2011 NFL Mock Draft: Round 2 Draft Predictions for Picks 37-40

Nathaniel UyFeatured ColumnistApril 29, 2011

PASADENA, CA - JANUARY 01:  Quarterback Andy Dalton #14 of the TCU Horned Frogs looks to pass against the Wisconsin Badgers in the 97th Rose Bowl game on January 1, 2011 in Pasadena, California.  (Photo by Jeff Gross/Getty Images)
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2011 NFL Mock Draft Second Round Continues as Cowboys Seek Secondary Help

In this update, the Cleveland Browns look to add a pass rusher, the Cardinals and Titans both search for quarterback and the Cowboys add depth to their secondary.

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Here are the Mock Draft Predictions for Picks 37-40

37. Cleveland Browns: Jabaal Sheard, DE: He's got both power and quickness that makes him a very tough matchup for opposing offensive linemen. 

Sheard is just a tough guy that has been underrated in most boards, despite his skills and talent and would be a solid pickup early in the second round.

38. Arizona Cardinal: Ryan Mallett, QB: Mallett bring some baggage with his admission of drug use and a hard partying lifestyle. But there's no denying that he has tools that makes scouts drool. 

With prototypical size and a rocket throwing arm, it would be a serious oversight to let him slip any further.

39. Tennessee Titans: Andy Dalton, QB: After being a four year starter at TCU, Dalton brings a lot of leadership, and intangibles to a football team. 

The Titans are said to be so intrigued with his skills that they're thinking about taking him as early as the first round.

40. Dallas Cowboys: Aaron Williams, CB: There's a need for the Cowboys to improve their secondary, despite their claims that they're more than happy to deploy the same group of guys that allowed them to be ranked among the worst in the league. 

The Texas-native Williams gives them a very coachable, hard working corner with good instincts.