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Official Dallas draft picks

Discussion in 'Draft Zone' started by Cogan, Jan 28, 2009.

  1. Cogan

    Cogan Active Member

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    I keep running into differing draft spots for the Cowboys. One mock shows us with two #4s, one with two #5s, etc. Does anyone know exactly how many picks we have this year & in which rounds?
  2. cowboysfan31

    cowboysfan31 Active Member

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    1st round- No Picks
    2nd round- 1 pick (ours)
    3rd round- 1 pick (from Cleveland)
    4th round- 2 picks (Detroit's and ours)
    5th round- 3 picks (Ours, Tennessee's, and a comp)
    6th round- 2 picks (Miami's and a comp)
    7th round- 2 picks (Detroit's and ours)
  3. cowboyjoe

    cowboyjoe Well-Known Member

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    THE TRADE MART
    2009

    1st round

    Philadelphia has a #1 from Carolina (2007 draft trade)
    Detroit has a #1 from Dallas (WR Roy Williams)

    2nd round

    New England has a #2 from San Diego (draft day trade)

    Miami has a #2 from Washington (DE Jason Taylor)
    NY Giants have a #2 from New Orleans (TE Jeremy Shockey/could become a #1 pick in 2010 if the Saints resign LB Jonathan Vilma before the start of free agency)
    3rd round

    Dallas has a #3 from Cleveland (2008 draft day trade)
    Detroit has a #3 from Dallas (WR Roy Williams)
    The Jets will get a #3 from New Orleans (LB Jonathan Vilma/could be a #2 if the Saints resign Vilma before the start of free agency)
    Green Bay has a conditional #3 from the Jets (QB Brett Fave)
    4th round

    Dallas has a #4 from Detroit (2008 draft day trade)

    The Jets have a #4 from Washington (OG Pete Kendall)
    5th round

    Philadelphia has a #5 pick from Cleveland (draft day trade)
    Atlanta has a 5th round pick from Oakland (CB DeAngelo Hall)
    NY Giants have a #5 from New Orleans (TE Jeremy Shockey)
    Denver has a #5 from Seattle (WR Keary Colbert; pick could escalate to a #4 based on productivity)
    Dallas get a #5 from Tennessee (compensation after CB Adam Jones was suspended again by the NFL.)
    6th round

    Green Bay has a #6 from New Orleans (draft day trade)
    Dallas has a #6 from Miami (DT Jason Ferguson)
    Detroit has a #6 from Dallas (WR Roy Williams)
    7th round

    Tampa Bay has a #7 from Jacksonville (2008 draft day trade)
    Minnesota has a #7 from Washington (DE Erasmus James)
    Miami has a #7 from Cleveland (CB Travis Daniels)
    Miami has a #7 from Carolina (QB Josh McCown)
    Pittsburgh has a #7 from Tampa Bay (OG Sean Mahan).

    Denver has a conditional #7 from Atlanta (CB Domonique Foxworth/ the pick could be a #6 based upon playing time and productivity.)
    Dallas has a #7 from Detroit (as part of WR Roy Williams deal)

    Other/conditional picks

    Philadelphia has an undisclosed pick from Minnesota (QB Kelly Holcomb)
    Indianapolis has a conditional late-round pick from Philadelphia (FB Luke Lawton; note didn't make opening day 53-man roster)
    Tampa Bay has a late round pick from Baltimore (DE Marques Douglas)


    2010

    5th round

    Denver has a #5 from Dallas (OG Montae Holland)

    6th round

    Miami has a #6 from Washington (DE Jason Taylor)
    Other

    Tampa Bay has a conditional late round pick from Baltimore (DE Marques Douglas)
    *******


    2008 Draft day trades

    New England traded its first- (No.7) and fifth-round (No. 164) picks to New Orleans for the Saints’ first- (No. 10) and third-round (No. 78) picks.

    Baltimore traded its first-round (No. 8) pick to Jacksonville for the Jaguars’ first- (No. 26); two third- (No. 71) and (No. 89) and fourth-round (No. 125) picks.

