NFL Free Agency Forces Mock Draft Changes

March 8, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The dust has not even settled on the 2010 NFL Draft Scouting Combine and free agency is off and running. Some of the moves that have been made since early Friday morning are going to have an impact on how the teams draft in the first round of the 2010 NFL Draft. Although we are still sorting through some of the combine data, free agency is forcing some Mock Draft changes that can’t wait…
The first pick directly impacted by free agency in this mock draft update is the Jacksonville Jaguars at pick No. 10. Previously, we had the Jags going with Derrick Morgan, DE, Georgia Tech. With the signing of Aaron Kampman at defensive end the Jags can look elsewhere. They certainly could still take Morgan considering they can use another pass rusher and Kampman may not be 100 percent, but that would be admitting that the two picks used in 2008 were total busts. The Jags could make a move here for Dez Bryant, setting off a series of changes.
With Bryant gone, the Broncos look ...

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