NFL's wild opening round could yield more surprises on Day 2
NFL's wild opening round could yield more surprises on Day 2
01 May, 2017, 14:11
The big surprise of the night came with the second pick of the first round when the Chicago Bears, who were due to have the third pick, traded with the San Francisco 49ers to leapfrog them and select quarterback Mitchell Trubisky from North Carolina.
Browns' 1st overall pick Myles Garrettsaid that Ben Roethlisberger is his 1st sack target. Desperate for a quarterback, the Houston Texans traded him the No. 25 pick in this year's draft and their 2018 first round pick, in order to move up to draftDeshaun Watson. The Browns then traded their No 12 pick to Houston and selected all-purpose defensive dynamo Jabrill Peppers of MI at No. 25, who fills hole at safety and on returns.
He was considered a fringe first-round prospect and Melifonwu should be selected early on Friday when the second round begins, while fellow Londoner Jermaine Eluemunor could also possibly be a day-two pick.
Their first-round strategy in 2017 will invite questions regarding even more quarterbacks, depending on how numerous quarterbacks on whom the Browns passed thrive in the coming season. The 49ers took DE Solomon Thomas from just down the road at Stanford.
Who said this quarterback class was terrible? "It matters what the pads say, what the grind says when we finally get to the season - how much work you want to put in, how hard you want to prepare", Garrett said.
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Last season, the Browns ranked near the bottom of the National Football League in several statistical categories, most notably points, yards and rushing yards allowed.
John Ross, the fastest man in NFL Combine history, went ninth overall to the Bengals and was one of three receivers to go in the top 10, which also saw two running backs selected as Leonard Fournette was taken by the Jaguars and the Panthers selected Christian McCaffrey. However, the Browns traded up into the fourth round to pick No. 126 with the Denver Broncos.
One controversial pick was Ohio State cornerback Gareon Conley, who was drafted by Oakland at No. 24. He was the best player, and the right pick. "But he's coming into a great room, he has an opportunity to learn from Alex (Smith), which will be a great for him".
"No, not at all", the No. 1 pick said. "We have to have some patience with him, but he has tremendous upside". Pace had been involved while working with the New Orleans personnel department when former basketball player Jimmy Graham was drafted, and Graham had been a basketball player.
Ross played down the possibility that the United States would consider leaving the organization but didn't rule it out. He said in his remarks: "In just 14 weeks, my administration has brought profound change to Washington ".
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There's no doubt the Bears need to hit in a big way with Trubisky, given the mixed results with Pace's first two first-rounders. He is the first quarterback drafted in the first round by Chicago since Rex Grossman was selected 22nd overall in in 2003.
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The auto is in reference to Trubisky's beat up vehicle that he had in college. "So, I've been around a lot of football". Despite the need for talent at many roster spots, the fact the Bears would draft a quarterback wasn't a complete shock.
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