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1, New England traded its first- (No.7) and fifth-round (No. 164) picks to New Orleans for the Saints' first- (No. 10) and third-round (No. 78) picks. New Orleans selected Sedrick Ellis, dt, Southern California and (No. 164). New England selected Jerod Mayo, lb, Tennessee and (No. 78).
2, Baltimore traded its first-round (No. 8) pick to Jacksonville for the Jaguars' first- (No. 26); two third- (No. 71) and (No. 89) and fourth-round (No. 125) picks. Jacksonville selected Derrick Harvey, de, Florida. Baltimore traded No. 26 and No. 89 to Houston and selected (No. 71) and (No. 125).
3, Detroit traded its first- (No. 15) and third-round (No. 76) picks to Kansas City for the Chiefs' first- (No. 17), third- (No. 66) and fifth-round (No. 136) picks. Kansas City selected Branden Albert, g, Virginia and (No. 76). Detroit selected Gosder Cherilus, ot, Boston College; (No. 66) and (No. 136).
4, Houston traded its first-round (No. 18) pick to Baltimore for the Ravens' first- (No.26); third- (No. 89) and sixth-round (No. 173) picks. Baltimore selected Joe Flacco, qb, Delaware. Houston selected Duane Brown, ot, Virginia Tech; (No. 89) and (No. 173).
5, Philadelphia traded its first-round (No. 19) pick to Carolina for the Panthers' second-(No. 43); fourth- (No. 109) and 2009 first-round picks. Carolina selected Jeff Otah, ot, Pittsburgh. Philadelphia traded No. 43 to Minnesota and selected (No. 109).
6, Washington traded its first- (No. 21); third- (No. 84) and fifth-round (No. 154) picks to Atlanta for the Falcons' two second- (No. 34) and (No. 48) and fourth-round (No. 103) picks. Atlanta selected Sam Baker, ot, Southern California; (No. 84) and (No. 154). Washington selected Devin Thomas, wr, Michigan State; Fred Davis, te, Southern Cal and (No. 103).
7, Seattle traded its first-round (No. 25) pick to Dallas for the Cowboys' first- (No. 28); fifth- (No. 163) and seventh-round (No. 235) picks. Dallas selected Mike Jenkins, db, Florida. Seattle selected Lawrence Jackson, de, Southern Cal; (No. 163) and (No. 235).
8, Green Bay traded its first-round (No. 30) pick to the New York Jets for the Jets second- (No. 36) and fourth-round (No. 113) picks. New York selected Dustin Keller, te, Purdue. Green Bay selected Jordy Nelson, wr, Kansas State and (No. 113).
9, Baltimore traded its second-round (No. 38) to Seattle for the Seahawks' second- (No. 55) and third-round (No. 86) picks. Seattle selected John Carlson, te, Notre Dame. Baltimore selected Ray Rice, rb, Rutgers and (No. 86).
10, Philadelphia traded its fourth-round (No. 115) pick to Miami for RB Lorenzo Booker. Miami selected (No. 115).
11, Philadelphia traded its second- (No. 43) and fifth-round (No. 152) picks to Minnesota for the Vikings' second- (No. 47) and fourth-round (No. 117) picks. Minnesota selected Tyrell Johnson, db, Arkansas State and (No. 152). Philadelphia selected Trevor Laws, dt, Notre Dame and (No. 117).
12, Tampa Bay traded its second-round (No. 52) pick to Jacksonville for the Jaguars' second- (No. 58); fifth-round (No. 158) picks and 2009 seventh-round pick. Jacksonville selected Quentin Groves, de, Auburn. Tampa Bay selected Dexter Jackson, wr, Appalachian State and (No. 158).

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