I’d keep Gordon and Kelce.
For me, it isn’t about where you can get players to replace the ones you might not keep, but what is available to you when that pick is available.
8th picks are always tough because you might be fishing for lottery tickets at that point. You already have a proven commodity with Kelce, so you don’t have to worry too much about risk. Yeah, you might get a hidden stud, but you can’t be 100% certain that will do.
Meanwhile Murray’s keeper price is too high and Ware might as well have a Do Not Touch sign on him. You might even be lucky to take Ware off the waiver wires if he slides all the way out of the draft, but then I am a smarky leaguer. Either way, look at what you might be risking versus what you already have on your team.
Don’t let the intrigue of risk undermine your potential too much!