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Rounds 4-7: Trade Highlights Day Three
The final day of the NFL Draft is here, with four rounds remaining and a number of possible trades floating around. The Seahawks have earned headlines by grabbing running back LenDale White from the Titans in a deal that reunites the former USC runner with former head coach Pete Carroll. Washington also caused a stir by trading quarterback Jason Campbell to Oakland for a fourth-round pick in 2012. Click here to join the discussion on our NFL Draft forum. Click here to view reactions from around the league following the first round. Click here to view a recap of Round One. Click here to view a recap of Rounds Two & Three. Round Four 1 (99). St Louis: Mardy Gilyard, WR, Cincinnati 2 (100). Minnesota (from Detroit): Everson Griffen, DE, USC 3 (101). Tampa Bay: Mike Williams, WR, Syracuse 4 (102). Houston (from Kansas City): Darryl Sharpton, LB, Miami (FL) 5 (103). Washington: Perry Riley, LB, LSU 6 (104). Tennessee (from Seattle): Alterraun Verner, CB, UCLA 7 (105). Philadelphia (from Cleveland): Trevard Lindley, CB, Kentucky 8 (106). Oakland: Bruce Campbell, OT, Maryland 9 (107). Buffalo: Marcus Easley, WR, Connecticut 10 (108). Oakland (from Jacksonville): Jacoby Ford, WR, Clemson 11 (109). Chicago: Corey Wootton, DE, Northwestern 12 (110). San Diego (from Miami): Darrell Stuckey, S, Kansas 13 (111). Seattle (from Tennessee): Walter Thurmond III, CB, Oregon 14 (112). New York Jets (from Carolina): Joe McKnight, RB, USC 15 (113). New England Patriots (from San Francisco via Denver): Aaron Hernandez, TE, Florida 16 (114). Baltimore (from Denver): Dennis Pitta, TE, BYU 17 (115). New York Giants: Phillip Dillard, LB, Nebraska 18 (116). Pittsburgh: Thad Gibson, OLB, Ohio State 19 (117). Atlanta: Joe Hawley, C, UNLV 20 (118). Houston: Garrett Graham, TE, Wisconsin 21 (119). Miami (from New England via Dallas): A.J. Edds, LB, Iowa 22 (120). Cincinnati: Geno Atkins, DT, Georgia 23 (121). Philadelphia: Keenan Clayton, LB, Oklahoma 24 (122). Philadelphia (from Green Bay): Mike Kafka, QB, Northwestern 25 (123). New Orleans (from Baltimore via Arizona): Al Woods, DT, LSU 26 (124). Carolina (from Arizona via New York Jets): Eric Norwood, LB, South Carolina 27 (125). Philadelphia (from Dallas): Clay Harbor, TE, Missouri State 28 (126). Dallas (from San Diego via Miami): Akwasi Owusu-Ansah, CB, Indiana (PA) 29 (127). Seattle (from New York Jets via Philadelphia): E.J. Wilson, DE, North Carolina 30 (128). Detroit (from Minnesota): Jason Fox, T, Miami (FL) 31 (129). Indianapolis: Jacques McClendon, G, Tennessee 32 (130). Arizona (from New Orleans): O'Brien Schofield, DE, Wisconsin 33 (131). Cincinnati (Compensatory): Roddick Muckelroy, LB, Texas Round Five 1 (132). St. Louis: Michael Hoomanawanui, TE, Illinois 2 (133). Seattle (from Detroit): Kam Chancellor, S, Virginia Tech 3 (134). Philadelphia (from Tampa Bay via Cleveland): Ricky Sapp, OLB, Clemson 4 (135). Atlanta (from Washington via St. Louis): Dominique Franks, DB, Oklahoma 5 (136). Kansas City: Kendrick Lewis, DB, Mississippi 6 (137). Denver (from Cleveland via Philadelphia): Perrish Cox, CB, Oklahoma State 7 (138). Oakland: Walt McFadden, DB, Auburn 8 (139). New York Jets (from Seattle): John Conner, FB, Kentucky 9 (140). Buffalo: Ed Wang, T, Virginia Tech 10 (141). Chicago: Joshua Moore, DB, Kansas State 11 (142). Kansas City (from Miami): Cameron Sheffield, DE, Troy 12 (143). Jacksonville: Larry Hart, DE, Central Arkansas 13 (144). Houston (from Carolina via Kansas City): Sherrick McManis, CB, Northwestern 14 (145). Miami (from San Francisco): Nolan Carroll, DB, Maryland 15 (146). San Diego (from Denver via Detroit through Cleveland): Cam Thomas, DT, North Carolina 16 (147). New York Giants: Mitch Petrus, G, Arkansas 17 (148). Tennessee: Robert Johnson, FS, Utah 18 (149). St. Louis (from Atlanta): Hall Davis, DE, Louisiana-Lafayette 19 (150). New England (from Houston): Zoltan Mesko, P, Michigan 20 (151). Pittsburgh: Chris Scott, T, Tennessee 21 (152). Cincinnati: Otis Hudson, G, Eastern Illinois 22 (153). Jacksonville (from New England via Tampa Bay through Oakland): Austen Lane, DE, Murray State 23 (154). Green Bay: Andrew Quarless, TE, Penn State 24 (155). Arizona (from Philadelphia via New York Jets): John Skelton, QB, Fordham 25 (156). Baltimore: David Reed, WR, Utah 26 (157). Baltimore (from Arizona): Arthur Jones, DT, Syracuse 27 (158). New Orleans (from Jacksonville): Matt Tennant, C, Boston College 28 (159). Philadelphia (from San Diego): Riley Cooper, WR, Florida 29 (160). Cleveland (from New York Jets): Larry Asante, S, Nebraska 30 (161). Minnesota: Chris DeGeare, G, Wake Forest 31 (162). Indianapolis: Brody Eldridge, TE, Oklahoma 32 (163). Miami (from New Orleans via Philadelphia through St. Louis and Washington): Reshad Jones, S, Georgia 33 (164). Pittsburgh (compensatory): Crezdon Butler, CB, Clemson 34 (165). Atlanta (compensatory): Kerry Meier, WR, Kansas 35 (166). Pittsburgh (compensatory): Stevenson Sylvester, LB, Utah 36 (167). Minnesota (compensatory): Nate Triplett, LB, Minnesota 37 (168). San Diego (compensatory): Jonathan Crompton, QB, Tennessee 