Trades will be a plenty during Draft

Paul KasprzakContributor IApril 19, 2010

Trades this offseason are already higher than normal thanks to the different rules under no salary cap.

When the National Football League Draft commences Thursday fans can expect trades galore over the three days.

The names will be big this year as so far Washington Redskins quarterback Jason Campbell is available via a trade and there are rumors surrounding players like Baltimore Ravens left tackle Jared Gaither, Redskins defensice lineman Albert Haynesworth, Denver Broncos tight end Tony Scheffler, and many more.

The first day should see some activity, but the real activity will take place Friday. The reason being that there is now extra time between the first round and second and most of the players that are rumored to be traded are for second round picks.

In the end, get ready folks this Draft is going to be crazy.

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