Chris Harris hopes Broncos don’t draft a QB at No. 5

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Game Christian Yelich Jersey The Broncos are seen as one of the teams that could select a quarterback in the first round of this year’s draft, but one of the team’s current stars hopes they move in a different direction.
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Cornerback Chris Harris spoke to reporters on Tuesday and made his case for the team to look elsewhere when they are on the clock with the fifth overall pick on Thursday. With Case Keenum on board at quarterback, Harris wants someone who can play right away.

I have a lot of faith in Eli, Raines said. How many Super Bowls has he taken us to? How many MVPs does he have in the Super Bowl? I’m not worried about him.

It was hard to find anyone who thought taking a running back with the No. 2 selection was not the right move. Not when his name is Saquon Barkley. Since 2012, the Giants have used five of their six first-round picks on offensive players. Only wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. has gone to the Pro Bowl. Barkley could be next.

Barkley is the guy they need, Raines said. We need more guys like [Phil] Simms, Taylor, [Carl] Banks and [Michael] Strahan. Those were the guys that had blue in their blood. I think Barkley Jake Rudock Authentic Jersey does, too.Even the Jets’ notoriously tough fans couldn’t boo Sam Darnold.

Gang Green fans jeering their picks has become a rite of passage. But with the draft in Arlington, Texas, MetLife Stadium hosted both Jets and Giants fans in a draft party Thursday night. And the Gang Green fans erupted in actual real-live cheers when their team picked Darnold third overall.

USC has also had the most first-round picks of any school since 1967, when the AFL and NFL combined their drafts. USC has had 69 first-round picks. Ohio State is next with 64, Miami has had 60, and no other school has had even 50 first-round picks in the common draft era.

The draft is about measurables and nobody has them better than Josh Allen at 6-foot-5 and 230 pounds, Aikman said, after Buffalo’s selection. He has a rocket for an arm. I was at his Pro Day, I saw him throw it 80 yards. So that excites everybody. He’s able to make a lot of throws. When I watched him, he was great on his initial reads and when he could drive the ball he was really good. He struggled a little bit when he had to lay it in. When he had to get to his second or third receivers, it was a little problematic.