I wouldn't pick a guy who's going to play guard that high in the draft.
Murray is in that boat. I'm not completely sold on Bosa. Haskins I have questions about and Ed Oliver would have some risk for reasons I stated earlier.
No, because Gruden didn't tell them who they were going to take.
They can get up to No. 5 with No. 12 and No. 44.
Could be, but New England doesn't like to move up. They like to acquire picks.
It should be trade demand. Picking a quarterback there would be foolish. Rodgers is your QB for three more years no matter what. His contract all but requires it.
Seems to me they could, but I don't think the NFL thinks that way.
Nothing. I saw some reports but you have to be careful about those. Often they come from agents with motives.
I think it should be Lock, but I'm probably wrong. Probably will be Haskins.
Richard Rodgers? He's gone.
Absolutely. He'd be a fine second-round pick.