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Trade rules

  • All trades must be approved by Chad in designated trade thread.
  • Only pick-for-pick trades will be allowed during the draft hours. 
  • All personnel-for-pick trades must be pre-negotiated with the other GM and submitted to Chad in the designated trade thread by 6pm (one hour prior to draft)
  • No trades for future picks

 

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28 minutes ago, danlhart87 said:

So no pick for pick trades outside draft time?

 

That is not what he is saying. Pick for player trades, they are best done outside draft hours

 

Get your trades in well before draft time since the day of the draft might get hectic and you will have to be on your toes to do it during draft day. Teams on the other side of the mini-break can jump on a good player falling after the mini-break with a trade done during the mini-break too, the timings are known so that everyone can plan accordingly. :) 

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25 minutes ago, chad72 said:

 

That is not what he is saying. Pick for player trades, they are best done outside draft hours

 

Get your trades in well before draft time since the day of the draft might get hectic and you will have to be on your toes to do it during draft day. Teams on the other side of the mini-break can jump on a good player falling after the mini-break with a trade done during the mini-break too, the timings are known so that everyone can plan accordingly. :) 

So basically pick for pick is alright?

I'm asking cause I won't be here draft time

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22 hours ago, chad72 said:

@EastStreet - do we post JUST the finalized trade results here? I am assuming we don't want all the negotiation done here between the GMs, right? 

Sorry, missed this one. It's a catch all thread to advertise (let folks know you are open to trading) and approve. Would prefer the negotiations take place via GMs in PMs, but that's up to you.

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11 minutes ago, EastStreet said:

I'm looking to move up a little (from 157).

 

If anyone is open to trading their pick 140ish for 157, 232, and 260, let me know.

I'm the Chiefs send me trade info what you want 

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hey @chad72 and @NFLfan

 

Looks like there was minimal impact to the second round. Just one (63) from KC to the Titans.


Take a look and do a sanity check for me whenever you have time

 

33) Jacksonville Jaguars 7:00
34) New York Jets 7:05
35) Atlanta Falcons 7:10
36) Miami Dolphins (from Houston Texans) 7:15
37) Philadelphia Eagles 7:20
38) Cincinnati Bengals 7:25
39) Carolina Panthers 7:30
40) Denver Broncos 7:35

-----mini break-----
41) Detroit Lions 7:50
42) New York Giants 7:55
43) San Francisco 49ers 8:00
44) Dallas Cowboys 8:05
45) Jacksonville Jaguars (from Minnesota Vikings) 8:10
46) New England Patriots 8:15
47) Los Angeles Chargers 8:20
48) Las Vegas Raiders 8:25

-----break-----
49) Arizona Cardinals 9:00
50) Miami Dolphins 9:05
51) Washington Football Team 9:10
52) Chicago Bears 9:15
53) Tennessee Titans 9:20
54) Indianapolis Colts 9:25
55) Pittsburgh Steelers 9:30
56) Seattle Seahawks 9:35

-----mini break-----
57) Los Angeles Rams 9:50
58) Baltimore Ravens 9:55
59) Cleveland Browns 10:00
60) New Orleans Saints 10:05
61) Buffalo Bills 10:10
62) Green Bay Packers 10:15
63) Tennessee Titans (from KC) 10:20
64) Tampa Bay Buccaneers 10:25

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2 minutes ago, EastStreet said:

hey @chad72 and @NFLfan

 

Looks like there was minimal impact to the second round. Just one (63) from KC to the Titans.


Take a look and do a sanity check for me whenever you have time

 

33) Jacksonville Jaguars 7:00
34) New York Jets 7:05
35) Atlanta Falcons 7:10
36) Miami Dolphins (from Houston Texans) 7:15
37) Philadelphia Eagles 7:20
38) Cincinnati Bengals 7:25
39) Carolina Panthers 7:30
40) Denver Broncos 7:35

-----mini break-----
41) Detroit Lions 7:50
42) New York Giants 7:55
43) San Francisco 49ers 8:00
44) Dallas Cowboys 8:05
45) Jacksonville Jaguars (from Minnesota Vikings) 8:10
46) New England Patriots 8:15
47) Los Angeles Chargers 8:20
48) Las Vegas Raiders 8:25

-----break-----
49) Arizona Cardinals 9:00
50) Miami Dolphins 9:05
51) Washington Football Team 9:10
52) Chicago Bears 9:15
53) Tennessee Titans 9:20
54) Indianapolis Colts 9:25
55) Pittsburgh Steelers 9:30
56) Seattle Seahawks 9:35

-----mini break-----
57) Los Angeles Rams 9:50
58) Baltimore Ravens 9:55
59) Cleveland Browns 10:00
60) New Orleans Saints 10:05
61) Buffalo Bills 10:10
62) Green Bay Packers 10:15
63) Tennessee Titans (from KC) 10:20
64) Tampa Bay Buccaneers 10:25

Yeah!!!!! 

