2022 NFL draft trade tracker

We follow up on any first trade-offs made until the 2022 NFL adjustment, from sales that took place almost two years ago to what happened on the first night of the career. Everyone plays an important role in narrating the whole story of the NFL draft.

Here are the most recent polls for the August 1, 2020 election, when the Seattle Seahawks sold two New York Jets for Pro Bowl Jamal Adams defense. The second of the nominees is No. 10 complete choices, giving the Jets two options out of the top 10.

Their Gotham team, the New York Giants, also had two top-10 picks thanks to a share of sales made on the first day of last year’s signing by Chicago Bears, which allowed the Bears to select quarterback Justin Fields. Fields were not the only ones to launch this year’s campaign through commercials, commercials involving sign artists Russell Wilson, Deshaun Watson, Trey Lance, Carson Wentz and recent Super Bowl champion Matthew Stafford have hit the opening stage.

In the case of the 2022 enrollment, follow Round 1 to find out the importance of past trades and follow the many movements up and down.

Review all notes, follow all 262 selections and follow the expected results.

DRAFT-DAY DEALS

Here are some of the products made on Thursday, most recently:

They offer you: April 28, 2022

The Baltimore Ravens sold, selling No. 23 nominations received from Arizona Cardinals for recipient Marquise Brown to Buffalo Bills for first round Bill (No. 25) and fourth (No. 130). Bills used No. 23 nominations for Florida cornerback Kaiir Elam. The Ravens used No. 25 select from Iowa center Tyler Linderbaum.


They offer you: April 28, 2022

Kansas City leaders rallied eight times, selling their first election (No. 29) as well as the third election (No. 94) and the fourth round election (No. 121) in the New England Patriots for and No. 21 choices. The Chiefs nominated Washington defender Trent McDuffie and No. 21 choices.


They offer you: April 28, 2022

The Philadelphia Eagles filled their need for the best receiver, selling their second choice (No. 18) and fourth (No. 101) to the Tennessee Titans for receiver AJ Brown. Brown was the Pro Bowler of the Titans in 2020 and had 63 yards of 869 yards and five touchdowns last season. The Titans used No. 18 pick Arkansas receiver Treylon Burks.


They offer you: April 28, 2022

The Ravens are back in the first round, sending senior recipient Marquise Brown – their first round of choice in 2019 – to the Cardinals of Arizona first (No. 23) and fourth (No. 100). Brown was No. 25 selected Ravens in 2019 and took 91 to 1,008 yards with a six-touch Baltimore touch last season. The Ravens sold No. 23 select Bills No. 25, and Bills using No. 23 select Florida cornerback Kaiir Elam and Ravens using No. 25 at the Iowa Center Tyler Linderbaum.


They offer you: April 28, 2022

The Texans traded their second choice (No. 13) to the Philadelphia Eagles to the Eagles who selected the first choice (No. 15) along with the fourth election (No. 124) and two rounds of five (No. 162 and 166). The Texans originally found No. 13 pick from Cleveland Browns in Deshaun Watson business. The Eagles used No. 13th election to prepare for the defense of Georgia Jordan Davis. Texans used No. 15 selection on Texas A&M guards Kenyon Green.


They offer you: April 28, 2022

The Detroit Lion posed a threat to board the board, selling their second choice (No. 32), second choice (No. 34) and second third (No. 66) in the Minnesota Vikings for and No. 12 choice is the second choice (No. 46). Lions selected Alabama recipient Jameson Williams and No. 12 choices. The Lions initially found No. 32 pick from the Los Angeles Rams in Matthew Stafford’s trade last year.


They offer you: April 28, 2022

The Washington Commanders exchanged their first-round (No. 11) round of New Orleans Saints for Saints First Race (No. 16), third round (No. 98) and fourth (No. …. 120). The Saints originally found No. 16 select trades with the Philadelphia Eagles, who received the nomination from Indianapolis Colts last year on quarterback Carson Wentz. The Saints nominated Ohio State recipient Chris Olave and No. 11 choices. Leaders used No. 16 nominations for Penn State recipient Jahan Dotson.

DAILY EVENTS-DAY

This is what has been designed to guide the preparation of the NFL, since the most recent:

They offer you: April 4, 2022

The New Orleans Saints traded aggressively to take the first addition in this year’s record, the first sale (No. 18), the third (No. 101) and the seventh choice (No. 237) in 2022, respectively. with their first election of 2023 and 2024 second election, in the Philadelphia Eagles in exchange for the first two elections in 2022 (Nos. 16 and 19) and the sixth election (No. 194). The Eagles initially found No. 16 from Indianapolis Colts last year in exchange for quarterback Carson Wentz and was sent to the No. 1 Leaders. 11 pick Thursday. Washington used it at Penn State receiver Jahan Dotson. The Eagles are at No. 18 for the Titans to WR AJ Brown, and the Titans used the number. 18 nominated Arkansas recipient Treylon Burks, and Saints used No. 19 options in Northern Iowa deal with Trevor Penning.


