Nicholas Loucks of ESPN Stats & Information has compiled a list of recent NFL trades in which players were traded for multiple first-round picks.
Draft-day trades since 1995:
In 2011, WR Julio Jones... To get the pick where he was chosen, the Falcons gave up an ’11 first-rounder (Jonathan Baldwin) and a ’12 first-rounder.
In 2003, the Saints acquired a 2003 first-round pick (Johnathan Sullivan), a 2003 second-round pick (Jonathan Stinchcomb) and a 2003 fourth-round (Montrae Holland) from the Cardinals for two 2003 first-rounders (Bryant Johnson, Calvin Pace) and a 2003 second-rounder (Anquan Boldin).
In 2002, to acquire Jon Gruden the Buccaneers sent the Raiders: 2002 first-round pick (No. 21 Daniel Graham), 2002 second-round pick (probably No. 53-Langston Walker), 2003 first-round pick (No. 32-Tyler Brayton), 2004 second-round pick (No. 45-Jake Grove), $8M cash.
In 1999, the Saints acquired the No. 5 overall pick (Ricky Williams) from the Redskins for: 1999 draft picks (Round 1, No. 12 Cade McNown; Round 3, No. 71 D'Wayne Bates; Round 4, No. 107 Nate Stimson; Round 5 No. 144 Khari Samuel; Round 6 No. 179 Desmond Clark; Round 7 No. 218 218 Billy Miller), 2000 first-round pick (No. 2 LaVar Arrington) and 2000 third-round pick (No. 64 Lloyd Harrison).
In 1998, the Panthers had to send a 1999 first-rounder (No. 5 Ricky Williams) and a 2000 first-rounder (No. 12 Shaun Ellis) to the Redskins as compensation for franchise free-agent Sean Gilbert.
In 1998, to draft Ryan Leaf No. 2 overall in 1998, the Chargers sent to the Cardinals Eric Metcalf, Patrick Sapp, a 1998 first-round pick (No. 3 Andre Wadsworth), a 1998 second-round pick (No. 33 Corey Chavous), a 1999 first-round pick (No. 8 David Boston).
In 1995, to get the pick to draft JJ Stokes 10th overall in 1995, the 49ers sent to the Browns 1995 first-round pick (No. 30 Craig Powell), 1995 third-round pick (No. 94 Mike Frederick), 1995 fourth-round pick (No. 119 Dave Barr), 1996 first-round pick (No. 26 Ray Lewis).
Veteran players since 1994:
Denver traded Jay Cutler (along with a 2009 fifth-round pick, Johnny Knox) to Chicago for Kyle Orton, a 2009 first-round pick (No. 18 Robert Ayers), a 2009 third-round pick (No. 84 Mike Wallace), 2010 first round pick (No. 11 Anthony Davis).
Indianapolis traded Jeff George to Atlanta for a 1994 first-round pick (No. 7 Bryant Young), a 1994 third-round pick (No. 83 James Bostic), a 1996 second-round pick/first-rounder if George plays 75 percent of snaps in nine victories in 1995 (No. 19 Marvin Harrison).