Charlie Casserly on the NFL Network just stated the Chiefs are the most likely to trade down on draft day assuming Curry's on the board when KC's third pick comes up. He suggests Seattle (#4) may be the likely trade partner....and that KC could regain it's second round pick this way.
Based off conventional wisdom, that would mean that the Chiefs would pick up Eugene Monroe (OT) with the 4th pick and then have the 37th pick overall (we traded away the 34th pick overall for Cassel).
I think trading down one position in the first round to pick up a second rounder would be a phenomenal trade. It seems lop-sided, however, so I wouldn't be surprised to see something like Larry Johnson being thrown in as compensation (minimal value ot chiefs, fairly valuable to the Seahawks).
Regardless - if Aaron Curry is on the board with the 3rd pick, I'm starting to think more and more that other teams will be knocking on our door to trade up. He's widely considered to be the best player (overall) in the draft, so he garners a lot of attention.
So - let's hear from you: