Tracking every trade made during the 2023 NFL Draft

Tracking every trade made during the 2023 NFL Draft originally appeared on NBC Sports Boston

No one is safe in the NFL Draft.

While hundreds of prospects anxiously wait to hear their names called, current NFL players could find their fates tied up in deals and drama of the weekend. General managers often find themselves deciding between a rebuild or cashing in their chips for a win-now mentality.

Just last year, the Eagles shook up Day 1 by trading the 18th and 101st picks to the Tennessee Titans in exchange for Pro Bowl wide receiver A.J. Brown. That move seemed to pay off as Brown led the Eagles in receiving yards en route to an appearance in the Super Bowl.

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With the 2023 draft now in the books, how many blockbuster trades were made this weekend? Here's a day-by-day look at all the moves completed during the 2023 NFL Draft:

Here’s a look at every trade from Day 3:

  • Before action began, the New Orleans Saints moved up to No. 103 (first pick of the fourth round) in a trade with the Chicago Bears. The Bears received two picks in return -- Nos. 115 and 165.

  • There was a second trade before the picks started: the Las Vegas Raiders received Nos. 104 and 203 from the Houston Texans in exchange for Nos. 109 and 174.

  • A third trade was executed before the fourth round began: the Philadelphia Eagles acquired pick No. 105 from the Houston Texans and gave back a 2024 third-round pick.

  • There was a rare intra-division trade, with the New England Patriots acquiring pick No. 112 from the New York Jets for pick Nos. 120 and 184.

  • The Super Bowl champion and draft host Kansas City Chiefs traded up to No. 119, sending pick No. 134 and a 2024 fifth-rounder to the Minnesota Vikings.

  • The Saints moved up again later in the fourth round, adding pick No. 127 from the Jacksonville Jaguars for No. 227 and a 2024 fourth-rounder.

  • In the first big player trade of the draft, the Eagles acquired running back D'Andre Swift from the Detroit Lions for a 2025 fourth-round pick. The teams also swapped seventh-round picks in 2023 as part of the deal.

  • For the last pick of the fourth round (No. 135), the Raiders moved up in a deal with the Patriots and sent back two picks -- Nos. 144 and 214.

  • Near the top of the fifth round, the Bills sent pick No. 137 to the Commanders in exchange for pick Nos. 150 and 215.

  • The Vikings moved up to pick No. 141, sending pick Nos. 158 and 211 back to the Colts.

  • The Rams sent pick No. 167 to the Texans and received pick Nos. 174 and 259 -- which is the final pick of the draft.

  • The Raiders made another move late in the fifth round, grabbing pick No. 170 from the Jets for pick Nos. 204 and 220.

  • The Rams stayed active a few picks later, sending pick No. 171 to the Buccaneers for Nos. 175 and 252.

  • With the first pick of the sixth round, the Cowboys acquired pick No. 178 and sent a 2024 fifth-round pick to the Chiefs.

  • The Eagles traded up in the sixth round to No. 191, sending Nos. 230 and 248 to the Texans.

  • Just after acquiring No. 191, the Eagles sent to the pick to the Buccaneers in exchange for a 2024 fifth-rounder.

  • The second player trade of the draft occurred when the Saints sent tight end Adam Trautman and pick No. 257 to the Broncos for No. 195.

  • One of the most active teams of the weekend, the Texans, traded up again for pick No. 205. They sent No. 230 and a 2024 sixth-rounder to the Bills.

  • The Bills made another move late in the sixth round, trading No. 215 to the Rams for No. 252 and a 2024 sixth-rounder.

  • AFC North rivals made a deal in the seventh round, as the Ravens acquired No. 229 from the Browns for a 2024 sixth-rounder.

Here’s all the trades from Day 2:

  • The Tennessee Titans moved up to No. 33 to select quarterback Will Levis. They also picked up the Arizona Cardinals' 81st pick in exchange for their 41st pick, 72nd pick and a third-round pick in the 2024 draft.

  • The Indianapolis Colts traded their No. 35 pick to the Las Vegas Raiders in exchange for the Nos. 38 and 141 picks.

  • The Atlanta Falcons sent the No. 44 pick and No. 110 pick in exchange for the No. 38 pick.

  • The Detroit Lions traded up to get the No. 45 pick from the Green Bay Packers, who in exchange received Detroit's No. 48 pick and the No. 159.

  • The Tampa Bay Buccaneers acquired the No. 48 pick from the Packers. Green Bay picked up the Nos. 50 and 179 picks from Tampa.

  • The Detroit Lions traded the 55th and 194th pick to the Kansas City Chiefs in exchange for three picks -- No. 63, No. 122, No. 249.

  • The Jacksonville Jaguars sent the No. 56 pick to the Chicago Bears in exchange for the Nos. 61 and 135 picks.

  • The Houston Texans traded up for the No. 62 pick. In return, they sent three picks to the Philadelphia Eagles -- No. 65, No. 188 and No. 230.

  • The Detroit Lions traded the Nos. 63 and 183 picks to the Denver Broncos in exchange for the Nos. 68 and 138 picks.

  • The Houston Texans moved up for the No. 69 pick. They sent the Nos. 73 and 161 to the Los Angeles Rams.

  • The Rams sent the No. 73 pick to the New York Giant in exchange for the 89th pick and the 128th pick.

  • The Carolina Panthers jumped 13 spots from 93rd to 80th. They also included the 132nd pick for the Pittsburgh Steelers.

  • The Denver Broncos sent the 108th pick in this year's draft and third-rounder for next year to the Seattle Seahawks in exchange for the 83rd pick.

  • The San Francisco 49ers received the 87th pick. They sent pick No. 102, No. 164, No. 222 to the Minnesota Vikings.

  • The Cincinnati Bengals gave up the No. 92 pick to the Kansas City Chiefs, in exchange for the No. 95 pick and the No. 217 pick,

  • The Lions gave the Arizona Cardinals three picks in exchange for the No. 96 pick. Arizona gains picks Nos. 122, 138 and 168.

Here's every trade from Day 1:

  • The Philadelphia Eagles traded the 94th pick in the 2023 NFL Draft and a 5th-round pick in the 2024 NFL Draft to the Arizona Cardinals in exchange for the No. 66 pick in this draft. The deal was made in response to a tampering investigation that revealed Cardinals general manager Monti Ossenfort had "impermissible contact" with then-Eagles defensive coordinator Jonathan Gannon prior to hiring him as their head coach.

  • The Houston Texans traded up for the No. 3 pick. The Texans sent their No. 12 pick, No. 33 pick, a first and third-round pick from the 2024 draft to the Arizona Cardinals. The Cardinals also gave Houston the 105th pick in this year's draft.

  • The Arizona Cardinals traded the No. 12 pick, No. 34 pick and No. 168 pick to the Detroit Lions in exchange for the No. 6 pick and No. 81 pick.

  • The Eagles moved up one spot from No. 10 to No. 9, swapping with the Chicago Bears. They also added a 2024 fourth-rounder for Chicago.

  • The Steelers traded up for the No. 14 pick. They gave the New England Patriots their 17th and 120th pick.

  • The Giants traded the Nos. 25, 160 and 240 picks to the Jacksonville Jaguars in exchange for the No. 24 pick.

  • The Buffalo Bills then took the Jaguars' 25th pick that formerly belonged to the Giants. Buffalo sent Jacksonville their 27 and 130th picks.