NFL Draft Needs: Saints

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MMQB's Peter King reports the Eagles want to trade out of the No. 32 pick.

The Eagles aren't scheduled to pick again until No. 130 after trading their second- and third-round picks to Cleveland (Carson Wentz) and Buffalo (Ronald Darby), respectively. Philly likely wants to move down to grab more picks. The No. 32 pick is the final selection offering a five-year contract, so the Eagles' pick should attract a lot of interest at the end of Thursday night.
Source: SI.com
Apr 23 - 2:52 AM

According to SI's Peter King, the Cardinals "don't like Baker Mayfield, they love him."

In fact, King has the Cardinals trading up from No. 15 to No. 5 to draft Mayfield in the spot currently owned by Denver. It would be a steep price for Arizona to pay, almost certainly including next year's first-round pick. To date, Mayfield has been the favorite to go to the Jets at No. 3 overall. King has the Jets passing on Mayfield in favor of UCLA QB Josh Rosen.
Source: MMQB
Apr 23 - 2:31 AM

A source he "trusts" who is "very well-connected" and "very often right" told MMQB's Peter King the Browns won't take Wyoming QB Josh Allen with the No. 1 overall pick.

It should be a breath of fresh air for Cleveland fans; analytically, Allen barely belongs in the first round let alone in conversation for the No. 1 pick. King published a mock draft in his MMQB article, and sent USC QB Sam Darnold to the Browns at No. 1. We agree and also expect Cleveland to take Darnold.
Source: SI.com
Apr 23 - 2:23 AM

Jets head coach Todd Bowles said he would start a rookie quarterback in 2018 if necessary.

"It depends on the progress," Bowles said. "At the end of training camp, if you’re a rookie and you are where we need you to be, you play." Bowles informed Josh McCown he'll be the team's starter back in March, but that was before the Jets traded up to No. 3 with the sole intent of drafting a franchise quarterback. ESPN's Rich Cimini recently reported the Jets have narrowed their choices to Oklahoma QB Baker Mayfield and UCLA QB Josh Rosen.
Source: Newsday
Apr 22 - 11:39 PM

The NFL will meet May 1-2 at league headquarters in New York to continue discussion about player safety.

The "summit" will focus on the future of kickoffs. The attendance list has not yet been finalized, but invitees include former players, team executives, and both current and former coaches. Though there is reportedly no indication the kickoff could be eliminated as early as this season, this particular meeting will occur just over one month after the league added a "targeting" penalty. League offices have also prepared a memorandum to address the increase in training camp concussions.
Source: ESPN
Apr 22 - 6:47 PM

Pro Football Talk's Mike Florio reports the Patriots expect both Rob Gronkowski and Tom Brady to play in 2018.

A source with "knowledge of the situation" told Florio the Patriots are expecting both stars to return for this upcoming season. More importantly, what appeared to be a non-story all along is slowly being unveiled as such. Brady never indicated he was considering retirement and had even planned normal off-site offseason workouts with his fellow teammates. The Athletic's Jeff Howe also recently reported Gronk told members of his inner circle he's strayed from voluntary workouts because "he's happy living life and generally just taking a little extra time away." Both are expected to be full participants when New England opens training camp in July.
Apr 22 - 4:03 PM

Bengals LB Preston Brown received a $2 million workout bonus.

The bonus was negotiated into his one-year deal he signed with the Bengals in March. Brown logged the second-most snaps among all linebackers last season and will likely play middle linebacker over Vincent Rey once Vontaze Burfict's four-game suspension concludes. There's also an outside chance Rey moves to the strong side, leaving Burfict to play the weak side beginning in Week 5.
Apr 22 - 2:30 PM

Broncos GM John Elway confirmed the team's desire to draft a running back.

"It’s hard to predict where they’re going to end up, but it is a deep class," Elway said of this year's crop of running backs. "We feel good about the fact that we’ll be able to get a good one." The Broncos just released their leading rusher from last season, C.J. Anderson, leaving 2016 fourth-rounder Devontae Booker atop the team's running back depth chart. Penn State RB Saquon Barkley could be an option for Denver if he falls to No. 5, though most reports suggest the Giants are targeting him at No. 2. More likely, the Broncos will look to one of Derrius Guice, Sony Michel or Ronald Jones to address their backfield need. That might require them to trade up from No. 40.
Source: Denver Post
Apr 22 - 1:08 PM
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