NFL Media analyst Charles Davis sees Buffalo's Khalil Mack as a better fit for the Houston Texans than South Carolina's Jadeveon Clowney.
Appearing Tuesday on "Schein on Sports" with NFL Media's Adam Schein, Jacksonville Jaguars coach Gus Bradley said that Buffalo edge player Khalil Mack is "one of those guys you feel like that's going to play for a long time."
Buffalo edge player Khalil Mack will visit Houston next week, and NFL.com's Ian Rapoport writes that the Texans "are looking at all options at No. 1."
Buffalo edge player Khalil Mack will not make it past pick No. 3, a source told Fox Sports' Peter Schrager.
Buffalo LB Khalil Mack, Auburn OT Greg Robinson and Texas A&M QB Johnny Manziel will all visit the Jaguars over the next few days, reports NFL.com's Ian Rapoport.
Buffalo edge player Khalil Mack worked out for the Falcons on Wednesday.
Draft insider Tony Pauline gives nine OLBs solid top-three round grades.
The MMQB's Peter King pointed to the Browns, Lions, Rams, Ravens and Jets as teams who could move around in the draft.
If the Browns selected Buffalo edge player Khalil Mack, head coach Mike Pettine said he'd move him around schematically similarly to how Mario Williams was deployed last year.
NFL Media analyst Daniel Jeremiah prefers Buffalo's Khalil Mack to UCLA's Anthony Barr due to the former's advantages in versatility and playing violence.
Buffalo edge player Khalil Mack was compared by a computer projection to A.J. Hawk, Sean Weatherspoon and Aaron Curry in NFL.com writer Bucky Brooks' "Man vs. Machine" series.
Buffalo edge player Khalil Mack is no lock to be drafted in the top-five picks, writes NFL.com's Charles Davis.
Buffalo edge player Khalil Mack slotted No. 1 to the Texans in Mel Kiper's most recent mock draft.
NFL.com's Charles Davis believes it is a myth that Buffalo edge player Khalil Mack is a lock to be a top five draft pick.