1. Cleveland Browns
If you want to know the fastest way to get trade scenarios brewing in the 2018 NFL draft, it starts with the Giants passing on a quarterback for Bradley Chubb at No. 2 and Denver being open to moving down at No. 5. Both of those are more distinct possibilities than they were weeks ago, as the Giants trading Jason Pierre-Paul opened a big hole at defensive end, and the Broncos signing Case Keenum quelled their immediate need at quarterback.
The Browns are sandwiched between both of those scenarios, as a team with two top-five picks that could potentially move out of No. 4 if the player they want isn’t there. I believe Chubb is that player, and if the Giants take him at No. 2, the desire for Cleveland to move back for an amazing offer could go up significantly.
Of the teams rumored to be interested in moving up, only Buffalo and New England might have the ammunition, and the 12th and 22nd picks from the Bills is a lot better than anything the Patriots can offer. The Browns could trade back to 12, grab the best left tackle in the draft in Notre Dame's Mike McGlinchey and then still come back with one of the best corners or running backs in the draft at 22. If Chubb is off the board, it’s a legit scenario I could see unfolding.