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Report: Multiple teams are interested in the fourth overall pick

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It’s 12 day until the Colts are on the clock, and we’re squarely into the Pinocchio phase of the pre-draft grapevine.

Case in point:  Someone in Berea is pushing the notion that the Browns have received interest from at least four teams for the fourth pick in the first round.

Mary Kay Cabot of the Cleveland Plain Dealer reports that the Rams at No. 6 and the Eagles at No. 15 are believed to be interested in moving up, along with two other unknown teams.

Setting aside for now (as if we ever truly respect it) the unwritten rule that journalists shouldn’t speculate about each other’s sources, it’s hardly a stretch to conclude that Cabot is getting her info from someone with the team she covers on a daily basis.  And it wouldn’t be the first time that a team with a broader agenda uses a local writer to advance it.

That’s not a knock on Cabot.  It’s not for her to say who is and isn’t telling her the truth, especially when the folks who run the Plain Dealer have shown an inclination to hide under the bed whenever the Big Show starts bellowing.  She’s reporting what she’s being told, and there’s no practical way to confirm that it’s 100 percent accurate without administering strong doses of truth serum to her sources in Cleveland, to Rams coach Jeff Fisher, and/or to Eagles coach Andy Reid.

The truth is that no one is telling the truth at this time of the year.  If the Browns actually want quarterback Ryan Tannehill at No. 4, the Browns should be worried that the Vikings will trade down from the third spot with a team that thinks the only way to get Tannehill is to get in front of the Browns.  By creating a sense of nonchalance regarding the prospect of moving down, the Browns send a not-so-subtle message that they aren’t planning to use the fourth pick on Tannehill.

The other impediment to a potential trade comes from the massive haul the Rams obtained from the Redskins for the second overall pick.  Whatever the Browns get for the fourth pick will be compared to the three ones and a two that St. Louis finagled for stepping back only four spots.  Though there’s a inverse Richter scale quality to the upper reaches of the draft, many Browns fans will try to make an apples-to-apples argument — especially since it would be the third time in four years that the Browns opted not to pull the trigger on a top-1o pick but instead chose to trade down.

So look for more reports and rumors and related scuttlebutt to circulate before the draft, and then look for all of that to be forgotten once the Commissioner starts shuttling back and forth to the podium.

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66 Responses to “Report: Multiple teams are interested in the fourth overall pick”
  1. skoobyfl says: Apr 14, 2012 9:53 AM

    It’s more like what’s left at fourth versus who’s there. The draft ends after the first 2 QB picks, the rest is a guess.

  2. johnnyb216 says: Apr 14, 2012 9:54 AM

    Looks like everyone’s playing the odds of Minnesota botching thirty pick again and giving the third pick away for free.

  3. Lev says: Apr 14, 2012 9:55 AM

    Best photo ever.

  4. ausernamethatisavailable says: Apr 14, 2012 9:56 AM

    You know that I know that you know that you are 50% sure you have know idea what I am doing.

  5. LoCoSu@%s says: Apr 14, 2012 10:00 AM

    Mike Holmgren as GM has been underwhelming, and that goes back all the way to his Seattle days. The sooner the Browns realize it and get a real GM, the better off they will be.

  6. waitingguilty says: Apr 14, 2012 10:00 AM

    Sweet over analysis.

  7. johnnyb216 says: Apr 14, 2012 10:02 AM

    Looks like everyone’s playing the odds of Minnesota botching another pick again and giving the third pick away for free.

  8. mwcarolina says: Apr 14, 2012 10:03 AM

    for the rams, i am questioning why they want to move up for, unless they are hopefull they can get Kalil or Claiborne or even Blackmon, i think they should just wait it out. As for Philly, the only thing i can see that makes sense is they want one of those top guys like Claiborne, Richardson or even Blackmon. some have said Tannehill, but i dont think that makes sense because they have Vick and while i know he’s not healthy, why draft him and likely cause a QB controversey if Vick gets hurt? which is why i say Richardson (then you have a quick back in McCoy and his power back in Richardson). or Claiborne (get another corner).

  9. lilrob10201 says: Apr 14, 2012 10:04 AM

    If the Eagles trade up to the #4 spot I really hope it is not Tannehill.I would hope they draft either Claiborne, Richardson or, Justin Blackmon.I would want them to draft someone to come in and contribute right away,but don’t get me wrong Tannehill will take over if Vick goes down ,but he would not contribute right away.I would rather them stay @ 15 or move down.

