NFL Draft trade roundup: Bills, Cardinals, Saints trades shake up first round

NFL Draft trade roundup: Bills, Cardinals, Saints trades shake up first round

NFL Draft trade roundup: Bills, Cardinals, Saints trades shake up first round

Jackson, the 2016 Heisman Trophy victor, became the the only player in FBS history to rush for at least 1,500 yards and pass for at least 3,500 yards in a season.

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The former Hawkeyes had been forecast as possible first round picks, but both went undrafted throughout the first 32 selections of the 2018 draft at AT&T Stadium in the Dallas area on Thursday. Edmunds is one of the best pass rushers in the draft.

Jackson completed just 57 percent of his passes during his three years at Louisville, throwing for 9,043 yards with 69 touchdown passes against 27 interceptions.

Jackson is an incredibly intriguing quarterback prospect, one that the Baltimore Ravens clearly see value in developing as he works out his kinks as a passer.

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Jackson came back to school last fall heavily criticized for a reigning Heisman victor. But the deal with Baltimore netted Philadelphia no extra picks in 2018 and caused them to move down the board by 20 spots.

Looking at NFL Network analysts' final mock drafts, Mike Mayock and Bucky Brooks each had Jackson going to the Ravens at 16. During his Heisman season, he registered a completion percentage of just 56.2 percent.

Despite the lower completion percentage, Jackson still averaged 8.5 yards per attempt last season. Jackson is a great runner, but also a better pocket quarterback than he got credit for. Similar to Allen at Wyoming, the offensive weapons that helped Jackson burst onto the scene in 2016 all left and made the 2017 much harder.

The Ringer's Mike Lombardi, who is as tied-in to Bill Belichick's way of thinking as any National Football League analyst, says that the Pats really like Jackson likely not enough to give up multiple draft picks.

He went 22-11 as a starting quarterback at Louisville and was a touchdown machine.

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