Seahawks Rumors

Latest On Seahawks’ QB Situation

Seattle made headlines in early March when they agreed to trade Russell Wilson to the Broncos in exchange for multiple draft picks, quarterback Drew Lock, defensive lineman Shelby Harris, and tight end Noah Fant. After losing their starter of the last ten years, the Seahawks are going through the motions now of determining who will be taking snaps from under center when the season starts this fall. 

Through Phase II of their offseason program, returning Seahawk Geno Smith has been taking the first snaps in drills, according to Albert Breer of Sports Illustrated. Breer still expects Lock to emerge as the starter, in time, once he’s had the opportunity to make up ground as a newcomer to Seattle’s system.

The 31-year-old Smith returned to starting duties this past season for the first time since 2017 and for the first time in multiple games in a season since his sophomore year with the Jets all the way back in 2014. Smith signed with Seattle in 2019, spending two years as Wilson’s backup while only making an appearance in one game. Last season, though, saw Smith relieve Wilson when the latter suffered a finger injury in a Week 5 loss to the Rams.

Smith finished the game for Wilson and, when Wilson was put on injured reserve, Smith started the next three games for the Seahawks. Smith performed admirably in Wilson’s stead, completing 68.4% of his passes for 702 yards while tossing 5 touchdowns to 1 interception. He also added 42 yards and a touchdown on the ground in 9 carries. Even though the team went 1-2 with Smith as a starter, he kept the Seahawks competitive, not only proving that he still has some gas in the tank but showing some of the best football of his career to date.

Lock was a second-round pick for the Broncos back in 2019, a backup option to then-newly acquired starting quarterback Joe Flacco. Lock suffered a preseason thumb injury that landed him on injured reserve, returning to practice in mid-November. Flacco suffered a neck injury that would require surgery and after three games of Brandon Allen, Denver turned to their rookie coming off injured reserve.

Lock took the NFL-world by storm, winning four of the Broncos last five games of the season. In that stretch Lock completed 64.1% of his passes for 1,020 yards, throwing 7 touchdowns to 3 interceptions. Lock took on full-time starting duties in his sophomore season. His completion percentage dropped to 57.34% on the year and his interceptions caught up to his touchdowns as his touchdown-interception ratio read 16-15. In his 13 starts, the Bronco went just 4-9. Last season saw Lock lose the quarterback competition to Teddy Bridgewater. Lock appeared in injury relief in two games before a concussion to Bridgewater in Week 14 handed Lock the keys to the offense for the rest of the season. The Broncos would lose all three of Lock’s starts, in which he would show more of the same from his full season as a starter.

Breer sees Lock emerging as the starting quarterback because of reports from 2019 that general manager John Schneider “really liked Lock coming out” of college, adding that the inclusion of Lock in the trade deal was similar to Jared Goff‘s inclusion in the Matthew Stafford-trade Detroit made last year. Breer also points out that Lock’s offensive coordinator during the best stretch of his young career during that rookie season was Rich Scangarello, who ran a very similar offense to Seahawks offensive coordinator Shane Waldron.

Behind Smith and Lock is the young Jacob Eason who failed to impress in very limited action with the Colts last year. The job will fall on the shoulders of either Smith or Lock, with Seahawks-fans likely hoping that Lock, the younger of the two, will establish himself as their future at the position.

Seahawks’ Alonzo Highsmith To Join Miami Hurricanes’ Staff

An NFL executive for more than two decades, Alonzo Highsmith spent nearly two years with the Seahawks. The former running back will wrap his Seattle tenure, however, and return to Miami.

A key figure on a few dominant Hurricanes teams in the 1980s, Highsmith accepted a position with the ACC school’s athletic department, according to Dave Hyde of the South Florida Sun Sentinel. Highsmith was a candidate to become Miami’s athletic director in December, per Hyde, and will assist new Hurricanes AD Dan Radakovich going forward.

Highsmith, 57, signed on as a part-time Seahawks exec early in 2020, following a departure from the Browns. John Dorsey brought Highsmith to Cleveland from Green Bay, marking a multiyear reunion. When the Browns pushed Dorsey aside after the 2019 season, however, their new front office plan did not include Highsmith. After serving as a Seahawks consultant during the 2020 offseason, Highsmith was one of the front office’s key figures over the past two years.

The Seahawks have lost multiple John Schneider lieutenants over the past year and change. Highsmith follows Scott Fitterer out of Seattle; Fitterer is now the Panthers’ GM. Highsmith had worked with Schneider for many years in Green Bay, wrapping a 19-year Packers tenure in 2018.

The Oilers drafted Highsmith third overall in 1987, but knee injuries limited his success in the pros. After making a transition to scouting in the 1990s, Highsmith will make another big move out of the NFL nearly 30 years later.

Seahawks Signing WR Marquise Goodwin

The Seahawks are bringing in some veteran competition to camp with the signing of wide receiver Marquise Goodwin, according to Aaron Wilson of Pro Football Network. Goodwin will be looking to use camp to solidify a spot on his fourth NFL team. 

Goodwin is a deep-threat wide receiver that was drafted out of Texas in the third round of the 2013 NFL Draft by the Bills. His best year in Buffalo saw him catch 29 passes for 431 yards and three touchdowns.

That performance convinced the 49ers to give him a chance and Goodwin gave them the best season of his career, catching 56 balls for 962 yards and two touchdowns. He was only able to play in 11 games the following year, but was still able to put up a career high four touchdown catches. He played in nine games to start the 2019 season, before being placed on injured reserve.

The 49ers traded Goodwin to Philadelphia in the next offseason for a swap of sixth round picks. Goodwin took the option available to all players that year: opting out of the 2020 season due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Stipulations in the trade agreement reverted Goodwin back to San Francisco and the Eagles received a seventh-round draft pick as a result of the failed deal. The 49ers released him the next day. Last season, Goodwin signed with the Bears, getting limited looks in 14 games of action.

Seattle returns their top three wide receivers in D.K. Metcalf, Tyler Lockett, and Freddie Swain, but, behind them, their fourth-most productive receiver was rookie D’Wayne Eskridge who had 10 receptions for 64 yards in 2021.

The deal should be a nice win-win opportunity for both sides: Goodwin getting another chance to contribute and Seattle getting a bit of bench depth for their wide receiver corps.

NFC Rumors: Jenkins, Eagles, Seahawks, Rams

Offensive lineman Teven Jenkins was taken in the second round of the 2021 NFL Draft last year by the Chicago Bears, but only got a small portion of his rookie season to earn a spot on the line. Well, according to Adam Jahns of The Athletic, the new Bears’ staff is giving him the best chance, alongside fellow 2021 Draft pick Larry Borom, to start at right or left tackle.

Jenkins underwent back surgery in the preseason last year and was placed on injured reserve. He returned and made his debut in early December, playing on special teams. An injury to left tackle Jason Peters opened the door for Jenkins and he subbed in for the next two weeks, returning to a reserve role after that.

New offensive line coach Chris Morgan has been pleasantly surprised by the two second-year players, so far, but remarks that “everything changes once the pads come on.” It appears, though, that, for now, the starting tackle jobs are Jenkins and Borom’s to lose.

