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NFL trade tracker: Grading every NFL trade during offseason, including Stefon Diggs blockbuster

Our 2024 NFL trade tracker will continue to be updated as the offseason gets going around the football world. We saw a couple blockbusters last year, including a rare one involving a head coach.

As the offseason continues to play out, trades will continue to happen around the league. Bookmark. Save. Do your thing. We will be providing instant updates on every trade around the football world with analysis in this NFL trade tracker moving forward.

Related: Updated NFL trade rumors

2024 offseason NFL trade tracker

Tennessee Titans acquire offensive line depth

Tennessee Titans getCleveland Browns Get
Leroy Watson 2024 7th-round pick

The Browns had a mere six picks in the 2024 NFL Draft prior to this trade. They now add a second seventh-rounder for a player that was likely on the roster bubble. In turn, Tennessee gets some depth on the offensive line. Watson appeared in seven games as a rookie last season.

Houston Texans shockingly acquire Stefon Diggs

Houston Texans getBuffalo Bills get
Stefon Diggs2025 2nd-round pick

In what has yto be considered one of the biggest shockers of the NFL offseason, the upstart Houston Texans have acquired Stefon Diggs from the Buffalo Bills. This provided stud young quarterback C.J. Stroud another top-end option to go with breakout player Nico Collins at wide receiver.

Diggs, 30, averaged 111 receptions for 1,343 yards during his four-year run with the Buffalo Bills after originally being a fifth-round pick of the Minnesota Vikings. Despite this, drama defined Diggs’ tenure over the final couple seasons in Western New York. Getting a mere second-round pick in 2025 for the four-time Pro Bowler adds another layer to this.

  • Houston Texans: A+
  • Buffalo Bills: D-

Tennessee Titans land L’Jarius Sneed

Tennessee Titans getKansas City Chiefs get
L’Jarius Sneed2024 7th-round pick
2024 7th-round pick2025 3rd-round pick

Tennessee nabbed a Pro Bowl-caliber cornerback in Sneed for pennies on the dollar in a trade with the defending champion Kansas City Chiefs. The deal calls for the Titans to send a mere third-round pick in the 2025 NFL Draft to Kansas City. The Chiefs also move up in the seventh round of this year’s draft.

We understand that Sneed had the franchise tag placed on him and was unlikely to return to the Chiefs next season. But acquiring a mere mid-round pick a year down the road for him was a major loss for Kansas City. Sneed, 27, yielded a mere 51% completion and 56.2 QB rating when targeted a season ago.

  • Tennessee Titans: A+
  • Kansas City Chiefs: F

Justin Fields dealt to Pittsburgh Steelers

Pittsburgh Steelers getChicago Bears get
Justin FieldsConditional 2025 4th-round pick

Fresh off dealing away Kenny Pickett, the Steelers found a backup for Russell Wilson. It comes in the form of a former first-round pick in that of Justin Fields. The cost was a mere sixth-round pick in the 2025 NFL Draft that could turn into a fourth-rounder should Fields play 51% of the Steelers’ offensive snaps this coming season.

  • Pittsburgh Steelers: A+
  • Chicago Bears: D

Pittsburgh Steelers send Kenny Pickett packing

Pittsburgh SteelersPhiladelphia Eagles
2024 3rd-round pickKenny Pickett
2 2025 7th-round pick2024 4th-round pick

Once the Steelers acquired Russell Wilson in free agency, it seemed as if he’d be competing with Pickett. That’s obviously not the case. Instead, Wilson takes over as Pittsburgh’s starter after they moved Pickett for pennies on the dollar. He lasted two seasons after being a first-round pick in the 2022 NFL Draft, throwing 12 touchdowns against 12 interceptions. In turn, the Eagles get a backup to Jalen Hurts.

  • Pittsburgh Steelers: D
  • Philadelphia Eagles: A

Minnesota Vikings add another first-round pick

Minnesota Vikings getHouston Texans get
2024 1st-round pick (23rd overall)2024 2nd-round pick
2024 7th-round pick2024 6th-round pick
2025 2nd-round pick

Houston picks up an additional second-round pick in the 2025 NFL Draft by moving down 19 spots in this year’s draft. It gives the team some extra ammo heading into the annual event.

As for the Minnesota Vikings, they add a second first-round pick to go with their original 11th pick. They could be used to move up again for a top-flight quarterback to replace the recently-departed Kirk Cousins. Early indications are that the target is North Carolina’s Drake Maye.

  • Minnesota Vikings: A+
  • Houston Texans: A+

Chicago Bears shock NFL world with Keenan Allen blockbuster

Chicago Bears getLos Angeles Chargers get
Keenen Allen 2024 4th-round pick

Well, this comes completely out of nowhere. We knew that the Los Angeles Chargers were up against the salary cap. But their decision to restructure the contracts of Khalil Mack and Joey Bosa seemed to suggest that Allen’s job was safe.

About that? The six-time Pro Bowler was dealt to Chicago for a mere fourth-round pick in the 2024 NFL Draft. Despite his relatively advanced age, Allen still caught 108 passes for 1,243 yards and seven touchdowns a season ago. Imagine him teaming up with D.J. Moore for likely rookie No. 1 pick Caleb Williams.

  • Chicago Bears: A+
  • Los Angeles Chargers: C+

Related: Breaking down the Keenan Allen trade to the Chicago Bears

Seattle Seahawks provide competition for Geno Smith

Seattle Seahawks getWashington Commanders get
Sam Howell2024 3rd-round pick
2024 4th-round pick2025 5th-round pick
2024 6th-round pick

Seattle has found some competition for Smith on the NFL trade block. That includes acquiring this former fifth-round pick from Washington. The cost ended up being a trade down 24 picks in the middle rounds and another trade down 27 picks in the late rounds. Howell, 23, threw for 3,946 yards with 21 touchdowns a season ago. He also led the NFL with 21 interceptions.

As for Washington, it’s clear that the team is going quarterback with the No. 2 pick in the 2024 NFL Draft. Getting anything of substance for Howell is a win.

