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2 2016 PHILADELPHIA EAGLES DRAFT GUIDE 2016 NFL DRAFT AUDITORIUM THEATRE OF ROOSEVELT UNIVERSITY (CHICAGO, IL) ROUND 1-8:00 PM (ET), THURSDAY, APRIL 28 ROUNDS :00 PM (ET), FRIDAY, APRIL 29 ROUNDS :00 PM (ET), SATURDAY, APRIL 30 PHILADELPHIA EAGLES 2016 DRAFT ORDER Round (Pick) Selection Notes 1st (8th) *From Miami 3rd (77th) *From Detroit 3rd (79th) 4th (100th) *From Tennessee 5th (153rd) 5th (164th) *From Pittsburgh 6th (188th) 7th (233rd) 7th (251st) *From Arizona EAGLES DRAFT QUICK HITS TELEVISION NFL Network and ESPN will provide live coverage of all 253 selections over the course of three days. Locally, NBC10 will broadcast a live draft show entitled Eagles Draft Day on day one of the NFL Draft from 7:00-8:00 pm. Additionally, they will air a draft recap show, Eagles Blueprint, at 11:30 pm on Sunday, May 1. Comcast SportsNet will air Draft Central, a 30-minute draft-centric program, at 7:30 pm on Thursday and 6:00 pm Saturday. ONLINE Eagles Draft Central, presented by Dietz & Watson, will air on PhiladelphiaEagles.com leading up to and throughout the draft. Eagles Draft Central - Preview Special will air on Wednesday, April 27 at 5:00 pm. Weekend coverage begins on Thursday, April 28 at 7:30 pm and will run through the completion of the first round. Coverage for days two and three of the draft will begin 30 minutes prior to the start of the action on both Friday and Saturday and will provide live coverage of every Eagles selection and press conference. Guest analysts throughout the weekend will include Eagles play-by-play man Merrill Reese, NFL Films senior producer Greg Cosell, and former players LB Ike Reese and OL Ross Tucker. EAGLES SOCIAL DASHBOARD Eagles fans can be a part of the draft conversation through the team s social media accounts by using the hashtag #EaglesDraft to follow all news and analysis in real time. The coverage on social media will feature exclusive behind-the-scenes content from Chicago s Draft Town and inside the NovaCare Complex. Facebook: Facebook.com/PhiladelphiaEagles Snapchat: Eagles EAGLES MOBILE APP The Eagles mobile app will feature a draft section containing: Photo galleries of the Eagles draft picks A live draft tracker that filters by round, team, position and college Live streams of press conferences and Eagles Draft Central, presented by Dietz & Watson A Twitter feed featuring all Eagles-related tweets April April May May May May 31-June 3 June 7-9 DRAFT NUGGETS The Eagles acquired the 8th-overall pick in this year s draft in an offseason trade with the Miami Dolphins. Philadelphia received the pick in exchange for the 13th-overall selection, LB Kiko Alonso and CB Byron Maxwell. This marks just the second time since 2001 that Philadelphia has held a top-10 pick. The last time the Eagles picked in the top 10, they selected T Lane Johnson with the No. 4-overall pick in Before selecting Johnson, the Eagles previous two top-10 selections were DT Corey Simon (6th overall in 2000) and QB Donovan McNabb (2nd overall in 1999) This year marks the 10th time in franchise history that the Eagles have traded up in the 1st round and just the fifth time that Philadelphia has moved into the top 10 via trade. The last three 1st-round picks involving 1st-round advancement were DT Fletcher Cox (2012), DE Brandon Graham (2010) and WR Jeremy Maclin (2009) Former Eagles T Jerry Sisemore will represent Phildelphia on the second day of the draft and is slated to announce at least one of the team s two 3rd-round selections. A former 1st-round pick of the Eagles in 1973, Sisemore became a cornerstone of an offensive line that helped lead the Eagles to the playoffs in five consecutive seasons -- a stretch that included a berth in Super Bowl XV. Sisemore earned Pro Bowl honors following the 1979 and 1981 seasons and was inducted into the Eagles Hall of Fame in The 2016 Eagles Draft Party will be held on Thursday, April 28 in the SCA Club at Lincoln Financial Field beginning at 6:00 pm. Fans in attendance will have the opportunity to watch up-to-the-minute first-round draft coverage, meet current Eagles players and Eagles alumni, tour the locker rooms and participate in on-field drills (weather permitting). For more information, please visit: KEY OFFSEASON DATES Voluntary Minicamp 2016 NFL Draft Rookie Minicamp OTA Offseason Workouts OTA Offseason Workouts OTA Offseason Workouts Mandatory Minicamp

3 2016 NFC EAST COMPARISON 1 (4) 2 (34) 3 (67) 4 (101) 4 (135) 6 (189) 6 (212) 6 (216) 6 (217) DALLAS COWBOYS 2016 DRAFT ORDER 2015 DRAFT RESULTS Rd. No. Player (College) Pos Byron Jones (Connecticut) CB 2 60 Randy Gregory (Nebraska) OLB 3 91 Chaz Green (Florida) T Damien Wilson (Minnesota) ILB Ryan Russell (Purdue) DE 7a 236 Mark Nzeocha (Wyoming) OLB 7b 243 Laurence Gibson (Virginia Tech) T 7c 246 Geoff Swaim (Texas) TE 1 (10) 2 (40) 3 (71) 4 (109) 5 (149) 6 (184) NEW YORK GIANTS 2016 DRAFT ORDER 2015 DRAFT RESULTS Rd. No. Player (College) Pos. 1 9 Ereck Flowers (Miami - FL) G 2 33 Landon Collins (Alabama) SS 3 74 Owamagbe Odighizuwa (UCLA) DE Mykkele Thompson (Texas) S Geremy Davis (Connecticut) WR Bobby Hart (Florida St.) G 1 (21) 2 (53) 3 (84) 4 (120) 5 (158) 6 (187) 7 (232) 7 (242) WASHINGTON REDSKINS 2016 DRAFT ORDER 2015 DRAFT RESULTS Rd. No. Player (College) Pos. 1 5 Brandon Scherff (Iowa) G 2 38 Preston Smith (Mississippi St.) DE 3 95 Matt Jones (Florida) RB 4a 105 Jamison Crowder (Duke) WR 4b 112 Arie Kouandjio (Alabama) G Martrell Spaight (Arkansas) OLB 6a 181 Kyshoen Jarrett (Virginia Tech) SS 6b 182 Tevin Mitchel (Arkansas) CB 6c 187 Evan Spencer (Ohio St.) WR Austin Reiter (South Florida) C