38 (169). Green Bay (compensatory): Marshall Newhouse, T, TCU Round Six 1 (170). St. Louis: Fendi Onobun, TE, Houston 2 (171). Atlanta (from Detroit): Shann Schillinger, DB, Montana 3 (172). Tampa Bay: Brent Bowden, P, Virginia Teh 4 (173). San Francisco (from Kansas City via Miami through San Diego) Anthony Dixon, RB, Mississippi State 5 (174). Washington (from Miami): Dennis Morris, TE, Louisiana Tech 6 (175). Carolina (from Oakland): Greg Hardy, DE, Mississippi 7 (176). Tennessee (from Seattle): Rusty Smith, QB, Florida Atlantic 8 (177). Cleveland: Carlton Mitchell, WR, South Florida 9 (178). Buffalo: Arthur Moats, LB, James Madison 10 (179). Dallas (from Miami): Sam Young, T, Notre Dame 11 (180). Jacksonville: Deji Karim, RB, Southern Illinois 12 (181). Chicago: Dan LeFevor, QB, Central Michigan 13 (182). San Francisco: Nate Byham, TE, Pittsburgh 14 (183). Denver: Eric Olsen, G, Notre Dame 15 (184). New York Giants: Adrian Tracy, LB, William & Mary 16 (185). Seattle (from Tennessee): Anthony McCoy, TE, USC 17 (186). Cleveland (from Carolina): Clifton Geathers, DE, South Carolina 18 (187). Houston: Shelley Smith, OL, Colorado St. 19 (188). Pittsburgh: Jonathan Dwyer, RB, Georgia Tech 20 (189). St Louis (from Atlanta): Eugene Sims, DE, West Texas A&M 21 (190). Oakland: Travis Goethel, LB, Arizona State 22 (191). Cincinnati: Dezmon Briscoe, WR, Kansas 23 (192). Buffalo (from Philadelphia): Danny Batten, LB, South Dakota State 24 (193). Green Bay: James Starks, RB, Buffalo 25 (194). Baltimore: Ramon Harewood, T, Morehouse 26 (195). Pittsburgh: Antonio Brown, WR, Central Michigan 27 (196). Dallas: Jamar Wall, CB, Texas Tech 28 (197). Houston (from San Diego): Trindon Holliday, WR, LSU 29 (198). Carolina (from New York Jets): David Gettis, WR, Baylor 30 (199). Minnesota: Joe Webb, QB, UAB 31 (200). Philadelphia (from Indianapolis): Charles Scott, RB, LSU 32 (201). Arizona (from New Orleans): Jorrick Calvin, DB, Troy 33 (202). Carolina (compensatory): Jordan Pugh, DB, Texas A&M 34 (203). Jacksonville (compensatory): Scotty McGee, DB James Madison 35 (204). Carolina (compensatory): Tony Pike, QB, Cincinnati 36 (205). New England (compensatory): Ted Larsen, C, North Carolina State 37 (206). San Francisco (compensatory): Kyle Williams, WR, Arizona State 38 (207). Tennessee (compensatory): Myron Rolle, S, Florida St. Round Seven 1 (208). New England (from St. Louis via Washington): Thomas Welch, T, Vanderbilt 2 (209). Buffalo (from Detroit): Levi Brown, QB, Troy 3 (210). Tampa Bay: Cody Grimm, LB, Virginia Tech 4 (211). St. Louis (from Washington): Marquis Johnson, DB, Alabama 5 (212). Miami (from Kansas City): Chris McCoy, DL, Middle Tennessee State 6 (213). Detroit (from Seattle): Willie Young, DE, North Carolina State 7 (214). Minnesota (from Cleveland via Detroit): Mickey Shuler, TE, Penn State 8 (215). Oakland: Jeremy Ware, DB, Michigan State 9 (216). Buffalo: Kyle Calloway, OL, Iowa 10 (217). Tampa Bay (from Jacksonville): Dekoda Watson, LB, Florida State 11 (218). Chicago: J'Marcus Webb, T, West Texas A&M 12 (219). Washington (from Miami): Terrence Austin, WR, UCLA 13 (220). Philadelphia (from Denver via Detroit): Jamar Chaney, LB, Mississippi State 14 (221). New York Giants: Matt Dodge, P, East Carolina 15 (222). Tennessee: Marc Mariani, WR, Montana 16 (223). Carolina: R.J. Stanford, DB, Utah 17 (224). San Francisco: Phillip Adams, DB, South Carolina State 18 (225). Denver (from Pittsburgh via Tampa Bay): Syd'Quan Thompson, CB, California 19 (226). St. Louis (from Atlanta): George Selvie, OLB, South Florida 20 (227). Houston: Dorin Dickerson, TE, Pittsburgh 21 (228). Cincinnati: Reggie Stephens, OL, Iowa State 22 (229). Washington (from New England): Erik Cook, C, New Mexico 23 (230). Green Bay: C.J. Wilson, DL, East Carolina 24 (231). Washington (from Philadelphia via Denver through New England): Selvish Capers, OL, West Virginia 25 (232). Denver (from Baltimore via Tampa Bay): Jammie Kirlew, DE, Indiana 26 (233). Arizona: Jim Dray, TE, Stanford 27 (234). Dallas: Sean Lissemore, DT, William & Mary 28 (235). San Diego: Dedrick Epps, TE, Miami (FL) 29 (236). Seattle (from New York Jets): Dexter Davis, DE, Arizona State 30 (237). Minnesota: Ryan D'Imperio, LB, Rutgers 31 (238). Indianapolis: Ricardo Mathews, DL, Cincinnati 32 (239). New Orleans: Sean Canfield, QB, Oregon State 33 (240). Indianapolis (compensatory): Kavell Connor, LB, Clemson 34 (241). Tennessee (compensatory): David Howard, DT, Brown 35 (242). Pittsburgh (compensatory): Doug Worthington, DT, Ohio State 36 (243). Philadelphia (compensatory): Jeff Owens, DT, Georgia 37 (244). Philadelphia (compensatory): Kurt Coleman, S, Ohio State 38 (245). Seattle (compensatory): Jameson Konz, WR, Kent State 39 (246). Indianapolis (compensatory): Ray Fisher, CB, Indiana 40 (247). New England (compensatory): Brandon Deaderick, DL, Alabama 41 (248). New England (compensatory): Kade Weston, DT, Georgia 42 (249). Carolina (compensatory): Robert McClain, CB, Connecticut 43 (250). New England (compensatory): Zac Robinson, QB, Oklahoma State 44 (251). Oakland (compensatory): Stevie Brown, LB, Michigan 45 (252). Miami (compensatory): Austin Spitler, LB, Ohio State 46 (253). Tampa Bay (compensatory): Erik Long, DE, Stanford 47 (254). St. Louis (compensatory): Josh Hull, LB, Penn State 48 (255). Detroit (compensatory): Tim Toone, WR, Weber State
