Big names available in Round 2
Trades dominated Round 1, and the trickle-down effect of all that action will be felt early in the second round.
Three of the first 13 picks in Round 2 -- Baltimore at No. 35 overall, Denver at 36, St. Louis at 45 -- were acquired in trades Thursday, and the Rams also have the first (No. 33 overall) and seventh (39) picks in the second.
There are plenty of impact players remaining on the board, with a host of storylines to follow. We project many teams to get help along the line of scrimmage, a run on cornerbacks in the middle of the round and two more big-name quarterbacks to come off the board.
Here's how things could play out.
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