  • Seattle Seahawks: A
  • Washington Commanders: A

Arizona Cardinals acquire Desmond Ridder

Arizona Cardinals getAtlanta Falcons get
Desmond RidderRondale Moore

A rare player-for-player swap with no draft picks involved. After signing Kirk Cousins earlier in the offseason, the Falcons moved their incumbent QB to Arizona. A third-round pick of the Falcons back in 2022, Ridder will now serve as Kyler Murray’s backup.

Meanwhile, Atlanta nabs another weapon for Cousins in the 5-foot-7 Moore. He failed to take off in three seasons with the Cardinals, but could fit this Atlanta offense to a T.

  • Arizona Cardinals: C+
  • Atlanta Falcons: B+

San Francisco 49ers add defensive line help

San Francisco 49ers getHouston Texans get
Maliek Collins2024 7th-round pick

This comes with the 49ers set to release their longest-tenured player in that of Arik Armstead once the new league year starts. It also comes one day after San Francisco signed fellow defensive tackle Jordan Elliott from the Cleveland Browns.

This past season saw Collins rack up career-highs in QB hits (18) and sacks (five) while starting all 16 games in which he appeared for the Texans.

  • San Francisco 49ers: A
  • Houston Texans: B+

New York Jets get Aaron Rodgers some protection

New York Jets getBaltimore Ravens get
Morgan Moses2024 4th-round pick
2024 4th-round pick2025 6th-round pick

The Jets needed to find a starting left tackle and right tackle this offseason. They are now half way there after adding Morgan Moses to the mix for pennies on the dollar. The veteran right tackle has started 144 of 152 games in which he’s appearance since being an original draft pick of Washington back in 2014.

As for the Ravens, they could either go with Daniel Faalele at right tackle or select an heir-apparent in the 2024 NFL Draft. There is are also quality starters remaining in free agency.

  • New York Jets: A
  • Baltimore Ravens: A

Diontae Johnson lands with the Carolina Panthers

Carolina Panthers getPittsburgh Steelers get
Diontae JohnsonDonte Jackson
2024 6th-round pick2024 7th-round pick

A third-round pick of the Steelers out of Toledo back in 2019, Johnson has morphed into a Pro Bowl-caliber wide receiver.

Back in 2021 with Pittsburgh, Johnson caught 107 passes for 1,161 yards with eight touchdowns. He has not been able to duplicate that success with an average of 69 receptions for 800 yards over the past two seasons.

  • Carolina Panthers: A
  • Pittsburgh Steelers: D

Joe Mixon heads to the Houston Texans

Houston Texans getCincinnati Bengals get
Joe Mixon Conditional future 7th-round pick

Cincinnati was on the verge of releasing Mixon before opting to trade him to the Texans for a future conditional seventh-round pick. This comes after the Bengals signed Zack Moss in NFL free agency.

Houston gets its RB1 in this former Pro Bowler who is averaging 1,221 total yards and nine touchdowns throughout his seven-year career. He replaces Devin Singletary, who signed with the New York Giants.

  • Houston Texans A+
  • Cincinnati Bengals: C

New York Giants pull off blockbuster trade for Brian Burns

New York Giants getCarolina Panthers get
Brian Burns2024 2nd-round pick
2024 4th-round pick

New York adds one of the best young pass rushers in the NFL on the cheap. Remember, the Panthers had turned down an offer from the Los Angeles Rams of two first-round picks and change during the 2022 NFL seasons.

Burns, 25, ultimately signed a five-year, $141 million contract with New York. It makes him the second highest-paid edge rusher in the NFL behind Nick Bosa.

  • New York Giants: A+
  • Carolina Panthers: D

Carlton Davis traded to the Detroit Lions

Detroit Lions getTampa Bay Buccaneers get
Carlton Davis3rd-round pick in 2024
6th-round picks in 2024 and 2025

According to NFL Media’s Tom Pelissero, the Lions have acquired veteran cornerback Carlton Davis from the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

Davis, 27, was a second-round pick of the Buccaneers out of Auburn back in 2018. He has started 75 of the 76 games in which he’s appeared in six NFL seasons.

  • Detroit Lions: A-
  • Tampa Bay Buccaneers: B+

Jacksonville Jaguars acquire Mac Jones

Jacksonville Jaguars getNew England Patriots get
Mac Jones2024 6th-round pick

The Jaguars have a new backup for Trevor Lawrence, and it cost the team very little. Yielding a sixth-round pick for former New England Patriots first-round selection Mac Jones could prove to be a steal.

Sure, Jones has struggled over the past two seasons (24 TD, 23 INT). But he has 42 career starts under his belt. Given the injuries we saw at the quarterback position during the 2023 NFL season, that’s no small thing.

  • Jacksonville Jaguars: A
  • New England Patriots: C

Cleveland Browns buy low with trade for Jerry Jeudy

Cleveland Browns getDenver Broncos get
Jerry Jeudy2024 5th-round pick
2024 6th-round pick

The Cleveland Browns bought low on Amari Cooper two years ago, helping the Dallas Cowboys shed costs. And now they’re doing the same with Jerry Jeudy, hoping the former first-round receiver can become a playmaker in Cleveland. It’s a very low price to pay, and if Jeudy turns things around, it could be a steal.

Meanwhile, the Broncos get cap relief and get a bit more ammo if they need to trade up for a quarterback or just build out the depth on their roster.

  • Cleveland Browns: A
  • Denver Broncos: D

Chicago Bears add depth to offensive line

Chicago Bears getBuffalo Bills get
Ryan Bates2024 5th-round pick

Chicago finds depth on offensive line with the acquisition of the 27-year-old Bates. The former undrafted free agent from Penn State started 19 games in five seasons with the Bills. That included 15 back in 2022. There is a good chance that Bates will slide in as a starting guard for Chicago. Meanwhile, Buffalo picks up a mid-round pick for the reserve lineman.

  • Chicago Bears: B-
  • Buffalo Bills: B

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Buffalo Bills find cornerback help

Buffalo Bills getGreen Bay Packers get
Rasul Douglas 2025 5th-round pick
2024 3rd-round pick

Buffalo was among the teams in on Chicago Bears cornerback Jaylon Johnson. Once it was decided that Johnson wasn’t going to be moved, the team turned to another option as a replacement for injured corner Tre’Davious White.

