No blockbuster, last-minute trades this year.
The 4 p.m. ET trade deadline is in the rearview mirror with just two minor trades occurring on Tuesday.
The Dolphins traded slot receiver Isaiah Ford to the Patriots in exchange for a 2022 seventh-round pick, sending much-needed receiver depth to New England. This will expand Antonio Callaway’s role in the Miami offense.
The Dolphins also acquired running back DeAndre Washington from the Chiefs. The team sent Kansas City a 2021 sixth-round pick in exchange for Washington and a 2021 seventh-round pick and is reportedly set to fill in for Miles Gaskin, who is expected to miss three games with a sprained MCL.
There had been chatter throughout the day of Texans receiver Will Fuller and Patriots cornerback Stephon Gilmore being shopped, but neither player was traded.
The Chargers traded cornerback Desmond King to the Titans in exchange for a sixth-round pick and the Saints swapped a conditional fifth-round pick and linebacker Kiko Alonso for 49ers linebacker Kwon Alexander on Monday.
The Jets and Giants — who have a combined 1-15 record — did not make any transactions on Tuesday in the midst of their rebuild years.
The Jets had already parted ways with Avery Williamson, Steve McLendon and Jordan Willis ahead of the deadline.