  10. cletusvandam says: Apr 14, 2012 10:09 AM

    Cleveland loves to move down. I think they are trying to be the first team in history with 32 picks, all in the 7th round.

  11. bluepike says: Apr 14, 2012 10:10 AM

    As Yogi Berra might say in this instance – ” 90% of the draft is 50% mental”.

  12. dcviking says: Apr 14, 2012 10:12 AM

    johnnyb216 says: Apr 14, 2012 10:02 AM

    Looks like everyone’s playing the odds of Minnesota botching another pick again and giving the third pick away for free.
    ————————————–

    Minnesota may or may not botch the 3rd pick, but clearly the odds of you botching your post (same post twice) are 100%.

  13. laeaglefan says: Apr 14, 2012 10:14 AM

    The Eagles won’t trade up to #4 unless its for their next franchise quarterback. It would also send a message to Michael Vick that unless he pulls a Super Bowl out of his hat this year, he’ll be looking for employment elsewhere next year.

  14. anonymouslyanonymouscommentor says: Apr 14, 2012 10:14 AM

    I don’t know what the Ealges plan would be. We have 2 great CBs, Lesean McCoy, and a fairly crowded WR group. I mean, I wouldn’t mind another game-changing WR, but it wouldn’t make sense to mortgage our draft for one. The only other option is Tannehill, and I could see taking him at 4 if you picked there and desperately needed a QB, but I see no reason to enter a bidding war just to reach for him. Only way I would like that trade is if Asante Samuel was a major part of it. Other than that, let’s hope it’s just a smokescreen to either drive up the price/hype on Tannehill (“if Andy Reid likes him he must have potential”) and/or help out Reid’s buddy Holmgren.

  15. rivercitydawg says: Apr 14, 2012 10:19 AM

    re: LoCoSu
    Hey Einstein, I guess you didn’t hear the news that came out over 2 years ago. Mike Holmgren is not the GM of the Browns. TOM HECKERT is the GM. That being said, any Browns’ fan out there that has a clue, should not have a problem with Heckert selecting the players.

  16. citiciti says: Apr 14, 2012 10:21 AM

    Holmgren is at Half Price book’s looking for a copy of “How to be a NFL President for Dummies”

  17. Max says: Apr 14, 2012 10:23 AM

    Thoughts:
    Blackmon: Yes quite possible I could see teams trading up for him.

    Richardson: Yes and No. He has the talent to be taken at #4. But the RB position has become somewhat under-valued. Why take a RB at #4 when you can add a FA running back like Peyton Hillis etc for 2.8mil/yr in the offseason. Yes, Richardson is better than most FA running backs but its the relative value we got to consider. WR’s are going for 5mil/yr in the off-season. I won’t trade up for Richardson but I would for Blackmon although I do think both are of the similar talent level, but WR position is more valuable currently.

    Claiborne: Yes, the talent level at CB in the first round has depth, but there are some character concerns. Claiborne is the top corner, and although he is not that smart, I would trade up for him because I have never seen Darelle Revis having to solve math problems on the field. Claiborne is not a QB or OL, his IQ should not deter teams from moving up to draft him. Teams would be better off with him, than taking a shot at a low character guy later in the draft.

    I don’t see a team from far back moving up like Falcons did for Julio Jones. The only possibility of that is CIN moving for Ricardson, but like I said doesn’t make sense with RBs going so cheaply on the open market.

  18. eagles92 says: Apr 14, 2012 10:26 AM

    I hope the eagles aren’t going for Tannehill that guy has bust written all over him. If they draft the other top 3 claiborn, richardson, or blackmon then I’m ok with it or even better if khalil slips by the vikings.

  19. ivibaileyivi says: Apr 14, 2012 10:27 AM

    Nice try Mary kay and Browns’. You just made it more apparent you want Tannehill and that any team intrested in him better trade the Vikes #3 before you take him. No need for the smoke and mirrors Vikes will be taking Kalil @ 3 to protect noodle arm #12 from last years draft.

  20. gadzod says: Apr 14, 2012 10:27 AM

    The only way I’d want the Bills to take #4 is if the Vikings decide to trade away their #3 pick & that teams uses it on Tanihill or the Vikes not use their #3 pick on Kalil, and grab some more WR help or something.

