After a flurry of trades around the start of the new league year, it would appear that most teams have completed the moves they were looking to make ahead of the 2019 NFL Draft, barring a possible trade involving Arizona Cardinals quarterback Josh Rosen.
The Cleveland Browns acquisition of New York Giants wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. caused the most change to the top end of the draft, but the Pittsburgh Steelers, Oakland Raiders, Tennessee Titans and Miami Dolphins are just some of the teams who have seen a significant shift in their draft capital over the past month.
The Giants and New England Patriots lead the league with 12 selections each in 2019, with the Cincinnati Bengals third with 11. No team has less picks than the five selections the Seattle Seahawks currently hold, a feat matched by the Chicago Bears. The Bears are also one of four teams without a first-round selection this year, along with the Dallas Cowboys, New Orleans Saints and Browns. The Raiders, Giants and Green Bay Packers are only only teams with multiple picks in round one. .
Compared to the last time we looked at the full 7-round draft order for 2019, there have been a number of changes since then. Last updated to reflect the trade of Frank Clark from the Seahawks to the Kansas City Chiefs
As previously reported, the Steelers currently have 10 picks in the draft after receiving a third and fifth round selection from the Raiders for Antonio Brown and a sixth-round pick from the Cardinals for Marcus Gilbert. Pittsburgh also traded their seventh round selection to the Cleveland Browns as part of a deal for Sammie Coates that saw them receive a sixth round draft pick in 2018. Their seventh round selection this year comes from the Tampa Bay Buccaneers as part of the trade for J.J. Wilcox in 2017. The Steelers extra sixth-round pick (No.175 overall) comes as part of the trade for Ryan Switzer in 2018.