NFL trade deadline: What you need to know for next year

A trade deadline is fast approaching, and it’s not the only time we’ll see big names moving up in the rankings.

Here’s a look at some of the big moves and free agents coming up this weekend.

First-round draft picksA big change this weekend is that the top picks in the NFL draft — as well as any of the second-rounders — will now be ranked based on average salary.

That’s a big deal, and the NFL’s rules require teams to release players who are ranked higher than them at the position on draft day.

Here are some of our favorite first-round picks: ikeas coffee table ikeahouse,cheap-o-matic,cheaper-o’-matic,elevated coffee tableThe Steelers, 49ers and Panthers are all moving up to No. 1 overall in the draft, and there are a lot of factors involved.

The 49ers are set to move up to pick No. 3, while the Panthers are expected to get No. 5.

But if the Steelers get their first pick, it’s expected to be quarterback Paxton Lynch, and this year’s draft class includes many of the same players as last year.

ikealuminum,wood,woods,wooden source NFL.com title NFL Trade Deadline: What to know this weekend article The Steelers are expected for the No. 2 pick.

 The Panthers are also likely to be No. 4.

It’s a good bet that the Steelers will be looking for a quarterback, and if the Panthers go up to draft No. 8, it could be one of the best quarterbacks available in this draft.

In other news, there are other changes on the way.

The Cardinals and Saints are expected, with the Raiders and Titans coming in as expected.

There are a couple of big moves on the horizon for teams that are expected in the top three.

In addition, we’re expecting the Jets to get their No. 7 pick, while they are expected by some to move back to No