  21. ballboy48 says: Apr 14, 2012 10:28 AM

    LoCoSu@%s,

    Before you post, please know what you are talking about! Holmgren is not the GM, he is their President! Tom Heckert is their GM, and has actually done a great job putting together their defense! I think the Browns finished in the Top 10 in total Defense last year! My guess is that he is going to use this draft to address their offensive issues!

    Heckert did a pretty good job in Philly, and has done well so far, in Cleveland. Please, before anyone post, know what you are talking about!

    Sincerely,

    The Rest Of Us

  22. uslim2nun says: Apr 14, 2012 10:29 AM

    Just glad we got the #2 locked up !!! Goood job Bruce Allen and Shanny (and Snyder I guess)!! Yea Yea we paid too much yadda yadda yadda… Teams are getting desperate now and the Skins are just sitting back waiting for a franchise QB. They did this early when Peyton and Flynn were both out there for a reason…bc there were teams that wanted the No.2 (i.e. Browns) but with big FA QBs still out there the attention was more on them than the No. 2…..THANKS PEYTON!!!!!

  23. chrisritch93 says: Apr 14, 2012 10:31 AM

    Lets see that would be 28 teams are interested in the 4th pick…Damn, Imagine that.

  24. coop16 says: Apr 14, 2012 10:31 AM

    Mike Holmgren is not the Browns’ GM. He is the team’s president. Tom Heckert is the GM, and as such, he has the final say over the roster and the draft. He also loves to trade (last year he was involved in two separate trades involving first-round picks), so don’t be shocked if he does it again. And if he gets a king’s ransom for the #4 pick this year, like he got when he traded the #6 pick last year, Browns fans should NOT complain.

  25. jasonkarl55 says: Apr 14, 2012 10:46 AM

    If the Fat Andy does moves up to 4 and drafts Tannehill, the entire fan base will riot. The Eagles are in a win now mode and to waste a top five pick on a QB that is highly overrated is simply absurd.

  26. jluns275 says: Apr 14, 2012 10:53 AM

    Browns have a decent defense. They should go all out on offense this entire draft. Off the top of my head, I can think of only 2 dynamic offensive players there: Joe Thomas & Josh Cribbs (Cribbs NOT dynamic if they’re not using the wildcat). They seriously should consider QB & WR/RB in 1st round. Pick up FA or trade for a serviceable starting QB, then let 1st round QB & McCoy hold a clipboard & try to develop. Every team in AFC North has a good or great defense. No QB is going to make strides in development while running for his life w/ no RB, WR, & poor offensive line play. Ask McCoy how last year went for him-if he can remember.

  27. bleed4philly says: Apr 14, 2012 10:54 AM

    The Eagles are NOT trading up. Heckert and Reid are close and Reid is doing him a solid by acting interested to drive up the price. The Eagles might move around but it won’t be to #4, unless trading Vick is involved, which means a 1 percent chance.

  28. audient says: Apr 14, 2012 11:00 AM

    I won’t complain if Heckert trades down, so long the Browns don’t go too far down in the first round. Staying in the top 10 of the draft order would be ideal.

  29. td40 says: Apr 14, 2012 11:01 AM

    LoCoSu@%s says:
    Apr 14, 2012 10:00 AM

    Mike Holmgren as GM has been underwhelming – and the sooner the Browns realize it and get a real GM, the better off they will be.
    ————————————————-

    ^ Clueless.

  30. indywilson40 says: Apr 14, 2012 11:02 AM

    Drafting Akili Tannehill at #4 is too high. I think the Browns should try to wait and get Jamarcus Osweiler in the 3rd round.

  31. brownsfan5505 says: Apr 14, 2012 11:13 AM

    Trade down a few spots…..ideally the rams and maybe pick up an extra 2 and 4 would be solid especially the 2nd rounder….basically we would be getting 4 first round talents picking so early twice in the second round

  32. sasquash20 says: Apr 14, 2012 11:13 AM

    I wouldn’t be surprised if the Eagles moved up to 4. But I think that it is just one buddy(A.Reid) trying to help another buddy(M.Holmgren, and the other guy who was in Philly with Reid but went to Cleveland and I can’t think of his name right now)get better package for the 4th pick. If someone believes the Eagles are for real they may up their offer.

