CINCINNATI - Even before the 2012 NFL Draft kicked off Thursday night in New York City, one trade had already been made with several more that followed.
The Cleveland Browns traded up from the number four spot to the number three spot held by the Minnesota Vikings.
The Jacksonville Jaguars traded up to the Tampa Buccaneers' fifth spot from number seven.
The Dallas Cowboys moved up to number six by trading with the St. Louis Rams, who had already traded out of the number two spot.
The Philadelphia Eagles acquired the 12th overall pick from the Seattle Seahawks.
After drafting Dre Kirkpatrick, the Bengals swapped first-round picks with the New England Patriots. Cincinnati drops down to the 27th pick and gets New England's third-round pick (no. 93).
The Patriots then moved up to the 25th pick from Denver.
Minnesota moved up to acquire Baltimore's 29th overall pick.
Tampa Bay then traded up to Denver's late first-round spot, previously held by New England
Here's the picks so far in the first round:
1. Indianapolis -- Andrew Luck, quarterback from Stanford
2. Washington -- Robert Griffin III, quarterback from Baylor
3. Cleveland -- Trent Richardson, running back from Alabama
4. Minnesota -- Matt Kalil, offensive tackle from Southern California
5. Jacksonville - Justin Blackmon, wide receiver from Oklahoma State
6. Dallas - Morris Claiborne, cornerback from LSU
7. Tampa Bay - Mark Barron, defensive back from Alabama
8 . Miami - Ryan Tannehill, quarterback from Texas A & M
9 . Carolina - Luke Kuechly, linebacker from Boston College
10. Buffalo - Stephon Gilmore, cornerback from South Carolina
11. Kansas City - Dontari Poe, defensive tackle from Memphis
12 Philadelphia - Fletcher Cox, defensive tackle from Mississippi State
13. Arizona - Michael Floyd, wide receiver from Notre Dame
14. St. Louis - Michael Brockers, defensive tackle from LSU
15. Seattle - Bruce Irvin, linebacker from West Virginia
16. New York Jets - Quinton Coples, defensive end from North Carolina
17. - Cincinnati - Dre Kirkpatrick, cornerback from Alabama
18. - San Diego - Melvin Ingram, defensive end from South Carolina
19. Chicago - Shea McClellin, linebacker from Boise State
20. Tennessee - Kendall Wright, wide receiver from Baylor
21. New England (acquired from Cincinnati) - Chandler Jones, defensive end from Syracuse
22. Cleveland - Brandon Weeden, quarterback from Oklahoma State
23. Riley Feiff, offensive tackle from Iowa
24. Pittsburgh - David DeCastro, offensive guard from Stanford
25. New England (from Denver) - Dont'a Hightower, linebacker from Alabama
26. Houston - Whitney Mercilus, defensive end from Illinois
27. Cincinnati - Kevin Zeitler, offensive guard from Wisconsin
28. Green Bay - Nick Perry , defensive end from USC
29. Minnesota (from Baltimore) - Harrison Smith, defensive back from Notre Dame
30. San Francisco - A.J. Jenkins, wide receiver from Illinois
31. Tampa Bay (from Denver, New England) - Doug Martin, running back from Boise State
32. New York Giants - David Wilson, running back from Virginia Tech
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