Dec 31, 2013; Atlanta, GA, USA; Texas A&M Aggies quarterback Johnny Manziel (2) warms-up prior to facing the Duke Blue Devils in the 2013 Chick-fil-a Bowl at the Georgia Dome. Mandatory Credit: Dale Zanine-USA TODAY Sports

2014 NFL Draft: Houston Texans Draft Day Trade Rumors Thread

With draft day finally here, you can expect the Houston Texans to be mentioned in many trade rumors. Their first overall pick has been dangled for quite some time already, but it’s possible they can make another trade, moving up from their #33 overall pick and into the first round.

Here are some of the latest trade rumors involving the Texans.

Note: The rumors go from latest to earliest…

Texans talking with Patriots about Ryan Mallet.

Schefter isn’t the first to mention the Texans’ interest in potentially moving up to the first round with their second round pick. It’s been mentioned before, and they’d like try to jump in the early-to-late 20’s to secure a quarterback that they are comfortable with.

This is an interesting one by Breer. If the Texans do drop out of the top-6, and into the later part of the top-10, our outside the top-10, they’d likely be asking for at least the other team’s 1st, 2nd, and 3rd round picks this year, as well as a future 1st and 2nd. Worth it?

McClain does make a good point in that the Texans don’t usually trade up. However, if a quarterback like Johnny Manziel or Teddy Bridgewater fall into the late 20’s, it may be worth it for the Texans to secure one of the two.

There’s still another 7+ hours to go before we finally hear the Texans decision. There are sure to be a lot more trade rumors before then so make sure to check back here for all the latest Texans trade rumors. We will update this thread whenever another rumor comes across our Twitter timeline.

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