2001 NFL draft

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2001 NFL draft
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General information
Date(s)April 21–22, 2001
LocationTheater at Madison Square Garden
New York City, New York
Network(s) (US)ESPN
Picks
First selectionMichael Vick, QB
Atlanta Falcons
Mr. IrrelevantTevita Ofahengaue, TE
Arizona Cardinals
Most selectionsBuffalo & Seattle (12)
Fewest selectionsWashington (5)
Overall selections246
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2001 NFL draft
2001nfldraft.png
General information
Date(s)April 21–22, 2001
LocationTheater at Madison Square Garden
New York City, New York
Network(s) (US)ESPN
Picks
First selectionMichael Vick, QB
Atlanta Falcons
Mr. IrrelevantTevita Ofahengaue, TE
Arizona Cardinals
Most selectionsBuffalo & Seattle (12)
Fewest selectionsWashington (5)
Overall selections246
NFL draft
 < 20002002 > 

The 2001 NFL draft was the 66th annual meeting of National Football League (NFL) franchises to select newly eligible football players. The draft, which is officially referred to as the "NFL Player Selection Meeting," was held at the Theater at Madison Square Garden in New York City on April 21–22, 2001.[1]

Each team is assigned one pick per round with the order based generally on the reverse order of finish in the previous season, i.e. the team with the worst record receives the first draft slot. Exceptions to this are the Super Bowl participants from the previous season — the champion Baltimore Ravens were assigned the final draft slot and the runner-up New York Giants assigned the 30th slot in each round.[1] The draft was broadcast on ESPN and ESPN2.[1] Due to previous trades, the Dallas Cowboys and Tennessee Titans did not have selections in the first round. More than half of the players selected in the draft's first round (17 of 31) would eventually be elected to at least one Pro Bowl.

The first player selected in the draft was quarterback Michael Vick from Virginia Tech, who was selected by the Atlanta Falcons after they acquired the first pick in a trade with the San Diego Chargers.[2] Vick spent six successful seasons with the Falcons before being sentenced to 21 months in prison for his involvement in an illegal interstate dog fighting ring.[3]

Florida State quarterback Chris Weinke, the 2000 winner of the Heisman Trophy, awarded to the player deemed most outstanding in college football,[4] was selected in the fourth round by the Carolina Panthers. After being a regular starter for the Panthers in his first season, during which Carolina posted a 1–15 record, Weinke played only 12 games over his final five seasons before being released.[5] The last player selected, who traditionally receives the unofficial title Mr. Irrelevant, was Tevita Ofahengaue of Brigham Young University, who was chosen by the Arizona Cardinals. Ofahengaue never played in the NFL and in 2011 was charged with stealing gasoline from a construction company in Salt Lake City.[6]

There were 31 compensatory selections distributed among 16 teams during rounds three through seven, with the Jacksonville Jaguars and Buffalo Bills receiving 4 picks each.[1] The University of Miami was the college with the most players selected in the first round, with Dan Morgan, Damione Lewis, Santana Moss and Reggie Wayne all picked at that stage. Across the whole draft, however, Florida State University had the most players selected, a total of nine compared to Miami's seven.[7]

No teams elected to claim any players in the 2001 supplemental draft.

Player selections[edit]

