The 2014 NFL Draft is just two weeks away and teams are making their final preparations for the big day. Free agency is largely behind us and squads are basically set heading into the draft.
With that in mind, I’ve compiled the needs of each of the NFL’s 32 teams as we approach the draft.
As we approach Thursday night’s NFL Draft, rumors will start to fly around like crazy about teams trading up, trading down and swapping picks. On Tuesday we got our first real concrete rumors that something was up. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are reportedly looking to move up towards the top of the draft.
It’s easy to look at a draft immediately after it ends and declare a “winner” and “loser” because none of those draft picks have ever played a game. Now that those players have a full season under their belts (and with the 2014 draft right around the corner), it is a much better time to look at the outgoing rookie class and try to figure out which were the best picks.
Some teams have fared better than others over the first week of the free agency period, so here’s a look at the winners and losers from the past week.
According to multiple reports, center Evan Dietrich-Smith has signed a four-year deal worth $14.5 million dollars to play for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.