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2014 Three-Round NFL Mock Draft, Final Version

2014 NFL Mock Draft: Three-Round Final Version

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After months of speculation, draft day is almost upon us. Thanks to the draft being pushed back into May this year, there have been even more rumors thrown out in regards to how the draft will play out given there's been more airtime and web content to fill. With just over 24 hours remaining until the Texans step to the podium, here is the final 2014 NFL Mock Draft.

1. Houston Texans- Jadeveon Clowney, DE, South Carolina

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1. Houston Texans- Jadeveon Clowney, DE, South Carolina

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Clowney is still the best player in this draft and none of the QBs are sure enough bets to dissuade Houston from pairing the DE with JJ Watt to form a formidable QB-chasing pairing. Even though Clowney doesn’t project as well as a 3-4 rush LB, Romeo Crennel will find a way to maximize his potential.

2. St. Louis Rams- Sammy Watkins, WR, Clemson

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2. St. Louis Rams- Sammy Watkins, WR, Clemson

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While the Rams might opt for a tackle to spell Jake Long here, Watkins may prove too enticing to pass up. Although he doesn’t have elite size, Watkins' ability to separate from defenders and create after the catch will make him a welcome sight for the frequently stagnant St. Louis offense.

3. Jacksonville Jaguars- Khalil Mack, OLB, Buffalo

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3. Jacksonville Jaguars- Khalil Mack, OLB, Buffalo

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The Jaguars could opt for a signal-caller here, but they’re also in desperate need of a difference-making pass rusher. While Mack might be a better scheme fit as a rush LB in a 3-4, the Leo role in Gus Bradley’s defense caters to pass-rushing linebackers in a 4-3, making this seem like a natural fit.

4. Cleveland Browns- Johnny Manziel, QB, Texas A&M

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4. Cleveland Browns- Johnny Manziel, QB, Texas A&M

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The Browns are in need of both a franchise QB and a spark plug for their downtrodden fanbase. Only one player in this draft class can check off both boxes and that’s Manziel, who even with less than ideal size and pocket skills, makes teams salivate over his playmaking ability.

5. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (trade No. 7 and a 2015 2nd Rounder to OAK for No. 5)- Mike Evans, WR, Texas A&M

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5. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (trade No. 7 and a 2015 2nd Rounder to OAK for No. 5)- Mike Evans, WR, Texas A&M

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We have our first trade. With Watkins off the board and the danger of Buffalo trading ahead of them to grab Evans, Tampa preemptively moves up to take Evans. Although the price may seem steep to move up a few spots, the Bucs are in desperate need of receiving help after trading mercurial Mike Williams to Buffalo and watching Tiquan Underwood sign in Carolina.

6. Atlanta Falcons- Greg Robinson, OT, Auburn

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6. Atlanta Falcons- Greg Robinson, OT, Auburn

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The Falcons, who are hoping to land one of the top tackles in the draft, will be thrilled when they see THE top tackle still on the board for their pick. Robinson’s size and speed combo at tackle is second to none in this class, and he would shore up a very suspect Atlanta line and keep Matt Ryan on his feet.

7. Oakland Raiders (trade No. 5 to TB for No. 7 and a 2015 2nd rounder)- Jake Matthews, OT, Texas A&M

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7. Oakland Raiders (trade No. 5 to TB for No. 7 and a 2015 2nd rounder)- Jake Matthews, OT, Texas A&M

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The Raiders have no picks between rounds four and seven and, although this trade back doesn’t help in that regard, they get a valuable chip in next year’s draft. Although Oakland could use Evans themselves, they net the extra pick and gladly select Matthews, who could challenge new signing Donald Penn from day one.

8. Minnesota Vikings- Blake Bortles, QB, Central Florida

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8. Minnesota Vikings- Blake Bortles, QB, Central Florida

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The Vikings' QB spot has been a revolving door since Brett Favre left town and, if they have the opportunity to, they should address it in this draft. Bortles is arguably the most talented QB in this draft and reminds me a lot of Ben Roethlisberger with his size and escapability; he’d be a nice get for Minnesota at this spot.

