Here are your options for the Kansas City Chiefs with the No. 21 pick.Please give your reason why you are making the pick in the comment section below.
Each Thursday leading up to the NFL draft (April 28-30), the ESPN.com NFL blog network will take a division-by-division look at key aspects of the draft.
Weekend mail call:Michael from Long Beach wants to know what offensive linemen San Diego could look at with the No. 18 overall pick.Bill Williamson: I think the Chargers will look at pass-rushers first, but there could be some offensive lineman who interest the Chargers, who would grab a tackle.
ESPN draft analyst Todd McShay has compiled a mock draft with the help of two NFL scouts. Let’s take a look at what they came up with for the AFC West:No.
It looks like Mike Pouncey would be the fans’ choice for the Oakland Raiders if they had the No. 17 pick.Monday night, we ran a SportsNation poll, asking Oakland fans to make their choice for Oakland at No.
Who you think the Oakland Raiders would focus on if they had the No. 17 overall pick in the upcoming draft?Oakland is the only team without a first-round pick because it sent it to New England in September of 2009 for defensive lineman Richard Seymour.
The player Mel Kiper believes will end up being the San Diego Chargers’ first-round pick has reportedly withdrawn from the combine.NFL.com reports that USC tackle Tyron Smith has dropped out of the combine suddenly Saturday with a lingering knee issue.
Mid-week mail call:David from San Diego wants to know I think the Chargers should draft an offensive lineman in the first round.Bill Williamson: I think it is a possibility.
With the Senior Bowl complete, we are going to do our second mock draft of the offseason. He will periodically do mock drafts leading up to the April draft after major events such as the combine and pro day workouts:Here goes our second take:2.
The first mock drafts of ESPN draft gurus Mel Kiper and Todd McShay have been released in Insider pieces. Earlier this week, I put out my first AFC West mock draft.
This is the third in a series looking at the potential draft direction of the teams in the AFC West:Drafting: 21Needs: Receiver, offensive line, linebacker, defensive line.
Todd McShay doesn’t sleep. He already has his first 2011 mock draft up.It is sure to change a bunch in the next 51 weeks based on performance, injuries and the underclassmen decisions.