*= compensatory selection
^= supplemental compensatory selection
= Pro Bowler[8]
Positions key
CCenterCBCornerbackDBDefensive backDEDefensive end
DLDefensive linemanDTDefensive tackleFBFullbackFSFree safety
GGuardHBHalfbackKPlacekickerKRKick returner
LBLinebackerLSLong snapperOTOffensive tackleOLOffensive lineman
NTNose tacklePPunterPRPunt returnerQBQuarterback
RBRunning backSSafetySSStrong safetyTBTailback
TETight endWRWide receiver    
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Quarterback Michael Vick was chosen as the first draft pick overall by the Atlanta Falcons.
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Matt Light was drafted in the second round and went on to win three Super Bowl championships with the New England Patriots.
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Santana Moss was one of four players from the University of Miami chosen in the first round, more than any other school.
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Although T. J. Houshmandzadeh was not selected until the final round of the draft, he went on to play in the Pro Bowl in 2007.
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Drew Brees was the first pick of the second round and went on to lead the New Orleans Saints to their first Super Bowl in franchise history.
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LaDainian Tomlinson was the first running back picked in the draft and set multiple NFL records in rushing touchdowns and yards in his nine seasons with the San Diego Chargers.
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Reggie Wayne was a late first round pick and currently leads all active players in career total receiving yards.
Rnd.Pick #NFL teamPlayerPos.CollegeConf.Notes
11Atlanta FalconsVick, MichaelMichael Vick QBVirginia TechBig Eastfrom San Diego;[R1 - 1]
12Arizona CardinalsDavis, LeonardLeonard Davis GTexasBig 12
13Cleveland BrownsWarren, GerardGerard Warren DTFloridaSEC
14Cincinnati BengalsSmith, JustinJustin Smith DEMissouriBig 12
15San Diego ChargersTomlinson, LaDainianLaDainian Tomlinson RBTCUWACfrom Atlanta [R1 - 2]
16New England PatriotsSeymour, RichardRichard Seymour DTGeorgiaSEC
17San Francisco 49ersCarter, AndreAndre Carter DECaliforniaPac-10from Dallas via Seattle [R1 - 3]
18Chicago BearsTerrell, DavidDavid Terrell WRMichiganBig Ten
19Seattle SeahawksRobinson, KorenKoren Robinson WRNC StateACCfrom San Francisco [R1 - 4]
110Green Bay PackersReynolds, JamalJamal Reynolds DEFlorida StateACCfrom Seattle [R1 - 5]
111Carolina PanthersMorgan, DanDan Morgan LBMiamiBig East
112St. Louis RamsLewis, DamioneDamione Lewis DTMiamiBig Eastfrom Kansas City [R1 - 6]
113Jacksonville JaguarsStroud, MarcusMarcus Stroud DTGeorgiaSEC
114Tampa Bay BuccaneersWalker, KenyattaKenyatta Walker OTFloridaSECfrom Buffalo [R1 - 7]
115Washington RedskinsGardner, RodRod Gardner WRClemsonACC
116New York JetsMoss, SantanaSantana Moss WRMiami (FL)Big Eastfrom Pittsburgh [R1 - 8]
117Seattle SeahawksHutchinson, SteveSteve Hutchinson GMichiganBig Tenfrom Green Bay [R1 - 9]
118Detroit LionsBackus, JeffJeff Backus OTMichiganBig Ten
119Pittsburgh SteelersHampton, CaseyCasey Hampton DTTexasBig 12from New York Jets [R1 - 10]
120St. Louis RamsArchuleta, AdamAdam Archuleta SSArizona StatePac-10
121Buffalo BillsClements, NateNate Clements CBOhio StateBig Tenfrom Tampa Bay;[R1 - 11]
122New York GiantsAllen, WillWill Allen CBSyracuseBig Eastfrom Indianapolis [R1 - 12]
123New Orleans SaintsMcAllister, DeuceDeuce McAllister RBMississippiSEC
124Denver BroncosMiddlebrooks, WillieWillie Middlebrooks CBMinnesotaBig Ten
125Philadelphia EaglesMitchell, FreddieFreddie Mitchell WRUCLAPac-10
126Miami DolphinsFletcher, JamarJamar Fletcher CBWisconsinBig Ten
127Minnesota VikingsBennett, MichaelMichael Bennett RBWisconsinBig Ten
128Oakland RaidersGibson, DerrickDerrick Gibson SSFlorida StateACC
129St. Louis RamsPickett, RyanRyan Pickett DTOhio StateBig Tenfrom Tennessee [R1 - 13]
130Indianapolis ColtsWayne, ReggieReggie Wayne WRMiami (FL)Big Eastfrom New York Giants [R1 - 14]
131Baltimore RavensHeap, ToddTodd Heap TEArizona StatePac-10
232San Diego ChargersBrees, DrewDrew Brees QBPurdueBig Ten
233Cleveland BrownsMorgan, QuincyQuincy Morgan WRKansas StateBig 12
234Arizona CardinalsVanden Bosch, KyleKyle Vanden Bosch DENebraskaBig 12
235Atlanta FalconsCrumpler, AlgeAlge Crumpler TENorth CarolinaACC
236Cincinnati BengalsJohnson, ChadChad Johnson WROregon StatePac-10
237Indianapolis ColtsBashir, IdreesIdrees Bashir FSMemphisC-USAfrom Dallas [R2 - 1]
238Chicago BearsThomas, AnthonyAnthony Thomas RBMichiganBig Ten
239Pittsburgh SteelersBell, KendrellKendrell Bell LBGeorgiaSECfrom New England [R2 - 2] [9]
240Seattle SeahawksLucas, KenKen Lucas CBMississippiSEC
241Green Bay PackersFerguson, RobertRobert Ferguson WRTexas A&MBig 12from San Francisco [R2 - 3]
242St. Louis RamsPolley, TommyTommy Polley OLBFlorida StateACCfrom Kansas City [R2 - 4]
243Jacksonville JaguarsWilliams, MauriceMaurice Williams OTMichiganBig Ten
244Carolina PanthersJenkins, KrisKris Jenkins DTMarylandACC[10]
