The 2014 NFL Draft (May 8-10) represents a prime opportunity for teams to shore up positions of need with an injection of fresh young talent. As Day 1 in Radio City Music Hall draws closer, Elliot Harrison is taking a division-by-division look at the draft priorities of all 32 teams in the league. Click on each division for the complete breakdown.Bears: Safety is a glaring weakness.
» Detroit Lions: Division's big-time receivers pose a threat.
» Green Bay Packers: Looking for a good tight end.
» Minnesota Vikings: Will Blake Bortles be the man in Minnesota?
Click here for full analysis of the NFC North.
Ravens: Déjà vu in Round 1? New year, same priority.
» Cincinnati Bengals: Bradley Roby would provide crucial CB boost.
» Cleveland Browns: A pitch-and-catch combo in the first round?
» Pittsburgh Steelers: Antonio Brown needs support out wide.
Click here for full analysis of the AFC North.
Falcons: Plotting a move for Jadeveon Clowney?
» Carolina Panthers: Cam Newton needs someone to throw to.
» New Orleans Saints: Receiver class too tempting to resist.
» Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Add a wideout for now -- and the future.
Click here for full analysis of the NFC South.
Texans: Trading the No. 1 pick makes plenty of sense.
» Indianapolis Colts: Limited selections = best-available approach.
» Jacksonville Jaguars: Johnny Manziel fits the bill in every way.
» Tennessee Titans: Deep cornerback draft bodes well for this club.
Click here for full analysis of the AFC South.
Cowboys: Defense needs a major boost in the back end.
» New York Giants: Eric Ebron can be Eli Manning's safety blanket.
» Philadelphia Eagles: Chip Kelly must replace DeSean Jackson.
» Washington Redskins: How about an injection of youth at safety?
Click here for full analysis of the NFC East.
Bills: Could Anthony Barr make them contenders?
» Miami Dolphins: Offensive line sorely needs help.
» New England Patriots: Run defense was Achilles' heel in 2013.
» New York Jets: Wanted: Legitimate outside receiving threat.
Click here for full analysis of the AFC East.
Cardinals: Dee Ford would boost pass rush.
» St. Louis Rams: Poised for a golden opportunity.
» San Francisco 49ers: Their move at No. 30 is anyone's guess.
» Seattle Seahawks: Looking to buoy title defense.
Click here for full analysis of the NFC West.
Broncos: John Elway and Co. should keep building D.
» Kansas City Chiefs: Make the most of Alex Smith's prime.
» Oakland Raiders: GM Reggie McKenzie is a man with many needs.
» San Diego Chargers: Kyle Fuller would address a weakness.
Click here for full analysis of the AFC West.
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