NFL.com's Gil Brandt ranks Pittsburgh QB Tom Savage as the top-available prospect heading into Day 3.
Former NFL and Rutgers coach Greg Schiano said Pittsburgh QB Tom Savage, whom he coached in college, has the pocket fearlessness required of a good NFL QB.
Pittsburgh QB Tom Savage throws the ball as well as anybody in the draft, according to NFL Media Analayst Mike Mayock.
Pittsburgh QB Tom Savage had a visit with the New York Jets, according to NY Daily News' Manish Mehta.
The Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel reports that Pittsburgh QB Tom Savage had an official visit with the Green Bay Packers.
NFL Media analyst Charles Davis believes the Cincinnati Bengals should take a flyer on Pittsburgh QB Tom Savage in the second round.
The Patriots are "incredibly high" on Pittsburgh QB Tom Savage and "will consider using a pick to acquire the signal caller during the draft," reports draft insider Tony Pauline.
The MMQB's Peter King believes the Rams will take a QB in "the first three rounds."
Pittsburgh QB Tom Savage declined the NFL's invitation to attend the draft in New York.
Pittsburgh QB Tom Savage "has a very real shot of landing in the top of the second round," says NFL.com's Daniel Jeremiah.
NFL.com's Gil Brandt ranks Pitt QB Tom Savage at No. 40 overall.
Pitt QB Tom Savage will have visited or gone through workouts with 24 or 25 teams by April 27, according to The MMQB's Peter King.
Pittsburgh QB Tom Savage had a pre-draft visit with the Raiders in Oakland on Friday.
NFL Films' Greg Cosell believes Pitt QB Tom Savage commits the cardinal sin of "backing up in the face pressure."