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Kaiser Toro
03-12-2008, 10:20 AM
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Inspired by the the Mile High Report, created by Hoth-Boy.

This is an up to date chart that is labeled with each team, the number of the pick and any notes regarding who got which pick from where. Below the fold are the notes themselves, as well as a quick summary of likely Compensatory picks that will be awarded this year (based on the vagaries of free agency around the league), and a link to a site which gives a much more in depth analysis of the likely compensatory picks. This post includes a link to a downloadable PDF that you can print out for handy reference. I will update the chart once the compensatory picks are officially released, as well as several other undisclosed picks that have yet to be officially announced (and may not even fall in this draft year). I hope you all enjoy!

http://www.milehighreport.com/story/2008/3/11/81519/9171

Kaiser Toro
03-12-2008, 10:20 AM
Browns to Cowboys. The Cleveland Browns traded their first-round selection in the 2008 Draft to the Dallas Cowboys, as well as the 36th overall selection in the 2007 Draft (later traded to the Philadelphia Eagles, used to select Kevin Kolb) in exchange for the 22nd overall selection in 2007 (used to select Brady Quinn).

49ers to Patriots. The San Francisco 49ers traded their first-round selection in 2008 to the New England Patriots, as well as the 110th overall selection in 2007 (traded to the Oakland Raiders for Randy Moss, used to select John Bowie) in exchange for the 28th overall selection in 2007 (used to select Joe Staley).

Colts to 49ers. The Indianapolis Colts traded their first-round selection in 2008 to San Francisco, as well as the 126th overall selection in 2007 (used to select Dashon Goldson) in exchange for the 42nd overall selection in 2007 (used to select Tony Ugoh).

Texans to Falcons. The Houston Texans traded their second-round selection in 2008 to the Atlanta Falcons, as well as the 8th and 39th overall selections in 2007 (used to select Jamaal Anderson and Justin Blalock, respectively) in exchange for the 10th overall selection in 2007 (used to select Amobi Okoye) and Matt Schaub.

Browns to Packers. The Cleveland Browns traded their second-round selection in 2008 to the Green Bay Packers in exchange for Corey Williams.

Chargers to Dolphins. The San Diego Chargers traded their second-round selection in 2008 to the Miami Dolphins for Chris Chambers.

Jets to Panthers. The New York Jets traded their third-round selection (#67 overall) along with their fifth-round selection to the Carolina Panthers in a deal that sent Kris Jenkins to New York.

Chargers to Bears. San Diego traded their third-round selection in 2008 to the Chicago Bears, as well as the 62nd, 93rd, and 167th overall selections in 2007 (used to select Dan Bazuin, Garrett Wolfe and Kevin Payne, respectively) in exchange for the 37th overall selection in 2007 (used to select Eric Weddle).

Raiders to Patriots. The Oakland Raiders traded their third-round selection in 2008 to New England, as well as the 211th overall selection in 2007 (used to select Oscar Lua) in exchange for the 91st overall selection in 2007 (used to select Mario Henderson).

Ravens to Bills. The Baltimore Ravens traded their third-round selection in 2008 to the Buffalo Bills, as well as the 92nd and 239th overall selections in 2007 (used to select Trent Edwards and C. J. Ah You, respectively) in exchange for Willis McGahee.

Broncos to Vikings. The Denver Broncos traded their third-round selection in 2008 to the Minnesota Vikings, as well as the 176th and 233rd overall selections in 2007 for the 121st selection in 2007 (used to select DT Marcus Thomas).

Browns to Lions. The Cleveland Browns traded their third-round selection and Leigh Bodden to the Detroit Lions for Shaun Rogers.

Bills to Jaguars The Buffalo Bills traded a 3rd and 5th round selection to the Jacksonville Jaguars in return for DT Marcus Stroud.

Redskins to Broncos. The Washington Redskins traded their fourth-round selection in 2008, and their third-round selection in 2007 (used to select Ryan Harris) to the Denver Broncos as part of a three-team trade in which Washington received T.J. Duckett and Atlanta received Ashley Lelie. (This was the result of a formula which could have had Denver and Washington swapping 2007 first-round selections.)

Saints to Jets. The Saints traded their fourth-round selection in 2008 to the Jets, for Jonathan Vilma.

Jets to Panthers. The New York Jets traded their third-round and fifth-round selections to the Carolina Panthers in a deal that sent Kris Jenkins to New York.

