The San Francisco 49ers, complete with two year’s worth of draft capital, may be looking at the Green Bay Packers as a potential trade parter in the first round of the 2013 NFL draft.
According to Bill Huber of Packer Report, the 49ers are talking with both the Packers and Dallas Cowboys about—as Huber assumes—the possibility of moving up in the first round.
SF talking to Cowboys and #Packers, among others, no doubt, about moving up.
— Packer Report (@PackerReport) April 23, 2013
San Francisco currently holds the No. 31 and 34 picks, along with 12 others. Their 14 picks are an NFL-high in this draft. The Packers are situated at No. 26 overall. Dallas is at No. 18.
The 49ers will have the opportunity to be as aggressive moving up as any team in this week’s draft. If the 49ers have a target they don’t think will last to No. 31, the Packers could be presented a golden opportunity to move back a few spots and pick up another selection or two later in the draft.