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I saw this mock draft & free agent movement during the off season posted on NFL Draft Blitz by some talent evaluater. I really liked the mock draft so I decided to post this on the Texan web site.

This mock draft was originally posted on NFL Draft Blitz by someone named McGrim. I have also attached the link to this site. I don't deserve any credit for this, it should be McGrim.

Link: http://nfldraftblitz.proboards35.com...num=1103420939

Most Complete Mock;FA,Trades,height,weight,40,2rds

I know this mock may look shakey to some, but I was one of the best if not the best mock draft makes on another site but im not going to lie but I got banned just earlier today because I had taken some of my comments out of hand too much. I won't do that here though. And I know some of the FA's and trades are shakey but this is a pretty solid mock so here it is.
Free Agents Moves
QB Kurt Warner-stays(Giants, doesnít void last year of contract to stay and teach Eli)

QB Tim Rattay-signs with Green Bay Packers(49ers will just draft a QB or trade for one instead of resign him. Give Packers a solid back-up and maybe future QB)

QB Billy Volek-signs a long term deal and franchised(his looking amazing right now. Iím making this predication a lil early not being able to see him play any great Dís, but he is looking great and right now he deserves it, especially if McNair retires)

RB Edgerrin James-resigns(Colts)

RB Shaun Alexander-resigns(Seahawks)

RB Stephen Davis-resigns(Panthers)

RB LaMont Jordan-resigns(Jets, they need a future RB and Jordan is great)

RB Rudi Johnson-signs with Pittsburgh Steelers(with a bit of money to spend and not needing much, they get a guy in case both Bus and Duce get down and a young guy too. This takes out worrying about a RB in the draft. Bengals drafted Chris Perry last year in the 1st Round so they wonít mind losing Rudi)

WR Issac Bruce-signs with Baltimore Ravens(McDonald and Curtis are ready to be the #2 and #3 WRís. Bruce gives whoever the Ravens draft in the 1st Round, most likely Chris Henry, a tutor and Bruce still has some skill in him to play)

OT Orlando Pace-signs with Houston Texans(needing a FS and DE as they 1st needs in the draft, they wonít be able to get a solid OT. The Rams get rid of the old and will make way for a new 3rd Round OT)

OG Willie Anderson-resigns(Bengals)

OG Ben Hamilton-resigns(Broncos)

C Jeff Saturday-signs with Atlanta Falcons(after Manning, Edge, and Marvin, wonít have anything left for Saturday and Stokley. Also, donít be surprised to see Pollard released with him ageing and Clark doing great)

DE Mike Rucker-signs with Jacksonville Jaguars(Panthers have Al Wallace to replace Rucker so they wonít mind his lost too much. The Jags are in desperate need of a DE and donít be surprised to still see a DE with they 1st Rounder to give him a good partner for the future)

DE John Abraham-signs with St. Louis Rams(after Pace and Bruce get let off, they use ĺ of they money that would have been on those 2 on him. They will use the other ľ on they 1st Rounder. Jets will just move Bryan Thomas to RE and be set)

DT Pat Williams-resigns(Bills, not long term though. Like 1-2 years. Draft a DT 1st round next year)

DT Corey Simon-signs with Cincinnati Bengals(the worse part of this Defensive is the DT position. The Eagles have talent behind Simon to replace him and be set. Maybe with they horrible LB core they switch to a Eagle Defense, 5 D-Line[3 DTís and 2 DEís] 2 LBís, and the normal 2 CBís and 2 Sís)

DT Chris Hoven-signs with Cleveland Browns(this position and OT are the worse parts of this team. Vikings have talent, like the Eagles, behind Hoven to replace him and be fine. The Browns, not getting Pace, grab DíBrickshaw with they 1st pick)

DT Seth Payne-signs with Miami Dolphins(just a temporey fix at DT until next year. This year they need QB, RB, and O-Line the most so DT in the draft wonít do anything after those. Texans will just draft a DT)

OLB Peter Boulware-signs with New Orleans Saints(Adulis Thomas is ready to come back and start in Baltimore so out with Boulware. Saints biggest need is LB and could still grab Derrick Johnson making a sick LB core)

