Re: Potential 1st Rnd Draft Day Trades
Originally Posted by tony hipchest
ive seen pitt, nygiants, eagles, and patriots as possible landing spots for paul poz. 15 could be too high but they take a gamble moving down if they really want him and the giants do too. last year it was speculated the giants wanted s. holmes, but were willing to settle for s. moss. i wonder if theres an agreement to make movement between 2 teams, if the giants would have to tell the steelers they werent gonna snag their guy.
I bet there are FO's that are on particularly friendly terms with each other, especially AFC/NFC combo's.
It been rumored that Chicago and New England have a good relationship - but im not sure if that has any real mileage this year.
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