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Oct 11, 2014; New Orleans, LA, USA; Connecticut Huskies cornerback Byron Jones (16) looks for a signal against the Tulane Green Wave in the third quarter at Yulman Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Glenn Andrews-USA TODAY Sports

Offensive Tackle. 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>

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. Eric Kendricks

Cornerback. Washington. Marcus Peters. 31. player. 15. <em>Pick from the Seahawks.  </em>The Saints have two picks in the first round.  The first pick brought them a pass rusher in Shane Ray.  The second brings them a cornerback in Washington’s Marcus Peters.  Peters has the size and talent to help the Saints secondary immediately. <b>LW: –</b>

47. The Patriots lost both of their top two cornerbacks in free agency in Darrelle Revis and Brandon Browner.  So they need to add some talent and depth at the position.  Byron Jones has been a work out warrior at the NFL Combine and in his pro day but he’s a good prospect as well. <b>LW: </b>. Cornerback. Connecticutt. Byron Jones. 32. player

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