OLB Brian Simmons-signs with Kansas City Chiefs(after getting Simon, they can get an OLB to replace Simmons in the 1st Round. The Chiefs need to spend they money on Defense and maybe even trade Larry Johnson for a 3rd Rounder)

ILB Kendrell Bell-signs with Dallas Cowboys(if the Cowboys switch the 3-4, Bell will be needed. Him and Nguyen will be a great pair. Steelers have talent behind Bell to not worry about his departure)

ILB Ed Hartwell-resigns(Ravens, need to keep up the 3-4 D)

CB Chris McAllister-resigns(Ravens, Jamal wonít go on holdout and get new contract next year)

CB Fred Smoot-resigns(Redskins, they will throw money at him to stay)

CB Charles Woodson-signs with Detroit Lions(enough talent in this draft to replace a player that doesnít want to stay at CB, like Woodson Oakland. He goes back to where he was the only Defensive player EVER to win a Heisman)

CB Ken Lucas-signs with Dallas Cowboys(gives Newman a solid enough buddy to actually have a middle of the league passing Defense. Seahawks have the talent behind him to replace him and fine)

SS Donovin Darius-resigns(Jaguars)

San Francisco 49erís trade the 1st pick of the draft and a Conditional 2006 3rd Rounder(3,000 yards and 20 TDís) to the San Diego Chargers for the 14th pick of the draft(Giants), 2nd Rounder, and QB Drew Brees(giving a deal just enough for him to stay and get traded, but so they donít have more then 2 million in cap pen. From it)

Miami Dolphins trade the 2nd pick of the draft, they 4th Rounder, and a Conditional 2006 3rd Rounder(1,000 yards and 7 TDís) to the St. Louis Rams for the 16th pick, 2nd Rounder, 2006 1st Rounder, and RB Marshall Faulk.

Chicago Bears trade the 9th pick of the draft to the Detroit Lions for the 12th pick, 4th Rounder, and WR Reggie Swinton.

New York Jets trade the 26th pick of the draft to the San Diego Chargers for the 28th pick of the draft and a 4th Rounder.

Philadelphia Eagles trade the 31st pick of the draft to the Buffalo Bills for RB Travis Henry and a 5th Rounder.

New Orleans trade they 2nd Round pick to the Miami Dolphins for CB Patrick Surtain.

Dallas Cowboys trade they 2nd Round pick to the Oakland Raiders for WR Jerry Porter.

Carolina Panthers trade they 2nd Round pick to the San Francisco 49ers for they 3rd and 4th Round picks.

Green Bay Packers trade they 2nd Round pick to the Houston Texans for they 3rd and 4th Round picks.

New England Patriots trade they 2nd Round pick to the Minnesota Vikings for they 3rd and 4th Round picks.

Oakland Raiders trade they 4th Rounder to the Seattle Seahawks for QB Matt Hasselback.
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1st Round # Team Player Height, Weight, 40 yard time College

1.San Diego Chargers-WR Mike Williams, 6-4 Ĺ 228 lbs. 4.56They trade up and take of the QB problem, and still have 2 1st Rounders. Williams will finally give the Chargers a great WR they have been lacking for many years.

2.St. Louis Rams-CB Antrel Rolle, 6-1 202 lbs. 4.45-Miami(Fla.) HurricanesThey finally can settle the Defensive problem. They may seem to trade a lot, but they still have 2 3rd Rounders to get a OT and DE, maybe a FS instead of DE if James Butler is left. Rolle and Abraham will send the Rams back to the Super Bowl, sometime.

3.Cleveland Browns-OT DíBrickashaw Ferguson, 6-5 295 lbs. 4.8-Virginia Cavilers
No, havnít jumped on DíBrickashaw as the best OT in this draft. I do have him most Athletic over Barron now and thatís why he is here instead of my new #1, Jammal Brown. Browns need a OT here and a athletic one will help.

4.Arizona Cardinals-QB Matt Leinart, 6-5 220 lbs. 4.7-USC TrojansThey need a new QB for a new coach. They should of gotten Roethilsberger last year but they got Fitzergerld so now they get someone to throw it Fitz and Boldin. Leinart will be great for Denny Green and the Cardinals will be in the Playoffs, for once.

