- The NFL trade deadline has come and gone. Check out where some of the league's biggest stars ended up.
The NFL trade deadline has officially passed. After weeks of speculation surrounding some of the league's biggest names, some stars finally found new homes, while others stayed put.
The Broncos got the action started on Tuesday by trading wide receiver Demaryius Thomas to the Houston Texans for a fourth-round and seventh-round pick. The Texans also got a seventh-round pick in the deal. The Lions made their move shortly afterward, sending wide receiver Golden Tate to the Philadelphia Eagles for a third-round pick.
Ha Ha Clinton-Dix, Ty Montgomery and Dante Fowler were other players who were moved at the trade deadline.
Here is the latest news from around the league. For additional analysis, check out Conor Orr's grades of the biggest moves.
Every completed trade
• The NFL's internal transcations wire is in, and it includes no late or unknown trades. The trade deadline has officially come and gone. (Tom Pelissero, NFL.com)
• Trade deadline is here. Barring any deals that are reported past 4 p.m., this one is in the books.
• Packers have traded Ha Ha Clinton-Dix to the Washington Redskins for a fourth-round pick (Ian Rapoport, NFL.com)
• The Jaguars have traded defensive end Dante Fowler to the Rams. The Jaguars will receive a 2019 third-round pick and a 2020 fifth-round pick in return. (Adam Schefter, ESPN)
• The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have reportedly told DeSean Jackson that they do not intend on trading him. (Josina Anderson, ESPN)
• Ravens are trading for Packers running back Ty Montgomery for a 2020 seventh-round pick. (Josina Anderson, ESPN)
• As the trade deadline approaches, more details surrounding Dante Fowler's potential move from Jacksonville are being released. While no deal has been reached, the Jaguars are reportedly asking for two third-round picks in exchange for the defensive end. (Adam Schefter, ESPN)
• Terrelle Pryor, who was released by the Jets on Oct. 20, is traveling to Buffalo with intentions to sign with the Bills. (Josina Anderson, ESPN)
• The Seattle Seahawks have released wide receiver Brandon Marshall. Marshall said he "absolutely" wants to keep playing. (Adam Schefter, ESPN)
• Multiple teams have reportedly reached out to the Buccaneers about wide receiver DeSean Jackson, but Tampa Bay is in "win now mode" and doesn't seem to be interested in trading him. (Jenna Laine, ESPN)
• The Packers are reportedly making running back Ty Montgomery available for trade ahead of the deadline. Montgomery has been the target of much scrutiny after he failed to take a knee in the endzone and then fumbled the kickoff during the team's game against the Rams last week. (Ian Rapoport, NFL.com)
• Golden Tate is starting to realize he's a Philadelphia Eagle.
• The Texans may not be done trading for wide receivers. Houston already acquired Demaryius Thomas, but Patriots' Phillip Dorsett might be another possible target. (Ian Rapoport, NFL.com)
•The Broncos could also trade a number of other players. Emmanuel Sanders was already a name in trade conversations, and linebacker Shane Ray is another to keep an eye out for. Ray is unlikely to return to Denver as a free agent next year, and many teams are currently looking for pass rushers. (Troy Renck, Denver7)
• Golden Tate is on the move. Detroit is trading Tate to the Philadelphia Eagles for a third-round pick. (Adam Schefter, ESPN)
It’s been real DETROIT! I’ll love ya forever. Philly Philly let’s get it!!— Golden Tate (@ShowtimeTate) October 30, 2018
Eagles quarterback Carson Wentz showed some excitement after the trade.
• In case there was any doubt, Steelers running back Le'Veon Bell won't be traded today. Bell can't be traded until he signs his franchise tender, which likely will not happen ahead of the 4 p.m. trade deadline. (Adam Schefter, ESPN)
• Demaryius Thomas is a Houston Texan. Denver traded the Pro-Bowl receiver and a seventh-round pick to the Texans for a fourth-round and seventh-round pick. (Ian Rapoport, NFL Network)
Broncos linebacker Von Miller had some feelings after the move.
