Virginia Tech T Laurence Gibson has visits schedule with the Cardinals, Panthers, Cowboys and Broncos. (Richmond Times Dispatch)
Coley Harvey of ESPN expects the Bengals to target offensive tackle, pass rush and receiver in this year’s draft.
Harvey expects Cincinnati to take an offensive tackle in round one, but mentions Florida State DT Eddie Goldman as a potential surprise pick.
Harvey mentions that last year’s first-round pick, CB Darqueze Dennard, should have a much bigger role in the defense this season.
Pat McManamon writes that free agent TE Rob Housler could be a fit for the Browns, as long as his asking price is reasonable. Although, McManamon adds that there has been no indication the Browns are interested in him.
McManamon writes “there is a clear feeling out there that Mike Pettine’s job security will be at risk if the Browns struggle in 2015.”
McManamon can see Cleveland targeting a tight end in the middle rounds of the draft.
According to Mike Wells, the Colts can still use some depth at several positions including: defensive line, running back, linebacker and safety.
Even with the recent addition of ILB Nate Irving, Wells thinks they could use another inside linebacker given that Irving is working his way back from a knee injury.
Wells doesn’t completely rule out the possibility that the Colts could trade up for someone like Alabama S Landon Collins in this year’s draft.