5.Tennessee Titans-WR Braylon Edwards, 6-3 208 lbs. 4.45-Michigan WolverinesVolek, Brown, Calico, Edwards, and Troupe. What a amazing Offense that will be in the near future. Edwards will balance out the height of Calico with his great speed and athleticism. Donít forgot about Benny Troupe either everyone, a very good TE that will be great.

6.Washington Redskins-DE Mathias Kiwanuka, 6-7 261 lbs. 4.6-Boston College EaglesThey offense has done bad, but with Ramsey next year, it shouldnít be 31st in passing and at least top 15. Kiwi is an amazing athlete. He will be feared by McNabb, Eli, and Henson in that NFC East.

7.Oakland Raiders-RB Cedric Benson, 6-0 215 lbs. 4.5-Texas LonghornsRaiders have had a RB problem since the end of the Marcus Allen days and Garrison Hearst shined for a year as well. Benson will be a great fix for the Raiders offense especially after Gallery and Grove in the draft last year, and Ron Stone in FA.

8.Tampa Bay Buccaneers-RB Carnell Williams, 5-11 204 lbs. 4.5-Auburn TigersThe next Warrick Dunn from the looks of if. With his elusiveness, athletic ability, and vision like that of rookie RB Julius Jones, he has it all to be the next RB since Dunn in Tampa. The Buc fans will praise him for years to come.

9.Detroit Lions-FS Thomas Davis, 6-1 230 lbs. 4.55-Georgia BulldogsHe lives up to the name of his college. Could be the best blitzing safety since Brian Dawkins and Roy Williams. He needs to develop his speed a bit but his size and strength are of no match in this draft and most others.

10.New Orleans Saints-OLB Derrick Johnson, 6-4 230 lbs. 4.5-Texas LonghornsBoulware, Watson, and Johnson, what sick LB core. This will settle a huge problem in New Orleans and with a defense finally, they actually have Super Bowl hopes.

11.Houston Texans-DE Marcus Spears, 6-4 297 lbs. 4.8-LSU TigersWith Thomas Davis gone, they grab the most ready 3-4 DE in the draft, Marcus Spears. He will be flat out amazing in this 3-4 D and the rush D will finally step up around Spears.

12.Chicago Bears-WR Mark Clayton, 5-11 187 lbs. 4.47-Oklahoma SoonersA excellent punt returner and WR. This is by far the Bears biggest need and without the firepower to move up like the Chargers, they will settle for Clayton.

13.Dallas Cowboys-DT Rodrique Wright, 6-5 315 lbs. 5.0-Texas LonghornsAfter getting a ILB, CB, and WR, they just need some D-Line. Wright will replace Glover when he leaves and his right from Texas also J

14.San Francisco 49erís-OT Jammal Brown, 6-6 313 lbs. 4.9-Oklahoma SoonersAfter getting a franchise QB, they will get someone to block for him. Brown will be a great pick-up for the 49erís.

15.Kansas City Chiefs-CB Marlin Jackson, 6-1 196 lbs. 4.4-Michigan WolverinesThey finally start getting a defense with a CB in Jackson and OLB in Simmons. This team with a defense actually has Super Bowl hopes.

16.Miami Dolphins-QB Aaron Rodgers, 6-3 220 lbs. 4.7-California Golden BearsThey get a QB after Feely turns out to be a huge bust. After grabbing 2 2nd Rounders they can grab a QB here with no problem.

17.Carolina Panthers-OG Elton Brown, 6-6 338 lbs. 5.05-Virginia CavilersJordan Gross needs some help on the O-Line. Itís the whole reason why Davis, Foster, and Smith are hurt. Brown will be the next Larry Allen and will be a amazing franchise OG.

18.Cincinnati Bengals-OLB Ahmad Brooks, 6-4 249 lbs. 4.62-Virginia CavilersThey get a replacement for Simmons after getting a DT in FA. Brooks and Simon will come in and light it up in Cincinnati. Brooks is a amazing athlete and him and Johnson will compete for the best LB for the next 10 years.

