The 2018 NFL Draft is right around the corner. 1 and 4 in the first round of the draft on April 26 because General Manager John Dorsey will still have seven more picks to spend - three of them in the second round on April 27. But there has been a growing buzz that Allen has closed the gap, especially after Sports Illustrated cited an unnamed "friend of Dorsey" predicting the Wyoming QB will be picked by the Browns.
What could those trades look like? Five trades have already gone down and don't count toward this total.
These are not predictions. All are savvy veterans who have been in the league for a good amount of time, but Gruden is adamant about creating competition among his players, and adding some young blood to both groups could do just that.
However, if the Giants are in love with a quarterback, which one is it? Your first pick has to set the tone.
The Browns front office won't spend too long patting each other on the back after picking Nos. You can have as many picks as you'd like, if you don't use them appropriately, the draft is useless.
Saquon Barkley (RB - Penn State)Naysayers of Barkley's game have been vocal over this past year, and not without ammunition for their campaign.
There's also a sense that at least one of the players in this draft class could become an All-Pro talent at the position, which has inevitably ignited heated debates. Others believe the opposite, however, as they've instead accepted defense and quarterback play as their foundations.
On concerns teams might have about him handling the media in NY: "I don't think it's going to be an issue at all, and I think people kind of have that preconceived notion of a small-town school coming to a big market".
Buffalo wants to select a quarterback in the first round of the 2018 draft, and they've effectively positioned themselves to do so thus far.
Now I am one that would prefer to see the Cleveland Browns not trade down if possible. Nassib is now superfluous, but he fits the Lions needs well.
And so it went for almost 30 minutes as Dorsey, who was hired in December to fix a franchise mired in losing, offered few clues on what he intends to do with either of his first-round picks.
Taking a quarterback and then either Fitzpatrick or Ward immediately makes left tackle the Browns most pressing need.
Roquan Smith won't be the only Bulldog in attendance at the first round of the National Football League draft next week in Arlington, Texas. "Throughout the entire process, I just had a really good support cast around me". The next day, they will have picks 33, 35 and 64 in Round 2.