Less than 24 hours ago, there was a report from NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport who stated the Washington Redskins are receiving numerous calls from multiple teams that are interested in the No. 2 pick.
“The Redskins have begun to receive calls from teams interested in trading up to the No. 2 overall selection, sources say. They aren’t intent on moving out of the pick many believe will be OSU DE Chase Young, but they are listening,” he reports.
According to a report from ESPN insider Josina Anderson on Wednesday, one unnamed team has laid out a “complete deal” for the Redskins’ first-round pick.
It’s unclear which team would be interested in trading up and what player they are targeting. You would have to believe it is a QB starved team that is either trying to nab Tua or Justin Herbert. The Miami Dolphins and Los Angeles Chargers make the most sense.
The NFC East franchise has been expected to pick and select Chase Young, who is one of the highest-rated prospects in recent memory.