Here are some other rumors from around the NFC, starting with a rumor out of the City of Brotherly Love:

  • The Eagles were the franchise that mercifully and excitedly put an end to the slide of presumed first-round pick Nakobe Dean. Dean ended up falling to the third round due to projections about his long-term health. The Eagles could’ve gone another route, though, according to Zach Berman of The Athletic. Berman says that Philadelphia reportedly had multiple trade offers to move back from the pick they used to select Dean. Due to their significant lack of of Day 3 picks, it would have made all of the sense in the world for them to take one of those teams up on their offers, but, lo and behold, the Eagles stood pat and drafted Dean, a testament to the confidence they have in his addition.
  • The Eagles weren’t the only team looking at the possibility of moving. According to Brady Henderson of ESPN, “the Seahawks tried to trade up into the late first round” of the 2022 NFL Draft for Penn State outside linebacker Arnold Ebiketie. Like Philadelphia, Seattle stood pat, hoping he may slide to them in the second round. Unfortunately for the Seahawks, Atlanta moved up to select Ebiketie two spots in front of them. Seattle ended up selecting Minnesota outside linebacker Boye Mafe instead. Mafe is no consolation prize but a strong pick in his own regard, having generated first-round buzz before slipping to the front of the second round. Seattle swung and missed on Ebiketie, but they most certainly did not strike out when they landed Mafe.
  • The Rams won Super Bowl LVI despite the losses before the game of tight end Tyler Higbee and safety Jordan Fuller. Fuller suffered an ankle injury in the team’s Week 18 loss to the 49ers and Higbee suffered a knee injury in the NFC Championship game. Both players underwent offseason surgery and, according to Jourdan Rodrigue of The Athletic, are “working their way back up to full football activity.”

Baker Mayfield Still On Radar For Seahawks, Panthers

Shortly after the draft, Pete Carroll said he does not envision the Seahawks trading for a quarterback. Of course, the 13th-year Seahawks HC said at the Combine the team had no intention of trading Russell Wilson. Plans change. The Seahawks are now pitting two 2021 backups (Drew Lock and Geno Smith) against one another to succeed Wilson.

On that note, the team has not closed the door on Baker Mayfield, Jeff Howe of The Athletic notes (subscription required). The Panthers remain open to trading for the disgruntled Browns QB as well, but a familiar refrain continues to interrupt a potential deal. Both teams are not satisfied with where the Browns are regarding Mayfield’s fifth-year option salary.

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Browns-Panthers talks progressed ahead of the draft’s second night, but Cleveland was not willing to pay enough of Mayfield’s salary ($18.9MM) for Carolina’s liking. The Panthers drafted Ole Miss’ Matt Corral that night, but the Ole Miss product would likely not deter a healthy Mayfield from taking the Panthers’ reins.

Both NFC teams connected to Mayfield want the Browns to pay most of that salary, per Howe, who adds the Browns are essentially daring each franchise to move forward with their present quarterback plans. Cleveland is betting both teams would pay Mayfield more than the veteran minimum ($1.1MM), which factors into this standstill. While Corral-Sam Darnold and Lock-Smith competitions do not exactly inspire, the Panthers and Seahawks are making the reverse bet — that the Browns will cut bait rather than let this drag deep into the summer. A free agency pursuit would certainly be interesting, but we are not there yet.

The surgery Mayfield underwent on his non-throwing shoulder would prevent him from practicing at this point; this also limits the former playoff starter’s trade value. The 49ers are in a similar situation with Jimmy Garoppolo, whose availability also impacts Mayfield. An NFC in which Mayfield and Garoppolo are in Seattle and Carolina, with the 49ers presumably preferring to deal Garoppolo out of the NFC West, would be more appealing than where those QB competitions currently stand. And rumors connecting the two veterans to these teams likely will not subside until each returns to full strength at some point this summer.

2022 NFL Draft Results: Team By Team

The 2022 NFL Draft has arrived! As the picks come in, we’ll keep track of each team’s haul right here:

Arizona Cardinals

Round 2: No. 55 Trey McBride, TE (Colorado State) (signed)
Round 3: No. 87 Cameron Thomas, DE (San Diego State) (signed)
Round 3: No. 100 (from Ravens) Myjai Sanders, DE (Cincinnati) (signed)
Round 6: No. 201 Keaontay Ingram, RB (USC) (signed)
Round 6: No. 215 Lecitus Smith, OG (Virginia Tech) (signed)
Round 7: No. 244 Christian Matthew, CB (Valdosta State) (signed)
Round 7: No. 256 Jesse Luketa, OLB (Penn State) (signed)
Round 7: No. 257 Marquis Hayes, OG (Oklahoma) (signed)

Atlanta Falcons

Round 1: No. 8 Drake London, WR (USC) (signed)
Round 2: No. 38 (from Panthers through Jets and Giants) Arnold Ebiketie, OLB (Penn State)
Round 2: No. 58 (from Titans) Troy Andersen, LB (Montana State) (signed)
Round 3: No. 74 Desmond Ridder, QB (Cincinnati)
Round 3: No. 82 (from Colts) DeAngelo Malone, LB (Western Kentucky) (signed)
Round 5: No. 151 Tyler Allgeier, RB (BYU) (signed)
Round 6: No. 190 Justin Shaffer, OG (Georgia) (signed)
Round 6: No. 213 John FitzPatrick, TE (Georgia) (signed)

Baltimore Ravens

Round 1: No. 14 Kyle Hamilton, S (Notre Dame)
Round 1: No. 25 (from Bills) Tyler Linderbaum, C (Iowa)
Round 2: No. 45 David Ojabo, OLB (Michigan)
Round 3: No. 76 Travis Jones, NT (Connecticut) (signed)
Round 4: No. 110 (from Giants) Daniel Faalele, OT (Minnesota)
Round 4: No. 119 Jayln Armour-Davis, CB (Alabama)
Round 4: No. 128 (from Cardinals) Charlie Kolar, TE (Iowa State)
Round 4: No. 130 (from Bills) Jordan Stout, P (Penn State)
Round 4: No. 139 Isaiah Likely, TE (Coastal Carolina)
Round 4: No. 141 Damarion Williams, CB (Houston)
Round 6: No. 196 (from Dolphins) Tyler Badie, RB (Missouri) (signed)

Buffalo Bills

Round 1: No. 23 (from Cardinals through Ravens) Kaiir Elam, CB (Florida) (signed)
Round 2: No. 63 (from Bengals) James Cook, RB (Georgia) (signed)
Round 3: No. 89 Terrel Bernard, LB (Baylor) (signed)
Round 5: No. 148 (from Bears) Khalil Shakir, WR (Boise State) (signed)
Round 6: No. 180 (from Jaguars through Buccaneers) Matt Araiza, P (San Diego State) (signed)
Round 6: No. 185 (from Panthers) Christian Benford, CB (Villanova) (signed)
Round 6: No. 209 (from Bengals) Luke Tenuta, OT (Virginia Tech) (signed)
Round 7: No. 231 (from Falcons) Baylon Spector, LB (Clemson) (signed)

Carolina Panthers

Round 1: No. 6 Ikem Ekwonu, OL (NC State) (signed)
Round 3: No. 94 (from Chiefs through Patriots) Matt Corral, QB (Ole Miss)
Round 4: No. 120 (from Commanders through Saints) Brandon Smith, LB (Penn State)
Round 6: No. 189 (from Commanders) Amare Barno, Edge (Virginia Tech) (signed)
Round 6: No. 199 (from Raiders) Cade Mays, OG (Tennessee) (signed)
Round 7: No. 242 (from Patriots through Dolphins) Kalon Barnes, CB (Baylor)

Chicago Bears

Round 2: No. 39 Kyler Gordon, CB (Washington)
Round 2: No. 48 (from Chargers) Jaquan Brisker, S (Penn State)
Round 3: No. 71 Velus Jones, WR (Tennessee) (signed)
Round 5: No. 168 (from Bills) Braxton Jones, OT (Southern Utah State) (signed)
Round 5: No. 174 (from Bengals): Dominique Robinson, OLB (Miami University) (signed)
Round 6: No. 186 Zach Thomas, OG (San Diego State) (signed)
Round 6: No. 203 (from Bills) Trestan Ebner, RB (Baylor) (signed)
Round 6: No. 207 (from 49ers through Jets and Texans): Doug Kramer, OG (Illinois) (signed)
Round 7: No. 226 (from Giants through Bengals): Ja’Tyre Carter, C (Southern) (signed)
Round 7: No. 254 (from Chargers) Elijah Hicks, S (California) (signed)
Round 7: No. 255 (from Chargers) Trenton Gill, P (NC State) (signed)