Dolphins to Chiefs. Miami (conditionally) traded its fifth-round selection in 2008 to the Kansas City Chiefs in exchange for Trent Green. The selection would have become a fourth-round selection if Green had met certain performance criteria.

Bears to Bills. Chicago (conditionally) traded their fifth-round selection in 2008 to Buffalo in exchange for Darwin Walker.

Panthers to Bears. The Carolina Panthers traded their fifth-round selection in 2008 to Chicago in exchange for Chris Harris.

Raiders to Broncos. Oakland (conditionally) traded their fifth-round selection in 2008 to Denver in exchange for Gerard Warren.

Bills to Jaguars The Buffalo Bills traded a 3rd and 5th round selection to the Jacksonville Jaguars in return for DT Marcus Stroud.

Seahawks to Browns. The Seattle Seahawks traded their sixth-round selection in 2008 to Cleveland in exchange for Charlie Frye.

Packers to Giants. The Green Bay Packers traded their sixth-round selection in 2008 to the New York Giants in exchange for running back Ryan Grant.

Broncos to Rams. Denver traded their sixth-round selection in 2008 to the St. Louis Rams for defensive tackle Jimmy Kennedy.[24] The trade occurred after the Broncos had tried to trade the same pick to Miami for defensive tackle Dan Wilkinson; that trade was voided.

Browns to Eagles. Cleveland traded their sixth-round selection in 2008 to Philadelphia for center Hank Fraley. The trade was conditional on games started by Fraley, and could have fallen to a seventh-round pick, but Fraley started all 16 games.

Cowboys/Dolphins swap. The teams swapped their sixth-round selections in a trade involving Jason Ferguson.

Jaguars to Vikings. Jacksonville traded their sixth-round selection for Troy Williamson.

Steelers to Falcons. The Pittsburgh Steelers traded their seventh-round selection in 2008 to Atlanta for kick/punt returner Allen Rossum.

Seahawks to Eagles. Seattle traded their seventh-round selection in 2008 to Philadelphia for fullback Josh Parry.

Eagles to Bills. Philadelphia traded their seventh-round selection in 2008, and defensive tackle Darwin Walker, to Buffalo for linebacker Takeo Spikes and quarterback Kelly Holcomb.

Rams to Vikings. St. Louis traded their seventh-round selection in 2008 to Minnesota for offensive tackle Adam Goldberg.

Giants to Chiefs. Kansas City traded kicker Lawrence Tynes to the Giants for a seventh round draft pick.

Vikings to Jets. Minnesota traded their seventh-round pick in 2008 to the Jets in exchange for Brooks Bollinger

Bengals to Rams. Cincinnati traded their seventh-round pick in 2008 to St. Louis in exchange for Ryan Fitzpatrick

Buccaneers to Broncos. Tampa Bay traded a conditional 2008 draft pick to Denver for the rights to quarterback Jake Plummer.

Kaiser Toro
03-12-2008, 10:20 AM
Yet to be Disclosed

Titans to Seahawks. The Tennessee Titans traded an undisclosed draft pick in 2008 (which may be 2008 6th round draft pick because Seattle has a Round6;Pick23 in the 2008 NFL Draft) to Seattle for defensive end Bryce Fisher.

Buccaneers to Chiefs. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers traded two different undisclosed draft picks for 2008 to Kansas City for nose tackle Ryan Sims and running back Michael Bennett.

Redskins to Jets. Washington traded a fifth-round draft pick in 2008 to the New York Jets for Pete Kendall. If Kendall played more than 80% of the Redskins' snaps in 2007, the Jets would instead receive a fourth-round pick in 2009.

Forfeited

Patriots first-round pick. As penalty for videotaping defensive signals in their season opener against the Jets, the Patriots forfeited their first-round pick since they qualified for the playoffs; they would have lost their second- and third-round picks if they had not. (The pick acquired from the 49ers will not be affected.)

Chargers fourth-round pick. San Diego used this pick in the 2007 Supplemental Draft to select Paul Oliver.

Ravens fifth-round pick. Baltimore used this pick in the 2007 Supplemental Draft to select Jared Gaither.

Likely Compensatory Picks Awarded
For an abundance of information regarding the method of the gentleman who calculated these picks follow this link: http://adamjt13.blog.com/2813029/#cmts. He has quite the record for accuracy working with an NFL formula that is protected like the KFC recipes!!

