When Roger Goodell takes the podium at AT&T Stadium on April 26, it could be the Denver Broncos -- not the Cleveland Browns -- on the clock.

Cecil Lammey of 104.3 The Fan recently raised the possibility of the Broncos trading up to acquire the No. 1 overall pick in the 2018 NFL draft, assuming they don't acquire quarterback Kirk Cousins.

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You probably have many questions, so here's a quick FAQ!

Why would the Broncos do this?

To ensure they snag the QB they desire with their pick of the litter -- Josh Rosen, Sam Darnold or Baker Mayfield. Rosen and Darnold are unlikely to be on the board at No. 5, so should they fall in love with one during the pre-draft process, Denver might feel it's worth it to mortgage the future. There's also the chance that Mayfield goes to the Browns, as he's a favorite of new scouting advisor Scot McCloughan. The Broncos are expected to act aggressively in landing their target.

Why would the Browns do this?

They currently own two first-round picks (Nos. 1 and 4 overall), so stockpiling additional draft capital may intrigue general manager John Dorsey. If they're dead-set on Mayfield, they'd still be able to get him in the Broncos' slot after taking a stud like Saquon Barkley or Quenton Nelson.

What's the cost of the trade?

Short answer: A lot. Every draft pick is worth a certain number of points; according to the value chart, No. 1 tops out at 3,300 while No. 5 is about half at 1,700. To make up the difference, the Broncos would need to send Cleveland its first-, second and third-round selections, at a minimum, in addition to a player and/or future draft choices.

Is this actually possible?

It's possible, given Denver's need for a QB and previous rumblings suggesting a trade-up, but ultimately unrealistic. They'd have to really favor a particular guy to sacrifice such a steep amount, and it's borderline irresponsible with other holes to fill (OL, ILB, WR, RB). Plus, as Lammey said, landing a veteran like Cousins would effectively nullify this scenario.

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