NFL Draft: Travis Kelce's Stock Rising. Ryan Nassib & E.J. Manuel Viewed as First-Rounders

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ESPN’ NFL Analyst Matt Williamson believes there is no way that Florida defensive tackle Sharrif Floyd makes it out of the top three picks. The Oakland Raiders seem to be locked-in on Floyd if he;s still on the board at #3, but you can’t rule out the Jacksonville Jaguars at #2, or even the Kansas City Chiefs taking him #1 overall.

August 25, 2012; Oakland, CA, USA; Oakland Raiders owner Mark Davis (left) and general manager Reggie McKenzie (right) watch before the game against the Detroit Lions at O.co Coliseum. Mandatory Credit: Kyle Terada-USA TODAY Sports

 

Speaking of the Raiders,  General Manager Reggie McKenzie confirms the team hasn’t ruled out taking a quarterback at #3 despite the acquisition of Matt Flynn. Geno Smith will likely be on the board, and even though #3 is very high for a QB who many don’t even believe is worthy of the first-round, if there’s one thing we’ve learned about the recent history of the NFL Draft, it’s that the Raiders are guaranteed to make a huge reach for at least one player, and with no second-round pick, they have to take a QB at #3, or try desperately to move back later into the first-round.

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