NFL Mock Draft 2012: Redskins Get Robert Griffin III; Dolphins Take Trent Richardson

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Apr 28, 2011; New York, NY, USA; A general view during the 2011 NFL Draft at Radio City Music Hall. Mandatory Credit: Jerry Lai-US PRESSWIRE

In the second of this series of mocks looking at potential RG3 trades, this week we take a look at what would happen should the Washington Redskins make the move — I did Tampa last week and have previously explained how the Browns would do it.

I’ll be doing it in order of draft position and after I have gone through the various teams who I believe could attempt to trade up I will do another Trade Mock — be sure to check out my first Trade Mock Draft Special Edition — where I will pick the team I think will most likely make the trade, explain how each potential RG3 trade could work and — like the first Trade Mock — throw in more trade possibilities. Right, here we go:

1. Indianapolis Colts
. Andrew Luck
. Quarterback, Stanford

2. Washington Redskins (from St. Louis Rams)
. Robert Griffin III
. Quarterbak, Baylor

3. Minnesota Vikings
. Matt Kalil
. Offensive Tackle, USC

4. Cleveland Browns
. Justin Blackmon
. Wide Receiver, Oklahoma State

5. Tampa Bay Buccaneers
. Morris Claiborne
. Cornerback, LSU

6. St. Louis Rams (from Washington Redskins)
. Riley Reiff
. Offensive Tackle, Iowa

7. Jacksonville Jaguars
. Melvin Ingram
. Defensive End, South Carolina

8. Carolina Panthers
. Jonathan Martin
. Offensive Tackle, Stanford

9. Miami Dolphins
. Trent Richardson
. Running Back, Alabama

10. Buffalo Bills
. Courtney Upshaw
. Linebacker, Alabama

11. Kansas City Chiefs
. David DeCastro
. Offensive Guard, Stanford

12. Seattle Seahawks
. Quinton Coples
. Defensive End, North Carolina

13. Arizona Cardinals
. Devon Still
. Defensive Tackle, Penn State

14. Dallas Cowboys
. Dre Kirkpatrick
. Cornerback, Alabama

15. Philadelphia Eagles
. Luke Kuechly
. Linebacker, Boston College

16. New York Jets
. Nick Perry
. Outside Linebacker, USC

Picks 17-32 on Page 2.

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