Vikings trade No. 3 pick to Browns for No. 4 pick and more

The Minnesota Vikings have made the first headlines on Draft night 2012 with the night's first trade. Jay Glazer is reporting that the Vikings have traded the No.3 overall pick to the Cleveland Browns for the No.4 overall pick along with the Browns' 4th round, 5th round and 7th round selections.
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The Minnesota Vikings have made the first headlines on Draft night 2012 with the night's first trade. Jay Glazer is reporting that the Vikings have traded the No.3 overall pick to the Cleveland Browns for the No.4 overall pick along with the Browns' 4th round, 5th round and 7th round selections.

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