IRVING, Texas (AP)—The Dallas Cowboys traded their second-round pick Saturday, leaving them without a selection on the first day of the NFL draft.
The Buffalo Bills acquired the 51st pick from the Cowboys in exchange for third- and fourth-round picks, the 75th and 110th selections.
It should be a much different Sunday for the Cowboys, who have 12 picks in rounds three through seven.
Dallas did not have a first-round pick, having dealt that with third- and sixth-rounders to Detroit last season for receiver Roy Williams.
The swap with the Bills was the 53rd draft day trade since Jerry Jones bought the team in 1989.
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