ASFN Consultant and Senior Writer
- Jan 7, 2003
- Reaction score
- Orlando, FL
There‘s quite a bit of speculation about the Cards trading their first pick. I oppose that. However, I‘d be on board with trading their second round pick, especially if they don‘t pick up one from trading Hopkins, for example. Moving down in round 2 would not mean the Cards passing on a unique player. With the Cards having so many holes there are they could fill 2 holes for the price of one. Typically coming up would be a team that had a strong feeling about a specific player. It could be someone from a short pool, like WR or RB or a deep pool at a critical position, like CB or Edge. What they could get depends on how badly the player is wanted. If the Cards get lucky, Cleveland might offer 43 & 99, maybe the Cards give back a 6th. Perhaps Washington gives up 48 & 98. These scenarios are not locks, but it‘s worth asking.