New Report Reveals The Insane Amount Of Draft Picks The Minnesota Vikings Would Have To Give Up In A Trade For New England Patriots’ No. 3 Overall Pick

New England Patriots coach Jerod Mayo with owner Robert KraftJerod Mayo and Robert Kraft. (Photo by Maddie Meyer/Getty Images)

There has recently been an update related to how much the New England Patriots may be expecting for them to part ways with the third overall pick in the upcoming NFL draft.

According to NBC, the Minnesota Vikings would reportedly have to offer the Patriots more than just their next three first-round draft picks — which includes the 11th and 23 overall picks this year, in addition to their first-rounder in 2025.

With many suggesting the New England Patriots may either take North Carolina signal-caller Drake Maye or LSU’s Jayden Daniels with the third overall pick, the team certainly understands the effect one of these two young QBs may have on the future of their storied franchise.

New England Patriots’ Asking Price Is Astronomical For The No. 3 Overall Pick

With reports stating that more than three first-round picks may be needed to acquire the Patriots’ third-overall pick, many fans have been calling the price tag “not worth” it.

While there is no certainty of who the Patriots may take, many are leaning more towards them taking Drake Maye and are deeming it a cause for concern.

A quarterback who hasn’t even played a down in the league yet can’t be worth that much to a team that doesn’t know everything about how his style will translate to the NFL.

With that in mind, the Vikings are in desperate need of a starting QB even with Sam Darnold in the fold, which explains why they may be willing to offer up such an enticing package to the New England Patriots. The Vikings are set to draft a decent player with the eleventh overall pick, although none of the top four quarterback (Caleb Williams, Jayden Daniels, Maye and J.J. McCarthy) are expected to fall that far.

Only time will tell what could have been as the NFL draft will be held in Detroit from April 25th to 27th.


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