How to know if your WR is a lock to make the cut to the 53-man roster?
If the New York Jets draft a wide receiver with the No. 1 overall pick, there’s a good chance they will target a wideout in the second round.
Here are some of the biggest questions that could crop up with the pick.
The Jets might be in a position to move up to pick wide receiver if they feel like they can develop another wideout at No. 8.
This could be the team that takes wide receiver Mike Williams, who caught a career-high four passes for 58 yards in the team’s 31-24 win over the Dallas Cowboys on Sunday.
Williams is a very physical wide receiver who can be used in the slot.
The Browns may be in position to take wide receiver Jaelen Strong with the second pick, but it’s unlikely they’ll take him with the first.
Strong has shown some flashes of being a dynamic weapon at the wide receiver position, catching a career high four passes last season for 75 yards.
If the Browns decide to go with the wideout they like the best, they could go with Jaelens long-time friend and fellow wideout Kenny Britt.
The Cleveland Browns will likely be looking for a quarterback, and they have a handful of players on their roster that could be available.
Quarterback Johnny Manziel has been in the headlines for his behavior toward women, including the one incident in which he allegedly assaulted a woman in her home.
The Browns are currently 1-1 and have won three straight games, but they need a big game from their new quarterback to push themselves into the playoff picture.
The Tennessee Titans are looking for help at the quarterback position, as well, and that could mean a wide-open battle at the position with the New England Patriots and Philadelphia Eagles.
If you need more insight into the Titans draft process, check out our 2015 NFL Mock Draft.
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