Bills, Browns Trying to Trade Up

With Notre Dame quarterback Jimmy Clausen still available, the Buffalo Bills and Cleveland Browns have contacted the St. Louis Rams about trading up to the first pick in the second round of the 2010 NFL Draft, ESPN's Adam Schefter reports.

Cleveland has the 38th pick in the second round, as well as three picks in round three (71, 85, and 92). Meanwhile, the Bills have the 41st overall pick, one pick in rounds three and four, with multiple draft choices in rounds 6 and 7 of the draft.

With more draft pick ammunition, the Browns would appear to have the advantage over the Bills in a trade up, but Buffalo could package several of their remaining draft picks to reach the 580 draft value points moving up eight spots in round two would require.

Another reason Cleveland and Buffalo might be eager to trade up to the 33rd pick this afternoon is that, like the Rams can presently do right now, they can discuss contract parameters with possible draft picks, Mike Florio of reports.

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