Rotoworld NFL mock draft 2.0: At No. 3, the Bears select...

Rotoworld NFL mock draft 2.0: At No. 3, the Bears select...

NBCSports' and Rotoworld's NFL Draft expert Josh Norris released his second 2017 NFL mock draft. Here are the Top 10 picks. Also, be sure to check out the entire mock draft here:

This mock draft will change. Frequently.

The process is still young. Free agency is weeks away. The Combine has not kicked off. So as of now, I’m focusing more on current team needs and possible changes in the coming months. Prospect positioning becomes more clear as the process moves along. Future iterations will be more fleshed out.

Picks 14 and 15 will be decided by a coin toss at the NFL Combine.

1. Cleveland Browns - EDGE Myles Garrett, Texas A&M - Likely viewed as the draft’s top prospect. Reportedly dealt with a high ankle injury this season. NFL teams have to rush the passer, and drafting players like Emmanuel Ogbahand Carl Nassib don’t prevent you from adding Garrett.

2. San Francisco 49ers - EDGE/DL Solomon Thomas, Stanford - Thomas is a really, really, really good football player. It is impossible to predict what the 49ers will do, since they will have a totally new group of decision makers and coaches. Thomas can rush from the edge or possible work inside. In this scenario the 49ers end up with Jimmy Garoppolo, perhaps for a 2018 first round pick.

3 .Chicago Bears - QB Mitch Trubisky, UNC - If you think previous years included conflicting quarterback opinions, just wait on this year. Trubisky was a starter for one season. It is vital to evaluate his play when pressured and forced outside of structure, since so much of UNC’s offense is about rhythm.

4. Jacksonville Jaguars - DL Jonathan Allen, Alabama - This would be a great selection, and many teams might view Allen as the No. 1 player in the draft. The Jaguars invested cash and picks into the defensive line, but a team can never have enough disruptors.

5. Tennessee Titans (via LA) - FS Malik Hooker, Ohio State - Some might render football down to turnovers and big plays. Hooker can create big plays and turnovers thanks to his extreme range from his safety spot.

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6. New York Jets - LB Reuben Foster, Alabama - Yes, back to back linebackers in the first round for the Jets. But this allows the Jets to have both types of backers as Foster is an aggressive missile.

7. San Diego Chargers - S Jamal Adams, LSU - I could see the Chargers going with an offensive lineman, but instead I’ll choose a safety who many view as a top 10 talent in this class.

8. Carolina Panthers - EDGE Taco Charlton, Michigan - For better or worse, Dave Gettleman has a size fetish at multiple positions. Despite producing a high number of sacks the Panthers defense needs plenty of edge rushing help so they can get to the quarterback with four men on a consistent basis.

9. Cincinnati Bengals - WR Corey Davis, WMU - The Bengals have two pass catching threats that defenses must account for (A.J. Green and Tyler Eifert). We saw what happens when both go down.

10. Buffalo Bills - QB Deshaun Watson, Clemson - If Doug Whaley identifies a target, he goes out and gets them (see E.J. Manuel (assistant GM) and Sammy Watkins). All signs point to the Bills moving on from Tyrod, which I view as a mistake.


2020 NFL Draft: Tua Tagovailoa declares himself 100% healthy

2020 NFL Draft: Tua Tagovailoa declares himself 100% healthy

Former Alabama quarterback Tua Tagovailoa may end up being the 2020 NFL Draft prospect who's impacted most by the social distancing campaign that's in place to combat the COVID-19 outbreak. Teams are prohibited from holding prospect visits, pro days have been canceled and pre-draft interviews are limited to FaceTime or other virtual settings.

In the case of Tagovailoa, who's recovering from a devastating hip injury suffered last November, teams won't get the chance to have their doctors examine him. And without a clean bill of health, there's a possibility he could experience a draft-day slide.

Tagovailoa took a big step toward preventing that slide on Wednesday when he announced he's 100% healthy. 

"I feel 100 percent," Tagovailoa told NFL Network. "I feel like if there was a game today, I'd be able to go out and perform the same way I was able to perform in previous years. I feel as mobile as possible. I feel 100 percent."

This is huge news for teams at the top of the first round who've had Tagovailoa high on their wish list all season. The Miami Dolphins are the favorites to land him at No. 5 overall, but if Tagovailoa can convince the league that he's ready to go, there's a good chance a trade could occur at the third pick.

And therein lies the connection to the Bears. The No. 3 pick is currently held by the Detroit Lions, who can quickly enrich their roster by receiving a bounty of picks to slide down just a few spots. The Los Angeles Chargers (No. 6 overall) are a prime candidate to trade up; only Tyrod Taylor presents as a viable starting option on their depth chart right now. Teams who enjoy sustained success usually get there by drafting well, and the more picks a team has, the better chance they'll get it right.

There's another possibility here, too. The Lions could decide Tagovailoa is too good to pass on. Sure, Matt Stafford is still on the roster and even though it feels like he's been in the NFL for decades, he's only 32 years old. But he hasn't been able to elevate the Lions to a consistent contender during his tenure with the team and Detroit could soon be looking for a change.

Tua's full recovery is great news for him and his family, but it could end up being bad news for the NFC North.

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Allen Robinson's Within Reach foundation pivots to feeding Chicago families

Allen Robinson's Within Reach foundation pivots to feeding Chicago families

Allen Robinson is doing his part to help the city of Chicago during the COVID-19 pandemic. Robinson is using his Within Reach, which typically focuses on providing resources to underprivileged Chicago-area schools, to feed kids at home during the pandemic. 

Robinson said he will match donations made to his charity. The donations will go towards providing boxes of food to Chicago families facing food insecurity during the pandemic. According to the Chicago Sun-Times, Bears’ coach Matt Nagy and OT Charles Leno have both contributed to Robinson’s cause.  If you’d like to contribute, you can find out more information on Within Reach’s website. 

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