2020 NFL Draft: Huge trades shake up two-round mock draft

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The 2020 NFL Draft will be an absolute frenzy with all of the quarterback movement expected. Here are two rounds of trade-filled mock draft madness.

The 2020 NFL Draft is shaping up to be one of the most fascinating in recent memory. Although there’s seemingly no mystery with the top two picks in the 2020 NFL Draft being Joe Burrow (to the Bengals) and Chase Young (to the Redskins) there is so much that could happen before and during the draft to shake things up.

The 2020 free agent quarterback market will undoubtedly play a huge role in how things play out in this draft, and we took a stab at some predictions of what could happen with that here. But even without the quarterback class, this year’s free agent and trade market could be one big name on the move after another.

This mock draft is meant to explore some of those options. This is not a final prediction of how things will go, but more of an idea of some of the names that could be on the move and teams that might be motivated to trade up or down, each for unique reasons.

How many receivers will go in the first round of this star-studded class? Which teams will trade veteran players for high draft picks?

Last year, there were 10 trades in the first round either before the draft or during it. This mock scenario will involve some big moves from big teams trying to get that edge to leap over the San Francisco 49ers and Kansas City Chiefs, who are now the teams to beat in their respective conferences.

Let the games begin.

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