With NFL free agency arriving with the new league year, what teams are doing with signings, re-signings, non-signings and releases early are taking their cumulative effect on their 2021 NFL Draft plans. While some team needs are being filled, others remain and new ones are emerging.
Figuring out one piece of the offseason puzzle is helpful to know what direction each team might be going vs. another when they're on the clock. That's definitely caused more shakeup in Sporting News' latest mock draft, with some big pro days (see Alabama, Ohio State) ahead.
For now, how SN sees the picks playing out from No. 1 through No. 32 on April 29:
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