2018 NFL Draft Results By Round

Listed below are all 256 picks of the 2018 NFL draft, broken down by round, and featuring trades.

Here are the complete 2018 NFL draft results:

Round One:

  1. Cleveland Browns: Baker Mayfield, QB (Oklahoma)
  2. New York Giants: Saquon Barkley, RB (Penn State)
  3. New York Jets (from Indianapolis): Sam Darnold, QB (USC)
  4. Cleveland Browns (from Houston) Denzel Ward, CB (Ohio State)
  5. Denver Broncos: Bradley Chubb, DE (North Carolina State)
  6. Indianapolis Colts (from New York Jets): Quenton Nelson, G (Notre Dame)
  7. Buffalo Bills (from Tampa Bay): Josh Allen, QB (Wyoming)
  8. Chicago Bears: Roquan Smith, LB (Georgia)
  9. San Francisco 49ers: Mike McGlinchey, T (Notre Dame)
  10. Arizona Cardinals (from Oakland): Josh Rosen, QB (UCLA)
  11. Miami Dolphins: Minkah Fitzpatrick, DB (Alabama)
  12. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (from Cincinnati via Buffalo): Vita Vea, DT (Washington)
  13. Washington Redskins: Da’Ron Payne, DT (Alabama)
  14. New Orleans Saints (from Green Bay): Marcus Davenport, DE (UTSA)
  15. Oakland Raiders (from Arizona): Kolton Miller, T (UCLA)
  16. Buffalo Bills (from Baltimore): Tremaine Edmunds, LB (Virginia Tech)
  17. Los Angeles Chargers: Derwin James, S (Florida State)
  18. Green Bay Packers (from Seattle): Jaire Alexander, CB (Louisville)
  19. Dallas Cowboys: Leighton Vander Esch, LB (Boise State)
  20. Detroit Lions: Frank Ragnow, C (Arkansas)
  21. Cincinnati Bengals (from Buffalo): Billy Price, C (Ohio State)
  22. Tennessee Titans (from Kansas City via Buffalo and Baltimore): Rashaan Evans, LB (Alabama)
  23. New England Patriots (from Los Angeles Rams): Isaiah Wynn, T (Georgia)
  24. Carolina Panthers: D.J. Moore, WR (Maryland)
  25. Baltimore Ravens (from Tennessee): Hayden Hurst, TE (South Carolina)
  26. Atlanta Falcons: Calvin Ridley, WR (Alabama)
  27. Seattle Seahawks (from New Orleans via Green Bay): Rashaad Penny, RB (San Diego State)
  28. Pittsburgh Steelers: Terrell Edmunds, S (Virginia Tech)
  29. Jacksonville Jaguars: Taven Bryan, DT (Florida)
  30. Minnesota Vikings: Mike Hughes, CB (UCF)
  31. New England Patriots: Sony Michel, RB (Georgia)
  32. Baltimore Ravens (from Philadelphia): Lamar Jackson, QB (Louisville)

Round Two:

