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Vikings Trade with Jets in 2024 NFL Draft's 1st Round


EAGAN, Minn. — The Vikings have nudged up the draft board.

Minnesota reached an agreement with the New York Jets on Thursday to move up one spot from 11th to 10th.

The trade was executed by Vikings General Manager Kwesi Adofo-Mensah and Head Coach Kevin O'Connell heading into the duo's third draft with Minnesota.

The deal involved sending the No. 11, 129 and 157 picks to New York in exchange for the 10th pick and the No. 203 pick.

This will be just the 19th time in franchise history that the Vikings have used a top-10 selection and just the seventh occurrence since 2002.

Vikings All-Time Top-10 Selections

1961 RB Tommy Mason (1st overall pick)

1963 DT Jim Dunaway (3rd)

1964 DE Carl Eller (6th)

1965 WR Jack Snow (8th)

1966 DT Jerry Shaw (7th)

1967 RB Clinton Jones (2nd)

1967 WR Gene Washington (8th)

1968 T Ron Yary (1st)

1972 LB Jeff Siemon (10th)

1980 DT Doug Martin (9th)

1982 RB Darrin Nelson (7th)

1985 LB Chris Doleman (4th)

2002 T Bryant McKinnie (7th)

2003 DT Kevin Williams (9th)

2005 WR Troy Williamson (7th)

2007 RB Adrian Peterson (7th)

2012 T Matt Kalil (4th)

2014 LB Anthony Barr (9th)