St. Louis Rams get:
2012 1st round pick, No. 25 overall (720 points, draft value chart)
2012 4th round pick, No. 108 overall (78 points)
Denver Broncos get:
2013 1st round pick (estimated 590-3000 points)
2012 2rd round pick, No 50 overall (400 points)
Denver has expressed that it's content with its current defensive tackles, and with no 4-3 linebackers, interior linemen, running backs or receivers of true value here, they opt to trade out of the first round in hopes that they can draft their quarterback, running back, or receiver of the future in 2013. The trade occurs early in day one, despite the fact that the Broncos could use Brockers. You either love him or hate him, and I'm willing to bet that Denver isn't ready to use their first on a defensive tackle. Seriously.
St. Louis is attempting to make a wild-card push this year, and certainly improves its chances with a daring move.
Analysis: If the Mike Waufle can coach-up Brockers and turn him into a perennial pro-bowl talent, and Sam Bradford has a pro-bowl year for the Rams, I can envision a situation where San Francisco finds themselves struggling for a wildcard.