NFL 2022 trade deadline deals

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Star running back Christian McCaffrey went from the Panthers to the 49ers two weeks ago. But it wasn’t the last trade before the Nov. 1 deadline.

The 10 trades made on Nov. 1 were the most ever on NFL trade deadline day.

Here’s a look at all the trades made the past two weeks:

The Bills traded for running back Nyheim Hines, sending running back Zack Moss and a conditional sixth-round pick to the Colts.

The Broncos sent a 2024 fourth-round pick to the Jets for pass rusher Jacob Martin and a 2024 fifth-round selection.

The Falcons traded suspended receiver Calvin Ridley to the Jaguars for conditional draft compensation.

The Dolphins acquired running back Jeff Wilson from San Francisco in exchange for a fifth-round pick.

The Dolphins got edge rusher Bradley Chubb from the Broncos for the 49ers’ 2023 first-round draft pick (acquired in the Trey Lance deal), the Broncos’ 2024 fourth-round pick and running back Chase Edmonds. The Dolphins also received the Broncos’ 2025 fifth-round pick.

The Commanders sent cornerback William Jackson III and a sixth-round draft pick in 2024 to the Steelers for Jackson and a seventh-rounder in 2025.

The Bears traded their 2023 second-round pick to the Steelers for receiver Chase Claypool.

The Lions and Vikings did a rare deal between division rivals, with the Detroit sending tight end T.J. Hockenson, a 2023 fourth-round pick and a 2024 conditional fourth-round pick to Minnesota for a 2023 second-round pick and a 2024 fourth-round pick.

The Ravens acquired edge rusher Roquan Smith from the Bears in exchange for linebacker A.J. Klein, a second-round pick and a fifth-round pick.

The Eagles sent a fourth-round draft selection to Chicago for edge rusher Robert Quinn.

The Chiefs traded for receiver Kadarius Toney, sending a 2023 third-round pick and a 2023 sixth-round pick to the Giants.

The Jets acquired running back James Robinson from the Jaguars for a 2023 sixth-round pick that can become a fifth-rounder if Robinson runs for 260 yards for New York this year.

The Cowboys got defensive tackle Johnathan Hankins and a 2023 seventh-round selection from the Raiders for a 2023 sixth-round pick.

The Browns acquired linebacker Deion Jones and a 2024 seventh-round pick from the Falcons for a sixth-round pick in 2024.

Kansas City traded cornerback Rashad Fenton to Atlanta for a conditional seventh-round draft pick to clear $1.4 million in salary cap space.

The Bills acquired safety Dean Marlowe in a trade with the Falcons, who received a 2023 seventh-round pick in return.

52 responses to “NFL 2022 trade deadline deals

  1. The Lions and Vikings did a rare deal between division rivals,
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    So rare they haven’t done it since the Lions traded for the Vikings 1st round pick in the 2022 draft to take Jameson Williams

  2. As usual, the Packers sit on their duffs and do nothing.

    Could Brian Gutekunst be even worse than Ted Thompson?

  3. Yes, the Packers GM does appear to be inept. Not surrounding Rodgers with wr’s? I don’t get it.

  4. Vikings (A+) were the big winner and the Lions (F) were far and away the biggest losers. You don’t trade a 25 year old pro bowler under contract for another year below market to move up from the top of the 4th to the bottom of the 2nd – IN YOUR OWN DIVISION. That’s insane. Hock can dominate a game by himself. Nevermind the Lions have managed to draft just ONE good second round pick (Slay – whom they also gave away in a dumb trade) in about the last 20+ years. Holmes is just going to draft yet another injured bust. It really sucks to be born in Michigan and a lifelong Lions fan.

  5. At the start of the season the Dolphins had two first round picks in the 2023 draft. Now they have none.
    If Chubb doesn’t excel, never mind re-sign in Miami, that’s impossibly quick waste of resources with not much to show for it.

  6. So rare they haven’t done it since the Lions traded for the Vikings 1st round pick in the 2022 draft to take Jameson Williams

    The fact that you can name one other instance in which it happened doesn’t mean that it isn’t rare

  7. Yeah, Gutekunst should have been snapping up all those great available WRs – like who? Trade a 1st to win the bidding for Claypool? Trade for Cooks, who’s already been shipped along by four or five teams? Was Kupp being shopped? Jefferson? I’m not seeing any game-changing WRs that were dealt. There will be better ones in April if you have your choices.

