-verb (used without object)
1. To acquire far greater value in draft picks or player talent than one gives up in exchange for player talent or draft picks.
-verb (used with object)
2. To entice one to give up draft picks or player value in exchange for lesser value; to swindle one out of player talent or draft value.
3. The act of mayhewing or an instance of mayhewing in an NFL trade.
Mr. Jones was mayhewed by the Detroit Lions in the Roy Williams trade.
The Lions really pulled a mayhew when they acquired a 10-6 quality talented quarterback for a mere 7th round draft pick.