New reality regarding draft-day trades
Thanks to new CBA, teams no longer hesitant to wheel and deal for top picks
Toward the end of last week, Vikings general manager Rick Spielman said he would be willing to trade the third pick in the first round, a crazy thought in the old collective bargaining agreement.
The low financial price of paying a draft choice under the new CBA gives a team such as Minnesota the chance to get player value for a high pick. The Redskins had no trouble dealing three first-round choices and a second-rounder to move from No. 6 in ...
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