Cincinnati Bengals

Round 1: No. 31 Daxton Hill, S (Michigan) (signed)
Round 2: No. 60 (from Buccaneers through Bills) Cam Taylor-Britt, CB (Nebraska) (signed)
Round 3: No. 95 Zachary Carter, DL (Florida) (signed)
Round 4: No. 136 Cordell Volson, OL (North Dakota State)
Round 5: No. 166 (from Cardinals through Eagles, Texans and Bears): Tycen Anderson, S (Toledo) (signed)
Round 7: No. 252 Jeffrey Gunter, DE (Coastal Carolina) (signed)

Cleveland Browns

Round 3: No. 68 (from Texans) Martin Emerson, CB (Mississippi State) (signed)
Round 3: No. 78 Alex Wright, DE (UAB) (signed)
Round 3: No. 99 David Bell, WR (Purdue) (signed)
Round 4: No. 108 (from Texans) Perrion Winfrey, DT (Oklahoma)
Round 4: No. 124 (from Eagles through Texans) Cade York, K (LSU)
Round 5: No. 156 (from Vikings through Ravens) Jerome Ford, RB (Cincinnati) (signed)
Round 6: No. 202 (from Cowboys) Mike Woods, WR (Oklahoma) (signed)
Round 7: No. 223 (from Lions) Isaiah Thomas, DE (Oklahoma) (signed)
Round 7: No. 246 (from Bills) Dawson Deaton, C (Texas Tech) (signed)

Dallas Cowboys

Round 1: No. 24 Tyler Smith, OL (Tulsa) (signed)
Round 2: No. 56 Sam Williams, DE (Ole Miss) (signed)
Round 3: No. 88 Jalen Tolbert, WR (South Alabama) (signed)
Round 4: No. 129 Jake Ferguson, TE (Wisconsin)
Round 5: No. 155 (from Browns) Matt Waletzko, OT (North Dakota) (signed)
Round 5: No. 167 DaRon Bland, CB (Fresno State) (signed)
Round 5: No. 176 Damone Clark, LB (LSU) (signed)
Round 5: No. 178 John Ridgeway, DT (Arkansas) (signed)
Round 6: No. 193 (from Browns) Devin Harper, LB (Oklahoma State) (signed)

Denver Broncos

Round 2: No. 64 (from Rams) Nik Bonitto, LB (Oklahoma) (signed)
Round 3: No. 80 (from Saints through Texans) Greg Dulcich, TE (UCLA) (signed)
Round 4: No. 115 Damarri Mathis, CB (Pittsburgh)
Round 4: No. 116 (from Seahawks) Eyioma Uwazurike, DT (Iowa State)
Round 5: No. 152 Delarrin Turner-Yell, S (Oklahoma) (signed)
Round 5: No. 162 (from Eagles through Texans) Montrell Washington, WR (Samford) (signed)
Round 5: No. 171 (from Packers): Luke Wattenberg, C (Washington) (signed)
Round 6: No. 206 (from Buccaneers through Jets and Eagles) Matt Henningsen, DT (Wisconsin) (signed)
Round 7: No. 232 Faion Hicks, CB (Wisconsin) (signed)

Detroit Lions

Round 1: No. 2 Aidan Hutchinson, DE (Michigan) (signed)
Round 1: No. 12 (from Vikings) Jameson Williams, WR (Alabama) (signed)
Round 2: No. 46 (from Vikings) Josh Paschal, DE (Kentucky)
Round 3: No. 97 Kerby Joseph, S (Illinois) (signed)
Round 5: No. 177 James Mitchell, TE (Virginia Tech) (signed)
Round 6: No. 188 (from Seahawks through Jaguars and Eagles) Malcolm Rodriguez, LB (Oklahoma State) (signed)
Round 6: No. 217 James Houston, DE (Jackson State) (signed)
Round 7: No. 237 (from Saints through Eagles) Chase Lucas, CB (Arizona State) (signed)

Green Bay Packers

Round 1: No. 22 (from Raiders) Quay Walker, LB (Georgia) (signed)
Round 1: No. 28 Devonte Wyatt, DT (Georgia) (signed)
Round 2: No. 34 (from Lions through Vikings) Christian Watson, WR (North Dakota State)
Round 3: No. 92 Sean Rhyan, OL (UCLA) (signed)
Round 4: No. 132 Romeo Doubs, WR (Nevada) (signed)
Round 4: No. 140 Zach Tom, OT (Wake Forest) (signed)
Round 5: No. 179 (from Colts through Broncos) Kingsley Enagbare, DL (South Carolina) (signed)
Round 7: No. 228 (from Bears through Texans) Tariq Carpenter, LB (Georgia Tech) (signed)
Round 7: No. 234 (from Browns through Lions and Broncos) Jonathan Ford, DT (Miami) (signed)
Round 7: No. 249 Rasheed Walker, OT (Penn State) (signed)
Round 7: No. 258 Samori Toure, WR (Nebraska) (signed)

Houston Texans

Round 1: No. 3 Derek Stingley Jr., CB (LSU) (signed)
Round 1: No. 15 (from Dolphins through Eagles) Kenyon Green, G (Texas A&M) (signed)
Round 2: No. 37 Jalen Pitre, S (Baylor) (signed)
Round 2: No. 44 (from Browns) John Metchie III, WR (Alabama) (signed)
Round 3: No. 75 (from Broncos) Christian Harris, LB (Alabama)
Round 4: No. 107 (from Lions through Browns) Dameon Pierce, RB (Florida) (signed)
Round 5: No. 150 (from Bears): Thomas Booker, DT (Stanford) (signed)
Round 5: No. 170 (from Buccaneers through Patriots): Teagan Quitoriano, TE (Oregon State) (signed)
Round 6: No. 205 (from Packers) Austin Deculus, OL (LSU) (signed)

Indianapolis Colts

Round 2: No. 53 (from Raiders through Packers and Vikings) Alec Pierce, WR (Cincinnati) (signed)
Round 3: No. 73 (from Commanders) Jelani Woods, TE (Virginia) (signed)
Round 3: No. 77 (from Vikings) Bernhard Raimann, OT (Central Michigan) (signed)
Round 3: No. 96 (from Rams through Broncos) Nick Cross, S (Maryland) (signed)
Round 5: No. 159 Eric Johnson, DT (Missouri State) (signed)
Round 6: No. 192 (from Vikings) Andrew Ogletree, TE (Youngstown State) (signed)
Round 6: No. 216 Curtis Brooks, DT (Cincinnati) (signed)
Round 7: No. 239 Rodney Thomas II, S (Yale) (signed)

Jacksonville Jaguars

Round 1: No. 1 Travon Walker, Edge (Georgia) (signed)
Round 1: No. 27 (from Buccaneers) Devin Lloyd, LB (Utah) (signed)
Round 3: No. 65 Luke Fortner, C (Kentucky) (signed)
Round 3: No. 70 (from Panthers) Chad Muma, LB (Wyoming) (signed)
Round 5: No. 154 (from Commanders through Eagles): Snoop Conner, RB (Ole Miss) (signed)
Round 6: No. 197 (from Eagles) Gregory Junior, CB (Ouachita Baptist) (signed)
Round 7: No. 222 Montaric Brown, CB (Arkansas) (signed)

