- Jason La Canfora is hearing that the Bills are trying to find a way to land Michigan State QB Connor Cook on Day 3.
- La Canfora adds that it would likely require the Bills to part with some 2017 draft picks to make the deal work.
- Jeff Zrebeic mentions that the Ravens previously met with Cook and have five fourth-round picks, so they could justify taking a developmental quarterback.
- According to Peter Schrager, the Buccaneers believe their special teams could have been better, which explains why they traded up for K Roberto Aguayo, whom they reportedly view as “the best in the history of college football.“
- Clarence Hill reports that the Cowboys felt better about Jaylon Smith’s medical situation than they did about Myles Jack.
- Jones said second-round pick Jaylon Smith was among the top five players on the Cowboys’ draft board. (Todd Archer)
- Jones wouldn’t “completely rule out” Smith playing in 2016. (David Helman)
- Had the Cowboys not taking Smith, Ian Rapoport reports that the Patriots would have, which explains why New England traded out of round two.
Armando Salguero reports that the Dolphins wanted LB Myles Jack so “badly” that they tried to trade up multiple times to get him
“We tried — a lot,” a club source texted Salguero about moving up for Jack.
- Packers free agent OLB Mike Neal seemingly confirmed via his Twitter account that he won’t be back in Green Bay now that they’ve used a third-round pick on Utah State OLB Kyler Fackrell.