The New England Patriots have plenty of valuable draft picks, will they look to trade any away?
Last offseason, the New England Patriots left their norm, making multiple trades within the first week of the new league year.
With free agency starting on Monday, another wave of trades could be on their way. The Patriots have multiple players poised to hit the open market, including starting cornerback Malcolm Butler, left tackle Nate Solder, and running back Dion Lewis.
New England will need to do some revamping to their roster if they’re going to making another run at the Super Bowl. With so many key players slated to hit the market, it wouldn’t come as a surprise if the team made some sort of trade over the next few days.
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New England has three 2018 draft picks in the first two rounds, giving them plenty of valuable draft capital. They have the 31st overall pick in Round 1, and the 43rd overall (from San Francisco) and 63rd overall picks in Round 2.
Below are two mock trades the Patriots could consider making as the new league year approaches.