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San Francisco traded up to No. 3 in the NFL draft, while the Dolphins moved back to No. 12 -- but Miami then jumped to No. 6 in a swap with Philadelphia. How did each team do?
As part of two blockbuster NFL draft trades, the Dolphins have dealt the No. 3 pick to the 49ers in exchange for the No. 12 pick, which Miami then shipped to the Eagles for the No. 6 pick.
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Seth Walder ESPN Analytics
Based on ESPN's draft pick valuations, the Dolphins gained the equivalent of a mid-first round pick in extra value through its two trades today. That's working under the assumption that future picks end up as the 17th pick in their round, and without discounting the value of future selections relative to this year. And it's also despite Miami actually giving up more value than it got back in its trade with the Eagles. Altogether though, Miami was a clear winner in terms of value today.
This Just In
Eagles have traded picks No. 6 and No. 156 overall to the Dolphins in exchange for No. 12 overall, No. 123 overall, and a 2022 first-round pick.