Kansas City Chiefs

Round 1: No. 21 (from Patriots) Trent McDuffie, CB (Washington) (signed)
Round 1: No. 30 George Karlaftis, DE (Purdue) (signed)
Round 2: No. 54 (from Patriots) Skyy Moore, WR (Western Michigan)
Round 2: No. 62 Bryan Cook, S (Cincinnati) (signed)
Round 3: No. 103 Leo Chenal, LB (Wisconsin)
Round 4: No. 135 Joshua Williams, CB (Fayetteville State)
Round 5: No. 145 (from Seahawks) Darian Kinnard, OG (Kentucky) (signed)
Round 7: No. 243 (from Raiders through Patriots) Jaylen Watson, CB (Washington State) (signed)
Round 7: No. 251 Isaih Pacheco, RB (Rutgers) (signed)
Round 7: No. 259 Nazeeh Johnson, S (Marshall) (signed)

Las Vegas Raiders

Round 3: No. 90 (from Titans) Dylan Parham, G (Memphis) (signed)
Round 4: No. 122 (from Vikings through Colts) Zamir White, RB (Georgia)
Round 4: No. 126 (from Raiders through Vikings): Neil Farrell, DT (LSU)
Round 5: No. 175 (from Rams): Matthew Butler, DT (Tennessee) (signed)
Round 7: No. 238 (from Dolphins through Rams) Thayer Munford, OT (Ohio State) (signed)
Round 7: No. 250 (from Vikings through 49ers and Broncos) Brittain Brown, RB (UCLA) (signed)

Los Angeles Chargers

Round 1: No. 17 Zion Johnson, OL (Boston College) (signed)
Round 3: No. 79 JT Woods, S (Baylor)
Round 4: No. 123 Isaiah Spiller, RB (Texas A&M)
Round 5: No. 160 Otito Ogbonnia, DT (UCLA) (signed)
Round 6: No. 195 Jamaree Salyer, OG (Georgia) (signed)
Round 6: No. 214 Ja’Sir Taylor, CB (Wake Forest) (signed)
Round 7: No. 236 Deane Leonard, CB (Ole Miss) (signed)
Round 7: No. 260 Zander Horvath, FB (Purdue) (signed)

Los Angeles Rams

Round 3: No. 104 Logan Bruss, G (Wisconsin)
Round 4: No. 142 Decobie Durant, CB (South Carolina State)
Round 5: No. 164 (from Patriots through Raiders) Kyren Williams, RB (Notre Dame)
Round 6: No. 211 Quentin Lake, S (UCLA)
Round 6: No. 212 Derion Kendrick, CB (Georgia)
Round 7: No. 235 (from Ravens through Jaguars and Buccaneers) Daniel Hardy, OLB (Montana State)
Round 7: No. 253 Russ Yeast, S (Kansas State)
Round 7: No. 261 AJ Arcuri, OT (Michigan State)

Miami Dolphins

Round 3: No. 102 Channing Tindall, LB (Georgia) (signed)
Round 4: No. 125 (from Steelers) Erik Ezukanma, WR (Texas Tech)
Round 7: No. 224 (from Texans through Patriots and Ravens) Cameron Goode, DE (California) (signed)
Round 7: No. 247 (from Titans) Skylar Thompson, QB (Kansas State) (signed)

Minnesota Vikings

Round 1: No. 32 (from Rams through Lions) Lewis Cine, S (Georgia) (signed)
Round 2: No. 42 (from Commanders through Colts) Andrew Booth, CB (Clemson)
Round 2: No. 59 (from Packers) Ed Ingram, G (LSU)
Round 3: No. 66 (from Lions) Brian Asamoah, LB (Oklahoma)
Round 4: No. 118 (from Browns) Akayleb Evans, CB (Missouri)
Round 5: No. 165 (from Raiders): Esezi Otomewo, DE (Minnesota) (signed)
Round 6: No. 169 (from Titans through Raiders): Ty Chandler, RB (North Carolina) (signed)
Round 6: No. 184 (from Jets): Vederian Lowe, OT (Illinois) (signed)
Round 6: No. 191 (from Ravens through Chiefs) Jalen Nailor, WR (Michigan State) (signed)
Round 7: No. 227 (from Raiders through Panthers) Nick Muse, TE (South Carolina) (signed)

New England Patriots

Round 1: No. 29 (from 49ers through Dolphins and Chiefs) Cole Strange, G (UT-Chattanooga)
Round 2: No. 50 (from Dolphins through Chiefs) Tyquan Thornton, WR (Baylor)
Round 3: No. 85 Marcus Jones, CB (Houston) (signed)
Round 4: No. 121 (from Dolphins through Chiefs) Jackie Jones, CB (Arizona State)
Round 4: No. 127 Pierre Strong, RB (South Dakota State)
Round 4: No. 137 (from Rams through Texans and Panthers) Bailey Zappe, QB (Western Kentucky)
Round 6: No. 183 (from Texans) Kevin Harris, RB (South Carolina) (signed)
Round 6: No. 200 Sam Roberts, DT (Northwest Missouri State) (signed)
Round 6: No. 210:  Chasen HinesC (LSU) (signed)
Round 7: No. 245 (from Cowboys through Texans) Andrew Stueber, OG (Michigan) (signed)

New Orleans Saints

Round 1: No. 11 (from Commanders) Chris Olave, WR (Ohio State) (signed)
Round 1: No. 19 (from Eagles) Trevor Penning, OT (Northern Iowa) (signed)
Round 2: No. 49 Alontae Taylor, CB (Tennessee)
Round 5: No. 161 D’Marco Jackson, LB (Appalachian State) (signed)
Round 6: No. 194 (from Colts through Eagles) Jordan Jackson, DT (Air Force) (signed)
Round 6: No. — Selection forfeited

New York Giants

Round 1: No. 5 Kayvon Thibodeaux, DE (Oregon) (signed)
Round 1: No. 7 (from Bears) Evan Neal, OT (Alabama) (signed)
Round 2: No. 43 (from Falcons) Wan’Dale Robinson, WR (Kentucky)
Round 3: No. 67 Joshua Ezeudu, G (North Carolina) (signed)
Round 3: No. 81 (from Dolphins) Cor’Dale Flott, CB (LSU) (signed)
Round 4: No. 112 (from Bears) Daniel Bellinger, TE (San Diego State)
Round 4: No. 114 (from Falcons) Dane Belton, S (Iowa)
Round 5: No. 146 (from Jets) Micah McFadden, LB (Indiana) (signed)
Round 5: No. 147 D.J. Davidson, DT (Arizona State) (signed)
Round 5: No. 173 (from Chiefs through Ravens) Marcus McKethan, OG (North Carolina) (signed)
Round 6: No. 182 Darrian Beavers, LB (Cincinnati) (signed)

New York Jets

Round 1: No. 4 Ahmad Gardner, CB (Cincinnati) (signed)
Round 1: No. 10 (from Seahawks) Garrett Wilson, WR (Ohio State) (signed)
Round 1: No. 26 (from Titans) Jermaine Johnson II, DE (Florida State) (signed)
Round 2: No. 36 (from Giants) Breece Hall, RB (Iowa State)
Round 3: No. 101 (from Saints through Eagles and Titans) Jeremy Ruckert, TE (Ohio State) (signed)
Round 4: No. 111 (from Panthers) Max Mitchell, OT (Louisiana)
Round 4: No. 117 (from Vikings) Michael Clemons, DE (Texas A&M)

Philadelphia Eagles

Round 1: No. 13 (from Browns through Texans) Jordan Davis, DT (Georgia) (signed)
Round 2: No. 51 Cam Jurgens, C (Nebraska)
Round 3: No. 83 Nakobe Dean, LB (Georgia) (signed)
Round 6: No. 181 (from Lions): Kyron Johnson, LB (Kansas) (signed)
Round 6: No. 198 (from Steelers through Jaguars): TE Grant Calcaterra, TE (SMU) (signed)

