We tracked every first-round trade made leading up to and during the 2019 NFL draft. Here are all of the latest draft-day deals. Follow along with every round here, and track the best available prospects here.
The Pittsburgh Steelers moved up in the draft to select Devin Bush, an athletic, sub-240-pound linebacker who has elite closing speed and toughness. The Michigan linebacker diagnoses quickly and finds the ball -- he collected 194 career tackles, including 19.5 for loss and 10 sacks. The Broncos received the Steelers' No. 20 pick and No. 52 pick in addition to Pittsburgh's third-round selection in 2020, a source told ESPN's Field Yates.
SEA trades No. 21 to GB
The Green Bay Packers moved up to get safety help in Darnell Savage Jr., who has top-tier speed, awareness, coverage skills and quick-twitch agility. The Seattle Seahawks were had only five picks coming into the draft and multiple needs. The Packers traded picks No. 30 (first round), No. 114 (fourth) and No. 118 (fourth).
BAL trades No. 22 to PHI
The Philadelphia Eagles want to keep quarterback Carson Wentz upright and traded up to do it. Dillard has a coveted skill set in pass protection with his footwork and quickness. The Baltimore Ravens received the No. 25 pick (first round), No. 125 (fourth) and No. 197 (sixth).
IND trades No. 26 to WAS
The Washington Redskins traded up to get defensive end Montez Sweat, who was timed faster than 31 of the wide receivers who ran the 40-yard dash at the combine. The Indianapolis Colts traded their first-round pick for the No. 46 overall pick in the second round and a 2020 second-round pick. Colts general manager Chris Ballard hinted of a possible trade on his way out of his pregame news conference Monday. "We'll be together Thursday," he said then. "Or maybe not. Maybe we’ll be together Friday.” The Colts will have the Nos. 34, 46 and 59 picks in the second round Friday.
SEA trades No. 30 to NYG
The New York Giants moved up to select cornerback Deandre Baker, whose ability to diagnose routes and desire to compete cannot be understated. Baker didn't give up any touchdowns in coverage the past two seasons at Georgia. The Seahawks got the Nos. 37, 132 and 142 picks in return.
LAR trades No. 31 to ATL
The Falcons made the move to draft Kaleb McGary, an offensive tackle. He was diagnosed with a heart arrhythmia early in his college career but had it corrected and went on to start 47 games for Washington. The Rams traded the No. 31 and No. 203 picks for the Falcons' No. 45 and No. 79 picks.
These are the trades made leading up to the NFL draft, beginning with the most recent:
The Kansas City Chiefs added a significant piece to their defensive rebuild during draft week by trading a pair of draft picks to the Seattle Seahawks in exchange for defensive end Frank Clark, league sources told ESPN's Adam Schefter. The Chiefs parted with their first-round draft choice, and the teams will exchange third-round picks. The Chiefs also will send the lower of their two 2020 second-round draft picks to the Seahawks.
The New York Giants traded Odell Beckham Jr. to the Cleveland Browns in a blockbuster deal in March. The Giants received the Browns' first-round pick and second third-round pick (95th overall), along with safety Jabrill Peppers.
The Dallas Cowboys acquired wide receiver Amari Cooper from the Oakland Raiders for a 2019 first-round pick in October. "I hate to see good players go, but I was on the practice field when [former GM Reggie McKenzie] came to me and said the Cowboys would do this for a No. 1, and I said, 'Let's do it,'" Raiders coach Jon Gruden told ESPN's Chris Mortensen.
The Chicago Bears gave up first-round picks in 2019 and 2020, a third-round pick in 2020 and a sixth-round pick in 2019 to acquire pass-rusher Khalil Mack from the Oakland Raiders in September 2018. In return, the Bears also received a second-round pick in 2020 and a conditional fifth-round pick in 2020.
The New Orleans Saints made a major trade in the 2018 NFL draft to move up in the first round to select defensive end Marcus Davenport with the 14th overall pick. The Saints traded their first-round pick (No. 27), a fifth-rounder (No. 147) and their first-round pick in 2019 to the Green Bay Packers to land Davenport, a former Texas-San Antonio star.