Defensive line, running back and center are three spots the Washington Redskins could target on the second day of the NFL draft.
When the Falcons worked out safety Keanu Neal they wanted to see his coverage skills, and they came away impressed enough to take him in round one.
With the top need filled, by selecting offensive tackle Jack Conklin, the Titans have plenty of remaining needs to address.
Dan Le Batard doesn't think the photo of Laremy Tunsil using drug paraphernalia was enough to be scared away from drafting him.
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.