2012 NFL Mock Draft (7 Rounds)

During the week, I engaged in a Twitter mock draft facilitated by the National Football Post. Last year was my first time apart of twitter mocks, and I must say, it is very cool and innovative. The beauty of these are, you’re bringing 32 NFL draftniks together on one platform, to be general managers of each team.

I was honored when asked to be the Washington Redskins General Manager. Unfortunately, I took over the football operations after the first round pick was selected… But I did give input on the 1st pick and managed to haul a decent group of players, giving a realistic feel to help understand what exactly goes into drafting football players.

With these twitter mocks, it also gives you a sense at the depth each draft has. Overall, its a fun way to do a mock draft, and it gives you a realistic feel having other GM’s participating.

*Each Redskins pick will be linked with a scouting report by NFP’s Scout, Wes Bunting.

*Trades were used in this mock, including both draft picks (up to 2013) and players. I’ll explain the trades after each round.

Round 1:
1) Indianapolis (2-14) – Andrew Luck, QB, Stanford
2) St. Louis (2-14) – Matt Kalil, OT, USC
3) Seattle from Minnesota (3-13) – Robert Griffin III, QB, Baylor
4) Cleveland (4-12) – Morris Claiborne, CB, LSU
5) Jacksonville from Tampa Bay (4-12) - Justin Blackmon, WR, Oklahoma State
6) Washington (5-11) - Riley Reiff, OT, Iowa
7) Tampa Bay from Jacksonville (5-11) – David DeCastro, OG, Stanford
8) Miami (6-10) – Ryan Tannehill, QB, Texas A&M
9) Jets from Carolina (6-10) – Jonathan Martin, OT, Stanford
10) Buffalo (6-10) – Quinton Coples, DE, UNC
11) Kansas City (7-9) – Mike Adams, OT, Ohio State
12) Minnesota from Seattle (7-9) – Michael Floyd, WR, Notre Dame
13) Arizona (8-8) – Nick Perry, OLB, USC
14) San Diego from Dallas (8-8) – Dont’a Hightower, ILB, Alabama
15) Philadelphia (8-8) – Luke Kuechly, ILB, Boston College
16) New York Jets (8-8) - Courtney Upshaw, OLB, Alabama
17) Cincinnati – from Oakland (8-8) – Trent Richardson, RB, Alabama
18) Dallas from San Diego (8-8) – Dre Kirkpatrick, CB, Alabama
19) Chicago (8-8) – Peter Konz, C, Wisconsin
20) Tennessee (9-7) – Devon Still, DT, Penn State
21) Chicago from Cincinnati* (9-7) – Cordy Glenn, OG, Georgia
22) Cleveland – from Atlanta* (10-6) – Kendall Wright, WR, Baylor
23) Detroit* (10-6) – Melvin Ingram, OLB, South Carolina
24) Pittsburgh* (12-4) – Alameda Ta’amu, NT, Washington
25) Denver* (8-8) – Michael Brockers, DT, LSU
26) Houston* (10-6) – Dontari Poe, NT, Memphis
27) New Orleans from New England – from New Orleans* (13-3) – Fletcher Cox, DT, Miss St.
28) Green Bay* (15-1) – Vinny Curry, OLB, Marshall
29) Baltimore* (12-4) – Vontaze Burfict, ILB, Arizona State
30) San Francisco* (13-3) – Mohamed Sanu, WR, Rutgers
31) New England* (13-3) – Whitney Mercilus, DE, Illinois
32) New York Giants* (9-7) – Janoris Jenkins, CB, North Alabama

Atlanta -> Cleveland: Julio Jones
New Orleans -> New England: Mark Ingram
Oakland -> Cincinnati: Carson Palmer

TRADES:

  • Seattle traded its 12th and 43rd picks and a 2013 1st round pick to the Vikings for the 3rd pick.
  • Bucs traded 5th overall to Jaguars for the 7th, 38th, 71st, and 135th picks AND a 2013 2nd rd pick
  • Panthers sent 9th, 105th, and FS Jordan Pugh for Jets 2013 1st, 2012 47th, 78th picks and CB Kyle Wilson.
  • Cowboys traded 14th pick to Chargers for 18th and 80th picks.
  • Rams have agreed to trade 2012 3rd rd pick to Redskins for their 2013 2nd rd pick.
  • Bears agreed to a trade for Bengals 21st pick for the Bears 2nd (50) 3rd (81) & a 2013 1st round pick.
  • Patriots trade 27th (1st) and 95th (3rd) picks to Saints for 2013 1st, and 2012 59th (2nd) and 91th (3rd).

