The Jacksonville Jaguars have acquired the third round draft pick in the 2017 NFL Draft from the Denver Broncos for the right to swap picks in the 2018 NFL Draft.
The Jaguars acquired the first round pick in 2017 for a 2018 third round pick.
The Jaguars had already traded the No. 7 overall pick to the Arizona Cardinals for the No, 1 overall pick in 2018.
The team had already made the No-Pick swap with the Cardinals and traded it to the Eagles for the 2019 No. 1 overall selection.
The deal will send the Jaguars to Philadelphia for a 2019 No-2 overall pick, a No. 2 overall pick and the 2019 seventh round pick, as well as the 2019 first round selection.
The Eagles will also receive a 2019 first-round pick and a 2019 seventh-round selection.
With the Jaguars’ pick, they also have two 2017 first- and second-round draft picks.
They also have the 2019 fourth-round, 2020 first-rounder and a 2021 second-rounder.
The trade will net the Jaguars four second-year players in addition to the first-year contracts of defensive end Jelani Jenkins, offensive tackle Shon Coleman and cornerback Jalen Ramsey.
They will also get a third-round 2017 sixth-round compensatory pick.
In a press release, Jaguars general manager Dave Caldwell said the deal is a “significant move” and that it gives the team “the ability to secure future first- round picks for our organization.”
Caldwell added the Jaguars will receive “more picks in 2019 than we have in any of the previous six drafts,” and said they have “the potential to draft a number of top players for our team.”
The Jaguars will be able to move forward with the trade if they receive compensatory picks, as they did in the trade with the Eagles.
The compensatory selection will come in 2019, but the team will have to be willing to give up a second- or third-rounder for the compensatory selections.