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I thought I’d do something different in this Mock… I’m adding some trades.  I’m going to push some trades, so not all are very realistic, but hey… if your going to mock 1 trade might as well mock 10!  Why not, it’s just for fun anyway!  I’m only doing 1 round, so lets get to it… to it… to it………. ‘here we go’

ROUND 1

1. Indianapolis Colts: Andrew Luck – QB – Stanford
What!?  NO TRADE!  THIS IS LAME

*TRADE! (The Browns move up 2 spots and gives up next years 1st, this years 2nd and next years 4th to the Rams)
2. Cleveland Browns: Robert Griffin III – QB – Baylor
QB of the future!

3. Minnesota Vikings: Matt Kalil – OT – USC
Yawn


*TRADE! (The Rams move back 2 spots and get  next years 1st, this years 2nd and next years 4th from the Browns)
4. St. Louis Rams: Justin Blackmon – WR – Oklahoma State
Bradford to Blackmon, TOUCHDOWN!

*TRADE! (The Seahawks move up 7 spots and give up next years 1st and this years 2nd to the Buccaneers)
5. Seattle Seahawks: Ryan Tannehill – QB – Texas A&M  
Jackson is no more!

6. Washington Redskins: Morris Claiborne – CB – LSU
Caught off guard, Washington gets the best defensive player in the draft

7. Jacksonville Jaguars: Michael Floyd – WR – Notre Dame
Thought I’d mix it up… lets give Gabbert a weapon now.

*TRADE! (The Bengals moves up 13 spots and gives up a 1st next year and a 3rd this year to the Dolphins)
8. Cincinnati Bengals: Trent Richardson – RB – Alabama
Bengals now can use playaction

9. Carolina Panthers: Dontari Poe – NT – Memphis
Just makes sence

*TRADE! (The Cardinals move up 3 spots and give up this years 3rd to the Bills)
10. Arizona Cardinals: Riley Reiff – OT – Iowa  
Finally they fix their oline!

11. Kansas City Chiefs: Luke Kuechly – ILB – Boston College
They settle for Kuechly….lol

*TRADE! (The Buccaneers move down 7 spots, and get next years 1st and this years 2nd from the Seahawks)
12. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Dre Kirkpatrick – CB – Alabama
Tampa still gets a much needed corner

*TRADE! (The Bills move down 3 spots and get a 3rd this year from the Cardinals)
13. Buffalo Bills: Jonathan Martin – OT – Stanford
Fills a need

*TRADE! (The Chargers move up 4 spots, and get this years 3rd from the Cowboys)
14. San Diego ChargersQuinton Coples – DE – North Carolina
San Diego goes after the most gifted pass rusher in the draft

15. Philadelphia Eagles:
Michael Brockers – DT – LSU
Boring…..

16. New York Jets:  Melvin Ingram – DE – South Carolina
Pass rushers starting to go.


17. Cincinnati Bengals from Oak: David DeCastro – G – Stanford 
DeCastro and Richardson!?  What just happened?

*TRADE! (The Cowboys move down 4 spots and get this years 3rd from the Chargers)
18. Dallas Cowboys: Janoris Jenkins – CB – North Alabama
Cowboys get their ex gator!

*TRADE! (The Packers move up 9 spots and give up this years 3rd and 5th to the Bears)
19. Green Bay Packers: Courtney Upshaw – DE/OLB – Alabama
Paired up with Clay for a pass rushing attack!

20. Tennessee Titans: Cordy Glenn – G – Georgia
Titans look to create some push on the Oline

*TRADE! (The Dolphins moves down 13 spots and gets a 1st next year and a 3rd this year from The Bengals)
21. Miami Dolphins: Nick Perry – DE/OLB – USC
Passrusher opposite Wake

22. Cleveland Browns from Atl: Whitney Mercilus – DE – Illinois
And the rush on passrushers is complete.

*TRADE! (The Lions trade this pick to the Rams for next years 1st and this years 3rd)
23. St. Louis Rams:
Mike Adams – OT – Ohio State
With 2 first next year the Rams move one to get Bradford some protection

24. Pittsburgh Steelers: Kendall Wright – WR – Baylor
Mike Wallace is gone

*TRADE (The 49ers move up 5 spots and give up this years 3rd to the Broncos)
25.
San Francisco 49ers: Alshon Jeffery – WR – South Carolina  
They want to upgrade their receiving core

26. Houston Texans: Mark Barron – SS – Alabama
Missed out on Jeffery, they fill a need.

27. New England Patriots from NO: Harrison Smith – SS – Notre Damn 
Defense defense defense

*TRADE! ( The Bears move down 9 spots and get this years 3rd and 5th from the Packers)
28. Chicago Bears: Stephen Hill – WR – Georgia Tech
Cuter gets a big target

29. Baltimore Ravens: Dont’a Hightower – ILB – Alabama
Young Linebackers, hip hip

*TRADE! (The Broncos move back 5 spots and get this years 3rd from the 49ers)
30.
Denver Broncos: Fletcher Cox – DT – Mississippi State
Broncos still get their man

*TRADE! (Well Kind of – Restricted Free Agent Mike Wallace – WR goes to New England for their 1st)
31 Pittsburgh Steelers:
Devon Still – DT – Penn State
Youth on defense

32. New York Giants: Doug Martin – RB – Boise St.
Running back help


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