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How free agency has changed the 2016 NFL Draft

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Mocking the Draft

Mocking the Draft

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On this week's Mocking the Draft, we take a look at how free agency has changed the 2016 NFL Draft. Hosts Matthew Fairburn of the Syracuse Media Group and Dan Kadar of SB Nation debate the biggest veteran moves and how the draft's outlook seems to change by the day. Among the biggest moves was quarterback Brock Osweiler signing with the Houston Texans.  What does that mean for Houston's plans in the first round, and does it mean Osweiler's former team the Denver Broncos should draft a quarterback early?

One of the other big chips out there is San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick. It's expected he'll be on a new team next season, but does that mean whichever team lands him should pass on a quarterback?

We also look at some of the notable pro days that have happened, including a reportedly stellar showing by Penn State's Christian Hackenbenberg. We also answer a few listener questions to close the show

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