The ‘Fins surrendered the 49ers’ 2023 first-round pick that Miami acquired in the Trey Lance trade, a 2023 fourth-rounder and running back Chase Edmonds in exchange for Chubb and a 2025 fifth round-pick, according to ESPN’s Adam Schefter.
With the acquisition of a first-round pick and more, let’s take a look at how many selections Denver has in the 2023 NFL Draft after the blockbuster deal.
Following the Russell Wilson trade, the Broncos were without their first- and second-round pick in the next draft, but they have recouped some draft capital with their latest swap.
The Broncos now have the Niners’ first-rounder, two third-rounders (the Colts and their own), two fourths (their own and the Dolphins), the Steelers’ sixth-rounder and the Vikings’ seventh-round selection for a total of seven picks.
First round: San Francisco 49ers’ selection
Second round: None
Third round: Colts’ selection and their own
Fourth round: Dolphins’ selection and their own
Fifth round: None
Sixth round: Steelers’ selection
Seventh round: Vikings’ selection