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2020 NFL Draft: 1 Trade That Makes Sense for Each Team

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No fluff, no B.S. Download the B/R app and watch starting Thursday, April 23, at 8 p.m. ET.Cardinals trade Round 1 Pick in 2020 Draft (No. 8 Overall) and Round 4 Pick in 2020 (No. 114 Overall) to Tampa Bay Buccaneers for Round 1 Pick in 2020 (No. 14 Overall) and Round 2 Pick in 2020 (No. 45 Overall)The Cardinals have already made some hay in the trade market in 2020—a massive bale of it, in fact.Getting wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins from the Houston Texans (along with a fourth-round pick) for tailback David Johnson and a second-round pick (as well as a fourth-round pick) was a steal—a move that greatly increases Kyler Murray's chances of a big second-year leap under center.But losing that Round 2 selection puts a Redbirds team that still has holes to fill behind the eight ball a little on draft day. And if Clemson linebacker Isaiah Simmons somehow falls that far, Dimitroff might faint.The Falcons would have options here, and it shouldn't cost them a fortune to move up seven spots.Ravens Trade Round 1 Pick in 2020 Draft (No. 28 Overall) to Miami Dolphins for Round 2 Pick in 2020 Draft (No. 39 Overall) and Round 1 Pick in 2021 Draft (from Houston)On one hand, the Baltimore Ravens had great success the last time the team traded up in the first round of the NFL draft. If a team moves into the top three to select a quarterback, then Ohio State corner Jeff Okudah and Clemson linebacker Isaiah Simmons will both be there at No. 4.Either would be an impact addition in Charlotte, but neither may make it to seventh overall.Bears Trade Round 2 Pick in 2020 (No. 50 Overall) to New England Patriots for Round 3 Pick in 2020 (No. 87 Overall), Round 3 Pick in 2020 (No. 100 Overall) and Round 4 Pick in 2020 (No. 125 Overall)It's pretty unlikely that Bears general manager Ryan Pace will trade back into the first round of the 2020 draft. And he's under contract through the 2021 season for a relatively reasonable amount.That should appeal to a team like the Seattle Seahawks that badly needs help off the edge—especially if Jadeveon Clowney signs elsewhere.Browns Trade Round 3 Pick (No. 74 Overall) in 2020 and Round 5 Pick in 2021 to Washington Redskins for OT Trent WilliamsAh, Trent Williams to Cleveland—the trade rumor that just won't die.There has been speculation connecting Williams to the Browns dating back to the 2019 season, and there are still plenty of draftniks envisioning deals that would land the Pro Bowl tackle by the shores of Lake Erie.The biggest sticking point here probably isn't draft-pick compensation—given how badly the Browns need a left tackle, they would probably be willing to part with a second-rounder in a vacuum for the seven-time Pro Bowler.The bigger bugaboo is a contract extension for a 31-year-old with an injury history who didn't play a snap in 2019. But if all it takes is a pick in the second half of Day 2 and a late-rounder in 2021, Browns GM Andrew Berry would likely find the cash.It's a deal that would open up a lot more options for the Browns at No. 10 overall—including a trade back to stockpile more draft capital.Cowboys Trade Round 3 Pick in 2020 (No. 82 Overall) to Cincinnati Bengals for OC Billy Price and Round 5 Pick in 2020 (No. 147 Overall)There are certain constants in the NFL, even is an offseason as weird as the 2020 one has been. The team that has been the subject of all sorts of speculation in regard to a trade back will probably stand pat and take the best defensive player in this class.But Young is probably headed to Washington one pick before Detroit goes on the clock, and the Lions have holes to fill on both sides of the ball.With three picks in the first round this year, no team is better-positioned to move up in Round 1 than the Miami Dolphins, who also happen to be in the market for a new quarterback.This ensures the Dolphins get their pick of the passers not named Joe Burrow, while the Lions get a second first-rounder for the modest cost of a two-pick drop.Packers Trade Round 1 Pick in 2020 (No. 30 Overall) and Round 2 Pick in 2020 (No. 62 Overall) to Jacksonville Jaguars for Round 1 Pick in 2020 (No. 20 Overall)As Sheil Kapadia wrote recently at The Athletic, we know a couple of things about the Packers. The Cardinals dangled Peterson last offseason—and per Jeremy Cluff of the Arizona Republic, the Chiefs were front and center in that trade speculation.A suspension put the kibosh on those negotiations, but one year later there are still reasons for both teams to get back to talking turkey.Raiders Trade Round 1 Pick in 2020 (No. 12 Overall), Round 3 Pick in 2020 (No. 80 Overall) and Round 3 Pick in 2021 Draft to Carolina Panthers for Round 1 Pick in 2020 (No. 7 Overall)Had the COVID-19 pandemic not thrown the