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9 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

 

#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)

 

 

@EastStreet @chad72 Updated with Jags-Bengals trade.

 

Taking walk with a friend. Will be back home by 7. Ttyl

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1 minute ago, Jared Cisneros said:

You're good. I understand by your pick. We'll see what happens later! :thmup:

Yeah man this isn't a draft I feel comfortable trading back and praying. lol. It's been pretty cutthroat so far.

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3 minutes ago, Coltsman1788 said:

The Washington Football Team selects Pat Freiermuth, TE Penn State.

 

Wrong thread, do it in the Round 2 thread. This is just for trade/draft discussions and trade announcements.

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@NFLfan @chad72

 

Here's what I have thus far

Bolded the trades 

 

 

Round 3

-----------session 1----------
65) Jacksonville Jaguars
66) New York Jets
67) Houston Texans
68) Atlanta Falcons
69) Cincinnati Bengals
70) Philadelphia Eagles
71) Denver Broncos
72) Detroit Lions

-----------session 2----------
73) Carolina Panthers
74) Washington Football Team (from San Francisco 49ers)
75) Dallas Cowboys
76) New York Giants
77) Los Angeles Chargers
78) Minnesota Vikings
79) Giants via Las Vegas Raiders (from Arizona Cardinals)
80) Giants via Las Vegas Raiders

-----------session 3----------
81) Miami Dolphins
82) Washington Football Team
83) Chicago Bears
84) Philadelphia Eagles (from Indianapolis Colts)
85) Tennessee Titans
86) New York Jets (from Seattle Seahawks)
87) Pittsburgh Steelers
88) Los Angeles Rams

-----------session 4----------
89) Cleveland Browns
90) Minnesota Vikings (from Baltimore Ravens)
91) Colts via Cleveland Browns (from New Orleans Saints)
92) Jaguars via Green Bay Packers
93) Buffalo Bills
94) Kansas City Chiefs
95) Tampa Bay Buccaneers
96) New England Patriots (compensatory selection)

-----------session 5----------
97) Los Angeles Chargers (compensatory selection)
98) New Orleans Saints (compensatory selection)
99) Dallas Cowboys (compensatory selection)
100) KC via Tennessee Titans (compensatory selection)
101) Detroit Lions (from Los Angeles Rams; compensatory selection)
102) San Francisco 49ers (special compensatory selection)
103) Los Angeles Rams (special compensatory selection)
104) Baltimore Ravens (special compensatory selection)
105) New Orleans Saints (special compensatory selection)

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Summary of trades so far:

 

TRADE 1:

Titans get picks No. 31 63 and 175

Chiefs get picks No. 22 and 100

 

 

TRADE 2:

NY Giant receive picks No.17, 79 and 80 from Raiders

Raiders receive pick No.11 and No. 116 from Giants

 

 

TRADE 3:

Colts trade; 21 & 165 
Browns trade: 26 & 91 

 

 

TRADE 4:

Jaguars get Pick No.29 ( value 640) and 3rd round Pick No.92 (132)

Packers get Pick No.25 (700) and Jaguars 4th round Pick No.106 (82)

 

 

TRADE 5:

Bengals get Pick No.33

Jaguars get Pick No.38 and Pick No.111

 

 

TRADE 6:

Chiefs get Pick No. 65

Jaguars get Picks No. 94, 100 and 136

 

@EastStreet @NFLfan

 

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Updated list of Picks traded

Third round:

#65 Chiefs (from Jaguars)

#79 Giants (from Raiders)

#80 Giants (from Raiders)

#91 Colts (from Browns)

#92 Jacksonville (from GB)

#94 Jacksonville (from Kansas City)

#100 Jacksonville (via trade with Kansas City from Titans)

 

4th round and later

#106 Green Bay (from Jacksonville)

#111 Jacksonville (from Bengals)

#116 Raiders (from Giants)

#127 Dolphins (from Colts)

$136 Jacksonville (from Kansas City)

 

#165 Browns (from Colts)

#175 Titans (from Chiefs)

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Summary of trades so far:

 

TRADE 1:

Titans get picks No. 31 63 and 175

Chiefs get picks No. 22 and 100

 

 

TRADE 2:

NY Giant receive picks No.17, 79 and 80 from Raiders

Raiders receive pick No.11 and No. 116 from Giants

 

 

TRADE 3:

Colts trade; 21 & 165 
Browns trade: 26 & 91 

 

 

TRADE 4:

Jaguars get Pick No.29 ( value 640) and 3rd round Pick No.92 (132)

Packers get Pick No.25 (700) and Jaguars 4th round Pick No.106 (82)

