Revisiting 3 trades the 49ers could make in the 2019 NFL Draft

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We're almost a week away from the 2019 National Football League draft, and top prospects are wrapping up their final team visits in preparation for the homestretch. In the third edition of Daniel Jeremiah of the NFL Network's mock draft, he has the Tampa Bay Buccaneers selecting Kentucky edge rusher Josh Allen with the fifth overall pick.

Why haven't the Cardinals made up their mind yet?

The Redskins and a host of other teams are rumored to be interested in trading to acquire Arizona's second-year quarterback, Josh Rosen, should the Cardinals select Murray.

Murray is a talented athlete who can throw, run and has a accurate arm. "I get excited. I like to do deals".

The 49ers have to be hoping with all their might that the division-rival Cardinals leave Bosa on the board for them here. In Chicago's case, Oakland also got their first rounder next year, as they paid a big price for the former NFL Defensive Player of the Year.

San Francisco could stand to take advantage of that, too.

"I usually try to be straightforward with you guys, but at this time of year, we all know the drill", he said. As the draft creeps closer, the probability of adding one of the two best players in all of the SEC last season falling to the Buccaneers continues to increase, much to the joy and praise of the entire city of Tampa Bay.

"If Arizona doesn't take Murray, I project that he could possibly fall all the way out of the first round."@AaronTaylorCFB with a BOLD take on Kyler Murray. Allen is a well-rounded defender who racked up a ridiculous 17 sacks last season. But the Bucs made some decent additions at linebacker after losing Kwon Alexander to free agency, which should allow them to spend this pick on a potential replacement for Gerald McCoy.

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