With roster trimming starting around what is sure to be a hectic day around the NFL, teams have also continued making a number of trades, which is unusual for the NFL. The Seattle Seahawks made two trades yesterday as they swapped around cornerbacks. Meanwhile, the Denver Broncos moved on from Ty Sambrailo and the Kansas City Chiefs traded away David King.

Seattle Seahawks swap out backup cornerbacks

In their first move, the Seattle Seahawks sent a seventh-round pick they had acquired from the Philadelphia Eagles to the New England Patriots to acquire Justin Coleman.

The 24-year-old Coleman, who came into the league as a undrafted free agent, is entering his third season in the NFL, having mostly played on special teams or sub-packages on defense. In two seasons, Coleman played in 20 games and started three of them.

A few hours later ESPN's Brady Henderson said that a source had confirmed another Seahawks trade. This time they sent veteran Tramaine Brock to the Minnesota Vikings for a seventh-round pick. Seattle signed Brock about two weeks ago but they decided to stay with Jeremy Lane and rookie Shaq Griffin playing behind Pro Bowler Richard Sherman. The 29-year-old Brock is entering his seventh-season in the league, having previously played his entire career with the San Francisco 49ers.

Denver Broncos move on from Ty Sambrailo

The Denver Broncos have sent tackle Ty Sambrailo to the Atlanta Falcons in exchange for a fifth-round pick in a move first reported by ESPN's Jeff Legwold. Sambrailo was drafted by the Broncos in the second-round of the 2015 draft but has struggled with injuries and been disappointing when he has had to play.

In his two years with the team, he has only played in 13 games and started seven of them. By acquiring him the Falcons add some depth on their offensive line behind their starting tackles.

Kansas City Chiefs sent David King away

The Kansas City Chiefs have sent defensive lineman David King to the Tennessee Titans in exchange for a conditional seventh-round pick in next year's draft.

Interestingly enough, the deal came one day after the two teams had played each other in the final preseason game. Adding King gives the Titans depth on the defensive line and the Chiefs get something for a player they would have likely cut.

King was drafted in the seventh round by the Philadelphia Eagles but never played for the team since he never saw the field his rookie season. He has since spent the last three seasons with the Seahawks and Chiefs.