According to Dan Pompei of Bleacher Report, the Houston Texans are shopping their second round pick, which is the 33rd overall selection in this year’s draft.
The Texans have been talking about moving down for a long time, and they still are talking about trading down, with a twist: They might not be able to deal the first pick in the draft for acceptable compensation. But they might be able to move the first pick in the second round, and sources say they have been actively shopping that selection. The Texans want to add to their inventory of picks. Their best bet to do that might be to trade the first choice of the second round, at which point teams could be jockeying to acquire a quarterback.
With the way things are shaping up, there will be a lot of good quarterbacks available around the 33rd pick. Houston really needs to keep the pick and take a quarterback for themselves.