Monday, April 19, 2010

Hey, how did they get that pick?

Thanks to Wikipedia, here is a brief look at how everyone got those picks that did not belong to them....

Round one

^ #11: Chicago → Denver (PD). Chicago traded this selection, its 2009 first- (18th overall; Denver selected Robert Ayers) and third-round selections (84th overall; traded to Pittsburgh, who selected Mike Wallace), and quarterback Kyle Orton to Denver for quarterback Jay Cutler and a 2009 fifth-round selection (140th overall, Chicago selected Johnny Knox).[source 1]
^ #14: Denver → Seattle (PD). Denver traded this selection to Seattle for a 2009 second-round selection (37th overall; Denver selected Alphonso Smith).[source 2]
^ #17: Carolina → San Francisco (PD). Carolina traded this selection to San Francisco for 2009 second- (43rd overall; Carolina selected Everette Brown) and fourth-round selections (111th overall; Carolina selected Mike Goodson).[source 3]

Round two

^ #37: Washington → Philadelphia (PD). Washington traded this selection and a conditional 2011 fourth-round selection to Philadelphia for quarterback Donovan McNabb.[source 4]
^ #40: Seattle → San Diego (PD). Seattle traded this selection and its 2011 third-round selection to San Diego for quarterback Charlie Whitehurst and the Chargers' 2010 second-round selection (60th overall).[source 5]
^ #42: Chicago → Tampa Bay (PD). Chicago traded this selection to Tampa Bay for defensive end Gaines Adams.[source 6]
^ #43: Miami → Denver (PD). Miami traded this selection and its 2011 second-round selection to Denver for wide receiver Brandon Marshall.[source 7]
^ #44: Jacksonville → New England (PD). Jacksonville traded this selection and its 2009 seventh-round selection (232nd overall; New England selected Julian Edelman) to New England for the first of New England's 2009 third-round selections (73rd overall; Jacksonville selected Derek Cox).[source 8]
^ #47: Tennessee → New England (PD). Tennessee traded this selection to New England for the third of New England's 2009 third-round selections (89th overall; Tennessee selected Jared Cook).[source 9]
^ #50: Atlanta → Kansas City (PD). Atlanta traded this selection to Kansas City for tight end Tony Gonzalez.[source 10]
^ #60: San Diego → Seattle (PD). See #40: Seattle → San Diego above.

Round three

^ #70: Seattle → Philadelphia (PD). Seattle traded this selection and its 2009 fifth- (137th overall; after other trades, Baltimore selected Jason Phillips) and seventh-round selections (213th overall; Philadelphia selected Paul Fanaika) to Philadelphia for a 2009 third-round selection (91st overall; Seattle selected Deon Butler).[source 11]
^ #85: New England → Oakland (PD). New England traded this selection and its fourth-round selection (119th overall; because New England did not have a fifth-round selection at the time, when they acquired one, this fourth-round selection was traded back to New England) to Oakland for defensive end Derrick Burgess.[source 12]
^ #85: Oakland → Cleveland (PD). Oakland traded this selection it acquired from New England to Cleveland for defensive end Kamerion Wimbley.[source 13]
^ #88: Baltimore → Arizona (PD). Baltimore traded this selection and its fourth-round selection (123rd overall) to Arizona for wide receiver Anquan Boldin and Arizona's fifth-round selection (157th overall).[source 14]
^ #92: New York Jets → Cleveland (PD). The New York Jets traded this selection, its fifth-round selection (160th overall), linebacker Jason Trusnik, and safety Chansi Stuckey to Cleveland for wide receiver Braylon Edwards.[source 15]

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