The Tampa Bay Buccaneers own the No. 5 pick in the upcoming 2012 NFL Draft, but they might make their first selection there when the draft finally rolls around. According to Stephen F. Holder of the Tampa Bay Times, GM Mark Domenik and the Bucs are open to trading down if that becomes an option.
"I really like where we're at in the draft, picking No. 5," Dominik said. "I know that we'll walk out with a good player if we stay at 5. But I'm willing to move back if I feel like the opportunity is there."
Dominik later added, "If I can move down some, do I? Yes. If I don't, then I'm happy where we're going to be at 5."
Based on what the Rams got for the second overall pick this year and what the Browns got for the No. 6 pick last year, this might not be a bad option for a Browns team that has a ton of holes to fill all over their roster.
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