National Football League draft 2019: Why defensive line depth keeps Raiders' options open

National Football League draft 2019: Why defensive line depth keeps Raiders' options open

The 2019 NFL Draft is officially nine days away as draft guides and final editions of mock drafts are now being released. The Cardinals reportedly "love" the former Oklahoma star.

"If Arizona doesn't take Murray, I project that he could possibly fall all the way out of the first round."@AaronTaylorCFB with a BOLD take on Kyler Murray.

Murray is a talented athlete who can throw, run and has a accurate arm. "They have the left tackle they want, or they have the right tackle they want".

San Francisco could stand to take advantage of that, too.

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Even though Oakland selected him with the No. 9 pick in the 2018 MLB Draft, the Heisman Trophy-winning quarterback will await his fate later this month to find out if the Cardinals plan on taking him with the #1 overall draft pick and trade Josh Rosen, the QB they took just previous year. The first big move came when they traded for Antonio Brown, arguably the best wide receiver in football, and they have not stopped since. They will know how many prime time games they get.

The cancelation of the Redskins visit with Murray likely isn't based off of Murray's talent; Bruce Allen is on the record gushing about Murray and his skills, and on tape, it's very clear why Murray is one of the best prospects in the 2019 NFL Draft.

According to Jimmy Johnson's traditional draft trade chart, the No. 3 overall pick is worth 2,200 points. But the Bucs made some decent additions at linebacker after losing Kwon Alexander to free agency, which should allow them to spend this pick on a potential replacement for Gerald McCoy.

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