4 2016 NFL DRAFT COMPARISON 8TH OVERALL (1ST ROUND) Year Name Pos. College Drafted By 2015 Vic Beasley LB Clemson Falcons 2014 Justin Gilbert CB Oklahoma State Browns 2013 Tavon Austin WR West Virginia Rams 2012 Ryan Tannehill QB Texas A&M Dolphins 2011 Jake Locker QB Washington Titans 2010 Rolando McClain LB Alabama Raiders 2009 Eugene Monroe T Virginia Jaguars 2008 Derrick Harvey DE Florida Jaguars 2007 Jamaal Anderson DE Arkansas Falcons 2006 Donte Whitner SS Ohio State Bills 77TH OVERALL (3RD ROUND) Year Name Pos. College Drafted By 2015 Duke Johnson RB Miami (FL) Browns 2014 Chris Borland LB Wisconsin 49ers 2013 Dallas Thomas T Tennessee Dolphins 2012 Demario Davis LB Arkansas State Jets 2011 Jurrell Casey DT USC Titans 2010 Damian Williams WR USC Titans 2009 Antoine Caldwell C Alabama Texans 2008 Pat Sims DT Auburn Bengals 2007 Matt Spaeth TE Minnesota Steelers 2006 Jon Alston LB Stanford Rams 79TH OVERALL (3RD ROUND) Year Name Pos. College Drafted By 2015 Eli Harold LB Virginia 49ers 2014 Terrence Brooks FS Florida State Ravens 2013 Markus Wheaton WR Oregon State Steelers 2012 Brandon Hardin FS Oregon State Bears 2011 Leonard Hankerson WR Miami (FL) Redskins 2010 Donald Butler LB Washington Chargers 2009 Kraig Urbik T Wisconsin Steelers 2008 Antwaun Molden CB Eastern Kentucky Texans 2007 Mike Walker WR Central Florida Jaguars 2006 Jerious Norwood RB Mississippi State Falcons LAST EAGLE TO BE DRAFTED BY POSITION QB Matt Barkley (4th, 2013) USC RB Bryce Brown (7th, 2012) Kansas State WR Nelson Agholor (1st, 2015) USC TE Zach Ertz (2nd, 2013) Stanford OL Lane Johnson (1st, 2013) Oklahoma DE Brian Mihalik (7th, 2015) Boston College DT Beau Allen (7th, 2014) Wisconsin LB Jordan Hicks (3rd, 2015) Texas S Ed Reynolds (5th, 2014) Stanford CB Eric Rowe (2nd, 2015) JaCorey Shepherd (6th, 2015) Randall Evans (6th, 2015) 100TH OVERALL (4TH ROUND) Year Name Pos. College Drafted By 2015 Angelo Blackson DT Auburn Titans 2014 Brandon Thomas G Clemson 49ers (3rd Rd.) 2013 Akeem Spence DT Illinois Buccaneers 2012 Travis Benjamin WR Miami (FL) Browns 2011 Da Norris Searcy DB North Carolina Bills 2010 Everson Griffen DE USC Vikings 2009 Travis Beckum TE Wisconsin Giants (3rd Rd.) 2008 Tyvon Branch CB Connecticut Raiders 2007 Michael Bush RB Louisville Raiders 2006 Michael Robinson RB Penn State 49ers Utah Kansas Kansas State P Mitch Berger (6th, 1994) Colorado K Alex Henery (4th, 2011) Nebraska LAST EAGLE TO BE DRAFTED BY POSITION IN THE FIRST ROUND QB Donovan McNabb (1999) Syracuse RB Keith Byars (1986) Ohio State WR Nelson Agholor (2015) USC TE Keith Jackson (1988) Oklahoma OL Lane Johnson (2013) Oklahoma DE Fletcher Cox (2012) Mississippi State DT Brodrick Bunkley (2006) Florida State LB Marcus Smith (2014) Louisville S Ben Smith (1990) Georgia CB Lito Sheppard (2002) Florida P None K None LAST EAGLE TO BE DRAFTED BY POSITION IN ROUNDS 1-3 QB Nick Foles (3rd, 2012) Arizona RB LeSean McCoy (2nd, 2009) Pittsburgh WR Nelson Agholor (1st, 2015) USC TE Zach Ertz (2nd, 2013) Stanford OL Lane Johnson (1st, 2013) Oklahoma DE Fletcher Cox (1st, 2012) Mississippi State Vinny Curry (2nd, 2012) Marshall DT Bennie Logan (3rd, 2013) LSU LB Jordan Hicks (3rd, 2015) Texas S Jaiquawn Jarrett (2nd, 2011) Temple CB Eric Rowe (2nd, 2015) Utah P None Colorado K Tony Franklin (3rd, 1979) Texas A&M

5 2016 NFL DRAFT ORDER (as of 4/11/16) ROUND ONE Pick Team 1 (1) Tennessee Titans 2 (2) Cleveland Browns 3 (3) San Diego Chargers 4 (4) Dallas Cowboys 5 (5) Jacksonville Jaguars 6 (6) Baltimore Ravens 7 (7) San Francisco 49ers 8 (8) Philadelphia Eagles (from Miami Dolphins) 9 (9) Tampa Bay Buccaneers 10 (10) New York Giants 11 (11) Chicago Bears 12 (12) New Orleans Saints 13 (13) Miami Dolphins (from Philadelphia Eagles) 14 (14) Oakland Raiders 15 (15) Los Angeles Rams 16 (16) Detroit Lions 17 (17) Atlanta Falcons 18 (18) Indianapolis Colts 19 (19) Buffalo Bills 20 (20) New York Jets 21 (21) Washington Redskins 22 (22) Houston Texans 23 (23) Minnesota Vikings 24 (24) Cincinnati Bengals 25 (25) Pittsburgh Steelers 26 (26) Seattle Seahawks 27 (27) Green Bay Packers 28 (28) Kansas City Chiefs 29 New England Patriots (selection forfeited) 30 (29) Arizona Cardinals 31 (30) Carolina Panthers 32 (31) Denver Broncos ROUND TWO Pick Team 1 (32) Cleveland Browns 2 (33) Tennessee Titans 3 (34) Dallas Cowboys 4 (35) San Diego Chargers 5 (36) Baltimore Ravens 6 (37) San Francisco 49ers 7 (38) Jacksonville Jaguars 8 (39) Tampa Bay Buccaneers 9 (40) New York Giants 10 (41) Chicago Bears 11 (42) Miami Dolphins 12 (43) Los Angeles Rams (from Philadelphia Eagles) 13 (44) Oakland Raiders 14 (45) Los Angeles Rams 15 (46) Detroit Lions 16 (47) New Orleans Saints 17 (48) Indianapolis Colts 18 (49) Buffalo Bills 19 (50) Atlanta Falcons 20 (51) New York Jets ROUND TWO - Cont. Pick Team 21 (52) Houston Texans 22 (53) Washington Redskins 23 (54) Minnesota Vikings 24 (55) Cincinnati Bengals 25 (56) Seattle Seahawks 26 (57) Green Bay Packers 27 (58) Pittsburgh Steelers 28 (59) Kansas City Chiefs 29 (60) New England Patriots 30 (61) New England Patriots (from Arizona Cardinals) 31 (62) Carolina Panthers 32 (63) Denver Broncos ROUND THREE Pick Team 1 (64) Tennessee Titans 2 (65) Cleveland Browns 3 (66) San Diego Chargers 4 (67) Dallas Cowboys 5 (68) San Francisco 49ers 6 (69) Jacksonville Jaguars 7 (70) Baltimore Ravens 8 (71) New York Giants 9 (72) Chicago Bears 10 (73) Miami Dolphins 11 (74) Tampa Bay Buccaneers 12 (75) Oakland Raiders 13 (76) Los Angeles Rams 14 (77) Philadelphia Eagles (from Detroit Lions) 15 (78) New Orleans Saints 16 (79) Philadelphia Eagles 17 (80) Buffalo Bills 18 (81) Atlanta Falcons 19 (82) Indianapolis Colts 20 (83) New York Jets 21 (84) Washington Redskins 22 (85) Houston Texans 23 (86) Minnesota Vikings 24 (87) Cincinnati Bengals 25 (88) Green Bay Packers 26 (89) Pittsburgh Steelers 27 (90) Seattle Seahawks 28 Kansas City Chiefs (selection forfeited) 29 (91) New England Patriots 30 (92) Arizona Cardinals 31 (93) Carolina Panthers 32 (94) Denver Broncos 33 (95) Detroit Lions (compensatory selection) 34 (96) New England Patriots (compensatory selection) 35 (97) Seattle Seahawks (compensatory selection) 36 (98) Denver Broncos (compensatory selection)