 

 

TRADE 5:

Bengals get Pick No.33

Jaguars get Pick No.38 and Pick No.111

 

 

TRADE 6:

Chiefs get Pick No. 65

Jaguars get Picks No. 94, 100 and 136

 

 

TRADE 7:

Colts get Pick No.81

Dolphins get Picks No.91 and Pick No.127

 

 

TRADE 8: 

Jaguars get Pick No.89

Browns get Pick No.92 and Pick No.145

 

@EastStreet @NFLfan

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11 minutes ago, chad72 said:

TRADE 8 TO ANNOUNCE:

 

Jaguars trade Pick No.92 and Pick No.145 To Browns For Pick No.89

 

@EastStreet @NFLfan - should give you ample time during the break for adjustments, LOL

 

Just seeing this. Was on the break. 

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Here's what I have after looking through the trades thus far

 

Round 4

 

Session 1
106) Green Bay (Jaguars) 700
107) New York Jets 705
108) Atlanta Falcons 710
109) Houston Texans 715
110) Cleveland Browns (Eagles) 720
111) Jacksonville Jaguars (Bengals) 725
112) Detroit Lions 730
113) Carolina Panthers 735
-----mini break------

 

Session 2
114) Denver Broncos 750
115) Dallas Cowboys 755
116) Raiders (Giants) 800
117) San Francisco 49ers 805
118) Los Angeles Chargers 810
119) Minnesota Vikings 815
120) New England Patriots 820
121) Las Vegas Raiders 825
-------break------

 

Session 3
122) New England Patriots (Cardinals via Texans) 900
123) Philadelphia Eagles (Dolphins) 905
124) Washington Football Team 910
125) Minnesota Vikings (Bears) 915
126) Tennessee Titans 920
127) Miami Dolpins (Colts) 925
128) Pittsburgh Steelers 930 
129) Seattle Seahawks 935
-----mini break--------

 

Session 4
130) Jacksonville Jaguars (Rams) 950
131) Baltimore Ravens 955
132) Cleveland Browns 1000
133) New Orleans Saints 1005
134) Minnesota Vikings (Bills) 1010
135) Green Bay Packers 1015
136) Jacksonville Jaguars (Chiefs) 1020
137) Tampa Bay Buccaneers 1025
------mini break------

 

Session 5
138) Dallas Cowboys (comp) 1040
139) New England Patriots (comp) 1045
140) Pittsburgh Steelers (comp) 1050
141) Los Angeles Rams (comp) 1055
142) Green Bay Packers (comp) 1100
143) Minnesota Vikings (comp) 1105
144) Kansas City Chiefs (comp) 1110

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45 minutes ago, JoeThornburg said:

The Pittsburgh Steelers offer picks #128 and #140 in trade to move up in the 4th round.

 

40 minutes ago, EastStreet said:

Sold! I have 127

:headspin:

I can beat him! I have 126! Trust me, you don't want to get sniped by the Titans! :) 

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7 hours ago, JoeThornburg said:

The Pittsburgh Steelers offer picks #128 and #140 in trade to move up in the 4th round.


Actually, value wise, moving up to the #111 pick that the Jaguars (yours truly) got from The Bengals (stick it to your division rival), gives you best value for #128 and #140. Let me know if that works for you. Cheers!!!

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16 minutes ago, chad72 said:


Actually, value wise, moving up to the #111 pick that the Jaguars (yours truly) got from The Bengals (stick it to your division rival), gives you best value for #128 and #140. Let me know if that works for you. Cheers!!!

I can't pass that up. Sold.

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9 minutes ago, chad72 said:

Approved.

Another trade:

 

Jaguars get pick No.113

Pantgers get pick No.128 and No.136

Got it, and thank you.

PS... I am updating things on my PC, so they'll be reflected at each session.

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Changes in draft picks due to trades Updated):

 

4th round and later

#106 Green Bay (from Jacksonville)

#111 Steelers [from Jacksonville (from Bengals)]

#113 Jaguars (from Panthers)

#116 Raiders (from Giants)

#127 Dolphins (from Colts)

#128 Panthers (from Jaguars (from Steelers)

#136 Panthers (from Jacksonville (from Kansas City)

#140 Jaguars (from Steelers)

#144 Dolphins (Kansas City)

#156 Chiefs (from Dolphins)

#165 Browns (from Colts)

#175 Titans (from Chiefs)

 

#231  Chiefs (from Dolphins)

 

#258 Chiefs (from Dolphins)

 

 

 

@EastStreet @chad72

 

 

 

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