Houston will now pick 40th overall in the NFL Draft.
Following the trade with Arizona, the Texans own a pair of second round selections: the Cardinals at 40th, and their own at 57th. They dealt their fourth-rounder to the Cardinals, and will get a 2021 fourth-rounder back.
In all, Houston has eight picks in 2020. The Texans dealt this year's first round pick along with next year's first-rounder to Miami in the trade that netted them left tackle Laremy Tunsil, receiver Kenny Stills and a fourth round pick this year. Their sixth round selection went to the Patriots for cornerback and special teams standout Keion Crossen.
Last week, Houston was awarded a compensatory pick in the third round, and two in the seventh. The third round compensatory pick went to Cleveland in the trade for running back Duke Johnson.
|ROUND (OVERALL PICK)|
|4 (FROM MIAMI, 111TH)|
The Draft is scheduled to begin on Thursday, April 23. The second and third rounds are the next night, and the final four rounds on Saturday, April 25. This year will be different, however, as the NFL has decided to modify its plans. There will be no public events in Las Vegas, which is where the Draft will be held.