245Washington RedskinsSmoot, FredFred Smoot CBMississippi StateSEC
246Buffalo BillsSchobel, AaronAaron Schobel DETexas ChristianWAC[10]
247San Francisco 49ersWinborn, JamieJamie Winborn OLBVanderbiltSECfrom Green Bay [R2 - 5]
248New England PatriotsLight, MattMatt Light OTPurdueBig Tenfrom Detroit [R2 - 6]
249New York JetsJordan, LamontLamont Jordan RBMarylandACC
250Detroit LionsRaiola, DominicDominic Raiola CNebraskaBig 12from Pittsburgh via New England [R2 - 7]
251Denver BroncosToviessi, PaulPaul Toviessi DEMarshallMACfrom Tampa Bay via Buffalo [R2 - 8]
252Miami DolphinsChambers, ChrisChris Chambers WRWisconsinBig Tenfrom Indianapolis via Dallas [R2 - 9] [11]
253Dallas CowboysCarter, QuincyQuincy Carter QBGeorgiaSECfrom New Orleans [R2 - 10]
254Arizona CardinalsStone, MichaelMichael Stone SSMemphisC-USAfrom St. Louis [R2 - 11]
255Philadelphia EaglesCaver, QuintonQuinton Caver LBArkansasSEC
256Dallas CowboysDixon, TonyTony Dixon SSAlabamaSECfrom Miami [R2 - 12]
257Minnesota VikingsHoward, WillieWillie Howard DEStanfordPac-10
258Buffalo BillsHenry, TravisTravis Henry RBTennesseeSECfrom Denver [R2 - 13] [12]
259Oakland RaidersTuiasosopo, MarquesMarques Tuiasosopo QBWashingtonPac-10
260Tennessee TitansDyson, AndreAndre Dyson CBUtahMWC
261Detroit LionsRogers, ShaunShaun Rogers DTTexasBig 12from New York Giants [R2 - 14]
262Baltimore RavensBaxter, GaryGary Baxter CBBaylorBig 12
363Philadelphia EaglesBurgess, DerrickDerrick Burgess DEMississippiSECfrom San Diego [R3 - 1] [10]
364Arizona CardinalsWilson, AdrianAdrian Wilson SSNC StateACC[10]
365Cleveland BrownsJackson, JamesJames Jackson RBMiami (FL)Big East
366Cincinnati BengalsBrewer, SeanSean Brewer TESan Jose StateWAC
367San Diego ChargersCody, TayTay Cody CBFlorida StateACCfrom Atlanta [R3 - 2]
368Chicago BearsGandy, MikeMike Gandy OTNotre DameInd.
369Minnesota VikingsKelly, EricEric Kelly CBKentuckySECfrom New England [R3 - 3]
370New Orleans SaintsHodge, SedrickSedrick Hodge OLBNorth CarolinaACCfrom Dallas [R3 - 4]
371Green Bay PackersJue, BhawohBhawoh Jue FSPenn StateBig Tenfrom San Francisco [R3 - 5]
372Green Bay PackersMarshall, TorranceTorrance Marshall ILBOklahomaBig 12from Seattle [R3 - 6]
373Jacksonville JaguarsWestmoreland, EricEric Westmoreland OLBTennesseeSEC
374Carolina PanthersSmith, SteveSteve Smith WRUtahMWC[10]
375Kansas City ChiefsDowning, EricEric Downing DTSyracuseBig East
376Buffalo BillsEdwards, RonRon Edwards DTTexas A&MBig 12
377Kansas City ChiefsMinnis, MarvinMarvin Minnis WRFlorida StateACCfrom Washington [R3 - 7]
378New York GiantsPeterson, WillWill Peterson CBWestern IllinoisGatewayfrom Detroit [R3 - 8]
379New York JetsMcKenzie, KareemKareem McKenzie OTPenn StateBig Ten
380San Francisco 49ersBarlow, KevanKevan Barlow RBPittsburghBig Eastfrom Green Bay [R3 - 9]
381New Orleans SaintsSmith, KennyKenny Smith DTAlabamaSECfrom Indianapolis via Dallas [R3 - 10]
382Seattle SeahawksEvans, HeathHeath Evans FBAuburnSECfrom New Orleans via Green Bay and San Francisco [R3 - 11]
383St. Louis RamsAllen, BrianBrian Allen OLBFlorida StateACC
384Tampa Bay BuccaneersSmith, DwightDwight Smith SSAkronMAC
385Miami DolphinsMinor, TravisTravis Minor RBFlorida StateACC
386New England PatriotsWilliams, BrockBrock Williams CBNotre DameInd.from Minnesota [R3 - 12]
387Denver BroncosHayward, ReggieReggie Hayward DEIowa StateBig 12
388Miami DolphinsGreenwood, MorlonMorlon Greenwood ILBSyracuseBig Eastfrom Philadelphia [R3 - 13]
389Oakland RaidersGrant, DeLawrenceDeLawrence Grant OLBOregon StatePac-10
390Tennessee TitansMeier, ShadShad Meier TEKansas StateBig 12
391Indianapolis ColtsBird, CoryCory Bird SSVirginia TechBig Eastfrom New York Giants [R3 - 14]
392Baltimore RavensRabach, CaseyCasey Rabach CWisconsinBig Ten
3*93Dallas CowboysBlade, WillieWillie Blade DTMississippi StateSEC
3*94Jacksonville JaguarsBoyd, JamesJames Boyd SSPenn StateBig Ten
3*95Buffalo BillsJennings, JonasJonas Jennings OTGeorgiaSEC
496New England PatriotsJones, KenyattaKenyatta Jones OTSouth FloridaInd.from San Diego [R4 - 1]
497Cleveland BrownsHenry, AnthonyAnthony Henry CBSouth FloridaInd.
498Arizona CardinalsGramatica, BillBill Gramatica KSouth FloridaInd.
499Atlanta FalconsGarza, RobertoRoberto Garza CTexas A&M–KingsvilleLSC
4100Cincinnati BengalsJohnson, RudiRudi Johnson RBAuburnSEC[11]
4101New York JetsHenderson, JamieJamie Henderson CBGeorgiaSECfrom New England [R4 - 2]
4102Atlanta FalconsStewart, MattMatt Stewart OLBVanderbiltSECfrom Dallas [R4 - 3]
4103Chicago BearsRiley, KaronKaron Riley DEMinnesotaBig Ten
4104Seattle SeahawksHuff, OrlandoOrlando Huff OLBFresno StateWAC
4105Green Bay PackersFerrario, BillBill Ferrario GWisconsinBig Tenfrom San Francisco [R4 - 4]
4106Carolina PanthersWeinke, ChrisChris Weinke QBFlorida StateACC
4107Kansas City ChiefsBeisel, MontyMonty Beisel ILBKansas StateBig 12
4108Kansas City ChiefsLayne, GeorgeGeorge Layne RBTexas ChristianWACfrom Jacksonville [R4 - 5]
4109Washington RedskinsRosenfels, SageSage Rosenfels QBIowa StateBig 12
4110Buffalo BillsSpoon, BrandonBrandon Spoon ILBNorth CarolinaACCfrom Denver [R4 - 6]
