Star middle linebacker Ryan Shazier suffered an unfortunate spinal injury last season and his return to football may never happen.
We saw what life was like without Shazier in the playoffs, and they desperately need to find a replacement. Like Payne, Rashaan Evans comes from the Alabama family of defensive game-wreckers. He is another plug and play linebacker and could step in and help fill the Steelers’ void at the position. (Stephen)
Gesicki is not the top tight end in this class. Jacksonville does not care about that because they are trying to build a team that is bigger and faster than their opponents.
Gesicki was clearly the most athletic tight end in the class and the Jaguars took notice. He will offer Blake Bortles a matchup nightmare in the middle to go along with their deep receiving core.
He will have to work on his run blocking to be a constant presence on the field. (Justin)
The Vikings have struggled along the line over the past several seasons. Last year, they were able to improve in areas, but the improvements need to continue.
Despite tearing his pec at the combine, Billy Price is one of the best center/guard talents in the draft. Minnesota could use upgrades at both positions, and Price will return in the next several months and could step in right away to help Kirk Cousins. (Stephen)