Douglas is an under-the-radar acqusition for Buffalo. Despite struggling to an extent this season, he has a track record of success. Back in 2021 with the Packers, Douglas yielded a mere 44.5 QB rating when targeted. He provides Buffalo previous success and experience for the stretch run.

  • Buffalo Bills: A
  • Green Bay Packers: A

Detroit Lions add wide receiver depth

Detroit Lions getCleveland Browns get
Donovan Peoples-Jones2025 6th-round pick

Cleveland was linked to wide receivers ahead of the NFL trade deadline. So, that’s why it was a surprise that the team dealt way from a position of weakness. Peoples-Jones had fallen out of favor this season (8 receptions, 97 yards). But he did record 61 receptions for 839 yards a season ago.

From Detroit’s perspective, this move is a replacement for Marvin Jones. He stepped away from the team earlier in October due to personal reasons. Peoples-Jones represents good depth for the contending Lions.

  • Detroit Lions: A
  • Cleveland Browns: A

San Francisco 49ers pull off blockbuster Chase Young trade

San Francisco 49ers getWashington Commanders get
Chase Young2024 3rd-round pick
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San Francisco continued to be active on the trade front leading up to the in-season NFL trade deadline, acquiring this former No. 2 pick from the Commanders for pennies on the dollar. In fact, the third-round pick the 49ers are sending to Washington is a compensatory selection at the end of the round.

For the 49ers, this is a move the team needed to make. They were in the midst of a three-game losing streak with the defense getting torched big time. Pass rush has been an issue with three players tied for the team lead at three. Young has recorded five sacks in seven games this season and will work well opposite Nick Bosa moving forward.

As for Washington, it’s clear that the team is resetting after an ugly start to the 2023 season. However, acquiring a late third-round pick for Young doesn’t represent much value.

  • San Francisco 49ers: A
  • Washington Commanders: D

Jacksonville Jaguars find Trevor Lawrence more protection

Jacksonville Jaguars getMinnesota Vikings get
Ezra Cleveland 2024 6th-round pick

A second-round pick of the Vikings back in 2020, Cleveland has started 49 of the 53 games he’s appeared in since entering the NFL. He played at a Pro Bowl level at guard last season, starting all 17 games for Minnesota. That’s why it’s somewhat of a surprise that the Vikes chose free agent signing Dalton Risner over Cleveland.

Well, the Jacksonville Jaguars pounced big time in providing Trevor Lawrence with more protection at guard. Cleveland has started at both guard positions throughout his career.

  • Jacksonville Jaguars: A
  • Minnesota Vikings: C

Minnesota Vikings pull off trade for quarterback

Minnesota Vikings getArizona Cardinals get
Joshua Dobbs6th round pick in 2024
7th round pick in 2024

Minnesota worked hard to find a replacement for quarterback Kirk Cousins who suffered a torn Achilles back in Week 8. In the process, the team added veteran quarterback Joshua Dobbs in a deal with the Arizona Cardinals ahead of the in-season NFL trade deadline.

It’s a low-risk move for Minnesota as the seventh-round pick Arizona sent to the Vikings could turn into a sixth rounder based on conditions. Dobbs started all eight games for the Cardinals prior to this trade, recording eight touchdowns compared to five interceptions. However, he was benched following Week 8.

  • Minnesota Vikings: A
  • Arizona Cardinals: C+

Chicago Bears acquire Montez Sweat in blockbuster

Chicago Bears getWashington Commanders get
Montez Sweat2nd round pick in 2024
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Despite boasting a 2-6 record on the season, Chicago opted to buy ahead of the NFL trade deadline. In doing so, it acquired an impending free agent who has as many sacks (6.5) this season as the entire Bears’ roster.

It’s certainly a risk for general manager Ryan Poles and Co. in that there’s no guarantee Sweat re-signs in free agency. But with likely two of the top-five picks in the 2024 NFL Draft, the Bears could afford to take that risk.

On the other hand, Washington acquires what would right now be the 35th pick in the NFL Draft for a player that likely didn’t fit into its long-term plans. That’s a win for the Commanders.

  • Chicago Bears: B-
  • Washington Commanders: A

Atlanta Falcons find injury replacement for Grady Jarrett

Atlanta Falcons getPhiladelphia Eagles get
Kentavius Street6th round pick in 2024
7th round pick in 2025

The 4-4 Falcons saw star defensive lineman Grady Jarrett tear his ACL during Sunday’s loss to the Tennessee Titans. He’s now lost for the remainder of the season.

It didn’t take Atlanta too long to react to this news with the team acquiring Street from the Philadlephia Eagles for a swap of late-round picks. Street, 27, has played sparingly this season (4 tackles). He has 6.5 sacks throughout his five-year NFL career. At the very least, this provides the Falcons depth.

  • Atlanta Falcons: B
  • Philadelphia Eagles: B

First-place Seattle Seahawks add Leonard Williams

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Seattle Seahawks getNew York Giants get
Leonard Williams2nd round pick in 2024
5th round pick in 2025
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A surprising first-place team heading into Week 9, the 5-2 Seahawks have added a former Pro Bowler on the defensive line for the stretch run. That includes picking up 29-year-old former Pro Bowler Leonard Williams for the stretch run.

While Williams is in the midst of a down season (5 QB hits, 1.5 sacks), he provides a lot stopping the run and can still get after the quarterback.

From New York’s perspective, the two-win team is now clearly selling. By taking on a ton of Williams’ remaining contract, the team acquires above-average market value for Williams. It’s a solid move for GM Joe Schoen.

  • Seattle Seahawks grade: B-
  • New York Giants: A

Philadelphia Eagles acquire All-Pro safety

Philadelphia Eagles getTennessee Titans get
Kevin Byard5th round pick in 2024
6th round pick in 2024
Terrell Edmunds
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The Eagles have done it again. Despite boasting a league-best 6-1 record heading into the NFL trade deadline, general manager Howie Roseman figured they needed to add to the back end of an otherwise dominant defense.

