- UCLA LB Myles Jack is visiting with with the Falcons. (Adam Schefter)
- The Panthers are hosting Clemson DE Shaq Lawson today for a predraft visit. (Ian Rapoport)
- Cal QB Jared Goff is visiting with the Cowboys on Thursday. (Cami Griffin)
- Ohio State DE Joey Bosa is in Dallas and visiting the Cowboys today. (Ian Rapoport)
- Notre Dame RB C.J. Prosise visited the Texans. (Aaron Wilson)
- Tom Silverstein reports that the Packers hosting Middle Tennessee State S Kevin Byard for a visit.
Bills GM Doug Whaley mentioned during an appearance on NFL Network that they are leaving all of their options open at No. 19 overall.
“We’ve lost some defensive players that’s true,” said Whaley, via BuffaloBills.com. “But if you look up and down our roster there’s not a position on our squad where we wouldn’t have a chance to pick a guy at 19 and people would say, ‘Oh I can see why they did that.’ We need some depth in a lot of areas and we need some starters in a few areas. We’re going to look at every possible position and not limit ourselves.”
- Broncos HC Gary Kubiak told reporters on Thursday that he also met with Colin Kaepernick a few weeks ago. (Mike Klis)
- Kubiak referred to the meeting with Kaepernick as “good and very impressive.” (Troy Renck)
- According to Kubiak, he met with Memphis QB Paxton Lynch on Wednesday. (Troy Renck)
- Kubiak expects both OLB Von Miller and LT Ryan Clady to attend the team’s voluntary offseason workout program, which starts on April 18. (Nicki Jhabvala)
Titans GM Jon Robinson mentioned on Wednesday that trade interest in their No. 1 overall pick has “increased some” in recent days.
“I would say that with each day we inch closer to the draft, the discussions probably become a little bit more serious, if you will,” Robinson said, via The Tennessean. “That’s something we’re going back and forth with. Do we stay put with where we’re at, or do we really entertain the thought of moving?
“I would say the interest has increased some. I wouldn’t say there are 31 teams calling, but there are certainly teams that have interest in moving up.”