  33. nremi85 says: Apr 14, 2012 11:13 AM

    Is tannehill worth trading down to? ??? Hell no! !! But blackmon is well worth it

  34. duncanthecat says: Apr 14, 2012 11:15 AM

    Vick is past his prime plus his contract is exhorbitant. Makes sense
    To go after tabby, but there to the cost to move up will huge. Not a good position to be in for the Eagles, if they determine Vick is one and done.

  35. 1972wasalongtimeago says: Apr 14, 2012 11:18 AM

    Just so everybody knows, NOBODY in Miami wants to trade up for Tannehill. Many don’t even want him at 8.

    They were 0-7 in 2011 and had a shot, but screwed up 2012 by winning 6 games. Once that happened, the QB hunt of 2012 had to be postponed to the QB hunt of 2013.

    This year, it’s Matt Moore and David Garrard. And that’s that. We’ll be terrible to below average.

    Then hope for Matt Barkley in 13.

  36. daysend564 says: Apr 14, 2012 11:18 AM

    The photo is Cleveland’s head cheerleader

  37. tombrookshire says: Apr 14, 2012 11:21 AM

    Wouldn’t take Eagles offers very seriously. They’ll come to the table with a pile of late round draft picks they expect to exchange with unwitting teams for something of value. When will the arrogance end? I think by now the 31 other teams know what the Eagles FO is up to.

  38. myleathasosoft says: Apr 14, 2012 11:22 AM

    I can see the Eagles moving up to select RB Trent Richardson. Who is backing up LeSean McCoy. Graig Cooper & Dion Lewis! It only make sense!

  39. drumzan says: Apr 14, 2012 11:29 AM

    S-M-O-K-E-S-C-R-E-E-N

  40. vikesfanforlife says: Apr 14, 2012 11:34 AM

    People, Tom Heckert is the GM of the Cleveland Browns, not Mike Holmgren. Holmgren is the team president. Get a clue before posting please

  41. myleathasosoft says: Apr 14, 2012 11:35 AM

    Or the Eagles might take Claiborne to help on the back end against pass happy Eli, Romo & Luck/Griffin.

  42. whhaaat says: Apr 14, 2012 11:36 AM

    As unpredictable as the eagles are in there draft moves the only way I can see the eagles moving up is if asante samuel is somehow involved. Either in a package deal to move up, or use him to replenish the picks they gave up to move up. Besides just the fact alone that no one ever really knows what the eagles are going to do until it happens tell me this will never happen. All we can assume for sure is they will surprise a lot of people by taking a few players who aren’t big names and leave you scrambling to figure out who they are, and they will make a few trades.

  43. neagle64 says: Apr 14, 2012 11:41 AM

    bleed4philly says:
    Apr 14, 2012 10:54 AM
    The Eagles are NOT trading up. Heckert and Reid are close and Reid is doing him a solid by acting interested to drive up the price. The Eagles might move around but it won’t be to #4, unless trading Vick is involved, which means a 1 percent chance.

    You hit it right on the head bleed4philly, Andy is just doing one of his buddies a favour by driving up the price for #4.

  44. andyreiddoublecheeseburger says: Apr 14, 2012 11:45 AM

    This seems like a smokescreen by Cleveland. Looks like they want Tannehill and are doing their best to hide that fact. Don’t know why the Rams, who have plenty of needs, would give up precious picks to move up. Also looks like the Eagles are trying to trade up to draft another project, or add yet another corner.

  45. shadylamp says: Apr 14, 2012 11:47 AM

    Again, Florio has no clue with what the Browns are trying to do. We do appreciate your over analysis but now lets talk about how this story is just flat out wrong. # 1 It has been stated over 2 months ago that the Browns are not going any lower than position 8. that means Philly trading up is out of the question. #2 Tannehill is not getting drafted that high. Period. He sucks and he has more tape on him as a wide receiver than QB. Every single person that posted something here knows what the Browns are doing except you Mike. The Browns are trying to make the Dolphins panic and trade up to get Tannehill. That’s it, period. Get a clue Florio.

  46. silverhornet says: Apr 14, 2012 11:48 AM

    If the Browns think they are going to get a similar haul as the Rams, they are in for a huge surprise.

    Don’t understand why Philly would be moving up to 4. Seems like the logical spot for Richardson, Claiborne or Blackmon. Neither of those players seem to be a “need” position for the Eagles. Unless they are moving up for Kalil if the Vikes incredulously pass on him or fail to make their pick in time.