THIRD ROUND
Washington
Cincinnati
Baltimore

FOURTH ROUND
Buffalo
Baltimore
Philadelphia
Green Bay
Tennessee
San Diego (might be a fifth)

FIFTH ROUND
Philadelphia
N.Y. Giants (might be a sixth)

SIXTH ROUND
Indianapolis
Indianapolis
Philadelphia
Miami
Indianapolis
Baltimore
Cincinnati
Cincinnati (possibly a seventh)

SEVENTH ROUND
Baltimore (might be a sixth)
Carolina
Washington
Chicago
Cincinnati
Chicago
Buffalo
Chicago
Washington
Carolina
Indianapolis
Atlanta

HOU-TEX
03-12-2008, 10:45 AM
Thanks for the time taken to provide this, KT. It looks like Cincy and Indy raked in some picks this year.

Errant Hothy
03-12-2008, 11:24 AM
KT, I can edit the colors to make it more of a Texans draft chart, if y'all would like. The problem is I have no way of uploading it to the web.

Ole Miss Texan
03-12-2008, 11:36 AM
KT- Nice find and excellent info... thanks for posting. It's been really hard for me to find what team has what picks in rounds 2-7.


Here's a link to the "Draft Pick Value Chart" that is a guide as to what each pick is valued at by 'points'. It helps in looking for possible trade scenarios and how much early round picks are really worth vs. later rounds.

Draft Pick Value Chart (http://www.nfldraftblitz.com/pick_value_chart.htm)

Kaiser Toro
03-12-2008, 11:47 AM
KT, I can edit the colors to make it more of a Texans draft chart, if y'all would like. The problem is I have no way of uploading it to the web.

Do it!

Lucky
03-12-2008, 12:05 PM
KT, I can edit the colors to make it more of a Texans draft chart, if y'all would like. The problem is I have no way of uploading it to the web.
You can setup an account at flickr.com (http://www.flickr.com/) and upload the modified chart there.


Here's a link to the "Draft Pick Value Chart" that is a guide as to what each pick is valued at by 'points'. It helps in looking for possible trade scenarios and how much early round picks are really worth vs. later rounds.
Is there a new draft pick chart available? I had read somewhere that someone had modified this chart to be more accurate with recent deals. Or is this just a fig newton of my imaginabisco?
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Redskins to Jets. Washington traded a fifth-round draft pick in 2008 to the New York Jets for Pete Kendall. If Kendall played more than 80% of the Redskins' snaps in 2007, the Jets would instead receive a fourth-round pick in 2009.
Kendall started all 16 games for the Skins. So I'm thinking this will turn into the 2009 4th rounder. Thanks for the info, Dude. :ok:

Errant Hothy
03-12-2008, 12:14 PM
You can setup an account at flickr.com (http://www.flickr.com/) and upload the modified chart there.


I know how to do it, it's just a mater of while at work I cannot acces sites like flickr and photobucket and imageshack and such.

NM, I can get into flikr from work, which is odd.

I should be done soon-ish.

infantrycak
03-12-2008, 12:26 PM
Is there a new draft pick chart available? I had read somewhere that someone had modified this chart to be more accurate with recent deals. Or is this just a fig newton of my imaginabisco?:

There have been reports teams were working on a new value chart, but I haven't seen it published anywhere. I think most of the jiggering was going to e at the top to reflect the substantial disincentive to move up created by the out of control contracts in the top 5-7 picks.

Errant Hothy
03-12-2008, 12:40 PM
http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3117/2328579955_735d166d49_b.jpg

Is this to everyone's liking?

Flikr wasn't liking my pdf (I'm working on that) so here is a decent quality jpeg.

beerlover
03-12-2008, 12:46 PM
http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3117/2328579955_735d166d49_b.jpg

Is this to everyone's liking?

Flikr wasn't liking my pdf (I'm working on that) so here is a decent quality jpeg.

awesome job, thanks :)

Lucky
03-12-2008, 12:57 PM
Of course, this changes when the comp picks come out. :(

Errant Hothy
03-12-2008, 01:07 PM
Of course, this changes when the comp picks come out. :(

I'll more then likely just update the current one at that time.

Specnatz
03-19-2008, 01:14 PM
I'll more then likely just update the current one at that time.

You can take off our 6th round pick and give it to Denver now.

Errant Hothy
03-19-2008, 01:29 PM
You can take off our 6th round pick and give it to Denver now.

Already have, I'll post a quasi updated version shortly. It'll have space for the projected compensatory picks as well.

