2015 NFL Mock Draft: NFL Free Agency Impact 2.0

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Jan 1, 2015; Tampa, FL, USA; Wisconsin Badgers running back Melvin Gordon (25) stiff arms Auburn Tigers defensive back Johnathan Ford (23) during the first half in the 2015 Outback Bowl at Raymond James Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports

Pittsburgh. T.J. Clemmings. 29. player. 46. The Colts need to add more talent at inside linebacker but they also need to add more talent on the offensive line.  This is to protect quarterback Andrew Luck and to also help open up the running game for the newly signed Frank Gore. <b>LW: </b>. Offensive Tackle

Eric Kendricks. 30. player. 49. The Packers need to add a starter at inside linebacker.  Their lack of depth caused them move OLB Clay Matthews there last season.  UCLA’s Eric Kendricks can step in and help the Packers right away. <b>LW:</b>. Inside Linebacker. UCLA

15. <em>Pick from the Seahawks.  </em>The Saints traded away their star tight end Jimmy Graham for this pick, so if Maxx Williams is on the board they take the top tight end in the draft here.  Williams is not Jimmy Graham but he’ll help the Saints make up for the loss a little. <b>LW: –</b>. Tight End. Minnesota. Maxx Williams. 31. player

Melvin Gordon. 32. player. 47. The Patriots lost running back Shane Vereen in free agency and it appears that they won’t re-sign Stevan Ridley so they need to add a running back.  Melvin Gordon is one of the top running backs in the draft. <b>LW: </b>. Running back. Wisconsin

Also, check out the Walterfootball.com 2015 mock draft as well.

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