2016 NFL Draft Results (Day 1 + Day 2)

Listed below are the complete, pick-by-pick results for Days 1 and 2 of the 2016 NFL draft. We’ve made note of all the trades made during the draft — for in-draft trades, we’ll link to our full story on the swap, whereas a list of the deals completed prior to the draft can be found right here. Day 3’s results can be found right here.

Here are 2016’s NFL draft results for the first two days:

Round One:

  1. Los Angeles Rams (from Tennessee): Jared Goff, QB (California)
  2. Philadelphia Eagles (from Cleveland): Carson Wentz, QB (North Dakota State)
  3. San Diego Chargers: Joey Bosa, DE/OLB (Ohio State)
  4. Dallas Cowboys: Ezekiel Elliott, RB (Ohio State)
  5. Jacksonville Jaguars: Jalen Ramsey, DB (Florida State)
  6. Baltimore Ravens: Ronnie Stanley, T (Notre Dame)
  7. San Francisco 49ers: DeForest Buckner, DL (Oregon)
  8. Tennessee Titans (from Miami via Philadelphia and Cleveland): Jack Conklin, T (Michigan State)
  9. Chicago Bears (from Tampa Bay): Leonard Floyd, OLB (Georgia)
  10. New York Giants: Eli Apple, CB (Ohio State)
  11. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (from Chicago): Vernon Hargreaves III, CB (Florida)
  12. New Orleans Saints: Sheldon Rankins, DL (Lousiville)
  13. Miami Dolphins (from Philadelphia): Laremy Tunsil, T (Ole Miss)
  14. Oakland Raiders: Karl Joseph, S (West Virginia)
  15. Cleveland Browns (from Los Angeles via Tennessee): Corey Coleman, WR (Baylor)
  16. Detroit Lions: Taylor Decker, T (Ohio State)
  17. Atlanta Falcons: Keanu Neal, S (Florida)
  18. Indianapolis Colts: Ryan Kelly, C (Alabama)
  19. Buffalo Bills: Shaq Lawson, DE/OLB (Clemson)
  20. New York Jets: Darron Lee, LB (Ohio State)
  21. Houston Texans (from Washington): Will Fuller, WR (Notre Dame)
  22. Washington (from Houston): Josh Doctson, WR (TCU)
  23. Minnesota Vikings: Laquon Treadwell, WR (Ole Miss)
  24. Cincinnati Bengals: William Jackson III, CB (Houston)
  25. Pittsburgh Steelers: Artie Burns, CB (Miami)
  26. Denver Broncos (from Seattle): Paxton Lynch, QB (Memphis)
  27. Green Bay Packers: Kenny Clark, DL (UCLA)
  28. San Francisco 49ers (from Kansas City): Joshua Garnett, G (Stanford)
    New England Patriots — lost due to NFL discipline (Deflategate)
  29. Arizona Cardinals: Robert Nkemdiche, DL (Ole Miss)
  30. Carolina Panthers: Vernon Butler, DT (Louisiana Tech)
  31. Seattle Seahawks (from Denver): Germain Ifedi, T (Texas A&M)

Round Two:

