It could happen before the draft with how busy the offseason is about to be, it would make for even more enjoyable content.
They don’t give us the details of the deal, but based on what the Indianapolis Colts received in 2018 from the New York Jets, moving from three to six, we could expect something similar, if not slightly more.
For reference, the Colts received 1.06, 2.37, 2.49 and a future second.
So, the Cards would move down one extra spot, and the Raiders do not have two second round picks, so we could potentially see:
1.07, 2.39, 3.71 and a future first or second coming the Cardinals way.
In this scenario, it feels like they would need to get a future first, to get something similar to what the Colts received.
So, with that in mind, Zierlein has the Cardinals taking perhaps their top player in the draft at seven.
7. Arizona Cardinals: Tyree Wilson, Edge - Texas Tech
The scenario would be a huge win for the Cardinals: adding valuable draft capital and one of the top edge defenders in the draft.
So, in this scenario the Cardinals remaining top 100 picks:
Then, they would also have either a first or second next year.
What would you think of the haul?