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 Tim Shaw, lb, Penn State.
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 to Atlanta.
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 C.J. Gaddis, db, Clemson.
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 traded No. 110 to Oakland.
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 Eric Weddle, db, Utah. Chicago selected Dan Bazuin, de, Central Michigan; Garrett Wolfe, rb, Northern Illinois and Kevin Payne, db, Louisiana-Monroe.
9, Minnesota traded its second-round (No. 41) to Atlanta for the Falcons' second- (No. 44) and fourth-round (No. 121) picks. Atlanta selected Chris Houston, cb, Arkansas. Minnesota selected Sidney Rice, wr, South Carolina and traded No. 121 to Denver.
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 Dashon Goldson, db, Washington.
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 and Chansi Stuckey, wr, Clemson. Green Bay selected Brandon Jackson, rb, Nebraska; Aaron Rouse, db, Virginia Tech and Korey Hall, lb, Boise State.
12, Oakland traded its fourth-round (No. 105) pick to Detroit for WR Mike Williams and QB Josh McCown. Detroit selected A.J. Davis, db, N.C. State.
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 traded No. 195 back to Dallas. Dallas selected James Marten, ot, Boston College; Isaiah Stanback, qb, Washington and Nick Folk, k, Arizona.
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 David Jones, db, Wingate.
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. Jacksonville selected Adam Podlesh, p, Maryland; Derek Landri, dt, Notre Dame and traded No. 203 to Atlanta.
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 Oscar Lua, lb, Southern Cal.
Sunday
18, Tampa Bay traded its fourth-round (No. 102) pick to Minnesota for the Vikings' fourth- (No. 106) and sixth-round (No. 182) picks. Minnesota selected Brian Robison, de, Texas. Tampa Bay selected Tanard Jackson, db, Syracuse and Adam Hayward, lb, Portland State.
19, San Francisco traded its fourth-round (No. 124) pick to Seattle for WR Darrell Jackson. Seattle selected Mansfield Wrotto, g, Georgia Tech.
20, New England traded its fourth-round (No. 110) pick to Oakland for WR Randy Moss. Oakland selected John Bowie, db, Cincinnati.
21, Houston traded its fourth-round (No. 110) pick to New Orleans for the Saints' fourth- (No. 123) and fifth-round (No. 163) picks. New Orleans selected Antonio Pittman, rb, Ohio State. Houston selected Fred Bennett, db, South Carolina and Brandon Frye, ot, Virginia Tech.
22, Green Bay traded its fourth-round (No. 112) pick to Pittsburgh for the Steelers' fourth- (No. 119) and sixth-round (No. 192) picks. Pittsburgh selected Daniel Sepulveda, p, Baylor. Green Bay selected Allen Barbre, ot, Missouri Southern and Desmond Bishop, lb, Califoirnia.
23, St. Louis traded its fourth-round (No. 117) pick to Detroit for two of the Lions' fifth-round (No. 139 and 154) picks. Detroit selected Manuel Ramirez, g, Texas Tech. St. Louis selected Dustin Fry, c, Clemson and Clifton Ryan, dt, Michigan State.
24, Minnesota traded its fourth-round (No. 121) pick to Denver for the Broncos' sixth- (No. 176) and seventh-round (No. 233) picks and 2008 third-round pick. Denver selected Marcus Thomas, dt, Florida. Minnesota selected Rufus Alexander, lb, Oklahoma and Chandler Williams, wr, Florida International.
25, Atlanta traded its fifth-round (No. 149) pick to Jacksonville for the Jaguars' three sixth-round (Nos. 194, 198 and 203) picks. Jacksonville selected Uche Nwaneri, g, Purdue. Atlanta selected David Irons, db, Auburn; Doug Datish, ot, Ohio State and Daren Stone, db, Maine.
26, Cleveland traded its sixth-round (No. 195) pick to Dallas for the Cowboys' sixth- (No. 200) and seventh-round (No. 234) picks. Dallas selected Deon Anderson, rb, Connecticut. Cleveland selected Melila Purcell, de, Hawaii and Syndric Steptoe, wr, Arizona.
 

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