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The Cincinnati Bengals own the top pick in the 2020 NFL Draft and are already talking up LSU quarterback Joe Burrow, but could another team swoop in and make a blockbuster trade for that selection? Given the dearth of elite quarterback talent in the NFL, many teams would love to have the chance to draft Burrow. In his latest mailbag, NFL insider Jay Glazer of The Athletic was asked if that pick could potentially be traded. Here’s what he wrote in response: “There are a lot of teams that could be in love with him, someone could offer up an absolutely game-changing, ridiculous trade offer. But it would have to be a truly ridiculous trade offer to move on from him because he’s someone you can build around for a long time.” One team that probably wouldn’t make this move is the Miami Dolphins. They are reportedly interested in another top quarterback in this draft and could trade up to as high as second overall to land him. So, which teams could potentially offer up the farm to the Bengals for Burrow? One team sp
T.J. Houshmandzadeh isn't confident that a confident Joe Burrow could achieve what Carson Palmer couldn't in Cincinnati.
Now that Joe Burrow is officially done playing football at the collegiate level, the focus shifts over to the upcoming NFL Draft. The Cincinnati Bengals own the No. 1 overall pick and may consider selecting him at that spot. Cincinnati owned a 2-14 record this past season under first-year head coach Zac Taylor. Bengals fans are hopeful that Taylor and the front office select Burrow with the first pick, but the team still has ways to go before making that decision. When asked about his thoughts on Burrow’s success at LSU this season, Taylor admit that he thought the Heisman Trophy winner had an impressive year. That being said, Taylor was not ready to commit to Burrow as the top draft choice for the Bengals heading into the offseason. Here’s what Taylor had to say, via the team’s official website: “We’ve started the process of evaluating him. We certainly have a long way to go before making decisions on what we’re doing with the first pick. That’s been exciting. We’re not preparing for an opponent, so we have
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