•Rams: Glenn Dorsey, DT, LSU.
Superb inside force can help a Rams' defense that has been brutal against the run for years. Chris Long also a possibility here.
•Falcons: Matt Ryan, QB, Boston College.
Team owner Arthur Blank is said to be enamored with the quarterback, who could go a long way toward erasing the bad memories of the Michael Vick era.
•Raiders: Darren McFadden, RB, Arkansas.
There isn't a tremendous need at running back, but Al Davis has to be tempted by this home run hitter. He'll also be tempted by Howie Long's kid, Chris.
•Chiefs: Chris Long, DE, Virginia
. Chiefs dealt pass rusher Jared Allen to Vikings for extra picks, and fill the void with this reliable defender.
•Jets: Vernon Gholston, DE/LB, Ohio State.
The Jets got plenty of help at linebacker in signing free agent Calvin Pace, and adding Gholston would be another huge lift to Eric Mangini's 3-4 defense.
•Patriots: Leodis McKelvin, CB, Troy.
Pats lost three defensive backs to free agency and need to replenish the roster with young talent. McKelvin's return ability another big plus.
•Ravens: Keith Rivers, OLB, USC.
Ravens need help at cornerback and quarterback, but with Ryan and McKelvin off the board, Rivers is the best value.
•Bengals: Sedrick Ellis, DT, USC.
Bengals defense has been woeful against the run, so Ellis addresses a glaring need. They might have to trade up to get him.
•Saints: Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie, CB, Tennessee State.
Saints are trying to trade up with Rams to get a shot at Dorsey.
Failing that, they can address another major need on defense with the cousin of Chargers CB Antonio Cromartie.
•Bills: Devin Thomas, WR, Michigan State.
Bills have been one of the NFL's weakest passing offenses in recent years.
Thomas gives Lee Evans some help at receiver.
•Broncos: Branden Albert, G/T, Virginia.
There are a bunch of top running backs still available, but Mike Shanahan needs to shore up the offensive line first.
•Panthers: Derrick Harvey, DE, Florida.
sacks in 18 starts. That's the kind of production the Panthers need, especially with Mike Rucker retiring and Julius Peppers coming off a miserable year.