  47. oldbyrd says: Apr 14, 2012 11:56 AM

    I don’t see them moving up. It would be to high a price for a player that wouldn’t be a game changer. I say they will sit and take a def l. man. If that Off Line man were avil. at the 4 spot, that is something Reid would do. Don’t be surprised if they actually move down a bit. Depends on who is still on the board.

  48. laeaglefan says: Apr 14, 2012 11:59 AM

    Eagles will trade their #1, both #2s and Asante Samuel to the Browns to move up to the 4th spot.
    Welcome to Cleveland, Asante!

  49. thedubixcube says: Apr 14, 2012 12:02 PM

    This report is likely just smokescreen to enable Cleveland to see if they can get a deal like Atlanta got last year. They’re in a great position right now to get Richardson at 4, Weeden (whom I believe is more NFL-ready than Tannehill) at 37 and if all the stars align, Floyd at 22. Floyd’s likely going top 15, though.

    I could also see them taking Blackmon at 4, trading the 22 to pick up an RB and maybe a WR and still grabbing Weeden at 37.

  50. geo1113 says: Apr 14, 2012 12:05 PM

    tombrookshire says:
    Apr 14, 2012 11:21 AM
    Wouldn’t take Eagles offers very seriously. They’ll come to the table with a pile of late round draft picks they expect to exchange with unwitting teams for something of value. When will the arrogance end? I think by now the 31 other teams know what the Eagles FO is up to.

    ———————–

    Can you cite an example? Because the move I’ve seen them make in prior drafts to move up in the first round, they do recognize the value of the picks and have paid accordingly. You don’t have to agree with the moves they made, but you can’t say they hoodwinked anyone. And if the other 31 teams knew what they were up to, why do they keep finding trading partners?

  51. oldbrowndawg says: Apr 14, 2012 12:06 PM

    What a commentary on the “profession” of writing about sports! There’s NOTHING to “report” but rumor, inuendo, and gossip, so why write ANYTHING at all about all this crap? Focus instead on the attributes of the top players in the draft and perhaps share you tubes of them playing in college. This is such nonsense! And the readers on the blogs, etc, fall for it. Amazing! Get a life, folks!

  52. sezzu says: Apr 14, 2012 12:56 PM

    Tired of the mid and second round losers the Browns pick year after year( 2nd round -Robiskie,Mossaqui, Vekunie?,Hardesty ) just to name a few. Browns need a face for the franchise and a player to get the fan base excited about. That player is Trent Richardson. Quit trying to be cute Heckert. Draft the best player on the board–Richardson!!!!!

  53. denverdude7 says: Apr 14, 2012 1:07 PM

    Whatever the Browns do with the 4th overall draft pick won’t make a bit of difference.

    The truth is the franchise is run via a checkbook only. The Browns have had a top ten draft pick more often in the past 10 years than most franchises get in 10 decades and yet do not even have a single offensive threat to speak of.

    So long as the Cleveland faithful continue to pack the stadium every Sunday why would the owner feel any real need to improve the product on the field?

  54. pef12 says: Apr 14, 2012 1:10 PM

    How about Ryan Mallet and #31 for 4th Pick?

  55. q1ller says: Apr 14, 2012 1:30 PM

    The Vikings have had 2 rookies of the year in the past 5 years (Peterson and Harvin) so I would guess that they’d likely not botch the 3rd pick. It’s any picks after the first round that bother me, as they have done horribly there.

    The morons just had to win the second to last game last season to blow having the 2nd overall pick. Oh, and Adrian Peterson blew out his knee in that game too.

  56. skol77 says: Apr 14, 2012 1:32 PM

    dcviking: Thank you johnnyb216 kind of sounds like an idiot

  57. spunhead73 says: Apr 14, 2012 2:02 PM

    If the Browns draft Tannebum in the 1st rd period im done. He sucks and he isn’t worth taking. Joey Harrington 2.0

  58. geo1113 says: Apr 14, 2012 2:16 PM

    pef12 says:
    Apr 14, 2012 1:10 PM
    How about Ryan Mallet and #31 for 4th Pick?
    ——————-

    Read your value chart. How about #27, #31, #48, and #126 for #4?

  59. andyreidisfat says: Apr 14, 2012 2:32 PM

    So personally i don’t tanny is worth the 4th pick, but, if Andy thinks he is i kinda gotta give him the nod. The guy if nothing else seems to know QB’s.

