Published: Wed, April 17, 2019
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Daniel Jeremiah’s latest mock draft sends Josh Allen to the Buccaneers

Daniel Jeremiah’s latest mock draft sends Josh Allen to the Buccaneers

And at one point, it was reported that the Redskins would be hosting Murray on a visit, despite the likelihood of his selection at No. 1 overall.

It's been widely presumed, although perhaps less so in recent days, that the Cardinals will select the 2018 Heisman victor out of Oklahoma.

TEMPE, Ariz. - The Arizona Cardinals may be on the clock with the first pick in next week's National Football League draft, but with nine days left until the first round begins, Cardinals general manager Steve Keim said a decision on whom Arizona will pick has not been made.

"The fact that I don't know what we're doing but everybody else does, that's concerning".

The Arizona Cardinals still hold the wild-card at No. 1 overall, with rumors and reports flying in every direction about their potential intentions.

We've officially reached the home stretch of the pre-draft process. In the third edition of Daniel Jeremiah of the NFL Network's mock draft, he has the Tampa Bay Buccaneers selecting Kentucky edge rusher Josh Allen with the fifth overall pick.

Keim said he wouldn't talk about whether he's received calls to trade the first pick or a specific player.

Rosen endured a trying rookie season in which he completed just 55.2 percent of his passes for 2,278 yards, 11 touchdowns and 14 interceptions while making 13 starts behind a patchwork offensive line. However, later, Keim said "there's definitely been some attention" from teams about the first pick.

As for incumbent starter Rosen, Kingsbury said Rosen already has a "good grasp" of the offense Kingsbury has installed over the week-plus that players have returned to meetings. "He couldn't have been better honestly". First one to show up. Engaging. Into it. Very sharp, as everybody knows.

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