Draft rumors: Dalton to visit Vikings, others


Updated Wednesday, March 23
TCU quarterback Andy Dalton told NFL Network's Rich Eisen that he is scheduled to visit with the Vikings, as well as the 49ers, Bengals, Redskins and Vikings, and will work out for the Bears, Browns, Chiefs, Patriots, as well as the Bengals and Titans. With the lockout hampering the Vikings' ability to acquire a veteran QB, the team is taking a look at draft-eligible passers the *Minneapolis Star Tribune* reports. **More ...**


Updated Wednesday, March 23
The Chargers had the top-ranked defense in 2010, but could the team be looking for some help on defense in the upcoming draft? The San Diego Union-Tribune's Kevin Acee joined NFL Network's "Path to the Draft" to talk about where the Chargers could be looking with the 18th pick in the draft. One name that continues to come up is Purdue DE Ryan Kerrigan's. **More ...**


Updated Wednesday, March 23
The Dolphins will hold a private workout with Auburn quarterback Cam Newton this weekend, a source with knowledge of the situation told NFL.com's Steve Wyche. Following his workout with Miami's staff, the 2010 Heisman Trophy winner will travel to Buffalo for interviews with the Bills' brass, according to the source. **More ...**


Updated Wednesday, March 23
Missouri quarterback Blaine Gabbert held a private workout with the Cardinals at his school Wednesday, a source with knowledge of the situation told NFL.com's Steve Wyche. The Cardinals' official website reported that team owner Bill Bidwill, president Michael Bidwill, general manager Rod Graves, coach Ken Whisenhunt and director of player personnel Steve Keim flew to Columbia, Mo. to meet with Gabbert. **More ...**


Updated Wednesday, March 23
Cowboys owner Jerry Jones said Tuesday that he has received two offers from NFL teams interested in trading up for Dallas' No. 9 overall draft pick, the *Fort Worth Star-Telegram* reported. Jones said the Cowboys aren't sure what they'll do with the pick in next month's draft, though he and coach Jason Garrett have said the team's needs include both lines and the secondary. **More ...**


Updated Wednesday, March 23
With so many teams desperately seeking quarterback help in this year's draft, the Browns -- who hold the No. 6 overall pick -- might be open to trade down from their lofty perch to acquire additional selections, the Cleveland Plain Dealer reports. "This draft might fall kind of funny because of the quarterbacks," team president Mike Holmgren told the Plain Dealer. **More ...**


Updated Tuesday, March 22
The Panthers -- who hold the No. 1 overall selection in the draft -- have glaring needs at quarterback, wide receiver, tight end, both lines and in the secondary. That puts quarterbacks Blaine Gabbert and Cam Newton in the mix for the Panthers, along with any of the dynamic defensive linemen and wideouts A.J. Green of Georgia and Julio Jones of Alabama. **More ...**

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