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Jalen Reeves-Maybin is an instinctive and rangy run defender with above-average cover skills, but didn't test as well as expected in agility drills at his pro day. He's also undersized, and he missed most of the 2016 season with a shoulder injury.
Joe Williams is an average-sized back who has below-average power and put the ball on the too much last season. On the flip side, Williams is an explosive runner who has good top end speed and vision with flashes as a receiver.
Adam Schefter shares why Denver was so eager to draft the injured tight end.
Josh Malone is a bigger receiver with exceptional speed to stretch the field vertically. Malone needs to improve as a route runner and to get stronger on contested throws, but there is a lot to like about his big-play potential and upside.
Arkansas star running back Rawleigh Williams III was removed from the field after an injury during the team's final spring practice.
The Lions select Toledo TE Michael Roberts with the 127th overall pick. Roberts has the tools to make an immediate impact in the red zone.