NFL Draft Prop Bets: Will Cardinals Take Kyler Murray Number One Overall?

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Now, more information has come out and it looks like the team brought in Oklahoma quarterback and Heisman Trophy victor Kyler Murray on the same day.

The Buffalo Bills will meet with the top defensive tackle ahead of the 2019 NFL Draft, according to a report. The team's most high profile visits have been with quarterbacks and it was news recently when they hosted West Virginia star Will Grier for a visit.

You won't find a reasonable scenario in any mock draft that has Kyler Murray falling to the sixth pick of this year's draft. Big Blue picks No. 6 and 17 overall, having received the latter pick from the Cleveland Browns via the Odell Beckham Jr. trade.

The 49ers would like to add a tight end to go along with George Kittle, and one logical option is just down the road from the team's Santa Clara complex.

Given Robinson unpredictability and history of making trades throughout the draft in the past, the best analysts can do is make guesses in regards to the Titans' next move until they're on the clock on April 25.

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Multiple outlets reported the Giants visit, and Murray posted a photo on social media of the outside of the team's facility.

The Giants previously attended Oklahoma's pro day, where Murray put on a show. Manning enters the last year of a four-year, $84 million contract extension he signed on September 12, 2015.

He has reportedly drawn interest from Chicago, Jacksonville, Minnesota, Denver, Pittsburgh, Dallas and the New York Giants.

NY is on the lookout for a potential successor for 38-year-old Eli Manning at quarterback. Who knows? NY may end up scoring the biggest coup of the 2019 NFL Draft.