Round 2 & 3: Clausen To Panthers, McCoy To Browns
The first round of the NFL Draft was broadcast in prime time on Thursday night for the first time to rousing success. Sam Bradford, Ndanukong Suh and Gerald McCoy went one, two, three to the Rams, Lions and Buccaneers, respectively, but a number of big names (including Jimmy Clausen and Sergio Kindle) remain on the board heading into the second day of the process. Click here to join the discussion on our NFL Draft forum. Click here to view reactions from around the league following the first round. Click here to view a recap of Round One. We'll also compare the actual outcome to what slot RealGM's Jeff Risdon thought each player would go (in parenthesis). Second Round 1 (33). St. Louis: Roger Saffold, OT, Indiana 2 (34). Minnesota (from Detroit): Chris Cook, CB, Virginia 3 (35). Tampa Bay: Brian Price, DT, UCLA 4 (36). Kansas City: Dexter McCluster, RB, Ole Miss 5 (37). Philadelphia (from Washington): Nate Allen, DB, South Florida 6 (38). Cleveland: T.J. Ward, S, Oregon 7 (39). Tampa Bay (from Oakland): Arrelious Benn, WR, Illinois 8 (40). Miami: Koa Misi, OLB, Utah 9 (41). Buffalo: Torrell Troup, DT, UCF 10 (42). New England (from Chicago via Tampa Bay and Oakland): Rob Gronkowski, TE, Arizona 11 (43). Baltimore (from Miami via Denver): Sergio Kindle, LB, Texas 12 (44). Oakland (from Jacksonville via Jacksonville): Lamarr Houston, DT, Texas 13 (45). Denver: Zane Beadles, G, Utah 14 (46). NY Giants: Linval Joseph, DT, East Carolina 15 (47). Arizona (from Tennessee via New England): Daryl Washington, OLB, TCU 16 (48). Carolina: Jimmy Clausen, QB, Notre Dame 17 (49). San Francisco: Taylor Mays, S, USC 18 (50). Kansas City: (from Atlanta): Javier Arenas, CB, Alabama 19 (51). Minnesota (from Houston): Toby Gerhart, RB, Stanford 20 (52). Pittsburgh: Jason Worilds, OLB, Virginia Tech 21 (53). New England: Jermaine Cunningham, LB, Florida 22 (54). Cincinnati: Carlos Dunlap, DE, Florida 23 (55). Dallas (from Philadelphia): Sean Lee, LB, Penn State 24 (56). Green Bay: Mike Neal, DT, Purdue 25 (57). Baltimore: Terrence Cody, DT, Alabama 26 (58). Houston (from Arizona and New England): Ben Tate, RB, Auburn 27 (59). Cleveland (from Dallas via Philadelphia): Montario Hardesty, RB, Tennessee 28 (60). Seattle (from San Diego): Golden Tate, WR, Notre Dame 29 (61). NY Jets: Vladimir DuCasse, OT, UMass 30 (62). New England (from Minnesota via Houston): Brandon Spikes, LB, Florida 31 (63). Indianapolis: Pat Angerer, LB, Iowa 32 (64). New Orleans: Charles Brown, OT, USC Third Round 1 (65). St. Louis: Jerome Murphy, CB, South Florida 2 (66). Detroit: Amari Spievey, CB, Iowa 3 (67). Tampa Bay: Myron Lewis, CB, Vanderbilt 4 (68). Kansas City: Jon Asamoah, OG, Illinois 5 (69). Oakland: Jared Veldheer, OT, Hillsdale 6 (70). Baltimore (from Seattle via Philadelphia and Denver): Ed Dickson, TE, Oregon 7 (71). Green Bay (from Cleveland): Morgan Burnett, S, Georgia Tech 8 (72). Buffalo: Alex Carrington, DE, Arkansas St. 9 (73). Miami: John Jerry, OL, Mississippi 10 (74). Jacksonville: D'Anthony Smith, DT, Louisiana Tech 11 (75). Chicago: Major Wright, S, Florida 12 (76). New York Giants: Chad Jones, S, LSU 13 (77). Tennessee: Damian Williams, WR, USC 14 (78). Carolina: Brandon LaFell, WR, LSU 15 (79). San Francisco: Donald Butler, LB, Washington 16 (80). Denver: J.D. Walton, C, Baylor 17 (81). Houston: Earl Mitchell, DT, Arizona 18 (82). Pittsburgh: Emmanuel Sanders, WR, SMU 19 (83). Atlanta: Corey Peters, DT, Kentucky 20 (84). Cincinnati: Jordan Shipley, WR, Texas 21 (85). Cleveland (from New England via Oakland): Colt McCoy, QB, Texas 22 (86). Philadelphia (from Green Bay): Daniel Te'o-Nesheim 23 (87). Denver (from Philadelphia): Eric Decker, WR, Minnesota 24 (88). Arizona (from Baltimore): Andre Roberts, WR, Citadel 25 (89). Carolina (from New England via Arizona): Armanti Edwards, QB, Appalachian State 26 (90). New England (from Dallas): Taylor Price, WR, Ohio 27 (91). San Francisco (from San Diego): Navorro Bowman, LB, Penn State 28 (92). Cleveland (from Jets): Shawn Lauvao, G, Arizona St. 29 (93). Kansas City (from Minnesota): Tony Moeaki, TE, Iowa 30 (94). Indianapolis: Kevin Thomas, CB, USC 31 (95). New Orleans: Jimmy Graham, TE, Miami (FL) 32 (96). Cincinnati (Compensatory Pick): Brandon Ghee, CB, Wake Forest 33 (97). Tennessee (Compensatory Pick): Rennie Curran, LB, Georgia 34 (98). Atlanta (Compensatory Pick): Mike Johnson, OL, Alabama
Rams Open To Dealing 33rd Pick
The Rams are open to trading the first pick of the second round of the NFL Draft, which will resume on Friday night. "We just have to figure out ... keep the pick, or if it's an option, we'll see whether to trade the pick," St. Louis general manager Billy Devaney said. "And then how far, how deep we want to go back" in the draft if they deal the spot. St. Louis is on the clock with the No. 33 overall pick. "Let's face it: There's a lot more interest generated in 24 hours than when you have 15 minutes," coach Steve Spagnuolo said.
