This article is part of our NFL Draft series.This is the first mock I've posted this year, so it's bound to be a bit rough. I tried to go out on a few limbs and, since so many coaching and GM situations are in limbo, I largely make the picks based on my own player rankings rather than attempt to anticipate the personnel tendencies of the prospective shot-callers for the various teams in transition.
Comments and questions are appreciated!
(Asterisks indicate early entrants)
1. Kansas City Chiefs – Luke Joeckel*, OT, Texas A&M (6-6, 310)
Joeckel should head into April as the near consensus top tackle prospect in the draft. Kansas City has a big decision to make at that particular position, because the talented Branden Albert is a free agent, and he makes a risky high-dollar investment at left tackle coming off a season that was disrupted by back issues. Given that his 2012 season in Philadelphia was largely ruined by offensive line injuries, new coach Andy Reid might prefer t
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