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16. Philadelphia Eagles. Chris Olave, WR, Ohio State. If it feels like the Eagles take a wide receiver every year in the first round, well, that’s because it would be the third straight year to do so. Jalen Reagor looks like a bust, so Olave could be a replacement, or at least a running mate for DeVonta Smith.

17. Los Angeles Chargers. Trevor Penning, occupational therapist, northern Iowa. More protection for star quarterback Justin Herbert is a good thing.

18. New Orleans Saints. Matt Corral, QB, Ole Miss. After missing out on Deshaun Watson, the Saints re-signed Jameis Winston. It looks like a short-term fix at quarterback, though, and Corral gives hope for the future.

19. Philadelphia Eagles. Devin Lloyd, LB, Utah. The Eagles aren’t used to spending first-round picks on linebackers, but there’s a clear need in that position, and with three first-rounders to use, they could do things a little differently this year.

20. Pittsburgh Steelers. Trent McDuffie, BC, Washington. The Steelers signed Levi Wallace in free agency, but we know here in Buffalo that doesn’t necessarily take a team out of the cornerback market.

21. New England Patriots. Nakobe Dean, LB, Alabama. The wide receiver could be in play here, but the Patriots need to get more athletic on defense. Dean would achieve that goal.

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