2014 NFL Mock Draft: Analyzing current trade rumors

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Apr 25, 2013; New York, NY, USA; A general view of the stage before the 2013 NFL Draft at Radio City Music Hall. Mandatory Credit: Jerry Lai-USA TODAY Sports

With the 2014 NFL Draft just over 24 hours away, the trade rumors and draft buzz is picking up and coming out in full force as we all get smacked in the face with the latest wave of information from around the league.

There have been a number of rumors throughout the recent weeks, but just how likely are the chances that any of it will come to fruition? That is what we are here to take a look at.

From the Johnny Manziel-Rams connection to the Browns potentially trading their second first-round pick to the Washington Redskins in exchange for Kirk Cousins, there is plenty that we can take a look at.

By cycling through the following pages, you can check out just how likely any of the trade rumors are and whether or not we think they will happen. A mock draft with trades will be there for the viewing on the final slide.

Without further introduction, let’s take a look at the latest buzz from around the league.

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  • raidernation

    I wish Watkins, Mack would fall to us but realistic it ain’t gonna happen. So RM will trade the 5pick to get more picks.. plus Garapolo is a QB ready for the nfl better than Manziel ..he had as many sacks as Manziel did .. (19). And thats that johnny likes to run more than he throws. . Overrated….

  • Jarod Cook

    Kirk Cousins is not worth a 1st round pick, at best maybe a 2nd but more likely a 3rd round pick. IMO he’s not better then Hoyer, and has reached his ceiling as a player. It makes no sense to trade for a guy who’s going to be a backup QB at best for his career. If the Browns want to take a chance on a project QB like Cousins they can do it with one of there own picks in the 3rd, by drafting McCarron, Murry, or Mettenberger or Savage if they fall. It’s always better to bring in and develop your own player from scratch, then to take on someone else’s project. And before you bring out the Shanahan connection, Cousins didn’t look to good in the system last year filling in for RG3. So why not try over again from scratch, and bring a possibly better fit?


    Browns could package in their 2nd rd pick and move up to 18th and get a top QB prospect maybe.