DETROIT TO PULL A DOUBLE TRADE DOWN?
There's a theory making the rounds in league circles that the Detroit Lions could pull off a rare move from the No. 2 overall spot in the draft.
First, there's a belief that the Lions eventually will trade the pick to the Browns, flip-flopping with Cleveland the No. 2 and No. 3 selections.
The Browns would use the No. 2 pick to snare Notre Dame quarterback Brady Quinn.
Second, the Lions would hold an auction at No. 3 for the rights to receiver Calvin Johnson.
Potential candidates include the Bucs at No. 4, the Redskins at No. 6, the Vikings at No. 7
and the Falcons at No. 8.