    The eagles would not draft Richardson, they have a guy who is better now. As far as Blackmon goes hes a nice player but they have a 6’1′ wr with crazy skills. If the Eagles are moving up don’t be shocked if the pick is Quinton Qoples. IMO he has been the most underrated player in this draft and will be a pro bowler in short order.

  60. bigtrav425 says: Apr 14, 2012 2:34 PM

    As a Clevelander and Browns fan if they were to trade back again…the phrase Hell On Earth for them comes to mind…we need to start atleast attempting to draft some playmakers and studs

  61. thedubixcube says: Apr 14, 2012 2:38 PM

    I don’t see how it makes sense for Cleveland to trade the 4 to St. Louis for the 6. Based on their dire need for offensive skill players, you have to assume the Browns want to pick up Richardson, Blackmon or Floyd and maybe go QB in the 2nd. Giving St. Louis the 4 before the 3rd pick is announced on Draft Day opens up the window for them to snatch Blackmon should Minny steal Claiborne and leaves Tampa Bay to scoop up Richardson. As far as I’m concerned, this would kill Cleveland’s draft, not to mention cause Browns fans to riot.

    However, if Minny does take Kalil, St. Louis could very well take Claiborne. Richardson would still be lost to Tampa, but Cleveland could still end up with Blackmon and extra 2nd and 3rd/4th round picks.

    Personally, barring a sweetheart deal that started with 1’s this year and next, as well as a 2 and 4 this year, I’d stand pat if I’m the Browns. They’re in great position to get some good players that can help turn that franchise around.

  62. thedubixcube says: Apr 14, 2012 2:38 PM

    I don’t see how it makes sense for Cleveland to trade the 4 to St. Louis for the 6. Based on their dire need for offensive skill players, you have to assume the Browns want to pick up Richardson, Blackmon or Floyd and maybe go QB in the 2nd. Giving St. Louis the 4 before the 3rd pick is announced on Draft Day opens up the window for them to snatch Blackmon should Minny steal Claiborne and leaves Tampa Bay to scoop up Richardson. As far as I’m concerned, this would kill Cleveland’s draft, not to mention cause Browns fans to riot.

    However, if Minny does take Kalil, St. Louis could very well take Claiborne. Richardson would still be lost to Tampa, but Cleveland could still end up with Blackmon and extra 2nd and 3rd/4th round picks.

    Personally, barring a sweetheart deal that started with 1’s this year and next, as well as a 2 and 4 this year, I’d stand pat if I’m the Browns. They’re in great position to get some good players that can help turn that franchise around.

  63. johnnyb216 says: Apr 14, 2012 3:15 PM

    Dcviking,
    I wanted to make it exactly like the vikings!! Two times in a row!!! I love it!!

  64. ishudbgm says: Apr 14, 2012 3:15 PM

    This article CLEARLY states that this is Pinocchio season in the NFL yet half of you are on here wondering why the Eagles would move up to number 4, truth is maybe there whole intention is to make everyone speculate what they might do….why…..maybe they want ILB @16 but feel teams close to them may want him as well so they send out stupid “trading up” rumors to pick up steam and have people speculate. Only 1 team so far has divulged their first round intentions and thats the Skins, everything else is a smoke screen. Half of these teams are either scared to trade up or they have a GM that really doesn’t have a clue.

    Be careful of analyst or coaches who say they dont like a player, they will bash a player on purpose so that he slips and a friend who is currently coaching can get him. IJS Fisher and Shanahan have been helping each other since Jay Cutler got drafted. Recently Brian Billick called Tannehill the next JaMarcus Russel…..really!!!! Did not know working with Trent Dilfer gave him so much insight at the QB position.

  65. pef12 says: Apr 14, 2012 4:35 PM

    geo1113 says:
    Apr 14, 2012 2:16 PM
    pef12 says:
    Apr 14, 2012 1:10 PM
    How about Ryan Mallet and #31 for 4th Pick?
    ——————-

    Read your value chart. How about #27, #31, #48, and #126 for #4?

    geo1113 says:

    Read your value chart. How about #27, #31, #48, and #126 for #4?

    And Mallet is worth?

  66. sezzu says: Apr 14, 2012 6:47 PM

    Just draft Richardson,wr at 22, OT at 37,cb 67

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