Trent Richardson and David DeCastro will cause frenzy at the 2012 NFL Drafts
Here are NFL Trade Rumors for Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Arizona Cardinals, San Diego Chargers and Kansas City Chiefs.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Tampa Bay has been dead when it comes to trade rumors. Nothing worth mentioning could be found from recent weeks.
The only bit of news Tampa Bay can be associated with are rumors of head coach Greg Schiano signing Trent Richardson. With Tampa Bay’s No. 5 overall pick, Schiano could go after Richardson in the drafts.
The 20-year-old University of Alabama player indeed looks like a player that could shine in the NFL.
Media has been able to pry very little from Arizona in the offseason, therefore let us be entertained by rumors once again.
Media reports have linked Arizona with the USC outside linebacker Nick Perry. Arizona could go after the 22-year-old with their No. 13 overall pick and let me assure you that Perry could be worth every dime.
Perry is one of the highest-ranked young defensive ends out there, hence signing him will be beneficial in the long run. If Arizona manage to pick him up the deal would in fact be a steal.
San Diego Chargers
The San Diego Chargers were huge disappointment last season. They don’t have many holes to fill and their weaknesses can be overcome, which is why they should have qualified for the playoffs.
Nonetheless, the underachieving team is planning to reinvigorate their squad in the offseason. Head coach Norv Turner is even looking to strengthen his squad in the 2012 NFL Drafts.
His picks are unclear yet, but insiders have revealed Turner plans to make a big impact this season.
Kansas City Chiefs
Kansas is filled with rumors, the kind of rumors that have sent media on a wild goose chase. The wise have instead set out to theoretically evaluate Kansas’ options in the drafts.
Kansas can use their No. 11 overall pick to sign in Stanford’s 22-year-old guard David DeCastro. DeCastro is genuine gem among the list of young guards, therefore whosoever picks him will benefit in the future.