NFL Traded Draft Selections

NFL Traded Draft Selections

  May 1, 2019

 NFL Trade  Period March 13th thru Oct 29th at 4 pm est

NFL Draft 2020

First Round
Oakland from Chicago (OLB Khalil Mack)

Second Round
Chicago from Oakland (OLB Khalil Mack)
Seattle from Kansas City (DE Frank Clark)
Kansas City from San Francisco (DE Dee Ford)
Indianapolis from Washington (2019 draft trade)
Miami from New Orleans (2019 draft day trade)

Third Round
Oakland from Chicago (OLB Khalil Mack)
Denver from Pittsburgh (2019 draft day trade)

Fourth Round
Miami from Tennessee (QB Ryan Tannehill)
New England from Chicago (2019 draft day trade)

Fifth Round
Chicago from Oakland (OLB Khalil Mack)
Jacksonville from LA Rams (DE Dante Fowler)
Arizona from Miami (QB Josh Rosen)

Sixth Round
Washington from Denver (DB Su’a Cravens)
Cleveland from Arizona (CB Jamal Taylor)
Denver from Washington (QB Case Keenum)
Miami from Dallas (DE Robert Quinn)
Jacksonville from Seattle (2019 draft day trade)
Chicago from Philadelphia (RB Jordan Howard – will escalate to a #5 pick on production)

Seventh Round
Cleveland from Buffalo (WR Corey Coleman)
New England from Atlanta (S Jordan Richards)
Detroit from Carolina (OT Corey Robinson)
NY Giants from New Orleans (CB Eli Apple)
Green Bay from Baltimore (RB/WR Ty Montgomery)
Washington from Denver (QB Case Keenum)
Philadelphia from Tampa Bay (WR DeSean Jackson)

2021 NFL Draft Conditional Pick

Bills get #7 pick from Carolina for OT Marshall Newhouse

 




NFL Awards 32 Compensatory Picks for NFL Draft 2018

NFL Awards 32 Compensatory Picks for NFL Draft 2018

Additional Round Brings Total Draft Selections to 256 Overall Choices
Frank Coyle – Head Scout / Publisher

The NFL awarded 32 compensatory picks for the 2018 NFL Draft to 15 teams. Four teams, the Bengals, Cowboys, Raiders and Packers each have received four additional draft picks. The 32 compensatory picks brings the total draft selections for the NFL Draft 2018 to 256 choices. The Atlanta Falcons will have the final selection, ‘Mr. Irrelevant’ which is #256.

The Arizona Cardinals earned the best value for their three additional selections, with a 3rd (#97) and 4th round (#134) picks, in addition to a 7th (#254) round selection. The Cincinnati Bengals added picks in the 3rd (#100), 5th (#170) and 7th (#252 & 253) rounds.  The Dallas Cowboys received selections in the 4th (#137), 5th (#171 & 173) and 6th (#208) rounds. Green Bay Packers four selections were similar to Dallas when they added picks in the 4th (#133), 5th (#172 & 174) and 6th (#207) rounds. The Oakland Raiders were awarded four choices, all in the 6th round (# 210, 212, 216 & 217).

Teams losing more or high rated veteran free agents than it signed from the previous FA class are eligible to receive compensatory draft picks the following spring. The draft selections are determined by factors like salary, playing time and postseason honors. The additional 32 selections create an overall 8th Round for the NFL Draft with 256 total selections annually.

List of Compensatory Choices (32) Awarded for the NFL Draft 2018

Cardinals
Third-round pick (#97th overall), Fourth-round (#134th overall), Seventh-round (#254th overall)

Texans
Third-round pick (#98th overall), Sixth-round picks (211th & 214th overall)

Broncos
Third-round (#99th overall)

Bengals
Third-round pick (#100th overall), Fifth-round pick (#170th overall), Seventh-round (#252nd & #253rd overall)

Cowboys
Fourth-round pick (#133rd overall), Fifth-round picks (#171st & #173rd overall), Sixth-round (#208th overall)

Giants
Fourth-round (#135th overall)

Patriots
Fourth-round (#136th overall)

Packers+
Fourth-round pick (#137th overall), Fifth-round picks (#172nd & #174th overall), Sixth-round (#207th overall)

Raiders
Sixth-round picks (#210th, 212th, 216th & 217th overall)

Vikings
Sixth-round picks (#213th & 218th overall)

Chiefs
Sixth-round (#209th overall)

Ravens
Sixth-round (#215th overall)

Chargers
Seventh-round (#251st overall)

Buccaneers
Seventh-round (#255 overall)

