As it stated in Mandatory Credit: Jerome Miron-USA TODAY SportsWould the Chicago Bears consider a wide receiver in the first round of the 2017 NFL Draft?
There is a lot to like about Davis’ game, and he would immediately solidify the wide receiver position for the Chicago Bears.
A big, athletic and competitive receiver, Davis is going to be a matchup nightmare for NFL teams, especially in the red zone.
If the Bears do not think White can be “the guy”, perhaps they will make a commitment to the wide receiver position in the first round of the 2017 NFL Draft.
The Chicago Bears have an interesting situation at wide receiver.
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Todd McShay’s 2017 NFL Mock Draft 3.0
(1:37)With the NFL combine behind us, pro days and individual workouts are next up on the schedule for teams evaluating players for the 2017 NFL draft.
InsiderTodd McShay doesn’t project any quarterback to get drafted in the top 10 picks in his latest mock draft and shares where he thinks Deshaun Watson and Mitchell Trubisky will land.
An important note: I’m a big fan of CB Sidney Jones, but he’s not included in this mock draft after suffering what looks to be a serious leg injury at Washington’s pro day last week.
Cleveland BrownsMyles Garrett, DE, Texas A&MThe Browns shouldn’t overthink this: Garrett is the best pure pass-rusher — and one of the best overall athletes — in the draft.
We also came away from Indianapolis with some more ideas on the direction teams could go with their picks.
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SMU QB Matt Davis enters 2017 NFL Draft
Southern Methodist quarterback Matt Davis has entered the draft, according to his agent.
We can now add another quarterback to the 2017 NFL Draft pool.
Davis suffered a torn ACL last September, and there had been some thought he would seek a sixth year of eligibility.
Normally a player has to declare by early January, and subsequent players then become eligible for the supplemental draft.
Teams get up to 30 such visits, so there is potentially room for a flyer type candidate.
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