  1. Cleveland Browns: Emmanuel Ogbah, DE/OLB (Oklahoma State)
  2. Tennessee Titans: Kevin Dodd, DE/OLB (Clemson)
  3. Dallas Cowboys: Jaylon Smith, LB (Notre Dame)
  4. San Diego Chargers: Hunter Henry, TE (Arkansas)
  5. Jacksonville Jaguars (from Baltimore): Myles Jack, LB (UCLA)
  6. Kansas City Chiefs (from San Francisco): Chris Jones, DT (Mississippi State)
  7. Miami Dolphins (from Jacksonville via Baltimore): Xavien Howard, CB (Baylor)
  8. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Noah Spence, DE (Eastern Kentucky)
  9. New York Giants: Sterling Shepard, WR (Oklahoma)
  10. Buffalo Bills (from Chicago): Reggie Ragland, LB (Alabama)
  11. Baltimore Ravens (from Miami): Kamalei Correa, DE/OLB (Boise State)
  12. Tennessee Titans (from Philadelphia via Los Angeles): Austin Johnson, DL (Penn State)
  13. Oakland Raiders: Jihad Ward, DE (Illinois)
  14. Tennessee Titans (from Los Angeles): Derrick Henry, RB (Alabama)
  15. Detroit Lions: A’Shawn Robinson, DT (Alabama)
  16. New Orleans Saints: Michael Thomas, WR (Ohio State)
  17. Green Bay Packers (from Indianapolis): Jason Spriggs, T (Indiana)
  18. Seattle Seahawks (from Buffalo via Chicago): Jarran Reed, DT (Alabama)
  19. Houston Texans (from Atlanta): Nick Martin, C (Notre Dame)
  20. New York Jets: Christian Hackenberg, QB (Penn State)
  21. Atlanta Falcons (from Houston): Deion Jones, LB (LSU)
  22. Washington: Su’a Cravens, LB (USC)
  23. Minnesota Vikings: Mackensie Alexander, CB (Clemson)
  24. Cincinnati Bengals: Tyler Boyd, WR (Pittsburgh)
  25. Chicago Bears (from Seattle): Cody Whitehair, G (Kansas State)
  26. Indianapolis Colts (from Green Bay): T.J. Green, S (Clemson)
  27. Pittsburgh Steelers: Sean Davis, DB (Maryland)
  28. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (from Kansas City): Roberto Aguayo, K (Florida State)
  29. New England Patriots: Cyrus Jones, DB (Alabama)
  30. New Orleans Saints (from Arizona via New England): Vonn Bell, S (Ohio State)
  31. Carolina Panthers: James Bradberry, DB (Samford)
  32. Denver Broncos: Adam Gotsis, DT (Georgia Tech)

Round Three:

  1. Tennessee Titans: Kevin Byard, DB (Middle Tennessee State)
  2. Cleveland Browns: Carl Nassib, DE (Penn State)
  3. San Diego Chargers: Max Tuerk, C (USC)
  4. Dallas Cowboys: Maliek Collins, DT (Nebraska)
  5. San Francisco 49ers: Will Redmond, DB (Mississippi State)
  6. Jacksonville Jaguars: Yannick Ngakoue, DE/OLB (Maryland)
  7. Baltimore Ravens: Bronson Kaufusi, DE/OLB (Brigham Young)
  8. New York Giants: Darian Thompson, S (Boise State)
  9. Chicago Bears: Jonathan Bullard, DE (Florida)
  10. Miami Dolphins: Kenyan Drake, RB (Alabama)
  11. Kansas City Chiefs (from Tampa Bay): KeiVarae Russell, DB (Notre Dame)
  12. Oakland Raiders: Shilique Calhoun, DE (Michigan State)
  13. Cleveland Browns (from Los Angeles via Tennessee): Shon Coleman, T (Auburn)
  14. Carolina Panthers (from Detroit via Philadelphia and Cleveland): Daryl Worley, CB (West Virginia)
  15. New England Patriots (from New Orleans): Joe Thuney, OL (North Carolina State)
  16. Philadelphia Eagles: Isaac Seumalo, C/G (Oregon State)
  17. Buffalo Bills: Adolphus Washington, DT (Ohio State)
  18. Atlanta Falcons: Austin Hooper, TE (Stanford)
  19. Indianapolis Colts: Le’Raven Clark, T (Texas Tech)
  20. New York Jets: Jordan Jenkins, OLB (Georgia)
  21. Washington: Kendall Fuller, CB (Virginia Tech)
  22. Houston Texans: Braxton Miller, WR (Ohio State)
  23. Miami Dolphins (from Minnesota): Leonte Carroo, WR (Rutgers)
  24. Cincinnati Bengals: Nick Vigil, LB (Utah State)
  25. Green Bay Packers: Kyler Fackrell, LB (Utah State)
  26. Pittsburgh Steelers: Javon Hargrave, DT (South Carolina State)
  27. Seattle Seahawks: C.J. Prosise, RB (Notre Dame)
    Kansas City Chiefs — lost due to NFL discipline (tampering)
  28. New England Patriots: Jacoby Brissett, QB (North Carolina State)
  29. Arizona Cardinals: Brandon Williams, CB (Texas A&M)
  30. Cleveland Browns (from Carolina): Cody Kessler, QB (USC)
  31. Seattle Seahawks (from Denver): Nick Vannett, TE (Ohio State)
  32. Detroit Lions (compensatory): Graham Glasgow, C (Michigan)
  33. New England Patriots (compensatory): Vincent Valentine, DT (Nebraska)
  34. Seattle Seahawks (compensatory): Rees Odhiambo, T (Boise State)
  35. Denver Broncos (compensatory): Justin Simmons, S (Boston College)
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23 comments on “2016 NFL Draft Results (Day 1 + Day 2)

