Indianapolis Colts overachieved in the 2018/19 NFL season, giving them a great platform to build on through the draft.
Green Bay Packers changed direction this offseason, appointing Matt LaFleur. The draft must be used to surround Aaron Rodgers with greater talent.
Detroit Lions head into the NFL Draft after a busy free agency period. The Lions have flexibility in the draft and could look to trade.
Chicago Bears are in a very good position heading into the draft, though they will not be picking until the third round because of previous trades.
The NFL Draft takes on added importance for the New York Giants having traded Odell Beckham Jr. to the Cleveland Browns.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers have the fifth overall pick in the 2019 NFL Draft. The defence is likely to take priority with Jameis Winston set to be given another year.
Houston Texans have a deep roster with plenty of talent. There are weaknesses that must be addressed in the upcoming draft, however.
Philadelphia Eagles acquired running back Jordan Howard from the Chicago Bears in a trade, sending a sixth round pick in 2020 the other way.
The 2019 NFL Draft kicks off in Nashville, Tennessee in under a month. So with the NFL Combine done and dusted and the college's pro days coming to a close, let's take a look at how April's Draft may play out.
While these new signings look promising and will certainly help the departing roster, new general manger Eric DeCosta will have his work cut out for him filling the gaps of talented former players if the Ravens want to make it to the playoffs.