By Dan Benton
The 2019 NFL Draft is less than two weeks away, and teams across the league are finalizing their big boards. They’re also preparing themselves to do a little wheeling and dealing, which is often the highlight of draft weekend.
But which teams and which general managers are likely to be making those moves? Which will be making some waves? Here’s a look at 11 GMs most likely to stir the pot.
The Redskins remain the overwhelming favorite to make a move for Arizona Cardinals quarterback Josh Rosen, but if that doesn’t happen, it’s possible they attempt to move up for Dwayne Haskins or Drew Lock, assuming both fall to within striking distance. However, if Scot McCloughan is unable to get a deal for Rosen done or move up in Round 1, it’s entirely possible Washington trades back a bit and adds even more draft capital as they continue to rebuild. Either way, at some point or another, expect them to take a big swing at landing a starting quarterback.
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