Sean Payton believes that the Broncos have a real chance to trade up, while the Cardinals are in a favorable position.

Broncos Eyeing Fourth Overall Pick in 2024 NFL Draft: Will Payton’s Risky Move Land Them a Franchise QB?

The possibility of trading up to the fourth overall pick in the 2024 NFL draft has been openly discussed by Sean Payton of the Broncos. According to Payton, who spoke with Ian Rapoport of NFL Network, the team is considering moving up from their current position at No. 12. This move could be costly as it would require giving up significant draft capital.

Payton speculated that the amount of picks required to move up to the fourth spot may be similar to what the San Francisco 49ers surrendered to move up to the third overall pick in 2021. This would mean sacrificing their current first-round pick, as well as picks from future drafts in 2025 and 2026.

Despite these risks, Payton seems willing to pursue this option in order to secure a franchise quarterback for his team. With four potential franchise quarterbacks available in the draft, Payton is concerned that all of them may be gone by the time the Broncos select at No. 12. This urgency is driving him and his team’s decision to pursue a trade.

In addition, Jarrett Stidham is currently leading for the Broncos’ starting quarterback position, with plans being made to add a veteran QB to the roster before draft day arrives next month. Payton hopes that he will be able to acquire a quarterback who can lead his team for years ahead.

Overall, while trading up comes with risks, Sean Payton and his team are determined to get a top-tier quarterback in order to compete at a high level in the league for years ahead.

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