Schefter says Broncos trade rumor is false

Apr 27, 2007 at 6:27 PM--


MLive.com is reporting that the Broncos have traded up to the No. 10 position in this weekend's draft. Many have felt that if this were to happen, it would be to grab a player like LB Patrick Willis, who the 49ers would also like to draft at No. 11.

This has not been confirmed by any other media source yet. Rumors are common in the hours leading up to the draft.

Update: Adam Schefter of NFL Network has reported that this rumor is false and that no trade has taken place and that the Broncos and Texans have not had a single serious discussion about swapping picks. Schefter also says that the Broncos would never do a deal like this before the draft. (From ProFootballTalk.com)



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