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Trading Up

I know: JR loves his draft picks. We love draft picks. And most importantly, we love JR's draft picks.

But in looking ahead to the draft, me wonders: We're looking at having 9 picks this year - 7 rounds + 2 comp picks. Where are we going to put all these guys on our roster?

Last year's draft and UDFA harvest has left us with a young roster flush with 2nd year guys. We have practice squad guys that we've stashed and look to be ready to make an impact (Dan DePalma, Christian Hopkins at a minimum). We've got IR'd guys like Adrian Tracy that we've held onto for 2 years that should be getting healthy again.

That's a lot of young bodies that still haven't gotten a full chance to play yet.

So let me raise a sacrilege here:

Should we zigzag away from our usual MO and actually trade up to get higher value picks, but less of them?

Let's say we end up with 5 picks overall, but all higher value?

Does that make sense? I don't know what I think about it, but I think it's an interesting idea to kick around...

What say you?

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