My take on the Redskins first round pick: As said, I wasn’t apart of the draft during the 1st round. If I had the chance to pick a player, I would have attempted to trade up for Robert Griffin III. However, this is a scenario that could happen. The Redskins may not trade up for RG3, which opens plenty of options for that slot. In this particular mock, Washington selected Riley Reiff, who is a great player with huge upside. That’s a solid pick to solidify both tackle spots.

Round 2:

1(33) – Carolina from St. Louis (2-14) – Alshon Jeffrey, WR, South Carolina
2(34) – Indianapolis (2-14) – Coby Fleener, TE, Stanford
3(35) – Minnesota (3-13) – Chase Minnifield, CB, Virginia
4(36) – Philadelphia from Tampa Bay (4-12) – Mark Barron, S, Alabama
5(37) – Cleveland (4-12) – Lamar Miller, RB, Miami
6(38) – Tampa Bay from Jacksonville (5-11) – Zach Brown, OLB, UNC
7(39) – Cincinnati from Washington (5-11) – Stephon Gilmore, CB, S.Carolina
8(40) – Carolina (6-10) – Brandon Thompson, DT, Clemson
9(41) – New England from Buffalo (6-10) – Jerel Worthy, DT, Michigan State
10(42) – Miami (6-10) - Markelle Martin, FS, Oklahoma State
11(43) – Minnesota from Seattle (7-9) – Kelechi Osemele, OG, Iowa State
12(44) – Chicago from Kansas City (7-9) – Alfonzo Dennard, CB, Nebraska
13(45) – Dallas (8-8) – Jared Crick, DE/DT, Nebraska
14(46) – Philadelphia (8-8) – Brandon Boykin, CB, Georgia
15(47) – Carolina from New York Jets (8-8) – Cam Johnson, DE, Virginia
16(48) – Buffalo from New England – from Oakland (8-8) – Orson Charles, TE, Georgia
17(49) – Cincinnati from San Diego (8-8) – Rueben Randle, WR, LSU
18(50) – Washington from Cincinnatti from Chicago (8-8) - Brandon Weeden, QB, Oklahoma State
19(51) – Houston from Tampa Bay from Philadelphia – from Arizona (8-8) – Stephen Hill, WR, Georgia Tech
20(52) – Tennessee (9-7) – Kevin Zeitler, OG, Wisconsin
21(53) – San Diego from Cincinnati* (9-7) – Andrew Datko, OT, Florida State
22(54) – Detroit* (10-6) – Cliff Harris, CB, Oregon
23(55) – Atlanta* (10-6) – Mitchell Schwartz, OT, Cal
24(56) – Pittsburgh* (12-4) – Doug Martin, RB, Boise State
25(57) – Denver* (8-8) - David Wilson, RB, Virginia Tech
26(58) – Houston* (10-6) – Leonard Johnson, CB, Iowa State
27(59) – New England from New Orleans* (13-3) – Brandon Washington, OG, Miami
28(60) – Green Bay* (15-1) - Kendall Reyes, DE/DT, Connecticut
29(61) – Baltimore* (12-4) - Ronnell Lewis, OLB, Oklahoma
30(62) – San Francisco* (13-3) - Jamell Fleming, CB, Oklahoma
31(63) – Pittsburgh from New England* (13-3) – Casey Hayward, CB, Vanderbilt
32(64) – New York Giants* (9-7) - Dwayne Allen, TE, Clemson

Oakland -> New England: Joseph Barksdale and Taiwan Jones
Arizona -> Philadelphia: Kevin Kolb

TRADES:

  • Rams trade 33 to Panthers for previously acquired NY Jets 2013 1st rd pick.
  • The Bucs trade 36th pick to eagles for Asante Samuel and 51st pick.
  • Redskins have traded 39 overall to the Bengals for 50 overall, their 4th and 6th round pick.
  • No.44 and No.139 to Bears from KC for Lance Briggs and No.112.
  • Pats trade 48 and 91 to Buffalo for 41, 137, and 168.
  • Bengals trade 53 & 159 for Chargers 49.
  • Bucs trade 69th pick to the Bills for Fred Jackson and Terrance McGee.
  • Raiders LB Kamerion Wimbley, 2012 (5) 13; to the Saints for S Roman Harper, 2012 (6)7, 2012 (7) 27, and 2013 (7).
  • Texans trade 90th, 122nd and pick 218 to the Bucs for the 51st pick.
  • Patriots trade 63 to Steelers for 88, 120 and 2013 2nd round pick.

