- Randy Mueller
Well, the 2005 NFL draft is over and so is most of the intrigue and suspense that makes the draft such great theater. It was a very interesting draft, with the early selection of Matt Jones by the Jacksonville Jaguars and Maurice Clarett in the third round by the Denver Broncos that led to a lot of ink being spilled.
Now the fun part really begins as teams move from the draft to the first game. However, in between they have to fill holes that were either neglected in the draft or simply couldn't be filled. Here's a look at a few teams that still have work to do as well as a look at how some teams did in the draft.