Just a half-hour into the NFL Draft, multiple trades were made within the first few picks.

The first deal was a swap of the third and fourth picks. Minnesota traded the No. 3 overall selection to Cleveland in exchange for a fourth, fifth and seventh round pick in this year's draft. The Browns took running back Trent Richardson, while the Vikings grabbed USC offensive lineman Matt Kalil at number four.

Shortly after the Browns made their pick, the Jaguars moved up to No. 5 overall. They sent the seventh pick, along with a fourth round selection to Tampa Bay in exchange for the seventh pick in the draft. Jacksonville took wide receiver Justin Blackmon with their first round pick. The Buccaneers took safety Mark Barron at seven overall.

But there were still more trades to come.

Dallas moved up to No. 6 overall. They sent the 14th pick and a second round selection to the Rams. The Cowboys took highly touted cornerback Morris Claiborne at six. It was thought that Dallas was set to select Barron, but the Cowboys went after the LSU product after making the deal.

The Eagles also moved up three slots. They sent the 15th overall selection, as well as two late round picks, to Seattle for the 12th pick in the first round.