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2014 NFL Draft trades: Day Three

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    Here are the trades executed on the second day of the 2014 NFL Draft. Unless otherwise noted, all picks mentioned are 2014 selections:

    The Bills acquired running back Bryce Brown and a seventh-round pick (No. 237) from Philadelphia. In exchange, the Eagles received a 2015 or 2016 conditional draft pick and a seventh-round pick in 2014 (No. 224). At No. 224, the Eagles took Wisconsin defensive tackle Beau Allen. With the No. 237 pick, the Bills took Miami (Fla.) offensive tackle Seantrel Henderson.

    The Bengals acquired a fourth-round pick (No. 111) from the Seahawks. In exchange, Seattle received fourth- and sixth-round picks (Nos. 123, 199). The Bengals took North Carolina center Russell Bodine at No. 111. The Seahawks selected Alabama wide receiver Kevin Norwood at No. 123 and Marshall offensive tackle Garrett Scott at No. 199.

    The Bears acquired a fourth-round pick (No. 131) and a seventh-round selection (No. 246) from Denver. The Broncos, in return, received the Bears’ 2015 fifth-round selection and a 2014 fifth-round selection (No. 156). The Bears took Minnesota safety Brock Vereen at No. 131. The Broncos selected LSU linebacker Lamin Barrow at No. 156.

    The Cowboys acquired a fifth-round pick from Detroit (No. 146). The Lions, in return, received a fifth-round selection (No. 158) and seventh-round pick (No. 229). The Cowboys took Pittsburgh wide receiver Devin Street at No. 146. The Lions selected Princeton defensive tackle Caraun Reid at No. 158 and Boston College placekicker Nate Freese at No. 229.

    The Panthers acquired a fifth-round pick from Minnesota (No. 148). To complete the deal, the Vikings received a fifth-round pick from Carolina (No. 168) and a seventh-round pick (No. 225). The Panthers selected San Jose State cornerback Bene Benwikere at No. 148. The Vikings took North Carolina cornerback Jabari Price at No. 225 and traded pick No. 168 to Atlanta.

    The Buccaneers acquired a fifth-round pick from the Bills (No. 149). In return, Buffalo received a seventh-round pick (No. 221) and a 2015 fifth-round pick from Tampa Bay. The Buccaneers took Purdue offensive tackle Kevin Pamphile at No. 149. The Bills selected Florida Atlantic outside linebacker Randell Johnson at No. 221.

    The Falcons acquired a fifth-round pick from the Vikings (No. 168). In return, the Vikings received a sixth-round pick (No. 182) and a seventh-round selection (No. 220). With the No. 168 selection, the Falcons took Syracuse linebacker Marquis Sprull. At No. 182, the Vikings selected Virginia Tech cornerback Antone Exum. At No. 220, the Vikings took Connecticut defensive tackle Shamar Stephen.

    The Titans acquired a sixth-round pick from the Redskins (No. 178 overall). In exchange, the Redskins received a sixth-round selection (No. 186) and a seventh-round pick (No. 228). At No. 178, the Titans drafted LSU quarterback Zach Mettenberger. At No. 186, the Redskins drafted Baylor tailback Lache Seastrunk and Arkansas placekicker Zach Hocker at No. 228.

    The Ravens acquired a sixth-round pick from the Browns (No. 218). In return, the Browns received the Ravens’ 2015 sixth-round pick. At No. 218, the Ravens took Wake Forest wide receiver Mike Campanaro.



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