Buffalo Bills Trade Scenario With a Mock Draft Effected By The Trades

Nicolas SouleContributor IOctober 7, 2010

ATLANTA - SEPTEMBER 19:  Larry Fitzgerald #11 of the Arizona Cardinals is tackled by Brian Williams #29 of the Atlanta Falcons at Georgia Dome on September 19, 2010 in Atlanta, Georgia.  (Photo by Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images)
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Trade 2nd round pick and Steve Johnson to San Diego for Marcus McNeil
Trade Lee Evans, Roscoe Parrish, and Drayton Florence to New England for 2 2nd round picks.
Trade 7th round pick, Demetrious Bell, Spencer Johnson, and Andy Levitre, Ryan Fitzpatrick, Paul Hubbard, and Akin Ayodele to Indianapolis for a 2nd round pick.
Trade Kyle Williams and Fred Jackson to Green Bay for a 3rd round pick.
Trade 2 4th round picks to New England for 2 4th round picks and 6th round pick.
Trade Geoff Hangartner, David Martin, and 2012 5th round pick to Baltimore for a 3rd round pick.
Trade 2012 1st, 3rd, and 5th round picks and Aaron Maybin to Arizona for Larry Fitzgerald

Buffalo
Round 1- Andrew Luck, QB Stanford
Round 2- Traded pick for Marcus McNeil
Round 2- Ahmad Black, S Florida
Round 2- Kristofer O'Dowd, OC USC
Round 2- James Carpenter, OT Alabama
Round 3- Jimmy Smith, CB Colorado
Round 3- Steve Schilling, OG Michigan
Round 3- Colin Baxter, OC Arizona
Round 4- Phil Taylor, DT/NT Baylor
Round 4- Wayne Daniels, OLB TCU
Round 5- Kenny Rowe, OLB Oregan
Round 6- Mike Blanc, DT/DE Auburn
Round 6- Joe Lefeged, CB Rutgers

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