NFL Draft, Round 1: Picks And Deals
The Super Bowl was more than three months ago and it involved only two of the NFL's 32 teams. When it comes to the NFL Draft, there's fun for every fan no matter which team you root for on Sundays. Stay tuned to RealGM throughout the night as we track the action in New York City and provide up-to-the-minute updates on possible trades and shakeups. Click here to join the discussion on our NFL Draft forum. We'll also compare the actual outcome to what slot RealGM's Jeff Risdon thought each player would go (in parenthesis). The First Round 1. St. Louis: Sam Bradford, QB, Oklahoma (1) 2. Detroit: Ndanukong Suh, DT, Nebraska (2) 3. Tampa Bay: Gerald McCoy, DT, Oklahoma (3) 4. Washington: Trent Williams, OT, Oklahoma (6) 5. Kansas City: Eric Berry, S, Tennessee (7) 6. Seattle: Russell Okung, OT, Oklahoma State (4) 7. Cleveland: Joe Haden, CB, Florida (13) 8. Oakland: Rolando McClain, LB, Alabama (11) 9. Buffalo: C.J. Spiller, RB, Clemson (12) 10. Jacksonville: Tyson Alualu, DT, California (44) 11. San Francisco (from Denver via Chicago): Anthony Davis, OT, Rutgers (8) 12. San Diego (from Miami): Ryan Mathews, RB, Fresno State (38) 13. Philadelphia (from Denver via San Francisco): Brandon Graham, DE, Michigan (19) 14. Seattle (from Denver): Earl Thomas, S, Texas (15) 15. New York Giants: Jason Pierre-Paul, DE, South Florida (10) 16. Tennessee: Derrick Morgan, DE, Georgia Tech (16) 17. San Francisco (from Carolina): Mike Iupati, OG, Idaho (27) 18. Pittsburgh: Maurkice Pouncey, C, Florida (18) 19. Atlanta: Sean Weatherspoon, LB, Missouri (32) 20. Houston: Kareem Jackson, DB, Alabama (34) 21. Cincinnati: Jermaine Gresham, TE, Oklahoma (33) 22. New England: Demaryious Thomas, WR, Georgia Tech (35) 23. Green Bay: Bryan Bulaga, OT, Iowa (5) 24. Dallas (from New England via Denver via Philadelphia): Dez Bryant, WR, Oklahoma State (21) 25. Denver (from Baltimore): Tim Tebow, QB, Florida (30) 26. Arizona: Dan Williams, DT, Tennessee (17) 27. New England (from Dallas): Devin McCourty, CB, Rutgers (29) 28. Miami (from San Diego): Jared Odrick, DT, Penn State (22) 29. New York Jets: Kyle Wilson, DB, Boise State (20) 30. Detroit (from Minnesota): Jahvid Best, RB, California (49) 31. Indianapolis: Jerry Hughes, DE, TCU (14) 32. New Orleans: Patrick Robinson, CB, Florida State (37) TradesNFL Draft Day Greats In Attendance: Drew Brees, Jim Brown, Floyd Little, Dan Marino, Joe Mantana, Walton Payton (represented by son and daughter), John Randle, Jerry Rice, Barry Sanders, Deion Sanders, Lawrence Taylor, Rod Woodson Draft Prospects In Attendance: Eric Berry, Jahvid Best, Sam Bradford, Bryan Bulaga, Brandon Ghee, Rob Gronkowski, Joe Haden, Lamarr Houston, Gerald McCoy, Derrick Morgan, Jared Odrick, Russell Okung, C.J. Spiller, Ndamukong Suh, Demaryius Thomas, Dan Williams, Trent Williams
Final 2010 NFL Mock Draft
The final mock draft of the year is sort of like graduating from college. All the hard work, research, and effort, it all comes to fruition in one grand finale. As a history major, our senior thesis consumed eight months of constant tinkering, endless research, and major overhauls upon new-found intelligence...just like these forecasts. Some general notes here: --I expect a great deal of trade activity, particularly in the 16-40 range. I outlined some of those predictions here earlier this week. --There are always surprises, and I believe the biggest will be the Redskins not taking Russell Okung at #4. Now is that Trent Williams pick going to the Redskins...? --It is my intent to forecast the player and the slot; the team is often incidental, especially in the range above and at the top 5 picks of every round. I know that?s not what many of you are looking for, and it might make for some weird looking fits. Try to keep that in mind when I have a team taking a player where they are already stacked. --My friendly reminder that this is my best educated guess as to what will happen. Please do not mistake it for what picks I would make in the same situations. Some would be the same, some would be vastly divergent. --My honest goal here is to get at least 100 of the payers within 5 spots of their actual draft slot, with the goal being 28 players in the first round within 2 slots. You want 100% accuracy in a mock draft, go build yourself a time machine, smart guy... --I will be on the RealGM.com NFL Draft message board in the hours after each day completes to provide off-the-cuff analysis and opinions on picks and answering questions. If you?re not a registered user and don?t want to become one, you can send me questions at Jeff.Risdon@RealGM.com and I?ll post them anonymously. That?s for you, Kris! Round 1 1. St. Louis Rams: Sam Bradford, QB, Oklahoma 2. Detroit Lions: Ndamukong Suh, DT, Nebraska 3. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Gerald McCoy, DT, Oklahoma 4. Washington Redskins: Russell Okung, T, Oklahoma State 5. Kansas City Chiefs: Bryan Bulaga, T, Iowa 6. Seattle Seahawks: Trent Williams, T, Oklahoma 7. Cleveland Browns: Eric Berry, S, Tennessee 8. Oakland Raiders: Anthony Davis, T, Rutgers 9. Buffalo Bills: Jimmy Clausen, QB, Notre Dame 10. Jacksonville Jaguars: Jason Pierre-Paul, DE, South Florida 11. Denver Broncos (from CHI): Rolando McClain, LB, Alabama 12. Miami Dolphins: C.J. Spiller, RB, Clemson 13. San Francisco 49ers: Joe Haden, CB, Florida 14. Seattle Seahawks (from DEN): Jerry Hughes, LB, TCU 15. New York Giants: Earl Thomas, S, Texas 16. Tennessee Titans: Derrick Morgan, DE, Georgia Tech 17. San Francisco 49ers (from CAR): Dan Williams, DT, Tennessee 18. Pittsburgh Steelers: Maurkice Pouncey, C, Florida 19. Atlanta Falcons: Brandon Graham, DE, Michigan 20. Houston Texans: Kyle Wilson, CB, Boise State 21. Cincinnati Bengals: Dez Bryant, WR, Oklahoma State 22. New England Patriots: Jared Odrick, DL, Penn State 23. Green Bay Packers: Taylor Mays, S, USC 24. Philadelphia Eagles: Brian Price, DT, UCLA 25. Baltimore Ravens: Sergio Kindle, LB, Texas 26. Arizona Cardinals: Colt McCoy, QB, Texas 27. Dallas Cowboys: Mike Iupati, G, Idaho 28. San Diego Chargers: Vlad Ducasse, G/T, UMass 29. New York Jets: Devin McCourty, CB, Rutgers 30. Minnesota Vikings: Tim Tebow, QB, Florida 31. Indianapolis Colts: Rodger Saffold, G/T, Indiana 32. New Orleans Saints: Sean Weatherspoon, LB, Missouri Round 2 33. St. Louis Rams: Jermaine Gresham, TE, Oklahoma 34. Detroit Lions: Kareem Jackson, CB, Alabama 35. