Complete 2019 NFL Draft Order

The full 2019 NFL draft order can be found below, sorted by round. The list of 254 selections includes all traded draft picks and compensatory picks. We’ll continue to update the list leading up to the draft if additional deals are made.

Here’s the complete 2019 NFL draft order:

Updated: 4-23-19 (12:50pm CT)

Round 1:

  1. Arizona Cardinals
  2. San Francisco 49ers
  3. New York Jets
  4. Oakland Raiders
  5. Tampa Bay Buccaneers
  6. New York Giants
  7. Jacksonville Jaguars
  8. Detroit Lions
  9. Buffalo Bills
  10. Denver Broncos
  11. Cincinnati Bengals
  12. Green Bay Packers
  13. Miami Dolphins
  14. Atlanta Falcons
  15. Washington Redskins
  16. Carolina Panthers
  17. New York Giants (from Cleveland)
  18. Minnesota Vikings
  19. Tennessee Titans
  20. Pittsburgh Steelers
  21. Seattle Seahawks
  22. Baltimore Ravens
  23. Houston Texans
  24. Oakland Raiders (from Chicago)
  25. Philadelphia Eagles
  26. Indianapolis Colts
  27. Oakland Raiders (from Dallas)
  28. Los Angeles Chargers
  29. Seattle Seahawks (from Kansas City)
  30. Green Bay Packers (from New Orleans)
  31. Los Angeles Rams
  32. New England Patriots

Round 2:

  1. Arizona Cardinals
  2. Indianapolis Colts (from New York Jets)
  3. Oakland Raiders
  4. San Francisco 49ers
  5. New York Giants
  6. Jacksonville Jaguars
  7. Tampa Bay Buccaneers
  8. Buffalo Bills
  9. Denver Broncos
  10. Cincinnati Bengals
  11. Detroit Lions
  12. Green Bay Packers
  13. Atlanta Falcons
  14. Washington Redskins
  15. Carolina Panthers
  16. Miami Dolphins
  17. Cleveland Browns
  18. Minnesota Vikings
  19. Tennessee Titans
  20. Pittsburgh Steelers
  21. Philadelphia Eagles (from Baltimore)
  22. Houston Texans (from Seattle)
  23. Houston Texans
  24. New England Patriots (from Chicago)
  25. Philadelphia Eagles
  26. Dallas Cowboys
  27. Indianapolis Colts
  28. Los Angeles Chargers
  29. Kansas City Chiefs
  30. New Orleans Saints
  31. Kansas City Chiefs (from Los Angeles Rams)
  32. New England Patriots

Round 3:

  1. Arizona Cardinals
  2. Pittsburgh Steelers (from Oakland)
  3. San Francisco 49ers
  4. New York Jets
  5. Jacksonville Jaguars
  6. Tampa Bay Buccaneers
    New York Giants — used in 2018 supplemental draft
  7. Denver Broncos
  8. Cincinnati Bengals
  9. New England Patriots (from Detroit)
  10. Buffalo Bills
  11. Green Bay Packers
  12. Washington Redskins
  13. Carolina Panthers
  14. Miami Dolphins
  15. Atlanta Falcons
  16. Cleveland Browns
  17. Minnesota Vikings
  18. Tennessee Titans
  19. Pittsburgh Steelers
  20. Kansas City Chiefs (from Seattle)
  21. Baltimore Ravens
  22. Houston Texans
  23. Chicago Bears
  24. Detroit Lions (from Philadelphia)
  25. Indianapolis Colts
  26. Dallas Cowboys
  27. Los Angeles Chargers
  28. Seattle Seahawks (from Kansas City)
  29. New York Jets (from New Orleans)
  30. Los Angeles Rams
  31. New York Giants (from New England via Cleveland)
  32. Washington Redskins (compensatory)
  33. New England Patriots (compensatory)
  34. Jacksonville Jaguars (from Los Angeles Rams) (compensatory)
  35. Los Angeles Rams (compensatory)
  36. Carolina Panthers (compensatory)
  37. New England Patriots (compensatory)
  38. Baltimore Ravens (compensatory)

Round 4:

