NFL Trade Rumors

April 28, 2011 by staff 

NFL Trade Rumors, While there was a report on that the Pittsburgh Steelers have a serious interest in moving the project to draft Mike Pouncey and pair him with his brother, Maurkice, I’m hearing that it is very unlikely to happen. Many officials believe that the team simply did not fork over a third and a fifth round of selections to a guard.

The Atlanta Hawks are very high in July WR Jones and AJ Green WR. So much so that they want to trade for one of them might drop a little. Apparently, Jones would probably have to fall out of the top ten for the Falcons to even consider making a move.

According to a report that appeared the New York Giants could not be so hot at T Anthony Castonzo as many believe they are. Either way, it seems that the Dallas Cowboys (9 th selection) and Detroit Lions (pick 13) is likely to select Castonzo.

Colorado T Do not discards the welding Nate # 19 pick for the New York Giants. He remains a strong possibility at age 19 if Castonzo, Pouncey and Illinois DT Corey Liuget are off the board.

Liuget of course, is being strongly considered for selection # 14 St. Louis Rams. Liguet is rising rapidly up draft boards.

Another great opportunity for New York Giants # 19 pick is Colorado CB Jimmy Smith. According to reports, the Giants made a lot of research on the character of Smith. Some people believe that Smith would be selected before selecting 19; some believe it could fall into the final round of the first for the team as one of the Philadelphia Eagles, who need a cornerback. He is also at stake for the St. Louis Rams at pick number 14.

Akeem Ayers is being strongly linked to the New York Jets to pick # 30, which remains a very strong possibility, but many still believe Baylor NT Phil Taylor is the selection of the Jets if he’s still on the board. Do not discard DT Muhammad Wilkerson at pick # 30 if still on the board, either.

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