Philadelphia did just that a week before the deadline, bringing in a two-time All-Pro safety in that of Kevin Byard from the Titans. While Byard has struggled to an extent this season (99.8 QB rating allowed), he’s been among the best ball hawks in the NFL over the years. That included recording a combined nine interceptions in 2021 and 2022.

As for the Titans, it’s now clear that they are going to be sellers ahead of the deadline. Tennessee acquired two mid-to-late round picks in the upcoming draft for a player who did not have a long-term future with the rebuilding organization.

  • Philadelphia Eagles: A
  • Tennessee Titans: B

Kansas City Chiefs re-acquire wide receiver

Kansas City Chiefs getNew York Jets get
Mecole Hardman 6th round pick in 2025
7th round pick in 2025

Hardman, 25, signed a one-year, $4 million contract with the Jets this past offseason after spending his first four NFL seasons with the Kansas City Chiefs. After recording one catch on three targets in six games with New York, the former Georgia star is headed back to the Chiefs.

For Kansas City, this represents a low-risk, high-reward proposition. Catching Patrick Mahomes bombs from 2019-21, Hardman hauled in 126 receptions for 1,791 yards before taking a step back a season ago. He knows the system, too. As for the Jets, Hardman never ascended the depth chart and wasn’t being utilized. Even for a late-pick swap in 2025, this made sense for New York.

  • Kansas City Chiefs: A
  • New York Jets: B

Atlanta Falcons acquire Desmond Ridder another weapon

Atlanta Falcons getLos Angeles Rams get
Van Jefferson6th-round pick in 2025
7th-round pick in 2025
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Mere minutes after it was reported that the Rams had put Jefferson on the trade block, Atlanta came pouncing. In an attempt to find young quarterback Desmond Ridder more weapons, it has acquired this former second-round pick from Florida for late-round pick swaps in 2024. Back in 2021, Jefferson recorded 50 receptions for 802 yards and six touchdowns. He’s tallied just 32 receptions for 477 yards since. But this represents a low-risk, high-reward proposition for the Falcons.

  • Atlanta Falcons: A
  • Los Angeles Rams: C+

Denver Broncos trade Randy Gregory to San Francisco 49ers

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Denver Broncos getSan Francisco 49ers get
SF 2024 6thRandy Gregory
DEN (via LAR) 2024 7th

Set to be released from the Broncos, Denver finds a trade partner in the 49ers instead. Luckily enough, it didn’t really cost San Francisco anything, with the 49ers parting with what’s expected to be a late selection in the sixth round of the 2024 NFL Draft. The best part? The Broncos are footing the bill by paying the rest of Gregory’s salary this season. Meanwhile, the Broncos move on from a pass rusher who they agreed to sign to a $70 million contract just over a year after the ink became dry. For the 49ers, it’s a low-risk move with the potential to pay off in a big way.

  • Denver Broncos grade: D
  • San Francisco 49ers grade: A

Chicago Bears trade Chase Claypool to Miami Dolphins

Chicago Bears getMiami Dolphins get
MIA 2025 6thCHI 2025 7th
Chase Claypool

Less than a year after the Chicago Bears traded their 2023 second-round pick to the Pittsburgh Steelers to acquire Chase Claypool, the disgruntled wide receiver is now headed to the Miami Dolphins. Claypool, a healthy scratch in Weeks 4 and 5, wore out his welcome in Chicago. On the verge of being cut, the Bears found a last-minute deal with the Dolphins. Miami buys low on the former second-round pick, while the Bears get a small return on a bad investment that already burned them.

  • Chicago Bears grade: D
  • Miami Dolphins grade: B-

New England Patriots bring back former star in surprising trade

New England Patriots getLos Angeles Chargers get
J.C. Jackson (CB)2025 6th-round pick
2025 7th-round pick
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J.C. Jackson starred for the New England Patriots from 2018-21, recording a combined 25 interceptions in the process. It led to the former Maryland landing a five-year, $82.5 million contract with the Los Angeles Chargers ahead of the 2022 season.

After playing just seven games with the Chargers, Jackson is headed back to New England. The Pats acquired the former Pro Bowler ahead of Week 5 for a swap of late-round picks in the 2025 NFL Draft. Jackson was a healthy inactive the past two games for Los Angeles and expressed confusion over those decisions. To say things did not go swimmingly for the two sides in their short marriage would be an understatement.

This is a buy-low proposition for New England after a 1-3 start. The hope is that Jackson can return to form working under Bill Belichick again. As for the Chargers, they admitted their mistake from the spring of 2022.

  • New England Patriots: A
  • Los Angeles Chargers: C

Minnesota Vikings add former 2nd-round pick

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Minnesota Vikings getLos Angeles Rams get
Cam Akers (RB)2026 6th-round pick
2026 7th-round pick
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A second-round pick of the Rams back in 2020, Akers had been on the block since they made him an healthy inactive for Week 2 against the San Francisco 49ers. The former Florida State star had racked up just 29 yards on 22 attempts in the opener as Los Angeles’ RB1.

It’s no real surprise that the Rams didn’t get anything more than a swap of 2026 late draft picks for Akers given that everyone knew he was on the block. Though, this has the potential to be a coup for the Vikings. Alexander Mattison had been a disaster in replacing Dalvin Cook through two games (62 yards, 19 attempts). They needed someone to help Kirk Cousins. Akers, 24, led the Rams with 786 rushing yards and seven touchdowns while averaging 4.2 yards per attempt a season ago.

  • Minnesota Vikings grade: A+
  • Los Angeles Rams grade: C

Related: Los Angeles Rams linked to young QB on NFL trade block

Philadelphia Eagles take chance on young, athletic TE with potential

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Philadelphia Eagles receive Denver Broncos receive
Albert Okwuegbunam2025 PHI 6th
2025 DEN 7th

The Broncos were set to cut Albert O, so getting anything at all for the former fourth-round pick is a positive. Meanwhile, the Eagles buy low on the 6-foot-5 red zone target who also has impressive wheels, clocking a 4.49 time in the 40-yard dash. Okwuegbunam couldn’t grab a starting role in Denver despite plenty of opportunities. With just 546 yards in three seasons, the 25-year-old gets a chance to compete with Jack Stoll and Grant Calcaterra for snaps in Philadelphia.