  1. Arizona Cardinals
  2. San Francisco 49ers
  3. New York Jets
  4. Oakland Raiders
  5. Tampa Bay Buccaneers
  6. New York Giants
  7. Jacksonville Jaguars
  8. Cincinnati Bengals
  9. Detroit Lions
  10. Buffalo Bills
  11. Baltimore Ravens (from Denver)
  12. Green Bay Packers
  13. Carolina Panthers
  14. Miami Dolphins
  15. Atlanta Falcons
  16. Green Bay Packers (from Washington)
  17. Cleveland Browns
  18. Minnesota Vikings
  19. Tennessee Titans
  20. Pittsburgh Steelers
  21. Baltimore Ravens
  22. Seattle Seahawks
  23. Denver Broncos (from Houston)
  24. Chicago Bears
  25. Philadelphia Eagles
  26. Dallas Cowboys
  27. Indianapolis Colts
  28. Los Angeles Chargers
  29. Buffalo Bills (from Kansas City)
  30. New York Giants (from New Orleans)
  31. Los Angeles Rams
  32. New England Patriots
  33. Indianapolis Colts (compensatory)
  34. Dallas Cowboys (compensatory)
  35. Atlanta Falcons (compensatory)
  36. Philadelphia Eagles (compensatory)

Round 5:

  1. Arizona Cardinals
  2. Oakland Raiders (from New York Jets)
  3. Pittsburgh Steelers (from Oakland)
  4. New York Giants (from San Francisco via Detroit)
  5. New York Giants
  6. Cleveland Browns (from Jacksonville)
  7. Tampa Bay Buccaneers
  8. Detroit Lions
  9. Buffalo Bills
  10. Denver Broncos
  11. Cincinnati Bengals
  12. Green Bay Packers
  13. Miami Dolphins
  14. Atlanta Falcons
  15. Washington Redskins
  16. Carolina Panthers
  17. Cleveland Browns
  18. Denver Broncos (from Minnesota)
  19. Tennessee Titans
  20. Buffalo Bills (from Pittsburgh via Oakland)
  21. Seattle Seahawks
  22. Baltimore Ravens
  23. Houston Texans
  24. Chicago Bears
  25. Philadelphia Eagles
  26. Indianapolis Colts
  27. Dallas Cowboys
  28. Los Angeles Chargers
  29. Kansas City Chiefs
  30. New Orleans Saints
  31. Los Angeles Rams
  32. Cleveland Browns (from New England)
  33. New York Giants (compensatory)
  34. Atlanta Falcons (compensatory)
  35. Washington Redskins (compensatory)

Round 6:

  1. Arizona Cardinals
  2. Pittsburgh Steelers (from Oakland)
  3. San Francisco 49ers
  4. New Orleans Saints (from New York Jets)
  5. Jacksonville Jaguars
  6. Arizona Cardinals (from Tampa Bay)
  7. New York Giants
  8. Buffalo Bills
  9. Denver Broncos
  10. Cincinnati Bengals
  11. Detroit Lions
  12. Green Bay Packers
  13. Atlanta Falcons
    Washington Redskins — used in 2018 supplemental draft
  14. Carolina Panthers
  15. Tennessee Titans (from Miami)
  16. Cleveland Browns
  17. Minnesota Vikings
  18. Baltimore Ravens (from Tennessee)
  19. Pittsburgh Steelers
  20. Baltimore Ravens
  21. Green Bay Packers (from Seattle)
  22. Houston Texans
  23. New York Jets (from Chicago via Oakland)
  24. Philadelphia Eagles
  25. Cincinnati Bengals (from Dallas)
  26. Indianapolis Colts
  27. Los Angeles Chargers
  28. Kansas City Chiefs
  29. New Orleans Saints
  30. Los Angeles Rams
  31. Detroit Lions (from New England)
  32. New England Patriots (compensatory)
  33. Washington Redskins (compensatory)
  34. Pittsburgh Steelers (from Arizona) (compensatory)
  35. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (from Philadelphia) (compensatory)
  36. Minnesota Vikings (compensatory)
  37. Cincinnati Bengals (compensatory)
  38. Cincinnati Bengals (compensatory)
  39. San Francisco 49ers (compensatory)
  40. Cincinnati Bengals (compensatory)
  41. Kansas City Chiefs (compensatory)

Round 7:

