>Thursday Avonte Maddox Color Rush Jersey , April 261. Tampa Bay traded its first- (No. 7) and seventh-round (No. 255) picks to Buffalo for the Bills’ first- (No. 12) and second-round (No. 53 and No. 56) picks. Buffalo selected Josh Allen, qb, Wyoming and (No. 255). Tampa Bay selected Vita Vea, dt, Washington; (No. 53) and (No. 56).2. Oakland traded its first-round (No. 10) to Arziona for the Cardinals’ first- (No. 15), third- (No. 79), fifth-round (No. 152) picks. Arizona selected Josh Rosen, qb, UCLA. Oakland selected Kolton Miller, ot, UCLA; (No. 79) and (No. 152).3. Green Bay traded its first-round (No. 14) to New Orleans for the Saints’ first- (No. 27) and fifth-round (No. 147) picks and a 2019 first-round pick. New Orleans selected Marcus Davenport, DE, UTSA. Green Bay traded (No. 27) to Seattle and selected (No. 147).4. Baltimore traded its first- (No. 16) and fifth-round (No. 154) picks to Buffalo for the Bills’ first- (No. 22) and third-round (No. 65) picks. Buffalo selected Tremaine Edmunds, lb http://www.officialislanders.com/aut...-pelech-jersey , Virginia Tech and (No. 154). Baltimore traded (No. 22) to Tennessee and selected (No. 65).5. Seattle traded its first- (No. 18) and seventh-round (No. 248) picks to Green Bay for the Packers’ first- (No. 27), third- (No. 76) and sixth-round (No. 186) picks. Green Bay selected Jaire Alexander, cb, Louisville and (No. 248). Seattle selected Rashaad Penny, rb, San Diego State; (No. 76) and (No. 186).6. Oakland traded its third-round (No. 75) pick to Pittsburgh for WR Martavis Bryant. Pittsburgh selected (No. 75).7. Baltimore traded its first- (No. 22) and sixth-round (No. 215) picks to Tennessee for the Titans’ first- (No. 25) and fourth-round (No. 125) picks. Tennessee selected Rashaan Evans, lb, Alabama and (No. 215). Baltimore selected Hayden Hurst, te, South Carolina and traded (No. 125) to Philadelphia.8. Philadelphia traded its first- (No. 32) and fourth-round (No. 132) picks to Baltimore for the Ravens’ second- (No. 52) and fourth-round (No. 125) picks and a 2019 second-round pick. Baltimore selected Lamar Jackson, qb, Louisville and (No. 132). Philadelphia selected (No. 52) and (No. 125). Copyright ©2018 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, written or redistributed.
The Cowboys are not expected to reach a deal with defensive end DeMarcus Lawrence before Monday’s 4 p.m. ET deadline Miles Wood Jersey , according to multiple reports.

Lawrence repeatedly has said he has no problem playing under the $17.1 million franchise tag, giving him a chance to “break the bank” in free agency next year. Of course, Lawrence is forgetting that if he repeats what he did last season, the Cowboys surely will franchise him again at a projected $20.5 million tag.

Besides, the Cowboys almost always get long-term deals done with players they want to keep, and they want to keep Lawrence. They recently made Zack Martin the highest-paid guard in NFL history, signing him to a six-year, $84 million extension that includes $40 million guaranteed.

How much will Lawrence get?

Defensive linemen Jadeveon Clowney, Aaron Donald and Khalil Mack also are seeking long-term deals, so one of them likely sets the bar for Lawrence.

The Cowboys also will get another season to confirm Lawrence is a “war daddy” pass rusher and not a one-hit wonder.

Lawrence, 26, made only nine sacks his first three seasons while missing 16 games with injuries and a four-game suspension. He had 14.5 sacks last season.