  8. Same old sad sack Lions. Another trade to make your team worse. Ownership has no clue so they hire people and get out of the way. Then those people make dumb moves. And then the clueless ownership wonders why their team never wins! Rinse and repeat.

  9. Chiefs trade Rashad Fenton for a conditional 7th? So does it move to a 6th if he does well? Does it go away completely if he does poorly?

  10. bondlake says:
    November 1, 2022 at 5:04 pm
    As usual, the Packers sit on their duffs and do nothing.

    Could Brian Gutekunst be even worse than Ted Thompson?
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    Look up the Packers record during TT’s tenure. You will find that was second only to New England during those years. Then come back and try to tell us that TT was bad.

  11. Nothing but crickets from Green Bay. Looks like they’re going for high draft picks. How sad.

  12. Awesome to see a GM in Chicago this active. Really like the moves but 2024 is the year to watch as a new O-Line needs time to gel. If they fail to make a deep run in the playoffs in 2024 then all this was for nothing and we’ll be back where we are today.

  13. November 1, 2022 at 5:00 pm
    The Lions and Vikings did a rare deal between division rivals,
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    So rare they haven’t done it since the Lions traded for the Vikings 1st round pick in the 2022 draft to take Jameson Williams

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    Maybe the connection is neither team has a Superbowl victory. The Vikings don’t even have a single championship!

    ZERO.

  14. The Commanders sent cornerback William Jackson III and a sixth-round draft pick in 2024 to the Steelers for Jackson and a seventh-rounder in 2025.
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    The Commanders are trading down from 6th in 2024 to 7th in 2025 and taking Jackson back? Is Vinny Cerrato the GM again or is this Dan’s brilliant deal?

  15. Excuses are like poutine in green bay…everybody has some
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    Ice cubes on the sun are like Superbowl trophies in Minnesota…there aren’t any.

  16. Hello…McFly….The Packers did nothing because they have NOTHING left to trade of any value…..besides Aaron Rodgers, his ego & that bloated expensive contract. What team wants THAT mess?
    Green Bay would’ve had to put a mortgage that horrible contract of Rodgers just to trade him….even to a team like Houston!

  17. The Packers didn’t have to trade for a top WR in the nfl. But how about acquiring one that isn’t just a practice squad guy? Maybe a solid #2 WR in the nfl? An average #2? Their healthy WR’s couldn’t start for several college teams. Their injured WR’s are no better than #3 nfl WR’s. Anybody can see that.

  18. Calvin Ridley was traded while he is suspended? Unbelievable! Clearly, Jacksonville believes they stole him. I would expect him to be re-signed.

  19. The Lions and Vikings did a rare deal between division rivals,
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    So rare they haven’t done it since the Lions traded for the Vikings 1st round pick in the 2022 draft to take Jameson Williams

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    The rarity is the between division rivals part. shipping players to compete against you in your own division is not the best way to operate a franchise. That’s why it’s rarely done.

  20. I don’t like it. You’ve got multiple teams making trades to ensure their tanking snags them a top pick in a QB heavy draft. I was fine with it when it was just a team or two… this is why we can’t have nice things.

    I suggest a lottery on the first day of the draft. Losing teams have slightly better odds than winners. The lottery happens and then immediately draft mayhem ensues, as teams have to adjust on the fly.

  21. So, the Packers, if they wanted to win while they still had a window with Rodgers, could’ve traded for Kadarius Toney and Chase Claypool for a 2,3, and 6. They didn’t why? So they could maybe, at best, draft two WRs next year with that 2 and 3? You had your solution sitting right there….

  22. It’s cool that the trade deadline has become an active day when in the past nothing happened.

  23. The Packers reportedly did offer a second round pick to Pittsburg for Claypool. I guess Pittsburg figured the Bears second round pick will be more valuable.

  24. “So rare they haven’t done it since the Lions traded for the Vikings 1st round pick in the 2022 draft to take Jameson Williams”

    THey traded draft picks, not players. BIG difference.

  25. “Edge rusher Roquan Smith” ?? Last time I checked, he is an off the ball linebacker.

  26. too much piling on the lions. they traded Roy Williams to dallas at a deadline for a 1st, 3rd, and a 6th. and let’s stop pretending Hockenson was the second coming of tony gonzalez please. Always hurt. Neck issues. has one good game then disappears for 5. The coach is a former TE. He might not know much else but he knows tough TEs. I think it was a good deal for them.

