The NFL trade deadline has now passed, with several teams getting in on the action. At this point in the season, teams are either looking to add some star power for a Super Bowl push or offload a star in return for draft picks.
Some teams sat on their hands and did nothing, happy with their rosters already, but others wanted to make a big splash and they did. In total, the NFL trade deadline produced 10 trades on the final day. Here they are.
The Buffalo Bills and Atlanta Falcons did business in the form of safety Dean Marlowe. Buffalo received Marlowe and in exchange, the Falcons received a 2023 seventh-round pick.
Already with a superb defense, Buffalo got a little deeper at safety.
The biggest splash on NFL trade deadline day was Bradley Chubb swapping Mile High for Miami. The star linebacker comes in to give the Dolphins some serious star power.
Miami received Chubb with a 2025 fifth-round pick and sent running back Chase Edmonds, a 2023 first-round pick and a 2024 fourth-round pick to the Broncos.
Denver needed another pass rusher after letting Chubb go and they got one in New York Jets defensive end Jacob Martin.
The Broncos got Martin and a 2024 fifth-round pick while the Jets received a 2024 fourth-round pick in return.
The Falcons beefed up their secondary with the addition of Rashad Fenton from Kansas City.
It was a clean deal, with the Chiefs receiving a conditional 2023 seventh-round pick in return.
This deal involved the Bills and Indianapolis Colts swapping running backs – Zack Moss to the Colts and Nyheim Hines to Buffalo.
The Colts also received a conditional 2023 fifth-round pick.
Despite currently being suspended, Falcons receiver Calvin Ridley finds himself on a new team. The Jacksonville Jaguars will now be his home after he was traded.
The Jaguars received Ridley while the Falcons got a 2023 conditional fifth-round draft pick along with a 2024 conditional second-round draft pick.
The Dolphins got some running back help in the form of Jeff Wilson. With Christian McCaffrey now in San Francisco, Wilson was surplus to requirements.
A surprising move on NFL trade deadline day. Justin Fields has another weapon in Steelers receiver Chase Claypool.
The Bears received Claypool and sent a 2023 second-round pick to the Steelers.
Pittsburgh got some defensive help in the shape of cornerback William Jackson III from the Commanders along with a 2025 conditional seventh-round draft pick.
In exchange for the corner, Washington received a 2025 conditional sixth-round draft pick.
The NFL trade deadline produced a doozy here. A trade in the division. The Lions sent tight end TJ Hockenson to the Minnesota Vikings along with a 2023 fourth-round draft pick and a 2024 conditional fourth-round draft pick.
In exchange, the Lions received a 2023 second-round draft pick and a 2024 third-round draft pick.