After speaking with scouts, NFL.com's Ian Rapoport couldn't find "one reason" why DT Sharrif Floyd fell to the Vikings at No. 23.
Prior to the draft, the Vikings "hadn't even discussed" a scenario in which they landed No. 23 pick Sharrif Floyd because they assumed he'd be long gone before they went on the clock.
Vikings selected Florida DT Sharrif Floyd with the No. 23 overall pick.
NFL Draft insider Tony Pauline reports the Raiders are now "unlikely" to draft Florida DT Sharrif Floyd, even if they stay put at No. 3.
NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reports the Raiders' pick at No. 3 is "red hot" with trade action.
Of teams picking in the top-ten, NFL.com's Ian Rapoport considers the Raiders the most likely to trade down.
NFL.com's Ian Rapoport reports Chiefs GM John Dorsey called Florida DT Sharrif Floyd to "check on him" Monday.
Citing a source familiar with the situation, NFL Draft insider Tony Pauline reports the Raiders will select the "surest of the sure" player available at the No. 3 overall pick.
NFL.com's Daniel Jeremiah believes Florida DT Sharrif Floyd could fall out of the top-ten picks if Oakland doesn't take him at No. 3.
Two separate NFL scouts say Florida DT Sharrif Floyd is overrated, with one going so far as to call Floyd a media creation.
NFL Films' Greg Cosell believes Florida DT Sharrif Floyd is "without question" the player Kansas City should draft at No. 1 overall.
After studying game tape of Florida DT Sharrif Floyd, NFL Films' Greg Cosell deemed Floyd his "favorite player on tape" in the 2013 draft.
Florida DT Sharrif Floyd ran forty times of 4.87 and 4.93 at the NFL Scouting Combine.
Florida DT Sharrif Floyd measured 6-foot-2 5/8 and 297 pounds at Saturday's NFL Combine weigh-in.