Redskins 2nd round pick review: In the 2nd round, I decided to target a QB. Unfortunately the guy I really wanted (Ryan Tannehill) went to the Dolphins in the 1st round. Again, this gives you a real life scenario, because if the Redskins do target Tannehill, you may not be able to take a risk by not selecting him at 6 overall. I decided to trade down in the second round, and select Brandon Weeden.

Round 3:
1(65) – Cincinnati from Indianapolis (2-14) – Amini Silatolu, G, Midwestern St
2(66) – New Orleans from Kansas City from Redskins from St. Louis (2-14) – Harrison Smith, S, Notre Dame
3(67) – Minnesota (3-13) – Emmanuel Acho, LB, Texas
4(68) – Cleveland (4-12) – Andre Branch, DE, Clemson
5(69) – Buffalo from Tampa Bay (4-12) – Josh Norman, CB, Costal Carolina
6(70) – Washington (5-11) – Joe Adams, WR, Arkansas
7(71) – Tampa Bay from Jacksonville (5-11) – T.Y. Hilton, WR, Florida Intl
8(72) – Buffalo (6-10) – Lavonte David, LB, Nebraska
9(73) – Miami (6-10) – Zebrie Sanders, OT, FSU
10(74) – Dallas from Chicago – from Carolina (6-10) – Ben Jones, C, Georgia
11(75) – Kansas City (7-9) - Nick Foles, QB, Arizona
12(76) – Seattle (7-9) – Bobby Wagner, LB, Utah ST
13(77) – Philadelphia (8-8) – Demario Davis, OLB, Arkansas State
14(78) – Carolina from New York Jets (8-8) – George Iloka, S, Boise State
15(79) – Oakland (8-8) – Raiders used 3rd-round pick on Terrelle Pryor in supplemental draft
16(80) – Chicago from Dallas from San Diego (8-8) – Travis Lewis, LB, Oklahoma
17(81) – Indianapolis from Cincinnatti from Chicago (8-8) – Josh Chapman, DT, Alabama
18(82) – Arizona (8-8) – Brandon Mosely, OT, Auburn
19(83) – Dallas (8-8) – Bruce Irvin, OLB, West Virginia
20(84) – Tennessee (9-7) - Keenan Robinson, OLB, Texas
21(85) – Indianapolis from Cincinnati* (9-7) – Shea McClellin, OLB, Boise State
22(86) – Atlanta* (10-6) – Christian Thompson, FS, South Carolina State
23(87) – Detroit* (10-6) – Levy Adcock, OT, Oklahoma State
24(88) – New England from Pittsburgh* (12-4) – Michael Brewster, C, Ohio State
25(89) – Denver* (8-8) – Malik Jackson, DE, Tennessee
26(90) – Tampa Bay from Houston* (10-6) – James-Michael Johnson, ILB, Nevada
27(91) – Buffalo from New England from New Orleans* (13-3) – Matt McCants, OT, Alabama-Birmingham
28(92) – Green Bay* (15-1) – Trumaine Johnson, CB/S, Montana
29(93) – Baltimore* (12-4) – Senio Kelemete, OG, Washington
30(94) – San Francisco* (13-3) – Lucas Nix, OG, Pitt
31(95) – Kansas City from New Orleans from New England* (13-3) – Chandler Jones, DE, Syracuse
32(96) – New York Giants* (9-7) – Brandon Brooks, OG, Miami

Carolina -> Chicago: Greg Olsen

TRADES:

  • Chiefs now pick at 66 and 181 with Redskins receiving picks 108 and 112 from KC.
  • The Colts send 65 and 98 to the Bengals for 81, 85 and 213.
  • Chiefs trade No.66 and No.203 to Saints for RB Pierre Thomas, No.95, and No.123.
  • Cowboys trade 80 and 145 to Bears for 74 and 205.

Redskins 3rd round review: Earlier in the draft, Washington traded for an extra 3rd round pick from the Rams. I took that pick and traded it to the Chiefs. After that trade, I ended up with five 4th round draft picks. Using the Redskins original 3rd round pick, I chose Joe Adams. I’m a huge fan of his. I hoped to trade back into the 2nd round for Stephen Hill, who I’m also very high on, however he was selected right after I took Brandon Weeden.

