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2014 NFL Draft trades: Day Two

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Here are the trades executed on the second day of the 2014 NFL Draft. Unless otherwise noted, all picks mentioned are 2014 selections:

The Cowboys acquired a second-round pick from Washington (No. 34). In exchange, the Redskins received second- and third-round picks from Dallas (Nos. 47 and 78). The Cowboys selected Boise State defensive end Demarcus Lawrence 34th overall. The Redskins took Stanford outside linebacker Trent Murphy at No. 47.

The Lions acquired second- and fifth-round selections from Seattle (Nos. 40 and 146). In exchange, the Seahawks received second-, fourth- and seventh-round picks from Detroit (Nos. 45, 111 and 227). The Lions selected BYU linebacker Kyle Van Noy at No. 40. The Seahawks drafted Colorado wide receiver Paul Richardson at No. 45.

The Rams acquired a second-round pick from Buffalo (No. 41). In exchange, the Bills received second- and fifth-round selections from St. Louis (Nos. 44 and 153). With the No. 41 pick, the Rams took Fresno State cornerback Lamarcus Joyner. At No. 44, the Bills took Alabama offensive tackle Cyrus Kouandjio.

The Eagles acquired a second-round pick from Tennessee (No. 42) for second- and fourth-round selections (Nos. 54 and 122). At No. 42, the Eagles selected Vanderbilt wide receiver Jordan Matthews. At No. 54, the Titans selected Washington tailback Bishop Sankey.

The Chargers acquired a second-round pick from Miami (No. 50) for second- and fourth-round picks (Nos. 57 and 125). At No. 50, the Chargers took Georgia Tech outside linebacker Jeremiah Attaochu. The Dolphins would deal the No. 57 selection to Miami.

The Broncos acquired second- and seventh-round picks (Nos. 56 and 242) from San Francisco for second- and fifth-round picks (Nos. 63 and 171), as well as a 2015 fourth-round pick. At No. 56, the Broncos selected Indiana wide receiver Cory Latimer. The Nos. 63 and 171 picks were dealt to Miami.

The 49ers traded second- and fifth-round picks (Nos. 63 and 171) to Miami for a second-round pick (No. 57). At No. 57, the 49ers selected Ohio State running back Carlos Hyde. With the No. 63 pick, the Dolphins took LSU wide receiver Jarvis Landry.

The Jaguars acquired a second-round pick from San Francisco (No. 61) for third- and fifth-round picks (Nos. 70 and 150). With the 61st selection, the Jaguars took Penn State wide receiver Allen Robinson. At No. 70, the 49ers selected USC center Marcus Martin.

The Dolphins acquired a third-round pick (No. 67) from the Raiders for third- and fourth-round picks (Nos. 81 and 116). With the 67th pick, the Dolphins took North Dakota State offensive lineman Billy Turner. At No. 81, the Raiders took Mississippi State offensive guard Gabe Jackson.

The Texans acquired a third-round pick (No. 83) from the Eagles for fourth- and fifth-round picks (Nos. 101 and 141). At No. 83, the Texans took Notre Dame defensive tackle Louis Nix.

The Jaguars acquired a third-round pick (No. 93) from the Patriots for fourth- and sixth-round selections (Nos. 105, 179). At No. 93, the Jaguars took Miami (Fla.) offensive guard Brandon Linder.

The Browns acquired a third-round pick (No. 94) from the 49ers for fourth- and sixth-round selections (Nos. 106, 180). At No. 94, the Browns selected Towson running back Terrance West.

Also, before the second day of the draft began, the 49ers acquired Bills wide receiver Stevie Johnson for a conditional 2015 draft pick.

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4 Responses to “2014 NFL Draft trades: Day Two”
  1. hugeredskinsfan says: May 9, 2014 11:28 PM

    Nice work by the Raiders. I hope this draft turns out well for them.

  2. clintblairjr says: May 10, 2014 7:27 AM

    Texans either draft Savage in the 4th or trade for Mallet they have addressed everything but QB so far.

  3. babylon15 says: May 10, 2014 8:00 AM

    Jordan Matthews is the steal of the 2nd round. Chip Kelly is building this roster with his type of football players. They are a team to watch..

  4. raidernation37 says: May 10, 2014 2:34 PM

    So no day 3 coverage for Oakland?

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