19.Seattle Seahawks-ILB Barrett Ruud, 6-2 240 lbs. 4.9-Nebraska CornhuskersWith the 2 best QBís gone they get now the 2nd best need, ILB. Ruud will do a great job as a Seahawk.

20.Minnesota Vikings-CB Corey Webster, 6-0 201 lbs. 4.5-LSU TigersWith drafting a D-Lineman the last years in a row in the 1st round and the best OG gone, they grab a CB. Webster will come in and become a immediate #2 CB behind Winfield. Winfield and Webster will be better then the old combination of Winfield and Clements and that was a great combo.

21.Dallas Cowboys(from Buffalo)-DE Esramus James, 6-4 263 lbs. 4.75-Wisconsin BadgersAfter Wiley not performing to what he was expected to do, they will get a replacement. James is a sack master and him and Ellis will average a combined 20 sacks most likely a year. That would be pretty nice having 20 sacks just from your DEís.

22.Jacksonville Jaguars-DE David Pollack, 6-3 261 lbs. 4.7-Georgia BulldogsA DE after signing Rucker Believe it. If the 3 best CBís in the draft are gone and having the worse DEís in the league and at least in the middle of the pack in Pass D, they get 2 people to rush the passer. Pollack and Rucker will be a great combo for years to come. 20 sacks a year also J

23.Denver Broncos-DT/DE Shaun Cody, 6-4 295 lbs. 4.75-USC TrojansThis is by far Denverís biggest need. With a D-Line averaging 7.6 years pro, this D-Line is old. Hayward the only really star that is young at 4 years pro but him and Cody could be a great combo for years to come.

24.Green Bay Packers-CB Adam Jones, 5-11 185 lbs. 4.4-West Virginia MountaineersA amazing Special Teams player and CB. With the 4 best DEís gone, they grab a buddy for Carroll in the future. Jones and Carroll will be a great combo like Webster and Winfield.

25.Baltimore Ravens-WR Chris Henry, 6-5 195 lbs. 4.5-West Virginia MoutaineersAfter getting a teacher in Bruce for Henry, this will become a great offense with 2 WRís, a great RB in Jamal, and amazing TE in Heap. Boller is really lighting it up now and will be the future of this team.

26.San Diego Chargers-OT Alex Barron, 6-6 308 lbs. 5.1-Florida State SeminolesKnowing that the Falcons would pick him up if he was still left, they move up with the Jets and grab him. Barron and Williams will make this offense flat out amazing and never forgot LT. Rivers, LT, Williams, Gates, and then a actually O-line now, just wow.

27.Atlanta Falcons-CB Jimmy Williams, 6-3 213 lbs. 4.45-Virginia Tech HokiesA flat out amazing beast. He is huge, especially for a CB and is a amazing shut down CB with good speed to boot. This will reunite Hall and Williams, then they will trade up in Round 4 and complete the Hokies secondry with CB Eric Green.

28.New York Jets-CB Justin Miller, 5-11 200 lbs. 4.4-Clemson TigersThe Jets biggest problem right now is CB. Miller is a CB with great speed and is a great special teams player as well. Miller will greatly help the Jets for many years to come.

29.Indianapolis Colts-DT Antajj Hawthorne, 6-3 305 lbs. 4.9-Wisconsin BadgersAfter making some money by getting rid of Pollard and Tripplett and not resigning Stokley and Saturday, they open up money to sign draft picks and replace injuried players during the season. Hawthorne will greatly help this D, which has been lacking a dominate DT for many years.

30.New England Patriots-OLB Kevin Burnett, 6-3 235 lbs. 4.55-Tennessee VolunteersNew England is falling apart on D. CBís getting injured all the time and LB core is just old. Burnett is the best LB left but, that doesnít mean he is bad. Burnett is a amazing athlete and could be great in the NFL.

31.Buffalo Bills-OG David Baas, 6-5 323 lbs. 5.1-Michigan WolverinesBuffalo takes care of a RB problem and just hope McGheeís knee doesnít get blown out again. They are able to move up and grab the 2nd best OG in the draft in Baas and he has great pro potential.