Round 4:
1(97) – St. Louis (2-14) – Isaiah Pead, RB Cincinnatti
2(98) – Cincinnati from Indianapolis (2-14) – Sean Spence, OLB, Miami
3(99) – Minnesota (3-13) – Nate Potter, OT, Boise State
4(100) – Philadelphia – from Tampa Bay (4-12) – Jarius Wright, WR, Arkansas
5(101) – Cleveland (4-12) – Bobby Massie, RT, Ole Miss
6(102) – Jacksonville (5-11) – Markus Zusevics OT Iowa
7(103) – Washington (5-11) - Coryell Judie, CB, Texas A&M
8(104) – Miami (6-10) – Mychal Kendricks ILB California
9(105) – Jets from Carolina (6-10) – Nick Toon, WR, Wisconsin
10(106) – Buffalo (6-10) – Marvin Jones, WR, Cal
11(107) – Seattle (7-9) – LaMichael James, RB, Oregon
12(108) – Washington from Kansas City (7-9) – Jayron Hosley, VTech, CB
13(109) – New York Jets (8-8) – Jeff Allen OG Illinois
14(110) – Washington – from Oakland (8-8) – Marvin McNutt, WR, Iowa
15(111) – San Diego (8-8) – Tony Dye, SS UCLA
16(112) – Washington from Kansas City from Chicago (8-8) - Derek Dennis, OG, Temple
17(113) – Arizona (8-8) – David Molk, C, Michigan
18(114) – Dallas (8-8) – Tony Bergstrom, G, Utah
19(115) – Philadelphia (8-8) – Dajohn Harris, DT, USC
20(116) – Tennessee (9-7) – Ryan Steed, CB, Furman
21(117) – Washington from Cincinnati* (9-7) – Chris Rainey, WR, Florida
22(118) – Detroit* (10-6) – Trenton Robinson FS Michigan State
23(119) – Cleveland – from Atlanta* (10-6) – Nigel Bradham, OLB, FSU
24(120) – New England from Pittsburgh* (12-4) – Brian Quick, WR, Appalachian State
25(121) – Denver* (8-8) – Asa Jackson CB California Poly
26(122) – Tampa Bay from Houston* (10-6) – Brandon Taylor FS Louisiana State
27(123) – Kansas City from New Orleans* (13-3) – James Brown, OT, Troy
28(124) – Green Bay* (15-1) – Bernard Pierce, RB, Temple
29(125) – Buffalo – from Baltimore* (12-4) – Chris Polk, RB, Washington
30(126) – San Francisco* (13-3) – Tyrone Crawford, DE, Boise State
31(127) – New England* (13-3) – Audie Cole, OLB, N.C. State
32(128) – New York Giants* (9-7) – Robert Turbin, RB, Utah State

Atlanta -> Cleveland: Julio Jones
Oakland -> Washington: Jason Campbell
Tampa Bay -> Philadelphia: Luke Stocker
Baltimore -> Buffalo: Lee Evans

TRADES:

  • Panthers have traded their 6th (170) and 7th (201) round pick, plus a 2013 6th round pick to the Saints for 141.

Redskins 4th round review: Thanks to a few trades I made, and the original 2 fourth round picks, the Redskins ended up with a whopping 5 fourth round draft picks. As I said, this gives you a good feel of the depth in this draft, and the 4th round could be a money round for teams.   With the 5 fourth round draft picks, I went best player available with need in mind.  Hosley and Judie are two Cb’s with great potential, and would solidify the Redskins secondary. I somewhat regret the Marvin McNutt pick, I should have gone with my guy Tommy Streeter… however, going by the draft board, McNutt was ranked higher. I felt very good about selecting Derek Dennis, who for his size, is very athletic.

