The Seahawks did it for Bruce Irvin last year. They wanted to jump in front of the Niners to make sure they couldn't draft him.I don't think teams would want to trade up for a 15th pick. I could see maybe a high 20's team, but we would have to get their first and 2nd in return.
especially if Jarvis Jones drops to 15I think Rams, Vikings, Ravens and Texans may want to move up to the 15th spot. I could even see Cinci move up considering they have 2 2nd round picks. Maybe we could give them our 1st for their 1st and 2nd or their 2nd 2nd and 3rd. They really need a WR 2 and MLB.
It differs from the norm yes but we are also in the middle of a scheme switch and need to add an influx of youth to this team.I mean every year, every single year this forum is flooded with trade down scenarios for us in the first round.
How often have we traded down in the first round under Loomis and Payton? How often have we traded up in the first round under Loomis and Payton?
Which is more likely? Really folks
I think a deep draft makes it a less likely scenario considering no one would have the need to trade up.It differs from the norm yes but we are also in the middle of a scheme switch and need to add an influx of youth to this team.
The combination of a deep draft and a need for picks to help ease a defensive transition makes a trade back a very likely scenario.
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