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    Can someone post the round 2 mock please? I believe it's by Kiper or McShay, or both.

    Thanks!!!

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    Kiper:

    St. Louis Rams
    Cordy Glenn, G, Georgia They have a need at a couple of spots on the offensive line, and Glenn is versatile.

    Indianapolis Colts
    Coby Fleener, TE, StanfordColts need serious help on the D-line and at LB, but Fleener will tempt them.

    Baltimore Ravens (from Minnesota)
    Courtney Upshaw, LB, Alabama Baltimore will love the value and needs an OLB. Upshaw is No. 25 on my Big Board.

    Denver Broncos (from Tampa Bay)
    Amini Silatolu, G, Midwestern St. I don't have it as a huge need, but the Broncos simply must become elite on the O-line.

    Cleveland Browns
    Stephen Hill *, WR, Georgia Tech They got a RB, then a QB. Time to find another piece of the puzzle on offense.

    Jacksonville Jaguars
    Vinny Curry, DE, MarshallThey really need a defensive end, and Curry is a productive one.

    St. Louis Rams (from Washington)
    Janoris Jenkins, CB, North AlabamaSomebody has to take the plunge on Jenkins' talent, which is top-10 worthy.

    Carolina Panthers
    Kendall Reyes, DT, Connecticut I actually had Reyes as a Round 1 guy in some mocks. Fills a big need here.

    Buffalo Bills
    Jonathan Martin *, T, Stanford Stock has dipped, but the tools are there. Buffalo can use him.

    Miami Dolphins
    Bobby Massie *, T, Ole Miss Another guy who could have come off the board in Round 1. Fits on right side.

    Seattle Seahawks
    Rueben Randle *, WR, LSU I'd like the Seahawks to add one more weapon to that offense. Randle will develop.

    Kansas City Chiefs
    Alshon Jeffery *, WR, South CarolinaA great red-zone target, Jeffery gives the Jets an added element.

    St. Louis Rams (from Dallas)
    Lavonte David, LB, Nebraska A tackling machine, he's a perfect weakside LB. Covers the field.

    Philadelphia Eagles
    Mychal Kendricks, LB, California A very good interior linebacker, he can join DeMeco Ryans to clean things up.New York Jets
    Jeff Allen, T/G, Illinois I think he'll move inside, but could see time as a right tackle.

    New England Patriots (from Oakland)
    Josh Robinson *, CB, Central Florida A total burner, once he nails down technique, has star potential.San Diego Chargers
    Alameda Ta'amu, NT, Washington A 3-4 nose tackle is a hard thing to find. Worth a shot here.

    Chicago Bears
    Zach Brown, LB, North Carolina Chicago's linebackers are a great group but an aging one. Here's some fresh help.Philadelphia Eagles (from Arizona)
    Kirk Cousins, QB,

    Michigan State I know Philly likes him and might take the leap here. Good guy to develop.Tennessee Titans
    Peter Konz *, C, Wisconsin The best center in the draft. Tennessee has a need there.

    Cincinnati Bengals
    Ryan Broyles, WR, Oklahoma Looks like he's bouncing back well from an ACL injury. Round 1 talent.

    Detroit Lions
    Trumaine Johnson, CB, Montana The Lions have to get a corner, and Johnson is the best available.

    Atlanta Falcons
    Andre Branch, DT, Clemson Atlanta needs to add help at defensive end, and Branch is a solid value here.

    Pittsburgh Steelers
    Devon Still, DT, Penn State Discussed as a possibility for Round 1, I've always had Still in the second.

    Denver Broncos
    Brock Osweiler *, QB, Arizona State Denver needs insurance, and Osweiler could be good if he has time to learn. He will here.

    Houston Texans
    Brian Quick, WR, Appalachian St.One of the guys I've had higher on my board, he's the big target they need.

    Green Bay Packers
    Lamar Miller *, RB, Miami (FL) Green Bay needs a running back, and Miller can be explosive.

    Baltimore Ravens
    Derek Wolfe, DT, Cincinnati I've had Wolfe as a possible late-first pick. He's a versatile D-lineman.

    San Francisco 49ers
    Kelechi Osemele, G, Iowa State They got a WR, but the Niners still really need a guard.

    New England Patriots
    Jerel Worthy *, DT, Michigan St. Bill Belichick can bring it out of this kid. Worthy's a monster on his better days.

    New York Giants
    Mike Adams, T, Ohio State The Giants need a tackle, and Adams is a decent value here.

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    Here's Scouts Inc. I'm too lazy to format this properly, but if you want to attempt to read it, go ahead.

    St. Louis Rams
    Record: 2-14Rueben Randle, WR, LSU
    Indianapolis Colts
    Record: 2-14Coby Fleener, TE, Stanford
    Baltimore Ravens (from MIN)
    Record: 12-4 Amini Silatolu, G, Midwestern State Denver Broncos (from TAM)
    Record: 8-8Jerel Worthy, DT, Michigan State
    Cleveland Browns
    Record: 4-12 Stephen Hill, WR, Georgia Tech
    Jacksonville JaguarsRecord: 2-14Courtney Upshaw, OLB, AlabamaSt. Louis Rams (from WAS)Record: 2-14Lavonte David, OLB, NebraskaCarolina PanthersRecord: 6-10 Devon Still, DT, Penn StateBuffalo BillsRecord: 6-10Cordy Glenn, OT, GeorgiaMiami DolphinsRecord: 6-10 Alshon Jeffery, WR, South CarolinaSeattle SeahawksRecord: 7-9Zach Brown, OLB, North CarolinaKansas City ChiefsRecord: 7-9Jeff Allen, G, IllinoisSt. Louis Rams Record: 8-8 Trumaine Johnson, CB, Montana
    Philadelphia EaglesRecord: 8-8 Janoris Jenkins, CB, North AlabamaNew York JetsRecord: 8-8 Brian Quick, WR, Appalachian State
    New England PatriotsRecord: 13-3 Josh Robinson, CB, Central FloridaSan Diego ChargersRecord: 8-8 Peter Konz, C, WisconsinChicago BearsRecord: 8-8 Casey Hayward, CB, VanderbiltPhiladelphia Eagles (from ARI)Record: 8-8 Kirk Cousins, QB, Michigan StateTennessee TitansRecord: 9-7 Vinny Curry, DE, MarshallCincinnati BengalsRecord: 9-7 Bobby Massie, OT, MississippiDetroit LionsRecord: 10-6 Dwight Bentley, CB, La.-LafayetteAtlanta FalconsRecord: 10-6 Brandon Thompson, DT, ClemsonPittsburgh SteelersRecord: 12-4 Mychal Kendricks, ILB, CaliforniaDenver BroncosRecord: 8-8Brock Osweiler, QB, Arizona StateHouston TexansRecord: 10-6 Mike Adams, OT, Ohio StateGreen Bay PackersRecord: 15-1 Lamar Miller, RB, MiamiBaltimore RavensRecord: 12-4 Andre Branch, DE, ClemsonSan Francisco 49ersRecord: 13-3 Kendall Reyes, DT, ConnecticutNew England PatriotsRecord: 13-3 Brandon Taylor, S, LSUNew York GiantsRecord: 9-7 Mitchell Schwartz, OT, California

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    God if we (the rams) go thru this second round and don't take a wide receiver, I will punch a baby.

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