Here it is (well a lower res WIP version at least):
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TEXANS84
03-19-2008, 03:11 PM
*edit, nevermind....just saw*

I am assuming 174 goes to Denver.

threetoedpete
04-08-2008, 05:19 PM
http://www.drafthistory.com/

Errant Hothy
04-08-2008, 05:27 PM
I should have a finished one tomorrow.

threetoedpete
04-08-2008, 08:23 PM
2008 Compensatory Draft Picks
Round Player Team Wins Losses
3 96 Washington 9 7
3 97 Bengals 7 9
3 98 Falcons 4 12
3 99 Ravens 5 11
4 131 Eagles 8 8
4 132 Bills 7 9
4 133 Ravens 5 11
4 134 Titans 10 6
4 135 Packers 13 3
5 166 San Diego 11 5
6 199 Giants 10 6
6 200 Eagles 8 8
6 201 Colts 13 3
6 202 Colts 13 3
6 203 Eagles 8 8
6 204 Dolphins 1 15
6 205 Colts 13 3
6 206 Ravens 5 11
6 207 Bengals 7 9
7 240 Ravens 5 11
7 241 Panthers 7 9
7 242 Washington 9 7
7 243 Bears 7 9
7 244 Bengals 7 9
7 245 Dolphins 1 15
7 246 Bengals 7 9
7 247 Bears 7 9
7 248 Bears 7 9
7 249 Washington 9 7
7 250 Panthers 7 9
7 251 Bills 7 9
7 252 Rams Mr. Irrelevant

Errant Hothy
04-10-2008, 05:57 PM
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Somebody want to double check that for errors, please.

Hooston Texan
04-11-2008, 04:41 PM
A few corrections in order of picks:

34: Atlanta has this now (Me-Angelo trade)
87: Detroit (Shaun Rogers deal)
99: Baltimore
158: Jacksonville
191: Philly
224: Buffalo
226: Oakland (Me-Lo trade, I presume)
230: Philly
233: Seattle

I got these off the ESPN and GBN sites. These were the only discrepancies between the three listings, so I presumed that where ESPN and GBN were in agreement, the change was needed.

Thanks for the great work!

Errant Hothy
04-11-2008, 04:55 PM
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HOU-TEX
04-25-2008, 12:26 PM
Does anybody have an updated printable draft order for every round? I've only seen lists with opinions and mocks and junk. It'd be much easier than writing every one of them. I take notes during the draft (yes, I'm a nerd like that) and would like the list to simplify my notes. Can anybody hook a fellow Texans MBer up? :cool:

Errant Hothy
04-25-2008, 12:42 PM
Does anybody have an updated printable draft order for every round? I've only seen lists with opinions and mocks and junk. It'd be much easier than writing every one of them. I take notes during the draft (yes, I'm a nerd like that) and would like the list to simplify my notes. Can anybody hook a fellow Texans MBer up? :cool:

If you tell me what changes need to be made to the above one I can send you a good pdf of it, just be warned it's scaled to fit on legal size paper.

HOU-TEX
04-25-2008, 01:03 PM
If you tell me what changes need to be made to the above one I can send you a good pdf of it, just be warned it's scaled to fit on legal size paper.

The KC/Min trade's one change. I'm drawing a blank on other recent trades.

I'd like to have a list (multiple pages, I'm sure) in a single column in order for notes next to each team.

If it's a pain in the butt don't worry about it. :cool:

Errant Hothy
04-25-2008, 01:20 PM
The KC/Min trade's one change. I'm drawing a blank on other recent trades.

I'd like to have a list (multiple pages, I'm sure) in a single column in order for notes next to each team.

If it's a pain in the butt don't worry about it. :cool:

It's not hard, I just havn't been keeping up with the last few days of trades.

Errant Hothy
04-25-2008, 01:30 PM
I've editted in the KC/Minn trade

I've yet to add the Pac-man deal because it has yet to be approved.

threetoedpete
05-24-2008, 07:55 AM
http://www.profootballweekly.com/PFW/NFLDraft/Draft+Day/2008/trades050208.htm

Saturday, April 26

1. New England traded its first- (No.7) and fifth-round (No. 164) picks to New Orleans for the Saints’ first- (No. 10) and third-round (No. 78) picks. New Orleans selected USC DT Sedrick Ellis and Nebraska OT Carl Nicks. New England selected Tennessee ILB Jerod Mayo and Michigan OLB Shawn Crable.

2. Baltimore traded its first-round (No. 8) pick to Jacksonville for the Jaguars’ first- (No. 26); two third- (No. 71) and (No. 89) and fourth-round (No. 125) picks. Jacksonville selected Florida DE Derrick Harvey. Baltimore traded No. 26 and No. 89 to Houston; selected Miami (Fla.) LB Tavares Gooden and traded No. 125 to Oakland.