9. Buffalo Bills- Taylor Lewan, OT, Michigan

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9. Buffalo Bills- Taylor Lewan, OT, Michigan

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While the Bills might be in need of a right tackle, something Lewan doesn’t profile as, the value is too great to pass up here. By selecting Lewan, a road-grading tackle who is proficient in both the run and pass games, Buffalo can either slide Cordy Glenn inside or over to the right side to better protect EJ Manuel.

10. Chicago Bears (trade No. 14 and No. 82 to DET for No. 10)- Aaron Donald, DT, Pittsburgh

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10. Chicago Bears (trade No. 14 and No. 82 to DET for No. 10)- Aaron Donald, DT, Pittsburgh

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The Bears have significantly revamped their defensive line, but they could still use an upgrade in at one of the most important positions in their scheme now that Henry Melton signed with Dallas. Knowing the Giants could be targeting Donald, Chicago could move ahead of them to ensure they end up getting arguably the best DT in the draft.

11. Tennessee Titans- Darqueze Dennard, CB, Michigan State

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11. Tennessee Titans- Darqueze Dennard, CB, Michigan State

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Having lost Alterraun Verner to free agency, the Titans' CB depth is dangerously thin. Dennard is arguably the best pure cover corner in the draft and is very physical at the point of attack, which should come in handy in a division with Andre Johnson, Hakeem Nicks and TY Hilton.

12. New York Giants- Zack Martin, OT, Notre Dame

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12. New York Giants- Zack Martin, OT, Notre Dame

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The Giants' 2013 season was pretty much sabotaged by poor offensive line play. Although New York has made some free agent additions to remedy that, they could opt for the solid and versatile Martin, whose ability to transition seamlessly between guard and tackle makes him a very attractive option.

13. St. Louis Rams- Ha Ha Clinton-Dix, S, Alabama

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13. St. Louis Rams- Ha Ha Clinton-Dix, S, Alabama

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Although the Rams could opt for a lineman or corner here, both of those positions are significantly deeper than safety, where they could also use an upgrade. Clinton-Dix is the best safety in this class, and he could finally be the answer to facing Vernon Davis two times a season.

14. Detroit Lions (trade No. 10 to CHI for No. 14 and No. 82)- Justin Gilbert, CB, Oklahoma State

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14. Detroit Lions (trade No. 10 to CHI for No. 14 and No. 82)- Justin Gilbert, CB, Oklahoma State

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Picking at ten, the Lions could be faced with a situation in which they might have a wide array of their top options available. As such, they can afford to move down and accumulate some extra picks while still landing a useful player. Detroit has needed a top shutdown corner forever, and in a division with the Chicago and Green Bay passing offenses, Gilbert’s size and speed would be a huge help.

15. Pittsburgh Steelers- Eric Ebron, TE, North Carolina

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15. Pittsburgh Steelers- Eric Ebron, TE, North Carolina

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The Steelers could use some more weapons in their passing game. Ehile WR might be a more pressing need, landing a player like Ebron at this point is great value. There are questions about Ebron’s hands and blocking ability, but he can line up all over the field and would be a deserving heir to Heath Miller.

16. Philadelphia Eagles (trade No. 22, No. 86 and No. 122 to DAL for No. 16)- Odell Beckham, Jr., WR, LSU

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16. Philadelphia Eagles (trade No. 22, No. 86 and No. 122 to DAL for No. 16)- Odell Beckham, Jr., WR, LSU

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With DeSean Jackson gone and Jeremy Maclin coming off injury, the Eagles need to come out of this draft with a playmaking wideout. They could be forced to move up the board to make that happen as Beckham’s stock has gone through the roof. With his speed and ability to create in space, he’d be a great fit for Chip Kelly’s offense.

17. Baltimore Ravens- Calvin Pryor, S, Louisville

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17. Baltimore Ravens- Calvin Pryor, S, Louisville

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After James Ihedigbo signed with Detroit, the Ravens could use a safety to pair with last year’s first-rounder Matt Elam. Pryor is tremendous in his run support and is fluid in coverage which will come in handy in a division with Jordan Cameron, Tyler Eifert and, according to this mock, Eric Ebron.

