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What picks do the Dolphins have in the 2023, 2024 NFL Draft?

The Dolphins traded for pass rusher Bradley Chubb from the Broncos. We break down Miami’s picks after the trade.

General Manager Chris Grier of the Miami Dolphins talks to the media prior to introducing new head coach Mike McDaniel on February 10, 2022 at the Miami Dolphins Baptist Health Training Complex in Miami Gardens, Florida. Photo by Joel Auerbach/Getty Images

The Miami Dolphins were expected to be active on deadline day and they struck a deal for Denver Broncos pass rusher Bradley Chubb before 4 p.m. ET on Tuesday. The Dolphins are also sending RB Chase Edmonds back to Denver in the deal along with picks. We’re going to go over Miami’s draft picks the next two seasons after the deal.

The Dolphins don’t have a first-round pick in 2023 because of tampering with Tom Brady and Sean Payton back in 2019. Miami also dealt San Fran’s first-round pick in 2023 as part of the Chubb deal. The Dolphins have their own second- and third-rounders, also their fifth-round pick. Miami got a third-round pick from the Patriots in the DeVante Parker deal. The Dolphins dealt their fourth-rounder and sixth-rounder to the Chiefs as part of the Tyreek Hill trade. Miami got back a sixth-round pick from the Bears and have their seventh-round pick.

In 2024, the Dolphins won’t have their fourth-round pick, which goes back to Denver for Chubb. The Dolphins also get a fifth-round pick in 2025 as part of the deal.

Update — The Dolphins acquired RB Jeff Wilson Jr. from the 49ers in exchange for their fifth-round pick in 2023, per reports.

2023 draft picks

2nd — OWN
3rd — OWN
3rd — NE
5th — traded to SF
6th — CHI
7th — OWN

2024 draft picks

1st — OWN
2nd — OWN
3rd — Forfeited
4th — traded to DEN
5th — OWN
6th — OWN
7th — OWN