Speaking after the first round of the draft, Falcons GM Thomas Dimitroff said No. 6 overall pick OT Jake Matthews would start out at right tackle.
Falcons selected Texas A&M OT Jake Matthews with the No. 6 overall pick in the 2014 NFL draft.
SI's Peter King believes the Falcons will "not sell the farm for anyone at the top of the draft, and will go left tackle at No. 6."
According to Profootballtalk, the thinking in some league circles is that the Rams would like to trade down with an eye toward selecting Texas A&M OT Jake Matthews.
The St. Louis Post-Dispatch thinks the Rams would select Texas A&M OT Jake Matthews over Auburn OT Greg Robinson if forced to decide between the two at No. 2 overall.
A source tells ESPN that the Jaguars "could be targeting" Texas A&M OT Jake Matthews at No. 3 overall.
ESPN Falcons reporter Vaughn McClure expects Atlanta to stand pat at the No. 6 overall pick and select "one of the top three offensive tackles."
A source tells the Florida Times Union the Jaguars are considering Texas A&M OT Jake Matthews with the No. 3 overall pick.
After studying Texas A&M LT Jake Matthews' college tape, NFL Films' Greg Cosell came away believing Matthews is a "much more refined and better player" than Auburn's Greg Robinson, at this stage.
Texas A&M OT Jake Matthews' official forty time at the NFL Combine was 5.07.
Texas A&M OT Jake Matthews measured 6-foot-5 1/2 and 308 pounds at Thursday's NFL Combine weigh-in.