Now that free agency is mostly in the bag, it’s time for personnel staffs for all 32 teams to turn their attention to the draft, and try to fill any remaining holes that way. Two teams going in different directions might just make trades ahead of the draft to augment their efforts at the game’s most important position. As I pointed out yesterday, the Raiders just spent nearly $100 million in contract money for Antonio Brown and Tyrell Williams, two of the NFL’s best speed receivers. But they have a quarterback in Derek Carr who struggles to maintain consistently on deep throws. Oklahoma’s Kyler Murray is the most effective deep thrower in the draft, and he has a ton of other attributes. The Giants are… well, we don’t really know what the heck general manager Dave Gettleman is up to, but we do know that he’ll have to replace Eli Manning sooner than later. Preferably sooner.