Every draft season we try to predict the unpredictable. It’s been a wild hit in the past and brought about as much controversy as an single item on the site. Remember trades are unpredictable and near impossible to take a stab at, hence why we only take on this task once a year. I try to limit this to one round of trades, so you won’t see a bunch of moves in the 2nd and 3rd rounds. Here’s a breakdown of all the trades:
Philadelphia trades No. 4 (1800) to Arizona for No. 7 (1500) and No. 69 (245)
Detroit trades No. 5 (1700) to the Jets for No. 9 (1350) and No. 72 (230)
Cleveland trades No. 6 (1600) to San Diego for No. 11 (1250) and No. 45 (450)
Buffalo Bills trade No. 8 (1400) to St. Louis for No. 16 (1000) and No. 46 (440)
New York Jets trade Darrelle Revis to Tampa Bay for No. 13 and a 2014 2nd round pick
San Francisco trades No. 31 (600) and No. 34 (560) to Pittsburgh for No. 17 (950)
New England trades No. 29 (640) to Philadelphia for No. 35 (550) and No. 101 (96)
Kansas City trades Branden Albert to Miami for No. 42
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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.