After picking a cornerback in the first round, the Giants might not be in a hurry to pivot to offense on the second day of the draft.
The Packers likely won't get one of the top two linebackers available on the second day of the draft if they stay at No. 57 overall.
The Seahawks head into Friday with four picks in the draft's next two rounds, and from the D-line to the O-line there are many possibilities.
One way to make a secondary look good is to put pressure on the QB. That's one of the reasons the Panthers drafted Vernon Butler.
The Minnesota Vikings could get two chances to infuse their roster with speed and strength on Friday.
Alabama center Ryan Kelly was a perfect match of need and draft position for the Colts, who picked the player they wanted all along.
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