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Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

One of the Jets' Day 3 draft picks will be announced from FDNY EMS Station 26 in the Bronx, where the late Yadira Arroyo worked until last month. She was killed on the job when she was run over by a man who stole her ambulance. Her five sons, ranging in ages from 8 to 23, will participate in announcing the pick. MTA police officer Daniel McDade, who stopped the alleged killer, also will be on hand. A nice gesture by the Jets and the NFL.

Katie Richcreek ESPN 

Top quarterback prospect Mitchell Trubisky on why NFL teams should draft him, his first memory of watching the draft and what he'd be doing this weekend if he weren't in Philadelphia

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After having one of the worst receiving corps last season, the Titans could upgrade during the NFL draft and pick Mike Williams, Corey Davis or John Ross.

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With Blake Bortles under center, the Jaguars have suffered through some of the worst QB play in the NFL. Could that be reason enough to take a quarterback with the No. 4 pick in the draft?

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Opposing running back gashed the Chiefs up the middle last season. Kansas City could target a run-stuffing D-lineman early in the draft to disrupt the interior of opponents' O-lines.

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With a desperate need to upgrade their running attack, the Colts could address those issues in the NFL draft by taking a top prospect like Dalvin Cook or Christian McCaffrey.

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The Texans will roll out a different Week 1 starting QB for the fifth consecutive season in September. The question is, will it be Tom Savage, or a rookie like Deshaun Watson or Patrick Mahomes?

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The Broncos had their worst rushing season in two decades in 2016. Look for Denver to target the offensive line in the draft to give C.J. Anderson more room to run.

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The Jets' pass defense struggled mightily last season, even with Darrelle Revis occupying one of the corner spots. The Jets could target a safety such as Jamal Adams or Malik Hooker in the first round of the draft to help boost the secondary.

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Jabaal Sheard, Chris Long and their combined nine sacks from a year ago are no longer in Foxboro. Look for the Patriots to seek out a pass-rusher in this week's draft.

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Wide receivers had all kinds of freedom to run with the ball against Miami last season. Look for the Dolphins to pick up sure tacklers in the second and third levels of their defense in this weekend's draft.

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Look for the Bills to try to make Tyrod Taylor's life easier as the NFL draft kicks off on Thursday. Another passing-game weapon would help Taylor get the ball out faster and keep Buffalo's offense moving.

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With one of the NFL's worst pass defenses in the middle of the field last season, the Steelers could benefit from the addition of a safety like Jabrill Peppers or Budda Baker in the draft.

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Consistent quarterback play has been a lingering problem in Cleveland for many years. With two first-round picks, the Browns could address those issues by picking Deshaun Watson or Mitchell Trubisky in the draft.

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With veterans Kevin Zeitler and Andrew Whitworth gone via free agency, the Bengals have significant holes to fill on the offensive line in the draft. Scouts Inc. only has two offensive linemen ranked in the top 20, and none higher than 15th.

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After losing Ricky Wagner to the Lions during the offseason, the Ravens have a significant hole to fill at right tackle. Scouts Inc. has two tackles (Utah's Garett Bolles and Alabama's Cam Robinson) with first-round grades in the draft.

Britt McHenry ESPN 

?Coming up around 3:20 EST on NFL Live with a Cardinals report. More on team thoughts on Deshaun Watson & other QB prospects. @MoynihanCharles producing.

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Former Jets Joe Klecko and Brandon Moore will announce the team's second- and third-round picks, respectively, from the NFL draft in Philadelphia. It's a homecoming for Klecko, who was born in Chester, Pa., and attended Temple. This is the 40th anniversary of the 1977 draft, which produced Ring-of-Honor members Klecko and Wesley Walker.

Jeremy Fowler ESPN Staff Writer 

Here's how Martavis Bryant's return could play out, assuming he stays clean: Enters camp as a backup, Steelers force him to earn back trust, splits snaps with Justin Hunter and Sammie Coates on the outside, gets job back by Week 1.

Josh Weinfuss ESPN Staff Writer 

Former long-time St. Louis Cardinals quarterback Jim Hart will announce Arizona's second-round pick and former long snapper Mike Leach will announce the Cardinals' third-round pick.

Josh Weinfuss ESPN Staff Writer 

The Cardinals will their four Day 3 picks from the Grand Canyon, the team announced Tuesday. Running back David Johnson, and the wife and son of fallen Phoenix police officer David Glasser will announced Arizona's fourth-round pick. Representatives from the Arizona National Guard and National Park Service, as well as kids and coaches from the NFL Flag Football organization in Flagstaff will help announce the Cardinals' fifth and sixth round. Cardinals season-ticket holder Chrisie Elser will announce Arizona's seventh-round pick from the NFL Draft in Philadelphia.

Mike Reiss ESPN Staff Writer 

Two of the Patriots' all-time best players on and off the field -- Andre Tippett and Matthew Slater -- are scheduled to announce the team's third-round picks at the NFL Draft. Tippett was chosen as part of the NFL Legends Community, while Slater gets the nod as a past team winner of the Walter Payton Man of the Year Award.

Jeff Dickerson ESPN Staff Writer 

Why did I take Jamal Adams in ESPN's NFL Nation Mock Draft? Again, I believe the Bears want to trade down -- if possible. In the event that doesn't happen, Stanford DE Solomon Thomas is a player they like, but he went second to SF in our mock. After that, there are a bunch of defensive players worth considering -- Adams, Marshon Lattimore and Malik Hooker. I simply viewed Adams as the safest pick, and safety is a position of need, despite signing Quintin Demps in free agency. Adams is a great tackler, productive in college, and a leader. Everyone I've spoken to about Adams raves about his personality and enthusiasm. The Bears need a field general in their secondary, and I believe Adams checks all the boxes. And the 4.33 40-yard dash he ran at LSU's Pro Day doesn't hurt either.

Paul Gutierrez ESPN Staff Writer 

Khalil Mack spoke on the possibility of Marshawn Lynch joining the Raiders last week.

Paul Gutierrez ESPN Staff Writer 

Marshawn Lynch coming home to Oakland to play for the Raiders does more than address a need at running back; it also serves as an olive branch, of sorts, for Oakland fans who feel burned by the team's pending relocation to Las Vegas. Hard to imagine Lynch, who just turned 31, playing for the Las Vegas Raiders, though, as it's a reported two-year deal and Raiders owner Mark Davis does not plan on going to Southern Nevada until 2020.