NFL Draft: Five surprise teams that could go QB in Round 1

Among the most talked about stories leading up to the draft has been the potential landing spots of the best quarterbacks in this year’s class.

Retaining do-everything backup Taysom Hill to play behind the aging Drew Brees seemed to show the Saints’ hand.

With all of that said, Packers general manager Brian Gutekunst continues to prove that he’s in this for long-term success.

In pretty much one fell swoop, Indianapolis lost its first-round pick (13th) overall in the DeForest Buckner trade.

Indy could turn to its most-recent trade partner and move up to the 31st selection with San Francisco for someone like Eason.

It would be a way for the team to have a seamless transition from veteran to youngster, something we never saw under Peyton Manning or Andrew Luck.

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