4111Pittsburgh SteelersNkwenti, MathiasMathias Nkwenti OTTempleBig Eastfrom New York Jets [R4 - 7]
4112San Diego ChargersPolk, CarlosCarlos Polk OLBNebraskaBig 12from Pittsburgh via New England [R4 - 8]
4113Denver BroncosHamilton, BenBen Hamilton GMinnesotaBig Tenfrom Green Bay [R4 - 9]
4114New York GiantsScott, CedricCedric Scott DESouthern MississippiC-USAfrom Detroit [R4 - 10]
4115New Orleans SaintsNorris, MoranMoran Norris FBKansasBig 12
4116St. Louis RamsWynn, MiltonMilton Wynn WRWashington StatePac-10
4117Tampa Bay BuccaneersHowell, JohnJohn Howell SSColorado StateMWC
4118Indianapolis ColtsDiem, RyanRyan Diem OTNorthern IllinoisInd.
4119New England PatriotsHolloway, JabariJabari Holloway TENotre DameInd.from Minnesota [R4 - 11]
4120Denver BroncosHarris, NickNick Harris PCaliforniaPac-10
4121Philadelphia EaglesBuckhalter, CorrellCorrell Buckhalter RBNebraskaBig 12
4122Dallas CowboysSteele, MarkusMarkus Steele OLBUSCPac-10from Miami [R4 - 12]
4123Arizona CardinalsBell, MarcusMarcus Bell DTMemphisC-USAfrom Oakland via St. Louis [R4 - 13]
4124Tennessee TitansMcCareins, JustinJustin McCareins WRNorthern IllinoisInd.
4125New York GiantsPalmer, JesseJesse Palmer QBFloridaSEC
4126Baltimore RavensHartwell, EdgertonEdgerton Hartwell ILBWestern IllinoisGateway
4*127Seattle SeahawksFuller, CurtisCurtis Fuller FSTexas ChristianWAC
4*128Seattle SeahawksWomack, FloydFloyd Womack OTMississippi StateSEC
4*129St. Louis RamsManumaleuna, BrandonBrandon Manumaleuna TEArizonaPac-10
4*130Minnesota VikingsWorthen, ShawnShawn Worthen DTTexas ChristianWAC
4*131Minnesota VikingsJames, CedricCedric James WRTexas ChristianWAC
5132San Diego ChargersSilvers, ElliotElliot Silvers OTWashingtonPac-10
5133Arizona CardinalsFatafehi, MarioMario Fatafehi DTKansas StateBig 12
5134Cleveland BrownsPharms, JeremiahJeremiah Pharms LBWashingtonPac-10
5135Cincinnati BengalsLeyva, VictorVictor Leyva OTArizona StatePac-10
5136Atlanta FalconsSutherland, VinnyVinny Sutherland WRPurdueBig Ten
5137Dallas CowboysLehr, MattMatt Lehr GVirginia TechBig East
5138Chicago BearsRobertson, BernardBernard Robertson OTTulaneC-USA
5139San Diego ChargersMoreno, ZekeZeke Moreno ILBUSCPac-10from New England [R5 - 1]
5140Seattle SeahawksBannister, AlexAlex Bannister WREastern KentuckyOVC[13]
5141Kansas City ChiefsBaber, BillyBilly Baber TEVirginiaACC
5142Jacksonville JaguarsLeaverton, DavidDavid Leaverton PTennesseeSEC
5143Carolina PanthersCooper, JarrodJarrod Cooper SSKansas StateBig 12
5144Buffalo BillsSullivan, MarquesMarques Sullivan OTIllinoisBig Ten
5145St. Louis RamsButler, JerametriusJerametrius Butler CBKansas StateBig 12from Washington [R5 - 2]
5146Pittsburgh SteelersOkobi, ChukkyChukky Okobi CPurdueBig Ten
5147Philadelphia EaglesStewart, TonyTony Stewart TEPenn StateBig Tenfrom Green Bay [R5 - 3]
5148Detroit LionsAnderson, ScottyScotty Anderson WRGrambling StateSWAC
5149Detroit LionsMcMahon, MikeMike McMahon QBRutgersBig Eastfrom New York Jets via New England [R5 - 4]
5150Kansas City ChiefsBlaylock, DerrickDerrick Blaylock RBStephen F. AustinSouthlandfrom St. Louis [R5 - 5]
5151Tampa Bay BuccaneersHochstein, RussRuss Hochstein GNebraskaBig 12
5152Indianapolis ColtsWalls, RaymondRaymond Walls CBSouthern MissC-USA
5153New Orleans SaintsOjo, OnomeOnome Ojo WRUC DavisDiv. II Ind.
5154Washington RedskinsMcCants, DarnerienDarnerien McCants WRDelaware StateMEACfrom Denver via St. Louis [R5 - 6]
5155Philadelphia EaglesFeeley, A. J.A. J. Feeley QBOregonPac-10
5156Miami DolphinsDraper, ShawnShawn Draper TEAlabamaSEC
5157Minnesota VikingsChukwurah, PatrickPatrick Chukwurah OLBWyomingMWC
5158Oakland RaidersPerryman, RayRay Perryman SSNorthern ArizonaBig Sky
5159Tennessee TitansBerlin, EddieEddie Berlin WRNorthern IowaGateway
5160New York GiantsMarkham, JohnJohn Markham KVanderbiltSEC
5161Baltimore RavensBarnes, ChrisChris Barnes RBNew Mexico StateBig West
5*162New York GiantsCarter, JonathanJonathan Carter WRTroySouthland
5*163New England PatriotsAkbar, HakimHakim Akbar OLBWashingtonPac-10
6164Miami DolphinsWiney, BrandonBrandon Winey OTLSUSECfrom San Diego [R6 - 1]
6165Cleveland BrownsJameson, MichaelMichael Jameson CBTexas A&MBig 12
6166Arizona CardinalsNewcombe, BobbyBobby Newcombe WRNebraskaBig 12
6167Atlanta FalconsGarner, RandyRandy Garner DEArkansasSEC
6168Cincinnati BengalsJohnson, RiallRiall Johnson OLBStanfordPac-10
6169San Francisco 49ersWilson, CedrickCedrick Wilson WRTennesseeSECfrom Chicago [R6 - 2]
6170Jacksonville JaguarsWard, ChadChad Ward GWashingtonPac-10from New England [R6 - 3]
6171Dallas CowboysStewart, DaleroyDaleroy Stewart DTSouthern MissC-USA
6172Seattle SeahawksBooty, JoshJosh Booty QBLSUSEC
6173Detroit LionsGlenn, JasonJason Glenn OLBTexas A&MBig 12from San Francisco via New England [R6 - 4]
6174Tampa Bay BuccaneersCook, JameelJameel Cook FBIllinoisBig Ten
6175Carolina PanthersBrown, DeeDee Brown RBSyracuseBig East
6176Kansas City ChiefsSulfsted, AlexAlex Sulfsted GMiami (OH)MAC
6177Miami DolphinsHeupel, JoshJosh Heupel QBOklahomaBig 12from Washington [R6 - 5]
6178Buffalo BillsDriver, TonyTony Driver FSNotre DameInd.
