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    Denver to switch picks with Jags.. Need an Espn Insider!


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    its on alot of sites, denver trades 12 and 3rd up for #8 and drafts a Qb.
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    Quote Originally Posted by swankattack86 View Post
    its on alot of sites, denver trades 12 and 3rd up for #8 and drafts a Qb.
    Or B.J. Raji or whatever it is.

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    Quote Originally Posted by broooks77 View Post
    Or B.J. Raji or whatever it is.
    Yeha but the point of the trade acording to most mocks is to move up past the 49er and take a Qb. I would much rather see them trade up for a better player like BJ or Curry or Orakpo.
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    These are just rumors right?

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    What a misleading title. They say, "Broncos to swap picks with Jags?" But since there is a question mark, its not true. Then there will probably be no sources and it will just be speculation. They just want to get your money by misleading you with their titles.
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    I doubt we will be trading up at all. I will be super pissed if we do. Chances are we stay put or trade down.

    Before the offsesason started x and mcd said they wanted to acquire more picks, yes they did accomplish that somewhat by the jay trade, but i feel the only time we will trade up is in the 2nd or 3rd to get someone who should not have fallen that far...

    The first round. Not so much. Or at all!
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    Quote Originally Posted by DaChAmPiShErE24 View Post
    These are just rumors right?
    Yeah, just a mockers "likely to happen" kinda thing.
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    I wouldn't mind trading our 12 and a 3rd to get a guy like Raji or Orakpo or Curry...total waste if we use it on a QB tho.

    But it's just a rumor. Probably not going to happen.
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    I would totally be cool with trading up if it meant getting Raji. Then we could draft Ayers at 18! Our defense would be drastically better with these two picks.

    Of course I would be stoaked with getting Sanchez at 8 and Brace in the second too! I hope this happens.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DaChAmPiShErE24 View Post
    These are just rumors right?
    That is all ESPN Insider is

    If there is a real story it would be on the front page of their website.

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    Broncos to swap picks with Jags?
    Mike Klis of the Denver Post took a look at his handy draft value chart, and noticed that there could be a great way for the Denver Broncos to ensure that they get "their guy" in the first round: a trade with the Jacksonville Jaguars.
    The Jags' first pick is at No. 8 overall, which has a value on the chart equal to 1400 points. The Broncos are slotted to make their first selection at No. 12, a pick that has 1200 points. But the Broncos are in possession of some extra picks thanks to the Jay Cutler trade, and could sacrifice the No. 79 overall selection, a pick that charts out to 195 points. While this is not quite an equivalent value swap, it's extremely close.

    The Broncos had one of the most porous defensive units in the league in 2008, a group that was much more responsible for keeping the team out of the playoffs than anything else. They'll be installing a 3-4 scheme in 2009, and two of the draft's top prospects would be greatly beneficial in this effort. Boston College's B.J. Raji, whose suspected positive drug test has not been officially confirmed by anyone from the NFL, is the best available player to line up at nose tackle in a 3-4, while Texas' Brian Orakpo is a pass-rushing specialist who would thrive in a hybrid defensive end/outside linebacker role in a 3-4. There have also been some rumors that Broncos coach Josh McDaniels and general manager Brian Xanders have their eyes on USC's Mark Sanchez, and are angling at trading up in order to put themselves in the best position to draft him.

    For a team with as many needs as the Jaguars, it might help the team both in the short- and long-term to secure an additional third round selection. The team has nine picks in the draft's seven rounds, but the extra two are both compensatory picks that will be taken at the end of the final round. Additionally, the Jaguars' greatest need is wide receiver, and by moving down from No. 8 to No. 12, they won't be putting themselves in any worse position to grab Michael Crabtree or Jeremy Maclin, considering the teams at 9, 10 and 11 - the Green Bay Packers, San Francisco 49ers and Buffalo Bills - are not thought to be looking to receiver in this draft.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bjmohar View Post
    Broncos to swap picks with Jags?
    Mike Klis of the Denver Post took a look at his handy draft value chart, and noticed that there could be a great way for the Denver Broncos to ensure that they get "their guy" in the first round: a trade with the Jacksonville Jaguars.
    The Jags' first pick is at No. 8 overall, which has a value on the chart equal to 1400 points. The Broncos are slotted to make their first selection at No. 12, a pick that has 1200 points. But the Broncos are in possession of some extra picks thanks to the Jay Cutler trade, and could sacrifice the No. 79 overall selection, a pick that charts out to 195 points. While this is not quite an equivalent value swap, it's extremely close.

    The Broncos had one of the most porous defensive units in the league in 2008, a group that was much more responsible for keeping the team out of the playoffs than anything else. They'll be installing a 3-4 scheme in 2009, and two of the draft's top prospects would be greatly beneficial in this effort. Boston College's B.J. Raji, whose suspected positive drug test has not been officially confirmed by anyone from the NFL, is the best available player to line up at nose tackle in a 3-4, while Texas' Brian Orakpo is a pass-rushing specialist who would thrive in a hybrid defensive end/outside linebacker role in a 3-4. There have also been some rumors that Broncos coach Josh McDaniels and general manager Brian Xanders have their eyes on USC's Mark Sanchez, and are angling at trading up in order to put themselves in the best position to draft him.

    For a team with as many needs as the Jaguars, it might help the team both in the short- and long-term to secure an additional third round selection. The team has nine picks in the draft's seven rounds, but the extra two are both compensatory picks that will be taken at the end of the final round. Additionally, the Jaguars' greatest need is wide receiver, and by moving down from No. 8 to No. 12, they won't be putting themselves in any worse position to grab Michael Crabtree or Jeremy Maclin, considering the teams at 9, 10 and 11 - the Green Bay Packers, San Francisco 49ers and Buffalo Bills - are not thought to be looking to receiver in this draft.
    Oh man i would love it if we traded up to #8 and got Orakpo, this could happen to with the browns intrest in a WR.
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    I think we should stay where we're at, and not take Raji in the first. Ron Brace in the second makes alot of since, and take a LB and DE, or two LB's in the first would be a better move for Denver.
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    Ron Brace wont get past the Colts and I really wouldn't be upset if we took him at 18

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