Detroit Lions GM Martin Mayhew says rookie cap makes it sensible to take a guard high in the draft.
ESPN's Chris Mortensen tweeted Alabama G Chance Warmack "won't" fall to the Panthers at No. 14.
Draft insider Tony Pauline notes that the Giants "would love the opportunity to select him as they feel he’s a great fit for their system."
NFL Network's Daniel Jeremiah tweeted that he grades Alabama G Chance Warmack and UNC G Jonathan Cooper over David DeCastro.
National Football Post's Dan Pompei writes that an NFC personnel man told him that Alabama G Chance Warmack and UNC G Jonathan Cooper are "two different animals."
CBS' Jason La Canfora reports the Detroit Lions could select Alabama G Chance Warmack No. 5 overall.
Alabama G Chance Warmack visited the Lions on Monday.
ESPN's Adam Schefter said he would not be surprised if Alabama G Chance Warmack is still available at pick No. 18.
The Sideline View's Lance Zierlein is "not buying into some of the overall ratings" he's seeing on Alabama G Chance Warmack.
Alabama head coach Nick Saban says G Chance Warmack has "rare commodities" at his size.
The NFL Network's Daniel Jeremiah says there is "a strong possibility that Chance Warmack won't be the first guard selected in this draft."
An anonymous scout said Alabama OG Chance Warmack "scares the hell" out of him because he's "not real bright".
Tennessee Titans GM Ruston Webster says he's not against drafting an OG in the first round.
Alabama G Chance Warmack measured in at 6'2/317 pounds at the NFL Combine.