2016 NFL Mock Draft: All-time New Orleans Saints players edition

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player. 55. <p>The Steelers’ offense has the weaponry to be the most explosive in the league even with the loss of Martavis Bryant. They have Ben Roethlisberger, Le’veon Bell, Antonio Brown, and now Ladarius Green. No defense is going to want to deal with that. The only problem is that their offensive line is incomplete. Kelvin Beachum went down early last year with an ACL injury and he signed with Jacksonville in free agency. Alejandro Villanueva who replaced him struggled the whole year, which isn’t surprising when you consider he has been an offensive tackle for about one season. When Roethlisberger went down last season, the whole offense struggled. Jim Dombrowski gives them a solid protector on the blind side.</p>. OT. Virginia. Jim Dombrowski. 25

36. <p>The Seahawks desperately need an upgrade on the offensive line. Last year, Russell Wilson was hit and sacked a tremendous amount of times. How did Seattle respond to that in the offseason? They let their best lineman in Russell Okung and starting guard J.R. Sweezy walk. They followed that up by signing Bradley Sowell, a journeyman tackle who was horrendous when playing in Arizona. Stan Brock immediately gives them a massive upgrade and a rock solid player for them to lean on as they begin to rebuild the offensive line.</p>. OT. Colorado. Stan Brock. 26. player

DE. San Diego State. Jim Wilks. 27. player. 49. <p>The Packers would consider a wide receiver at this juncture, but none seemed worth taking, especially when they have needs on defense. Mike Daniels was excellent on their defensive line last season, but the rest of the group left plenty to be desired. Datone Jones has done little to show why he was a first-round pick a few years ago. Jim Wilks brings the ability to play 5-technique and nose tackle at a high level.</p>

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