RENTON, Wash. -- When the Seattle Seahawks were on the clock with the 26th pick Thursday night, Germain Ifedi thought it was his time.But instead of making a selection, general manager John Schneider decided to trade back to No.
The Patriots have back-to-back picks late in the second round, at No. 60 and 61. Then they have two selections late in the third round.
Field Yates looks at three of the top storylines headed into the second round of the NFL Draft, including the Broncos trading up for Paxton Lynch, notable players left on the board and the Patriots' round-two move after missing out in the first.
The Titans have spent a ton of picks, and a big free-agent deal, on offensive linemen over the last three seasons. After drafting offensive tackle Jack Conklin at No. 8, they need to be done and get to other matters.
The first round went pretty much according to plan for the New Orleans Saints.
The Cowboys made an attempt to trade up into the first round in order to select Memphis quarterback Paxton Lynch, according to sources, but were thwarted by the Denver Broncos.