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Rick Gosselin's final mock draft.
Jay Glazer's final mock draft.
A 32 questions draft edition from Mike Silver.
Mike Freeman lists 100 things he'd rather do than watch the draft.
Jerome Solomon says Bob McNair and the Texans have gotten better at this.
Players out of Texas taken high in the first round are hardly a sure thing, writes John McClain.
Past picks at No. 15 have been more fizzle than sizzle, says McClain.
McClain's final mock still has the Texans taking Clay Matthews.
Lance Zierlein makes a couple trades in his mock.
Bob Kravitz says this is when Bill Polian earns his money.
Free-agent corner Keiwan Ratliff signed with the Steelers, says Mike Chappell.
The Colts will watch a lot of things sort out before they get a sense of their possibilities at No. 27, writes Chappell.
Oehser reviews mock prognostications for the Colts.
Curse insurance. Peyton Manning's not the Madden cover boy.
June 6 is the day the Colts will hold an open practice at Franklin College. Tickets will be $10, says Oehser.
Polian can pronounce Peria Jerry's name, points out Oehser.
Oehser selects the best pick at each first-round spot for the Colts in their history.
The moment of truth has arrived for Gene Smith, writes Vito Stellino.
Peter King says the Jaguars turned down No. 23 and No. 47 from New England for No. 8.
Michael C. Wright is sticking with B.J. Raji for the Jaguars in his final mock draft.
A judge has been asked to revoke Jimmy Smith's bail, reports Jim Schoettler.
Gene Frenette says Smith has slowed down the timetable to become part of the Pride of the Jaguars that honors their all-time greats.
A look at the guy on the other end of the phone in New York, from Ryan Robinson of Jaguars.com.
Smith won't be unprepared, says Vic Ketchman of Jaguars.com.
Cole Pepper says it'll be Michael Crabtree at No. 8, and Malcolm Jenkins if the Jaguars trade back.
The last four first-rounders were immediate contributors. Jim Wyatt asks whether the Titans continue the trend.
The guys at the Tennessean make their picks and sample the national choices.
Chuck Cecil isn't worried about the Titans replacing Albert Haynesworth, writes Jonathan Hutton.
Joe Biddle would like to see the Titans with Anquan Boldin or Braylon Edwards.
Wyatt runs through a mock draft done by a group of beat writers from around the country.