The 2011 NFL Draft is the best way for teams to address their personnel needs this offseason. Even with the complications of the Collective Bargaining Agreement (CBA) negotiations, there is a healthy group of underclassmen and the senior class is strong as well.
Team needs can be addressed at any stage of the draft. We know the story of Tom Brady, the sixth round pick, but every year there are rookies starting on both sides of the ball who were considered an afterthought on draft weekend.
In this article, I break down the needs for all 32 teams, give you an idea of the way the draft might play out for the teams and list some potential prospects the team is eyeing in the draft.
If you have any question about what your team will be doing this offseason, just ask and be sure to follow me on Twitter @JohnLorge.