Arizona-Broderick Binns-LB: Binns played DE at Iowa, but he is a hard worker and might be able to stick somewhere in that hybrid defense they run.
Atlanta-Dominique Davis-QB: Davis gets to play with Matt Ryan again. They say he could be vying for the 3rd string job, but with his size and athleticism, I wonder if they will think of converting him to WR.
Baltimore-Bobby Rainey-RB: Rainey is quick and compact, so he could be a good change of pace back for the Ravens.
Cincinnati-Vontaze Burfict-LB: A little surprising to see Burfict fall all the way out of the draft. Less so to see Cincy bring him in considering his baggage. He could be really good if they can get his head on straight.
Dallas-Lance Dunbar-RB: Dunbar was productive in college as a rusher and fairly so as a receiver. The chance is there for him to make the roster.
Denver-Coryell Judie-CB: A little surprised that Judie didn't get drafted. Not a lot of big time tape on him and he did miss several games last year.
Detroit-Patrick Edwards-WR: Overcame a horrific injury three years ago to have a pretty productive career. He is on the small side though.
Houston-Case Keenum-QB: With Leinart gone to Oakland, there is a chance that Keenum could latch on as the 3rd stringer.
Houston-Jason Ford-RB: Ill-used at Illinois. Could latch on as a goal-line back.
NYJ-G.J. Kinne-QB: Productive and accurate QB, albeit in a spread system.
Philly-Chris Polk-RB: Solid, but unspectacular runner who does a good job of protecting the football.
St Louis-Austin Davis-QB: Accurate and productive passer who could end up being a good #2 someday.
Washington-Chase Minnifield-CB: Good bloodlines and good tackler who could wind up as a nickel or dime backer.