• Another Broncos wide receiver who might be on the move is Emmanuel Sanders. With Thomas likely headed to Houston, it remains to be seen if Denver will still be willing to give Sanders up, but many teams are reportedly interested. The Saints and Patriots are two of those teams. (Jason La Canfora, CBS Sports)
• Patriots are reportedly still trying to land Browns linebacker Jamie Collins. (Jason La Canfora, CBS Sports)
• Jaguars defensive end Dante Fowler has drawn interest from several teams ahead of the trade deadline. Fowler was most recently linked to the Rams, but they reportedly are not the only team in pursuit of the former No. 3 overall pick. (Tom Pelissero, NFL.com)
• Golden Tate is apparently anxiously awaiting the 4 p.m. trade deadline.
The Lions are reportedly "not likely" to trade Tate unless the team is offered a mid-round draft pick, but that doesn't seem to be enough to settle Tate's nerves. (Tom Pelissero, NFL.com)
• The Philadelphia Eagles likely won't be a team whose name will be mentioned at the trade deadline. As willing as they are to make a move, the Eagles are not willing to part ways with a high draft pick, which would likely be the asking price for an impact player. (Jeff McLane, The Philadelphia Inquirer)
• Janoris Jenkins, when asked about the potential of him being traded at the deadline, said "Business is business. If they let me go, they let me go. If they keep me, they keep me. I play football to play football. I don't care." Jenkins has emerged as the player most likely to be dealt by the Giants, with the Chiefs and Steelers both potential destinations. (Dan Duggan, The Athletic)
• In other Giants news, safety Landon Collins, who was also rumored as a potential move at the trade deadline, said it was "very surprising" to hear he might be traded. Collins said he practiced today knowing it could be his last with the team. (Pat Leonard, New York Daily News)
• The Chiefs have some interest in Giants CB Janoris Jenkins. Kansas City is in win-now mode. With Eric Berry still on the sidelines, Jenkins might be a quick solution to an ailing secondary. (Paul Schwartz, New York Post.)
• Phillip Dorsett and Chris Hogan are two Patriots receivers that could be on the move. Earlier today, reports surfaced that New England could be looking to trade a receiver in addition to snagging one, and with the emergence of Josh Gordon, both receivers will be names to watch. (Michael Giardi, NFL.com)
• LeSean McCoy's name is in the trade rumor mill again after the Bills running back rushed for just 12 yards on 13 carries against the Patriots on Monday. "Who knows?" McCoy said when asked if he could be traded. For his part, McCoy said he was not looking to escape from Buffalo. (Kevin Patra, NFL.com)
• Sean McVay says the Rams are looking for an edge pass rusher. (Gary Klein, Los Angeles Times)
• The Patriots could be in the market for a wide receiver and they could also trade a receiver. (Ian Rapoport, NFL.com)
• The Raiders are shopping around pass rusher Bruce Irvin. (Ian Rapoport, NFL.com)
• Ha Ha Clinton-Dix could be traded from the Packers since he will be hitting free agency and will likely look for a big contract. (Ian Rapoport, NFL.com)
• If the Giants continue to trade away players, cornerback Janoris Jenkins could potentially be moved, but the team does not want to part ways with linebacker Olivier Vernon. (Ian Rapoport, NFL.com)
• Browns linebacker Jamie Collins could end up returning to the Patriots. (Ian Rapoport, NFL.com)
• The Patriots have reportedly inquired about Broncos receiver Demaryius Thomas and Lions receiver Golden Tate, according to NFL Network's Ian Rapoport.
• The Lions have reportedly fielded calls from teams interested in acquiring receiver Golden Tate, according to NFL Network's Tom Pelissero. It is "not likely" Detroit trades Tate, unless the club is "blown away" by an offer potentially including a mid-round draft pick, per Pelissero. Tate told reporters he doesn't believe he'll be traded and would be surprised if he was, according to the Detroit Free Press.
• The Raiders have reportedly made veteran pass rusher Bruce Irvin available for a late-round pick, according to NFL Network's Tom Pelissero. Per Pelissero, cornerback Rashaan Melvin is also available.