6 2016 NFL DRAFT ORDER (as of 4/11/16) ROUND FOUR Pick Team 1 (99) Cleveland Browns 2 (100) Philadelphia Eagles (from Tennessee Titans) 3 (101) Dallas Cowboys 4 (102) San Diego Chargers 5 (103) Jacksonville Jaguars 6 (104) Baltimore Ravens 7 (105) San Francisco 49ers 8 (106) Chicago Bears 9 (107) Miami Dolphins 10 (108) Tampa Bay Buccaneers 11 (109) New York Giants 12 (110) Los Angeles Rams 13 (111) Detroit Lions 14 (112) New Orleans Saints 15 (113) Tennessee Titans (from Philadelphia Eagles) 16 (114) Oakland Raiders 17 (115) Atlanta Falcons 18 (116) Indianapolis Colts 19 (117) Buffalo Bills 20 (118) New York Jets 21 (119) Houston Texans 22 (120) Washington Redskins 23 (121) Minnesota Vikings 24 (122) Cincinnati Bengals 25 (123) Pittsburgh Steelers 26 (124) Seattle Seahawks 27 (125) Green Bay Packers 28 (126) Kansas City Chiefs 29 (127) Chicago Bears (from New England Patriots) 30 (128) Arizona Cardinals 31 (129) Carolina Panthers 32 (130) Baltimore Ravens (from Denver Broncos) 33 (131) Green Bay Packers (compensatory selection) 34 (132) Baltimore Ravens (compensatory selection) 35 (133) San Francisco 49ers (compensatory selection) 36 (134) Baltimore Ravens (compensatory selection) 37 (135) Dallas Cowboys (compensatory selection) 38 (136) Denver Broncos (compensatory selection) 39 (137) Green Bay Packers (compensatory selection) 40 (138) Cleveland Browns (compensatory selection) 41 (139) Buffalo Bills (compensatory selection) ROUND FIVE Pick Team 1 (140) Tennessee Titans 2 (141) Cleveland Browns 3 (142) San Francisco 49ers (from San Diego Chargers) 4 (143) Oakland Raiders (from Dallas Cowboys) 5 (144) Denver Broncos (from Baltimore Ravens) 6 (145) San Francisco 49ers 7 (146) Jacksonville Jaguars 8 (147) Miami Dolphins 9 (148) Tampa Bay Buccaneers 10 (149) New York Giants 11 (150) Chicago Bears ROUND FIVE - Cont. Pick Team 12 (151) Detroit Lions 13 (152) New Orleans Saints 14 (153) Philadelphia Eagles 15 (154) Oakland Raiders 16 Los Angeles Rams (exercised in supplemental draft) 17 (155) Indianapolis Colts 18 (156) Buffalo Bills 19 Atlanta Falcons (selection forfeited) 20 (157) New York Jets 21 (158) Washington Redskins 22 (159) Houston Texans 23 (160) Minnesota Vikings 24 (161) Cincinnati Bengals 25 (162) Kansas City Chiefs (from Seattle Seahawks) 26 (163) Green Bay Packers 27 (164) Philadelphia Eagles (from Pittsburgh Steelers) 28 (165) Kansas City Chiefs 29 (166) Houston Texans (from New England Patriots) 30 (167) Arizona Cardinals 31 (168) Carolina Panthers 32 (169) Detroit Lions (from Denver Broncos) 33 (170) Arizona Cardinals (compensatory selection) 34 (171) Seattle Seahawks (compensatory selection) 35 (172) Cleveland Browns (compensatory selection) 36 (173) Cleveland Browns (compensatory selection) 37 (174) San Francisco 49ers (compensatory selection) 38 (175) San Diego Chargers (compensatory selection) ROUND SIX Pick Team 1 (176) Cleveland Browns 2 (177) Tennessee Titans 3 (178) San Francisco 49ers (from Dallas Cowboys) 4 (179) San Diego Chargers 5 (180) Minnesota Vikings (from San Francisco 49ers) 6 (181) Jacksonville Jaguars 7 (182) Baltimore Ravens 8 (183) Tampa Bay Buccaneers 9 (184) New York Giants 10 (185) Chicago Bears 11 (186) Miami Dolphins 12 (187) Washington Redskins (from New Orleans Saints) 13 (188) Philadelphia Eagles 14 (189) Dallas Cowboys (from Oakland Raiders) 15 (190) Los Angeles Rams 16 (191) Detroit Lions 17 (192) Buffalo Bills 18 (193) Tennessee Titans (from Atlanta Falcons) 19 (194) Oakland Raiders (from Indianapolis Colts) 20 (195) Houston Texans (from New York Jets) 21 (196) New England Patriots (from Houston Texans) 22 (197) Tampa Bay Buccaneers (from Washington Redskins) 23 (198) San Diego Chargers (from Minnesota Vikings) 24 (199) Cincinnati Bengals 25 (200) Green Bay Packers

7 2016 NFL DRAFT ORDER (as of 4/11/16) ROUND SIX - Cont. Pick Team 26 (201) Jacksonville Jaguars (from Pittsburgh Steelers) 27 (202) Detroit Lions (from Seattle Seahawks) 28 (203) Kansas City Chiefs 29 (204) New England Patriots (reacquired from Chicago Bears) 30 (205) Arizona Cardinals 31 (206) Chicago Bears (from Carolina Panthers) 32 (207) San Francisco 49ers (from Denver Broncos) 33 (208) New England Patriots (compensatory selection) 34 (209) Baltimore Ravens (compensatory selection) 35 (210) Detroit Lions (compensatory selection) 36 (211) San Francisco 49ers (compensatory selection) 37 (212) Dallas Cowboys (compensatory selection) 38 (213) San Francisco 49ers (compensatory selection) 39 (214) New England Patriots (compensatory selection) 40 (215) Seattle Seahawks (compensatory selection) 41 (216) Dallas Cowboys (compensatory selection) 42 (217) Dallas Cowboys (compensatory selection) 43 (218) Buffalo Bills (compensatory selection) 44 (219) Denver Broncos (compensatory selection) 45 (220) Pittsburgh Steelers (compensatory selection) 46 (221) New England Patriots (compensatory selection) ROUND SEVEN Pick Team 1 (222) Tennessee Titans 2 (223) Cleveland Browns 3 (224) San Diego Chargers 4 (225) Seattle Seahawks (from Dallas Cowboys) 5 (226) Jacksonville Jaguars 6 (227) Miami Dolphins (from Baltimore Ravens) 7 (228) Denver Broncos (from San Francisco 49ers) 8 (229) Pittsburgh Steelers (from New York Giants) 9 (230) Chicago Bears 10 (231) Miami Dolphins 11 (232) Washington Redskins (from Tampa Bay Buccaneers) 12 (233) Philadelphia Eagles 13 (234) Oakland Raiders 14 (235) Denver Broncos (from Los Angeles Rams through Houston Texans) 15 (236) Detroit Lions 16 (237) New Orleans Saints 17 (238) Atlanta Falcons 18 (239) Indianapolis Colts 19 (240) Minnesota Vikings (from Buffalo Bills) 20 (241) New York Jets 21 (242) Washington Redskins 22 (243) New England Patriots (from Houston Texans) 23 (244) Minnesota Vikings 24 (245) Cincinnati Bengals 25 (246) Pittsburgh Steelers 26 (247) Seattle Seahawks 27 (248) Green Bay Packers 28 (249) Kansas City Chiefs 29 (250) New England Patriots 30 (251) Philadelphia Eagles (from Arizona Cardinals) 31 (252) Carolina Panthers 32 (253) Denver Broncos

