July 16, 2024

Problem for Ohio; Ohio state football coach Reyan day has decided to live ohio for good ……….

Yates: The Vikings’ trade with the Texans for pick No. 23 last week after losing Kirk Cousins in free agency certainly raised some eyebrows, giving them a second Day 1 selection (No. 11 being the other). People around the league with whom I’ve spoken believe Minnesota basically sent up a flare to any team at the top of the order considering a trade down that it is interested in talking. Whether that manifests a deal is to be determined, but a team willing to move back has not only a possible partner but also the certainty of where two first-round picks (the starting point in any negotiation) are in the order. The Cardinals (No. 4) and Chargers (No. 5) are the two often-linked targets right now.

Reid: he No. 3 pick should certainly be the first plan of attack for Minnesota Sending Daniels, North Carolina’s Drake Maye or Michigan’s J.J. McCarthy. If the team can’t pull that off, then the Chargers’ pick at No. 5 feels like an obviouan offer to the Patriots fort GM Kwesi Adofo-Mensah, which would allow the Vikings to have a chance at LSU’s Jayden s fit to make a swap. But the real beauty of that deal the Vikings made for No. 23 is that they now have options. Even if they can’t secure a trade up the board, they suddenly have two first-rounders, bettering their chance to get a QB outside of the top options. Washington’s Michael Penix Jr. or Oregon’s Bo Nix could be an answer at No. 23 — and potentially later if Minnesota wants to trade back from that spot.

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