NFL Draft 2012: 6 Teams Looking to Trade Up for Top Prospects

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NFL Draft 2012: 6 Teams Looking to Trade Up for Top Prospects
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Teams could be interested in moving up for Notre Dame receiver Michael Floyd.

"He who observes the wind will not sow, and he who regards the clouds will not reap." -Ecclesiastes 11:4

In other words, NFL fans, expect teams to go get what they want, like the Washington Redskins did.

They wanted Robert Griffin III, so they traded the farm for him. Would they have been better off sitting at pick No. 6? Not if RGIII lives up to the hype.

With the new rookie wage scale installed in last year's collective bargaining agreement, teams will no longer hesitate to make trades into the top 10. In fact, a number of teams inside the top 10 have expressed interest in moving backwards to acquire multiple picks. If they can find some partners to do business with, it could make for one of the most exciting first rounds ever.

But the question is, who is trying to move up?

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