8 1ST-ROUND PICKS ( ) 2004 No. Team Name Pos. College 1. SD Eli Manning QB Mississippi 2. Oak. Robert Gallery T Iowa 3. Ari. Larry Fitzgerald WR Pittsburgh 4. NYG Philip Rivers QB NC State 5. Was. Sean Taylor FS Miami (FL) 6. Cle. Kellen Winslow Jr. TE Miami (FL) 7. Det. Roy Williams WR Texas 8. Atl. DeAngelo Hall CB Virginia Tech 9. Jax. Reggie Williams WR Washington 10. Hou. Dunta Robinson CB South Carolina 11. Pit. Ben Roethlisberger QB Miami (OH) 12. NYJ Jonathan Vilma LB Miami (FL) 13. Buf. Lee Evans WR Wisconsin 14. Chi. Tommie Harris DT Oklahoma 15. TB Michael Clayton WR LSU 16. Phi. Shawn Andrews T Arkansas 17. Den. D.J. Williams LB Miami (FL) 18. NO Will Smith DE Ohio State 19. Mia. Vernon Carey G Miami (FL) 20. Min. Kenechi Udeze DE USC 21. NE Vince Wilfork DT Miami (FL) 22. Buf. J.P. Losman QB Tulane 23. Sea. Marcus Tubbs DT Texas 24. StL Steven Jackson RB Oregon State 25. GB Ahmad Carroll CB Arkansas 26. Cin. Chris Perry RB Michigan 27. Hou. Jason Babin DE Western Michigan 28. Car. Chris Gamble CB Ohio State 29. Atl. Michael Jenkins WR Ohio State 30. Det. Kevin Jones RB Virginia Tech 31. SF Rashaun Woods WR Oklahoma State 32. NE Ben Watson TE Georgia 2005 No. Team Name Pos. College 1. SF Alex Smith QB Utah 2. Mia. Ronnie Brown RB Auburn 3. Cle. Braylon Edwards WR Michigan 4. Chi. Cedric Benson RB Texas 5. TB Carnell Williams RB Auburn 6. Ten. Adam Jones CB West Virginia 7. Min. Troy Williamson WR South Carolina 8. Ari. Antrel Rolle CB Miami (FL) 9. Was. Carlos Rogers CB Auburn 10. Det. Mike Williams WR USC 11. Dal. DeMarcus Ware DE Troy State 12. SD Shawne Merriman LB Maryland 13. NO Jammal Brown T Oklahoma 14. Car. Thomas Davis FS Georgia 15. KC Derrick Johnson LB Texas 16. Hou. Travis Johnson DT Florida State 17. Cin. David Pollack DE Georgia 18. Min. Erasmus James DE Wisconsin 19. StL Alex Barron T Florida State 20. Dal. Marcus Spears DE LSU 21. Jax. Matt Jones WR Arkansas 22. Bal. Mark Clayton WR Oklahoma 23. Oak. Fabian Washington CB Nebraska 24. GB Aaron Rodgers QB California 25. Was. Jason Campbell QB Auburn 26. Sea. Chris Spencer C Mississippi 27. Atl. Roddy White WR UAB 28. SD Luis Castillo DT Northwestern 29. Ind. Marlin Jackson CB Michigan 30. Pit. Heath Miller TE Virginia 31. Phi. Mike Patterson DT USC 32. NE Logan Mankins G Fresno State 2006 No. Team Name Pos. College 1. Hou. Mario Williams DE NC State 2. NO Reggie Bush RB USC 3. Ten. Vince Young QB Texas 4. NYJ D Brickashaw Ferguson T Virginia 5. GB A.J. Hawk LB Ohio State 6. SF Vernon Davis TE Maryland 7. Oak. Michael Huff SS Texas 8. Buf. Donte Whitner SS Ohio State 9. Det. Ernie Sims LB Florida State 10. Ari. Matt Leinart QB USC 11. Den. Jay Cutler QB Vanderbilt 12. Bal. Haloti Ngata DT Oregon 13. Cle. Kamerion Wimbley DE Florida State 14. Phi. Brodrick Bunkley DT Florida State 15. StL Tye Hill CB Clemson 16. Mia. Jason Allen CB Tennessee 17. Min. Chad Greenway LB Iowa 18. Dal. Bobby Carpenter LB Ohio State 19. SD Antonio Cromartie CB Florida State 20. KC Tamba Hali DE Penn State 21. NE Laurence Maroney RB Minnesota 22. SF Manny Lawson LB NC State 23. TB Davin Joseph G Oklahoma 24. Cin. Johnathan Joseph CB South Carolina 25. Pit. Santonio Holmes WR Ohio State 26. Buf. John McCargo DT NC State 27. Car. DeAngelo Williams RB Memphis 28. Jax. Marcedes Lewis TE UCLA 29. NYJ Nick Mangold C Ohio State 30. Ind. Joseph Addai RB LSU 31. Sea. Kelly Jennings CB Miami (FL) 32. NYG Mathias Kiwanuka DE Boston College 2007 No. Team Name Pos. College 1. Oak. JaMarcus Russell QB LSU 2. Det. Calvin Johnson WR Georgia Tech 3. Cle. Joe Thomas T Wisconsin 4. TB Gaines Adams DE Clemson 5. Ari. Levi Brown T Penn State 6. Was. LaRon Landry FS LSU 7. Min. Adrian Peterson RB Oklahoma 8. Atl. Jamaal Anderson DE Arkansas 9. Mia. Ted Ginn Jr. WR Ohio State 10. Hou. Amobi Okoye DT Louisville 11. SF Patrick Willis LB Mississippi State 12. Buf. Marshawn Lynch RB California 13. StL Adam Carriker DE Nebraska 14. NYJ Darrelle Revis CB Pittsburgh 15. Pit. Lawrence Timmons LB Florida State 16. GB Justin Harrell DT Tennessee 17. Den. Jarvis Moss DE Florida 18. Cin. Leon Hall CB Michigan 19. Ten. Michael Griffin FS Texas 20. NYG Aaron Ross CB Texas 21. Jax. Reggie Nelson FS Florida 22. Cle. Brady Quinn QB Notre Dame 23. KC Dwayne Bowe WR LSU 24. NE Brandon Meriweather DB Miami (FL) 25. Car. Jon Beason LB Miami (FL) 26. Dal. Anthony Spencer DE Purdue 27. NO Robert Meachem WR Tennessee 28. SF Joe Staley T Central Michigan 29. Bal. Ben Grubbs G Auburn 30. SD Craig Davis WR LSU 31. Chi. Greg Olsen TE Miami (FL) 32. Ind. Anthony Gonzalez WR Ohio State

9 1ST-ROUND PICKS ( ) 2008 No. Team Name Pos. College 1. Mia. Jake Long T Michigan 2. StL Chris Long DE Virginia 3. Atl. Matt Ryan QB Boston College 4. Oak. Darren McFadden RB Arkansas 5. KC Glenn Dorsey DT LSU 6. NYJ Vernon Gholston DE Ohio State 7. NO Sedrick Ellis DT USC 8. Jax. Derrick Harvey DE Florida 9. Cin. Keith Rivers LB USC 10. NE Jerod Mayo LB Tennessee 11. Buf. Leodis McKelvin CB Troy State 12. Den. Ryan Clady T Boise State 13. Car. Jonathan Stewart RB Oregon 14. Chi. Chris Williams T Vanderbilt 15. KC Branden Albert G Virginia 16. Ari. Dominique Rogers-Cromartie CB Tennessee State 17. Det. Gosder Cherilus T Boston College 18. Bal. Joe Flacco QB Delaware 19. Pit. Jeff Otah T Pittsburgh 20. TB Aqib Talib CB Kansas 21. Atl. Sam Baker T USC 22. Dal. Felix Jones RB Arkansas 23. Pit. Rashard Mendenhall RB Illinois 24. Ten. Chris Johnson RB East Carolina 25. Dal. Mike Jenkins CB South Florida 26. Hou. Duane Brown T Virginia Tech 27. SD Antoine Cason CB