Pittsburgh Steelers

Round 1: No. 20 Kenny Pickett, QB (Pittsburgh)
Round 2: No. 52 George Pickens, WR (Georgia) (signed)
Round 3: No. 84 DeMarvin Leal, DE (Texas A&M) (signed)
Round 4: No. 138 Calvin Austin III, WR (Memphis)
Round 6: No. 208 (from Chiefs) Connor Heyward, TE (Michigan State) (signed)
Round 7: No. 225 (from Jets) Mark Robinson, LB (Ole Miss) (signed)
Round 7: No. 241 Chris Oladokun, QB (South Dakota State) (signed)

San Francisco 49ers

Round 2: No. 61 Drake Jackson, DE (USC)
Round 3: No. 93 Tyrion Davis-Price, RB (LSU)
Round 3: No. 105 Danny Gray, WR (SMU)
Round 4: No. 134 Spencer Burford, OL (Texas-San Antonio)
Round 5: No. 172 Samuel Womack, CB (Toledo)
Round 6: No. 187 (from Broncos) Nick Zakelj, OT (Fordham)
Round 6: No. 220 Kalia Davis, DT (Central Florida)
Round 6: No. 221 Tariq Castro-Fields, CB (Penn State)
Round 7: No. 262 Brock Purdy, QB (Iowa State)

Seattle Seahawks

Round 1: No. 9 (from Broncos) Charles Cross, OT (Mississippi State)
Round 2: No. 40 (from Broncos) Boye Mafe, DE (Minnesota)
Round 2: No. 41 Kenneth Walker III, RB (Michigan State)
Round 3: No. 72 Abraham Lucas, OT (Washington State) (signed)
Round 4: No. 109 (from Jets) Coby Bryant, CB (Cincinnati)
Round 5: No. 153 Tariq Woolen, CB (Texas-San Antonio) (signed)
Round 5: No. 158 (from Dolphins through Patriots and Chiefs): Tyreke Smith, DE (Ohio State) (signed)
Round 7: No. 229 Bo Melton, WR (Rutgers) (signed)
Round 7: No. 233 (from Vikings through Chiefs): Dareke Young, WR (Lenoir-Rhyne) (signed)

Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Round 2: No. 33 (from Jaguars) Logan Hall, DL (Houston)
Round 2: No. 57 (from Bills) Luke Goedeke, OL (Central Michigan)
Round 3: No. 91 Rachaad White, RB (Arizona State) (signed)
Round 4: No. 106 (from Jaguars) Cade Otton, TE (Washington)
Round 4: No. 133 Jake Camarda, P (Georgia)
Round 5: No. 157 (from Vikings through Jaguars): Zyon McCollum, CB (Sam Houston State) (signed)
Round 6: No. 218 (from Rams) Ko Kieft, TE (Minnesota) (signed)
Round 7: No. 248 Andre Anthony, DE (LSU) (signed)

Tennessee Titans

Round 1: No. 18 (from Saints through Eagles) Treylon Burks, WR (Arkansas) (signed)
Round 2: No. 35 (from Jets) Roger McCreary, CB (Auburn)
Round 3: No. 69 (from Jets) Nicholas Petit-Frere, OT (Ohio State) (signed)
Round 4: No. 86 (from Raiders) Malik Willis, QB (Liberty)
Round 4: No. 131 Hassan Haskins, RB (Michigan) (signed)
Round 4: No. 143 Chig Okonkwo, TE (Maryland) (signed)
Round 5: No. 163 (from Steelers through Jets) Kyle Phillips, WR (UCLA) (signed)
Round 6: No. 204 Theo Jackson, CB (Tennessee) (signed)
Round 6: No. 219 Chance Campbell, LB (Ole Miss) (signed)

Washington Commanders

Round 1: No. 16 (from Colts through Eagles and Saints) Jahan Dotson, WR (Penn State) (signed)
Round 2: No. 47 (from Colts) Phidarian Mathis, DT (Alabama)
Round 3: No. 98 (from Saints) Brian Robinson, RB (Alabama) (signed)
Round 4: No. 113 Percy Butler, S (Louisiana)
Round 5: No. 144 (from Panthers through Jaguars): Sam Howell, QB (North Carolina) (signed)
Round 5: N0. 149 (from Panthers) Cole Turner, TE (Nevada) (signed)
Round 7: No. 230 Chris Paul, OG (Tulsa) (signed)
Round 7: No. 240 (from Eagles through Colts) Christian Holmes, CB (Oklahoma State) (signed)

2022 NFL Draft Results By Round

The 2022 NFL Draft is here! We’ll be keeping tabs here, from pick No. 1 through No. 262:

Round 1

1) Jacksonville Jaguars: Travon Walker, Edge (Georgia) (signed)
2) Detroit Lions: Aidan Hutchinson, DE (Michigan) (signed)
3) Houston Texans: Derek Stingley Jr., CB (LSU) (signed)
4) New York Jets: Ahmad Gardner, CB (Cincinnati) (signed)
5) New York Giants: Kayvon Thibodeaux, DE (Oregon) (signed)
6) Carolina Panthers: Ikem Ekwonu, OL (NC State) (signed)
7) New York Giants (from Bears): Evan Neal, OT (Alabama) (signed)
8) Atlanta Falcons: Drake London, WR (USC) (signed)
9) Seattle Seahawks (from Broncos): Charles Cross, OT (Mississippi State)
10) New York Jets (from Seahawks): Garrett Wilson, WR (Ohio State) (signed)
11) New Orleans Saints (from Commanders): Chris Olave, WR (Ohio State) (signed)
12) Detroit Lions (from Vikings): Jameson Williams, WR (Alabama) (signed)
13) Philadelphia Eagles (from Browns through Texans): Jordan Davis, DT (Georgia) (signed)
14) Baltimore Ravens: Kyle Hamilton, S (Notre Dame)
15) Houston Texans (from Dolphins through Eagles): Kenyon Green, OG (Texas A&M) (signed)
16) Washington Commanders (from Colts through Eagles and Saints): Jahan Dotson, WR (Penn State) (signed)
17) Los Angeles Chargers: Zion Johnson, OL (Boston College)
18) Tennessee Titans (from Saints through Eagles): Treylon Burks, WR (Arkansas) (signed)
19) New Orleans Saints (from Eagles): Trevor Penning, OT (Northern Iowa) (signed)
20) Pittsburgh Steelers: Kenny Pickett, QB (Pittsburgh)
21) Kansas City Chiefs (from Patriots): Trent McDuffie, CB (Washington) (signed)
22) Green Bay Packers (from Raiders): Quay Walker, LB (Georgia) (signed)
23) Buffalo Bills (from Cardinals through Ravens): Kaiir Elam, CB (Florida) (signed)
24) Dallas Cowboys: Tyler Smith, OT (Tulsa) (signed)
25) Baltimore Ravens (from Bills): Tyler Linderbaum, C (Iowa)
26) New York Jets (from Titans): Jermaine Johnson, DE (Florida State) (signed)
27) Jacksonville Jaguars (from Buccaneers): Devin Lloyd, LB (Utah) (signed)
28) Green Bay Packers: Devonte Wyatt, DT (Georgia) (signed)
29) New England Patriots (from 49ers through Dolphins and Chiefs): Cole Strange, OG (UT-Chattanooga)
30) Kansas City Chiefs: George Karlaftis, DE (Purdue) (signed)
31) Cincinnati Bengals: Daxton Hill, S (Michigan) (signed)
32) Minnesota Vikings (from Rams through Lions): Lewis Cine, S (Georgia) (signed)

