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    Would you trade...

    next year's first round pick for another one this year?

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    bigredman Guest

    Re: Would you trade...

    Depends on where that number one is this year and for what player. Have a suggestion?

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    RamsFan16 Guest

    Re: Would you trade...

    Yes I would.

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    Re: Would you trade...

    Depends on the cost.

    In 2005, the Redskins had the ninth overall pick, and then decided to acquire Denver's 25th overall pick by sending the Broncos a 2005 third round pick along with a 2006 first and fourth.

    So, would we trade our third this year and our first and fourth from next year to get an additional first in this year's draft? I dunno.

    Let's say we trade those three picks for a first rounder, and then try to package our two first round picks to move up. We're essentially spending four picks on one player - our two firsts and the third and fourth we traded to get the second first round choice. Is all that worth one guy?

    Would the two firsts this year even be enough to move up, considering Green Bay turned down a deal for two firsts?

    Would we stay at 11 and 20something and select two first round players?

    I guess the answer as to whether I'd make this deal depends on what we'd be doing with those two picks. Because there will definitely be some quality talent ripe for the picking in the first round of 2007, including some very good linebacker and safety prospects.

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    Tony Soprano Guest

    Re: Would you trade...

    You don't make that trade.
    If someone had multiple 1s and they were motivated to deal, at a reduced value, that's one thing. I don't think that will be the case.

    I'd rather see us swap intra-round (move back in a round) and give up a pick (maybe a third) and pick up a 2nd round pick.


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