Trades made during draft week

Posted April 29, 2012 @ 1:48 p.m.
Posted By PFW staff

Of the 221 picks that could have been traded in this year's draft — compensatory picks cannot be dealt — 101, or 45.7 percent, were traded at least once, including those that changed hands prior to the draft.

The following trades were made during draft week 2012:

Thursday, April 26

1)      Atlanta traded its seventh-round pick (No. 229) to Philadelphia for CB Asante Samuel. Philadelphia selected Kansas State RB Bryce Brown.

2)      Minnesota traded its first-round pick (No. 3) to Cleveland for the Browns’ first- (No. 4), fourth- (No. 118), fifth- (No. 139) and seventh-round (No. 211) picks. Cleveland selected Alabama RB Trent Richardson. Minnesota selected USC OT Matt Kalil, Arkansas WR Jarius Wright, Notre Dame CB-S Robert Blanton and traded the No. 211 pick to Tennessee (see #28 below).

3)      Tampa Bay traded its first-round pick (No. 5) to Jacksonville for the Jaguars’ first- (No. 7) and fourth-round (No. 101) picks. Jacksonville selected Oklahoma State WR Justin Blackmon. Tampa Bay selected Alabama SS Mark Barron and traded the No. 101 pick to Denver (see #9 below).

4)      St. Louis traded its first-round pick (No. 6) to Dallas for the Cowboys’ first- (No. 14) and second-round (No. 45) picks. Dallas selected LSU CB Morris Claiborne. St. Louis selected LSU DT Michael Brockers and traded the No. 45 pick to Chicago (see #11 below).

5)      Seattle traded its first-round pick (No. 12) to Philadelphia for the Eagles’ first- (No. 15), fourth- (No. 114) and sixth-round (No. 172) picks. Philadelphia selected Mississippi State DT Fletcher Cox. Seattle selected West Virginia DE Bruce Irvin, Florida DT Jaye Howard and Northwestern State (La.) CB Jeremy Lane.

6)      Cincinnati traded its first-round pick (No. 21) to New England for the Patriots’ first- (No. 27) and third-round (No. 93) picks. New England selected Syracuse DE Chandler Jones. Cincinnati selected Wisconsin OG Kevin Zeitler and Clemson DT Brandon Thompson.

7)      Denver traded its first-round pick (No. 25) to New England for the Patriots’ first- (No. 31) and fourth-round (No. 126) picks. New England selected Alabama LB Dont’a Hightower. Denver traded both the No. 31 and No. 126 picks to Tampa Bay (see #9 below).

8)      Baltimore traded its first-round pick (No. 29) to Minnesota for the Vikings’ second- (No. 35) and fourth-round (No. 98) picks. Minnesota selected Notre Dame FS Harrison Smith. Baltimore selected Alabama OLB Courtney Upshaw and Delaware C-OG Gino Gradkowski.

9)      Denver traded its first- (No. 31) and fourth-round (No. 126) picks to Tampa Bay for the Buccaneers’ second- (No. 36) and fourth-round (No. 101) picks. Tampa Bay selected Boise State RB Doug Martin and traded the No. 126 pick to Houston (see #13 below). Denver selected Cincinnati DT Derek Wolfe and Arizona State CB Omar Bolden.

Friday, April 27

10)   Seattle traded its second-round pick (No. 43) to the New York Jets for the Jets’ second- (No. 47), fifth- (No. 154) and seventh-round (No. 232) picks. The Jets selected Georgia Tech WR Stephen Hill. Seattle selected Utah State MLB Bobby Wagner, Idaho OLB Korey Toomer and Louisville DE Greg Scruggs.

11)   St. Louis traded its second-round pick (No. 45) to Chicago for the Bears’ second- (No. 50) and fifth-round (No. 150) picks. Chicago selected South Carolina WR Alshon Jeffery. St. Louis selected Cincinnati RB Isaiah Pead and South Carolina OG Rokevious Watkins.

12)   Philadelphia traded its second-round pick (No. 51) to Green Bay for the Packers’ second- (No. 59) and fourth-round (No. 123) picks. Green Bay selected Michigan State DE Jerel Worthy. Philadelphia selected Marshall DE Vinny Curry and Georgia CB Brandon Boykin.

13)   Houston traded its second- (No. 58) and seventh-round (No. 233) picks to Tampa Bay for the Buccaneers’ third- (No. 68) and fourth-round (No. 126) picks. Tampa Bay selected Nebraska OLB Lavonte David and Northwestern TE Drake Dunsmore. Houston selected Ohio State WR DeVier Posey and Nebraska DE Jared Crick.

