With the Jay Cutler trade, the draft order chart for every team gets an update. 10 picks, now lets "Bronco-up" and bring this draft home!!!
- 1st round, pick #12 overall
- 1st round, pick #18 overall
- 2nd round, pick #48 overall
- 3rd round, pick #79 overall
- 3rd round, pick #84 overall
- 4th round, pick #114 overall
- 5th round, pick #149 overall
- 6th round, pick #185 overall
- 7th round, pick #225 overall
- 7th round, pick #235 overall
Updated chart and description of all the trades after the jump...
UPDATE!: Curious about point value of the picks for trade purposes? You can find that information right here.
- Carolina to Philadelphia. Carolina traded its first-round selection in 2009, as well as its second-round (No. 43: traded to Minnesota and used to select safety Tyrell Johnson) and fourth-round (No. 109: used to select offensive guard Mike McGlynn) selections in 2008 to Philadelphia for the first-round selection of Philadelphia in 2008 (No. 19: used to select offensive tackle Jeff Otah).
- Dallas to Detroit. Dallas traded its first-round, third-round, and sixth-round selections in 2009 to Detroit in exchange for wide receiver Roy Williams and a seventh-round selection in the 2010 draft.
37. Chicago to Denver. Chicago traded its first- and third-round selections (No. 18 and 84) in 2009, its first-round selection in 2010, and quarterback Kyle Orton to Denver for quarterback Jay Cutler and one of Denver's fifth-round selections in 2009 (No. 140).
38. Philadelphia to Buffalo. Philadelphia traded one of its first-round selections and its fourth-round selection in 2009, and a sixth-round selection in 2010, to Buffalo for offensive tackle Jason Peters.
- San Diego to New England. San Diego traded their second-round selection in 2009 and fifth-round selection in 2008 (No. 160: traded to Tampa Bay and used to select quarterback Josh Johnson) to New England for the third-round selection of New England in 2008 (No. 69: used to select running back Jacob Hester).
- Washington to Miami. Washington traded its second-round selection in 2009 and its sixth-round selection in 2010 to Miami for defensive end Jason Taylor.
- New Orleans to New York Giants. New Orleans traded its second-round and fifth-round selections to the New York Giants for tight end Jeremy Shockey. If the Saints re-sign linebacker Jonathan Vilma before free agency begins on February 27, 2009, however, they would owe that second-round selection to the New York Jets, in which case the Giants instead would receive the Saints' first-round selection. See Jonathan Vilma trade below.
31. Kansas City to New England. Kansas City traded its second-round selection to New England for quarterback Matt Cassel and linebacker Mike Vrabel.
- New York Jets to Green Bay. The New York Jets traded a conditional selection to Green Bay for quarterback Brett Favre. The selection became a third-round selection because Favre took the majority of the team's snaps at quarterback. This selection would have become a second- or first-round selection had Favre led the Jets to the playoffs.
- New Orleans to New York Jets. New Orleans traded its third-round selection to the Jets for linebacker Jonathan Vilma. That selection rose from the fourth round because of Vilma's playing time in 2008. If the Saints re-sign Vilma before free agency begins on February 27, 2009, then the Saints would owe the Jets a second-round selection. The Saints have traded that second-round selection to the New York Giants as part of the Jeremy Shockey trade, however, so the Giants instead would get the Saints' first-round choice. Because of this, the Saints reportedly will wait until Vilma is a free agent to re-sign him.
- Cleveland to Dallas. Cleveland traded its third-round selection in 2009 (No. 69) to Dallas for Dallas' fourth-round selection in 2008 (No, 111: used to select tight end Martin Rucker).
- Dallas to Detroit. See above first-round trade for Roy Williams.
- Detroit to Dallas. Detroit traded its fourth-round selection in 2009 and third-round selection in 2008 (No. 111: traded to Cleveland, see above trade for Martin Rucker) to Dallas for Dallas' 2008 third-round selection (No. 92: used to select defensive end Cliff Avril).
