Many consider Derek Carr the top quarterback available in Round 2. (Ethan Miller/Getty Images)
Round 1 of the NFL draft is in the books, but plenty of talent remains. What's the latest buzz on Derek Carr, Carlos Hyde and more? Keep track of it all below.
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• The Rams would have considered taking Johnny Manziel had they received a significant trade offer for QB Sam Bradford, reports Yahoo! Sports' Charles Robinson.
• Washington is listening to offers for the 34th pick, reports ProFootballTalk.com.
• Ian Rapoport of NFL Network says the Cowboys are a team to watch for Missouri DE Kony Ealy.
• Despite earlier reports, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network says the Texans won't touch Derek Carr.
• USC wide receiver Marqise Lee slipped to the second round because of concerns about his knee, reports Draft Insider's Tony Pauline.
• Johnny Manziel was never really on the table for the Cowboys at No. 16 owner Jerry Jones said Friday, via Pat McManamon of ESPN.com.
• Backup QB Ryan Mallett is "not available," reports ESPN's Ed Werder, via Rotoworld.
• With Sammy Watkins now in the fold, Joe Buscaglia of WGR radio in Buffalo expects the Bills to "do what they can" to try and deal veteran wideout Stevie Johnson.
• St. Louis tried to trade back into the first round for Notre Dame G/T Zack Martin, reports Nick Wagoner of ESPN.com.
• The Houston Texans are listening to offers and are "open to moving the top pick in the second round," reports ESPN's Adam Schefter.
• If the Texans don't trade the pick, Fresno State QB Derek Carr is considered the "leader in the clubhouse," reports Dale Robertson of the Houston Chronicle.
• Despite rumors that he could be on the block, Mike Glennon is the "quarterback of the future" in Tampa Bay head coach Lovie Smith told the Tampa Bay Times.
• The 49ers were interested in LSU WR Odell Beckham Jr., but resisted the temptation to trade up because the price was "too stiff," general manager Trent Baalke told CSN Bay Area.
• Cleveland made a splash in drafting Johnny Manziel, but coach Mike Pettine says the team still plans to start Brian Hoyer, via USA Today Lindsay Jones.
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