Broncos | Willing to trade first-round pick?
Denver Broncos vice president of football operations John Elway indicated that the team may be willing to trade the second overall pick if the salaries given to draft picks remain the same under a new collective bargaining agreement, reports Dave Kreiger, of The Denver Post. "We're in the process of setting that board up. The board is set, but as far as where we're going to go with it, we don't really know until we find out what's going to go on the collective bargaining agreement, because obviously that second pick is an expensive pick if it stays as it is. That's what we're hoping, that the collective bargaining agreement comes together quickly, and then once that comes together we can kind of figure out our philosophy going into this draft. Because where we are, we've got three picks in the top 46 picks, so we've got to make sure those hit, especially that second pick," Elway said.
2011-02-07 09:52:38 | Source: The Denver Post - Dave Krieger
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