    Detroit traded its first- (No. 15) and third-round (No. 76) picks to Kansas City for the Chiefs’ first- (No. 17), third- (No. 66) and fifth-round (No. 136) picks.

    Houston traded its first-round (No. 18) pick to Baltimore for the Ravens’ first- (No. 26); third- (No. 89) and sixth-round (No. 173) picks.

    Philadelphia traded its first-round (No. 19) pick to Carolina for the Panthers’ second-(No. 43); fourth- (No. 109) and 2009 first-round picks.

    Washington traded its first- (No. 21); third- (No. 84) and fifth-round (No. 154) picks to Atlanta for the Falcons’ two second- (No. 34) and (No. 48) and fourth-round (No. 103) picks.

    Seattle traded its first-round (No. 25) pick to Dallas for the Cowboys’ first- (No. 28); fifth- (No. 163) and seventh-round (No. 235) picks.

    Green Bay traded its first-round (No. 30) pick to the New York Jets for the Jets second- (No. 36) and fourth-round (No. 113) picks.

    Baltimore traded its second-round (No. 38) to Seattle for the Seahawks’ second- (No. 55) and third-round (No. 86) picks.

    Philadelphia traded its fourth-round (No. 115) pick to Miami for RB Lorenzo Booker. Miami then traded No. 115 to Chicago.

    Philadelphia traded its second- (No. 43) and fifth-round (No. 152) picks to Minnesota for the Vikings’ second- (No. 47) and fourth-round (No. 117) picks.

    Tampa Bay traded its second-round (No. 52) pick to Jacksonville for the Jaguars’ second- (No. 58); fifth-round (No. 158) picks and 2009 seventh-round pick.

    Miami traded its third-round (No. 64) pick to Detroit for the Lions’ third- (No. 66) and fifth-round (No. 176) picks.

    New England traded its third-round (No. 69) pick to San Diego for the Chargers’ fifth-round (No. 160) and 2009 second-round picks.

    Dallas traded its third-round (No. 92) pick to Detroit for the Lions’ fourth- (No. 111) and 2009 fourth-round picks.

    Washington traded its fourth-round (No. 103) pick to Tennessee for the Titans’ fourth- (No. 124) and fifth-round (No. 157) picks. Tennessee selected Winston Salem State DE William Hayes. Washington selected Arizona State S Justin Tryon and traded No. 157 to St. Louis.

    Tennessee traded DB Adam Jones to Dallas for the Cowboys’ fourth- (No. 126) and 2009 sixth-round picks.

    Dallas traded its fourth-round (No. 100) pick to Oakland for the Raiders’ fourth- (No. 104) and seventh-round (No. 213) picks.

    New York Jets traded its fourth-round (No. 102) pick to Green Bay for the Packers’ fourth- (No. 113) and fifth-round (No. 162) picks.

    Dallas traded its fourth-round (No. 104) pick to Cleveland for the Browns’ fourth- (No. 122) and fifth-round (No. 155) picks.

    Baltimore traded its fourth-round (No. 125) pick to Oakland for CB Fabian Washington.

    Chicago traded its fourth-round (No. 110) pick to Miami for the Dolphins’ fourth- (No. 115) and seventh-round (No. 208) picks.

    Dallas traded its fourth-round (No. 111) pick to Cleveland for the Browns 2009 third-round pick.

    Chicago traded its fourth- (No. 115) and sixth-round (No. 175) picks to Tampa Bay for the Bucs’ fourth- (No. 120) and fifth-round (No. 158) picks.

    Pittsburgh traded its fourth-round (No. 123) pick to the New York Giants for the Giants’ fourth- (No. 130) and sixth-round (No. 194) picks.

    Green Bay traded its fourth-round (No. 128) pick to St. Louis for the Rams’ fifth- (No. 137) and seventh-round (No. 217) picks.

    Green Bay traded its fifth-round (No. 137) to Minnesota for the Vikings’ fifth- (No. 150) and seventh-round (No. 209) picks.