32.Pittsburgh Steelers-TE Heath Miller, 6-5 255 lbs. 4.65-Virginia CavilersThey get a amazing passing target for Big Ben in the near future. Miller is just an amazing athlete. Can catch and break tackles amazingly and can block when needing. He doesnít deserver to be anywhere outside of the top 20 like Ahmad Brooks out of the top 15, Rodgers out of the top 10 and Derrick Johnson out of the top 5 but, hey, it happens and teams get amazing deal out of it.
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2nd Round

33.San Francisco 49erís-DT Orien Harris, 6-4 300 lbs. 4.8-Miami(Fla.) HurricanesAfter getting a QB in Drew Brees and someone to block for him in Jammal Brown, they start working the Defense and most important, the D-Line. Just like in Dallas, they grab a very good DT now instead of wait and be a tutor under the current player which is in San Fran, Bryant Young. Harris will do a amazing job under Young and will turn out to be a great player in San Fran.

34.Philadelphia Eagles-ILB Channing Crowder, 6-3 245 lbs. 4.6-Florida GatorsCrowder has had knee problems which makes it the only reason why drops to the #2 ILB. But Philly needs help there badly and Crowder should do well in Philly under the blitz mastermind, Joe Johnson.

35.Cleveland Browns-SS Donte Nicholson, 6-2 216 lbs. 4.48-Oklahoma SoonersAfter grabbing DíBrickashaw in Round 1 and Hoven in FA, a future SS is the next need. Someone for when Griffth leaves like Nicholson will be a great pick here in the 2nd Round.

36.Arizona Cardinals-RB Ronnie Brown, 6-1 224 lbs. 4.45-Auburn TigersďHow does he fall to usĒ the coach sitting in Arizona Cardinals War Room will say. Denny Green will probly sh;t himself when he grabs Leinart and Brown. Ronnie Brown is a amazing RB and great reciver out of the backfield. Will replace Emmit after next year and will learn under one of the greatest, if not the greatest, of all-time.

37.Tennessee Titans-OT Marcus McNeill, 6-9 340 lbs. 5.05-Auburn TigersThis guy is huge, and aint that slow for being so big. After getting a WR to go with Calico in Edwards, they get some blocking for Volek to throw it to them. McNeill will do a amazing job in Tennessee.

38.Green Bay Packers(from Saints;Redskins)-DE Dan Cody, 6-5 270 lbs. 4.75-Oklahoma SoonersCan play OLB if needed too, but they pass on him in the 1st round and still get him in the 2nd. Jones and Cody will greatly improve this defense to go on with the great offense. Cody is a good DE with good pro potential. Wonít be wonít the other 4 will be but will always be right behind.

39.Oakland Raiders-WR Troy Williamson, 6-2 200lbs. 4.4-South Carolina GamethingysIíve been one of the major watchers of this guy and he finally declares and will be great for the Raiders. They will be happy they pass on Mark Clayton for Benson and getting Williamson in the 2nd Round.

40.Tampa Bay Buccaneers-OT Andrew Whitworth, 6-7 325 lbs. 4.95-LSU TigersAfter getting a future RB, they get someone to block for him. Whitworth is a great talent and is very strong but, not to athletic. They can work on that though and they will need to with a RB that is going to like off-tackle plays and pitches with speed and elusiveness.

41.Chicago Bears-OLB Daryl Blackstock, 6-4 240 lbs. 4.7-Virginia CavilersHas been shadowed a bit by Ahmad Brooks and Heath Miller, but still a great talent. The Bears have always loved a strong Defense and after getting they WR, some help for Urlacher should be the next need. Blackstock is a amazing pass rusher and you will see him and Urlacher coming at the QB a lot together.

42.Miami Dolphins-OT Jon Scott, 6-7 305 lbs. 4.95-Texas LonghornsAfter getting a QB, they need someone to block for him. They will get a RB with they next pick coming up and hope DeAngelo is still left. Scott though is a athletic but does need to build a bit more strength.

43.Houston Texans-FS Brodney Pool, 6-3 208 lbs. 4.5-Oklahoma SoonersPlays a lil more like CB with his speed and athleticism but hits a lil better. Isnít a Roy Williams or even Nicholson when it comes to hitting been good enough to be a solid safety in the NFL. Getting a good run stopping DE and pass rusher in Spears and then get a good Safety in Pool to come immediately and play, well.