3. Detroit traded its first- (No. 15) and third-round (No. 76) picks to Kansas City for the Chiefs’ first- (No. 17), third- (No. 66) and fifth-round (No. 136) picks. Kansas City selected Virginia OG-OT Branden Albert and Tennessee TE Brad Cottam. Detroit selected Boston College OT Gosder Cherilus, traded No. 66 to Miami and selected Wake Forest WR Kenny Moore.

4. Houston traded its first-round (No. 18) pick to Baltimore for the Ravens’ first- (No. 26); third- (No. 89) and sixth-round (No. 173) picks. Baltimore selected Delaware QB Joe Flacco. Houston selected Virginia Tech OT Duane Brown, West Virginia RB Steve Slaton and Minnesota S Dominique Barber.

5. Philadelphia traded its first-round (No. 19) pick to Carolina for the Panthers’ second-(No. 43); fourth- (No. 109) and 2009 first-round picks. Carolina selected Pittsburgh OT Jeff Otah. Philadelphia traded No. 43 to Minnesota and selected Pittsburgh OG Mike McGlynn.

6. Washington traded its first- (No. 21); third- (No. 84) and fifth-round (No. 154) picks to Atlanta for the Falcons’ two second- (No. 34) and (No. 48) and fourth-round (No. 103) picks. Atlanta selected USC OT Sam Baker, Louisville WR Harry Douglas and Montana DE-OLB Kroy Biermann. Washington selected Michigan State WR Devin Thomas and USC TE Fred Davis and traded No. 103 to Tennessee.

7. Seattle traded its first-round (No. 25) pick to Dallas for the Cowboys’ first- (No. 28); fifth- (No. 163) and seventh-round (No. 235) picks. Dallas selected South Florida CB Mike Jenkins. Seattle selected USC DE Lawrence Jackson, West Virginia FB Owen Schmitt and Georgia PK Brandon Coutu.

8. Green Bay traded its first-round (No. 30) pick to the New York Jets for the Jets second- (No. 36) and fourth-round (No. 113) picks. New York selected Purdue TE Dustin Keller. Green Bay selected Kansas State WR Jordy Nelson and traded No. 113 to the
New York Jets.

9. Baltimore traded its second-round (No. 38) to Seattle for the Seahawks’ second- (No. 55) and third-round (No. 86) picks. Seattle selected Notre Dame TE John Carlson. Baltimore selected Rutgers RB Ray Rice and Notre Dame S Tom Zbikowski.

10. Philadelphia traded its fourth-round (No. 115) pick to Miami for RB Lorenzo Booker. Miami traded No. 115 to Chicago.

11. Philadelphia traded its second- (No. 43) and fifth-round (No. 152) picks to Minnesota for the Vikings’ second- (No. 47) and fourth-round (No. 117) picks. Minnesota selected Arkansas State S Tyrell Johnson and Florida State DT Letroy Guion. Philadelphia selected Notre Dame DT Trevor Laws and UTEP S Quintin Demps.

12. Tampa Bay traded its second-round (No. 52) pick to Jacksonville for the Jaguars’ second- (No. 58); fifth-round (No. 158) picks and 2009 seventh-round pick. Jacksonville selected Auburn DE Quentin Groves. Tampa Bay selected Appalachian State WR Dexter Jackson and traded No. 158 to Chicago.

Sunday, April 27

13. Miami traded its third-round (No. 64) pick to Detroit for the Lions’ third- (No. 66) and fifth-round (No. 176) picks. Detroit selected UCF RB Kevin Smith. Miami selected Hampton DE Kendall Langford and Toledo RB Jalen Parmele.

14. New England traded its third-round (No. 69) pick to San Diego for the Chargers’ fifth-round (No. 160) and 2009 second-round picks. San Diego selected LSU RB Jacob Hester. New England traded No. 160 to Tampa Bay.

15. Dallas traded its third-round (No. 92) pick to Detroit for the Lions’ fourth- (No. 111) and 2009 fourth-round picks. Detroit selected Purdue DE-OLB Cliff Avril. Dallas traded No. 111 to Cleveland.

16. Washington traded its fourth-round (No. 103) pick to Tennessee for the Titans’ fourth- (No. 124) and fifth-round (No. 157) picks. Tennessee selected Winston Salem State DE William Hayes. Washington selected Arizona State S Justin Tryon and traded No. 157 to St. Louis.

