Cardinals have contacted Quinnen Williams about possibly being No. 1 pick

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The Oakland Raiders are reportedly discussing a potential first round swap with the New York Jets ahead of the 2019 National Football League draft.

The Jets drafted defensive tackle Quinnen Williams of Alabama with the No. 3 pick earlier.

The pick has not been announced yet but it appears the Arizona Cardinals have made a decision on who will be the No. 1 overall pick in the 2019 draft tonight.

The 6-3, 313-pound Williams had 91 career tackles in two seasons with the Crimson Tide, including 71 in 2018.

The Jets picked Williams over Houston defensive lineman Ed Oliver and Kentucky edge rusher Josh Allen, who both had been linked to them through the draft process.

If they do make the deal with the Jets, it's clear that the Raiders feel like there's a top talent available who could help the franchise get back on track next season.

Clearly, the Jets really wanted to trade down to accumulate additional draft capital.

Williams cannot only work with Leonard Williams to collapse the pocket, he is also an excellent run defender, allowing him to not only make plays there but clear blockers for the Jets' revamped linebacker corps, headlined by former Raven C.J. Mosley.

"Q Williams" is Cimini referencing Alabama defensive tackle Quinnen Williams.

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