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    THE STAR’S PROJECTED DRAFT
    The New Orleans Saints want to trade out of the second pick, which could alter the April 29-30 NFL draft, but today, The Star’s NFL writer, Randy Covitz, takes a shot at projecting the first round. This is a rough draft. Next Saturday, we’ll take another stab at it.

    1 HOUSTON TEXANS

    RB Reggie Bush, Southern California

    Negotiations under way with Heisman Trophy winner.

    2 NEW ORLEANS SAINTS

    DE Mario Williams, North Carolina State

    Saints ranked 31st in sacks, must replace Darren Howard.

    3 TENNESSEE TITANS

    QB Matt Leinart, Southern California

    Reunited with offensive coordinator Norm Chow.

    4 NEW YORK JETS

    OT D’Brickashaw Ferguson, Virginia

    He’ll protect Chad Pennington and Patrick Ramsey.

    5 GREEN BAY PACKERS

    OLB A.J. Hawk, Ohio State

    It’s hard to pass on Vince Young, but defense is a must.

    6 SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS

    TE Vernon Davis, Maryland

    Davis gives QB Alex Smith a much-needed weapon.

    7 OAKLAND RAIDERS

    QB Vince Young, Texas

    Al Davis and Art Shell can’t believe their good fortune.


    8 BUFFALO BILLS

    DT Brodrick Bunkley, Florida State

    Bills need an OT, but Bunkley is too good to pass on.

    9 DETROIT LIONS

    S-CB Michael Huff, Texas

    New Lions coach Rod Marinelli goes for a playmaker.

    10  ARIZONA CARDINALS

    OLB Ernie Sims, Florida State

    Cardinals need someone who can contribute right away.

    11 ST. LOUIS RAMS

    DT Haloti Ngata, Oregon

    Rams mull QB Jay Cutler but need impact defender.

    12 CLEVELAND BROWNS

    DE Kamerion Wimbley, Florida State

    Pass rusher fits coach Romeo Crennel’s 3-4 scheme.

    13 BALTIMORE RAVENS

    QB Jay Cutler, Vanderbilt

    Ravens not ready to give up on Kyle Boller but need backup.

    14 PHILADELPHIA EAGLES

    WR Chad Jackson, Florida

    Eagles find replacement for Owens with speedy Jackson.

    15 DENVER BRONCOS

    WR Santonio Holmes, Ohio State

    Rod Smith turns 36, and Ashley Lelie has worn out welcome.


    16 MIAMI DOLPHINS

    CB Jimmy Williams, Virginia Tech

    Williams, the best corner on the board, fills need.

    17 MINNESOTA VIKINGS

    OLB Manny Lawson, North Carolina State

    Athletic pass rusher gets nod over Iowa’s Chad Greenway.

    18 DALLAS COWBOYS

    OT Winston Justice, Southern California

    He could play either side; Cowboys need help at both.

    19 SAN DIEGO CHARGERS

    CB Antonio Cromartie, Florida State

    Chargers’ three primary CBs had only three INTs.


    20 KANSAS CITY CHIEFS

    CB Johnathan Joseph, South Carolina

    Joseph’s size gives him edge over Tye Hill’s speed
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    21 NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS

    OLB Chad Greenway, Iowa

    He’s perfect fit in tradition of McGinest, Bruschi, Vrabel.

    22 SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS

    OLB Bobby Carpenter, Ohio State

    SF lost two starting LBs, Andre Carter and Julian Peterson.

    23 TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS

    OT Marcus McNeill, Auburn

    Right tackle can protect lefty QB Chris Simms’ blind side.

    24 CINCINNATI BENGALS

    DT John McCargo, North Carolina State

    How did the Wolfpack lose any games last season?

    25 NEW YORK GIANTS

    OLB DeMeco Ryans, Alabama

    Ryans will team with free-agent pickup LaVar Arrington.

    26 CHICAGO BEARS

    CB Tye Hill, Clemson

    He could step in and play the nickel spot right away.

    27 CAROLINA PANTHERS

    RB LenDale White, Southern California

    Trojan takes a tumble into a good situation.

    28 JACKSONVILLE JAGUARS

    TE Marcedes Lewis, UCLA

    Mackey Award winner another basketball-playing tight end.

    29 NEW YORK JETS

    RB Laurence Maroney, Minnesota

    It’s time to find Curtis Martin’s heir apparent.

    30 INDIANAPOLIS COLTS

    RB DeAngelo Williams, Memphis

    Replacement for Edgerrin James, who left for Arizona.

    31 SEATLE SEAHAWKS

    DE Mathias Kiwanuka, Boston College

    He provides a bookend pass rusher for Grant Wistrom.

    32 PITTSBURGH STEELERS

    RB Joseph Addai, LSU

    Steelers hand the keys to the Bus to Addai.
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  • #2
    Wimbley would be a back pick as he doesn't deserve to be picked untill the late first round. Bunkley would be the only logical choice since Ngata is gone.
    The Browns are gone; I'm not a fan of the Impostors

    The real Browns are in Baltimore, see?

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    • #3
      Originally posted by Dawgfan
      Wimbley would be a back pick as he doesn't deserve to be picked untill the late first round. Bunkley would be the only logical choice since Ngata is gone.
      Wouldnt the Browns like to get their hands on 3/4 OLB pass rusher?

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      • #4
        Originally posted by BroncoStampede
        Wouldnt the Browns like to get their hands on 3/4 OLB pass rusher?
        Not a major need. The Browns need a Defensive end to start over McKinley who is only good in a rotation. Then the Browns also need a young Nose Tackle to groom as Washington's replacement. Those are the two biggest needs the team has. The team tried to sign Kalimba Edwards from Detroit to play DE. But he chose to resign with Detroit. Nobody has been signed in his stead. So somebody will be drafted.
        The Browns are gone; I'm not a fan of the Impostors

        The real Browns are in Baltimore, see?

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