Arizona 28. Sea. Lawrence Jackson DE USC 29. SF Kentwan Balmer DE North Carolina 30. NYJ Dustin Keller TE Purdue 31. NYG Kenny Phillips FS Miami (FL) 32. NE Ben Watson TE Georgia 2009 No. Team Name Pos. College 1. Det. Matthew Stafford QB Georgia 2. StL Jason Smith T Baylor 3. KC Tyson Jackson DE LSU 4. Sea. Aaron Curry LB Wake Forest 5. NYJ Mark Sanchez QB USC 6. Cin. Andre Smith T Alabama 7. Oak. Darrius Heyward-Bey WR Maryland 8. Jax. Eugene Monroe T Virginia 9. GB B.J. Raji DT Boston College 10. SF Michael Crabtree WR Texas Tech 11. Buf. Aaron Maybin DE Penn State 12. Den. Knowshon Moreno RB Georgia 13. Was. Brian Orakpo DE Texas 14. NO Malcolm Jenkins CB Ohio State 15. Hou. Brian Cushing LB USC 16. SD Larry English DE Northern Illinois 17. TB Josh Freeman QB Kansas State 18. Den. Robert Ayers LB Tennessee 19. Phi. Jeremy Maclin WR Missouri 20. Det. Brandon Pettigrew TE Oklahoma State 21. Cle. Alex Mack C California 22. Min. Percy Harvin WR Florida 23. Bal. Michael Oher T Mississippi 24. Atl. Peria Jerry DT Mississippi 25. Mia. Vontae Davis CB Illinois 26. GB Clay Matthews LB USC 27. Ind. Donald Brown RB Connecticut 28. Buf. Eric Wood C Louisville 29. NYG Hakeem Nicks WR North Carolina 30. Ten. Kenny Britt WR Rutgers 31. Ari. Chris Wells RB Ohio State 32. Pit. Evander Hood DT Missouri 2010 No. Team Name Pos. College 1. StL Sam Bradford QB Oklahoma 2. Det. Ndamukong Suh DT Nebraska 3. TB Gerald McCoy DT Oklahoma 4. Was. Trent Williams T Oklahoma 5. KC Eric Berry S Tennessee 6. Sea. Russell Okung T Oklahoma State 7. Cle. Joe Haden CB Florida 8. Oak. Rolando McClain LB Alabama 9. Buf. C.J. Spiller RB Clemson 10. Jax. Tyson Alualu DE California 11. SF Anthony Davis T Rutgers 12. SD Ryan Mathews RB Fresno State 13. Phi. Brandon Graham DE Michigan 14. Sea. Earl Thomas S Texas 15. NYG Jason Pierre-Paul DE South Florida 16. Ten. Derrick Morgan DE Georgia Tech 17. SF Mike Iupati G Idaho 18. Pit. Maurkice Pouncey C Florida 19. Atl. Sean Weatherspoon LB Missouri 20. Hou. Kareem Jackson CB Alabama 21. Cin. Jermaine Gresham TE Oklahoma 22. Den. Demaryius Thomas WR Georgia Tech 23. GB Bryan Bulaga T Iowa 24. Dal. Dez Bryant WR Oklahoma State 25. Den. Tim Tebow QB Florida 26. Ari. Dan Williams DT Tennessee 27. NE Devin McCourty CB Rutgers 28. Mia. Jared Odrick DT Penn State 29. NYJ Kyle Wilson CB Boise State 30. Det. Jahvid Best RB California 31. Ind. Jerry Hughes DE TCU 32. NO Patrick Robinson CB Florida State 2011 No. Team Name Pos. College 1. Car. Cam Newton QB Auburn 2. Den. Von Miller LB Texas A&M 3. Buf. Marcell Dareus DT Alabama 4. Cin. A.J. Green WR Georgia 5. Ari. Patrick Peterson CB LSU 6. Atl. Julio Jones WR Alabama 7. SF Aldon Smith DE Missouri 8. Ten. Jake Locker QB Washington 9. Dal. Tyron Smith T USC 10. Jax. Blaine Gabbert QB Missouri 11. Hou. J.J. Watt DE Wisconsin 12. Min. Christian Ponder QB Florida State 13. Det. Nick Fairley DT Auburn 14. StL Robert Quinn DE North Carolina 15. Mia. Mike Pouncey C Florida 16. Was. Ryan Kerrigan DE Purdue 17. NE Nate Solder T Colorado 18. SD Corey Liuget DT Illinois 19. NYG Prince Amukamara CB Nebraska 20. TB Adrian Clayborn DL Iowa 21. Cle. Phil Taylor DL Baylor 22. Ind. Anthony Costanzo T Boston College 23. Phi. Danny Watkins G Baylor 24. NO Cameron Jordan DE California 25. Sea. James Carpenter T Alabama 26. KC Jonathan Baldwin WR Pittsburgh 27. Bal. Jimmy Smith CB Colorado 28. NO Mark Ingram RB Alabama 29. Chi. Gabe Carimi T Wisconsin 30. NYJ Muhammad Wilkerson DT Temple 31. Pit. Cam Heyward DT Ohio State 32. GB Derek Sherrod T Mississippi State

10 1ST-ROUND PICKS ( ) 2012 No. Team Name Pos. College 1. Ind. Andrew Luck QB Stanford 2. Was. Robert Griffin III QB Baylor 3. Cle. Trent Richardson RB Alabama 4. Min. Matt Kalil T USC 5. Jax. Justin Blackmon WR Oklahoma State 6. Dal. Morris Claiborne CB LSU 7. TB Mark Barron S Alabama 8. Mia. Ryan Tannehill QB Texas A&M 9. Car. Luke Kuechly LB Boston College 10. Buf. Stephon Gilmore CB South Carolina 11. KC Dontari Poe DT Memphis 12. Phi. Fletcher Cox DT Mississippi State 13. Ari. Michael Floyd WR Notre Dame 14. StL Michael Brockers DT LSU 15. Sea. Bruce Irvin DE West Virginia 16. NYJ Quinton Coples DE North Carolina 17. Cin. Dre Kirkpatrick CB Alabama 18. SD Melvin Ingram DE South Carolina 19. Chi. Shea McClellin DE Boise State 20. Ten. Kendall Wright WR Baylor 21. NE Chandler Jones DE Syracuse 22. Cle. Brandon Weeden QB Oklahoma State 23. Det. Riley Reiff T Iowa 24. Pit. David DeCastro G Stanford 25. NE Dont a Hightower LB Alabama 26. Hou. Whitney Mercilus DE Illinois 27. Cin. Kevin Zeitler G Wisconsin 28. GB Nick Perry DE USC 29. Min. Harrison Smith S Notre Dame 30. SF A.J. Jenkins WR Illinois 31. TB Doug Martin RB Boise State 32. NYG David Wilson RB Virginia Tech 2013 No. Team Name Pos. College 1. KC Eric Fisher T Central Michigan 2. Jax. Luke Joeckel T Texas A&M 3. Mia. Dion Jordan DE Oregon 4. Phi. Lane Johnson T Oklahoma 5. Det. Ziggy Ansah DE BYU 6. Cle. Barkevious Mingo DE LSU 7. Ari. Jonathan Cooper G North Carolina 8. StL Tavon Austin WR West Virginia 9. NYJ Dee Milliner CB Alabama 10. Ten. Chance Warmack G Alabama 11. SD D.J. Fluker T Alabama 12. Oak. D.J. Hayden CB Houston 13. NYJ Sheldon Richardson DT Missouri 14. Car. Star Lotulelei DT Utah 15. NO Kenny Vaccaro S Texas 16. Buf. E.J. Manuel QB Florida State 17. Pit. Jarvis Jones LB Georgia 18. SF Eric Reid S LSU 19. NYG Justin Pugh T Syracuse 20. Chi. Kyle Long G Oregon 21. Cin. Tyler Eifert TE Notre Dame 22. Atl. Desmond Trufant CB Washington 23. Min. Sharrif Floyd DT Florida 24. Ind. Bjoern Werner DE Florida State 25. Min. Xavier Rhodes CB Florida State 26. GB Datone Jones DE UCLA 27. Hou. DeAndre Hopkins WR Clemson 28. Den. Sylvester Williams DT North Carolina 29. Min. Cordarrelle Patterson WR Tennessee 30. StL Alec Ogletree LB Georgia 31. Dal. Travis Frederick C Wisconsin 32. Bal. Matt Elam S Florida 