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Demaryius Thomas, WR, Georgia Tech 36. Kansas City Chiefs: Chris Cook, CB, Virginia 37. Philadelphia Eagles (from WAS): Patrick Robinson, CB, Florida State 38. San Diego Chargers (from SEA): Ryan Mathews, RB, Fresno State 39. Cleveland Browns: John Jerry, G/T, Ole Miss 40. Oakland Raiders: Carlos Dunlap, DE, Florida 41. Buffalo Bills: Charles Brown, T, USC 42. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (from CHI): Morgan Burnett, S, Georgia Tech 43. Miami Dolphins: Terrence Cody, NT, North Carolina 44. New England Patriots (from JAX): Tyson Alualu, DL, California 45. Miami Dolphins: Arrelious Benn, WR, Illinois 46. New York Giants: Everson Griffen, DE, USC 47. New England Patriots (from TEN): Linval Joseph, DT, East Carolina 48. Carolina Panthers: Rob Gronkowski, TE, Arizona 49. San Francisco 49ers: Jahvid Best, RB, California 50. Kansas City Chiefs (from ATL): Thaddeus Gibson, DE/OLB, Ohio State 51. Houston Texans: Dexter McCluster, WR/RB, Ole Miss 52. Pittsburgh Steelers: D?Anthony Smith, DT, Louisiana Tech 53. Cincinnati Bengals: Aaron Hernandez, TE, Florida 54. New England Patriots: Sean Lee, LB, Penn State 55. Green Bay Packers: Akwasi Owusu-Ansah, CB, IUP 56. Philadelphia Eagles: Brandon Ghee, CB, Wake Forest 57. Baltimore Ravens: Golden Tate, WR, Notre Dame 58. Arizona Cardinals: Eric Norwood, LB, South Carolina 59. Dallas Cowboys: Bruce Campbell, T, Maryland 60. Seattle Seahawks (from SD): Toby Gerhart, RB, Stanford 61. New York Jets: Jason Worilds, OLB/DE, Virginia Tech 62. Minnesota Vikings: Ricky Sapp, LB, Clemson 63. Indianapolis Colts: Daryl Washington, LB, TCU 64. New Orleans Saints: Tony Moeaki, TE, Iowa Round 3 65. St. Louis Rams: Damian Williams, WR, USC 66. Detroit Lions: Koa Misi, LB, Utah 67. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Dominique Franks, CB, Oklahoma 68. Kansas City Chiefs: Carlton Mitchell, WR, South Florida 69. Washington Redskins--used in supplemental draft 70. Oakland Raiders: Austen Lane, DE, Murray State 71. Philadelphia Eagles (from SEA): Lamarr Houston, DT, Texas 72. Cleveland Browns: Torrell Troup, DT, Central Florida 73. Buffalo Bills: Corey Wootton, DE, Northwestern 74. Miami Dolphins: Eric Decker, WR, Minnesota 75. Jacksonville Jaguars: Jermaine Cunningham, LB, Florida 76. Chicago Bears: Kyle Calloway, T, Iowa 77. New York Giants: Jon Asamoah, G, Illinois 78. Tennessee Titans: Dennis Pitta, TE, BYU 79. Carolina Panthers: Cam Thomas, DT, North Carolina 80. San Francisco 49ers: Navorro Bowman, LB, Penn State 81. Denver Broncos: Matt Tennant, C, Boston College 82. Houston Texans: Perrish Cox, CB/RS, Oklahoma State 83. Pittsburgh Steelers: Levi Brown, QB, Troy 84. Atlanta Falcons: Taylor Price, WR, Ohio 85. Cincinnati Bengals: Jimmy Graham, TE, Miami FL 86. Oakland Raiders (from NE): Mardy Gilyard, WR/RS, Cincinnati 87. Green Bay Packers: Selvish Capers, T, West Virginia 88. Philadelphia Eagles: Joe McKnight, RB, USC 89. Arizona Cardinals (from BAL): Jeremy Williams, WR, Tulane 90. Arizona Cardinals: Jared Veldheer, T, Hillsdale 91. San Diego Chargers: Jerome Murphy, CB, South Florida 92. Dallas Cowboys: Ed Wang, T, Virginia Tech 93. Cleveland Browns (from NYJ): Ed Dickson, TE, Oregon 94. Minnesota Vikings: Daniel Teo?Nesheim, DE, Washington State 95. Indianapolis Colts: Corey Peters, DT, Kentucky 96. New Orleans Saints: Tony Pike, QB, Cincinnati 97. Cincinnati Bengals: Montario Hardesty, RB, Tennessee 98. Tennessee Titans: Zane Beadles, G, Utah 99. Atlanta Falcons: T.J. Ward, S, Oregon Round 4 100. St. Louis Rams: Myron Lewis, CB/S, Vanderbilt 101. Detroit Lions: Ben Tate, RB, Auburn 102. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Rennie Curran, LB, Georgia 103. Kansas City Chiefs: Walter Thurmond, CB, Oregon 104. Washington Redskins: Chad Jones, S, LSU 105. Seattle Seahawks: A.J. Jefferson, CB, Fresno State 106. Cleveland Browns: Al Woods, DT, LSU 107. Oakland Raiders: John Skelton, QB, Fordham 108. Buffalo Bills: Jonathan Dwyer, RB, Georgia Tech 109. Jacksonville Jaguars: Geno Atkins, DT, Georgia 110. Chicago Bears: Arthur Jones, DT, Syracuse 111. Miami Dolphins: Jacoby Ford, WR/RS, Clemson 112. Tennessee Titans: Tony Washington, T, Abilene Christian 113. Carolina Panthers: Alex Carrington, DE, Arkansas State 114. San Francisco 49ers: Myron Rolle, S, Florida State 115. Denver Broncos: Emmanuel Sanders, WR, SMU 116. New York Giants: Major Wright, S, Florida 117. Pittsburgh Steelers: Sherrick McManis, CB, Northwestern 118. Atlanta Falcons: Mike Johnson, G, Alabama 119. Houston Texans: Devin Ross, CB, Arizona 120. New England Patriots: Jevan Snead, QB, Ole Miss 121. Cincinnati Bengals: Joshua Moore, CB/S, Kansas State 122. Philadelphia Eagles: Mike Kafka, QB, Northwestern 123. Green Bay Packers: Robert Johnson, S, Utah 124. New York Jets (from BAL and ARI): Hall Davis, DE, Louisiana Lafayette 125. Arizona Cardinals: Jeff Byers, G/C, USC 126. Dallas Cowboys: Jeromy Miles, S, UMass 127. San Diego Chargers: Mitch Petrus, G, Arkansas 128. Seattle Seahawks (from NYJ via PHI): Fendi Onubun, TE, Houston 129. Minnesota Vikings: Andre Roberts, WR, The Citadel 130. Indianapolis Colts: Arthur Moats, DE/LB, James Madison 131. New Orleans Saints: Chris Campbell, T, Eastern Illinois 132. Cincinnati Bengals: Mike Williams, WR, Syracuse
2010 NFL Draft, Wide Receiver Big Board
