Actually it's not that super. Just seems a little bigger based on the number of picks moving. Got to looking at picks and such for another thread and ran across this. Cleveland picks 8 spots behind Dallas with their 2nd first round pick. Dallas picks 8 spots behind Cleveland in the 2nd round. What about a straight swap of: Dallas: #14 (1110), #45 (450) For Cleveland: #22 (780), #37 (530), #67 (225) Seems like a lot for Cleveland to give up but also they get to target a player like Richardson or someone else. They're gonna get a impact guy with their 1st pick in the 1st round, maybe their eyes will light up with the thought of a second one. Chart-wise it's almost a dead even trade. Dallas gets a value of 1535 and Cleveland gets a value of 1560. Not saying the chart is the end-all, be-all but it's at least a basis to work from. Dallas moves back 8 spots in the 1st round, moves up 8 spots in the 2nd round and acquires an additional 3rd rounder. I think it's unlikely but I wouldn't be opposed.