  1. Cleveland Browns: Austin Corbett, T (Nevada)
  2. New York Giants: Will Hernandez, G (UTEP)
  3. Cleveland Browns (from Houston): Nick Chubb, RB (Georgia)
  4. Indianapolis Colts: Darius Leonard, LB (South Carolina State)
  5. Indianapolis Colts (from New York Jets): Braden Smith, G (Auburn)
  6. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Ronald Jones, RB (USC)
  7. Chicago Bears; James Daniels, C (Iowa)
  8. Denver Broncos: Courtland Sutton, WR (SMU)
  9. Tennessee Titans (from Oakland): Harold Landry, DE (Boston College)
  10. Miami Dolphins: Mike Gesicki, TE (Penn State)
  11. Detroit Lions (from San Francisco via New England): Kerryon Johnson, RB (Auburn)
  12. San Francisco 49ers (from Washington): Dante Pettis, WR (Washington)
  13. Green Bay Packers: Josh Jackson, CB (Iowa)
  14. Kansas City Chiefs (from Cincinnati): Breeland Speaks, DE (Ole Miss)
  15. Arizona Cardinals: Christian Kirk, WR (Texas A&M)
  16. Los Angeles Chargers: Uchenna Nwosu, LB (USC)
  17. Philadelphia Eagles (from Seattle via New York Jets and Indianapolis): Dallas Goedert, TE (South Dakota State)
  18. Dallas Cowboys: Connor Williams, G (Texas)
  19. Chicago Bears (from Detroit via New England): Anthony Miller, WR (Memphis)
  20. Indianapolis Colts (from Baltimore and Philadelphia): Kemoko Turay, DE (Rutgers)
  21. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (from Buffalo): M.J. Stewart, CB (North Carolina)
  22. Cincinnati Bengals (from Kansas City): Jessie Bates, S (Wake Forest)
  23. Carolina Panthers: Donte Jackson, CB (LSU)
  24. New England Patriots (from Los Angeles Rams via Buffalo and Tampa Bay): Duke Dawson, CB (Florida)
  25. Oakland Raiders (from Tennessee): P.J. Hall, DT (Sam Houston State)
  26. Atlanta Falcons: Isaiah Oliver, CB (Colorado)
  27. Washington Redskins (from New Orleans via San Francisco): Derrius Guice, RB (LSU)
  28. Pittsburgh Steelers: James Washington, WR (Oklahoma State)
  29. Jacksonville Jaguars: D.J. Chark, WR (LSU)
  30. Minnesota Vikings: Brian O’Neill, T (Pittsburgh)
  31. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (from New England): Carlton Davis, CB (Auburn)
  32. Indianapolis Colts (from Philadelphia via Cleveland): Tyquan Lewis, DE (Ohio State)

Round Three:

  1. Oakland Raiders (from Cleveland via Buffalo and Baltimore): Brandon Parker, T (North Carolina A&T)
  2. New York Giants: Lorenzo Carter, LB (Georgia)
  3. Cleveland Browns (from Indianapolis): Chad Thomas, DE (Miami)
  4. Houston Texans: Justin Reid, S (Stanford)
  5. New York Giants (from Tampa Bay): B.J. Hill, DT (North Carolina State)
  6. San Francisco 49ers (from Chicago): Fred Warner, LB (BYU)
  7. Denver Broncos: Royce Freeman, RB (Oregon)
  8. New York Jets: Nathan Shepherd, DT (Fort Hays State)
  9. Miami Dolphins: Jerome Baker, LB (Ohio State)
  10. Washington Redskins (from San Francisco): Geron Christian, OL (Louisville)
  11. Kansas City Chiefs (from Oakland via Baltimore): Derrick Nnadi, DT (Florida State)
  12. Pittsburgh Steelers Seattle Seahawks (from Green Bay via Seattle): Mason Rudolph, QB (Oklahoma State)
  13. Cincinnati Bengals: Sam Hubbard, DE (Ohio State)
  14. Cincinnati Bengals (from Washington via Kansas City): Malik Jefferson, LB (Texas)
  15. Seattle Seahawks (from Arizona via Oakland and Pittsburgh): Rasheem Green, DE (USC)
  16. Houston Texans (from Seattle): Martinas Rankin, T (Mississippi State)
  17. Dallas Cowboys: Michael Gallup, WR (Colorado State)
  18. Detroit Lions: Tracey Walker, S (Louisiana-Lafayette)
  19. Baltimore Ravens: Orlando Brown, T (Oklahoma)
  20. Los Angeles Chargers: Justin Jones, DT (North Carolina State)
  21. Carolina Panthers (from Buffalo): Rashaan Gaulden, CB (Tennessee)
  22. Baltimore Ravens (from Kansas City): Mark Andrews, TE (Oklahoma)
  23. Oakland Raiders (from Los Angeles Rams): Arden Key, DE (LSU)
  24. Green Bay Packers (from Carolina): Oren Burks, LB (Vanderbilt)
  25. Los Angeles Rams (from Tennessee via Oakland): Joseph Noteboom, OL (TCU)
  26. Atlanta Falcons: Deadrin Senat, DT (USF)
  27. New Orleans Saints: Tre’Quan Smith, WR (UCF)
  28. Pittsburgh Steelers: Chukwuma Okorafor, T (Western Michigan)
  29. Jacksonville Jaguars: Ronnie Harrison, S (Alabama)
  30. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (from Minnesota): Alex Cappa, G (Humboldt State)
  31. San Francisco 49ers (from New England): Tarvarius Moore, S (Southern Mississippi)
  32. Buffalo Bills (from Philadelphia): Harrison Phillips, DT (Stanford)
  33. Arizona Cardinals (compensatory): Mason Cole, C (Michigan)
  34. Houston Texans (compensatory): Jordan Akins, TE (UCF)
  35. Denver Broncos (compensatory): Isaac Yiadom, CB (Boston College)
  36. Kansas City Chiefs (from Cincinnati) (compensatory): Dorian O’Daniel, LB (Clemson)

