The San Francisco 49ers are looking to make some major moves during the 2020 NFL Draft this week.
According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, the team is fielding trade calls for both of their two first-round picks and are open to moving down from either No. 13 or 31 overall.
“The Niners currently have no selections in the second, third or fourth rounds, and they want more picks, sources told Schefter.”
After that 31st pick, the 49ers won’t be seen again until No. 156 overall on Saturday.
The reigning NFC champions got their high pick just last month when they traded DL DeForest Buckner to the Indianapolis Colts in exchange for the Colts 2020 first-round (13th overall) draft choice.