San Francisco won the third draft pick in a trade with Miami, which then negotiated with Philadelphia
The Miami dolphins they changed the order of Design 2021 from NFL, through the global selection No. 3 to the San Francisco 49ers in exchange for team N ° 12, which they later exchanged with the Philadelphia Eaglesthe sources told ESPN
As result, Dolphins They ended this Friday’s moves with Global Turn No. 6 in this year’s draw and multiple first-round picks going forward as part of their loot, sources said. ESPN
The Dolphins first caused an earthquake in the panorama of the drought by selection no. 3 to the 49ers in exchange for this year’s 12th squad, a first and third in 2022 and a first round in 2023, sources pointed to Adam Schefter of ESPN
Miami shortly thereafter, he continued negotiations, sending numbers 12, 123 and a first round of 2022 to the Eagles in exchange for positions No. 6 and No. 156 in the drought from this year.
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These great movements confirm the urge of the Dolphins This off season they build around the quarterback Tua Tagovailoa in 2021, while increasing their flexibility and ability to add talent through the drought the coming years.
The movement also intervenes completely 49ers to the battle to recruit a top-tier quarterback into the draft, however, sources said ESPN Which San Francisco will keep up Jimmy Garoppolo and has no plans to redeem it.
“Jimmy is here to stay,” a source said 49ers to Schefter. “He’s our man this year.”
The 49ers decided to use the drought because they are okay with the options that will be available there at No. 3 after the pick of the Jacksonville Jaguars and New York Jets, sources said ESPN
For their part, Dolphins have prioritized adding players to talented positions on offense and by reaching the sixth overall pick, they still have the chance to have an elite player in this class that includes Yes’Marr Chase of the LSU Tigers, DeVonta Smith and Jaylen Waddle of the Alabama Crimson Tide, ed Kyle Pitts of the Florida Gators.
Miami got a big reward from the August 2019 transaction he sent to Laremy Tunsil to the Houston Texans. In that exchange, the Dolphins received the number 3 overall pick that resulted in the two trades coming Friday, a third round in 2022 and a first round in 2023. They also received the number 36 inning in this year’s draw in addition to last season’s picks they used. in the corner Noah Igbinoghene and the guard Solomon Kindley in the first and fourth round respectively.
The third round selection that goes from the 49ers to the Dolphins 2022 is a compensatory shift for the hiring of Robert Saleh with the New York Jets.
Information from Cameron Wolfe was used in writing this note.