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6. Arizona Cardinals: S Tony Jefferson (Oklahoma) Sr., 5'11" 212 pounds
With Adrian Wilson and Kerry Rhodes nearing the end of their careers, it's a good idea to bring in someone who can at least provide depth this year. Tony Jefferson is a good all-around safety, but he's a jack-of-all-trades, master-of-none type.
7. Cleveland Browns: OLB Sio Moore (Connecticut) Sr., 6'1" 240 pounds
After shoring up the defensive line with Star Lotulelei, they bring in someone to compete for a starting role at linebacker in Sio Moore. Moore should be a good complement to Jabaal Sheard on the weak side of the defense. Especially if James-Michael Johnson and D'Qwell Jackson can lock down the inside linebacker roles.
8. Buffalo Bills: OLB Zaviar Gooden (Missouri) Sr., 6'2" 233 pounds
After taking Bakevious Mingo to shore up the defensive line, the Bills need someone who can compete for the role as nickel linebacker and eventually start at weak-side linebacker. Zaviar Gooden is arguably the most athletic linebacker in the draft, but he's excellent in coverage and will earn a role that way.
9. New York Jets: OL Chris Faulk (Louisiana State) Jr., 6'6" 323 pounds
The Jets have three parts to a very good offensive line under control in D'Brickashaw Ferguson, Nick Mangold and Austin Howard. However, they need to keep Matt Slauson or Brandon Moore before the draft. To take care of the final guard spot, they bring in the powerful and strong Chris Faulk—who played tackle in college and projects well to guard in either a man or zone scheme.
10. Tennessee Titans: WR Markus Wheaton (Oregon State) Sr., 5'11" 183 pounds
Multiple high picks have been taken lately by the Titans to build their wide receiver corps. However, they still have a need for one more good all-around talent so they can get rid of Kenny Britt and his off-the-field issues. Markus Wheaton has all the tools to be a No. 1 receiver. He falls due to it being a ridiculously deep wide receiver class, though.