2007 NFL Draft Trades Print
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1, Carolina traded its first- (No. 14) and sixth-round picks to the New York Jets for the Jets' first- (No. 25), second- (No. 59) and sixth-round (No. 164) picks. New York selected Darrelle Revis, db, Pittsburgh and traded No. 191 to Green Bay. Carolina selected Jon Beason, lb, Miami; Ryan Kalil, c, Southern Cal and (No. 164).
2, Jacksonville traded its first-round (No. 17) pick to Denver for the Broncos' first- (No. 21), third- (No. 86) and sixth-round (No. 198) picks. Denver selected Jarvis Moss, de, Florida. Jacksonville selected Reggie Nelson, s, Florida; traded No. 86 to Baltimore and (No. 198).
3, Dallas traded its first-round (No. 22) pick to Cleveland for the Browns' second-round pick (No. 36) and 2008 first-round pick. Cleveland selected Brady Quinn, qb, Notre Dame. Dallas traded No. 36 to Philadelphia.
4, Philadelphia traded its first-round (No. 26) to Dallas for the Cowboys' second- (No. 36); third- (No. 87) and fifth-round (No. 159) picks. Dallas selected Anthony Spencer, lb, Purdue. Philadelphia selected Kevin Kolb, qb, Houston; Stewart Bradley, lb, Nebraska and (No. 159).
5, New England traded its first-round (No. 28) to San Francisco for the 49ers' fourth-round (No. 110) pick and 2008 first-round pick. San Francisco selected Joe Staley, ot, Central Michigan. New England selected (No. 110).
6, Oakland traded its second-round (No. 33) pick to Arizona for the Cardinals' second- (No. 38) and fourth-round (No. 105) picks. Arizona selected Alan Branch, dt, Michigan. Oakland selected Zach Miller, te, Arizona State and traded No. 105 to Detroit.
7, Detroit traded its second-round (No. 34) pick to Buffalo for the Bills' second- (No. 43) and third-round (No. 74) picks. Buffalo selected Paul Posluszny, lb, Penn State. Detroit selected Drew Stanton, qb, Michigan State and traded No. 74 to Baltimore.
8, Chicago traded its second-round (No. 37) pick to San Diego for the Chargers' second- (No. 62), third- (No. 93), fifth-round (No. 167) picks and 2008 third-round pick. San Diego selected Zach Miller, te, Arizona State. Chicago selected Dan Bazuin, de, Central Michigan; Garrett Wolfe, rb, Northern Illinois and (No. 167).
9, Minnesota traded its second-round (No. 41) to Atlanta for the Falcons' second- (No. 44) and fourth-ropund (No. 121) picks. Atlanta selected Chris Houston, cb, Arkansas. Minnesota selected Sidney Rice, wr, South Carolina and (No. 121).
10, San Francisco traded its second-round (No. 42) pick to Indianapolis for the Colts' fourth-round (No. 126) pick and 2008 first-round pick. Indianapolis selected Tony Ugoh, ot, Arkansas. San Francisco selected (No. 126).
11, Green Bay traded its second- (No. 47) and seventh-round (No. 235) picks to the New York Jets for the Jets' second- (No. 63) and third- (No. 89) and sixth-round (No. 191) picks. New York selected David Harris, lb, Michigan. Green Bay selected Brandon Jackson, rb, Nebraska; Aaron Rouse, db, Virginia Tech and (No. 191).
12, Oakland traded its fourth-round (No. 105) pick to Detroit for WR Mike Williams and QB Josh McCown. Detroit selected (No. 105).
13, Dallas traded its second- (No. 53) and sixth- (No. 195) picks to Cleveland for the Browns' third- (No. 67), fourth- (No. 103) and sixth-round (No. 178) picks. Cleveland selected Eric Wright, db, UNLV and (No. 195). Dallas selected James Marten, ot, Boston College; (No. 103) and (No. 178).
14, New Orleans traded its second-round (No. 58) pick to Detroit for the Lions' third- (No. 66) and fifth-round (No. 145) picks. Detroit selected Ikaika Alama-Francis, de, Hawaii. New Orleans selected Usama Young, db, Kent State and (No. 145).
15, Baltimore traded its second-round (No. 61) pick to Detroit for the Lions' third- (No. 74) and fourth-round (No. 101) picks. Detroit selected Gerald Alexander, db, Boise State. Baltimore selected Yamon Figurs, wr, Kansas State and traded No. 101 to Jacksonville.
16, Jacksonville traded its third-round (No. 86) to Baltimore for the Ravens' fourth- (No. 101); fifth- (No. 166) and sixth- (No. 203) picks. Baltimore selected Marshal Yanda, ot, Iowa. Jakcsonville selected (No. 101); (No. 166) and (No. 203).
17, New England traded its third-round (No. 91) pick to Oakland for the Raiders' seventh-round (No. 211) pick and 2008 third-round pick. Oakland selected Mario Henderson, ot, Florida State. New England selected (No. 211).
 

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