Updated 4/20 1. Dez Bryant, Oklahoma State. 6?2?, 224 pounds, 4.50 40. Summary: Excellent size/speed/strength ratio, has all the physical attributes anyone could want in designing a wide receiver. Has sudden speed (faster than his above time) with surprising burst and changes gears quickly and seamlessly, though he cannot sustain top speed long. Great hands, can make the tough catch in traffic and has a massive catch radius. Reads coverage and adjusts routes nicely. Finds holes and presents himself as a target very well. Can be physical at times but is inconsistent with his shoulders and hands. Good effort blocker with nice strength. Has major baggage--missed almost the entire 2009 season with a suspension for illegal contact with Deion Sanders. Has proven aloof, cocky, and immature time and again. Didn?t consistently play to the high level expected of him. NFL Comparison: Terrell Owens, Brandon Marshall. Forecast: No question he is the top WR talent in this class in terms of on-field potential, but his cavalier attitude and baggage extract a high toll. Top-five talent that will probably fall to at least the late teens, if not out of the 1st round entirely. Caveat draftor. 2. Demaryius Thomas, Georgia Tech. 6?3?, 224 pounds, 4.52 40. Summary: Very big, physical receiver from a triple option run offense, which is about as divergent from an NFL offense as you can get. Long strider with better long speed than short area quickness, but decent acceleration for a bigger guy. Excellent natural catcher of the ball with big, strong hands and forearms. Can make the difficult catch in traffic. Strong runner after the catch, has great balance and leg drive. Has run only very basic pass routes and done very little coverage reads. Uses his hands and size nicely to get separation, but his feet need work. Was surprisingly ordinary as a blocker for his size, stays too upright and lets the defender dictate the action too readily. Has overcome a lot in life and works hard, appreciates the game and has determination to get better. NFL Comparison: Vincent Jackson or Limas Sweed, it?s up to Thomas Forecast: Too much to like for Thomas to fall out of the top 40, but is the least NFL-ready of any prominent WR since Mike Williams. 3. Carlton Mitchell, South Florida. 6?3?, 215 pounds, 4.46 40. Summary: Outstanding size/speed ratio with good burst and a long, lean build. Eats up cushion with sudden speed that he can sustain up the field. Showed steady improvement in route running as 2009 played out; looked like a different player in December than Sept. in terms of footwork, confidence, and setting up moves. Has the ability to change gears and quickly adjust speeds to get separation. Presents a nice target. Hands are inconsistent and need to get stronger--makes tough catches but the ball gets to his pads and he double-clutches a lot of balls. Smaller catch radius than you would expect for a taller receiver. Gives good effort as a blocker but needs work on pad level and hand placement. Willing worker and learner, though just a one-year starter. That?s a double-edged sword; he?s rawer than most top prospects but he also has fresh legs and no character issues that seem to be requisite with wideouts these days. NFL Comparison: A bigger Chris Chambers, has some on the field Chad Ochocinco to him. Forecast: Quietly ascending draft boards based on how good he looked late in the year and during workouts. Mid-late 2nd rounder that will need a year or two to blossom. 4. Arrelious Benn, Illinois. 6?1?, 219, 4.57 40. Summary: Physical receiver that plays bigger than his size. Very strong hands. Physique is very impressive and almost gives the look of being inflated (in a good way). Explosive athlete with lots of fast-twitch muscle. Likes to bump and use his hands and arms and can overpower most safeties, let alone corners. Shows good body control and can quickly secure the catch anywhere above his waist. Good blocker though he stays up too high at times. Has experience playing with an erratic, scrambling QB that limited his opportunities. Not a natural route runner, very methodical and choppy. Tends to slow when the ball is near. Makes wide cuts despite having relatively short legs. Does not easily catch the ball below his waist. Lacks the long speed to threaten over the top. Well-respected team captain in the locker room for a program in disarray. Forecast: His lack of speed and deceptively low numbers from college will relegate Benn to the 40-60 overall range, but if he can clean up his feet and get paired with an accurate QB, he has potential to be the next Anquan Boldin. 5. Jeremy Williams, Tulane. 6?0?, 206 pounds, 4.48 40. Summary: Williams is one of those rare receivers that is pretty good at everything but doesn?t really stand out as great at any particular facet. His measurables are average across the board and he?ll reliably catch most throws he can reach. Decent blocker, good runner after the catch, has some experience playing in the backfield as part of Wildcat packages, nice balance, good football IQ. Best attribute is his route running and experience with various option routes, which should allow him to contribute right away and handle playing in the slot or outside. It?s hard to find anything Williams doesn?t do well, but you can find different players that do one or two things better. NFL Comparison: Eddie Royal, Brian Hartline Forecast: 3rd-4th rounder who should consistently rack up 50-60 catches for 750 yards and 4-5 TDs every year for a decade. 6. Marcus Easley, Connecticut. 6?2.5?, 212 pounds, 4.39 40. Summary: Late-blooming, long-limed athlete that has really turned heads in postseason workouts. Great size/speed ratio and has explosive athleticism. Good hands, looks the ball in and quickly tucks it away. Presents a wide catch radius and excels at grabbing low throws. His speed is not sudden and is fairly straight-linish, but once he hits full stride he can get behind most corners quickly. Not averse to going across the middle. Plus blocker that chips in nicely and seals the seam for cutbacks. Needs work on reading coverages and making quicker adjustments to coverage. Not real physical for his size, but showed signs of growing into it late in the year. Only has one season of scholarship NCAA football. Former walk-on who has had to work very hard for everything and appreciates the game. NFL Comparison: Darius Heyward-Bey, Bryant Johnson Forecast: Easley is far from a finished product, but everything he lacks is coachable and nobody who knows him at all questions his dedication or effort. His athletic measurables and postseason displays will put him in the 2nd-3rd round, but he could sneak higher for a team enamored with numbers--as the Raiders were last year with DHB, a similar talent. 7. Eric Decker, Minnesota. 