The clock has turned to April 21st and there is only one day left until the first day of the draft.
This year, day one is only the first round of the draft. There has already been a lot of movement pre-draft and it is to be expected that there will more movement on draft day.
This article will try and pin-point some teams that are willing to make first round moves.
The Ravens want to get a first-round pick for Gaither, even if that means trading him to the Colts. Is this trade likely? No, but that is why it is at number 10.
If Jimmy Clausen falls all the way to 17, the Bills will look to trade with the 49ers to obtain the pick.
There are rumors that the Niners are interested in Clausen, but I think that is just something they put out there to intice a team to make a move if Clausen is there. This way the Bills get both a LT and a QB.
Bills trade No. 41, No. 72, and No. 140 overall and next year's first of the number No. 17 pick overall and next year's fifth-round pick.
This is very unlikely but if the 49ers believe that Okung is the tackle that can take them to the playoffs, then this is a move that they an make. It would cost them both first-round picks.
Crazy, right? Suh is the best 3-4 defensive end and would be great lined up on the opposite side of Justin Smith. Getting a DE may not be on the top of the Niners list, but they could still get their RT in the second round. Again, this would cost the Niners both of their first-round picks.
This assumes that the Chiefs' Dan Williams is off the board by 11 and that Ryan Mathews goes to the Chargers.
The Broncos then can trade both of their second-round picks to jump to 32 to make sure that Terrence Cody, one of the few 3-4 NTs in this draft, doesn't get to the Chargers at 40.
The Eagles have a lot of picks and would love to get their hands on Earl Thomas. The Dolphins gave up picks to get Brandon Marshall and are looking to get back a second-round pick. They swap first-round picks and the Eagles send the 37th pick to the Dolphins.
Same premise as the last trade but the Eagles want Berry instead of Thomas. It would cost more, but maybe the Browns would take a discounted price because of the depth of this draft. Browns trade No. 17 for No. 24, No. 37, and a second-round pick next year.
Seattle has the ammo to go after Bradford if they want him. In an interesting move, the Seahawks could use Charlie Whitehurst as part of the trade. They could package No. 6 and 14 with Charlie Whitehurst to the Rams for Bradford and also swap picks in the second and third rounds.
The Rams want Bradford and the thing that might keep this trade from going through is how open they were about it. They told everyone that they wanted to move up to get Bradford.
Washington is the team that I think is most likely to move up to the number one spot. In 2006, Mike Shanahan took Jay Cutler even though Jake Plummer was coming off of a Pro Bowl season, so he is always looking for the heir apparent.
Washington does not have a second-round pick but they do have a disgruntled DT named Albert Haynesworth. The Rams obtain Haynesworth and draft Clausen at four.