Round Four:

  1. Carolina Panthers (from Cleveland from Green Bay): Ian Thomas, TE (Indiana)
  2. Minnesota Vikings (from New York Giants via Tampa Bay): Jalyn Holmes, DE (Ohio State)
  3. Houston Texans: Keke Coutee, WR (Texas Tech)
  4. Indianapolis Colts: Nyheim Hines, RB (North Carolina State)
  5. Cleveland Browns (from Chicago via New England): Antonio Callaway, WR (Florida)
  6. Denver Broncos: Josey Jewell, LB (Iowa)
  7. New York Jets: Christopher Herndon, TE (Miami)
  8. New York Giants (from Tampa Bay): Kyle Lauletta, QB (Richmond)
  9. Washington Redskins (from San Francisco via Denver): Troy Apke, S (Penn State)
  10. Oakland Raiders: Nick Nelson, CB (Wisconsin)
  11. Los Angeles Rams (from Miami): Brian Allen, C (Michigan State)
  12. Cincinnati Bengals: Mark Walton, RB (Miami)
  13. Denver Broncos (from Washington): DaeSean Hamilton, WR (Penn State)
  14. Detroit Lions (from Green Bay via Cleveland and New England): Da’Shawn Hand, DE (Alabama)
  15. Chicago Bears (from Arizona): Joel Iyiegbuniwe, LB (Western Kentucky)
  16. Dallas Cowboys: Dorance Armstrong, DE (Kansas)
  17. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (from Detroit via New England): Jordan Whitehead, S (Pittsburgh)
  18. Baltimore Ravens: Anthony Averett, CB (Alabama)
  19. Los Angeles Chargers: Kyzir White, S (West Virginia)
  20. Seattle Seahawks: Will Dissly, TE (Washington)
  21. Buffalo Bills: Taron Johnson, CB (Weber State)
  22. Baltimore Ravens (from Kansas City): Kenny Young, LB (UCLA)
  23. Miami Dolphins (from Carolina via Cleveland): Durham Smythe, TE (Notre Dame)
  24. Kansas City Chiefs (from Los Angeles Rams): Armani Watts, S (Texas A&M)
  25. Philadelphia Eagles (from Tennessee via Baltimore): Avonte Maddox, CB (Pittsburgh)
  26. Atlanta Falcons: Ito Smith, RB (Southern Mississippi)
  27. New Orleans Saints: Rick Leonard, T (Florida State)
  28. San Francisco 49ers (from Pittsburgh): Kentavius Street, DE (North Carolina State)
  29. Jacksonville Jaguars: Will Richardson, T (North Carolina State)
  30. Philadelphia Eagles (from Minnesota): Josh Sweat, DE (Florida State)
  31. Miami Dolphins (from New England via Philadelphia): Kalen Ballage, RB (Arizona State)
  32. Baltimore Ravens (from Philadelphia): Jaleel Scott, WR (New Mexico State)
  33. Green Bay Packers (compensatory): J’Mon Moore, WR (Missouri)
  34. Arizona Cardinals (compensatory): Chase Edmonds, RB (Fordham)
  35. Los Angeles Rams (from New York Giants) (compensatory): John Franklin-Myers, DE (Stephen F. Austin)
  36. Carolina Panthers (from New England via Los Angeles Rams) (compensatory): Marquis Haynes, DE (Ole Miss)
  37. Dallas Cowboys (compensatory): Dalton Schultz, TE (Stanford)

