There has already been a ton of movement across the first round of this month's NFL draft — most recently, the New Orleans Saints acquired pick Nos. 16 and 19 from the Philadelphia Eagles in exchange for No. 18 and a host of other picks. There could very well be more action to come, as both New York franchises are sitting on two top-10 picks while the Houston Texans are currently slated to pick at Nos. 3 and 13 following the Deshaun Watson trade. We’ve discussed before how teams are more likely to trade picks that were not earned through standard means, which could mean a lot of picks are on the block with eight teams now owning multiple selections in the first round. The Kansas City Chiefs have back-to-back picks at Nos. 29 and 30 following the Tyreek Hill trade to the Miami Dolphins, and the Detroit Lions have the No. 32 overall pick from the Los Angeles Rams — this could be prime territory for a team to trade up for a quarterback and ensure they still get the benefit of the fifth-year option. The last four drafts — not including deals made before draft night — have averaged five first-round trades.