View Full Version : Who Has Multiple Picks?
01-03-2006, 11:07 PM
i'm obviously part of the trade down group, and my question is, which teams currently have multiple draft picks in the first 3 rounds? i'm guessing it's not likely, but i'd like to entertain the idea that there could be a legitimate bidding war for the top spot for either bush, or to beat new orleans to leinhart. what would be an improbable, but not impossible trade scenario that would make it a franchise building draft?
along those lines, are there any notable players that could be on the trading block in addition draft picks?
01-03-2006, 11:08 PM
01-03-2006, 11:19 PM
The Texans have NO's 3rd from last year via the trade that moved from 13-16 .....thats the first two picks in the 3rd round ....That trade may have cost them a hell of a linebacker but it could bring an impact type player this year
· Denver has a #1 from Washington (pre-draft 2005 trade)
· New England has a 3rd rounder from Baltimore (2005 draft day trade)
· Houston has a 3rd rounder from New Orleans (2005 draft day trade)
· Buffalo has a #3 from Tennessee (RB Travis Henry)
· Denver has a 4th from Washington (pre-draft 2005 trade)
· New England has a 4th from Detroit (2005 draft trade)
· Philadelphia has a 4th from Dallas (2005 draft trade)
· Philadelphia has a 4th from Indianapolis (2005 draft trade)
· Tampa Bay gets a #5 from San Diego if WR Keenan McCardell makes the Pro Bowl in either 2004 or 2005)
· New England has a 5th rounder from Oakland (2005 draft day trade)
· Miami has forfeited its 5th rounder (DT Manual Wright - supp draft pick)
· Dallas has a 6th from Philadelphia (2005 draft day trade)
· San Diego gets a #6 from Miami (QBs Cleo Lemon/A.J. Feeley)
· San Francisco has a conditional (based on playing time and productivity) #6 from Tampa Bay (QB Tim Rattay)
· Carolina gets a #7 from Denver (P Todd Sauerbrun)
· Miami has a #7 pick from Green Bay (OG Brad Bedell)
· Miami has a #7 from Chicago (LB Brendon Ayanbadejo)
· San Francisco has a #7 from Jacksonville (LB Jamie Winborn)
· Miami has a conditional 7th rounder from New Orleans (RB Jesse Chatman)
· San Diego has a #7 from Minnesota (OG Toniu Fonoti)
· Oakland has a conditional pick from Dallas (DT Chris Cooper
· NY Jets have a conditional pick from Detroit (DB Jon McGraw)
· Dallas has a conditional pick from Tampa Bay (OT Sam Wilder)
· Cleveland has an undisclosed pick from New England (WR Andre Davis)
· Chicago has an undisclosed pick from Seattle (DE Alain Kashama)
· Dallas has a conditional 6th rounder from NY Jets (DB Pete Hunter; pick could have escalated to as much as a 5th round pick in 2006, however, Hunter was released 10/08/05)
this obviously doesnt count compensatory picks. Ive heard that the Titans, Bucs, and Broncos are expecting to get a good amount.
01-03-2006, 11:39 PM
thanks grid, great stuff as always. what stands out to me is how new england stockpiles picks in the middle rounds. is it their coaching staff, or scouting dept, or sheer numbers that enables them to draft so strong?
01-04-2006, 01:04 AM
Good work Grid. I was wondering the same thing myself but hadn't found a place to look it up. Some teams will also receive compensatory picks in the 3rd round or lower for losing more players to free agency than they bring in, so those will add some extra picks as well, and Tennessee could end up with a bunch of these.
01-04-2006, 01:16 AM
I believe someone said on another post that compensatory picks are not tradeable
they arent tradeable.. but they could effect someones willingness to trade a pick in the same round that they have a compensatory one. Kinda like how Casserly always says "Well I feel like we got him for just one pick because we had 2 picks in that other round"
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