18. New York Jets- Brandin Cooks, WR, Oklahoma State

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18. New York Jets- Brandin Cooks, WR, Oklahoma State

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Although they added Eric Decker through free agency, the Jets are still looking for ways to improve their offense. Cooks, despite his diminutive size, is a true home run threat because of his speed and has perhaps the best hands in this class.

19. Miami Dolphins- CJ Mosley, ILB, Alabama

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19. Miami Dolphins- CJ Mosley, ILB, Alabama

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Last offseason, the Dolphins signed Dannell Ellerbe and Phillip Wheeler to free agent contracts to improve their LB corps, but their first season was a disaster. Mosley is the best player left on the board and would shore up an area that could be a big weakness otherwise for Miami with his sideline-to-sideline pursuit and solid tackling.

20. Arizona Cardinals- Teddy Bridgewater, QB, Louisville

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20. Arizona Cardinals- Teddy Bridgewater, QB, Louisville

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Bridgewater could fall a bit if several teams in the top ten decide against going QB, but his drop shouldn’t last too long. For a team like the Cardinals without any glaring holes to fill, selecting a potential top ten QB as the eventual replacement to the 34-year-old Carson Palmer is a slam dunk.

21. San Francisco 49ers (trade No. 30 and No. 77 to GB for No. 21)- Kyle Fuller, CB, Virginia Tech

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21. San Francisco 49ers (trade No. 30 and No. 77 to GB for No. 21)- Kyle Fuller, CB, Virginia Tech

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Last season, the Niners, afraid they might lose Eric Reid, used their extra picks to trade into the top 20 and land him. This year might be similar as San Fran would love to get their hands on one of the top corners after losing Carlos Rogers and Tarell Brown to Oakland. Fuller’s stock is steadily rising with his great size and ball instincts, and if he can improve his consistency, he’d be a great get here.

22. Dallas Cowboys (trade No. 16 to PHI for No. 22, No. 86 and No. 122)- Kony Ealy, DE, Missouri

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22. Dallas Cowboys (trade No. 16 to PHI for No. 22, No. 86 and No. 122)- Kony Ealy, DE, Missouri

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The Cowboys have a lot of holes to plug and, because they were hamstrung in free agency, it’d be a good idea for them to trade back and land some more picks. Trading back also allows them to address their biggest need in pass rusher, as they can justify taking Ealy at this spot without it being considered too much of a reach.

23. Kansas City Chiefs- Marqise Lee, WR, USC

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23. Kansas City Chiefs- Marqise Lee, WR, USC

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After a ridiculous junior season, Marqise Lee came back to earth a bit last season. But he’s still an accomplished route runner with the capability of taking it to the house from anywhere on the field. For a Chiefs team in desperate need of receiving help beyond Dwayne Bowe and Donnie Avery, Lee would be a great fit.

24. Cincinnati Bengals- Ryan Shazier, OLB, Ohio State

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24. Cincinnati Bengals- Ryan Shazier, OLB, Ohio State

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The Bengals brought in James Harrison last season, but that experiment failed. Now they’re on the lookout for a replacement, and Shazier could be the best OLB in this draft. His ability to diagnose plays and tackle almost anyone despite being a bit on the small side would make him a nice complement to Rey Maualuga and Vontaze Burfict.

25. San Diego Chargers- Bradley Roby, CB, Ohio State

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25. San Diego Chargers- Bradley Roby, CB, Ohio State

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The Chargers' secondary was decimated by injuries last season, but even fully healthy, it wasn’t up to the task to handle Peyton Manning and the Broncos. The Chargers could look to inject some much-needed talent into their CB corps by taking Roby, a tremendous athlete with good size whose consistency is the only thing standing between him and long-term success.

26. Cleveland Browns- Jason Verrett, CB, TCU

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26. Cleveland Browns- Jason Verrett, CB, TCU

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Joe Haden’s impact has been largely muted by teams throwing to the side opposite him and Cleveland could use another reliable corner to prevent that from happening. While Verrett’s size may be a concern, he plays bigger than his frame indicates and his top-end speed allows him to stay with most receivers.

27. New Orleans Saints- Anthony Barr, OLB, UCLA

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27. New Orleans Saints- Anthony Barr, OLB, UCLA

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The Saints have several directions they can go in, but if Barr is here, he might be difficult to pass on. While Junior Galette was a pleasant surprise as a pass-rusher for New Orleans, they need another outside rusher capable of getting after the QB in their 3-4, which Barr excels at.

