When NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell steps to the podium to kick off the 2014 NFL draft, the Houston Texans will go on the clock with the first overall pick.
Or will they?
As we enter the final two weeks before things get going in New York, buzz is growing that the Texans are strongly considering trading down in a deep first round.
On Thursday, ESPN's Ed Werder tweeted that several NFL teams "expect" the Texans to deal the No. 1 pick. Werder's tweet came two days after Gil Brandt of NFL.com wrote there's a "good chance" the Texans will deal the first pick, possibly during the draft itself.
Given the sort of windfall the Rams reaped two years ago for trading the second-overall pick, it's not hard to see why the Texans would be tempted, but which teams make the most sense as potential trade partners?
Let's take a look.