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    Question and Option at #2

    Guys a question and option at #2 with our pick

    With the talk about a DT (as in Dorsey) at #2 and shifting Carriker back to L-End. Many of you see this as a vailible option.

    I feel a trade down outside the top 6 is also an option because we could grab S. Ellis (who is in many mocks at 9 to the Bengals) at one of those spots. Ellis who was mentioned many times a close prospect to Dorsey and hasn't got the media's attention lately because Dorsey's health was in the spotlight.

    This would also give us more picks for our many holes to fill.

    What do you guys think about that option?

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    Re: Question and Option at #2

    Who would trade up, and why would they trade up?
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    Re: Question and Option at #2

    I'm not liking Ellis nearly as much as Dorsey, but if we trade down that far, he may be the best option for us.

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