28. Carolina Panthers- Morgan Moses, OT, Virginia

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28. Carolina Panthers- Morgan Moses, OT, Virginia

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With the retirement of Jordan Gross, the Panthers need to find another tackle regardless of whether they move Brandon Bell to the left side or not. Moses was more productive at Virginia playing LT, and his mammoth size and strength combination might play better on Cam Newton's blind side.

29. Jacksonville Jaguars (trade No. 39, No. 105, and No. 114 to NE for No. 29)- Derek Carr, QB, Fresno State

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29. Jacksonville Jaguars (trade No. 39, No. 105, and No. 114 to NE for No. 29)- Derek Carr, QB, Fresno State

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If Houston passes on a QB first overall, it’s no secret they’ll be looking to take one at the top of the second round. As such, if Jacksonville wants to get their man, they’ll likely need to trade ahead of Houston, and New England is always a willing trade partner when it comes to moving down. Carr is one of the most divisive prospects in this class, but he could be a long-term starter in the right system.

30. Green Bay Packers (trade No. 30 and No. 77 to GB for No. 21)- Marcus Martin, C, USC

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30. Green Bay Packers (trade No. 30 and No. 77 to GB for No. 21)- Marcus Martin, C, USC

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While the Packers could reach for a safety, the loss of starting center Evan Dietrich-Smith to free agency could facilitate Green Bay looking for his replacement. Martin is the consensus best center in this draft, and even though he’s coming off knee injury, he uses his strength and physicality to keep opposing linemen off the QB.

31. Denver Broncos- Xavier Su’a-Filo, G, UCLA

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31. Denver Broncos- Xavier Su’a-Filo, G, UCLA

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With Zane Beadles signing in Jacksonville, the Broncos could be on the lookout for his replacement on the interior of the offensive line. Su’a-Filo is the consensus top interior lineman in this draft, and although he’s not the biggest guy, his quickness and above-average strength make him a tough assignment for defensive linemen.

32. Seattle Seahawks- Cody Latimer, WR, Indiana

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32. Seattle Seahawks- Cody Latimer, WR, Indiana

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The Seahawks lost Golden Tate in free agency and, coupled with Percy Harvin’s frequent maladies, Seattle could opt for receiving help. Latimer has been a late-riser up the draft boards, but with good size and hands, he could find himself somewhere in the late first/early second rounds.

Picks 33-39

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Picks 33-39

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33. Houston Texans- Jimmy Garropolo, QB, Eastern Illinois
34. Washington Redskins- Chris Borland, ILB, Wisconsin
35. Cleveland Browns- Stephon Tuitt, DE, Notre Dame
36. Oakland Raiders- Tom Savage, QB, Pittsburgh
37. Atlanta Falcons- Dee Ford, DE, Auburn
38. Tampa Bay Buccaneers- Ra’Shede Hageman, DT, Minnesota
39. New England Patriots (trade No. 29 to JAX for No. 39, No. 105, and No. 114)- Jace Amaro, TE, Texas Tech

Picks 40-45

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Picks 40-45

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40. Minnesota Vikings- Deone Bucannon, S, Washington State
41. Buffalo Bills- Kelvin Benjamin, WR, Florida State
42. Tennessee Titans- Louis Nix III, DT, Notre Dame
43. New York Giants- Timmy Jernigan, DT, Florida State
44. St. Louis Rams- Stanley Jean-Baptiste, CB, Nebraska
45. New York Jets (trade No. 49 and No. 115 to DET for No. 45 and 2015 5th-Rounder)- Austin Seferian-Jenkins, TE, Washington

Picks 46-52

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Picks 46-52

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46. Pittsburgh Steelers- Davante Adams, WR, Fresno State
47. Dallas Cowboys- Jimmie Ward, S, NIU
48. Baltimore Ravens- Cyrus Koaundjio, OT, Alabama
49. Detroit Lions (trade No. 45 and 2015 5th-Rounder to NYJ for No. 49 and No. 115)- Joel Bitonio, G/T, Nevada
50. Miami Dolphins- Ja’Wuan James, OT, Tennessee
51. Chicago Bears- Terrence Brooks, S, Florida State
52. Arizona Cardinals- Jeremiah Attaochu, OLB, Georgia Tech

