2010 NFL Draft: How Trades Will Affect Broncos, Dolphins, Jets, Steelers

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2010 NFL Draft: How Trades Will Affect Broncos, Dolphins, Jets, Steelers

The past two weeks have seen a series of trades that will not only effect the first round strategy of those involved, but it will also continue shifting the balance of power in the American Football Conference.

With Denver trading WR Brandon Marshall to Miami (and the Dolphins subsequently moving WR Ted Ginn to San Francisco), the Jets acquiring WR Santonio Holmes from Pittsburgh and the Steelers fielding offers for troubled QB Ben Roethlisberger, the winds of change will batter the conference with gale force intensity once the draft gets under way on Thursday night.

The four teams will also force the way other teams approach the draft, as the evaluation boards of the other 28 teams have experienced aftershocks from the impact of the trades.

With that in mind, here's an updated mock draft, with emphasis on Denver, Miami, Pittsburgh and the Jets.

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