Jets, Jaguars & Falcons Among Teams Making Calls To Trade Up In Round 2


Ian Rapoport of NFL Media reports that the Jets, Jaguars and Falcons are among the teams who have made calls to teams about possibly trading up in round two.

Some teams reportedly open to trading back at the top of round two are the Colts at No. 34 and the Dolphins at No. 39 overall, according to Rapoport. 

Rapoport suggests the Jets could be looking for a cornerback while the Jaguars may have their eye on offensive tackle help.

For what it’s worth, there was some buzz leading up to round one about the Jaguars having interest in offensive tackles and moving Cam Robinson to guard.

There are still some notable cornerbacks on the board including Kristian Fulton, Trevon Diggs and Jaylon Johnson.

At offensive tackle, the two names to watch on day two Joshua Jones and Ezra Cleveland, who both had generated some first-round pick during the draft process.

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

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