Picks 53-60

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Picks 53-60

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53. Green Bay Packers- DeMarcus Lawrence, OLB, Boise State
54. Philadelphia Eagles- LaMarcus Joyner, CB, Florida State
55. Cincinnati Bengals- Scott Crichton, DE, Oregon State
56. San Francisco 49ers- Jordan Matthews, WR, Vandy
57. San Diego Chargers- Kyle Van Noy, OLB, BYU
58. New Orleans Saints- Jarvis Landry, WR, LSU
59. Indianapolis Colts- Trai Turner, G, LSU
60. Carolina Panthers- Bruce Ellington, WR, South Carolina

Picks 61-68

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Picks 61-68

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61. San Francisco 49ers- Weston Richburg, C, Colorado State
62. New England Patriots- Carlos Hyde, RB, Ohio State
63. Denver Broncos- Philip Gaines, CB, Rice
64. Seattle Seahawks- Jack Mewhort, OT, Seattle
65. Houston Texans- Antonio Richardson, OT, Tennessee
66. Washington Redskins- Bashaud Breeland, CB, Clemson
67. Oakland Raiders- Martavis Bryant, WR, Clemson
68. Atlanta Falcons- Troy Niklas, TE, Notre Dame

Picks 69-76

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Picks 69-76

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69. Tampa Bay Buccaneers- Paul Richardson, WR, Colorado
70. Jacksonville Jaguars- Allen Robinson, WR, Penn State
71. Cleveland Browns- Bishop Sankey, RB, Washington
72. Minnesota Vikings- Tre Mason, RB, Auburn
73. Buffalo Bills- Kareem Martin, DE, North Carolina
74. New York Giants- CJ Fiedorowicz, TE, Iowa
75. St. Louis Rams- AJ McCarron, QB, Alabama
76. Detroit Lions- Donte Moncrief, WR, Mississippi

Picks 77-83

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Picks 77-83

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77. Green Bay Packers (trade w/ SF, via Tennessee)- DaQuan Jones, DT, Penn State
78. Dallas Cowboys- Dominique Easley, DE/DT, Florida
79. Baltimore Ravens- Jeremy Hill, RB, LSU
80. New York Jets- Pierre Desir, CB, Lindenwood
81. Miami Dolphins- Robert Herron, WR, Wyoming
82. Detroit Lions (trade w/ CHI)- Brock Vereen, S, Minnesota
83. Cleveland Browns (from PIT)- Brandon Coleman, WR, Rutgers

Picks 84-90

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Picks 84-90

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84. Arizona Cardinals- Charles Sims, RB, West Virginia
85. Green Bay Packers- Keith McGill, CB, Utah
86. Dallas Cowboys (trade /w PHI)- Gabe Jackson, G, Mississippi State
87. Kansas City Chiefs- Brandon Thomas, G/T, Clemson
88. Cincinnati Bengals- Marcus Roberson, CB, Florida
89. San Diego Chargers- Dan McCullers, DT, Tennessee
90. Indianapolis Colts- Marcus Smith, DE/OLB, Louisville

Picks 91-95

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Picks 91-95

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91. New Orleans Saints- Russell Bodine, C, North Carolina
92. Carolina Panthers- Loucheiz Purifoy, CB, Florida
93. New England Patriots- Brent Urban, DT, Virginia
94. San Francisco 49ers- Caraun Reid, DT, Princeton
95. Denver Broncos- De’Anthony Thomas, RB, Oregon

Picks 96-100

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Picks 96-100

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96. Minnesota Vikings (from SEA)- Jackson Jeffcoat, DE, Texas
97. Pittsburgh Steelers (Compensatory)- Aaron Colvin, CB, Oklahoma
98. Green Bay Packers (Compensatory)- Cyril Richardson, OT, Baylor
99. Baltimore Ravens (Compensatory)- Kelcy Quarles, DE/DT, South Carolina
100. San Francisco 49ers (Compensatory)- Adrian Hubbard, OLB, Alabama