The NFC has traded three players in the past month, including the first three-man trade between the Dallas Cowboys and New Orleans Saints.
Here’s a look at how each of those deals made the final cuts: 1.
Dallas Cowboys: Cowboys WR Dez Bryant to Los Angeles Rams The Cowboys were looking for a long-term solution at wide receiver, and they got a big-time addition in Dez, who is the No. 2 overall pick in this year’s draft.
Bryant has spent the past two seasons with the Rams, and his emergence as a top-end receiver in a division where defenses are starting to get tougher is a huge boost for the Rams.
The Rams signed Bryant to a four-year, $48 million deal last offseason, and the deal includes $13 million in guarantees.
New Orleans Pelicans: Pelicans DE Dante Fowler Jr. to Atlanta Falcons The Pelicans signed Fowler to a one-year deal, with the option to extend it through 2021, per Adam Bettcher of ESPN New Orleans.
Fowler is a former first-round pick, and was considered one of the top defensive linemen in the draft.
He has made three Pro Bowls and is averaging 3.5 sacks per season over the past three years.
Atlanta Falcons: Falcons WR Julio Jones to Los Vegas Raiders The Falcons acquired Jones in the third round of the 2017 NFL Draft, but his deal is a one year, $6.9 million deal.
Jones is averaging nearly 15 yards per catch and has nearly 3,000 receiving yards in his career.
He is an All-Pro and two-time Pro Bowler.
Jones will provide the Raiders with a versatile pass-catcher at the position.
Seattle Seahawks: Seahawks TE Dwayne Allen to Los Diego Chargers The Seahawks traded Allen to the Chargers in a deal that was announced Friday.
Allen was a seventh-round draft pick by the Seattle Seahawks in 2017.
He had two years remaining on his contract, and he was coming off a season in which he had two career-highs: 61 receptions for 1,000 yards and seven touchdowns.
Green Bay Packers: Packers WR Jordy Nelson to Miami Dolphins The Packers traded Nelson to the Dolphins in a trade that was also announced Friday, per Aaron Wilson of ESPN.
The trade is worth $1.5 million in guaranteed money.
Nelson had one touchdown and one catch for 29 yards on six targets in his first season with Green Bay.
Carolina Panthers: Panthers RB DeAngelo Williams to Buffalo Bills The Panthers have traded Williams to the Bills, per ESPN.
Williams had one catch on nine targets for 49 yards and a touchdown on seven carries in 2016.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Buccaneers RB Jameis Winston to Minnesota Vikings The Bucs have traded Winston to the Vikings, per Matt Claassen of the St. Paul Pioneer Press.
Winston had one carry for 13 yards on eight carries in his second season with the Buccaneers.
Arizona Cardinals: Cardinals RB Carlos Hyde to Miami Chargers The Cardinals traded Hyde to the Miami Dolphins, per Alex Speier of ESPN Phoenix.
Hyde had a breakout season for the Cardinals, rushing for 2,096 yards and 14 touchdowns.
Tennessee Titans: Titans RB Derrick Henry to Chicago Bears The Titans traded Henry to the Bears in a swap for a conditional 2018 sixth-round picks, per Joe Buscaglia of NFL.com.
Henry had five carries for 15 yards on seven targets in 2016, and had three rushing touchdowns.
Houston Texans: Texans WR DeAndre Hopkins to Chicago White Sox The Texans traded Hopkins to the White Sox, per Brian Hoyer of ESPN Chicago.
Hopkins had six receptions for 65 yards on nine catches with three touchdowns on seven passes.
Jacksonville Jaguars: Jaguars RB Leonard Fournette to Cleveland Browns The Jaguars traded Fournettes to Cleveland, per John McClain of ESPN Jacksonville.
Fournets’ production in Cleveland dropped off after the 2016 season, and it will be interesting to see how he fits in the Jaguars offense.
Dallas Texans: Titans TE Austin Seferian-Jenkins to Jacksonville Jaguars The Titans acquired Seferians-Jenks from Jacksonville, per Ian Rapoport of NFL Network.
Oakland Raiders: Titans QB Marcus Mariota to Tampa Bay Bucs The Raiders traded Mariota and the No, 1 overall pick to the Buccaneers in a four to one trade, per Michael Silver of Bleacher Report.
Mariota will be one of three quarterbacks to start the season for Tampa Bay, which is already without starting quarterback Jamey Stegmaier.
Buffalo Bills: Eagles CB Jalen Ramsey to Denver Broncos The Bills traded Ramsey to the Broncos in a three-team deal.
Ramsey has six interceptions over his first three seasons with Buffalo, and has been a starter in his only two seasons as a starter.
Pittsburgh Steelers: Panthers TE Ben Watson to Philadelphia Eagles The Panthers traded Watson to the Eagles in a