44.Detroit Lions-DT Travis Johnson, 6-5 290 lbs. 4.7-Florida State Seminoles After getting Woodson and Thomas Davis, they secondry is set for a long time. Not believe Everett or Alex Smith(TE) are good enough to be taking here, they get a back-up a partner for Rogers for yearís to come. Johnson is very athletic and has had injury problems, but will be great in Detroit with a strong supporting cast.

45.Oakland Raiders-CB Carlos Rogers, 6-1 194 lbs. 4.45-Auburn TigersIs fast and has good size and is very athletic. Is a good shut down CB but isnít that great of a tackler and needs to get into the Raider weight room immediately. He will be a great replacement for Woodson and the Raiders D shouldnít drop to much if at all.

46.New York Giants-OG Marcus Johnson, 6-6 320 lbs. 4.9-Ole Mississippi RebelsHas good size and speed but does need to get a lil stronger and athletic. Giants biggest need is protection for Eli. Next year though donít be surprised to see them trade up if they aint in the top 5 for the best WR in the draft to replace Toomer and Hillard. And remember, has already blocked for Eli before.

47.Kansas City Chiefs-ILB Abdul Hodge, 6-2 232 lbs. 4.6-Iowa HawkeyesVery fast, athletic, and when he hits you, feels like a car. Really needs to get stronger though relying on his speed to make the big hits. After getting Simmons and Jackson, this defense will finally be good if not great.

48.Miami Dolphins-RB DeAngelo Williams, 5-10 217 lbs. 4.5-Memphis TigersHas amazing vision like Cadillac and rookie RB Julius Jones. If he gains 3 lbs. to 220 and getís stronger, could be the next LT with his size in other words great vision, great speed, elusive, can catch out of the backfield, can take hit, and can give a stiff arm when needed. Miami gets they offense back together with this draft.

49.San Francisco 49erís-DE/OLB Justin Tuck, 6-5 261 lbs. 4.56-Notre Dame Fighting IrishThey trade up a bit and grab a guy to help out 2 postions that need help in San Fran. Tuck is a amazing pass rusher with amazing speed. Needs to get stronger though if he wants to not get shoved around on the run. Could suit as a better LB with his speed and not much strength.

50.Cincinnati Bengals-CB Bryant McFadden, 6-0 186 lbs. 4.5-Florida State SeminolesBeing a great tackler and very athletic, his only problem is speed. Bengals though after Simon and Brooks, they only need a CB to complete the improvement of this D. Bengals will finally be back to the playoffs and never know, maybe even Super Bowl.

51.Seattle Seahawks-QB Andrew Walter, 6-5 235 lbs. 4.85-Arizona State Sun DevilsIs very smart, great strength, and has great size and can scramble when needed. He did play in a pass happy offense and now is getting shoulder surgery. After trading Hasselback and getting Ruud this is they biggest need.

52.Minnesota Vikings-OLB Michael Boley, 6-3 218 lbs. 4.58-Southern Mississippi Golden EaglesA great coverage LB, pass rusher, and has great speed. He defiantly needs to bulk up though and add at least 30 more lbs. Will be solid in the NFL, maybe even a possible switch safety.

53.Buffalo Bills-TE Kevin Everett, 6-6 251 lbs. 4.77-Miami(Fla.) HurricanesAfter moving up to get Baas, they now can grab a TE. Has good size, great hands, and is very athletic. Needs to become a better blocker though and currently is only a passing TE and should defiantly have 2 TEís to back him up to block on run plays.

54.Jacksonville Jaguars-CB Will Blackmon, 6-0 202 lbs. 4.45-Boston College EaglesIs a great return man and has good size, speed and athleticism. He also did very good against Fitz in í03. He does need to gain about 10 lbs. though but if he can get those 10 should be a great CB years to come.

55.Denver Broncos-QB Alex Smith, 6-4 212 lbs. 4.75-Utah UtesAfter getting Cody, biggest need is a QB for the future. Smith has it all I believe. Speed, a field general, smart player(knows when and where to throw it), amazing accuracy, and can move when needed include breaking even huge runs. He does need more arm power though and could use another 10 lbs. but who can argue with 28 passing TDís, 10 Rushing TDís and only 4 INTís.

