The trade that will send safety Su'a Cravens from the Washington Redskins to the Denver Broncos became official Thursday, when both teams announced the transaction.
In the trade, the Broncos received Cravens and a fourth- and fifth-round draft pick this year (Nos. 113 and 149).
In return, the Redskins received four draft picks -- a fourth-round pick (No. 109) and two fifth-round picks (Nos. 142 and 163) this year, and a conditional selection in the 2020 draft.
"The move to trade Su'a is good for both organizations," Redskins senior vice president of player personnel Doug Williams said in a statement. "We wish him well."
The trade comes four weeks after Washington coach Jay Gruden told reporters that Cravens would not be traded.
Cravens was cleared to resume football activities in late December after suffering from post-concussion syndrome. He was reinstated by the NFL on Feb. 14.