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Could there be maneuvering for WRs later in Round One?

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By Mike Wilkening

When the first wideout comes off the board, could we see a run on the position?

It's something to ponder after the Bills took RB C.J. Spiller at No. 9 and the Chargers traded up to No. 12 to take Fresno State's Ryan Mathews, regarded as the other first-round caliber back in this draft.

Halfway through Round One, no wide receivers have been taken, but I can't see Dez Bryant and Demaryius Thomas not being selected in the second half of the first round. I'm just curious to see if any teams move up to take a receiver once the first wideout is drafted.

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