14)   New England traded its second-round pick (No. 62) to Green Bay for the Packers’ third- (No. 90) and fifth-round (No. 163) picks. Green Bay selected Vanderbilt CB Casey Hayward. New England selected Arkansas DE Jake Bequette and traded the No. 163 pick back to Green Bay (see #27 below).

15)   Cleveland traded its third-round pick (No. 67) to Denver for the Broncos’ third- (No. 87) and fourth-round (No. 120) picks. Denver selected San Diego State RB Ronnie Hillman. Cleveland selected Cincinnati DT John Hughes and Nevada ILB James-Michael Johnson.

16)   Washington traded its third-round pick (No. 69) to Buffalo for the Bills’ third- (No. 71) and seventh-round (No. 217) picks. Buffalo selected North Carolina State WR T.J. Graham. Washington selected SMU OG Josh LeRibeus and Iowa SS Jordan Bernstine.

17)   Miami traded its third-round pick (No. 73) to San Diego for the Chargers’ third- (No. 78) and sixth-round (No. 183) picks. San Diego selected LSU SS Brandon Taylor. Miami selected Missouri TE Michael Egnew and Michigan State WR B.J. Cunningham.

18)   Atlanta traded its third-round pick (No. 84) to Baltimore for the Ravens’ third- (No. 91) and fifth-round (No. 164) picks. Baltimore selected Temple RB Bernard Pierce. Atlanta selected Southern Mississippi OT Lamar Holmes and Troy DE Jonathan Massaquoi.

19)   San Francisco traded its third-round pick (No. 92) to Indianapolis for the Colts’ fourth-round pick (No. 97) and a 2013 fifth-round pick. Indianapolis selected Florida International WR T.Y. Hilton. San Francisco traded the No. 97 pick to Miami (see #20 below).

Saturday, April 28

20)   San Francisco traded its fourth-round pick (No. 97) to Miami for the Dolphins’ fourth- (No. 103) and sixth-round (No. 196) picks and a 2013 sixth-round pick. Miami selected Miami (Fla.) RB Lamar Miller. San Francisco traded the No. 103 pick to Carolina (see #21 below) and traded the No. 196 pick to Detroit (see #23 below).

21)   San Francisco traded its fourth-round pick (No. 103) to Carolina for the Panthers’ sixth-round pick (No. 180) and a 2013 third-round pick. Carolina selected Oklahoma DE Frank Alexander. San Francisco selected Michigan State FS Trent Robinson.

22)   Washington traded its fourth-round pick (No. 109) to Pittsburgh for the Steelers’ fourth- (No. 119) and sixth-round (No. 193) picks. Pittsburgh selected Washington NT Alameda Ta’amu. Washington selected Texas OLB Keenan Robinson and South Dakota OT Tom Compton.

23)   Detroit traded its fourth-round pick (No. 117) to San Francisco for the 49ers’ fourth- (No. 125) and sixth-round (No. 196) picks. San Francisco selected Wake Forest OG Joe Looney.  Detroit selected Oklahoma DE Ronnell Lewis and New Mexico State CB Jonte Green.

24)   Minnesota traded its fifth- (No. 138) and seventh-round (No. 223) picks to Detroit for the Lions’ seventh-round pick (No. 219) and a 2013 fourth-round pick. Detroit selected Temple OLB Tahir Whitehead and Oklahoma OLB Travis Lewis. Minnesota selected California DE Trevor Guyton.

25)   Miami traded its fifth-round pick (No. 145) to Tennessee for the Titans’ fifth- (No. 155) and seventh-round (No. 227) picks. Tennessee selected SMU TE Taylor Thompson.  Miami selected Oregon OLB Josh Kaddu and Nevada WR Rishard Matthews.

26)   Oakland traded its fifth-round pick (No. 148) to Detroit for the Lions’ fifth- (No. 158) and seventh-round (No. 230) picks. Detroit selected Albion (Mich.) CB Chris Greenwood. Oakland selected Penn State DE Jack Crawford and Penn State OLB Nate Stupar.

27)   New England traded its fifth-round pick (No. 163) to Green Bay for the Packers’ sixth- (No. 197), seventh- (No. 224) and seventh-round (No. 235) picks. Green Bay selected North Carolina State OLB Terrell Manning. New England selected Ohio State S Nate Ebner, Nebraska CB Alfonzo Dennard and Northwestern WR Jeremy Ebert.

28)   Minnesota traded its seventh-round pick (No. 211) to Tennessee for the Titans’ 2013 sixth-round pick. Tennessee selected Rice DE Scott Solomon.