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2013 NFL Draft trades: Day Two

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Here are the terms of trades completed on Friday, April 26, the second day of the 2013 NFL Draft. All draft picks are 2013 selections unless otherwise noted:

The Titans acquired a second-round pick from San Francisco (No. 34 overall), sending second- and seventh-round picks (Nos. 40, 216) in 2013 and a 2014 third-rounder to the 49ers. The Titans selected Tennessee wide receiver Justin Hunter at No. 34. The 49ers took Florida State defensive lineman Cornellius “Tank” Carradine at No. 40.

The Chargers traded for the Cardinals’ second-round pick (No. 38), giving up second- and fourth-round picks (Nos. 45, 110) to Arizona. The Chargers used selection No. 38 on Notre Dame linebacker Manti Te’o, while the Cardinals took LSU linebacker Kevin Minter at No. 45.

The 49ers acquired the Packers’ second-round pick (No. 55). In return, San Francisco surrendered second- and sixth-round picks (Nos. 61, 173). The 49ers took Rice tight end Vance McDonald at No. 55. The Packers used the No. 61 choice on Alabama running back Eddie Lacy.

The Ravens traded for the Seahawks’ second-round selection (No. 56). Baltimore sent Seattle second-, fifth- and sixth-round picks (Nos. 62, 165, 199) to complete the deal. The Ravens took Kansas State linebacker Arthur Brown with pick No. 56. Six picks later, the Seahawks selected Texas A&M running back Christine Michael at No. 62.

The Saints acquired a third-round selection from Miami (No. 82). In exchange, the Dolphins received two fourth-round picks (Nos. 106, 109) from New Orleans. The Saints took Georgia nose tackle John Jenkins at No. 82. The Dolphins would trade selection No. 109 to Green Bay.

The 49ers traded for the Packers’ third-round choice (No. 88), surrendering third- and seventh-round picks (Nos. 93, 216) to Green Bay. With pick No. 88, San Francisco chose Auburn defensive lineman Corey Lemonier. The Packers would deal the 93rd selection to Miami (see next entry).

The Dolphins acquired a third-round pick from Green Bay (No. 93), giving up fourth-, fifth- and seventh-round picks (Nos. 109, 146, 224). The Dolphins selected Utah State cornerback Will Davis at No. 93.

The Dolphins traded wide receiver Davone Bess and their fourth- and seventh-round picks (Nos. 111, 217) to Cleveland. In return, the Browns sent the Dolphins fourth- and fifth-round picks (Nos. 104, 164).

The Saints traded running back Chris Ivory to the Jets in exchange for New York’s fourth-round pick (No. 106). The Saints dealt No. 106 in a package for pick No. 82, which was used on Georgia nose tackle John Jenkins.

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15 Responses to “2013 NFL Draft trades: Day Two”
  1. scottieplongballs says: Apr 27, 2013 4:08 AM

    I wanna know why Keenan Allen (wr) feel to the 3rd round. What am i missing?

  2. spideysdog says: Apr 27, 2013 5:31 AM

    From Seau to Teo. Junior just rolled over. RIP.

  3. kampfire90 says: Apr 27, 2013 6:52 AM

    The Browns-Dolphin trade for Devone Bess was swapping 4th round picks (Browns moving down about 6 spots) & the Browns GETTING the Dolphin’s 7th Round pick. I know, it doesn’t seem to make a lot of sense…it was a very good trade for the Browns. The Browns still have their 5th Rounder.

  4. peytonsneck18 says: Apr 27, 2013 7:37 AM

    everybody get all of that???? lol

  5. barneyrumble says: Apr 27, 2013 8:22 AM

    I don’t understand the Jets trading for Ivory, he’s not a quarterback. How can you get to 11 quarterbacks by taking a runner?

  6. tfaulk says: Apr 27, 2013 9:18 AM

    “The Browns-Dolphin trade for Devone Bess was swapping 4th round picks (Browns moving down about 6 spots) & the Browns GETTING the Dolphin’s 7th Round pick. I know, it doesn’t seem to make a lot of sense…it was a very good trade for the Browns. The Browns still have their 5th Rounder.”

    No. The Browns still have the #139 pick in the 5th, but they did trade the #164/31st pick of the 5th round that they received from San Fran. The trade was Bess and lower 4th rounder for the higher 4th rounder and a 5th round pick.

  7. tfaulk says: Apr 27, 2013 9:21 AM

    Sorry, I left out the Fin’s 7th rounder. Don’t want to confuse:

    Dolphins traded 1)Bess 2) #111 pick, and 3) #217 pick for 1) #104th pick and 2) #164th pick.

  8. swampdawg80 says: Apr 27, 2013 9:30 AM

    To the Saints didn’t have a 2nd rounder, they did really well in the 3rd taking both tackle Armstead and nt Jenkins.

  9. stevenr1227 says: Apr 27, 2013 9:51 AM

    I think the Titans got a steal getting Justin Hunter, adding Chance Warmack along with FA pick up Andy Levitre it will all be on Jake Locker this year going into year #3 Go Titans !!!

  10. soulbrotherno3 says: Apr 27, 2013 9:58 AM

    Heard Keenan Allen fell because of slow 40 time at combine and previous knee surgeries. Apparently his knee hasn’t responded well after this surgery and he’s been slowed because of it.

  11. atthemurph says: Apr 27, 2013 10:03 AM

    stevenr1227 says:

    it will all be on Jake Locker this year going into year #3
    ———————————————————–

    Good luck with that.

  12. cuda1234 says: Apr 27, 2013 10:10 AM

    Why would the Dolphins dump Bess? Will this be Wes Welker all over again?

  13. brassknuckles47 says: Apr 27, 2013 10:50 AM

    You guys are kidding, right?

    Manti Te’o can’t tackle (as shown in the Alabama game……and dont give me the BS about “it’s only one game”. What if THAT one game is a playoff game, or Superbowl…..or even against the Raiders regular season game. ) He is weak mentally (as shown by having an imaginary girl-friend….or he’s just stupid), he can’t cover receivers (as shown in numerous scouting reports) and cant take on NFL linemen (as again, shown in the Ala. game)

    Manti Te’o is the Tim Tebow of 2013………circus and all.

    Grade F!

  14. themackstrong says: Apr 27, 2013 11:17 AM

    I know I should just trust Schneider may be outsmarting himself because they are trading loaded with 10 picks as well and I can’t see half of them making the roster because we are loaded unlike years before. PFT hit it when they said Seattle was going to take another HB 2nd round when most of us fans saw Lynch & Turbin looking like his heir. Lets hope they trade some of this into next years picks. 3 5th round picks will be excited for the final day.

  15. garyhd01 says: Apr 27, 2013 11:24 AM

    keenen allen is coming off an injury and there were question marks did he truly fail a drug test while it may not be fair that had to push him down if not off a lot of boards

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