  • Philadelphia Eagles grade: B+
  • Denver Broncos grade: B+

Miami Dolphins, Dallas Cowboys swap pair of highly drafted cornerbacks

Miami Dolphins receive Dallas Cowboys receive
Kelvin JosephNoah Igbinoghene

Joseph was the 44th overall pick in 2021, and somehow, he’s still just 22 years old, but the Cowboys are already moving on from the former second-round pick. But it’s simply a change of scenery, sending him to the Dolphins for former first-round pick Noah Igbinoghene.

Like Joseph, Igbinoghene hasn’t lived up to expectations since entering the league as the 30th overall pick in 2020. He’s played 32 games in three seasons but has started just five for the Dolphins. Igbinoghene has never had higher than a 53.8 coverage grade in a single season per PFF. But now the 23-year-old gets a fresh start in Dallas.

  • Miami Dolphins grade: B
  • Dallas Cowboys grade: B

Kansas City Chiefs swing rare trade with division rivals

Houston Texans receive Pittsburgh Steelers receive
Kendrick Green2025 HOU 6th

Kendrick Green was a third-round pick by the Pittsburgh Steelers in 2021, but the 6-foot-4 center failed to impress while earning 15 starts as a rookie. He also tried to earn playing time at left guard but was unable to crack the lineup in his second season. Green graded poorly as a run blocker (54.7) and even worse in pass protection as a rookie (50.7). The Texans will try and get better production from the 24-year-old.

  • Houston Texans grade: C
  • Pittsburgh Steelers grade: B+

Kansas City Chiefs swing rare trade with division rivals

Kansas City Chiefs receive Las Vegas Raiders receive
Neil Farrell2024 KC 6th

With Chris Jones still refusing to report to Kansas City, the Chiefs have added another body to their defensive line room. Farrell, a fourth-round pick a year ago, played in nine games for the Raiders, where he played 158 snaps. Farrell recorded just 12 tackles. Still just 24 years old, Farrell has plenty of room for growth in Kansas City.

  • Kansas City Chiefs grade: C+
  • Las Vegas Raiders grade: B-

Tennessee Titans add a new kicker via trade

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Tennessee Titans receive New England Patriots receive
Nick Folk2025 TEN 7th

After the Titans cut Michael Badgley, they entered roster cutdown day, needing to add a new kicker. They found a solution with former Pro Bowler Nick Folk. The 16-year pro had made 82.9 percent of his kicks in his career, which includes connecting on 92.5 percent of his attempts the past three seasons in New England.

  • Tennessee Titans grade: B
  • New England Patriots grade: B+

Denver Broncos trade for Pro Bowl kicker Wil Lutz

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Denver Broncos receive New Orleans Saints receive
Wil Lutz2024 DEN 7th

Happy with what they’ve seen from undrafted rookie Blake Grupe, the Saints have agreed to trade former Pro Bowl kicker Wil Lutz to the Broncos, where he reunites with Sean Payton. Lutz has a career 84.6 percent field goal rate, but that number slipped to 74.2 percent last season. Kicking in Denver should work wonders for the big-legged boot.

  • Denver Broncos grade: C-
  • New Orleans Saints grade: B

New York Giants trade for Boogie Basham

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New York Giants receive Buffalo Bills receive
Boogie BashamUndisclosed late-round pick
Undisclosed late-round pick

Boogie Basham was the 61st pick of the 2021 NFL Draft by the Buffalo Bills, but he’s never started a game and has tallied just 4.5 sacks in his two-year career. Basham will join Wink Martindale’s Giants defense in a part-time role off the bench, spelling Kayvon Thibodeaux and Azeez Ojulari. He’s still just 25 years old and could still have untapped potential in New York, where he’ll reunite with Joe Schoen.

  • New York Giants grade: B-
  • Buffalo Bills grade: C+

Carolina Panthers trade for Ihmir Smith-Marsette

Carolina Panthers receive Kansas City Chiefs receive
Ihmir Smith-Marsette2025 CAR 7th
2025 KC 7th

Ihmir Smith-Marsette grabbed Carolina’s attention after ranking second in the NFL with 195 receiving yards during the preseason. Meanwhile, the Chiefs have several young receivers who already need snaps, so getting anything for the free agent signing should be viewed as a win. Smith-Marsette was a fifth-round pick by the Minnesota Vikings in 2021 and has also spent time with the Chicago Bears. He’s still just 24 years old and has played in 16 games in his career.

  • Carolina Panthers grade: B+
  • Kansas City Chiefs grade: B

Chicago Bears trade for veteran guard Dan Feeney

Chicago Bears receive Miami Dolphins receive
Dan Feeney2024 CHI 6th

A day after releasing veteran guard Alex Leatherwood, the Bears have added more depth to their offensive line. Per Brad Biggs of the Chicago Tribune, the Bears have acquired Dan Feeney from the Miami Dolphins. Feeney, 29, has started 64 games in six seasons after the Los Angeles Chargers made him a third-round pick out of Indiana back in 2017. He signed a one-year, $3.3 million contract with Miami back in March. Chicago is on the hook for only $1.2 million of that.

  • Chicago Bears grade: B+
  • Miami Dolphins grade: A-

Cleveland Browns trade for kicker Dustin Hopkins

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Cleveland Browns receiveLos Angeles Chargers receive:
Dustin Hopkins2025 LAC 7th
With 2022 fourth-round pick Cade York failing to find consistency, the Cleveland Browns traded for a veteran kicker instead. Dustin Hopkins is heading into his ninth NFL season and has a career success rate of 84.8 percent on his kicks, including making 90 percent of his field goal attempts for the Chargers last year. This is a massive upgrade over York, who connected on just 75 percent of his field goals a season ago, ranking second-worst in the NFL. Meanwhile, after being successful on 95 percent of his kicks in 2022, Cameron Dicker has won the kicking competition in L.A.
  • Cleveland Browns grade: B+
  • Los Angeles Chargers grade: A-

