Free-agent price tags pushed focus to draft — Colts GM

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A top first round talent drops and continues to fall.

The Jets make a big move now, moving up to where they want to be for the upcoming draft.

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The hot rumor is the Browns will trade the fourth pick to the Bills for picks 12 and 22 in the first round. Indianapolis still might be able to land the promising pass rusher at No. 6, especially if three or more quarterbacks are taken in the first five spots. There will be one there. Your options are wide open in the draft. It just might not be the guy they were eyeing before the Jets jumped them. This is no longer just a Giants draft now. At least not yet. Just because they added running back Jonathan Stewart and offensive lineman Nate Solder doesn't mean they won't consider choosing a player at one of those two positions.

"I'm excited about the direction we're headed in", Bridgewater told the Jets' website. Considering they just traded away Aqib Talib and his veteran contract, this could be the ideal spot to select Josh Jackson from Iowa. In return, Indianapolis got the sixth pick plus two 2018 second-rounders and a 2019 second-rounder. It feels as big as any move like this they've ever made.

Ballard was hesitant to move out of the top-10 knowing that this 2018 Draft doesn't have gobs of top-end talent. Darnold, Rosen, and Allen. So that leaves the Broncos, who were a gamble due to their signing of Case Keenum this offseason.

With the team now set at quarterback (what a weird sentence to type when referencing the Cleveland Browns), they can take a Best Player Available approach with the fourth overall selection.

What might it cost Beane and the Bills to move up to second from 12th? As you recall, the Bears grabbed Mitchell Trubisky previous year, even after signing Mike Glennon away from the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

For the Colts, they now have nine picks overall and appear to be in a rebuilding phase after going 4-12 and missing the playoffs for the third straight year. They traded up from #21 to #12, but they have the chance to trade up again if they do so. Some have noted that the team might decide to trade down even further, acquiring more selections in the process. The Cardinals are spending $20 million on Sam Bradford but they are not necessarily committed.

Indianapolis began free agency as a team that is riddled with holes that they need to address. They will search later in the draft.

The Cleveland Browns have positioned themselves perfectly to finally solve the ongoing quarterback issue that has plagued the franchise since 1993.

The Dolphins' AFC East rivals, in other words, want their quarterback of tomorrow right now. So now we get ready to enter the 2018 NFL Draft. The Dolphins have reported interest in Rosen as well. The positive take on this for the is it will push down players to them and they have lots of needs. Miami could have their choice between Tremain Edmunds and Roquan Smith. Whether it is a smart decision or not is a different story all together.