NEW YORK -- Time to draft and time to trade ... and trade ... and trade.
NFL teams were almost as busy dealing veterans as they were making draft picks Saturday. Jason Campbell, LenDale White, Kirk Morrison, Leon Washington and Bryant McFadden all changed teams on the final day of the draft.
With Donovan McNabb now in Washington, Campbell became expendable and was sent to Oakland for a fourth-round pick in 2012. Where that leaves JaMarcus Russell, the top overall pick of 2007 who has struggled with the Raiders, is anyone's guess.
The Tennessee Titans dealt White to Seattle, reuniting the running back with his college coach, Pete Carroll. Later, the Seahawks acquired another runner, versatile Leon Washington, from the Jets -- who also released standout guard Alan Faneca.
"Just a great one-two punch to add to our team," Carroll said of the new runners, both of whom come with question marks. "We're real excited about Leon Washington. Our guys loved him."
Washington missed half of 2009 with a severe leg injury. He recently re-signed with the Jets, for whom he has starred as a kick returner, runner and receiver.
The burly and bruising White helped Carroll win a national championship with the Trojans. But he lost his starting job to Chris Johnson.
Oakland also sent starting middle linebacker Morrison to Jacksonville as the bartering got heavy in Round 4.
Pittsburgh's fifth-round deal brought back McFadden, who won a Super Bowl with the Steelers in 2008. Arizona drafted quarterback John Skelton of Fordham with the pick it received in the trade.
The fourth round began with St. Louis further bolstering its anemic offense by taking wide receiver Mardy Gilyard.
When new Seahawks coach Carroll dealt for one of his mainstays at Southern California, getting White from the Titans for Seattle's fourth-rounder and sixth-rounder, Seattle also received defensive tackle Kevin Vickerson.
The only Rhodes scholar chosen came on the final spot in the sixth round when Tennessee chose Florida State safety Myron Rolle.
Wide receiver Tim Toone of Weber State was Mr. Irrelevant, the 255th and final pick.
Unchosen were Oregon running back LeGarrette Blount and quarterbacks Javon Snead of Mississippi and Max Hall of Brigham Young.