They offer you: March 23, 2022

The Miami Dolphins also made a significant move for the players, selling five picks to Kansas City Chiefs for big-time receiver Tyreek Hill. The Dolphins sent the Chiefs first (No. 29), second (No. 50) and fourth choice (No. 121) this year with their fourth and sixth choices in 2023. The first choice was first. sold to the Dolphins from the San Francisco 49ers last year as part of the Trey Lance commercial. The Chiefs sold No. 29 vote for Patriots for No. 21, who use the selection of Washington cornerback Trent McDuffie.


They offer you: March 18, 2022

The Cleveland Browns paid a high price to get a back-to-back star, selling picks starting in 2022, 2023 and 2024, as well as third-round picks in 2023 and fourth-round picks in 2024, to the Houston Texans in exchange for quarterback Deshaun Watson and fifth round in 2024. This year’s first election is No. 13 total. The Texas sold No. 13 selected Eagles, who recorded Georgia defensive armor Jordan Davis, at No. 15, used on Texas A&M Kenyan Green guards.


They offer you: March 17, 2022

The Las Vegas Raiders took a big swing for the playmaker, their first trade (No. 22) and second round (No. 53) decisions in this year’s program at the Green Bay Packers in exchange for All-Pro receiver Davante Adams. Sales give the Packers the first two options (No. 22 and 28). The Packers used No. 22 select from the Georgia Quay Walker line.


They offer you: March 8, 2022

The Denver Broncos jumped at the chance to solve their quarterback problem, selling hard Noah Fant, quarterback Drew Lock, defensive line Shelby Harris, first-choice picks in 2022 (No. 9) and 2023 and fifth win (No. 145) in 2022 for the Seahawks in exchange. and quarterback Russell Wilson is the fourth pick (No. 116) in 2022. The Seahawks used No. 9 election on Mississippi State to deal with Charles Cross.


They offer you: April 29, 2021

The Bears sold from No. 20 to No. 11 in 2021, giving Giants No. 20 elections are fifth in 2021 (No. 164) along with first (No. 7) and fourth elections (No. 112) this year. Chicago used No. 11 vote in 2021 to elect quarterback Justin Fields. The Giants selected Kadarius Toney receiver and No. 20 selection last year. The Giants decided to fight Alabama Evan Neal and No. 7 choices.


They offer you: March 26, 2021

The Dolphins, after selling No. 12 voted in 2021 in conjunction with the 49ers, he saw that No. 12 selection, No. 123 picks last year with their first 2022 (No. 15) pick for the Eagles in exchange for No. 6 and No. 156 voted for the 2021 election. The Dolphins voted for receiver Jaylen Waddle and No. 6 pick last year. The Eagles sold No. 15 vote in Texas for No. 13th, he then scored Georgia’s defensive arm Jordan Davis.


They offer you: March 26, 2021

The Dolphins felt nervous going through the NFL selling No. 3 vote on the 2021 plans for the 49ers in exchange for No. 12 picks in 2021, first (No. 29) and third round (No. 102) in 2022 and first round in 2023. The Dolphins sold the first choice this year to the Chiefs to host Tyreek Hill. The 49ers used the 2021 election they received on sale to sign Trey Lance. The Chiefs saw that No. 29 vote for Patriots for No. 21, which he uses in writing behind Washington Trent McDuffie.


They offer you: Feb. 18, 2021

The Colts sold third place in 2021 and Eagles’ second in 2022 for quarterback Carson Wentz. The second established option was changed to the first after Wentz played 75% of the Colts’ snaps in 2021. The first option (No. 16) was sold to the Saints as part of a multi-party deal involving eight votes. in the 2022 and 2023. entries were sold from the Saints to the Governors on Thursday.


They offer you: Jan. 30, 2021

The Los Angeles Rams opened the way for their Super Bowl LVI race by trading with Jared Goff, third runner-up in 2021 and first-round picks in 2022 (No. 32) and 2023 for the Detroit Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford, who. led the Rams in a previous chapter. The Lions sold No. 32nd pick to the Vikings, then signed Alabama recipient Jameson Williams.


They offer you: July 25, 2020

The Jets agreed to sell All-Pro defense Jamal Adams to the Seahawks to secure a package that includes selections from 2021 and 2022 (No. 10) and a third choice in 2021 to New York in exchange for Adams and the fourth Jets Selection (No. 10). 109) in 2022. The first graduate ended up being No. 23 in 2021. The Jets sold the election to the Minnesota Vikings, who chose weapons to offend Christian Darrisaw. The Jets used No. 10 election at Ohio State general host Garrett Wilson.

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