Posted by ESPN.com's Paul Kuharsky
Malcolm Jenkins' speed has been questioned, but the cornerback isn't anxious to be a safety, writes John McClain.
McClain mulls the Texans' draft options.
Lance Zierlein's top 100 in the draft.
The Colts reworked Reggie Wayne's deal somewhere along the way, saving themselves $480,000 in cap space this year, according to coltscap.net.
Players from Indiana will have to wait a while to hear their names called, writes Jeff Rabjohns.
Tackles go quickly, says Mike Chappell.
Punter Hunter Smith signed with Washington, says Chappell.
The Bleacher Report makes a pick in each of the Colts' draft slots.
No. 3 on John Oehser's list of the top 25 picks of the Bill Polian era.
Oehser looks at the draft's safeties.
Don't read too much into the Colts' recent signings of two former arenafootball2 offensive linemen, says Oehser.
The Colts issued a statement about the shortfall of funds for the agency that runs Lucas Oil Stadium, says Oehser.
A look at the Colts at cornerback, from Oehser.
Gene Frenette looks at the Jaguars' emphasis on character. Also, look for the rail on the left where he grades the team's previous six first-rounders and gives nothing better than a C.
The Jaguars can't let need influence their top picks too much, says Frenette.
Frenette looks at five possible scenarios at No. 8.
An assessment of linebackers, from Michael C. Wright.
Jaguars draft steals.
Cole Pepper wants your selection for the Jags at No. 8.
A trade for a receiver remains on the Titans' radar, but indications are they aren't chasing Anquan Boldin hard, says Jim Wyatt.
Kevin Mawae tells Gary Estwick his surgically repaired right elbow is on track to be ready for the start of training camp.
Terry McCormick makes a selection in each of the Titans' 10 spots.
A look at the draft's top cornerbacks, from Estwick.
Some Titans visited wounded soldiers, writes Teresa Walker.
Michael Griffin thinks the Titans are OK at receiver, blogs Wyatt.
A final look at 2008, in Estwick's blog.