The Ravens finally get on the board with a cornerback who had a shot at sneaking into the bottom of the first round. Tight end is another position that makes solid second-round sense for Baltimore.
With Wes Welker looking at a recovery season and Randy Moss entering the final year of his Patriots contract, New England could use Benn's play-making skills.
After going offense with Demaryius Thomas and what's-his-name in the first round, the Broncos need an inside linebacker who can make things happen on a consistent basis.
Taking South Florida safety Nate Allen would fill another need, but Price's value in this slot is too high to overlook. He and Jason Pierre-Paul would breathe some fresh life into a Giants defensive line that sorely disappointed in 2009.
Time to get the pass-catching tight end the Patriots obviously need.
The Panthers finally get to make a pick, and they stay close to home for help at the thinnest position on their defense.
First off, how cool is it the 49ers own the draft's 49th pick? Secondly, San Francisco was searching for a change of pace type runner to give teams a different look from Frank Gore. In the small but elusive McCluster, they've found one.
After picking up talent at safety (Eric Berry) and offensive tackle (Rodger Saffold), it's time to look for an offensive play-maker who can make Matt Cassel's life a little bit easier.
The Texans need another running back and they're going to like Gerhart's always-forward, move-the-chains running style. Somebody's going to be glad they took this kid, might as well be Houston's Gary Kubiak and Rick Smith.
The Steelers cornerback position didn't get the first-round love, but in Owusu-Ansah they have landed a talented and athletic small-school star who is on everyone's draft board.
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