6179San Francisco 49ersHolman, RashadRashad Holman CBLouisvilleC-USAfrom Green Bay [R6 - 6]
6180New England PatriotsLove, ArtherArther Love TESouth Carolina StateMEACfrom Detroit [R6 - 7]
6181Pittsburgh SteelersBailey, RodneyRodney Bailey DEOhio StateBig Tenfrom New York Jets [R6 - 8]
6182Pittsburgh SteelersKnight, RogerRoger Knight OLBWisconsinBig Ten
6183Tampa Bay BuccaneersWyms, EllisEllis Wyms DTMississippi StateSEC
6184Oakland RaidersCooper, ChrisChris Cooper DTNebraska–OmahaNCCfrom Indianapolis [R6 - 9]
6185New Orleans SaintsWhite, MitchMitch White OTOregon StatePac-10
6186Washington RedskinsMonds, MarioMario Monds DTCincinnatiC-USAfrom St. Louis [R6 - 10]
6187Miami DolphinsLeverette, OtisOtis Leverette DEUABC-USAfrom Philadelphia [R6 - 11]
6188Miami DolphinsCrowell, RickRick Crowell LBColorado StateMWC
6189Minnesota VikingsScott, CareyCarey Scott CBKentucky StateSIAC
6190Denver BroncosKasper, KevinKevin Kasper WRIowaBig Ten
6191San Francisco 49ersHolloway, MensonMenson Holloway DETexas-El PasoWACfrom Oakland via Seattle [R6 - 12]
6192Tennessee TitansAlexander, DanDan Alexander RBNebraskaBig 12
6193Indianapolis ColtsDoering, JasonJason Doering FSWisconsinBig Tenfrom New York Giants [R6 - 13]
6194Baltimore RavensMaese, JoeJoe Maese LSNew MexicoMWC
6*195Buffalo BillsO'Leary, DanDan O'Leary TENotre DameInd.
6*196Buffalo BillsWilliams, JimmyJimmy Williams CBVanderbiltSEC
6*197St. Louis RamsSt. Paul, FrancisFrancis St. Paul WRNorthern ArizonaBig Sky
6*198Green Bay PackersMartin, DavidDavid Martin TETennesseeSEC
6*199Tennessee TitansHaayer, AdamAdam Haayer OTMinnesotaBig Ten
6*200New England PatriotsMyers, LeonardLeonard Myers CBMiami (FL)Big East
7201San Diego ChargersGorin, BrandonBrandon Gorin OTPurdueBig Ten
7202Arizona CardinalsHill, RenaldoRenaldo Hill CBMichigan StateBig Ten
7203Cleveland BrownsZukauskas, PaulPaul Zukauskas GBoston CollegeBig East
7204Cincinnati BengalsHoushmandzadeh, T. J.T. J. Houshmandzadeh WROregon StatePac-10[14]
7205Tampa Bay BuccaneersFinger, Dauntae'Dauntae' Finger TENorth CarolinaACCfrom Atlanta [R7 - 1]
7206New York JetsReed, JamesJames Reed DTIowa StateBig 12from New England [R7 - 2]
7207Dallas CowboysWeatherington, ColstonColston Weatherington DTCentral Missouri StateMIAA
7208Chicago BearsCapel, JohnJohn Capel WRFloridaSECfrom Chicago via Miami [R7 - 3]
7209San Francisco 49ersLincoln, AlexAlex Lincoln LBAuburnSEC
7210Seattle SeahawksBlackmon, HaroldHarold Blackmon SSNorthwesternBig Ten
7211Carolina PanthersWilliams, LouisLouis Williams CLSUSEC
7212Kansas City ChiefsHarts, ShaunardShaunard Harts SBoise StateBig West
7213Jacksonville JaguarsDenman, AnthonyAnthony Denman OLBNotre DameInd.
7214Buffalo BillsGermany, ReggieReggie Germany WROhio StateBig Ten
7215Atlanta FalconsHall, CoryCory Hall FSAppalachian StateSoConfrom Washington via Denver [R7 - 4]
7216New England PatriotsPochman, OwenOwen Pochman KBYUMWCfrom Detroit [R7 - 5]
7217New York JetsPeko, TupeTupe Peko GMichigan StateBig Ten
7218Pittsburgh SteelersTaylor, ChrisChris Taylor WRTexas A&MBig 12
7219Atlanta FalconsForney, KynanKynan Forney GHawaiiWACfrom Green Bay via Denver [R7 - 6]
7220Indianapolis ColtsDeMulling, RickRick DeMulling GIdahoBig West
7221New Orleans SaintsDavis, EnnisEnnis Davis DTUSCPac-10
7222Seattle SeahawksNorman, DennisDennis Norman CPrincetonIvyfrom St. Louis via Green Bay and San Francisco [R7 - 7]
7223Tampa Bay BuccaneersMerrill, ThanThan Merrill SSYaleIvy
7224San Francisco 49ersJohnson, EricEric Johnson TEYaleIvyfrom Miami via Washington [R7 - 8]
7225Minnesota VikingsCrawford, BrianBrian Crawford OTWestern OregonCFA
7226Atlanta FalconsFlemons, RonaldRonald Flemons DETexas A&MBig 12from Denver [R7 - 9]
7227Carolina PanthersRoberg, MikeMike Roberg TEIdahoBig Westfrom Philadelphia [R7 - 10]
7228Oakland RaidersCombs, DerekDerek Combs CBOhio StateBig Ten
7229Oakland RaidersRambo, Ken-YonKen-Yon Rambo WROhio StateBig Tenfrom Tennessee [R7 - 11]
7230New York GiantsKolodziej, RossRoss Kolodziej DTWisconsinBig Ten
7231Baltimore RavensMissouri, DwayneDwayne Missouri DENorthwesternBig Ten
7*232Tennessee TitansAdams, KeithKeith Adams OLBClemsonACC
7*233Jacksonville JaguarsMcCree, MarlonMarlon McCree SSKentuckySEC
7*234Tampa Bay BuccaneersTafoya, JoeJoe Tafoya DEArizonaPac-10
7*235Jacksonville JaguarsFlowers III, RichmondRichmond Flowers III WRTennessee–ChattanoogaSoCon
7*236Atlanta FalconsMcCord, QuentinQuentin McCord WRKentuckySEC
7*237Seattle SeahawksKocurek, KrisKris Kocurek DTTexas TechBig 12
7*238Buffalo BillsRobertson, TyroneTyrone Robertson DTGeorgiaSEC
7*239New England PatriotsTurner, T. J.T. J. Turner OLBMichigan StateBig Ten
7*240Dallas CowboysNix, JohnJohn Nix NTSouthern MississippiC-USA
7*241Jacksonville JaguarsChevrier, RandyRandy Chevrier DTMcGillOQIFC
7*242Dallas CowboysDorsey, Char-ronChar-ron Dorsey OTFlorida StateACC
7*243Kansas City ChiefsSands, TerdellTerdell Sands DTTennessee–ChattanoogaSoCon
7^244San Diego ChargersCarswell, RobertRobert Carswell SSClemsonACC
7^245Cleveland BrownsKing, AndreAndre King WRMiami (FL)Big East
7^246Arizona CardinalsOfahengaue, TevitaTevita Ofahengaue TEBYUMWC

