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New Orleans is looking at add a stud defensive player, and it could opt for LSU defensive tackle Glenn Dorsey, a pick that would be enormously popular in that area, or even Ohio State linebacker Vernon Gholston, who would be a terror on the turf in the Superdome.
People who have spoken with the Saints insist the talks are not substantiative, more informal, but the fact that one team has pursued moving up is noteworthy. This year, no team has been willing to move up to Miami's spot at No. 1, even New Orleans. The Saints are unwilling to pay what it would take to satisify the Dolphins or the player picked at No. 1.
Sometime in the first two rounds, Baltimore is expected to draft a quarterback.
Back in Denver
One way or another, Denver now seems intent upon upgrading its running game.
On Thursday, the Broncos will have an even more notable visitor. Illinois running back Rashard Mendenhall, whom NFL Network analyst Mike Mayock has rated as his top back in the draft, is scheduled to arrive in Denver. Mike Shanahan never has drafted a running back in the first round in his time as the Broncos head coach.
And Denver continued trying to find offensive upgrades on Wednesday, reaching agreement with free-agent wide receiver Darrell Jackson on a one-year, $1.5 million deal that also includes another $500,000 in makeable incentives.
» Speaking of wide receivers, anyone else noticed who visited the Eagles last week? Thomas, Texas wide receiver Limas Sweed and Cal's DeSean Jackson. After flirting with wide receiver Randy Moss in free agency and bringing in at least three top receiver prospects last week, it's clear the Eagles would like to upgrade their wideouts.