  1. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (from Arizona)
  2. Kansas City Chiefs (from San Francisco)
  3. New York Jets
  4. Oakland Raiders
  5. Pittsburgh Steelers (from Tampa Bay)
  6. Houston Texans (from New York Giants via Denver)
  7. Cleveland Browns (from Jacksonville)
  8. Chicago Bears (from Denver via Philadelphia)
  9. Cincinnati Bengals
  10. Detroit Lions
  11. Buffalo Bills
  12. Green Bay Packers
  13. Washington Redskins
  14. Buffalo Bills (from Carolina)
  15. Detroit Lions (from Miami)
  16. Atlanta Falcons
  17. New Orleans Saints (from Cleveland)
  18. New York Giants (from Minnesota)
  19. Miami Dolphins (from Tennessee)
  20. Miami Dolphins (from Pittsburgh via Cleveland)
  21. Oakland Raiders (from Seattle)
  22. Jacksonville Jaguars (from Baltimore)
  23. Denver Broncos (from Houston)
  24. Chicago Bears
  25. New England Patriots (from Philadelphia)
  26. Indianapolis Colts
  27. Dallas Cowboys
  28. Los Angeles Chargers
  29. New England Patriots (from Kansas City via San Francisco and Cleveland)
  30. New Orleans Saints
  31. New York Giants (from Los Angeles Rams)
  32. New England Patriots
  33. Minnesota Vikings (compensatory)
  34. Arizona Cardinals (compensatory)
  35. Arizona Cardinals (compensatory)
  36. Minnesota Vikings (compensatory)
  37. Los Angeles Rams (compensatory)
  38. New England Patriots (compensatory)
  39. Washington Redskins (compensatory)
  40. Arizona Cardinals (compensatory)
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9 comments on “Complete 2019 NFL Draft Order

  1. RockHauler

    Still trying to figure out how NE Pats get so many compensatory picks in 3rd round (2), and also have the 2nd easiest strength of schedule schedule once again this coming year?
    Wasn’t the whole idea of The NFL scheduling suppose to be to make the better teams play the harder schedules and the weaker teams play the easy schedules (to once again bring parity to the league)? Yet the Raiders have the hardest, followed by he Jaguars and Texans both within the top 5 hardest schedules in he league?

    • petersdylan36

      Well the schedule thing is pretty easy to figure out.
      Every team plays 6 division games a year (2 against every team in their division)

      So the patriots will play:
      Miami (7-9)
      Buffalo (6-10)
      New York (4-12)
      Combined record (17-31)

      The raiders will play:
      Kansas City (12-4)
      Chargers (12-4)
      Denver (6-10)
      Combined record (30-18)

      It’s the way the division played out last year. The two best teams in the AFC just happened to be in their division and they have to play them twice.

      This is exactly why the patriots have been able to win 10 straight division titles because their division has looked the same for so long. They have pretty much been given at least 5 wins a year via the division, then after that, that only need to go 5-5 in their other non division games to make the playoffs

      • petersdylan36

        Look at the bucs schedule this past year. Their division had three teams make the playoffs from the previous year, so they had to play the panthers, falcons, saints all twice after all three made the playoffs

    • bradthebluefish
      bradthebluefish

      Pats only have the easiest schedule because of their division. :-P

      Teasing aside, I’m with you. This should be looked into.

    • Stillers12
      Stillers12

      Giants gave Solder a huge contract and Titans gave Butler a huge contract. Boom. 2 3rd round compensatory picks.

    • I mean it just shows how bad the AFC East is. The way the schedule is made provides basically very little flexibility. 6 games against division rivals, 4 games against a specific division from your own conference and 4 games against a specific division from the other conference on a rotation from year-to-year, and then 2 games against other teams that finished with the same “division ranking” as the team in question (so the Patriots would play two other teams that won their division).

      In regards to compensatory picks the formula is pretty simple. If a team spends less on outside free agents than what their own free agents get from other teams, you get a compensatory pick. Its why you dont often see the Patriots spend in free agency and only really resign key players. I widely expect them to get another couple of compensatory picks next year considering they have a couple of guys who are entering free agency with their stock at pretty high value.

  2. mikey

    It’s so weird to see the browns not have a top 5 pick in the draft. I don’t remember the last time they weren’t.

  3. Stillers12
    Stillers12

    Would it have killed them to put numbers in front of the picks instead of bullets?

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