With the NFL Draft less than a week away, the draft rumors are starting to pick up. The rumors around the draft aren't limited to just the prospects who could be selected, but also current players who could be moved on draft day. There are plenty rumors, news and speculation floating around the NFL, so check out the latest and greatest of those NFL rumors below.
Broncos Reached Out About Sam Bradford
With the Broncos still searching for QB help, they've reportedly reached out to the Eagles about QB Sam Bradford.
Prominent NFL source: Broncos reached out to PHI re: Bradford. Unable to confirm w/ team but NFL source: PHI asking price too high. #9news— Mike Klis (@MikeKlis) April 26, 2016
The price being too high is a similar to another report, and it seems unlikely the Eagles will move Bradford. They want him to be the starter and unless they're blown away by an offer, the Eagles won't be trading Bradford.
Could The Cardinals Trade WR Michael Floyd?
The Cardinals could try to move WR Michael Floyd during the draft, reports Matt Miller of Bleacher Report. Miller says a Cardinals scout and another team source said the Cardinals could look to trade in Floyd in an attempt to move up or add other picks. The Cardinals traded their second rounder to the Patriots in the Chandler Jones trade. A trade of Floyd would leave the Cardinals with Larry Fitzgerald and John Brown as the only WRs who caught at least 12 passes last season.
Titans Moving Back Up?
One team that could make a move up during the draft is the Tennessee Titans.
I believe the Titans will explore trading up for one of the tackles (Conklin included). Many different scenarios. https://t.co/XPGAsU1MKF— Michael Silver (@MikeSilver) April 26, 2016
The Titans have the ammo to move up in the draft from their No. 14 spot, thanks to their trade down with the Rams. If Laremy Tunsil slides, the Titans could try to go land him. Other options include Jack Conklin (who the Browns are high on) and Ronnie Stanley.
Ronnie Stanley Rising?
While Laremy Tunsil has widely been considered the top tackle in this year's draft, Notre Dame's Ronnie Stanley is getting late buzz before the draft.
While it has been generally assumed that Laremy Tunsil is the draft's top tackle, I've talked to several GMs who have Ronnie Stanley higher— Michael Silver (@MikeSilver) April 26, 2016
There is even some sense that the Chargers are considering Stanley (as well as Tunsil) with the third overall pick— Michael Silver (@MikeSilver) April 26, 2016
Stanley in the top 5 seems unlikely, especially since Tunsil might not be a Top 5 pick. However, there are reports that Stanley is higher on some team's boards.Back to the NFL Newsfeed