Round Five:

  1. Green Bay Packers (from Cleveland): Cole Madison, T (Washington State)
  2. New York Giants: RJ McIntosh, DT (Miami)
  3. Oakland Raiders (from Indianapolis): Maurice Hurst, DT (Michigan)
  4. Seattle Seahawks (from Houston): Shaquem Griffin, DE (UCF)
  5. San Francisco 49ers (from Denver via Washington) D.J. Reed, CB (Kansas State)
  6. New England Patriots (from New York Jets and San Francisco): Ja’Whaun Bentley, LB (Purdue)
  7. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Justin Watson, WR (Pennsylvania)
  8. Chicago Bears: Bilal Nichols, DT (Delaware)
  9. Seattle Seahawks (from Oakland): Tre Flowers, S (Oklahoma State)
  10. Los Angeles Rams (from Miami via New Orleans, Green Bay, and Carolina): Micah Kiser, LB (Virginia)
  11. Pittsburgh Steelers (from San Francisco): Marcus Allen, S (Penn State)
  12. Seattle Seahawks (from Washington via Denver): Michael Dickson, P (Texas)
  13. Cleveland Browns (from Green Bay): Genard Avery, LB (Memphis)
  14. Cincinnati Bengals: CB Davontae Harris, (Illinois State)
  15. Tennessee Titans (from Arizona via Oakland and Baltimore): Dane Cruikshank, CB (Arizona)
  16. Detroit Lions: Tyrell Crosby, T (Oregon)
  17. Buffalo Bills (from Baltimore): Siran Neal, S (Jacksonville State)
  18. Los Angeles Chargers: Scott Quessenberry, CB (UCLA)
  19. Denver Broncos (from Seattle via Philadelphia and Seattle): Troy Fumagalli, TE (Wisconsin)
  20. Minnesota Vikings (from Dallas via New York Jets): Tyler Conklin. TE (Central Michigan)
  21. Cincinnati Bengals (from Buffalo): Andrew Brown, DT (Virginia)
  22. Indianapolis Colts (from Kansas City via Cleveland, New England, and Oakland): Daurice Fountain, WR (Northern Iowa)
  23. Los Angeles Rams (from Los Angeles Rams via Denver): Ogbonnia Okoronkwo, LB (Oklahoma)
  24. Carolina Panthers: Jermaine Carter Jr., LB (Maryland)
  25. Baltimore Ravens (from Tennessee): Jordan Lasley, WR (UCLA)
  26. Washington Redskins (from Atlanta via Denver): Tim Settle, DT (Virginia Tech)
  27. New Orleans Saints: Natrell Jamerson, S (Wisconsin)
  28. Pittsburgh Steelers: Jaylen Samuels, RB (North Carolina State)
  29. Buffalo Bills (from Jacksonville): Wyatt Teller, G (Virginia Tech)
  30. Minnesota Vikings (from Minnesota via New York Jets): Daniel Carlson, K (Auburn)
  31. Seattle Seahawks (from New England): Jamarco Jones, T (Ohio State)
  32. Indianapolis Colts (from Philadelphia): Jordan Wilkins, RB (Mississippi)
  33. Cincinnati Bengals (compensatory): Darius Phillips, CB (Western Michigan)
  34. Dallas Cowboys (compensatory): Mike White, QB (Western Kentucky)
  35. Green Bay Packers (compensatory): JK Scott, P (Alabama)
  36. Oakland Raiders (from Dallas) (compensatory): Johnny Townsend, P (Florida)
  37. Green Bay Packers (compensatory): Marquez Valdes-Scantling, WR (USF)