6?3?, 217 pounds, 4.52 40. Summary: Big, sure-handed former baseball player and highly respected team leader. Polished route runner with good feet and shoulder balance, looks smooth despite being pretty crisp. Catches the ball very well in traffic and almost likes getting hit right away. Tough and strong, though not real elusive, as a runner. Exceptional run blocker when he attacks, better than many tight ends, and he gives great effort down the field. Missed several games with a foot injury that has limited his ability to workout pre-draft, and he has had other ailments that have sidelined him in the past; durability is a big question. Doesn?t always ratchet up the intensity in his blocking and has the rep of being able to be taken off his game (ask Jack Ikegwuono). Lacks deep speed and has only one gear. Not real quick off the line and can be troubled with press coverage. NFL Comparison: A less lithe young Muhsin Muhammad, Joe Jurevicius Forecast: Draft stock is deflated due to foot injury, but Decker has all the tools to be an excellent #2 receiver and red zone threat. 3rd-4th round that would have been at least one round higher if 100% healthy. 8. Golden Tate, Notre Dame. 5?10?, 199 pounds, 4.48 40. Summary: I?m going to refer to my recent boom/bust column: ?He made a lot of great catches and exuded toughness in a pro-style offense at Notre Dame. I worry about his ability to get separation, but more to the point: I don?t know exactly where he fits. He?s quick but not cat-quick, and he likes contact too much to have a long career in the slot. Yet he?s not big enough and lacks the long speed to be a significant threat outside. I was surprised at how many throws got into his body, too.? Has a flamboyant confidence that will play well on some teams but repulse others. Will be drafted in the top 50 picks and could contribute right away because of his pro-style experience. 9. Damian Williams, USC--long-limbed, experienced wideout with great straight-line speed. Better route runner than most and has experience in running advanced route trees and reading coverages. Knows how to create space for himself by using his hips, shoulders, and feet. Has good long speed. Decent runner after the catch. Not a lot of wiggle to his feet and runs upright. Catches the ball well but seldom just with his hands; most balls get to his pads and he double catches a lot, esp. harder throws. Small-framed body that appears to have peaked. Has had shoulder and ankle issues and his body leads to durability questions. USC WRs have largely flopped in recent years, leading to questions about being products of the system against porous Pac-10 defenses. Fits in the 50-75 overall range. 10. Riley Cooper, Florida--Big (6?3?, 215 pounds) target with deceptive speed and surprising agility for his size. Uses his arms and shoulders physically and wisely to get separation. Fearless across the middle and quickly snares the ball from the air. Tough runner that is not fun to tackle. Tenacious blocker, though he tends to not move his feet once engaged. Hands are inconsistent and his catch radius is small for his height. Has run only very basic routes in a one-read spread offense, and his footwork is raw and slower than most. Good teammate and worker. 4th rounder that could have higher value for a team that drafts his college QB. 11. Taylor Price, Ohio-- Tight-skinned speedster with sneaky acceleration and the ability to change gears quickly. Good hands with a wide catching radius. Has a great sense of how to get open when the pocket breaks down and the QB scrambles. Possesses a top-end speed that he sets up well. Transitions quickly from receiver to runner and is elusive and shows toughness with the ball. Needs to work on using his hands to get separation and making tighter, crisper cuts. Has not run a lot of complex route trees or faced much high-level competition. Not as big in person as he looks on film, though he is a solid blocker. The best Ohio Bobcat pro prospect since Dave Zastudil. Fits in the 75-100 overall draft range. 12. Andre Roberts, The Citadel-- Small-school speed demon that turned heads at the Senior Bowl with his quick footwork and solid hands. Shows the ability to catch outside his body and quickly transition from receiver to runner. Very quick and agile, though he is bigger in person than he looks on film. Making a major leap in level on competition and has rarely faced any sort of complex defenses. Needs work on blocking and reading coverage, but has the work ethic and attitude to make it happen. 3rd-early 4th rounder with promise, but it might not happen right away. 13. Brandon LaFell, LSU-- Big, physical, long-limbed receiver with good strength and body control. Can make the tough catch in traffic. Uses his hands well to get separation and overpowers corners. Very tough to tackle after the catch. Does not get off the line real quickly, and his speed is not sudden. Takes long strides out of his cuts and often slows to catch the ball. Coming off an injury and his production was all over the map at LSU. Reminds me a great deal of Dwayne Jarrett, both the potential that made Jarrett a 2nd round pick and the disappointment that followed because he can?t get separation and his bullying of DBs that dominated in college doesn?t work in the NFL. LaFell is a better worker, however. Will be drafted in the 50-75 overall range. 14. Mike Williams, Syracuse-- Talent-wise is a near-complete package. Great hands, great size/speed, sharp footwork, excellent blocker. Instinctive route runner that sells his fakes and explodes out of cuts. Tracks the ball well and can make the catch outside his frame, though he will drop his fair share. And then there?s the downside...quit the team rather than face a second, unrelated one-game suspension last fall. Missed the prior season after he was caught cheating on an exam. Has sparred with coaches, teammates, and reporters repeatedly, displaying an unhealthy, poisonous immaturity. First round talent that will be lucky to hear his name called in the top 200 picks, but if he ever grows up he could be a very good one. 15. Seyi Ajirotutu, Fresno State-- Very physical, intense, bigger (6?3?, 211 pounds) receiver. Plays WR like a press corner, and he has very good strength and balance. Decent hands, can really get up to snatch the high throws. Fights for the ball and has decent body control to adjust to off-target throws. Violent runner after the catch, though he?s not real fast or elusive. Better route runner than he?s often credited, has solid initial burst and can shorten his stride when he wants to be quicker. Doesn?t have much lateral agility and needs to work on being patient and finding holes in zones. 