world into chaos and turned sports on its head, the Raiders would have begun their tenure in Las Vegas with a hometown draft, two first-rounders and a boatload of buzz.There's still a decent chance the Raiders will generate the latter by moving up in this year's festivities—provided that a condition or two is met.The Raiders were aggressive in free agency, but there are still holes on the roster—holes that could be filled in a big way by a top-10 pick. Courtesy of the trade that brought cornerback Jalen Ramsey to L.A., the Rams (as things stand now) won't make another until at least 2022.The Rams do at least now have two second-round picks, but after an offseason that included the loss and/or release of Todd Gurley, Brandin Cooks, Dante Fowler, Cory Littleton and Clay Matthews, they aren't parting with either selection.However, for the relatively low cost of a fourth-rounder, the Rams could (in theory) grab a third selection inside the top 75.That could help the team's odds of filling all those holes.Dolphins Trade Round 1 Pick in 2020 (No. 5 Overall), Round 1 Pick in 2020 (No. 18 Overall), Round 1 Pick in 2020 (No. 26 Overall) and Round 2 Pick in 2021 to Cincinnati Bengals for Round 1 Pick in 2020 (No. 1 Overall)This piece has already featured one trade involving the Dolphins moving up to draft a quarterback. Rosen's first two seasons in the NFL have been a disaster—he was thrown to the wolves on a terrible Arizona Cardinals team in 2018 before being traded to the Miami Dolphins and struggling in limited action in 2019.Still, Rosen was the 10th overall pick for a reason, and the last reclamation project the Saints undertook (Teddy Bridgewater) was a resounding success.With Rosen under contract through at least 2021 and the Dolphins likely to part with him on the cheap if they draft a quarterback this year, it makes more than a little sense for Mickey Loomis and the Saints to look into acquiring another fixer-upper under center.Giants Trade Round 1 Pick in 2021 and Round 3 Pick in 2020 (No. 99 Overall) to Miami Dolphins for Round 1 Pick in 2019 (No. 18 Overall)This article has already outlined a move in which the Giants slide back a couple of slots, add a Day 2 pick and still get the player they wanted with the sixth overall pick. The trade that brought Darius Slay to the City of Brotherly Love addressed the team's hole at cornerback, but the Iggles still need wide receiver help in the worst way.The class of 2020 at that position is deep, but if there's a mid-round run and/or a pass-catcher is there the Eagles have ranked higher than most, it's worth a compensatory third-rounder to make sure that Philly gets Carson Wentz the right weapon.Steelers Trade Round 2 Pick in 2020 (No. 49 Overall), Round 3 Pick in 2020 (No. 102 Overall) and Round 4 Pick in 2020 (No. 124 Overall) to Detroit Lions for Round 2 Pick in 2020 (No. 35 Overall)ESPN's Dan Orlovsky recently said on Get Up (via Noah Strackbein of Sports Illustrated) that he'd like to see the Steelers trade back into the first round to take a run at Utah State quarterback Jordan Love."I want to see the Pittsburgh Steelers find a way to get back into the middle of the first round, if Jordan Love falls, and draft him," Orlovsky said. Lynch, on the other hand, could add a second-round selection—without sacrificing his two-fer on the draft's first day.Seahawks Trade Round 2 Pick in 2020 (No. 64 Overall) to Washington Redskins for OT Trent WilliamsYep. Another trade involving Trent Williams—and we haven't even gotten to the Redskins yet.The reality is that there may not be a veteran player more likely to be traded as the NFL draft gets rolling on April 23 than Williams. It's an annual occurrence—as the first round winds down, teams picking early on Day 2 jostle to move up and grab a player they covet.The Browns are one of the teams that fit the bill here—Cleveland has a top-10 pick in the second round, an extra third-rounder to use as trade ammunition, a history of making moves in the draft and needs at positions like safety and linebacker that could be addressed at the back end of the first round.Redskins Trade Round 1 Pick in 2020 (No. 2 Overall) to Los Angeles Chargers for Round 1 Pick in 2020 (No. 6 Overall, Round 2 Pick in 2020 (No. 37 Overall), Round 4 Pick in 2020 (No. 112 Overall) and Round 1 Pick in 2021 We'll forgo yet another trade involving Trent Williams here for a scenario that Redskins fans find intriguing and/or unnerving, depending on who you ask and what day it is.The sort of blockbuster that it would ostensibly take to get the Redskins to trade the Chase Young pick—a move that would be the best thing that's happened to the Detroit Lions since approximately ever.The Miami Dolphins are better-positioned to pull this off, but they have been featured in so many trade scenarios here that fans of the team are getting vertigo.

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