Pat Yasinskas can see the Buccaneers targeting an offensive tackle in round two of the draft.
Yasinskas considers receivers Miami’s Philip Dorsett, Kansas State’s Tyler Lockett, FSU’s Rashad Greene, and Duke’s Jamison Crowder to be potential targets for the Bucs in this year’s draft.
According to Yasinskas, the decision to trade S DaShon Goldson was due to him being a bad fit schematically for Lovie Smith’s Tampa 2 defense. Although, Yasinskas admits that Chris Conte and Major Wright may not be any better than Goldson.
Yasinskas writes that if QB Mike Glennon gets traded, it would likely come after the draft.
Phil Sheridan believes the Eagles should plan on coming away with a wide receiver and safety, unless there is a superior cornerback available to them.
If they were to add a cornerback, Sheridan mentions that CB Nolan Carroll could be moved to safety for at least the time being.
Sheridan still believes Chip Kelly would like to get Oregon QB Marcus Mariota, even though it could prove to be too difficult in the end.
Sheridan considers the odds of the Eagles taking a quarterback in this year’s draft to be “quite good.”
Sheridan writes that QB Sam Bradford is “very likely” to receive a contract extension from the Eagles.