The Broncos, who have the No. 2 pick, could move in the No. 16-17 range if they want to package their two-second round picks, No. 36 and No. 46. Denver could get in the No. 21-22 range if it wants to send No. 36 and No. 67. The Broncos have some power.
The Chiefs could move up to the No. 13-14 range if they want to package No. 21 and No. 55. If the Chiefs have a chance at a player like Alabama receiver Julio Jones or Wisconsin pass-rusher J.J. Watt, this could be intriguing.
Oakland could move up to the No. 30-32 range if it packages No. 48 and No. 81. I could see this as a possibility if the teams in the 30-32 range are flexible and the Raiders fall for a particular player at the end of the first round.
The Chargers could go for it and offer No. 18, No. 50 and No. 61 to the get to the No. 6-7 range. Or they could offer No. 18 and No. 50 to get the No. 10-11 range. They also have two third-round picks to play with. The Chargers have plenty of ammunition to move up if they wish.