Trade up to #1??

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After Carolina traded up to #1 with the Bears, they started saying that they would be willing to trade the #1 pick. John Schneider mentioned on Thursday that he had been talking to Carolina on a daily basis, but didn’t know they were moving to #1. Assuming they are still in Constant communication, would you be surprised if Seattle went up to get their Favorite QB?

Obviously I wouldn’t want to deal a bunch of draft capital, but I never put anything past JS and PC. They could make a splash.
 

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On the Seahawks web page there was a statement about a trade with the Commanders going to shake things up.

But I couldn't find any more about it. Weird!
 

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There are no Burrow or Lawrence types in this draft worth doing that for.
 
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On the Seahawks web page there was a statement about a trade with the Commanders going to shake things up.

But I couldn't find any more about it. Weird!
Here is the Article, but we would want more than a 3rd round pick to move back 11 spots.

 

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This sounds like the kind of trade scenario Cowherd would come up with just for kicks (and clicks).
 

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Carolina saying they are willing to trade the pick feels like a wink and a nod to the NFL to drive up conversation and ratings. You don't trade up unless you're going to take a QB.

No matter the external narrative--selling ownership on a trade up to trade down seems like a job killing move.
 

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complete bunkum. What's VERY likely is that we trade back. Gird your loins I'm starting to think that's what's going to happen. The top of this draft is WEAK.
 

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Carolina saying they are willing to trade the pick feels like a wink and a nod to the NFL to drive up conversation and ratings. You don't trade up unless you're going to take a QB.

No matter the external narrative--selling ownership on a trade up to trade down seems like a job killing move.
I think I saw that trade up to #1 only to then trade back out of it in the movie Draft Day. Won’t happen.
 
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