Pittsburgh Steelers trade Kevin Dotson for draft picks

Pittsburgh Steelers receiveLos Angeles Rams receive:
2024 LAR 4thOL Kevin Dotson
2025 LAR 5thPIT 2024 5th
PIT 2025 6th
The Los Angeles Rams addressed their offensive line depth, swinging a trade with the Pittsburgh Steelers for Kevin Dotson. Dotson played left guard for Pittsburgh last season, excelling as a pass-blocker, earning a 77.6 PFF grade with only 16 pressures allowed in 686 pass-blocking snaps. He wasn’t going to be part of the Steelers’ starting offensive line in 2023, so Pittsburgh flipped him for pick upgrades.
  • Pittsburgh Steelers grade: B-
  • Los Angeles Rams grade: B-

New England Patriots, Cleveland Browns make player swap

New England Patriots receiveCleveland Browns receive
OT Tyrone Wheatley JrRB Pierre Strong Jr

Just days before NFL teams cut down to 53-man rosters, the New England Patriots and Cleveland Browns swapped players on the roster bubble. Cleveland receives running back Pierre Strong Jr, a fourth-round pick in the 2020 NFL Draft who could never quite crack the backfield rotation in New England. The South Dakota State alum will serve as the No.3 back in Cleveland behind Nick Chubb and Jerome Ford. The Patriots received offensive tackle Tyrone Wheatley Jr, a 2020 undrafted free agent who has bounced around the league. He’ll provide the Patriots with offensive line depth.

  • New England Patriots: C-
  • Cleveland Browns: C

Dallas Cowboys buy low on Trey Lance

Dallas Cowboys getSan Francisco 49ers get
Trey Lance (QB)4th-round pick in 2024
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The two-year Trey Lance experience in San Francisco is now officially over. In a surprising move, the 49ers dealt Lance to Dallas for a fourth-round pick in the 2024 NFL Draft. The 49ers traded up for the No. 3 pick in the 2021 NFL Draft, ultimately selecting Lance. In the process, they yielded two future first-round picks and change to the Miami Dolphins. Lance’s 49ers career ends after he threw just 102 passes in two seasons with the team.

As for Dallas, it buys low on the still-young 23-year-old quarterback. The team is also slated to pay Lance just north of $6 million over the next two seasons while San Francisco spent nearly $28 million for two seasons.

  • Dallas Cowboys: A+
  • San Francisco 49ers: D-

Arizona Cardinals trade for Joshua Dobbs

Arizona Cardinals getCleveland Browns get
Joshua Dobbs (QB)4th-round pick in 2024
7th-round pick in 2024

The Arizona Cardinals will not stop trading. The Arizona Cardinals can’t stop trading. In this deal, Arizona adds veteran backup quarterback Joshua Dobbs from Cleveland in exchange for a swap of draft picks. It’s a surprising move for the Browns in that they announced Dobbs would head into the season as QB2 ahead behind Deshaun Watson. That role now goes to surprising rookie fifth-round pick Dorian Thompson-Robinson.

As for Arizona, Kyler Murray is out until well into the regular season after suffering a torn ACL last year. Dobbs should be able to beat out Colt McCoy to be the Cardinals’ starting quarterback until Murray returns.

  • Arizona Cardinals: C+
  • Cleveland Browns: A

Houston Texans add depth to offensive line

Houston Texans getArizona Cardinals get
Josh Jones (OL) 5th-round pick in 2024
7th-round pick in 2024
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The Houston Texans have brought in a potential swing tackle and backup guard for pennies on the dollar. Meanwhile, Arizona pulled off its second trade of Aug. 24, getting pretty much nothing in return.

Jones, 26, has started 21 games over the past two seasons as multiple offensive line positions. While he has not proven himself to be starter-caliber, getting a youngster with some upside for a swap of late-round picks is a steal.

  • Houston Texans: A
  • Arizona Cardinals: B

New York Giants bring in former top-10 pick

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New York Giants getArizona Cardinals get
Isaiah Simmons2024 7th-round pick
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Arizona finally bit the bullet and moved off former top-10 pick Isaiah Simmons. A positionless player of sorts, Simmons just made the transition from linebacker to safety this summer. The Clemson product struggled big time in that role during the preseason, including yielding a touchdown past last week.

With that said, New York adds a still-young 25-year-old defender with untapped potential. Over the course of the past two seasons, Simmons has recorded 138 tackles, nine tackles for loss, eight QB hits, 5.5 sacks and six forced fumbles.

  • New York Giants: A+
  • Arizona Cardinals: D

Detroit Lions acquire former 2nd-round pick

Detroit Lions getNew York Jets get
Denzel Mims (WR)Conditional 6th-round pick in 2025
Conditional 7th-round pick in 2025
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Note: Lions released Denzel Mims on Aug. 18, meaning that no draft picks will change hands.

For a Lions team that’s going to be without Jameson Williams (suspension) over the course of the first six games, acquiring Mims made sense. While he did very little in three seasons with the Jets (42 receptions, 676 yards), it was a no-risk move.

If Mims doesn’t make the 53-man roster, the compensation is eliminated. As for the Jets, they were going to waive the former second-round pick. Potentially acquiring anything of substance is a win.

  • New York Jets grade: A
  • Detroit Lions grade: A

Cleveland Browns trade for 3-time Pro Bowler

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Cleveland Browns getMinnesota Vikings get
Za’Darius Smith (EDGE)5th-round pick in 2024
6th and 7th round picks in 20255th-round pick in 2025
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Minnesota has been in cost-cutting mode all offseason. It has moved off staples in that of Adam Thielen and Eric Kendricks. As for Smith, he requested to be released earlier in the offseason after just one year with the Vikings.

The 30-year-old veteran recorded 24 quarterback hits and 10 sacks en route to earning a Pro Bowl selection last season. He’ll team up with Myles Garrett to form an elite pass-rush tandem for the Browns. It also doesn’t hurt that they got him for pennies on the dollar.

