Dolphins Make Two Separate Trades with 49ers, Eagles Centered on Draft Picks
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After the NBA Trade Deadline wrapped up on Thursday, the NFL decided Friday was a good day for trades.

First, the San Francisco 49ers traded from the No. 12 spot in the upcoming NFL Draft to the No. 3 spot with Miami. Obviously, it wasn’t that cut and dry.

The 49ers get just the No. 3 pick. Miami got the No. 12 pick in 2021 and then two future SF first-round picks (2022, 2023) and the Niners third-round pick in 2022.

Then, Miami turned around and jumped back into the Top 10 after trading with Philadelphia.

Miami gets the No. 6 pick in 2021, while Philly gets the No. 12 pick in this year’s draft and the Dolphins first rounder in 2022. Also, the Eagles get pick No. 123 and gave Miami pick No. 156.

So, after all that, the first 12 picks now look like this for the 2021 NFL Draft.

Now, 49ers QB Jimmy Garoppolo’s future with the team appears in question. Adam Schefter reports otherwise, even though it doesn’t sound like the greatest vote of confidence for Jimmy G.

We’ve heard “he’s our guy” so many times in the last few years — Jared Goff this summer, Josh Rosen before the Cardinals drafted Kyler Murray, etc. — so Garoppolo shouldn’t get too comfortable in the bay area.

Also, back to Miami for a second, the Dolphins now have a ridiculous amount of draft picks in the first three rounds of the next three NFL Drafts.

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