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1 trade may add more later but heres my first 48

philly tades picks 24 and 55 for pittsburgh 18. and 82

ST Louis 1.Bradford QB

Detroit 2.Suh DT

Tampa Bay 3.Mccoy DT

Washington 4.Okung OT

Kansas City 5.Eric Berry S

Seattle 6.Trent Willams OT

Cleavland 7.Jimmy Clausen QB

Oakland 8.Bryan BUlaga OT

Buffalo 9.Dez Bryant WR

Jacksonville 10.Derrick Morgan DE

Denver 11.Rolando Mcclain ILB

Miami 12.Joe Haden CB

San Fransico 13.Kyle Wilson CB

Seattle 14.C.J Spiller RB

N.Y Giants 15.Sergio Kindle LB

Tennessee 16.Bradon Graham LB

San Fransico 17.Anthony Davis OT

Philadelphia 18.Jason Pierre-Paul DE

Atlanta 19.Deymarius Thomas WR

Houston 20.Devin Mccourty CB

Cincinatti 21.Jermaine Gresham TE

New England 22.Ryan Matthews RB

Green Bay 23.Mike Iuapati OG

Pittsburgh 24.Maruice Pouncey C

Baltimore 25.Dan Williams DT

Arizona 26.Jerry Hughes LB

Dallas 27.Charles Brown OT

San Diego 28.Jared Odrick DT

N.Y Jets 29.Taylor Mays S

Minnesota 30.The Golden Calf of Bristol QB

Indianapolis 31.Sean Weatherspoon LB

New Orlenas 32.Brian Price DT

ST Louis 33.Jahvid Best RB

Detroit 34.Everson Griffen DE

Tampa Bay 35.Carlos Dunlap DE

Kansas City 36.Roger Saffold OT

Philadelphia 37.Kareem Jackson CB

Cleavland 38.Golden Tate WR

Oakland 39.Terrance Cody DT

San Diego 40.Patrick Robinson CB

Buffalo 41.Colt Mccoy QB

Tampa Bay 42.Arellious Benn WR

Denver 43.Brandon Lafell WR

New England 44.Corey Wooten DE

Denver 45.Cam Thomas DT

N.Y Giants 46.Linval Joseph DT

New England 47.Daryl Washington LB

Carolina 48.Damian Williams WR

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If Golden Tate is on the board at 36, you can bet your ass we're moving up with the Chiefs...

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