  • Cleveland Browns: A
  • Minnesota Vikings: C+

Philadelphia Eagles add another talent

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Philadelphia Eagles getDetroit Lions get
D’Andre Swift (RB)7th-round pick in 2023
4th round pick in 2025
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The Eagles being able to acquire Swift for a seventh-round pick in 2023 and a mid-round pick a couple years down the road is absolutely insane. Obviously, Detroit lost value in trading Swift once it selected fellow running back Jahmyr Gibbs in the first round of the 2023 NFL Draft. Despite injury issues, Swift has been dynamic since entering the league back in 2020. That includes putting up 2,878 total yards at a clip of 5.5 yards per touch.

  • Philadelphia Eagles: A+
  • Detroit Lions: F

Arizona Cardinals move up for offensive tackle

Arizona Cardinals getDetroit Lions get
6th pick (Paris Johnson, OT)12th pick
81st pick34th pick
168th pick
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The Arizona Cardinals had moved down from the No. 3 pick in the 2023 NFL Draft to 12th overall, before moving up to the sixth pick. With that selection, they acquire some protection for quarterback Kyler Murray in the process. It’s a move the Cardinals had to make.

As for Detroit, it acquires even more draft capital in the deal that sent Matthew Stafford from the Lions to the Los Angeles Rams ahead of the 2021 season. This one seems to be a win-win.

  • Arizona Cardinals: A
  • Detroit Lions: A

Houston Texans pull off blockbuster NFL Draft trade

Houston Texans getArizona Cardinals get
3rd pick (Will Anderson)12th pick
105th pick33rd pick
2024 1st-round pick
2024 3rd-round pick
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That is a whole heck of a lot to trade given that the Texans’ second-round pick on Friday is at the top of the round. Yielding a first and third in 2024 adds another layer to this.

With that said, Anderson adds a new layer to the mix for first-year head coach DeMeco Ryans who had a ton of success working with fellow edge rusher Nick Bosa as the San Francisco 49ers’ defensive coordinator over the past two seasons.

As for the Cardinals, first-year general manager Monti Ossenfort opted to add more draft assets to the mix as Arizona pretty much starts anew with a rebuild.

  • Houston Texans: B+
  • Arizona Cardinals: A

Aaron Rodgers trade to the New York Jets

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New York Jets getGreen Bay Packers get
Aaron Rodgers (QB)1st-round pick (13th overall)
1st-round pick (15th overall)2nd-round pick (42nd overall)
5th-round pick (170th overall)6th-round pick (207th overall)
Conditional 2024 1st-round pick
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One of the largest blockbuster NFL trades in recent memory, the New York Jets were finally able to land a four-time league MVP in a trade with the Packers. It’s been a long time coming, but this move gives New York it best signal caller since the days of Joe Namath.

  • Aaron Rodgers career stats: 65.3% completion, 59,055 yards, 475 TD, 105 INT

Grading this move is going to be difficult until that conditional 2024 pick is finalized. It becomes a first-rounder if Rodgers plays 65% of the Jets’ offensive snaps next season. There is a good chance that this will happen. We also have to wait and see as it relates to young Packers quarterback Jordan Love. Is he ready to take over for a franchise legend?

  • New York Jets: A
  • Green Bay Packers: A

Pittsburgh Steelers trade for Pro Bowl wide receiver

Pittsburgh Steelers getLos Angeles Rams get
Allen Robinson (WR)7th-round pick (234th)
7th-round pick (251st)
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The Rams continue to be in cost-cutting mode after a disappointing 2022 season. That now includes moving off Allen Robinson roughly a calendar year after signing him to a three-year, $46.5 million contract. Robinson caught just 33 passes in 10 games during his only season with the Rams.

Moving up just 17 spots in the seventh round to rid themselves of Robinson’s contract, the Rams didn’t find much value here. As for Pittsburgh, it adds a capable starting receiver who averaged 85 receptions for 1,050 yards from 2018-20.

  • Pittsburgh Steelers: A
  • Los Angeles Rams: D

Atlanta Falcons trade for former No. 3 pick

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Atlanta Falcons getDetroit Lions get
Jeff Okudah (CB)5th-round pick in 2023
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Selected No. 3 overall in the 2020 NFL Draft, cornerback Jeff Okudah never really panned out in Detroit. He struggled big time as a rookie before missing the entire 2021 season with a torn Achilles. However, the former Oklahoma State star did return to play at a starter level this past season.

It’s somewhat surprising that the Lions would give up on Okudah for a mere fifth-round pick in the 2023 NFL Draft. Though, the additions of Emmanuel Moseley and Camerton Sutton in NFL free agency made his expendable. With that said, this is a big get for Atlanta.

  • Atlanta Falcons: A
  • Detroit Lions: C-

San Francisco 49ers trade for a kicker

San Francisco 49ers getCarolina Panthers get
Zane Gonzalez (K)Late-round pick in 2025
Late-round pick in 2025
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Rarely do you see a kicker actually get traded in today’s NFL. But that’s exactly what the 49ers did in acquiring Gonzalez from the Carolina Panthers for a swap of late-round picks in the 2025 NFL Draft.

Gonzalez now replaces all-time great Robbie Gould in San Francisco. The former Arizona State kicker connected on 20-of-22 field goals for Carolina in 2021 before missing all of last season due to an injury.

  • San Francisco 49ers: B
  • Carolina Panthers: B

Cleveland Browns add Elijah Moore

Cleveland Browns getNew York Jets get
Elijah Moore (WR)2023 2nd-round pick (42nd overall)
2023 3rd-round pick (74th overall)
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Cleveland had been linked to Jerry Jeudy, among others, in a potential trade for a wide receiver this offseason. Instead, the team adds a 22-year-old receiver with unlimited upside to the mix. A second-round pick of the Jets back in 2021, Moore has caught 80 passes for 984 yards in 27 career games. He fell out of favor as a sophomore last season and was expendable after the Jets signed Allen Lazard and Mecole Hardman in free agency.

As for Cleveland, it’s been looking for a No. 2 option behind Amari Cooper. While Moore has not shown that ability, the 5-foot-10 pass-catcher could morph into an elite option for Deshaun Watson.

