The NFL Draft is nearly upon us, and with it the start of free agency.
Here are all the storylines we’re following, along with the projected team of the pick.
The Raiders will take a QB with the 14th overall pick in the draft.
Brett Hundley, Oregon: It’s hard to say, but there are some pretty strong candidates here.
The 6-foot-5, 210-pound Hundler could be a legitimate first-round talent, with NFL Network scouting director Mike Mayock stating, “He’s got the size, he’s got a good arm and he’s a strong quarterback.”
The Raiders would need to add another quarterback if they were to take Hundleys spot at 14, though, and that’s what they’ll be trying to do with the first overall pick.
The Raiders are expected to select Ohio State’s Sam Darnold, who has made a strong impression during the combine and will be an immediate priority.
Tennessee Titans: The Titans will take the most experienced QB on their board.
The Titans selected USC’s Jake Coker in the first round last year, but they didn’t really get the chance to work with him after the draft due to injury.
Tennessee signed him to a three-year, $25 million deal last offseason and he could be an elite NFL quarterback.
Houston Texans: The Texans are going to take the next best QB at this point, as they are projected to take Baylor’s Baker Mayfield in the second round.
Mayfield is a tremendous talent, but the Texans need a quarterback to take over for Ryan Mallett, who was released by the team last week.
Houston has a ton of quarterback options, including Baylor’s Bryce Petty, Ohio State quarterback Cardale Jones and Notre Dame’s DeShone Kizer.
Miami Dolphins: The Dolphins will take UCLA’s Carson Wentz in the third round, a pick that has been rumored for a while now.
The Miami Dolphins also took a look at UCLA’s Josh Rosen earlier this year.
They’ll be relying on Wentz, and if he can make the transition to the NFL, he’ll be a force.
The Dolphins could use a quarterback as well, as many of their young players have struggled with injuries.
Cleveland Browns: The Browns are going with a QB who is projected to go early in the top 20 picks, and they’re going with LSU’s Blake Bortles.
The Browns were very high on Bortls, but now they’re looking to trade up to draft him and grab him with the second pick in this year’s draft.
The Bengals have the best chance of landing him with their first pick, as Cincinnati drafted Bortlings brother Zach to go in the sixth round last season.
The Cincinnati Bengals are projected as the team to take Bortling with the pick, and the team is willing to trade down if they’re able to land the top pick.
Bortlers playmaker Keenan Allen is also projected to be taken with the fourth overall pick, with the Bengals going with Allen and Clemson QB Deshaun Watson.
Los Angeles Chargers: The Chargers will take Alabama’s Deshone Kupp, who the Chargers have been linked to since last year.
The Chargers were a big fan of Kupp last year and are also looking for a QB, but Kupp is projected as a second-round pick.
Kupp has shown he can be a good quarterback, and he’ll help the Chargers win games with his big arm and physical play.
Kopp is also a big-play threat and can score touchdowns.
The Bolts could go after a franchise QB in this draft, and it will depend on what the team needs.
San Francisco 49ers: The 49ers will take Ohio State QB Cardale Bryant in the fourth round, and even if the team misses on Kupp in the seventh round, the 49ers could be looking to get a quarterback in this pick.
Bryant is projected by ESPN as a top-five pick.
He’s got good size, and his arm is a little too long for a pocket passer, so it’s difficult to say he won’t be a QB1 in the NFL.
The 49es also like Florida’s Vernon Adams, a former NFL QB who has been linked with the 49s in the past.
The Seahawks and Rams could be interested in Adams, too.
Jacksonville Jaguars: The Jaguars will take Georgia Tech’s Blake Barnett, who is also expected to go first in this first round.
Barnett is a great athlete, but his lack of experience makes him somewhat of a project.
Barnett has some issues with his arm, though he’s very mobile.
He’ll be able to get his arm in the right place, and while he’s not a great passer, he has a good grasp of the offense.
He has a great attitude, and when he’s on, he can dominate a defense.
Denver Broncos: The Broncos are going for a quarterback at