As it stands now, Miami has just two top-100 picks this week in a draft some believe to be the deepest in memory.http://blogs.palmbeachpost.com/thedaily ... -dolphins/
But teams aren’t expected to part with draft picks easily, especially this year.
“Everybody is looking to trade down,” NFL Network draft analyst Mike Mayock said.
ESPN’s Adam Schefter offered some hope Monday for the Dolphins.
Schefter reported the Packers, who hold the No. 23 pick, and Eagles (No. 24) have expressed interest in trading up to 10 to 12 range Thursday night.
Jacksonville could be competition since a report surface last week the Jags were shopping the No. 10 pick.
To move from the teens to No. 12, a team would have to forfeit its second-round pick. But to move from the 20s to No. 12 would require a second- and fourth-round pick, one scout said, based on the draft-pick value chart.
“I don’t know if there’s going to be teams that want to do it with this deep of a draft,” the scout said.