This is a
list of the largest in league history, in terms of the number of players and National Football League player trades Draft picks exchanged. In the case of draft picks, names in parentheses indicate the player eventually selected with that pick.
18 players [ edit ]
On October 13, 1989, the
Dallas Cowboys, Minnesota Vikings and San Diego Chargers were involved in an 18-player trade, the largest trade in NFL history.
15 players [ edit ]
Baltimore Colts and Cleveland Browns swapped 15 players on March 26, 1953.
14 players [ edit ]
14 players moved between the
Los Angeles Rams and Washington Redskins on January 28, 1971, the opening day of the 1971 NFL Draft.
12 players [ edit ]
Dallas Texans and Los Angeles Rams traded 12 players on June 13, 1952. This was the largest trade by one team for a single player in history, as the Rams traded 11 players for one.
10 players [ edit ]
Chicago Cardinals and Los Angeles Rams saw 10 players move on March 23, 1959. This was another "one-for-several" trade, as the Rams sent nine players to Chicago for just one.
On October 31, 1987, the
Buffalo Bills, Indianapolis Colts and Los Angeles Rams traded 10 players between them.
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References [ edit ]