NFL Mock Draft 2015: Adrian Peterson Traded

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NFL Mock Draft 2015 (Picks 24-32)

Nov 8, 2014; Salt Lake City, UT, USA; Oregon Ducks defensive lineman Arik Armstead (9) between plays during the second half against the Utah Utes at Rice-Eccles Stadium. Oregon won 51-27. Mandatory Credit: Russ Isabella-USA TODAY Sports

24. Arizona Cardinals

player. 32. Armstead is a defensive end/tackle who can create pressure and impose his will on the opposing offense. He’ll help elevate a Cardinals defense that already has plenty of playmakers.. Defensive End. Oregon. Arik Armstead. 24

25. Carolina Panthers

A talented offensive tackle, he’ll be able bolster an offensive line that needs an upgrade. The Carolina Panthers snuck into the playoffs last season with a sub .500 record. They need upgrades in the trenches if they wish to get back with a better record.. Offensive Tackle. Texas A&M. Cedric Ogbuehi. 25. player. 87

26. Baltimore Ravens

Phillip Dorsett. 26. player. 26. A speedy receiver that a team is going to take a chance on, the Ravens bite and make him a first rounder. He’s got the speed and hopefully he can develop further.. Wide Receiver. Miami (Fla.)

27. Minnesota Vikings (via Dallas Cowboys)

Washington. Marcus Peters. 27. player. 123. The Minnesota Vikings ship Adrian Peterson down to Texas and Jerry Jones couldn’t be happier. They trade away a first and a fourth for him, but Peterson may be enough to get them a title. In return, the Vikings take Marcus Peters who can be paired with Xavier Rhodes for dominant cornerback pair.. Cornerback

28. Denver Broncos

UCLA. Eric Kendricks. 28. player. 45. With a 3-4 in place,the Broncos need another high quality interior linebacker. Kendricks is arguably the best in the draft so getting him here is excellent for John Elway and company.. Linebacker

29. Indianapolis Colts

29. player. 46. Erving sneaks into the first round and will provide an excellent upgrade for their offensive line. He can play pretty much any position and is still growing as a football player, so he can be utilized as needed.. Center. Florida State. Cameron Erving

30. Green Bay Packers

player. 49. A versatile defensive back may be exactly what the Packers defense needs after losing a key contributor in their secondary.. Cornerback. Connecticut. Byron Jones. 30

31. New Orleans Saints (via Seattle Seahawks)

Nelson Agholor. 31. player. 15. The Saints appease Drew Brees by bringing in a wide receiver who is rocketing up draft boards right now. He won’t have Jimmy Graham, but he’ll have another new option.. Wide Receiver. Southern California

32. New England Patriots

Wake Forest. Kevin Johnson. 32. player. 47. The Pats can’t afford to have their secondary fall apart on them, so they secure a talented cornerback to close out the first round.. Cornerback

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