DENVER (AP) -- The Denver Broncos today traded up for the second straight draft to get the player the team had targeted.
The Broncos moved up four spots to select Florida defensive end Jarvis Moss with the 17th pick, which was acquired from the Jacksonville Jaguars.
The Broncos gave up their first-round pick (21st overall), a third-round pick (86th) and a sixth-round pick (198th) to move up.
Denver dealt first and third round picks to St. Louis last season in order to trade up to Number 11 and select quarterback Jay Cutler.
Denver used its second-round pick to take another defensive end -- Tim Crowder of Texas.
The Broncos chose Notre Dame offensive tackle Ryan Harris in the third round. Denver has sixth- and seventh-round picks remaining tomorrow.
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