By Jeremy Martin @Jmartin1982 on May 9, 2014
Round 1 of the NFL Draft is in the books and every team is looking ahead to day two of the draft. There were some great players selected on day one, but there are plenty of good players remaining. On day one of the draft there was plenty of wheeling and dealing, and we can all expect more of the same on day two. So which teams are most likely to make trades on day two? Here are my top five teams that will be making the most moves on day two.
The St. Louis Rams had two first-round picks and made the most of them by getting one of the best offensive linemen and one of the best defensive linemen. What the Rams failed to get was a quarterback, and I believe that happens tonight. If quarterbacks start flying off the board early in round two, look for the Rams to move up and get the eventual replacement for Sam Bradford.
New England surprisingly made no trades in round one of the draft, but don’t expect that to continue. The Patriots love to make deals and get extra draft picks for not only the current draft, but also for future drafts.
The Seattle Seahawks have become the kings of the NFL Draft by making shrewd moves. Seattle was at it again last night, trading out of the first round and picking up an extra pick. Expect Seattle to continue wheeling and dealing in rounds two and three.
No team moved around more last night than the Cleveland Browns. At different times of the draft, Cleveland owned pick Nos. 4, 9, 8, 26 and 22. Cleveland was all over the first round, and I expect more of the same tonight.
The team that could control day two of the draft is the San Francisco 49ers. They have a league-high five draft picks tonight. San Francisco has the firepower to move up or down in the draft depending on how things unfold. I would be shocked if they don’t make some kind of move.
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