By Nick Shook
Around The NFL writer
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The 2018 NFL Draft will be held April 26-28 at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas. As we hurtle toward the offseason’s marquee event, Nick Shook examines one pressing question for each AFC team.
Baltimore Ravens: How does Ozzie Newsome go out?
Since the Cleveland Browns became the Baltimore Ravens, they’ve had just one GM: Ozzie Newsome. The Hall of Fame tight end has built contenders, dealt with rebuilds and returned to the pinnacle, winning two Super Bowls during his tenure constructing what was Art Modell’s NFL franchise. This will be Newsome’s last year at the helm. After attempting to remedy the first-round whiff that was Breshad Perriman with the signings of John Brown and Michael Crabtree, Newsome still has work to do. Where does the personnel maven turn with the No. 16 overall pick? Baltimore could use help at right tackle, but might add a player to its defensive front seven, depending on who’s available.
Buffalo Bills: Can Brandon Beane swing the rumored deal to move up?
Buffalo’s faithful became quite giddy when the Bills dealt tackle Cordy Glenn and swapped first-rounders with Cincinnati. Suddenly, the Bills had Nos. 12 and 22 in the upcoming draft, which would appear to be enough ammunition to move up. But who will trade with the Bills, if they so desire? Cleveland’s a potential suitor — more on that below — and Buffalo realistically could move into No. 5 or 6 if Denver or Indianapolis wants to make a deal. With the expectation that the Bills would be moving up for a quarterback, though, the asking price understandably would be higher. What it comes down to is simple: How much is Buffalo willing to give up to move up? Continue reading