Round 5:
1(129) – Indianapolis (2-14) – Derek Wolfe, DE, Cincinnati
2(130) – Denver – from St. Louis (2-14) – Jerry Franklin, ILB, Arkansas
3(131) – Minnesota (3-13) – Gerell Robinson, WR, Arizona State
4(132) – Cleveland (4-12) – Ryan Broyles, WR, Oklahoma
5(133) – Tampa Bay (4-12) – Evan Rodriguez, FB, Temple
6(134) – Washington (5-11) - Shawn Loiseau, ILB, Merrimack
7(135) – Tampa Bay from Jacksonville (5-11) – Mike Martin, DT, Michigan
8(136) – Carolina (6-10) – Terrell Manning,OLB, NC State
9(137) – New England from Buffalo (6-10) – Shaun Prater, CB, Iowa
10(138) – Miami (6-10) – Ladarius Green, TE, ULL
11(139) – Chicago from Kansas City (7-9) – Cyrus Gray, RB, Texas A&M
12(140) – Buffalo from Seattle (7-9) – Kirk Cousins, QB, Michigan State
13(141) – Oakland from Carolina from New Orleans from Oakland (8-8) – Micah Pellerin, CB, Hampton
14(142) – San Diego (8-8) – Jack Crawford, DE, Penn State
15(143) – Chicago (8-8) – Michael Egnew, TE, Missouri
16(144) – Arizona (8-8) – Devon Wylie, WR, Fresno State
17(145) – Chicago from Dallas (8-8) – Donte Paige-Moss, DE, North Carolina
18(146) – Philadelphia (8-8) – Brock Osweiler, QB, Arizona State
19(147) – New York Jets (8-8) – Billy Winn, DE/DT, Boise State
20(148) – Tennessee (9-7) – Juron Criner, WR, Arizona
21(149) – Cincinnati* (9-7) – Antonio Allen, S, South Carolina
22(150) – Atlanta* (10-6) – Marc Tyler, RB, USC
23(151) – Detroit* (10-6) – Tank Carder, OLB, TCU
24(152) – Pittsburgh* (12-4) – Ryan Lindley, QB, San Diego State
25(153) – Oakland from Philadelphia from Denver* (8-8) – Kyle Wilber, OLB, Wake Forest
26(154) – Houston* (10-6) – Jonathan Massaquoi, OLB, Troy
27(155) – New Orleans* (13-3) – Marcus Forston, DT, Miami
28(156) – Green Bay* (15-1) - DeAngelo Peterson, TE, LSU
29(157) – Baltimore* (12-4) - Philip Blake, C, Baylor
30(158) – San Francisco* (13-3) - Aaron Henry, FS, Wisconsin
31(159) – San Diego from Cincinnati – from New England* (13-3) - David Snow, C, Texas
32(160) – New York Giants* (9-7) - Donnie Fletcher, CB, Boston College

New England -> Cincinnati: Chad Ochocinco
St. Louis -> Denver: Brandon Lloyd

TRADES:

  • Trade: Eagles send 185 and 191 to Broncos for 153.
  • Panthers trade this pick, 2013 5th round pick, 2013 7th round pick, QB Jimmy Clausen to Raiders for OT Joseph Barksdale.

Round 6:
1(161) – St. Louis (2-14) – Kelcie McCray SS Arkansas State
2(162) – Indianapolis (2-14) - Winston Guy Jr. SS Kentucky
3(163) – Minnesota (3-13) -  Jaye Howard DT Florida
4(164) – Tampa Bay (4-12) - Chris Givens WR Wake Forest
5(165) – Cleveland (4-12) – BJ Coleman, QB, Tenn-Chattanooga
6(166) – Jacksonville (5-11) – Brett Roy OLB Nevada
7(167) – Oakland from New Orleans – from Washington (5-11) - Akiem Hicks, DT, University of Regina
8(168) – New England from Buffalo (6-10) - Chase Ford, TE, Miami
9(169) – New Orleans – from Miami (6-10) – Matt Reynolds, OT  BYU
10(170) – New Orleans from Carolina (6-10) – Omar Bolden, CB, ASU
11(171) – Seattle (7-9) - Jake Bequette – DE – Arkansas
12(172) – Kansas City (7-9) - Rhett Ellison TE Southern California
13(173) -San Diego (8-8) - Dominique Hamilton DT Missouri
14(174) – Chicago (8-8) – Josh Kaddu, OLB, Oregon
15(175) – Arizona (8-8) - Joe Looney OG Wake Forest
16(176) – Dallas (8-8) - Robert Blanton, CB, Notre Dame
17(177) – Philadelphia (8-8) – Dan Herron, RB, Ohio State
18(178) – New York Jets (8-8) – Case Keenum, QB, Houston
9(179) – Oakland (8-8) - Aaron Corp, QB, Richmond
20(180) – Tennessee (9-7) – Tydreke Powell, DT, UNC
21(181) – Kansas City from Washington from Cincinnati* (9-7) - Janzen Jackson, FS/CB, McNeese State
22(182) – Detroit* (10-6) - DeVier Posey WR Ohio State
23(183) – Atlanta* (10-6) - Brandon Lindsey OLB Pittsburgh
24(184) – Pittsburgh* (12-4) - Devon Ramsay, FB, UNC
25(185) – Denver from Philadelphia – from Denver* (8-8) - Jeff Fuller-WR-Tex A&M
26(186) – Houston* (10-6) - Eric Page, WR, Toledo
27(187) – Miami – from New Orleans* (13-3) - Tommy Streeter WR Miami
28(188) – Green Bay* (15-1) - Quenton Saulsberry, C, Mississippi St.
29(189) – Baltimore* (12-4) - Dwight Jones – WR – North Carolina
30(190) – San Francisco* (13-3) - Miles Burris OLB San Diego State
31(191) – Denver from Philadelphia – from New England* (13-3) - Russell Wilson, QB, Wisconsin
32(192) – New York Giants* (9-7) - Kheeston Randall DT Texas

