Levi Brown, OT
Brown was the contingency plan for Arizona if it didn't get Joe Thomas. But the fifth pick of the draft was too high for Brown's services.
Michael Griffin, S
Considering the Titans' needs at receiver coupled with the fact that Griffin was not the best safety on the board, using the 19th pick to select him was questionable.
Craig Davis, WR
The Chargers wanted a speedy receiver and a return specialist. And while Davis offers both, faster and better receivers were available late in round one.
Ryan Harris, OT
He has the athleticism to be used in the zone-blocking scheme Denver likes, but his play was so bad in '06, few expected him to be drafted in the first day.
John Bowie, CB
Al Davis loves speed, yet speed does not always make one a good football player or prospect. Such is the case with the Raiders fourth-round choice.
Brannon Condren, S
Safety was not a big need for the Colts, and better players at the position were available in round four.
Justin Medlock, K
Justin Medlock/K/Kansas City/5th round: Medlock was the third best kicker on most boards, yet the Chiefs took him in round five with players like Mason Crosby and Nick Folk still available.
Brandon McDonald, CB
McDonald lacks the physical nature to make a living in the AFC North.
Roy Hall, WR
A non-productive receiver at Ohio State, Hall is a size , speed prospect who has shown minimal football ability.
Reagan Mauia, RB, FB
Reagan Mauia/RB/FB/Miami/6th round: The 6-foot, 296-pound prospect has no true NFL position and would've been available as a free agent.