NFL Network’s 2014 NFL Draft Coverage — Mike Mayock’s Mock Draft & NFL Media Insider Mike Silver Live Inside Rams War Room During Draft

NFL Network Analyst Mike Mayock’s Mock Draft – Jadeveon Clowney to the Texans at No. 1 & Johnny Manziel to the Cowboys at No. 16

NFL Media Insider Mike Silver Reporting Live from Inside Rams War Room During Draft

NFL Network’s Coverage Kicks off at 1:00 PM ET, Red Carpet at 6:00 PM ET & First Round at 8:00 PM ET

NFL Network draft analyst Mike Mayock unveiled his first – and only – mock draft of the year last night on Mayock’s 2014 Mock Draft.

To view Mayock’s 2014 NFL Mock Draft, visit:

http://on.nfl.com/1kZTN19

NFL Network’s 2014 NFL Draft coverage kicks off today at 1:00 PM ET with 2014 NFL Draft Kickoff, featuring NFL Network’s Melissa Stark and host of The Insider Kevin Frazier live from the Red Carpet providing interviews with each of the 30 prospects attending at 6:00 PM ET. Coverage of the first round begins at 8:00 PM ET.

NFL Media Insider Mike Silver will be reporting from St. Louis where he will have unprecedented access to the Rams for the first round of the draft. Silver will interview head coach Jeff Fisher and other key Rams executives live from inside the war room at points during the first round. The Rams hold the second and 13th picks entering tonight’s first round.

NFL Network’s coverage is highlighted by a record-high 16 team war room cameras, including the Houston Texans, St. Louis Rams and Jacksonville Jaguars.

NFL Network Analyst Mike Mayock’s 2014 NFL Mock Draft

1. Houston Texans                  Jadeveon Clowney     DE       South Carolina

2. St. Louis Rams                   Greg Robinson            OT       Auburn

3. Jacksonville Jaguars          Khalil Mack                 OLB     Buffalo

4. Cleveland Browns               Jake Matthews           OT       Texas A&M

5. Oakland Raiders                 Sammy Watkins         WR      Clemson

6. Atlanta Falcons                   Taylor Lewan              OT       Michigan

7. Tampa Bay Buccaneers     Mike Evans                 WR      Texas A&M

8. Minnesota Vikings               Justin Gilbert               CB       Oklahoma State

9. Buffalo Bills                         Zack Martin                 OT       Notre Dame

10. Detroit Lions                      Darqueze Dennard     CB       Michigan State

11. Tennessee Titans              Blake Bortles               QB       Central Florida

12. New York Giants              Eric Ebron                   TE       North Carolina

13. St. Louis Rams                 Odell Beckham           WR      LSU

14. Chicago Bears                  Calvin Pryor                FS       Louisville

15. Pittsburgh Steelers            Kyle Fuller                   CB       Virginia Tech

16. Dallas Cowboys                Johnny Manziel           QB       Texas A&M

17. Baltimore Ravens             C.J. Mosley                 ILB       Alabama

18. New York Jets                  Brandin Cooks            WR      Oregon State

19. Miami Dolphins                 Cyrus Kouandjio         OT       Alabama

20. Arizona Cardinals              Anthony Barr               OLB     UCLA

21. Green Bay Packers          Ryan Shazier              OLB     Ohio State

22. Philadelphia Eagles           Ha Ha Clinton-Dix       FS       Alabama

23. Kansas City Chiefs           Marqise Lee                WR      USC

24. Cincinnati Bengals            Aaron Donald              DT       Pittsburgh

25. San Diego Chargers         Bradley Roby              CB       Ohio State

26. Cleveland Browns             Teddy Bridgewater     QB       Louisville

27. New Orleans Saints          Kelvin Benjamin          WR      Florida State

28. Oakland Raiders*             Derek Carr                  QB       Fresno State

29. New England Patriots       Jace Amaro                TE       Texas Tech

30. San Francisco 49ers         Stephon Tuitt               DE       Notre Dame

31. Denver Broncos                Jason Verrett              CB       TCU

32. Seattle Seahawks         Stanley Jean-Baptiste     CB       Nebraska

*Projected trade with Carolina Panthers

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