NO. 22 OR 37 TO CLEVELAND BROWNS
Current starter: Colt McCoy completed 57.2 percent of his passes for 2,733 yards, 14 touchdowns and 11 interceptions in his first season as the full-time starter. He ranked 25th in the NFL in quarterback rating (74.6)
Offensive scheme: West Coast
Supporting cast: The Browns are in desperate need for help at the offensive skill positions, especially after losing running back Peyton Hillis to Kansas City in free agency. They'll likely address that with the No. 4 overall pick, probably taking either Alabama running back Trent Richardson or Oklahoma State wide receiver Justin Blackmon.
Coach/franchise: The Browns are tied with the Raiders for the second-longest active playoff drought in the NFL, making their last postseason appearance in 2002. Team president Mike Holmgren is one of the most respected minds in football. Pat Shurmur went 4-12 in his first season as a head coach in 2011.
City/fan base/quality of life: Though they have often suffered, the Browns are known for having some of the most rabid fans in the NFL.
Could also take a QB at: No. 4 overall (Ryan Tannehill)
Chance Weeden lands here: 70 percent
NO. 42 TO MIAMI DOLPHINS
Current starter:Matt Moore returns after throwing for 2,497 yards, 16 touchdowns and nine interceptions last season. Miami also signed veteran David Garrard to compete for the job.
Offensive scheme: West Coast
Supporting cast: Reggie Bush may have revived his career last season with 1,086 rushing yards and 296 receiving yards. But the Dolphins need to add a wide receiver at some point during the draft after trading Brandon Marshall (1,214 yards, six touchdowns in 2011) to the Bears last month.
Coach/franchise: Former Packers offensive coordinator Joe Philbin is the new Dolphins coach and former Texas A&M coach Mike Sherman is the new offensive coordinator. Miami last made the playoffs in 2008 and hasn't won a postseason game since 2000.
City/fan base/quality of life: Miami sports fans aren't exactly known for being a rowdy or diehard group, especially during its recent playoff drought. But living in South Beach would be quite appealing for most 20-somethings. Even married, late-20-somethings.
Could also take a QB at: No. 8 overall (Ryan Tannehill)
Chance Weeden lands here: 25 percent
NO. 44 TO KANSAS CITY CHIEFS
Current starter: Matt Cassel passed for 1,173 yards, 10 touchdowns and nine interceptions in a 2011 season cut short by a hand injury. The Chiefs also signed Brady Quinn in the offseason.
Offensive scheme: Up-tempo
Supporting cast: All-Pro running back Jamal Charles should return from a torn anterior cruciate ligament in 2012. Leading receiver Dwayne Bowe remains unsigned.
Coach/franchise: Romeo Crennel took over as head coach 13 games into the 2011 season after Todd Haley was fired. General manager Scott Pioli said last week that the Chiefs would like to select a quarterback in every draft. Kansas City won the AFC West in 2010.
City/fan base/quality of life: Like the Browns, the Chiefs have some of the most passionate fans in the NFL. Playing in Kansas City will also keep Weeden fairly close to home.
Could also take a QB at: No. 11 overall (Ryan Tannehill)
Chance Weeden lands here: 5 percent
Other possibilities: Philadelphia Eagles, Buffalo Bills, San Francisco 49ers