It's official NFL Draft week. After all the speculation, it's time to see where top prospects will land. At the same time, we know there could be some surprises. Here are some unlikely moves that could possibly be made next Thursday night.
6. Bears Take a Quarterback at No. 3 Overall
Most mock drafts have the Bears selecting LSU's Jamal Adams at No. 3, but the Bears still need a quarterback. Yes, I know they signed Mike Glennon for a lot of money, but that does not mean they can't change their mind on him. Glennon hasn't really played since the 2014 season and you just never know what could happen with injuries. The Bears could surprise people and take Mitchell Trubisky third overall, if someone else doesn't take him one or two.
5. Packers Trade Out of First Round
Ted Thompson loves his draft picks, and this is another chance for him to acquire more. The Packers have a desperate need at cornerback, but this draft is loaded with talented secondary players, so Thompson could very easily trade the No. 29 overall pick for multiple others. The last time the Packers traded out of the first round, Thompson ended up snagging a guy named Jordy Nelson, who turned out to be pretty darn good.
4. Browns Don't Take Myles Garrett
To most people, Myles Garrett seems to be a lock to be selected by the Browns first overall, but what if he doesn't? The Browns have all the options in the world, one of them being to take a quarterback, since they haven't had a good one of those in quite awhile. Mitchell Trubisky or Deshaun Watson are serious candidates, and if the Browns' front office believes one of them is their next franchise leader, they could easily pull the trigger.
3. Kansas City Chiefs Take Deshaun Watson
This has been discussed previously, but it's another unlikely possibility that could happen. The Chiefs are clearly not set on quarterback Alex Smith, and at No. 27 overall, Mitchell Trubisky will almost certainly have been taken already, and Watson is a great next choice. He has the leadership skills and athleticism to be an NFL starter, but does he have the physicality and intelligence? The Chiefs seem to believe so.
2. Patriots Trade for No. 1 Overall Pick
This is another trade that has been a much-discussed possibility throughout the offseason, but would make much more sense as a three-team deal, with the Saints being thrown in there as well. The Patriots would receive the first overall pick along with troubled yet talented wide receiver Josh Gordon. The Browns would get Jimmy Garoppolo, linebacker Stephone Anthony from the Saints, and a 2018 fifth-rounder. The Saints get Malcolm Butler from the Pats, along with a 2017 second-round selection and quarterback Cody Kessler.
1. Browns Get No. 2 Overall Pick from 49ers
Yes, this seems overly crazy, but it is possible. The Browns currently own the No. 1 and No. 12 overall picks, and if Cleveland really wants Trubisky, they probably should trade up to grab him before someone else does. So why not just trade for No. 2 overall? The 49ers could give up the 12th, 33rd, and 108th picks from this draft, and a second-round pick and a fifth from 2018. The Browns can then draft both Myles Garrett and Mitch Trubisky with the first two picks. Crazy? Just so crazy it might work.