Predicting Top Trade Scenarios for the 2014 NFL Draft

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Predicting Top Trade Scenarios for the 2014 NFL Draft
Craig Ruttle

With the start of free agency, the combine and most pro days out of the way, we can start to get a better idea of who might be willing to move up—or back—in the 2014 NFL draft.

Predicting trades can be one of the toughest aspects of draft analysis. It’s why the majority of mock drafts don’t try—there are so many variables we don’t know about that it can distract from the mock itself.

We can compile all the data and read the tea leaves enough to put together some potential scenarios for May.

Consider this an update from my March 6 piece—though two slides from that make a repeat here, with some more specific details.

In order to delve into cost, I pulled up the NFL trade value chart—this one posted at DraftCountdown.com—though as useful as that is for this exercise, we know that every team’s value chart is a bit different.

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