    Jacksonville traded its fifth-round (No. 143) to Dallas for the Cowboys’ fifth- (No. 155) and seventh-round (No. 213) picks.

    Detroit traded its fifth-round (No. 144) pick to New Orleans for the Saints’ fifth- (No. 146) and seventh-round (No. 218) picks.

    Tampa Bay traded its fifth-round (No. 153) pick to New England for the Patriots’ fifth- (No. 160) and seventh-round (No. 238) picks.

    Washington traded its fifth- (No. 157) and seventh-round (No. 228) picks to St. Louis for the Rams’ two sixth-round (No. 168) and (No. 180) picks.

    Philadelphia traded its sixth-round (No. 191) pick to Cleveland for the Browns’ 2009 fifth-round pick.

    Green Bay traded its seventh-round (No. 237) to New Orleans for the Saints’ 2009 sixth-round pick.

    Return to the Great Blue North Draft Report.


    in plain english, what cowboys fan wrote above is correct, all except the possibility of the compensation picks, we should get 2 compensation picks, but that hasnt been declared yet,
  4. cowboyjoe

    cowboyjoe Well-Known Member

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    Dallas # 1 pick to detroit for roy williams wr
    Dallas keeps their # 2 pick
    Dallas gets # 3 pick from cleveland
    Dallas trades their 3rd pick to detroit for roy williams
    dallas gets # 4 pick from detroit in trade last year during draft
    Dallas keeps their # 4 pick
    Dallas gets # 5 pick from Tennesse for adam jones deal in compensation
    Dallas gets Miamis # 6 pick in conclusion of Jason Fergueson trade
    Dallas gets # 7 pick from Detroit in conclusion of roy wiliams trade in exchange
    Dallas keeps their # 7 pick
    Dallas should get 2 compensation picks for Jacquee Reeves & Julius Jones

    those compensation picks should range from 4th round to 7th round, the commissioner determines what picks those are based on what free agents you lose and sign so should be the 5th and 6th round, maybe still to be determined
  5. cowboyjoe

    cowboyjoe Well-Known Member

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    So, yes, we have 2, 3, 4, 4, 5, (5 Dallas has their own 5th rounder too) 6, 7, 7 and 2 compensatioin picks-possibly a 5th and 6th, so that should be 11 picks in all, but the compensation picks you cant trade in the nfl draft
  6. Cogan

    Cogan Active Member

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    If Reeves was drafted in the 7th rd. in the 2004 draft, & Jones was taken in the 2nd rd. in the same draft, then wouldn't the comp picks be farther apart? Say, for instance, a 4th for JJ and a 7th for Reeves. Man, I never dreamed we had so many picks, especially after giving so many away for RW. Just think how good we would look if that deal hadn't gone down.

    I'll bet the Browns will be ringing JJ's phone off the hook, since they only have four picks, (not withstanding comp picks), in the entire draft.
  7. cowboysfan31

    cowboysfan31 Active Member

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    Comp picks have more to do with the contract the player we lost signed, how they perform with their new team, and what we did in FA last year.
  8. cowboyjoe

    cowboyjoe Well-Known Member

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    yep, compensation picks are determined on 3 main things

    first, the player that signs with a team, how much money did he get to sign with that other team, then his production yardage etc.

    example, for julius jones who got less signing money than reeves, julius jones would have to rush for over 1500 yards to get a high pick from 4th to 5th round

    3rd, then it is determined by how many free agents you sign and that is deducted via draft compensation pick,

    hope that helps you
  9. big dog cowboy

    big dog cowboy THE BIG DOG Staff Member

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    We gave up 3 picks and got 1 pick back so really we only traded 2 picks for Roy11. We really didn't give away a lot of picks like some want you to believe.

    We still look good even with that deal. Remember, if we had our 1st rounder everyone would be screaming for a WR. At least this way we have a proven guy. First round WR's are historically have the biggest bust rate.
  10. ayjackson

    ayjackson New Member

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    I'll buy that. Thanks.

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