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2013 NFL Mock Draft: Chock Full of Trades

2013 NFL Mock Draft: Chock Full of Trades

Hyped by on April 11, 2013 Website: nflsfuture.com

1. Kansas City Chiefs – Luke Joeckel, OT, Texas A&M
In our mock draft, we opted to deal Branden Albert to the Dolphins for the 42nd overall pick. This appears to be a deal that will work for both sides as KC can take Luke Joeckel at No. 1 and Miami gets their LT allowing them to move Jon Martin to his more natural right side. Rumors began swirling this week of Dion Jordan as a possibility at No. 1 but I don’t see them packing it on Tamba Hali at his point.
2. Jacksonville Jaguars – Geno Smith, QB, West Virginia
I’m still aboard the Geno Smith to Jacksonville train. If it’s not Geno, it’s almost certain to be Dion Jordan. The new regime will be looking to make their mark on this team and it won’t be with Blaine Gabbert at the helm. If David Caldwell and Gus Bradley have the slightest feeling that Smith could wind up being a solid starter in the league, they have to pull the trigger.
3. Oakland Raiders – Sharrif Floyd, DT, Florida
Oakland may attempt to deal this pick as they need to recoup picks and pick up some talent. This roster is abysmal (quite possibly worst in the league on paper). If they can’t deal No. 3, it’s looking like they will make Sharrif Floyd their pick. Floyd is a dynamic 3T that can provide the Raiders with an interior disruptor.
4. Arizona Cardinals – Eric Fisher, OT, Central Michigan
Arizona seizes the opportunity to take a franchise LT, which has been a need for many years. They can’t afford to sit tight at No. 7 and allow teams to wheel and deal in front of them and be left without a tackle. The addition of Carson Palmer gives them some flexibility and giving Carson a franchise blindside protector should be a priority. Fisher would almost certainly be gone at No. 5, so Arizona doesn’t waste time and makes the move up.

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