Keep up with the latest rumors ahead of the 2019 NFL draft.
It's draft day and the speculation will be over with the Arizona Cardinals making the first pick of the 2019 NFL draft in Nashville.
Most think that the decision will come down to Heisman Trophy winner Kyler Murray or Ohio State defensive end Nick Bosa.
Meanwhile, the business of the NFL is still going on with players who are looking for extensions or were tagged with franchise tenders waiting for long-tern deals.
One player who scored big is Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson, who reached a four-year, $140 million extension that includes a $65 million signing bonus, making him the highest-paid player in the league.
Teams also have until May 3 to exercise fifth-year options on players selected in the 2016 draft's first round.
Here are the latest rumors surrounding the draft and news around the NFL.
The Jets and Raiders have discussed swapping the No. 3 and No. 4 picks. (Connor Hughes, The Athletic)
Kyler Murray would be "shocked" if he is not the No. 1 pick. (Josina Anderson, ESPN)
The Broncos remain interested in Missouri quarterback Drew Lock and could select him with the No. 10 pick. (Albert Breer, Sports Illustrated)
The Jets are "determined" to trade down out of the No. 3 overall pick. (Ralph Vacchiano, SNY)
The Raiders could eye LSU linebacker Devin White with the No. 4 overall pick. (Will Brinson, CBS Sports)
The Dolphins are "motivated" to trade down on Thursday. They still may select a quarterback in the first round. (Tom Pelissero, NFL Network)
The Bills may attempt to acquire the No. 3 pick from the Jets, eyeing Alabama DT Quinnen Williams. (Jason La Canfora, CBS Sports)
The Steelers may trade into the top 10 picks on Thursday night as they attempt to add impact defensive talent. (Adam Schefter, ESPN)
Arizona Cardinals general manager Steve Keim reportedly reached out to Alabama defensive tackle Quinnen Williams and informed him he's still a possibility to go first overall. (Ian Rapoport, NFL.com)
Mississippi State pass-rusher Montez Sweat may have been misdiagnosed with a heart condition that has caused some teams to take him off the draft board. Sweat's heart wall was measured to be nearly 2.0 cm thick at the NFL combine, but experts are now saying his heart wall is 1.5 cm thick. That measurement would mean there is no risk for Sweat under the diagnosis. (Ian Rapoport, NFL.com)
The Jets, Lions, Dolphins, Seahawks and Rams reportedly have interest in trading down in the first round of the NFL draft. (Tom Pelissero, NFL.com)
• With rain in the forecast in Nashville, the NFL has a contingency plan to move the draft indoors to the Schermerhorn Symphony Center if need be. (Nashville Tennessean)
• The Cincinnati Bengals are eyeing either Dwayne Haskins, Devin Bush or an offensive lineman in the first round. (Albert Breer, Sports Illustrated)
• Ed Oliver, Christian Wilkins and Devin Bush have all emerged as potential targets for an Atlanta Falcons trade up in the draft. (Albert Breer, Sports Illustrated)
• A tight end or tackle appears to be the consensus pick for the Green Bay Packers. The Packers could take Andre Dillard if he slips to No. 14. Both Iowa tight ends are also being considered. (Albert Breer, Sports Illustrated)
The Oakland Raiders are the latest team rumored to be interested in drafting Ohio State quarterback Dwayne Haskins. The team moved Haskins up on their board this week and could be a consideration at No. 4. (Ian Rapoport, NFL.com)
The Atlanta Falcons as well as the Redskins are exploring options where they could make trades to get into the Top 10 of the draft. (Ian Rapoport, NFL.com)
• The Tampa Bay Buccaneers pick up the fifth-year option on cornerback Vernon Hargreaves. (Team announcement)
• The Cincinnati Bengals are not in the quarterback market in the first round. The Bengals have the 11th overall pick. (Peter Schrager, Fox Sports)
• The Washington Redskins have "explored" a trade to move into the top five picks of Thursday's draft. (Mike Garafolo, NFL Network)
• Teams view Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver Nelson Agholorr as being available in a potential trade. Agholor is entering the final season of his rookie deal. (Ian Rapoport, NFL.com)
• The Atlanta Falcons exercise fifth-year option on Pro Bowl safety Keanu Neal. (Team announcement)
• The Giants may target Duke QB Daniel Jones on Thursday, and could select him with the No. 6 pick. (Ralph Vacchiano, SNY)