With edge rusher off the list, the Broncos still have some needs to fill -- and what they target in Round 2 will depend on how the board falls.
WR Jaelen Strong, Arizona State
Cornerback is a position of need, as well, but the Titans must find targets for Marcus Mariota.
34. TAMPA BAY
OT Jake Fisher, Oregon
Protecting Jameis Winston has to be the priority, and the Bucs can't wait until next year to look for a long-term solution at left tackle.
DT Eddie Goldman, Florida State
Jack Del Rio didn't get Terrance Knighton in free agency, but Goldman could become just as effective on the inside in time.
RB T.J. Yeldon, Alabama
Other running backs could be in the mix, but there are rumblings about the Jaguars' interest in Yeldon.
- N.Y. JETS** OLB Randy Gregory, Nebraska
Add him to Leonard Williams and the already-established Muhammad Wilkerson and you have a potentially dangerous front seven.
OLB Eli Harold, Virginia
Harold can help a pass rush that doesn't appear to have much punch right now.
DT Jordan Phillips, Oklahoma
He doesn't have the size of Goldman, but can be just as effective.
40. N.Y. GIANTS
DE Preston Smith, Mississippi State
His positional flexibility will ensure that he's a major part of the Giants' D-line rotation right away.
41. ST. LOUIS
WR Dorial Green-Beckham, Missouri
The Rams keep DGB close to home and hope he can put his issues behind him.
- ATLANTA** SS Landon Collins, Alabama
His slide has to stop somewhere, and he's the best player available at this point.
TE Maxx Williams, Minnesota
The best tight end on the board will help the Browns get over the loss of Jordan Cameron.
44. NEW ORLEANS
TE Clive Walford, Miami (Fla.)
A potential Jimmy Graham replacement would be just what the Saints want.
ILB Bernardrick McKinney, Mississippi State
Mike Zimmer will find ways to use him effectively on as many downs as possible until his coverage skills are refined.
- SAN FRANCISCO** CB Jalen Collins, LSU
Inside linebacker is also a possibility after the retirements of Patrick Willis and Chris Borland, but cornerback is a need, as well.
LB Eric Kendricks, UCLA
Should start right away at a spot that needs fortification.
48. SAN DIEGO
DT Carl Davis, Iowa
Edge rusher or offensive line are also possibilities.
49. KANSAS CITY
WR Devin Smith, Ohio State
Another target to complement Jeremy Maclin would be helpful.
- BUFFALO** QB Bryce Petty, Baylor
Unless Tyrod Taylor or E.J. Manuel blossom in competition, the Bills need a quarterback of the future. Their passers on hand ensure that Petty can develop in the shadows until he is ready.
WR Devin Funchess, Michigan
Whether he's a big wide receiver or a small tight end, Bill O'Brien will find a role for him to take pressure off DeAndre Hopkins.
CB Eric Rowe, Utah
He has positional flexibility and fills a potential need. He's also from the Pac-12, which has provided 50 percent of former Oregon head coach Chip Kelly's draft picks.
DE Owamagbe Odighizuwa, UCLA
The Bengals didn't look for a pass rusher in the first round, but need to find one here.
DT Michael Bennett, Ohio State
After working on the offensive line Thursday, the Lions must focus on the defensive side of the line of scrimmage to complement Haloti Ngata in replacing Ndamukong Suh and Nick Fairley.
CB P.J. Williams, Florida State
With strong running back depth in the draft, the Cardinals can wait to bolster that corps, but might not be able to be as patient with cornerbacks.
CB Ronald Darby, Florida State
Alvin "Bud" Dupree provided good value in Round 1, but the Steelers' secondary needs reinforcements.
OT T.J. Clemmings, Pittsburgh
If not for the stress fracture in his foot, the raw-but-talented Clemmings is not in the mix this late. Carolina should be ecstatic to see him here, even though his rookie season might be a wash because of his injury and the development the former defensive lineman needs.
G A.J. Cann, South Carolina
He's the kind of tough, intelligent, agile lineman that suits the Ravens and should start by 2016.
OL Ali Marpet, Hobart
The run of offensive linemen continues. Athletic and intelligent, he fits the template of an interior blocker who can flourish in the Broncos' scheme. He just needs time to polish his game, but made strides in adapting to a higher level of competition during a Senior Bowl week that solidified his status. Marpet is a natural fit at guard, but could play center or tackle, as well. His first position is likely to be the one he can learn the quickest. The positional flexibility of other offensive linemen means the Broncos could shuffle to make room for Marpet in the starting lineup if his development is faster than expected. Inside linebacker and quarterback are other possibilities here, with players like Denzel Perryman, Paul Dawson and Garrett Grayson still on the board. Tight end remains a need, but with Walford and Maxx Williams off the board, the value isn't the best.
RB Tevin Coleman, Indiana
There are plenty of directions in which the Cowboys can go, but finding a viable long-term replacement for DeMarco Murray must be their top priority. Boise State RB Jay Ajayi could also be in play.
DE Danielle Hunter, LSU
With a 4.57 40-yard dash and strong work as a run defender, Hunter can help. He needs to learn pass-rush technique to bring it all together.
62. GREEN BAY
LB Denzel Perryman, Miami (Fla.)
The best inside linebacker left on the board could start right away for the Packers.
CB Ifo Ekpre-Olumu, Oregon
A potential first-round value once he recovers from a torn ACL, Ekpre-Olumu should blossom.
64. NEW ENGLAND
RB Ameer Abdullah, Nebraska
The Patriots have received decent production from their committee of running backs, but Abdullah is the complete package they've lacked for a while.