Round 2

33) Tampa Bay Buccaneers (from Jaguars): Logan Hall, DE (Houston)
34) Green Bay Packers (from Lions through Vikings): Christian Watson, WR (North Dakota State)
35) Tennessee Titans (from Jets): Roger McCreary, CB (Auburn)
36) New York Jets (from Giants): Breece Hall, RB (Iowa State)
37) Houston Texans: Jalen Pitre, S (Baylor) (signed)
38) Atlanta Falcons (from Panthers through Jets and Giants): Arnold Ebiketie, OLB (Penn State)
39) Chicago Bears: Kyler Gordon, CB (Washington)
40) Seattle Seahawks (from Broncos): Boye Mafe, DE (Minnesota)
41) Seattle Seahawks: Kenneth Walker III, RB (Michigan State)
42) Minnesota Vikings (from Commanders through Colts): Andrew Booth, CB (Clemson)
43) New York Giants (from Falcons): Wan’Dale Robinson, WR (Kentucky)
44) Houston Texans (from Browns): John Metchie III, WR (Alabama) (signed)
45) Baltimore Ravens: David Ojabo, OLB (Michigan)
46) Detroit Lions (from Vikings): Josh Paschal, DE (Kentucky)
47) Washington Commanders (from Colts): Phidarian Mathis, DT (Alabama)
48) Chicago Bears (from Chargers): Jaquan Brisker, S (Penn State)
49) New Orleans Saints: Alontae Taylor, CB (Tennessee)
50) New England Patriots (from Dolphins through Chiefs): Tyquan Thornton, WR (Baylor)
51) Philadelphia Eagles: Cam Jurgens, C (Nebraska)
52) Pittsburgh Steelers: George Pickens, WR (Georgia) (signed)
53) Indianapolis Colts (from Raiders through Packers and Vikings): Alec Pierce, WR (Cincinnati) (signed)
54) Kansas City Chiefs (from Patriots): Skyy Moore, WR (Western Michigan)
55) Arizona Cardinals: Trey McBride, TE (Colorado State) (signed)
56) Dallas Cowboys: Sam Williams, DE (Ole Miss) (signed)
57) Tampa Bay Buccaneers (from Bills): Luke Goedeke, OL (Central Michigan)
58) Atlanta Falcons (from Titans): Troy Andersen, LB (Montana State) (signed)
59) Minnesota Vikings (from Packers): Ed Ingram, OG (LSU)
60) Cincinnati Bengals (from Buccaneers through Bills): Cam Taylor-Britt, CB (Nebraska) (signed)
61) San Francisco 49ers: Drake Jackson, DE (USC)
62) Kansas City Chiefs: Bryan Cook, S (Cincinnati) (signed)
63) Buffalo Bills (from Bengals): James Cook, RB (Georgia) (signed)
64) Denver Broncos (from Rams): Nik Bonitto, LB (Oklahoma) (signed)

Round 3

65) Jacksonville Jaguars: Luke Fortner, C (Kentucky)
66) Minnesota Vikings (from Lions): Brian Asamoah, LB (Oklahoma)
67) New York Giants: Joshua Ezeudu, OG (North Carolina)
68) Cleveland Browns (from Texans): Martin Emerson, CB (Mississippi State) (signed)
69) Tennessee Titans (from Jets): Nicholas Petit-Frere, OT (Ohio State) (signed)
70) Jacksonville Jaguars (from Panthers): Chad Muma, LB (Wyoming)
71) Chicago Bears: Velus Jones, WR (Tennessee) (signed)
72) Seattle Seahawks: Abraham Lucas, OT (Washington State)
73) Indianapolis Colts (from Commanders): Jelani Woods, TE (Virginia) (signed)
74) Atlanta Falcons: Desmond Ridder, QB (Cincinnati)
75) Houston Texans (from Broncos): Christian Harris, LB (Alabama)
76) Baltimore Ravens: Travis Jones, NT (Connecticut) (signed)
77) Indianapolis Colts (from Vikings): Bernhard Raimann, OT (Central Michigan) (signed)
78) Cleveland Browns: Alex Wright, DE (UAB) (signed)
79) Los Angeles Chargers: JT Woods, S (Baylor)
80) Denver Broncos (from Saints through Texans): Greg Dulcich, TE (UCLA) (signed)
81) New York Giants (from Dolphins): Cordale Flott, CB (LSU) (signed)
82) Atlanta Falcons (from Colts): DeAngelo Malone, LB (Western Kentucky)
83) Philadelphia Eagles: Nakobe Dean, LB (Georgia) (signed)
84) Pittsburgh Steelers: DeMarvin Leal, DE (Texas A&M) (signed)
85) New England Patriots: Marcus Jones, CB (Houston) (signed)
86) Tennessee Titans (from Raiders): Malik Willis, QB (Liberty)
87) Arizona Cardinals: Cameron Thomas, DE (San Diego State)
88) Dallas Cowboys: Jalen Tolbert, WR (South Alabama) (signed)
89) Buffalo Bills: Terrel Bernard, LB (Baylor) (signed)
90) Las Vegas Raiders (from Titans): Dylan Parham, OG (Memphis) (signed)
91) Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Rachaad White, RB (Arizona State) (signed)
92) Green Bay Packers: Sean Rhyan, OL (UCLA) (signed)
93) San Francisco 49ers: Tyrion Davis-Price, RB (LSU)
94) Carolina Panthers (from Chiefs through Patriots): Matt Corral, QB (Ole Miss)
95) Cincinnati Bengals: Zachary Carter, DL (Florida) (signed)
96) Indianapolis Colts (from Rams through Broncos): Nick Cross, S (Maryland) (signed)
97) Detroit Lions: Kerby Joseph, S (Illinois) (signed)
98) Washington Commanders (from Saints): Brian Robinson, RB (Alabama) (signed)
99) Cleveland Browns: David Bell, WR (Purdue) (signed)
100) Arizona Cardinals (from Ravens): Myjai Sanders, DE (Cincinnati) (signed)
101) New York Jets (from Saints through Eagles and Titans): Jeremy Ruckert, TE (Ohio State)
102) Miami Dolphins (from 49ers): Channing Tindall, LB (Georgia) (signed)
103) Kansas City Chiefs: Leo Chenal, LB (Wisconsin)
104) Los Angeles Rams: Logan Bruss, OG (Wisconsin)
105) San Francisco 49ers: Danny Gray, WR (SMU)

