The confusion surrounds what SF offered the Pats to move up to 33. From Pats All-access inside the draft room show, my recollection is the offer was the Pats 33 for SF's 3rd rounder in 2011 and a 3rd rounder in 2012. (BB rejected the deal because he wanted a 2nd rounder in 2012). Peter King in his MMQB today, suggests that the SF offer included their pick at 45 in round 2 this year in addition to 3rd rounders this year and next. So, three picks for # 33 in total. This puts a very different cast on BB's decision to turn down this trade especially since King contends that Ras-I Dowling would have been available at # 45 (SF's original spot). Cris Collinsworth on labor, NFL Network Top 100 players, more - Peter King - SI.com (Point 8, middle of page) Regardless of whether Dowling would have been available, can someone definitively clarify whether King is right on SF's offer or SF only offered two third rounders? Also. if King is right, don't you think that BB should have taken it?