Round Six:

  1. Cleveland Browns: Damion Ratley, WR (Texas A&M)
  2. Los Angeles Rams (from New York Giants): John Kelly, RB (Tennessee)
  3. Houston Texans: Duke Ejiofor, DE (Wake Forest)
  4. New England Patriots (from Indianapolis via Cleveland): Christian Sam, LB (Arizona State)
  5. New York Jets: Parry Nickerson, CB (Tulane)
  6. New York Jets (from Tampa Bay via Minnesota): Folorunso Fatukasi, DT (UConn)
  7. Chicago Bears: Kylie Fitts, DE (Utah)
  8. Arizona Cardinals (from Denver): Christian Campbell, CB (Penn State)
  9. Denver Broncos (from Miami via Los Angeles Rams): Sam Jones, G (Arizona State)
  10. San Francisco 49ers: Marcell Harris, S (Florida)
  11. Indianapolis Colts (from Oakland): Deon Cain, WR (Clemson)
  12. Seattle Seahawks (from Green Bay): Jacob Martin, LB (Temple)
  13. Buffalo Bills (from Cincinnati): Ray-Ray McCloud, WR (Clemson)
  14. Cleveland Browns (from Washington): Simeon Thomas, CB (Louisiana-Lafayette)
  15. New Orleans Saints (from Arizona): Kamrin Moore, CB (Boston College)
  16. Baltimore Ravens: DeShon Elliott, S (Texas)
  17. Los Angeles Chargers: Dylan Cantrell, WR (Texas Tech)
  18. Los Angeles Rams (from Seattle via Oakland and Dallas): Jamil Demby, T (Maine)
  19. Dallas Cowboys: Chris Covington, LB (Indiana)
  20. Atlanta Falcons (from Detroit via Los Angeles Rams): Russell Gage, WR (LSU)
  21. Los Angeles Rams (from Buffalo): Sebastian Joseph, DT (Rutgers)
  22. Kansas City Chiefs: Tremon Smith, CB (Central Arkansas)
  23. Washington Redskins (from Carolina via Los Angeles Rams): Shaun Dion Hamilton, LB (Alabama)
  24. Kansas City Chiefs (from Los Angeles Rams via New England): Kahlil McKenzie, DT (Tennessee)
  25. Tennessee Titans: Luke Falk, QB (Washington State)
  26. Atlanta Falcons: Foyesade Oluokun, S (Yale)
  27. New Orleans Saints: Boston Scott, RB (Louisiana Tech)
  28. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (from Pittsburgh via Cleveland and Pittsburgh): Jack Cichy, LB (Wisconsin)
  29. Jacksonville Jaguars: Tanner Lee, QB (Nebraska)
  30. New York Jets (from Minnesota): Trenton Cannon, RB (Virginia State)
  31. Los Angeles Rams (from New England via Cleveland and Washington): Trevon Young, LB (Louisville)
  32. Philadelphia Eagles: Matt Pryor, T (TCU)
  33. Green Bay Packers (compensatory): Equanimeous St. Brown, WR (Notre Dame)
  34. Dallas Cowboys (compensatory): Cedrick Wilson, WR (Boise State)
  35. Miami Dolphins (from Kansas City via Los Angeles Rams) (compensatory): Cornell Armstrong, CB (Southern Mississippi)
  36. New England Patriots (from Oakland) (compensatory): Braxton Berrios, WR (Miami)
  37. Houston Texans (compensatory): Jordan Thomas, TE (Mississippi State)
  38. Baltimore Ravens (from Oakland) (compensatory): Greg Senat, T (Wagner)
  39. Minnesota Vikings (compensatory): Colby Gossett, G (Appalachian State)
  40. Houston Texans (compensatory): Peter Kalambayi, LB (Stanford)
  41. Baltimore Ravens (from Baltimore via Tennessee) (compensatory): Bradley Bozeman, C (Alabama)
  42. Oakland Raiders (compensatory): Azeem Victor, LB (Washington)
  43. Denver Broncos (from Oakland via Los Angeles Rams) (compensatory): Keishawn Bierria, LB (Washington)
  44. Minnesota Vikings (compensatory): Ade Aruna, DE (Tulane)

