Buccaneers, Broncos & Falcons Interested In Trading Up In Round One

According to Albert Breer, the Buccaneers, Broncos and Falcons are three teams that appear to be looking at their options in terms of trading up in round one of this year’s draft.

Breer mentions that the Buccaneers and Broncos could be considering a move up for one of the top four offensive tackles prospects including Mekhi Becton, Jedrick Wills, Tristan Wirfs and Andrew Thomas.

Some teams who are reportedly open to trading down, according to Breer, include Lions at No. 3, the Jaguars at No. 9, the Raiders at No. 12 and the 49ers at No. 13.

Of this group, Breer says Jacksonville could be a hotspot, given that the Browns and Jets are both candidates to draft an offensive tackle.

As for the Falcons, Breer mentions that it’s unclear what they would be pursuing in a trade up the board. However, Falcons GM Thomas Dimitroff is known for making moves up for the right player.

We’ll have more regarding potential draft trades as the news is available.

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