Round 4

106) Tampa Bay Buccaneers (from Jaguars): Cade Otton, TE (Washington)
107) Houston Texans (from Lions through Browns): Dameon Pierce, RB (Florida) (signed)
108) Cleveland Browns (from Texans): Perrion Winfrey, DT (Oklahoma)
109) Seattle Seahawks (from Jets): Coby Bryant, CB (Cincinnati)
110) Baltimore Ravens (from Giants): Daniel Faalele, OT (Minnesota)
111) New York Jets (from Panthers): Max Mitchell, OT (Louisiana)
112) New York Giants (from Bears): Daniel Bellinger, TE (San Diego State)
113) Washington Commanders: Percy Butler, S (Louisiana)
114) New York Giants (from Falcons): Dane Belton, S (Iowa)
115) Denver Broncos: Damarri Mathis, CB (Pittsburgh)
116) Denver Broncos (from Seahawks): Eyioma Uwazurike, DT (Iowa State)
117) New York Jets (from Vikings): Michael Clemons, DE (Texas A&M)
118) Minnesota Vikings (from Browns): Akayleb Evans, CB (Missouri)
119) Baltimore Ravens: Jayln Armour-Davis, CB (Alabama)
120) Carolina Panthers (from Commanders through Saints): Brandon Smith, LB (Penn State)
121) New England Patriots (from Dolphins through Chiefs): Jackie Jones, CB (Arizona State)
122) Las Vegas Raiders (from Vikings through Colts): Zamir White, RB (Georgia)
123) Los Angeles Chargers: Isaiah Spiller, RB (Texas A&M)
124) Cleveland Browns (from Eagles through Texans): Cade York, K (LSU)
125) Miami Dolphins (from Steelers): Erik Ezukanma, WR (Texas Tech)
126) Las Vegas Raiders (from Raiders through Vikings): Neil Farrell, DT (LSU)
127) New England Patriots: Pierre Strong, Jr., RB (South Dakota State)
128) Baltimore Ravens (from Cardinals): Charlie Kolar, TE (Iowa State)
129) Dallas Cowboys: Jake Ferguson, TE (Wisconsin)
130) Baltimore Ravens (from Bills): Jordan Stout, P (Penn State)
131) Tennessee Titans: Hassan Haskins, RB (Michigan) (signed)
132) Green Bay Packers: Romeo Doubs, WR (Nevada)
133) Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Jake Camarda, P (Georgia)
134) San Francisco 49ers: Spencer Burford, OL (UTSA)
135) Kansas City Chiefs: Joshua Williams, CB (Fayetteville State)
136) Cincinnati Bengals: Cordell Volson, OL (North Dakota State)
137) New England Patriots (from Rams through Texans and Panthers): Bailey Zappe, QB (Western Kentucky)
138) Pittsburgh Steelers: Calvin Austin III, WR (Memphis
139) Baltimore Ravens: Isaiah Likely, TE (Coastal Carolina)
140) Green Bay Packers: Zach Tom, OT (Wake Forest)
141) Baltimore Ravens: Damarion Williams, CB (Houston)
142) Los Angeles Rams: Decobie Durant, CB (South Carolina State)
143) Tennessee Titans: Chigoziem Oknonkwo, TE (Maryland)

Round 5

144) Washington Commanders (from Panthers through Jaguars): Sam Howell, QB (North Carolina) (signed)
145) Kansas City Chiefs (from Seahawks): Darian Kinnard, OG (Kentucky) (signed)
146) New York Giants (from Jets): Micah McFadden, LB (Indiana) (signed)
147) New York Giants: D.J. Davidson, DT (Arizona State) (signed)
148) Buffalo Bills (from Texans through Bears): Khalil Shakir, WR (Boise State) (signed)
149) Washington Commanders (from Panthers): Cole Turner, TE (Nevada) (signed)
150) Houston Texans (from Bears): Thomas Booker, DT (Stanford) (signed)
151) Atlanta Falcons: Tyler Allgeier, RB (BYU) (signed)
152) Denver Broncos: Delarrin Turner-Yell, S (Oklahoma) (signed)
153) Seattle Seahawks: Tariq Woolen, CB (Texas-San Antonio) (signed)
154) Jacksonville Jaguars (from Commanders through Eagles): Snoop Conner, RB (Ole Miss) (signed)
155) Dallas Cowboys (from Browns): Matt Waletzko, OT (North Dakota)
156) Cleveland Browns (from Vikings through Ravens): Jerome Ford, RB (Cincinnati) (signed)
157) Tampa Bay Buccaneers (from Vikings through Jaguars): Zyon McCollum, CB (Sam Houston State) (signed)
158) Seattle Seahawks (from Dolphins through Patriots and Chiefs): Tyreke Smith, DE (Ohio State) (signed)
159) Indianapolis Colts: Eric Johnson, DT (Missouri State) (signed)
160) Los Angeles Chargers: Otito Ogbonnia, DT (UCLA) (signed)
161) New Orleans Saints: D’Marco Jackson, LB (Appalachian State) (signed)
162) Denver Broncos (from Eagles through Texans): Montrell Washington, WR (Samford) (signed)
163) Tennessee Titans (from Steelers through Jets): Kyle Phillips, WR (UCLA) (signed)
164) Los Angeles Rams (from Patriots through Raiders): Kyren Williams, RB (Notre Dame)
165) Minnesota Vikings (from Raiders): Esezi Otomewo, DE (Minnesota) (signed)
166) Cincinnati Bengals (from Cardinals through Eagles, Texans and Bears): Tycen Anderson, S (Toledo) (signed)
167) Dallas Cowboys: Daron Bland, CB (Fresno State)
168) Chicago Bears (from Bills): Braxton Jones, OT (Southern Utah State) (signed)
169) Minnesota Vikings (from Titans through Raiders): Ty Chandler, RB (North Carolina) (signed)
170) Houston Texans (from Buccaneers through Patriots): Teagan Quitoriano, TE (Oregon State) (signed)
171) Denver Broncos (from Packers): Luke Wattenberg, C (Washington) (signed)
172) San Francisco 49ers: Samuel Womack, CB (Toledo)
173) New York Giants (from Chiefs through Ravens): Marcus McKethan, OG (North Carolina) (signed)
174) Chicago Bears (from Bengals): Dominique Robinson, OLB (Miami University) (signed)
175) Las Vegas Raiders (from Rams): Matthew Butler, DT (Tennessee) (signed)
176) Dallas Cowboys: Damone Clark, LB (LSU)
177) Detroit Lions: James Mitchell, TE (Virginia Tech) (signed)
178) Dallas Cowboys: John Ridgeway, DT (Arkansas) (signed)
179) Green Bay Packers (from Colts through Broncos): Kingsley Enagbare, DL (South Carolina) (signed)

Round 6

180) Buffalo Bills (from Jaguars through Buccaneers): Matt Araiza, P (San Diego State) (signed)
181) Philadelphia Eagles (from Lions): Kyron Johnson, LB (Kansas) (signed)
182) New York Giants: Darrian Beavers, LB (Cincinnati) (signed)
183) New England Patriots (from Texans): Kevin Harris, RB (South Carolina) (signed)
184) Minnesota Vikings (from Jets): Vederian Lowe, OT (Illinois) (signed)
185) Buffalo Bills (from Panthers): Christian Benford, CB (Villanova) (signed)
186) Chicago Bears: Zach Thomas, OG (San Diego State) (signed)
187) San Francisco 49ers (from Broncos): Nick Zakelj, OT (Fordham)
188) Detroit Lions (from Seahawks through Jaguars and Eagles): Malcolm Rodriguez, LB (Oklahoma State) (signed)
189) Carolina Panthers (from Commanders): Amare Barno, Edge (Virginia Tech) (signed)
190) Atlanta Falcons: Justin Shaffer, OG (Georgia) (signed)
191) Minnesota Vikings (from Ravens through Chiefs): Jalen Nailor, WR (Michigan State) (signed)
192) Indianapolis Colts (from Vikings): Andrew Ogletree, TE (Youngstown State) (signed)
193) Dallas Cowboys (from Browns): Devin Harper, LB (Oklahoma State)
194) New Orleans Saints (from Colts through Eagles): Jordan Jackson, DT (Air Force) (signed)
195) Los Angeles Chargers: Jamaree Salyer, OG (Georgia) (signed)
–) New Orleans Saints: Selection forfeited
196) Baltimore Ravens (from Dolphins): Tyler Badie, RB (Missouri) (signed)
197) Jacksonville Jaguars (from Eagles): Gregory Junior, CB (Ouachita Baptist) (signed)
198) Philadelphia Eagles (from Steelers through Jaguars): Grant Calcaterra, TE (SMU) (signed)
199) Carolina Panthers (from Raiders): Cade Mays, OG (Tennessee) (signed)
200) New England Patriots: Sam Roberts, DT (Northwest Missouri State) (signed)
201) Arizona Cardinals: Keaontay Ingram, RB (USC) (signed)
202) Cleveland Browns (from Cowboys): Mike Woods, WR (Oklahoma) (signed)
203) Chicago Bears (from Bills): Trestan Ebner, RB (Baylor) (signed)
204) Tennessee Titans: Theo Jackson, CB (Tennessee) (signed)
205) Houston Texans (from Packers): Austin Deculus, OL (LSU) (signed)
206) Denver Broncos (from Buccaneers through Jets and Eagles): Matt Henningsen, DT (Wisconsin)
207) Chicago Bears (from 49ers through Jets and Texans): Doug Kramer, OG (Illinois) (signed)
208) Pittsburgh Steelers (from Chiefs): Connor Heyward, TE (Michigan State) (signed)
209) Buffalo Bills (from Bengals): Luke Tenuta, OT (Virginia Tech) (signed)
210) New England Patriots (from Rams): Chasen Hines, C (LSU) (signed)
211) Los Angeles Rams: Quentin Lake, S (UCLA)
212) Los Angeles Rams: Derion Kendrick, CB (Georgia)
213) Atlanta Falcons: John FitzPatrick, TE (Georgia) (signed)
214) Los Angeles Chargers: Ja’Sir Taylor, CB (Wake Forest) (signed)
215) Arizona Cardinals: Lecitus Smith, OG (Virginia Tech) (signed)
216) Indianapolis Colts: Curtis Brooks, DT (Cincinnati) (signed)
217) Detroit Lions: James Houston, Edge (Jackson State) (signed)
218) Tampa Bay Buccaneers (from Rams): Ko Kieft, TE (Minnesota) (signed)
219) Tennessee Titans: Chance Campbell, LB (Ole Miss) (signed)
220) San Francisco 49ers: Kalia Davis, DT (Central Florida)
221) San Francisco 49ers: Tariq Castro-Fields, CB (Penn State)