Trades[edit]

In the explanations below, (D) denotes trades that took place during the draft, while (PD) indicates trades completed pre-draft.

Round one[edit]

  1. ^ #1: San Diego → Atlanta (PD). The San Diego Chargers, who held the first pick, were unable to reach a contract agreement with Vick in the weeks leading up to the draft. On the day before the draft San Diego traded this choice to Atlanta for Atlanta's first-round (#5) and third-round (#67) picks in this draft, Atlanta's second-round selection (#48) in the 2002 draft and wide receiver/ kick returner Tim Dwight.[source 1]
  2. ^ #5: Atlanta → San Diego (PD). see #1: San Diego → Atlanta [source 1]
  3. ^ #7: multiple trades:
           #7: Dallas → Seattle (PD). The Cowboys traded this selection along with their first round pick (#19) in the 2000 NFL Draft to Seattle for wide receiver Joey Galloway.[source 2]
           #7: Seattle → San Francisco (D). Seattle traded this pick along with a sixth-round selection (#191) to San Francisco for first-round (#9), third-round (#82), and seventh-round (#222) selections.[source 3]
  4. ^ #9: San Francisco → Seattle (D). see #7: Seattle → San Francisco [source 3]
  5. ^ #10: Seattle → Green Bay (PD). Green Bay acquired this pick along with a third-round selection (#72) from Seattle in exchange for quarterback Matt Hasselbeck and Green Bay's first-round pick (#17).[source 4]
  6. ^ #12: Kansas City → St. Louis (PD). Kansas City traded this pick along with a second-round selection (#42) to St. Louis in exchange for quarterback Trent Green and a fifth-round pick (#150).[source 5]
  7. ^ #14: Buffalo → Tampa Bay (D). Tampa acquired this selection from Buffalo in exchange for Tampa's first-round (#21) and second-round (#51) picks.[source 3]
  8. ^ #16: Pittsburgh → New York Jets (D). The Jets acquired this selection from Pittsburgh in exchange for New York's first-round (#19), fourth-round (#111) and sixth-round (#181) picks.[source 3]
  9. ^ #17: Green Bay → Seattle (PD). see #10: Seattle → Green Bay [source 4]
  10. ^ #19: New York Jets → Pittsburgh (D). see #16: Pittsburgh → New York Jets [source 3]
  11. ^ #21: Tampa Bay → Buffalo (D). see #14: Buffalo → Tampa Bay [source 3]
  12. ^ #22: Indianapolis → New York Giants (D). The Giants acquired this pick from Indianapolis in exchange for the Giants' first-round (#30), third-round (#91) and sixth-round (#193) selections.[source 3]
  13. ^ #29: Tennessee → St. Louis (PD). Tennessee traded this selection to St. Louis in exchange for defensive end Kevin Carter in March 2001.[source 6]
  14. ^ #30: New York Giants → Indianapolis (D). see #22: Indianapolis → New York Giants [source 3]

Round two[edit]

  1. ^ #37: Dallas → Indianapolis (D). Dallas traded this selection to Indianapolis for the Colts' second-round (#52) and third-round (#81) picks.[source 3]
  2. ^ #39: New England → Pittsburgh (D). Pittsburgh acquired this selection from New England for the Steelers' second-round (#50) and fourth-round (#112) picks.[source 3]
  3. ^ #41: San Francisco → Green Bay (PD). San Francisco traded this selection along with third-round (#71) and fourth-round (#105) selections to Green Bay for a second-round (#47), two third-round (#80 & #82), a sixth-round (#179), and a seventh-round (#222) selection.[source 7]
  4. ^ #42: Kansas City → St. Louis (PD). see #12: Kansas City → St. Louis [source 5]
  5. ^ #47: Green Bay → San Francisco (PD). see #41: San Francisco → Green Bay [source 7]
  6. ^ #48: Detroit → New England (D). New England acquired this selection from Detroit for the Patriots' second-round (#50) and sixth-round (#173) picks.[source 3]
  7. ^ #50: multiple trades:
           #50: Pittsburgh → New England (D). see #39: New England → Pittsburgh [source 3]
           #50: New England → Detroit (D). see #48: Detroit → New England [source 3]
  8. ^ #51: multiple trades:
           #51: Tampa Bay → Buffalo (D). see #14: Buffalo → Tampa Bay [source 3]
           #51: Buffalo → Denver (D). Buffalo traded this pick to Denver for second-round (#58) and fourth-round (#110) selections.[source 3]
  9. ^ #52: multiple trades:
           #52: Indianapolis → Dallas (D). see #37: Dallas → Indianapolis [source 3]
           #52: Dallas → Miami (D). Dallas traded this pick to Miami in exchange for second-round (#56) and fourth-round (#122) selections.[source 3]
  10. ^ #53: New Orleans → Dallas (D). Dallas acquired this selection from New Orleans in exchange for two third-round selections (#70 and #81).[source 3]
  11. ^ #54: St. Louis → Arizona (D). St. Louis traded this pick along with a fourth-rounder (#123) to Arizona in exchange for cornerback Aeneas Williams.[source 8]
  12. ^ #56: Miami → Dallas (D).see #52: Dallas → Miami [source 3]
  13. ^ #58: Denver → Buffalo (D). see #51: Buffalo → Denver [source 3]
  14. ^ #61: NY Giants → Detroit (D). The Giants traded this pick to Detroit in exchange for the Lions' third-round (#78) and fourth-round (#114) picks.[source 3]

Round three[edit]