- Washington to New York Jets. Washington traded its fourth-round selection in 2009 to the Jets for guard Pete Kendall prior to the 2007 season. The selection changed from a fifth-round selection in 2008 because Kendall played 80 percent of the snaps for the Jets in 2007.
32. Minnesota to Houston. Minnesota traded its fourth-round selection to Houston for quarterback Sage Rosenfels.
- Oakland to Atlanta. Oakland traded its fifth-round selection in 2009 and a second-round selection in 2008 (No. 34: traded to Washington and used to select wide receiver Devin Thomas) to Atlanta for cornerback DeAngelo Hall.
- Cleveland to Philadelphia. Cleveland traded its fifth-round selection in 2009 to Philadelphia for Philadelphia's sixth-round selection in 2009 (No. 191: used to select wide receiver Paul Hubbard).
- New Orleans to New York Giants. See above second-round trade for Jeremy Shockey.
- Tennessee to Dallas. The suspension of cornerback Pacman Jones on October 15, 2008 triggered a clause in his trade agreement that required Tennessee to give Dallas its fifth-round selection. Had Jones not been suspended, Dallas would have owed Tennessee a sixth-round selection.
- Seattle to Denver Seattle traded its fifth-round selection to Denver in return for wide receiver Keary Colbert.
33. New York Jets to Philadelphia The New York Jets traded their fifth-round selection and a conditional selection in 2010 to Philadelphia in return for cornerback Lito Sheppard.
34. New England to Philadelphia. New England traded its fifth-round selection in 2009 to Philadelphia for wide receiver Greg Lewis and a seventh-round selection in 2010.
35. Detroit to Seattle. Detroit traded defensive tackle Cory Redding and its fifth-round selection to Seattle for linebacker Julian Peterson.
- Miami to Dallas. Miami traded its sixth-round selection in 2009 and sixth-round selection in 2008 (No. 167: used to select linebacker Erik Walden) to Dallas for defensive tackle Jason Ferguson and Dallas' sixth-round selection (No. 195: used to select offensive guard Donald Thomas).
- Minnesota to Philadelphia. Minnesota traded its sixth-round selection to Philadelphia for quarterback Kelly Holcomb.
- New Orleans to Green Bay. New Orleans traded its sixth-round selection in 2009 to Green Bay for Green Bay's seventh-round selection in 2008 (No. 237: used to select wide receiver Adrian Arrington).
- Tampa Bay to Chicago. Tampa Bay traded its sixth-round selection to Chicago for quarterback Brian Griese.
- Chicago to Tampa Bay. Chicago traded its sixth-round selection to Tampa Bay for offensive guard Dan Buenning.
29. Dallas to Detroit. See trade #2 above.
- Jacksonville to Tampa Bay. Jacksonville traded its seventh-round selection in 2009 and its second-round (No. 58: used to select wide receiver Dexter Jackson) and fifth-round (No. 158: traded to Chicago and used to select tight end Kellen Davis) selections in 2008 to Tampa Bay for Tampa Bay's second-round selection in 2008 (No. 52: used to select defensive end Quentin Groves).
- Washington to Minnesota. Washington traded a seventh-round selection to Minnesota for defensive end Erasmus James.
- Cleveland to Miami. Cleveland traded its seventh-round selection to Miami for cornerback Travis Daniels.
- Carolina to Miami. Carolina traded its seventh-round selection to Miami for quarterback Josh McCown.
- Tampa Bay to Pittsburgh. Tampa Bay traded its seventh-round selection to Pittsburgh for offensive lineman Sean Mahan.
- Atlanta to Denver. Atlanta traded a seventh-round selection to Denver in return for cornerback Dominique Foxworth. The selection can rise based on playing time and whether Foxworth resigns with Atlanta.
30. Detroit to Dallas. See trade number 2 above.
36. Miami to Jacksonville. Miami traded its seventh-round selection to Jacksonville for defensive tackle Tony McDaniel.
- Baltimore to Tampa Bay. Baltimore traded a seventh-round selection in 2009 as well as a conditional selection in 2010 to Tampa Bay for defensive end Marques Douglas.