NEW YORK -- NFL teams regrouped overnight to assess which players remain on their draft boards and which position groups were hit the hardest heading into Day 2 of the 2011 NFL Draft.
The draft's first round saw 12 defensive linemen and eight offensive linemen go in the first 32 picks, meaning the highest-graded players remaining aren't likely at those positions. There are still as many as eight teams in search of a quarterback, but only three worthy of a Day 2 selection. I expect a number of teams to trade up in Round 2 to grab a quarterback, or risk losing out and hoping free agency and trading is back on the table.
Once again, the New England Patriots are the power brokers of Day 2. Without taking possible trades into consideration, here's a look at the second and third rounds: