|< Trade #18.32: LAR & ATL||WAS & LAR: Trade #18.34 >|
Chiefs left with
No. 198 – DT Kahlil McKenzie
Patriots left with
No. 233 – Traded No. 233 for No. 250 (TE Ryan Izzo) and a 2019 7th Rd. pick
No. 243 – CB Keion Crossen
Dictator’s Decree: “This transaction has ‘special teams fodder’ written all over it. Moving on…” – March 2019
As the benevolent dictator I have more important things to do than break down the minutiae of trades involving sixth and seventh round picks. As I have written in TDI’s Glorious Constitution, “Article 8: Picks in Rounds 5-7 rarely yield value, so use these to trade up for studs this year or a better pick next year.” It takes work leading an island that has the world’s fastest-growing economy, highest happiness index, and the most NFL draft nerds per square mile, so I’m just cranking this one out as fast as I can. Now, back to governing…
Trade #18.33 – Assets Exchanged
Chiefs receive: No. 198 (6th Rd.)
Patriots receive: No. 233 (7th Rd.), No. 243 (7th Rd.)
Trade #18.33 – Players Drafted & Transactions
See Trade #18.35 – Patriots trade No. 233 for No. 250 and a 2019 7th Rd. pick.
2018 Year-End Summary
After the 2018 season this trade has yielded little benefit for either team, but kudos to the Patriots for landing Keion Crossen in the 7th round. Players taken toward the end of the draft rarely pan out, but Crossen made the veteran Patriots roster and appeared in 11 games. Plus, New England has an additional 7th round pick in 2019 which they can package in another deal, so advantage to the Evil Empire.
Notes on statistics:
1. Approximate Value(“AV”) and Snap Counts (“Snap”) per Football Reference.
2. Snap Counts only list offensive and defensive snaps. Special teams snaps are excluded.