Denver jumped up to No. 11 in a trade with St. Louis during the first round of the NFL draft on Saturday.
In exchange for the No. 11 pick, the Rams got the No. 15 pick and a third-round pick, the 68th overall pick, from the Broncos.
St. Louis used the first of those picks for Clemson defensive back Tye Hill.
The Baltimore Ravens, unwilling to wait, traded up to No. 12 on Saturday.
With the pick formerly belonging to the Browns, the Ravens promptly took Oregon defensive tackle Haloti Ngata.
The Browns got the No. 13 pick and took Kamerion Wimbley, a defensive end from Florida State. They also got a sixth-round pick, 181 overall, in the deal.