  1. ^ #63: San Diego → Philadelphia (D). Philadelphia acquired this pick from San Diego in exchange for a fourth-round selection (#111) in the 2000 NFL Draft.[source 9]
  2. ^ #67: Atlanta → San Diego (PD). see #1: San Diego → Atlanta [source 1]
  3. ^ #69: New England → Minnesota (D). Minnesota acquired this selection from New England in exchange for the Vikings' third-round (#86) and fourth-round (#119) picks.[source 3]
  4. ^ #70: Dallas → New Orleans (D). see #53: New Orleans → Dallas [source 3]
  5. ^ #71: San Francisco → Green Bay (PD). see #41: San Francisco → Green Bay [source 7]
  6. ^ #72: Seattle → Green Bay (PD). see #10: Seattle → Green Bay [source 4]
  7. ^ #77: Washington → Kansas City (PD). Kansas City received this selection along with another third-round selection (#84) in the 2002 NFL Draft from Washington as compensation for allowing Washington to hire head coach Marty Schottenheimer who remained under contract with the Chiefs after resigning as their coach following the 1998 season.[source 10]
  8. ^ #78: Detroit → NY Giants (D). see #61: NY Giants → Detroit [source 3]
  9. ^ #80: Green Bay → San Francisco (PD). see #41: San Francisco → Green Bay [source 7]
  10. ^ #81: multiple trades:
           #81: Indianapolis → Dallas (D). see #37: Dallas → Indianapolis [source 3]
           #81: Dallas → New Orleans (D). see #53: New Orleans → Dallas [source 3]
  11. ^ #82: multiple trades:
           #82: New Orleans → Green Bay (PD). New Orleans traded this selection along with linebacker K. D. Williams to Green Bay for quarterback Aaron Brooks and tight end Lamont Hall.[source 11]
           #82: Green Bay → San Francisco (PD). see #41: San Francisco → Green Bay [source 7]
           #82: San Francisco → Seattle (D). see #7: Seattle → San Francisco [source 3]
  12. ^ #86: Minnesota → New England (D). see #69: New England → Minnesota [source 3]
  13. ^ #88: Philadelphia → Miami (D). Miami acquired this selection along with a sixth-round pick (#187) from Philadelphia in exchange for the Dolphins' second-round selection (#59) in the 2002 NFL Draft.[source 3]
  14. ^ #91: New York Giants → Indianapolis (D). see #22: Indianapolis → New York Giants [source 3]

Round four[edit]

  1. ^ #96: San Diego → New England (D). San Diego traded this selection to New England in exchange for fourth-round (#112) and fifth-round (#139) selections.[source 3]
  2. ^ #101: New England → NY Jets (PD). New England sent this selection along with their first-round pick (#16) in the 2000 NFL Draft and a seventh-round selection (#206) to the Jets as compensation for the hiring in January 2000 of head coach Bill Belichick who was under contract to the Jets. The Jets sent the Patriots a fifth-rounder (#149) in this draft as well as a seventh-round selection (#234) in the 2002 NFL Draft as part of the Belichick deal.[source 12]
  3. ^ #102: Dallas → Atlanta (PD). Prior to the 2000 season, Dallas traded this selection along with a seventh-round selection (#217) in the 2002 NFL Draft to Atlanta in exchange for tight end O. J. Santiago.[source 13]
  4. ^ #105: San Francisco → Green Bay (PD). see #41: San Francisco → Green Bay [source 7]
  5. ^ #108: Jacksonville → Kansas City (PD). Prior to the 2000 season, Jacksonville traded this selection to Kansas City in exchange for guard Brenden Stai. The conditional pick became a fourth-rounder (rather than a fifth) since Stai started all 16 games for the Jaguars.[source 14][source 15]
  6. ^ #110: Denver → Buffalo (D). see #51: Buffalo → Denver [source 3]
  7. ^ #111: New York Jets → Pittsburgh (D). see #16: Pittsburgh → New York Jets [source 3]
  8. ^ #112: multiple trades:
           #112: Pittsburgh → New England (D). see #39: New England → Pittsburgh [source 3]
           #112: New England → San Diego (D). see #96: San Diego → New England [source 3]
  9. ^ #113: Green Bay → Denver (PD). Green Bay traded this selection to Denver in August 2000 in exchange for linebacker Nate Wayne.[source 7][source 16]
  10. ^ #114: Detroit → NY Giants (D). see #61: NY Giants → Detroit [source 3]
  11. ^ #119: Minnesota → New England (D). see #69: New England → Minnesota [source 3]
  12. ^ #122: Miami → Dallas (D). see #52: Dallas → Miami [source 3]
  13. ^ #123: multiple trades:
           #123: Oakland → St. Louis (PD). Oakland traded this pick to St. Louis in exchange for restricted free-agent tight end Roland Williams.[source 17]
           #123: St. Louis → Arizona (D). see #54: St. Louis → Arizona [source 8]

Round five[edit]

  1. ^ #139: New England → San Diego (D). see #96: San Diego → New England [source 3]
  2. ^ #145: Washington → St. Louis (D). Washington traded this selection to St. Louis in exchange for fifth-round (#154) and sixth-round (#186) selections.[source 3]
  3. ^ #147: Green Bay → Philadelphia (D). Green Bay traded this selection to Philadelphia in August 2000 in exchange for return specialist Allen Rossum. The pick was conditional upon the results of a previous conditional trade the Packers had made with the Broncos for linebacker Nate Wayne; when Wayne met the conditions to trigger the compensation from that trade becoming the Packers fourth-round selection, the Eagles had to settle for this fifth-round selection in the Rossum deal.[source 18]
  4. ^ #149: multiple trades:
           #149: NY Jets → New England (PD). see #101: New England → NY Jets [source 12]
           #149: New England → Detroit (D). New England traded this selection to Detroit in exchange for the Lions' sixth-round (#180) and seventh-round (#216) picks.[source 3]
  5. ^ #150: St. Louis → Kansas City (PD). see #12: Kansas City → St. Louis [source 5]
  6. ^ #154: multiple trades:
           #154: Denver → St. Louis (PD). Denver traded this pick along a fifth-round pick (#139) in the 2000 NFL Draft to St. Louis in exchange for safety Billy Jenkins.[source 19]
           #154: St. Louis → Washington (D). see #145: Washington → St. Louis [source 3]

Round six[edit]

