With free agency winding down, NFL teams are focusing on next week’s draft to restock their roster for 2018. Some teams, like the Cleveland Browns, should be able to address a host of issues with a boat load of picks. Others, like the New York Giants, need to decide how to best take advantage of rare position at the top of the draft order when quarterbacks figure to fly off the board early in Round 1.
Here’s a comprehensive look at the lingering holes on every NFL roster and what they’ve done, and could still do, to address them.
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Needs: WR, LB, offensive line, RB, CB
Analysis: The Super Bowl champs re-signed linebacker Nigel Bradham but lost tight end Trey Burton and running back LeGarrette Blount in free agency. The Eagles could use some additional help at linebacker and running back, and more probably needs to be done at wide receiver after Torrey Smith was traded but Mike Wallace was signed. It might be time to address the offensive line, with left tackle Jason Peters returning from an injury-shortened season. The Eagles have resisted any urge to trade
Article source: https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/sports/wp/2018/04/17/2018-nfl-draft-the-lingering-critical-needs-for-every-nfl-team/
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