2020 NFL Draft: Free agency, big trades shake up 2-round mock draft

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2020 NFL Free Agency, Tom Brady

FOXBOROUGH, MASSACHUSETTS – DECEMBER 29: Tom Brady #12 of the New England Patriots looks on during the game against the Miami Dolphins at Gillette Stadium on December 29, 2019 in Foxborough, Massachusetts. (Photo by Maddie Meyer/Getty Images)

The 2020 NFL Draft has been impacted a tremendous amount by major free agent moves and big trades. This mock draft keeps the madness going.

Tom Brady’s decision to leave the New England Patriots for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers alone turned the 2020 NFL Draft into a complete frenzy, but the early portion of free agency added tons of new scenarios to an already fascinating draft class.

Superstar wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins was traded by Bill O’Brien and the Houston Texans for a David Johnson and a second-round pick.

Stefon Diggs was traded by the Minnesota Vikings to the Buffalo Bills for a king’s ransom of picks, including a first-round pick.

DeForest Buckner has a new home with the Indianapolis Colts, who sent the 14th overall pick to the draft pick-hungry San Francisco 49ers.

Quarterback dominoes have been falling all over the league with the Chicago Bears striking a deal with the Jacksonville Jaguars for Nick Foles, the Carolina Panthers signing Teddy Bridgewater, and Philip Rivers heading to the Indianapolis Colts.

There are plenty more quarterbacks in need of a 2020 home, not the least of which are former MVP Cam Newton, former Pro Bowler Andy Dalton, and former number one overall pick Jameis Winston.

Who is going to be the quarterback of the New England Patriots? Where do all of the top QB prospects fit in the 2020 NFL Draft?

We haven’t even begun scratching the surface of the other impactful moves made all around the NFL, but this mock draft is going to reflect what some teams might be doing now that they have primary free agent acquisitions in place.

We will project the first two rounds of the 2020 NFL Draft with some fun trades sprinkled in throughout, so follow along for the ride.

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