Round Seven:

  1. New England Patriots (from Cleveland): Danny Etling, QB (LSU)
  2. Seattle Seahawks (from New York Giants via Pittsburgh): Alex McGough, QB (Florida International)
  3. Indianapolis Colts: Matthew Adams, LB (Houston)
  4. Houston Texans: Jermaine Kelly, CB (San Jose State)
  5. San Francisco 49ers (from Tampa Bay via Miami): Jullian Taylor, DT (Temple)
  6. Chicago Bears: Javon Wims, WR (Georgia)
  7. Minnesota Vikings (from Denver via Minnesota and New York Jets): Devante Downs, CB (California)
  8. Denver Broncos (from New York Jets via Seattle): David Williams, RB (Arkansas)
  9. Miami Dolphins (from San Francisco): Quentin Poling, LB (Ohio)
  10. Oakland Raiders: Marcell Ateman, WR (Oklahoma State)
  11. Miami Dolphins: Jason Sanders, K (New Mexico)
  12. Jacksonville Jaguars (from Cincinnati): Leon Jacobs, LB (Wisconsin)
  13. Los Angeles Rams (from Washington): Travin Howard, LB (TCU)
  14. Green Bay Packers: James Looney, DT (California)
  15. Philadelphia Eagles (from Arizona via Kansas City and New England): Jordan Mailata, T (Australia)
  16. Carolina Panthers (from Los Angeles Chargers via Buffalo): Andre Smith, LB (North Carolina)
  17. Indianapolis Colts (from Seattle via New York Jets): Zaire Franklin, LB (Syracuse)
  18. Dallas Cowboys: Bo Scarbrough, RB (Alabama)
  19. Detroit Lions: Nick Bawden, FB (San Diego State)
  20. Baltimore Ravens: Zach Sieler, DE (Ferris State)
  21. Green Bay Packers (from Buffalo): Hunter Bradley, LS (Mississippi State)
  22. San Francisco 49ers (from Kansas City): Richie James, WR (Middle Tennessee)
  23. Washington Redskins (from Los Angeles Rams): Greg Stroman, CB (Virginia Tech)
  24. Carolina Panthers: Kendrick Norton, DT (Miami)
  25. New England Patriots (from Tennessee via Kansas City): Keion Crossen, CB (Western Carolina)
  26. Los Angeles Rams (from Atlanta): Justin Lawler, DE (SMU)
  27. New Orleans Saints: Will Clapp, G (LSU)
  28. Pittsburgh Steelers: Joshua Frazier, DT (Alabama)
  29. Jacksonville Jaguars: Logan Cooke, P (Mississippi State)
  30. Green Bay Packers (from Minnesota via Seattle): Kendall Donnerson, LB (Southeast Missouri)
  31. Cincinnati Bengals (from New England): Logan Woodside, QB (Toledo)
  32. New England Patriots (from Philadelphia via Seattle, New England, Seattle, and Philadelphia): Ryan Izzo, TE (Florida State)
  33. Los Angeles Chargers (compensatory): Justin Jackson, RB (Northwestern)
  34. Cincinnati Bengals (compensatory): Rod Taylor, G (Ole Miss)
  35. Cincinnati Bengals (compensatory): Auden Tate, WR (Florida State)
  36. Arizona Cardinals (compensatory): Korey Cunningham, T (Cincinnati)
  37. Buffalo Bills (from Tampa Bay) (compensatory): Austin Proehl, WR (North Carolina)
  38. Washington Redskins (from Atlanta via Los Angeles Rams) (compensatory): Trey Quinn, WR (SMU)
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63 comments on “2018 NFL Draft Results By Round

  1. sufferfortribe

    Mayfield? Not who I would have picked. Not impressed with Dorsey’s first ever Browns pick.