6th-7th rounder that could be a real steal. 16. Emmanuel Sanders, SMU-- Dynamic athlete whose stock has raised from workouts. Speedy and slippery with good feet. Sets up his moves and finds holes in zones nicely. Needs to work on securing the ball more quickly. Comes from a spread offense in a non-BCS conference where shootouts were common and good defense was not. Very slender build, lacks muscle tone and his legs are very skinny. Has little experience blocking and lacks the strength to do a lot in that area. Has good potential as a return man. Dominated Shrine Game sessions, and appears to have matured from being suspended in the past. 4th-5th rounder. 17. Antonio Brown, Central Michigan-- Shifty slot dynamo with great lateral quickness and good burst. Very dangerous with the ball in his hands and he is experienced at bubble screens and quick slants and taking gadget plays. Slightly built and too often goes down on first contact. Has not run many complex routes and seldom ventured past 10 yards beyond the LOS with his routes. Adds value as a return man. Mentally tough and very competitive. 6th-7th round 18. Mardy Gilyard, Cincinnati-- Ultra-skinny dynamo blessed with great quickness and agility. Brings great potential value as a return man, and he is tremendous in the locker room and in the community, and has fought very hard for his successes. Much more quick than fast, and has major trouble facing more physical coverage. Hands are a major weakness--one opposing coach charted 17 drops in 12 games, and during both Senior Bowl week and later workouts he dropped several easily catchable balls. His presence and shiftiness with the ball in his hands will keep him in the 4th round, but he?ll wash out quickly or be just a return man if he doesn?t dramatically improve his hands. 19. Chris Bell, Norfolk State-- Well-built prospect that often dominated at NSU after getting tossed from Penn State. Showcases very good strength and the ability to change speeds subtly to get separation. Strong hands, good body control, great leaper. Blocking is adequate and he gives the effort. The NSU offense was often ?Bell go long? and the level of competition was very weak. Has the physical tools to be productive in the way the Bengals used the late Chris Henry, but has major character concerns. Tough to forecast his draft status because of that. 3rd/4th round talent. 20. Blair White, Michigan State-- Very athletic, jack-of-all/master-of-no trades with very reliable hands. Better after the catch than he?s credited, and he?s one of the better blockers in this class. Enthusiastically plays special teams and does it well, which is important for a guy battling for a #4 WR spot. Lacks great size and speed and his hips are tight. Has the trappings of a fan favorite. 5th-6th rounder. 21. Jordan Shipley, Texas-- Slot-type receiver that lacks the quickness and long speed of most that play that spot. Did most of his work on quick throws and has not had to use his feet or body to get open much. Great hands, decent vision as a runner. High football IQ and he respects the game. Strong in the locker room and offers special teams/return ability. Overaged and is already as good as he?ll ever be. 6th round talent that could go earlier based on reputation. 22. Dezmon Briscoe, Kansas-- Overhyped, hyper-physical banger that plays WR like a power forward. Explodes off contact and thrives on mixing it up. Impatient route runner that is clearly uncomfortable playing in space. Decent hands and transitions nicely from receiver to runner. Overconfident and needy. Has value for a team in need of size and swagger outside, and if the right coach pushes the right buttons he has the upside of Roy Williams. 5th rounder. 23. Freddie Barnes, Bowling Green-- Incredibly prolific receiver with average measurables. Very smart football player that knows all the tricks and sets up his moves like a seasoned pro. Tougher than he?s credited for being, but still isn?t very physical or strong. Reminds me of a less physical Earl Bennett. 5th-6th rounder for a team that uses lots of 4-wide sets. 24. Joe Webb, UAB-- Former QB with great size making the positional switch. Has shown surprising footwork and excellent hands in limited views. Brings Wildcat potential and was a very good runner as a QB. Has almost zero experience playing WR and reading coverages was not a strength when he was a QB. A more natural catcher of the ball than others who have made the switch (Brad Smith, Josh Cribbs) but less agile than most. Will have to learn to play special teams while he develops as a wideout. 6th-7th round, perhaps UDFA. 25. Scott Long, Louisville-- Tall, lanky speedster with great burst and decent hips. Uses his size and speed well to get separation. Hands are iffy. Blocking is iffier. Often looks like a long jumper trying to play football. Lots of coachable potential. 7th round/UDFA.
Rams GM: Not Much Action For Top Pick
Rams general manager Billy Devaney claims that interest in the first overall pick has been mild. He also refused to tip his hand on whether or not St. Louis might trade the No. 1 pick. Devaney said quarterback Sam Bradford and defensive tackles Ndamukong Suh and Gerald McCoy remained in the running. "I think we've been saying we're open and we remain open," Devaney said. "But there isn't anything close to being done, I know that. We still have a little bit of time and I expect we'd just keep on talking and see what happens."
Draft Picks 10-12 Could See Trades
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Lions Leaning Towards Suh At No. 2
The Lions may be leaning towards taking Nebraska defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh with the second overall pick. St. Louis is believed to be locked in on Oklahoma quarterback Sam Bradford with the No. 1 pick. There have also been rumors that Detroit might be looking to move down from the No. 2 for more selections.
Source: Tebow To Visit Denver Monday
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