  • Cleveland Browns: B-
  • New York Jets: A

Brandin Cooks traded to Dallas Cowboys

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Dallas Cowboys getHouston Texans get
Brandin Cooks (WR)2023 5th round pick
$6 million cash2024 6th round pick
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On the same day the Houston Texans sign left tackle Laremy Tunsil to a contract extension, wide receiver Brandin Cooks is traded. The Dallas Cowboys originally discussed acquiring Cooks before the 2022 NFL trade deadline, but talks fell apart over his contract.

Just a few months later, Houston was willing to cover $6 million of Cooks’ salary for the 2023 season in exchange for added draft capital. Dallas is hoping Cooks provides the impact Amari Cooper had before he was traded, making this offense more explosive.

  • Dallas Cowboys grade: A-
  • Houston Texans grade: C+

Dallas Cowboys add five-time Pro Bowler Stephon Gilmore (March 14)

Dallas Cowboys getIndianapolis Colts get
Stephon Gilmore (CB)2023 5th-round pick
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Could Indianapolis actually be punting on the 2023 season? There’s no other way to explain why the team traded a five-time Pro Bowler for a mere fifth-round pick. Sure, it saves Indy $9 million against the cap. But that’s not the point. We’re still talking about a highly productive cornerback.

As for Dallas, it brings in a veteran who yielded a mere 56.2% completion and 74.0 QB rating when targeted a season ago. He’ll team up with fellow Pro Bowler Trevon Diggs to form an elite cornerback pairing in Big D.

  • Dallas Cowboys: A+
  • Indianapolis Colts: F

New York Giants pull off blockbuster Darren Waller trade (March 14)

New York Giants getLas Vegas Raiders get
Darren Waller (TE)2023 3rd-round pick
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We’re still not sure what to make of the Raiders’ moves this offseason. After replacing quarterback Derek Carr with Jimmy Garoppolo, Las Vegas has now dealt away one of its top weapons on offense for a mere third-round pick in the 2023 NFL Draft. A late third-round pick at that.

From New York’s perspective, it brings in a Pro Bowl tight end to help recently extended quarterback Daniel Jones progress after a solid 2022 season. Prior to being injury plagued this past season, Waller was averaging 84 receptions for north of 1,000 yards over a three-year span.

  • New York Giants: A+
  • Las Vegas Raiders: D-

Houston Texans trade for Shaq Mason (March 14)

Houston Texans getTampa Bay Buccaneers get
Shaq Mason (G) 2024 7th-round pick
2023 7th-round pick
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Houston continued its active offseason by acquiring Mason from a Buccaneers team that was looking to move off his expensive cap hit for the 2023 season. In doing, so it was able to pick up the veteran guard for a mere swap of late-round picks.

It’s hard to grade this in a vacuum in that the Buccaneers are not in a great salary cap situation. Houston was able to take on Mason’s $8.5 million cap hit for 2023 without even thinking about it. Even then, we’re talking about a veteran guard who Pro Football Focus graded out among the top-20 at his position in the league last season.

  • Houston Texans: A+
  • Tampa Bay Buccaneers: B-

Jonnu Smith sent to the Atlanta Falcons from New England (March 13)

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Atlanta FalconsNew England Patriots
Jonnu Smith (TE)2023 7th-round pick
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As with most deals this offseason, this one was all about finances. New England saw Smith bomb out after it signed him to a four-year, $50 million contract back in 2021. He was set to count nearly $11 million against the cap next season.

In return, the Falcons add a plus-level blocker who is able to help Kyle Pitts line up more outside and at wide receiver. Smith seems to be a perfect scheme fit for head coach Arthur Smith and CO. Meanwhile, Atlanta had the cap room to take on Smith’s bloated contract.

  • Atlanta Falcons: B
  • New England Patriots: B-

Miami Dolphins acquire star cornerback Jalen Ramsey (March 12)

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Miami Dolphins getLos Angeles Rams get
Jalen Ramsey (CB)Hunter Long (TE)
2023 3rd-round pick
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We already knew that the Rams were in cost-cutting mode when they released All-Pro linebacker Bobby Wagner earlier in the offseason. Coming off a disastrous and injury-plagued 2022 season, Los Angeles needed to cut some of the proverbial fat from its roster.

By making the move, these Rams were able to get cap compliant. Unfortunately, it meant moving one of the NFL’s top cornerbacks for a mere third-round pick and reserve tight end.

From Miami’s perspective, this trade was a no-brainer. Ramsey will team up with Xavien Howard to form one of the best cornerback tandems in the NFL. He also agreed to a restructured contract, lowering the All-Pro cornerback’s cap hit to $4.11 million for 2023. That’s a win-win for Miami.

  • Miami Dolphins: A+
  • Los Angeles Rams: D+

Chicago Bears, Carolina Panthers blockbuster trade (March 10)

Chicago Bears getCarolina Panthers get
D.J. Moore (WR)1st pick in 2023 NFL Draft
9th pick in 2023 NFL Draft
2nd-round pick in 2023 NFL Draft
1st-round pick in 2024 NFL Draft
2nd-round pick in 2025 NFL Draft
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With teams looking to move up in the draft to land a top quarterback, Chicago was in an advantageous position in talking potential trades. For Carolina, the likes of Bryce Young (Alabama), C.J. Stroud (Ohio State) and Anthony Richardson (Florida) have to be seen as targets.

As for Chicago, it made perfect sense to pull the trigger on one of the biggest blockbuster NFL Draft trades in some time. While he’s been inconsistent through two seasons, former first-round pick Justin Fields was not the problem for a three-win Bears team in 2022. He played stellar all-around football. Acquiring D.J. Moore is going to help him big time.

  • Chicago Bears: A+
  • Carolina Panthers: B-

New York Jets add starting safety (March 9)

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New York Jets getBaltimore Ravens get
Chuck Clark (S) 2024 7th-round pick
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This is one of those moves that could potentially fly under the radar. Baltimore had Clark on the trade block primarily due to his cap hit and the presence of 2022 first-round pick Kyle Hamilton at safety. It had no need for Clark moving forward.

The Jets are a different story. Clark will slot in as their starting strong safety under head coach Robert Saleh. It was just back in 2021 that Clark yielded a mere 81.9 QB rating while intercepting two passes while targeted. He’s an upgrade in Jersey.

  • New York Jets: A
  • Baltimore Ravens: A

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