With the NFL Draft just a day away, the draft rumors are starting to pick up. The rumors around the draft aren't limited to just the prospects who could be selected, but also current players who could be moved on draft day. There are plenty rumors, news and speculation floating around the NFL, so check out the latest and greatest of those NFL rumors below.
Chiefs Trying To Deal Knile Davis?
The Kansas City Chiefs have Jamaal Charles, Charcandrick West and Spencer Ware locked up at RB, so it's not a massive surprise they're looking to deal Knile Davis.
The Chiefs, who may have a trick or two up their sleeves, are shopping RB/return ace Knile Davis, who had a huge return in playoff win— Jason La Canfora (@JasonLaCanfora) April 27, 2016
Davis is just 24 years old with a cap hit of less than a million in the final year of his deal, so the Chiefs should be able to get something in return for him. The Chiefs lack a third round pick, so getting an extra pick in exchange for Davis would be helpful.
Myles Jack Update
The issues around UCLA LB Myles Jack's knee have yet to be settled. Some teams have pulled him off their main draft board because of that injury and there's speculation that Jack could fall out of the Top 10.
Mike Mayock says Myles Jack's knee issues are major issue & may require more surgery. "I'll be very surprised if he goes in the top 10."— Bob Glauber (@BobGlauber) April 27, 2016
However, teams like the Jaguars, 49ers, Browns and Giants could all take Jack in the Top 10. How far Jack actually falls on Draft Day will be a key storyline, because it will have major ramifications on the rest of the draft.
Leonard Floyd A Top 10 Pick?
In a deep class for defensive lineman and pass rushers, Georgia's Leonard Floyd could be a Top 10 pick.
Player who is rising & appears headed inside the top 10: #UGA LB Leonard Floyd. Teams caught a small glimpse of his skill set in college— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) April 27, 2016
Floyd has great pass rushing ability, and has actually been mocked to teams like the Bucs and Giants well before Rapoport's tweet. While Floyd needs to bulk up, it seems likely that he'll be a Top 15 selection. Two other defensive linemen that could go earlier than expected are Sheldon Rankins and Chris Jones, reports Tony Pauline.Back to the NFL Newsfeed