17. Tennessee traded DB Adam Jones to Dallas for the Cowboys’ fourth- (No. 126) and 2009 sixth-round picks. Tennessee selected California WR Lavelle Hawkins.

18. Dallas traded its fourth-round (No. 100) pick to Oakland for the Raiders’ fourth- (No. 104) and seventh-round (No. 213) picks. Oakland selected Connecticut CB Tyvon Branch. Dallas traded No. 104 to Cleveland and traded No. 213 to Jacksonville.

19. New York Jets traded its fourth-round (No. 102) pick to Green Bay for the Packers’ fourth- (No. 113) and fifth-round (No. 162) picks. Green Bay selected Wake Forest DE Jeremy Thompson. New York selected San Jose State S Dwight Lowery and Tennessee QB Erik Ainge.

20. Dallas traded its fourth-round (No. 104) pick to Cleveland for the Browns’ fourth- (No. 122) and fifth-round (No. 155) picks. Cleveland selected UNLV LB Beau Bell. Dallas selected Georgia Tech RB Tashard Choice and traded No. 155 to Jacksonville.

21. Baltimore traded its fourth-round (No. 125) pick to Oakland for CB Fabian Washington. Oakland selected Richmond WR Armon Shields.

22. Chicago traded its fourth-round (No. 110) pick to Miami for the Dolphins’ fourth- (No. 115) and seventh-round (No. 208) picks. Miami selected Utah State OG Shawn Murphy. Chicago traded No. 115 to Tampa Bay and selected Michigan State DE Ervin Baldwin.

23. Dallas traded its fourth-round (No. 111) pick to Cleveland for the Browns 2009 third-round pick. Cleveland selected Missouri TE Martin Rucker.

24. Chicago traded its fourth- (No. 115) and sixth-round (No. 175) picks to Tampa Bay for the Bucs’ fourth- (No. 120) and fifth-round (No. 158) picks. Tampa Bay selected Maryland DT Dre Moore and Florida State LB Geno Hayes. Chicago selected LSU S Craig Steltz and Michigan State TE Kellen Davis.

25. Pittsburgh traded its fourth-round (No. 123) pick to the New York Giants for the Giants’ fourth- (No. 130) and sixth-round (No. 194) picks. New York selected BYU LB Bryan Kehl. Pittsburgh selected Texas OT Tony Hills and West Virginia S Ryan Mundy.

26. Green Bay traded its fourth-round (No. 128) pick to St. Louis for the Rams’ fifth- (No. 137) and seventh-round (No. 217) picks. St. Louis selected Kentucky WR Keenan Burton. Green Bay traded No. 137 to Minnesota and selected San Diego State WR Brett Swain.

27. Green Bay traded its fifth-round (No. 137) to Minnesota for the Vikings’ fifth- (No. 150) and seventh-round (No. 209) picks. Minnesota selected USC QB John David Booty. Green Bay selected Louisville OT Breno Giacomini and LSU QB Matt Flynn.

28. Jacksonville traded its fifth-round (No. 143) to Dallas for the Cowboys’ fifth- (No. 155) and seventh-round (No. 213) picks. Dallas selected Boise State CB Orlando Scandrick. Jacksonville selected USC LB Thomas Williams and USC RB Chauncey Washington.

29. Detroit traded its fifth-round (No. 144) pick to New Orleans for the Saints’ fifth- (No. 146) and seventh-round (No. 218) picks. New Orleans selected North Carolina State DT DeMario Pressley. Detroit selected Furman RB Jerome Felton and Army S Caleb Campbell.

30. Tampa Bay traded its fifth-round (No. 153) pick to New England for the Patriots’ fifth- (No. 160) and seventh-round (No. 238) picks. New England selected UCLA WR Matt Slater. Tampa Bay selected San Diego QB Josh Johnson and South Carolina RB Cory Boyd.

31. Washington traded its fifth- (No. 157) and seventh-round (No. 228) picks to St. Louis for the Rams’ two sixth-round (No. 168) and (No. 180) picks. St. Louis selected Oregon State OG Roy Schuening and Tulsa LB Chris Chamberlain. Washington selected Georgia Tech P Durant Brooks and Nicholls State S Kareem Moore.

32. Philadelphia traded its sixth-round (No. 191) pick to Cleveland for the Browns’ 2009 fifth-round pick. Cleveland selected Wisconsin WR Paul Hubbard.

33. Green Bay traded its seventh-round (No. 237) to New Orleans for the Saints’ 2009 sixth-round pick. New Orleans selected Michigan WR Adrian Arrington.