Todd McShay breaks down the best and worst moves made by all 32 teams in the 2011 NFL draft.
The 2007 draft is over, but all 32 rosters remain a work in progress. Todd McShay looks at what each AFC team still must accomplish.
While the 40-yard dash has become the glamour event of the combine, its scouting value varies from one position to the next.
Todd McShay takes a look at the best and worst picks by AFC teams and what still must be addressed.
Scouts Inc.'s final mock draft goes from No. 1 all the way to No. 255.
The Jets want QB Matt Leinart, but don't expect them to trade up from No. 4, writes Todd McShay.
Scouts Inc.'s latest mock draft details the Texans' options, which include trading out of the No. 1 pick and bypassing Reggie Bush.
Scouts Inc.'s latest mock draft details all of the Saints' first-round options, which include taking Matt Leinart with the No. 2 pick.
Free-agent moves have significantly altered some teams' needs, as well as Scouts Inc.'s latest first-round draft projection.
Texas QB Vince Young eludes the grasp of the Jets in Scouts Inc.'s updated first-round projection.
Not surprisingly, Reggie Bush and Matt Leinart lead the way in Scouts Inc.'s initial first-round mock.
QB Brodie Croyle and WR Jason Avant are among several talented prospects who may slip to the second round.