56.Houston Texans-DT Gabe Watson, 6-4 333 lbs. 5.0-Michigan WolverinesNot needing much else after FS and DE, they trade up to get a good 3-4 DT in Watson. He is still learning but has good size, strength, and very athletic for his size. Will be a soild 3-4 DT in Houston with Marcus Spears next to him.

57.Baltimore Ravens-DT Haloti Ngata, 6-5 345 lbs. 4.87-Oregon DucksAfter grabbing a WR and keeping McAllister, they need a better DT. Ngata is big but falls this fall due to his knee injury, which he hasnít had much playing time from. Should be good though in a 3-4 D with his size.

58.San Francisco 49erís-ILB Lance Mitchell, 6-3 244 lbs. 4.8-Oklahoma SoonersHas had knee problems but after getting a QB(Brees), OT, DT and a DE/OLB this is their only need left. Is athletic with good size and strength but slow because of the knee injury. Needs to strength his knee up in San Fran.

59.Atlanta Falcons-ILB Odell thereman, 6-1 235 lbs. 4.7-Georgia BulldogsAfter getting Saturday in FA and Jimmy Williams in the 1st Round, with no great OTís left, they need a ILB. thereman is athletic, tough, and a good tackler but has only average size and speed. Maybe bulk up 10 lbs. to make up for the height and that could make him a lot better.

60.New York Jets-SS Ernest Shazor, 6-4 226 lbs. 4.45-Michigan WolverinesGreat tackler with great speed, size, and very athletic. He is still young though but the Jets would be getting a great player here, espically so late in the 2nd Round.

61.Indianapolis Colts-CB Antonio Perkins, 6-0 190 lbs. 4.35-Oklahoma SoonersAmazing returner, great speed, and very athletic. Has good size but still needs to get stronger to like 205 lbs. and learn how to tackle better. If he could tackle better, he would be a 1st Rounder. After grabbing Hawthorne, Perkins is a only need in Indy.

62.Minnesota Vikings-K Mike Nugent, 5-10 180 lbs. 4.7-Ohio State BuckeyesVikings not needing anything after a OLB and CB, trade up for the best kicker in the draft. Pats trade out needing just depth and all the top CBís gone. Has amazing power and deals with clutch situations amazingly. He is also great on kick-offs but could be a lil better with his mechanics.

63.Philadelphia Eagles-QB Charlie Frye, 6-4 228 lbs. 4.6-Arkon ZipsIs very accurate, good size, great speed, good field general, and durable. Lacks a arm though and needs to get stronger. Hasnít played many good teams but without any other needs and old back-ups behind McNabb, they grab a guy who can back McNabb up and maybe even someday start.64.Pittsburgh Steelers-OT Mike Munoz, 6-6 315 lbs. 5.2-Tennessee VolunteersAfter getting Heath, they only need a OT for the future and without much left in the draft, this is a obvious pick. Munoz is not the strongest or most athletic guy but is a good leader, never gives up, and has good size.

64.Pittsburgh Steelers-OT Mike Munoz, 6-6 315 lbs. 5.2-Tennessee VolunteersAfter getting Heath, they only need a OT for the future and without much left in the draft, this is a obvious pick. Munoz is not the strongest or most athletic guy but is a good leader, never gives up, and has good size.
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We are going to pick around 18th in this draft and I doubt we sign Pace considering his work ethics and the money that he is trying to get...

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That guy is a joke, believe me I know him. Blitz has really gone downhill. If you want credible stuff, go to nfldraftcountdown.com run by scott wright

He had the most accuarate mock draft last year and year in year out provides a ton of insight
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this not an article, but a post from a message board. Honestly, we don't know the credibilty of the poster at all. From the standpoint of generating conversasion I will leave it for now.
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Orlando Pace ,,,,,, Pfffft . The Texans do wont blow the kinda money he's gonna want not to mention he isnt known to be a hard worker .... Very Good LT but not a Dom Capers type of player.
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