2014 No. Team Name Pos. College 1. Hou. Jadeveon Clowney DE South Carolina 2. StL Greg Robinson T Auburn 3. Jax. Blake Bortles QB Central Florida 4. Buf. Sammy Watkins WR Clemson 5. Oak. Khalil Mack LB Buffalo 6. Atl. Jake Matthews T Texas A&M 7. TB Mike Evans WR Texas A&M 8. Cle. Justin Gilbert CB Oklahoma State 9. Min. Anthony Barr LB UCLA 10. Det. Eric Ebron TE North Carolina 11. Ten. Taylor Lewan T Michigan 12. NYG Odell Beckham Jr. WR LSU 13. StL Aaron Donald DT Pittsburgh 14. Chi. Kyle Fuller CB Virginia Tech 15. Pit. Ryan Shazier LB Ohio State 16. Dal. Zack Martin T Notre Dame 17. Bal. C.J. Mosley LB Alabama 18. NYJ Calvin Pryor FS Louisville 19. Mia. Ja Wuan James T Tennessee 20. NO Brandin Cooks WR Oregon State 21. GB Ha Ha Clinton-Dix FS Alabama 22. Cle. Johnny Manziel QB Texas A&M 23. KC Dee Ford DE Auburn 24. Cin. Darqueze Dennard CB Michigan State 25. SD Jason Verrett CB TCU 26. Phi. Marcus Smith LB Louisville 27. Ari. Deone Bucannon SS Washington State 28. Car. Kelvin Benjamin WR Florida State 29. NE Dominique Easley DT Florida 30. SF Jimmie Ward SS Northern Illinois 31. Den. Bradley Roby CB Ohio State 32. Min. Teddy Bridgewater QB Louisville 2015 No. Team Name Pos. College 1. TB Jameis Winston QB Florida State 2. Ten. Marcus Mariota QB Oregon 3. Jax. Dante Fowler Jr. LB Florida 4. Oak. Amari Cooper WR Alabama 5. Was. Brandon Scherff G Iowa 6. NYJ Leonard Williams DE USC 7. Chi. Kevin White WR West Virginia 8. Atl. Vic Beasley LB Clemson 9. NYG Ereck Flowers G Miami (FL) 10. StL Todd Gurley RB Georgia 11. Min. Trae Waynes CB Michigan State 12. Cle. Danny Shelton NT Washington 13. NO Andrus Peat T Stanford 14. Mia. DeVante Parker WR Louisville 15. SD Melvin Gordon RB Wisconsin 16. Hou. Kevin Johnson CB Wake Forest 17. SF Arik Armstead DT Oregon 18. KC Marcus Peters CB Washington 19. Cle. Cameron Erving C Florida State 20. Phi. Nelson Agholor WR USC 21. Cin. Cedric Ogbuehi T Texas A&M 22. Pit. Bud Dupree LB Kentucky 23. Den. Shane Ray DE Missouri 24. Ari. D.J. Humphries T Florida 25. Car. Shaq Thompson LB Washington 26. Bal. Breshad Perriman WR Central Florida 27. Dal. Byron Jones CB Connecticut 28. Det. Laken Tomlinson G Duke 29. Ind. Phillip Dorsett WR Miami (FL) 30. GB Damarious Randall FS Arizona State 31. NO Stephone Anthony LB Clemson 32. NE Malcom Brown DT Texas

11 ALL-TIME DRAFT Nelson Agholor WR USC 2 47 Eric Rowe 1 CB Utah 3 84 Jordan Hicks LB Texas 6a 191 JaCorey Shepherd 1 CB Kansas 6b 196 Randall Evans CB Kansas St Brian Mihalik DE Boston College 1. The 47th overall selection (2nd - CB Eric Rowe) and the 191st overall selection (6th - CB JaCorey Shepherd) were obtained from the Miami Dolphins in exchange for the 52nd overall selection (2nd - NT Jordan Phillips), the 145th overall selection (5th - CB Bobby McCain) and the 156th overall selection (5th - WR Tony Lippett). The 145th overall selection was originally acquired from St. Louis in a 2015 trade involving QBs Sam Bradford and Nick Foles 2. The 113th overall pick (4th - DT Gabe Wright) was traded to Detroit in exchange for a rd round selection. The 113th overall pick was originally acquired from Buffalo in a 2014 trade involving RB Bryce Brown 3. The 119th overall pick (4th - T Andrew Donnal) was traded to St. Louis in a 2015 trade involving QBs Sam Bradford and Nick Foles Marcus Smith 1 LB Louisville 2 42 Jordan Matthews 2 WR Vanderbilt 3 86 Josh Huff WR Oregon Jaylen Watkins 3 DB Florida 5a 141 Taylor Hart 3 DE Oregon 5b 162 Ed Reynolds S Stanford Beau Allen 6 DT Wisconsin 1. The 22nd overall pick (1st - QB Johnny Manziel) was traded to Cleveland in a 2014 draft day trade for a 1st round pick (26th overall - LB Marcus Smith) and a 3rd round pick (83rd overall - traded to Houston) 2. The 54th overall pick (2nd - RB Bishop Sankey) and the 122nd overall pick (4th - S Marqueston Huff) were both traded to Tennessee in a 2014 draft day trade for a 2nd round pick (42nd overall - WR Jordan Matthews) 3. The 83rd overall pick (3rd - NT Louis Nix) originally acquired from Cleveland was traded to Houston in a 2014 draft day trade in exchange for a 4th round pick (101st overall - CB Jaylen Watkins) and a 5th round pick (141st overall - DE Taylor Hart) 4. The 169th overall pick (5th - OLB Ronald Powell) originally acquired from New England in a trade involving DT Isaac Sopoaga was traded to New Orleans in a deal involving RB Darren Sproles 5. The 198th overall selection (6th - DE Zach Moore) was traded to New England in a deal involving DT Isaac Sopoaga 6. The 224th overall selection (7th - DT Beau Allen) was acquired from Buffalo in a 2014 draft day deal involving RB Bryce Brown 7. The 237th overall selection (7th - T Seantrel Henderson) was traded to Buffalo in a 2014 draft day deal involving RB Bryce Brown Lane Johnson T Oklahoma 2 35 Zach Ertz TE Stanford 3 67 Bennie Logan DT LSU 4 98 Matt Barkley 1 QB USC Earl Wolff S North Carolina St. 7a 212 Joe Kruger 2 DE Utah 7b 218 Jordan Poyer 3 CB Oregon St. 7c 239 David King 4 DE Oklahoma 1. The 98th overall pick (4th - QB Matt Barkley) was obtained from Jacksonville in a 2013 draft day trade in exchange for a 4th round pick (101st overall - WR Ace Sanders) and a 7th round pick (210th overall - CB Demetrius McCray) 2. The 173rd overall pick (6th - T Vinston Painter) was traded to Cleveland in 2012 for S David Sims and a th round choice (212th overall - DE Joe Kruger) 3. The 196th overall pick (6th - G Jeff Baca) was traded to Tampa Bay for WR Arrelious Benn and a th round choice (218th overall - CB Jordan Poyer). The choice was originally obtained from Denver in a 2011 trade involving DT Brodrick Bunkley 4. The 239th overall pick (7th - DE David King) was a compensatory pick for loss of free agents in Fletcher Cox 1 DT Mississippi St. 2a 46 Mychal Kendricks LB California 2b 59 Vinny Curry 2 DE Marshall 3 88 Nick Foles 3 QB Arizona Brandon Boykin 2 CB Georgia Dennis Kelly T Purdue 6a 194 Marvin McNutt 5 WR Iowa 6b 200 Brandon Washington 6 G Miami (FL) Bryce Brown 7 RB Kansas St. 1. The 12th overall pick (1st - DE Fletcher Cox) was obtained from Seattle in a 2012 draft day trade in exchange for a 1st round pick (15th overall - DE Bruce Irvin), a 4th round pick (114th overall - DT Jaye Howard) and a 6th round pick (172nd overall - CB Jeremy Lane). The 172nd overall selection was originally acquired from Indianapolis in a 2012 trade involving Winston Justice 2. The 51st overall pick (2nd - DT Jerel Worthy) was sent to Green Bay in a 2012 draft day trade in exchange for a 2nd round pick (59th overall - DE Vinny Curry) and a 4th round pick (123rd overall - CB Brandon Boykin). The 51st pick was originally acquired from Arizona in a 2011 trade involving CB Dominique Rodgers- Cromartie and QB Kevin Kolb