Round 7

222) Jacksonville Jaguars: Montaric Brown, CB (Arkansas) (signed)
223) Cleveland Browns (from Lions): Isaiah Thomas, DE (Oklahoma) (signed)
224) Miami Dolphins (from Texans through Patriots and Ravens): Cameron Goode, DE (California) (signed)
225) Pittsburgh Steelers (from Jets): Mark Robinson, LB (Ole Miss) (signed)
226) Chicago Bears (from Giants through Bengals): Ja’Tyre Carter, C (Southern) (signed)
227) Minnesota Vikings (from Raiders through Panthers): Nick Muse, TE (South Carolina) (signed)
228) Green Bay Packers (from Bears through Texans): Tariq Carpenter, LB (Georgia Tech) (signed)
229) Seattle Seahawks: Bo Melton, WR (Rutgers) (signed)
230) Washington Commanders: Chris Paul, OG (Tulsa) (signed)
231) Buffalo Bills (from Falcons): Baylon Spector, LB (Clemson) (signed)
232) Denver Broncos: Faion Hicks, CB (Wisconsin)
233) Seattle Seahawks (from Vikings through Chiefs): Dareke Young, WR (Lenoir-Rhyne) (signed)
234) Green Bay Packers (from Browns through Lions and Broncos): Jonathan Ford, DT (Miami) (signed)
235) Los Angeles Rams (from Ravens through Jaguars and Buccaneers): Daniel Hardy, OLB (Montana State)
236) Los Angeles Chargers: Deane Leonard, CB (Ole Miss) (signed)
237) Detroit Lions (from Saints through Eagles): Chase Lucas, CB (Arizona State) (signed)
238) Las Vegas Raiders (from Dolphins through Rams): Thayer Munford, OT (Ohio State) (signed)
239) Indianapolis Colts: Rodney Thomas II, S (Yale) (signed)
240) Washington Commanders (from Eagles through Colts): Christian Holmes, CB (Oklahoma State) (signed)
241) Pittsburgh Steelers: Chris Oladokun, QB (South Dakota State) (signed)
242) Carolina Panthers (from Patriots through Dolphins): Kalon Barnes, CB (Baylor)
243) Kansas City Chiefs (from Raiders through Patriots): Jaylen Watson, CB (Washington State) (signed)
244) Arizona Cardinals: Christian Matthew, CB (Valdosta State) (signed)
245) New England Patriots (from Cowboys through Texans): Andrew Stueber, OG (Michigan) (signed)
246) Cleveland Browns (from Bills): Dawson Deaton, C (Texas Tech) (signed)
247) Miami Dolphins (from Titans): Skylar Thompson, QB (Kansas State) (signed)
248) Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Andre Anthony, DE (LSU) (signed)
249) Green Bay Packers: Rasheed Walker, OT (Penn State) (signed)
250) Las Vegas Raiders (from Vikings through 49ers and Broncos): Brittain Brown, RB (UCLA) (signed)
251) Kansas City Chiefs: Isaih Pacheco, RB (Rutgers) (signed)
252) Cincinnati Bengals: Jeffrey Gunter, DE (Coastal Carolina) (signed)
253) Los Angeles Rams: Russ Yeast, S (Kansas State)
254) Chicago Bears (from Chargers): Elijah Hicks, S (California) (signed)
255) Chicago Bears (from Chargers): Trenton Gill, P (NC State) (signed)
256) Arizona Cardinals: Jesse Luketa, OLB (Penn State) (signed)
257) Arizona Cardinals: Marquis Hayes, OG (Oklahoma) (signed)
258) Green Bay Packers: Samori Toure, WR (Nebraska) (signed)
259) Kansas City Chiefs: Nazeeh Johnson, S (Marshall) (signed)
260) Los Angeles Chargers: Zander Horvath, FB (Purdue) (signed)
261) Los Angeles Rams (from Buccaneers): AJ Arcuri, OT (Michigan State)
262) San Francisco 49ers: Brock Purdy, QB (Iowa State)

Minor NFL Transactions: 5/20/22

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Seattle Seahawks

Latest On Seahawks QB Competition

The Seahawks may be having an open competition for their starting QB spot. However, veteran Geno Smith‘s familiarity with the offense gives him the early lead over newcomer Drew Lock. During a recent radio appearance, Seahawks offensive coordinator Shane Waldron admitted that Smith is the current front runner for the starting gig.

“Right now, Geno has done such a good job of carrying over (the offensive principles from 2021). He already had a head start over Drew right there,” Waldron (h/t to Charean Williams of ProFootballTalk.com). “We have a long time to go. We are just in T-shirts and shorts right now, going against air. We have a long way to go to see where this competition (goes).”

The Seahawks were apart of the quarterback carousel when they dealt Russell Wilson to Denver, but they surprisingly haven’t been on the receiving end of the continuous turnover. The team has seemingly distanced themselves from available QBs like Baker Mayfield and Jimmy Garoppolo, and they’re prepared to navigate this post-Wilson era with either Smith, who spent the last three seasons as Seattle’s backup, or Lock, a former second-round pick acquired in the Broncos trade.

It’s obviously in the organization’s best interest to develop the 25-year-old Lock vs. the 31-year-old Smith, although Lock’s impending free agency certainly adds some uncertainty to the situation. Lock has largely struggled as a starter, and while the ex-Mizzou prospect did play in two offensive systems in his first two years, Teddy Bridgewater beat him out for Denver’s QB1 job last year and held him off throughout the Broncos’ time in playoff contention. This came after the strong-armed passer tied for the 2020 interception lead, with 15, despite missing three-plus games. Smith has made five starts over the past seven seasons. Three of those came last season, with the former second-round pick did show some promise, completing 68% of his passes on 7.4 yards per attempt — numbers superior to his Jets-era work, albeit in a small sample size — and finishing with a 5-to-1 TD-INT ratio.