Denver -> Philadelphia: Joe Mays
Washington -> New Orleans: Jammal Brown
New England -> Philadelphia: Tracy White
New Orleans <-> Miami: Reggie Bush

Round 7:
1(193) – Indianapolis (2-14) – James Carmon, OT, Mississippi State
2(194) – St. Louis (2-14) – Robert Golden, CB, Arizona
3(195) – Minnesota (3-13) – Mike Harris, CB, Florida State
4(196) – Cleveland (4-12) – Drew Butler, P, Georgia
5(197) – Tampa Bay (4-12) – Tom Compton, OT, South Dakota
6(198) – Washington (5-11) -  Brian Linthicum, TE, Michigan
7(199) – Jacksonville (5-11) – Kevin Koger, TE, Michigan
8(200) – Miami (6-10) – A.J. Jenkins, WR, Illinois
9(201) – New Orleans from Carolina (6-10) – Jarrett Boykin, WR, Virginia Tech
10(202) – Buffalo (6-10) -  Kelvin Beachum, OG, Southern Methodist
11(203) – New Orleans from Kansas City (7-9) – Darius Fleming OLB, Notre Dame
12(204) – Seattle (7-9) – Julian Miller, DE, West Virginia
13(205) – Dallas from Chicago (8-8) -  B.J. Cunningham, WR, Michigan
14(206) – Arizona (8-8) – Keith Tandy, CB, West Virginia
15(207) – Dallas (8-8) – Chris Marve, ILB, Vanderbilt
16(208) – Minnesota – from New England via Philadelphia (8-8) – Sammy Brown, OLB, Houston
17(209) – New York Jets (8-8) – Cameron Chism, CB, Maryland
18(210) – Seattle – from Oakland (8-8) – Eddie Whitley, FS,Virginia Tech
19(211) – San Diego (8-8) – Danny Trevathan, OLB, Kentucky
20(212) – Tennessee (9-7) – Danny Coale, WR, VaTech
21(213) – Indianapolis from Cincinnati* (9-7) – T.J. Graham, WR, North Carolina State
22(214) – Atlanta* (10-6) – Brad Smelley, TE, Alabama
23(215) – Detroit* (10-6) – Tauren Poole, RB, Tenn
24(216) – Pittsburgh* (12-4) – Kevin Fitzpatrick, K, Tulsa
25(217) – Denver* (8-8) – Desmond Marrow, CB, Toledo
26(218) – Cincinnati from NY Jets from Tampa Bay from Houston* (10-6) – Adrian Hamilton, DE/OLB, Prairie View
27(219) – Oakland from New Orleans* (13-3) -  Ryan Miller, OT, Colorado
28(220) – Green Bay* (15-1) – Trevor Guyton, DE, California
29(221) – Baltimore* (12-4) – Olivier Vernon, DE, Miami
30(222) – San Francisco* (13-3) – Chris Owusu, WR, Stanford
31(223) – Kansas City – from New England* (13-3) -  Rishaw Johnson, OG, California (PA)
32(224) – New York Giants* (9-7) – Scott Solomon, DE, Rice

Philadelphia -> New England -> Minnesota: Tracy White; Randy Moss
New England -> Kansas City: Jarrad Page
Oakland -> Seattle: Aaron Curry

TRADES:

Bucs trade WR Arrelious Benn and 218 to NYJETS for 2013 3rd pick.
NYJETS trade pick 218 to the BENGALS for CB Brandon Ghee and S Jeromy Miles

Redskins Haul:

  • Riley Reiff, T
  • Brandon Weeden, QB
  • Joe Adams, WR
  • Coryell Judie, CB
  • Jayron Hosley, CB
  • Marvin McNutt, WR
  • Derek Dennis, OG
  • Chris Rainey, Playmaker
  • Shawn Losieau, ILB
  • Brian Linthicum, TE

 


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