The Washington Redskins seem like the early favorites to strike a deal with St. Louis en route to grabbing the coveted Robert Griffin III. Cleveland, however, still remain a possible landing spot for the most recent Heisman winner.
In fact, the Browns have what can be considered much more valuable ammunition to trade away to the Rams in exchange for the second overall pick.
Washington currently holds the seventh overall pick, but Cleveland posses two first-rounders in 2012. The Browns have the rights to the fourth overall selection (already more valuable than Washington's seventh), as well as the 22nd overall selection.
So, what if Cleveland really does construct a deal with St. Louis? What would happen if the Browns ended up with the No. 2 pick in the draft? And how would this potential deal shake up the rest of the first round?
All of those questions and more, answered in my latest first round mock of the 2012 NFL Draft.