12 ALL-TIME DRAFT 3. The 88th overall pick (3rd - QB Nick Foles) was obtained from Houston in a trade involving LB DeMeco Ryans. Houston received Philadelphia s 3rd round pick (76th overall - G Brandon Brooks) and 4th round pick (99th overall - C Ben Jones). The 99th overall selection was originally acquired from Tampa Bay in a 2011 draft day trade 4. The 187th overall pick (6th - S Josh Bush) was traded to Indianapolis in a 2012 trade involving T Winston Justice 5. The 194th overall pick (6th - WR Marvin McNutt) was obtained from Denver in a 2010 trade involving LB Joe Mays 6. The 200th overall pick (6th - G Brandon Washington) was obtained from New England in a 2010 trade involving LB Tracy White. Philadelphia sent the 223rd overall pick (7th - OLB Travis Lewis) to New England 7. The 229th overall pick (7th - RB Bryce Brown) was obtained from Atlanta in a trade involving CB Asante Samuel Danny Watkins G Baylor 2 54 Jaiquawn Jarrett S Temple 3 90 Curtis Marsh 1 CB Utah St. 4a 116 Casey Matthews 2 LB Oregon 4b 120 Alex Henery K Nebraska 5a 149 Dion Lewis 3 RB Pittsburgh 5b 161 Julian Vandervelde 4 G Iowa 6a 191 Jason Kelce 1 C Cincinnati 6b 193 Brian Rolle 4 LB Ohio St. 7a 237 Greg Lloyd 8 LB Connecticut 7b 240 Stanley Havili 8 RB USC 1. The 90th overall selection (3rd - CB Curtis Marsh) and the 191st overall selection (6th - C Jason Kelce) were obtained from Baltimore in a 2011 draft day trade in exchange for the 85th overall selection (3rd - T Jah Reid) 2. The 116th overall selection (4th - LB Casey Matthews) and a th round selection (99th overall - C Ben Jones) were obtained from Tampa Bay in a 2011 draft day trade in exchange for the 104th overall pick (4th - TE Luke Stocker). The 104th overall pick in 2011 and the 37th overall selection (2nd - S Nate Allen) in 2010 were originally acquired from Washington in a trade involving QB Donovan McNabb 3. The 149th overall selection (5th - RB Dion Lewis) and a th round selection (159th overall - WR Riley Cooper) were obtained from San Diego in a 2010 draft day trade in exchange for the 146th overall selection (5th - DT Cam Thomas). The 146th overall pick in 2010 was originally obtained by Philadelphia from Cleveland in a 2010 draft day trade 4. The 161st overall selection (5th - G Julian Vandervelde) and a 6th round draft choice (194th overall - DE Markell Carter) were obtained from the New York Jets in a 2011 draft day trade in exchange for the 153rd overall pick (5th - WR Jeremy Kerley) and the 227th overall pick (7th - WR Scotty McKnight). The 194th (6th - Carter) overall pick was traded to New England for the 193rd overall pick (6th - LB Brian Rolle). The 227th overall pick was originally acquired by the Eagles in a 2010 trade involving OL Stacy Andrews 5. The 184th overall selection (6th - DT David Carter) was traded to Arizona in 2010 for G Reggie Wells. The pick was originally acquired from Tampa Bay in a 2010 trade for WR Reggie Brown 6. The 186th overall selection (6th - OLB D.J. Smith) was traded to Detroit in a 2010 draft day trade 7. The 225th overall selection (7th - RB Anthony Allen) was traded to Baltimore in a 2010 trade involving DE Antwan Barnes 8. The 237th overall selection (7th - LB Greg Lloyd) and the 240th overall selection (7th - RB Stanley Havili) were compensatory pick for the loss of free agents in Brandon Graham 1 DE Michigan 2 37 Nate Allen 2 S South Florida 3 86 Daniel Te o-nesheim 3 DE Washington 4a 105 Trevard Lindley 4 CB Kentucky 4b 121 Keenan Clayton LB Oklahoma 4c 122 Mike Kafka 3 QB Northwestern 4d 125 Clay Harbor 3 TE Missouri St. 5a 134 Ricky Sapp 3 DE Clemson 5b 159 Riley Cooper 3 WR Florida Charles Scott 7 RB LSU 7a 220 Jamar Chaney 9 LB Mississippi St. 7b 243 Jeff Owens 11 DT Georgia 7c 244 Kurt Coleman 11 S Ohio St. 1. The 13th overall selection (1st - DE Brandon Graham) was obtained from Denver in exchange for the 24th overall selection (1st - Dez Bryant), 70th overall selection (3rd - TE Ed Dickson) and 87th overall selection (3rd - WR Eric Decker). The 70th overall pick (Dickson) was originally acquired from Seattle in a 2009 draft day trade 2. The 37th overall selection (2nd- S Nate Allen) and the 104th overall pick (4th - TE Luke Stocker) in 2011 were originally acquired from Washington in a trade involving QB Donovan Mc- Nabb 3. The 55th overall selection (2nd - LB Sean Lee) was traded to Dallas in a 2010 draft day trade for the 59th overall pick (2nd - RB Montario Hardesty) and the 125th overall pick (4th - TE Clay Harbor). The 59th overall pick (Hardesty) was traded to Cleveland for the 71st overall pick (3rd - S Morgan Burnett), 134th overall pick (5th - Ricky Sapp) and 146th overall pick (5th - DT Cam Thomas). The 71st overall pick (Burnett) was traded to Green Bay for the 86th overall pick (3rd - DE Daniel Te o-nesheim) and 122nd overall pick (4th - QB Mike Kafka). The 146th overall pick (Thomas) was traded to San Diego in a 2010 draft day trade for the 159th overall choice (5th - WR Riley Cooper) and the 149th overall selection (5th - RB Dion Lewis) in The 105th overall selection (4th - CB Trevard Lindley) and the 137th overall selection (5th - CB Perrish Cox) were acquired from Cleveland in a 2010 trade involving LB Alex Hall, CB Sheldon Brown and LB Chris Gocong. The 137th overall pick (Cox) was dealt to Denver in a 2010 deal involving LB Ernie Sims