Falcons
Seventh-round (#256th overall)
Final pick in the draft – ‘Mr. Irrelevant’




NFL Traded Picks – 2018-2019

NFL Traded Picks 2018
Jan 15, 2018

NFL 2017 Trading Period began March 9, 2017, 4pm est thru Oct 31st

NFL Traded Picks
2018 NFL Draft

First Round
Buffalo from Kansas City (2017 draft day trade)
Cleveland from Houston (2017 draft day trade)

QB Sam Bradford - Vikings
QB Sam Bradford – Vikings

2nd Round
Cleveland from Philadelphia (2016 draft trade)
Cleveland from Houston (QB Brock Osweiller)
San Francisco from New Orleans (2017 draft day trade)
Buffalo from LA Rams (WR Sammy Watkins)
NY Jets from Seattle (DT Sheldon Richardson/WR Jermaine Kearse)
New England Patriots from SF 49ers (QB Jimmy Garoppolo)

3rd Round
San Francisco from Chicago (2017 draft day trade)
Buffalo from Philadelphia (WR Jordan Matthews)
Houston from Seattle (LT Duane Brown)
Carolina from Buffalo (WR Kelvin Benjamin)

4th Round
Cleveland from Carolina (P Andy Lee)
Philadelphia from New England (CB Eric Rowe may be #3 on production)
Philadelphia from Minnesota (QB Sam Bradford)
Chicago from Arizona (2017 draft day trade)
Denver from San Francisco (RB Kapri Bibbs)
San Francisco from Pittsburgh (TE Vance McDonald)
Miami from Philadelphia (RB Jay Ajayi)

5th Round
Seattle from Oakland (RB Marshawn Lynch)
NY Jets from Dallas (2017 draft day trade)
Pittsburgh from San Francisco (TE Vance McDonald)
Cleveland from Kansas City (OL Cameron Erving)
Denver from Atlanta (OT Ty Sambrailo)
Philadelphia from Seattle (OT Matt Tobin)
New Orleans from Miami (LB Stephon Anthony)
Seattle from Houston (LT Duane Brown)
San Fran from Jets (CB Rashard Robinson)

6th Round
Oakland from Seattle (RB Marshawn Lynch)
LA Rams from Detroit (OT Greg Robinson)
LA Rams from Buffalo (WR Sammy Watkins)
Tampa Bay from Pittsburgh (S JJ Wilcox)
Buffalo from Jacksonville (Marcel Dareus – can escalate to a #5 pick)

7th Round
Pittsburgh from NY Giants (CB Ross Cockrell)
San Francisco from Kansas City (CB Kenneth Acker)
Green Bay from Buffalo (LB Lerentee McCray)
Miami from Tampa Bay (2017 draft day trade)
Buffalo from LA Chargers (QB Cardale Jones)
Cincinnati from New England (LB Marquis Flowers)
NY Jets from Seattle (DT Sheldon Richardson/WR Jermaine Kearse)
Seattle from NY Jets (DT Sheldon Richardson/WR Jermaine Kearse)
Arizona from Baltimore (C/G Tony Bergstrom)
Seattle from Minnesota (CB Trumaine Brock)
Kansas City from Tennessee (DT David King)
Washington from LA Rams (TE Derek Carrier)
Green Bay from Dallas (OLB Jayrone Elliott)
Carolina from Buffalo (WR Kelvin Benjamin)

Undisclosed/conditional
New Orleans conditional late round pick from New England (WR Jalen Saunders)
Kansas City an undisclosed, conditional late round pick from Arizona (CB Marcus Cooper)
Jacksonville an undisclosed late round pick from Cincinnati (DE Chris Smith)
Pittsburgh conditional pick from NY Giants (CB Ross Cockrell)
Jacksonville undisclosed pick from Baltimore (C Luke Bowanko)
Kansas City undisclosed pick from Seattle (OT Isaiah Battle)

2019
2nd Round

Houston from Seattle (LT Duane Brown)

4th Round
Buffalo from Kansas City (LB Reggie Ragland)

5th round
Detroit from San Francisco (G Laken Tomlinson)

6th round
Cincinnati from Dallas (CB Bene Benwikere)
Detroit from New England (CB Johnson Bademosi)

7th Round
San Francisco has a conditional #7 from Kansas City (WR Rod Streater)
Kansas City has a conditional #7 from San Francisco (WR Rod Streater)
Philadelphia from Denver (G/T Allen Barbre)
Philadelphia from New Orleans (LS Jon Dorenbos)
Pittsburgh for Cleveland (WR Sammie Coates)
Pittsburgh from Tampa Bay (S JJ Wilcox)