  1. Gotta think when Tunsil gets his first paycheck he puts it towards figuring out who his step dad paid to hack his twitter?

  2. assumptions

    Unlikely, if he is smart; he will just walk away from his stepdad.

  3. UnanymousSuperBowler

    Germain Ifedi is a guard according to nfl.com not a tackle luke afams

    • Luke Adams

      Maybe he becomes a guard eventually, but he played right tackle the last two years and Pete Carroll said tonight that they expect him to compete at RT.

  4. SoCalBaseballDude

    I can see the Chargers picking either Ohio State wide receiver Michael Thomas or Ohio State safety Vonn Bell with the 4th pick in the second round.

  5. SoCalBaseballDude

    I can see the Browns selecting one of the two Bama d-linemen, Robinson or Reed, Clemson defensive end Kevin Dodd, or maybe they snag Ohio native Connor Cook out of Michigan State.

  6. commercecomet7

    Apparently Miles Jack knee is going to be a concern

    • MiamiPhins34


    • Bazingaa

      Still think he would be a good pickup for a win now team, he will give you atleast 2-3 solid seasons

    • I’m hoping he slips to the Jags. Unless they completely took him off their board because of his knee, picking him (assuming he falls there) would allow them to get the two guys most people have thought they would pick with the fifth overall pick in their mock draft.

      • rkmarx

        You got your wish. Congratulations!

  7. rkmarx

    PFR, every time I post something using the android app, I get a “welcome” email and then my post takes minutes to show up. Please fix.

    • Luke Adams

      Thanks for the heads-up. I’ll pass it along and make sure we look into it.

      • rkmarx

        Thanks, Luke! I also just emailed in the issue. I’m not trying to be a pain, just improve your already great site!

  8. How are Billings and Bullard falling this far? Is there some kind of news I haven’t seen? Billings was dubbed a mid-first rounder and Bullard a high 2nd.

    • hill
      daren hill

      I’ll be shocked if Billings and Cook don’t go 1-2 on Day 3

  9. Thronson5

    I honestly love the 9ers first two picks and don’t care what people say. They are great picks. Our O line is actually way better this year with our free agent pick up and that draft pick and our D Line is back to beast mode. Loving it! Now as far as that CB with the 3rd picks. Stupid stupid STUPID!!!!!! Baalke, you aren’t very smart. The kid is too damn short and I know there are some short CBs on the league but I just don’t like it. Should have grabbed someone else. I would’ve took Cook, let’s say Kaep stays because it looks hay way and let’s say Chip fixes him, well it would be great if they had Cook as a back up when they let Gabber go as a free agent after next season in my opinion but I guess I know nothing because I’m not a GM but I do know Football and I do know our needs Ana I would’ve taken a lot of other players over that guy we took in the 3rd round. I will say A for the first two picks though so good job there. Guess you can’t win them all lol

    • aarongill

      Agree, but some said he was a first round talent had it not been for the injury. I’m still mad we weren’t able,to get ohgbah, spence of Dodd. If not them I wanted the guy the Jaguars drafted in the third. But teams passing on cook says something. I really hope we draft Michael Thomas from south miss. We should draft tapper from Oklahoma.

      • Thronson5

        I agree. I’d like to see them bring back Boldin and get Michael Thomas

  10. BlueBlood1217

    Damn that Jags Defense is gonna be ridiculous.

    • hill
      daren hill


      Week 1 @ Home vs. GB already looks like an intriguing matchup…

  11. BlueBlood1217

    I like the Kid, but they gave up way too much to get him

  12. Giants51

    If only Jerry Reese would discover what a linebacker is……

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