 

This is where the Titans make their impact tomorrow! :) 

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4 minutes ago, EastStreet said:

Take a look and do a sanity check for me whenever you have time

 

I will do it before work tomorrow. Have a good night, all.

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Just now, Jared Cisneros said:

Yeah!!!!! 

 

This is where the Titans make their impact tomorrow! :) 

LOL. Cheering for you in the mock. Not real life for the Titans though.

 

To me, the 2nd-4th rounds are the most interesting rounds.

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Just now, danlhart87 said:

Trading down getting my 2nd and still landing Ojulari was HUGE @Jared Cisneros

 

I had to go get Cosmi though at any cost 

 

Cosmi and Thuney are gonna help Mahomes 

I think something similar will happen in real life. KC will trade up for an O-Lineman. I hope the Colts take one at 21 if available. It could get ugly.

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1 minute ago, EastStreet said:

LOL. Cheering for you in the mock. Not real life for the Titans though.

 

To me, the 2nd-4th rounds are the most interesting rounds.

I agree and thanks. Hit on the 2nd-4th rounders, and it puts you ahead of the game. Not only for filling out your team with good players, but at a cheap cost for 4 years.

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Just now, Jared Cisneros said:

I agree and thanks. Hit on the 2nd-4th rounders, and it puts you ahead of the game. Not only for filling out your team with good players, but at a cheap cost for 4 years.

Yup. GMs are expected to hit their 1st, and 2nds IMO. If they can get a true stud in the 2nd, or 3rd/4th, that really impacts a team. Some positions are better than others in that zone.

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New draft positions/picks due to trades during the draft:

(Will update as trades are made.)

 

First Round -- completed

#11: Raiders (from Giants)

#17: Giants (from Raiders)

#21 Browns (from Colts)

#22 Chiefs (from Titans)

#25 Green Bay (from Jacksonville)

#26 Colts (from Browns)

#29 Jacksonville (from GB)

#31 Titans (from Chiefs)

 

Second Round -- Tuesday, April 20th, start 7pm ET

 

#33 Bengals ( from Jacksonville)

#38 Jacksonville (from Bengals)

#63 Titans (from Chiefs)

 

Future rounds:

 

#79 Giants (from Raiders)

#80 Giants (from Raiders)

#91 Colts (from Browns)

#92 Jacksonville (from GB)

 

#100 Chiefs (from Titans)

#106 Green Bay (from Jacksonville)

 

#111 Jacksonville (from Bengals)

#116 Raiders (from Giants)

 

 

#165 Browns (from Colts)

#175 Titans (from Chiefs)

 

 

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8 hours ago, EastStreet said:

Looks like there was minimal impact to the second round. Just one (63) from KC to the Titans.

 

I checked. You're right. See above for draft positions that have changed teams. There are several in the 3rd round but only one in the 2nd so far. @chad72

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19 minutes ago, NFLfan said:

 

I checked. You're right. See above for draft positions that have changed teams. There are several in the 3rd round but only one in the 2nd so far. @chad72


Bingo!!! :) 

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4 hours ago, NFLfan said:

New draft positions/picks due to trades during the draft:

(Will update as trades are made.)

 

First Round -- completed

#11: Raiders (from Giants)

#17: Giants (from Raiders)

#21 Browns (from Colts)

#22 Chiefs (from Titans)

#25 Green Bay (from Jacksonville)

#26 Colts (from Browns)

#29 Jacksonville (from GB)

#31 Titans (from Chiefs)

 

Second Round -- Tuesday, April 20th, start 7pm ET

 

#63 Titans (from Chiefs)

 

Future rounds:

 

#79 Giants (from Raiders)

#80 Giants (from Raiders)

#91 Colts (from Browns)

#92 Jacksonville (from GB)

 

#100 Chiefs (from Titans)

#106 Green Bay (from Jacksonville)

 

#116 Raiders (from Giants)

 

 

#165 Browns (from Colts)

#175 Titans (from Chiefs)

 

 

 

Giants got Waddle + 3 picks on TOP 80, nice! Raider got second best OL on draft (Slater), they need help! haha 

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8 hours ago, NFLfan said:

 

I checked. You're right. See above for draft positions that have changed teams. There are several in the 3rd round but only one in the 2nd so far. @chad72

 

Bengals and Jags swapped picks in 2nd.

 

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