The 2013 NFL Draft is now less than two weeks away, and news and rumors are flying. Every word and action from an NFL team during this time should be taken with a substantial grain of salt, as every team is putting out smokescreens and trying to keep their actual plans a secret.
With that in mind, here are some notable pieces of information from Monday:
Alabama cornerback Dee Milliner visited the Tennessee Titans on Monday, and will visit with the Kansas City Chiefs on Tuesday. As the top cornerback on the board in this draft class and sixth-rated overall prospect according to SB Nation's Dan Kadar, Milliner probably won't make it to the Titans at 10th overall. He also is probably not an option for the Chiefs with the first overall pick, either.
No one can seem to figure out what the Jets will do with the ninth overall pick, but the team is reportedly quite high on Nassib. They probably won't go for him in the top 10, and he probably won't slide to them in the second round, but if the team decides to move picks for a quarterback, it's probably for Nassib. The team also hosted West Virginia wide receiver Tavon Austin on Monday.
The Arizona Cardinals are hosting Oklahoma offensive tackle Lane Johnson on both Monday and Tuesday. Arizona's offensive line was a disaster in 2012, so their interest in Johnson makes a lot of sense. The Miami Dolphins, on the other hand, have no plans to talk to Johnson.
Wolff could be a second or third-round option for the Texans. Despite signing star safety Ed Reed earlier this offseason, safety is still a long-term position of need due to Reed's age.