Nosebleed Seats: NFL scouting combine and A.J Bouye traded!

This week our hosts dive into the top risers and fallers from the NFL scouting combine and dive into the first trade of the offseason in A.J Bouye.

In this week’s episode of the Nosebleed Seats, hosts Eric Chiofalo and Zach Wolchuk break down their winners and losers from this year’s NFL scouting combine and ask why this year’s wide receiver class could be one of the best in recent memory. Could we see multiple first-round wideouts? Plus, we have our first trade of the offseason with A.J Bouye to the Denver Broncos. 

NFL scouting combine

The NFL scouting combine is always known as a smokescreen hub, but along with the smokescreens come new players popping into the media. This year has a wide receiver class that could see multiple players go in the first round, and even the talent below could potentially be first-round worthy. Jerry Jeudy has been one of the leading names all season, but more guys have popped up ono the scene.

PFN writer Brad Kelly recently did his post-combine mock draft and had six wideouts being taken in the first round. Jeudy went #9 to the Jacksonville Jaguars, but where do guys like CeeDee Lamb and Henry Ruggs III go? Check out the full mock draft.

A.J Bouye -> Denver Broncos

In the first trade of the 2020 NFL offseason, the Denver Broncos filled a void they could’ve looked at after this year’s NFL scouting combine. The Broncos sent a fourth-round pick to the Jacksonville Jaguars and now filling a whole of defense. Wolchuk gives his thoughts on what the Cowboys should do with Bryon Jones during the Bouye talk. With the Broncos grabbing Bouye, Jones now seems impossible. This also means that Chris Harris Jr. will, in fact, become a free agent and test the open market. With the Broncos out on Jones, could he be headed to a division rival in the Philadelphia Eagles? And could the Cowboys replace him with Harris Jr instead of paying their in house guy?

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