    • tharrie0820

      I agree. Such a dumb idea taking a QB that has done nothing but produce. Shoulda taken the guy that has trouble completing passes at the line of scrimmage instead.

            • But a pass-rusher is not going to turn their franchise around. Even if Chubb turns into Reggie White, he’s not going to be that. They need a quarterback. Mayfield is more likely to change the franchise than Chubb is.

                • Same situation. Emmitt Smith or Barry Sanders does not change the direction of the Browns. The only position that can do that is a quarterback. You can name five different non-QB’s who go on to be the best player at their position in the history of the NFL, and they don’t do what a decent QB could do for the Browns.

                    • That’s fine, and I agree, but at the end of the day the Browns are better off taking a chance on a QB and hoping he develops into something, rather than spinning their wheels and drafting a player who might be very good but does nothing to improve a team that wins 2-3 games per year at most.

                      They HAVE to find a QB, and until they do they aren’t going anywhere, so they need to take as many chances as they can.

                      • billybosox

                        If I were Dorsey I would’ve taken Barkley and Chubb and rolled with Tyrod. I think Tyrod gives you more in the short term than any of this year’s QBs prospects. Plus Garrett/Chubb would be terrifying. Kinda like Chubb/Von Miller. :)

              • brucewayne

                Yea! All them other 1st round QB’s sure turned the Browns franchise around didn’t they ?

                • You’re right, any QB they’ve drafted beginning with Couch has been an absolute best. But the problem is they’re not going to do anything successful until they find a quality QB, so they have to keep trying.

                  It’s like not having a job and going on 50 job interviews and getting nowhere; you don’t just give up, you go on another one, and another one, and another one until you get something.

          • outinleftfield

            Barkley. One of the top 4 QB’s would have been available and more than likely Mayfield since no one had them that high. The Browns are going to continue to lose for decades.

            • adamontheshore

              This is the way of the Browns. They’ll have plenty more number 1 picks in the next decade.

    • justinept

      I’d be much more concerned with Ward at 4 than Mayfield at 1. Ward would still be on the board right now if Cleveland didn’t take him.

      • sufferfortribe

        I like the Ward pick. We didn’t have any cornerbacks that could run with the speedy receivers in our division. Now we do.

        • brucewayne

          But have you seen how many quality corners there have been in this draft? It’s loaded with them! Not so much in RB! Barkley should’ve been No. 1

          • brucewayne

            and Chubb at No. 4 . Then they could’ve traded back up to take Rosen at No.10 like Arizona did or draft a QB later on!

      • camdenyards46

        I don’t think Mayfield was a bad pick, just not the best. A more risky pick than Darnold. At 4 with Ward, I am extremely confused. Terrible pick, he would most likely still available. So far, I am not impressed with the Dorsey era. Could have traded down for Ward. Or picked Chubb.

        • Bubba

          Dorsey BLEW IT. Wow. Drafting Manziel Jr and someone he could of gotten at 20?

          • Thronson5

            Manziel and Mayfield are not in the same class. Mayfield is a way better QB.

          • adamontheshore

            It’s kind of like the Twins playing at Yankee Stadium, no matter whose on the roster or running the team, they just stink for some inexplicable reason.

  2. Sports

    So far the steals of the draft are Broncos @ 5 w Chubbs and Dolphins @ 11 w Minkah

    • Connorsoxfan

      I guess as long as they trade up past Denver at 40 they could still get him easily, and it would basically be 40 and a 7th rounder for 43 and a 6th rounder or something.

  3. mcase7187

    How many offensive players do the pats need this is one of the biggest reasons Bill drives me crazy

      • mcase7187

        And the player they signed (Hill) and the dude last yr that didn’t play it was a waste of the pick when are D is so bad

  4. Thronson5

    Not a fan of the 9ers pick but they clearly see something they like. We do need like help but I also through there were too many good defensive players on the board to pass up on but since I clearly am no GM and I have loved what they’ve done since they’ve taken over I’m really hoping this works out for us.

