NFL rumors: Latest 2015 draft news, buzz

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A look at the 2015 NFL draft weekend
Wednesday April 29th, 2015

With NFL free agency winding down and the draft quickly approaching, the NFL rumor mill is abuzz. What's the latest? Check back often as we update below with all the latest scoops. The 2015 NFL draft, which will take place in Chicago, begins on Thursday, April 30. The draft will run through Saturday, May 2.

Draft previews:


April 29

• Tennessee Titans coach Ken Whisenhunt says the team will add elements of the spread offense if it drafts Oregon quarterback Marcus Mariota, the Tennessean reports.

• The Cleveland Browns are looking trade up to No. 5 spot in the NFL draft, reports's Ian Rapoport. Cleveland has the No. 12 and No. 19 picks in the first round.

Vikings running back Adrian Peterson said it would be nice to play for the Cowboys, although owner/general manager Jerry Jones says that the team is not looking to trade for a veteran at this time.

April 28

• Dallas Cowboys owner and president Jerry Jones said it is "highly unlikely" the team will trade for a veteran at this point in the offseason.

• The Houston Texans are trying to trade safety D.J. Swearinger, reports NFL Media's Ian Rapoport. Swearinger has recorded 144 tackles, 10 pass deflections, three interceptions and one sack while playing in 32 games over his first two seasons.

• The Jacksonville Jaguars could surprise with their No. 3 pick by selecting Alabama wide receiver Amari Cooper, reports Yahoo Sports' Charles Robinson. It has been widely expected that the Oakland Raiders would be the first team to select a receiver, either Cooper or West Virginia's Kevin White, at No. 4.

• At least two teams have approached the New York Jets about trading for defensive end Muhammad Wilkersonreports ESPN's Adam Schefter.According to Schefter, Wilkerson could be the "most attractive defensive player potentially available."

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