13 ALL-TIME DRAFT 5. The 127th overall selection (4th - DE E.J. Wilson) was traded to Seattle in a 2010 trade involving DE Darryl Tapp and DE Chris Clemons. The 127th overall pick (Wilson) was originally acquired from the New York Jets in a 2009 trade involving CB Lito Sheppard 6. The 163rd overall selection (5th - S Reshad Jones) was traded to St. Louis in a 2009 trade involving LB Will Witherspoon and WR Brandon Gibson. Pick was originally acquired from New Orleans in a 2009 draft day trade 7. The 200th overall selection (6th - RB Charles Scott) was acquired from Indianapolis in a 2009 draft day trade 8. The 192nd overall selection (6th - LB Danny Batten) was traded to Buffalo in a 2009 deal involving T Jason Peters 9. The 220th overall selection (7th - Chaney) was obtained from Detroit in a 2010 draft day trade for the 186th overall selection (6th - OLB D.J. Smith) in The 231st overall selection (7th - T Selvish Capers) was traded to New England in a 2009 trade involving WR Greg Lewis 11. The 243rd overall selection (7th - DT Jeff Owens) and 244th overall selection (7th - S Kurt Coleman) were compensatory picks for the loss of free agents in Jeremy Maclin 1 WR Missouri 2 53 LeSean McCoy RB Pittsburgh 5a 153 Cornelius Ingram 4 TE Florida 5b 157 Macho Harris CB Virginia Tech 5c 159 Fenuki Tupou 5 T Oregon Brandon Gibson WR Washington St. 7a 213 Paul Fanaika 3 G Arizona St. 7b 230 Moise Fokou LB Maryland 1. The 19th overall selection (1st - WR Jeremy Maclin) was obtained from Cleveland for the 21st overall choice (1st - C Alex Mack) and the 195th overall choice (6th - RB James Davis) 2. The 28th overall selection (1st - C Eric Wood) and 121st overall selection (4th - TE Shawn Nelson) in 2009 and the 192nd overall selection (6th - LB Danny Batten) in 2010 were traded to Buffalo in a trade involving T Jason Peters. The 28th overall pick (Wood) was originally acquired from Carolina in a 2008 draft day trade 3. The 85th overall selection (3rd - WR Ramses Barden) was traded to the New York Giants in exchange for the 91st overall pick (3rd - WR Deon Butler) and 164th overall pick (5th - P Thomas Morstead). The 91st overall selection (Butler) was traded to Seattle for the 137th overall pick (5th - LB Jason Phillips) & the 213th overall pick (7th - G Paul Fanaika) in 2009 and the 70th overall pick (3rd - TE Ed Dickson) in The 137th overall pick (Phillips) along with the 141st overall pick (5th - WR Kenny McKinley) were traded to New England for CB Ellis Hobbs. The 141st pick (McKinley) was originally acquired from Cleveland in a 2008 draft day trade 4. The 153rd overall selection (5th - TE Cornelius Ingram) and the 127th overall selection (4th - DE E.J. Wilson) in 2010 were acquired by the New York Jets in exchange for CB Lito Sheppard 5. The 159th overall selection (5th - T Fenuki Tupou) was acquired from the New England Patriots in exchange for WR Greg Lewis and the 231st overall selection (7th - T Selvish Capers) in The 164th overall selection (5th - P Thomas Morstead) was traded to the New Orleans Saints in 2009 draft day trade for the 222nd overall pick (7th - P Pat McAfee) and the 163rd overall selection (5th - S Reshad Jones) in The 163rd overall pick (Jones) in 2010 was sent to St. Louis in 2009 in a trade involving WR Brandon Gibson and LB Will Witherspoon. The 222nd overall pick (McAfee) was traded to Indianapolis in a 2009 draft day trade for the 200th overall selection (6th - RB Charles Scott) in a 47 Trevor Laws 1 DT Notre Dame 2b 49 DeSean Jackson WR California 3 80 Bryan Smith DE McNeese St. 4a 109 Mike McGlynn 1 G Pittsburgh 4b 117 Quintin Demps 1 S UTEP 4c 131 Jack Ikegwuonu 3 CB Wisconsin 6a 184 Mike Gibson G California 6b 200 Joe Mays 5 LB North Dakota St. 6c 203 Andy Studebaker 5 LB Wheaton King Dunlap 7 T Auburn 1. The 19th overall selection (1st - T Jeff Otah) was traded to the Carolina Panthers in a 2008 draft day trade in exchange for the 43rd overall pick (2nd - S Tyrell Johnson), the 109th overall pick (4th - G Mike McGlynn) and the 28th overall pick (1st - C Eric Wood) in The 43rd overall pick (Johnson) and the 152nd overall pick (5th - DT Letroy Guion) were traded to Minnesota in a 2008 draft day trade in exchange for the 47th overall selection (2nd - DT Trevor Laws) and the 117th overall pick (4th - S Quintin Demps). The 28th overall pick (Wood) in 2009 was traded to Buffalo in a 2009 draft day trade involving T Jason Peters 2. The 115th overall selection (4th - DT Dre Moore) was traded to Miami in exchange for RB Lorenzo Booker 3. The 131st overall selection (4th - CB Jack Ikegwuonu) was a compensatory pick for the loss of free agents in The 191st overall pick (6th - WR Paul Hubbard) was traded to the Cleveland Browns in exchange for the 141st overall pick (5th - WR Kenny McKinley) in The 141st pick (McKinley) in 2009 was traded to New England in 2009 for CB Ellis Hobbs. The 191st overall pick (Hubbard) was originally obtained from the Browns in 2006 in exchange for C Hank Fraley 5. The 200th overall selection (6th - LB Joe Mays) and the 203rd overall selection (6th - LB Andy Studebaker) were compensatory picks for the loss of free agents in The 224th overall selection (7th - WR Steve Johnson) was traded to the Buffalo Bills in 2007 with DT Darwin Walker for LB Takeo Spikes and QB Kelly Holcomb 7. The 230th overall selection (7th - T King Dunlap) was obtained from the Seattle Seahawks in a 2006 trade for FB Josh Parry

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