  5. kylewait89

    How Jackson is Baltimore’s pick in the first round is confusing. His throwing motion without pads on looks awful. That’s with no pressure and no restrictions, he airmailed some that made you wonder how he is a first round talent. I’m okay with being wrong but he seems like a project more than a first rounder.

    • Thronson5

      They have Flacco. A project is exactly what he is, he will sit behind Flacco for 2 years and then be given a shit at starting. Really not a huge risk here and a big reward if he pays off because is just about done.

  6. benny

    congrats Brown fans I think you got the best QB he will give you everything he has competitor

  7. crosseyedlemon

    Solid start by Ryan Pace but we will see where the Bears go from here. Historically the team has had it’s best success with LBs (Butkus, Singletary, Urlacher) so the pick was no real surprise.

  8. Z-A

    Worst Picks so far:
    – Ward at 4th – DE over CB any day.
    – McGlinchey at 9th – Reaching for OT, fringe 1st round grade.
    – Saints at 14th – Trading up for a need, and not taking Derwin James.
    – Miller at 15th – Same as McGlinchey, but lesser graded player.
    – Ragnow at 20th – 3rd Round talent, not a 2nd round, 3rd round. Would have moved Glasgow to Center, drafted Will Hernandez instead or Price if I’m stuck on Center. DT Bryan, TE Hurst, RB Guice all on the board?
    – Penny at 27th – Maybe the worst 1st round pick. A 3rd down scat back in the 1st? They have Zero legitimate RBs on the roster. Take a 3-down back in Guice, Jones, Chubb.

  9. Z-A

    Lot of hate for the Cowboys pick of Vander Esch. If you’re a Cowboys fan, then you know that they didn’t have a MLB on the roster.

    • billybosox

      Whoever offs hating needs to watch some film. Vander Esch is a stud. Combined with Jaylon and Lee, that defense will start turning heads soon. (If they can stay healthy)

  10. driftcat28

    So NE traded the second pick to the lions, essentially, NE got nothing for Jimmy G

    • TJECK109

      No they traded the pick for the #51 and a 4th round pick, they then traded #51 to Chicago for a 2nd round pick next year and a 4th rounder this year. The Pats had no picks in the 4th or 5th round starting the day. They now have 2 4ths and a 2nd RD pick next year

  11. CubsRebsSaints

    I had just said New Orleans May target Mark Andrews @ 91. Then Baltimore doubled down. Seems Ike’s good pick and player. But why didn’t they address another need? Unless he was the best available and had been for 10-15 picks?? Any insight from a Balt fan?

  12. itslonelyatthetrop

    To whom it may concern,

    The Denzel Ward link is to the linebacker of the same name at Appalachian State, not the cornerback for Ohio State/Cleveland.

  13. PackerFan251119

    I’m surprised shaquem griffen hasn’t been drafted yet, amazing guy and amazing player, if he had two hands he would be a first rounder

    • brucewayne

      It was awesome of Seattle to reunite him with his twin brother ! Great pick !

  14. endzonedance

    The Browns doing Browns things! Should’ve taken Barkley 1st & a QB with number 4…I guess that’s why they are the Browns

  15. wetsu

    Totally agree with Barkley and whatever QB fell to them…probably would have been Mayfield…think Jet were blowing Mayfield up to create interest…guess it worked

  16. crosseyedlemon

    First off I think we should give the staff kudos for some great work covering all the draft rumors and the draft itself.
    I expect a poll asking which team was most successful will soon appear. Not certain of my choice but I would tend to disqualify any team that used picks on special team needs. Any thoughts on best pick in the later rounds (4-7)?

  17. broncosrbest

    The Browns are the team that everybody just laughs at, and with Baker at 1 the laughs grow.

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