  27. graysobr says:
    November 1, 2022 at 5:00 pm
    The Lions and Vikings did a rare deal between division rivals,
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    So rare they haven’t done it since the Lions traded for the Vikings 1st round pick in the 2022 draft to take Jameson Williams

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    Yeah but that was early in 2022 so its been a while.

  28. Hey Packers fan complaining about their WRs who can’t start for anyone else. Hold my beer.

  29. I expected the Rams to do something – get a pass rusher, get stud OL. Kinda looks like we’re also tanking this season.

  30. letsgonow says:
    November 1, 2022 at 6:59 pm
    Is it surprising to see no moves by the Pats?
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    Not really.
    It’s reported they had under $2M in cap space. And while there were rumors that teams asked about Isaiah Wynn, Agholor, Bourne, Damien Harris and even Jakobi Myers,
    when you think about it, most of these rumors are either false or the teams weren’t likely offering equal value. Was any team actually prepared to pay the remainder of Wynn’s $10M+ contract? Chances are teams offered draft picks and picks are useless to a team intent on trying to make the playoffs.
    And regarding the Patriots organization that team is so tight lipped when it comes to information sought by media etc, chances the rumors are all false.
    I’m guessing that if BB did consider freeing up cap space it likely would have been for an edge rusher or maybe secondary help?

  31. Vikings was a need trade because of injury. I do not get all the big fuss over in season trades. It is not like baseball. Football is very complex and other than punter, kicker and RB, I don’t know who easy if is for players to learn a new system and make a huge contribution to the new team.

  32. BayAreaBrownsBacker says:
    November 1, 2022 at 6:43 pm
    The Lions and Vikings did a rare deal between division rivals,
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    So rare they haven’t done it since the Lions traded for the Vikings 1st round pick in the 2022 draft to take Jameson Williams

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    The rarity is the between division rivals part. shipping players to compete against you in your own division is not the best way to operate a franchise. That’s why it’s rarely done.

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    They were already division rivals by early 2022 when that other deal went down.

  33. justintuckrulelives says:
    November 1, 2022 at 8:39 pm
    too much piling on the lions. they traded Roy Williams to dallas at a deadline for a 1st, 3rd, and a 6th. and let’s stop pretending Hockenson was the second coming of tony gonzalez please. Always hurt. Neck issues.
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    He missed 5 games last year with thumb surgery. Played all 16 in 2020. Missed games as a rookie (3 years ago) with a knee. Has played in all 7 this year. Had 61 catches last year (tied for 9th, while missing 5 games) and 67 the year before (4th for TE). On the Lions crappy team. No, he isn’t Tony Gonzales. Nor is he Kelce. Then again, nobody said he was, and the Vikings picked him up at a discount. And the dude appears to be getting better.

  34. 1dayatatime says:
    November 1, 2022 at 10:03 pm
    letsgonow says:
    November 1, 2022 at 6:59 pm
    Is it surprising to see no moves by the Pats?
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    Not really.
    It’s reported they had under $2M in cap space. And while there were rumors that teams asked about Isaiah Wynn, Agholor, Bourne, Damien Harris and even Jakobi Myers,
    when you think about it, most of these rumors are either false or the teams weren’t likely offering equal value. Was any team actually prepared to pay the remainder of Wynn’s $10M+ contract? Chances are teams offered draft picks and picks are useless to a team intent on trying to make the playoffs.
    And regarding the Patriots organization that team is so tight lipped when it comes to information sought by media etc, chances the rumors are all false.
    I’m guessing that if BB did consider freeing up cap space it likely would have been for an edge rusher or maybe secondary help?

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    The Patriots are not trying to make the playoffs. It will be nice if they do, but the current objective is a rebuilding exercise. The only basis for playoffs to be a goal that matters is that its good for the team development to have a target, but even then the development is the real purpose.

    That said, the rest of what you said is probably correct. The offers were too low on the ones that he would have sold for draft compensation.

  35. 49ersfaithfulorg says:
    November 1, 2022 at 5:34 pm
    Same old sad sack Lions. Another trade to make your team worse. Ownership has no clue so they hire people and get out of the way. Then those people make dumb moves. And then the clueless ownership wonders why their team never wins! Rinse and repeat.
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    Funny to hear Clara fan chiming in on poor draft choices. Perhaps you already forgot about drafting Trey Lance?

  36. Could Brian Gutekunst be even worse than Ted Thompson?
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    He fired McCarthy. He’s aces in my book!

    Would have been interesting to see how much different that 2020 NFC Title Game would have been if the bleachers were full.

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