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The NFL Made History With Crazy Moves In March

Tyreek Hill introduced as the newest member of the Dolphins.

MIAMI GARDENS, FLORIDA - MARCH 24: Tyreek Hill speaks with the media after being introduced by the Miami Dolphins at Baptist Health Training Complex on March 24, 2022 in Miami Gardens, Florida. (Photo by Mark Brown/Getty Images)

The 2022 NFL offseason is just starting to wind down, but what a March it was. There are some very big faces in new places. Including: star quarterbacks such as Russell Wilson and Deshaun Watson and top-tier wideouts like Davante Adams.

Per ESPN's Field Yates, with four days to go, this month is already the busiest month of the Common Draft era when it comes to trades involving first-round picks.

"Between the Deshaun Watson, Russell Wilson, Davante Adams and Tyreek Hill trades this month, 7 total first round picks were traded in the NFL," Yates tweeted. Noting, "That’s the most first round picks traded in a single month in the Common Draft era. A crazy March in the NFL."

This will certainly be an offseason football fans won't soon forget. With so much turnover, the NFL's offseason has become equally as entertaining as the actual football; akin to the NBA following LeBron James' "Decision." Even with all the moves this month has produced, there are still a ton of notable free agents on the market. Names that very well could end up in Canton one day. From Bobby Wagner and "The Honeybadger" Tyrann Mathieu, to Julio Jones and Rob Gronkowski.

Looks like we could be in store for an exciting April in the NFL as well.