Because of the labor uncertanty, the league is enforcing a rule that all draft-weekend trades must involve picks only, not players.
Here is the list of the nine trades made April 29:
To see the four trades during Round 1, click here. Trades below begin with No. 5 on the NFL’s list of draft transactions.
No. 5: Denver trades its 2011 Round 2 (No. 36 overall) selection to San Francisco for the 49ers’ 2011 Round 2 (No. 45 overall), Round 4 (No. 109 overall) and Round 5 (No. 141) selections.
No. 6: Indianapolis trades its 2011 Round 2 (No. 53 overall) and Round 5 (No. 152 overall) to Washington for the Redskins’ 2011 Round 2 (No. 49 overall; from Jacksonville) selection.
No. 7: Chicago trades its 2011 Round 2 (No. 62 overall) and Round 4 (No. 127 overall) selections to Washington for the Redskins’ 2011 Round 2 (No 53 overall; from Indianapolis) selection.
No. 8: Detroit trades its 2011 Round 3 (No. 75 overall), Round 4 (No. 107 overall), Round 5 (No. 154 overall; from Kansas City) and Round 7 (No. 205 overall; Denver) selections to Seattle for the Seahawks’ 2011 Round 2 (No. 57 overall), Round 5 (No. 157 overall; from Baltimore) and Round 7 (No. 209 overall; from Cleveland) selections.
No. 9: Houston trades its 2011 Round 3 (No. 73 overall) and Round 5 (No. 138 overall) selections to New England for the Patriots’ 2011 Round 2 (No. 60 overall) selection.
No. 10: Miami trades its 2011 Round 3 (No. 79 overall), Round 5 (No. 146 overall) and Round 7 (No. 217 overall) selections to Washington for the Redskins’ 2011 Round 2 (No. 62 overall; from Chicago) selection.
No. 11: Jacksonville trades its 2011 Round 3 (No. 80 overall) and Round 6 (No. 182 overall) selections to San Francisco for the 49ers’ 2011 Round 3 (No. 76 overall) selection.
No. 12: New England trades its 2011 Round 3 (No. 92 overall) and Round 4 (No. 125 overall) selections to Oakland for the Raiders’ 2011 Round 7 (No. 219 overall) and 2012 Round 2 selections.
No. 13: Baltimore trades its 2011 Round 3 (No. 90 overall) and Round 6 (No. 191 overall) selections to Philadelphia for the Eagles’ 2011 Round 3 (No. 85 overall) selection.
The final list of selections for Round 2 and Round 3 of the 2011 NFL Draft:
|Pick||Overall #||Club||Player (School)|
|1||33||New England from Carolina||DB Ras-i Dowling (Virginia)|
|2||34||Buffalo||DB Aaron Williams (Texas)|
|3||35||Cincinnati||QB Andy Dalton (TCU)|
|4||36||San Francisco from Denver||QB Colin Kaepernick (Nevada)|
|5||37||Cleveland||DL Jabaal Sheard (Pittsburgh)|
|6||38||Arizona||RB Ryan Williams (Virginia Tech)|
|7||39||Tennessee||LB Akeem Ayers (UCLA)|
|8||40||Dallas||LB Bruce Carter (North Carolina)|
|9||41||Washington||DL Jarvis Jenkins (Clemson)|
|10||42||Houston||DL Brooks Reid (Arizona)|
|11||43||Minnesota||TE Kyle Rudolph (Notre Dame)|
|12||44||Detroit||WR Titus Young (Boise State)|
|13||45||Denver from San Francisco||FS Rahim Moore (UCLA)|
|14||46||Denver from Miami||OL Orlando Franklin (Miami)|
|15||47||St. Louis||TE Lance Kendricks (Wisconsin)|
|16||48||Oakland||OL Stefen Wisniewski (Penn State)|
|17||49||Indianapolis from Jacksonville through Washington||OL Ben Ijalana (Villanova)|
|18||50||San Diego||DB Marcus Gilchrist (Clemson)|
|19||51||Tampa Bay||DE Da'Quan Bowers (Clemson)|
|20||52||New York Giants||DL Marvin Austin (North Carolina)|
|21||53||Chicago from Indianapolis through Washington||DT Stephen Paea (Oregon State)|
|22||54||Philadelphia||DB Jaiquawn Jarrett (Temple)|
|23||55||Kansas City||OL Rodney Hudson (Florida State)|
|24||56||New England from New Orleans||RB Shane Vereen (California)|
|25||57||Detroit from Seattle||RB Mikel Leshoure (Illinois)|
|26||58||Baltimore||WR Torrey Smith (Maryland)|
|27||59||Cleveland from Atlanta||WR Greg Little (North Carolina)|
|28||60||Houston from New England||DB Brandon Harris (Miami)|
|29||61||San Diego from New York Jets||Jonas Mouton (Michigan)|
|30||62||Miami from Chicago through Washington||RB Daniel Thomas (Kansas State)|
|31||63||Pittsburgh||OL Marcus Gilbert (Florida)|
|32||64||Green Bay||WR Randall Cobb (Kentucky)|
|Pick||Overall #||Club||Player (School)|
|1||65||Carolina||DL Terrell McClain (South Florida)|
|2||66||Cincinnati||DL Dontay Moch (Nevada)|
|3||67||Denver||LB Nate Irving (North Carolina State)|
|4||68||Buffalo||LB Kelvin Sheppard (LSU)|
|5||69||Arizona||T Robert Housler (Florida Atlantic)|
|6||70||Kansas City from Cleveland||LB Justin Houston (Georgia)|
|7||71||Dallas||RB DeMarco Murray (Oklahoma)|
|8||72||New Orleans from Washington||OLB Martez Wilson (Illinois)|
|9||73||New England from Houston||RB Stevan Ridley (LSU)|
|10||74||New England from Minnesota||QB Ryan Mallett (Arkansas)|
|11||75||Detroit||G John Moffitt (Wisconsin)|
|12||76||Jacksonville from San Francisco||OL William Rackley (Lehigh)|
|13||77||Tennessee||DL Jurrell Casey (Southern California)|
|14||78||St. Louis||WR Justin Pettis (Boise State)|
|15||79||Washington from Miami||WR Leonard Hankerson (Miami)|
|16||80||San Francisco from Jacksonville||DB Chris Culliver (South Carolina)|
|17||81||Oakland||DB Demarcus Van Dyke (Miami)|
|18||82||San Diego||WR Vincent Brown (San Diego State)|
|19||83||New York Giants||WR Jerrel Jernigan (Troy)|
|20||84||Tampa Bay||LB Mason Foster (Washington)|
|21||85||Baltimore from Philadelphia||OT Jah Reid (Central Florida)|
|22||86||Kansas City||DL Allen Bailey (Miami)|
|23||87||Indianapolis||DL Drake Nevis (LSU)|
|24||88||New Orleans||DB Johnny Patrick (Louisville)|
|25||89||San Diego from Seattle||DB Shareece Wright (Southern California)|
|26||90||Philadelphia from Baltimore||DB Curtis Marsh (Utah State)|
|27||91||Atlanta||LB Akeem Dent (Georgia)|
|28||92||Oakland from New England||OL Joseph Barksdale (LSU)|
|29||93||Chicago||DB Chris Conte (California)|
|30||94||New York Jets||DL Kenrick Ellis (Hampton)|
|31||95||Pittsburgh||DB Curtis Brown (Texas)|
|32||96||Green Bay||RB Alex Green (Hawai'i)|
|33||97||Carolina (Compensatory)||DL Sione Fua (Stanford)|