The Denver Broncos were in a tough spot to start the 2022 NFL Draft.
The Jacksonville Jaguars began with 12 picks in the 2022 NFL Draft but would trade-up twice throughout.
The San Francisco 49ers had a draft that left the fan base scratching their heads.
After vastly improving their offensive line in free agency, the Cincinnati Bengals turned their attention to the draft.
It’s been a busy offseason for the Las Vegas Raiders, highlighted by a trade for star receiver Davante Adams.
Instead of making a first-round pick, the Arizona Cardinals traded the No. 23 pick to the Baltimore Ravens for Marquise Brown and the No. 100 pick.
Looking to add to one of the most complete rosters in the game, the franchise had multiple needs as they hope to push through in the ultra-competitive AFC.
Yet again, the Panthers ceased a dreadful 5-12 season, which endured the wrath of the NFC South.
Some say the perfect time to look at the upcoming NFL Draft is just days after the last one wrapped up. Psychotic, yes, necessary, probably not, but make no mistake, this 2023 Draft Class is expected to be loaded.
It was an interesting three days this past weekend for the New England Patriots and their fans.