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    49ers As Potential Trading Partner?

    According to PFT, the 49ers are looking to move up to the 13-14th pick.

    [URL]http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2013/04/22/report-49ers-ready-to-move-into-middle-of-first-round/[/URL]

    If the guy they want is still there at 17, perhaps the Steelers become a potential trading partner. Below is a list of the 49ers picks:

    [URL]http://www.csnbayarea.com/blog/matt-maiocco/49ers-2013-pre-draft-tracker[/URL]

    I'm not necessarily advocating a trade down, just throwing it out there for discussion.

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    How bad do they want to move up? I'd take 31 and 34 in a heartbeat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by flippy View Post
    How bad do they want to move up? I'd take 31 and 34 in a heartbeat.
    That could work if we threw in our 3rd rounder as well.

    1.17 = 950
    3.79 = 195

    Total = 1145

    1.31 = 600
    2.34 = 560

    Total = 1160

    Second-to-last pick in round 1, second pick in round 2, then our regular mid-second round pick, and our regular complement of day three picks.

    Imagining Tyler Eifert, DeAndre Hopkins, and Eric Reid with those picks...


    Difference maker in the middle needed to replace Shazier.

    Offer picks 1.28 & 3.92 plus WR Martavis Bryant to ARZ for pick 1.15. They only have 5 draft picks now, plus their WR's are undersized (John Brown & J.J. Nelson both 5'10") or old (Larry Fitzgerald 35 y.o.).

    Gets us ahead of BAL at 1.16, who's looking to replace the retired ILB Zach Orr.

    1.15 Georgia ILB Roquan Smith 6'0" 225
    2.60 Stanford FS Justin Reid 6'1" 204

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    What a great idea











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    Quote Originally Posted by steelerkeylargo View Post
    What a great idea
    If you posted the idea in another thread, my apologies....

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    Quote Originally Posted by RuthlessBurgher View Post
    That could work if we threw in our 3rd rounder as well.

    1.17 = 950
    3.79 = 195

    Total = 1145

    1.31 = 600
    2.34 = 560

    Total = 1160

    Second-to-last pick in round 1, second pick in round 2, then our regular mid-second round pick, and our regular complement of day three picks.

    Imagining Tyler Eifert, DeAndre Hopkins, and Eric Reid with those picks...
    I was planning on keeping our 3rd I know the charts are a guide, but if they really want someone and we give them a shot to get them, they might make the trade without requiring our 3rd.

    Who would they want?

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    Quote Originally Posted by phillyesq View Post
    If you posted the idea in another thread, my apologies....
    no, skl has that trade in his sig mock...

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