  1. ^ #164: San Diego → Miami (PD). San Diego traded this pick to Miami in August 2000 in exchange for wide receiver Nate Jacquet.[source 20]
  2. ^ #169: Chicago → San Francisco (PD). San Francisco acquired this pick from Chicago in June 2000 in exchange for cornerback R. W. McQuarters.[source 21]
  3. ^ #170: New England → Jacksonville (D). New England traded this selection to Jacksonville for the Jaguars fifth-round selection (#144) in the 2002 NFL Draft.[source 3]
  4. ^ #173: multiple trades:
           #173: San Francisco → New England (PD). San Francisco traded this selection to New England in exchange for a seventh-round pick (#212) in the 2000 NFL Draft.[source 22]
           #112: New England → Detroit (D). see#48: Detroit → New England [source 3]
  5. ^ #177: Washington → Miami (PD). Washington traded this pick to Miami in September 1999 for defensive tackle Barron Tanner.[source 23]
  6. ^ #179: Green Bay → San Francisco (PD). see #41: San Francisco → Green Bay [source 7]
  7. ^ #180: Detroit → New England (D). see #149: New England → Detroit [source 3]
  8. ^ #181: New York Jets → Pittsburgh (D). see #16: Pittsburgh → New York Jets [source 3]
  9. ^ #184: Indianapolis → Oakland (PD). Indianpolis traded this selection to Oakland in exchange for the Colts' seventh-round selection (#238) in the 2000 NFL Draft.[source 24]
  10. ^ #186: St. Louis → Washington (D). see #145: Washington → St. Louis [source 3]
  11. ^ #187 Philadelphia → Miami (D). see #88: Philadelphia → Miami [source 3]
  12. ^ #191: multiple trades:
           #191: Oakland → Seattle (PD). Oakland traded this pick to Seattle for the Seahawks' seventh-round pick (#231) in the 2000 NFL Draft.[source 25]
           #191: Seattle → San Francisco (D). see #7: Seattle → San Francisco [source 3]
  13. ^ #193: New York Giants → Indianapolis (D). see #22: Indianapolis → New York Giants [source 3]

Round seven[edit]

  1. ^ #205: Atlanta → Tampa Bay (PD). Atlanta traded this pick to Tampa Bay in March 2001 in exchange for quarterback Eric Zeier.[source 26]
  2. ^ #206: New England → NY Jets (PD). see#101: New England → NY Jets [source 12]
  3. ^ #208: multiple trades:
           #208: Chicago → Miami (PD). In April 2000 Miami acquired this selection along with a seventh-round selection (#232) in the 2000 NFL Draft from Chicago in exchange for punter Brent Bartholomew.[source 20]
           #208: Miami → Chicago (PD). Miami traded this selection back to Chicago in October 2000 exchange for tight end Alonzo Mayes.[source 20]
  4. ^ #215: multiple trades:
           #215: Washington → Denver (PD). Washington traded this pick along with a seventh-round selection (#231) in the 2000 NFL Draft to Denver in exchange for cornerback Tito Paul.[source 27]
           #215: Denver → Atlanta (D). Denver traded this selection along with two additional seventh-rounders (#219 and #226) to Atlanta in exchange for the Falcons' fourth-round selection (#112) in the 2002 NFL Draft.[source 3]
  5. ^ #216: Detroit → New England (D). see #149: New England → Detroit [source 3]
  6. ^ #219: multiple trades:
           #219: Green Bay → Denver (PD). Green Bay traded this selection to Denver in February 2000 in exchange for linebacker David Bowens.[source 28]
           #219: Denver → Atlanta (D). see #215: Denver → Atlanta [source 3]
  7. ^ #222: multiple trades:
           #222: St. Louis → Green Bay (PD). St. Louis traded this selection on July 23, 1999 to Green Bay for linebacker Mike Morton.[source 16]
           #222: Green Bay → San Francisco (PD). see #41: San Francisco → Green Bay [source 7]
           #222: San Francisco → Seattle (D). see #7: Seattle → San Francisco [source 3]
  8. ^ #224: Miami → San Francisco (PD). Miami traded this pick to Washington in March 2000 for punter Matt Turk.[source 20]
  9. ^ #219: Denver → Atlanta (D). see #215: Denver → Atlanta [source 3]
  10. ^ #227: Philadelphia → Carolina (D). Philadelphia traded this selection to Carolina for tight end Luther Broughton.[source 9]
  11. ^ #229: Tennessee → Oakland (PD). Tennessee traded this selection to Oakland in August 2000 for guard Genarro DiNapoli.[source 29]

Trade references[edit]

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  2. ^ "Joey on the move: Cowboys add explosive Galloway to wide receiver corps". Sports Illustrated. February 13, 2003. Archived from the original on November 5, 2013. Retrieved November 5, 2013. 
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  4. ^ a b c Banks, Don (March 2, 2001). "Go West: Packers trade Hasselbeck to Seattle". Sports Illustrated. Archived from the original on November 5, 2013. Retrieved November 5, 2013. 
  5. ^ a b c Banks, Don (April 20, 2001). "On the Move: Rams, Chiefs finish off long-rumored Green deal". Sports Illustrated. Archived from the original on November 6, 2013. Retrieved November 6, 2013. 
  6. ^ "Done deal: Rams trade Carter to Titans for first-round pick". Sports Illustrated. AP. March 28, 2001. Archived from the original on November 6, 2013. Retrieved November 6, 2013. 
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  9. ^ a b "Year by Year Draft" (PDF). Philadelphia Eagles. 2006. p. 427. Archived from the original on February 25, 2007. Retrieved May 6, 2007. 
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  14. ^ Oehser, John (March 9, 2001). "Ex-Jaguar Stai joins Lions". The Florida Times-Union. Archived from the original on November 7, 2013. Retrieved November 7, 2013. 
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  18. ^ Sheridan, Phil (August 26, 2000). "Returner Rossum Dealt By The Birds To Pack For A Pick The Eagles May Trade A Quarterback, Doug Pederson Or Koy Detmer, By Tomorrow's Deadline.". The Philadelphia Inquirer. Archived from the original on November 7, 2013. Retrieved November 7, 2013. 
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  21. ^ "Niners save bucks by dealing McQuarters". ESPN. AP. June 6, 2005. Archived from the original on November 7, 2013. Retrieved November 7, 2013. 
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  26. ^ Newberry, Paul (March 7, 2001). "Falcons trade for former Georgia quarterback Zeier". USA Today. AP. Archived from the original on November 8, 2013. Retrieved November 8, 2013. 
  27. ^ "Skins deal Broncos two 7th rounders". AP. January 26, 2000. Archived from the original on November 8, 2013. Retrieved November 8, 2013. 
  28. ^ McGinn, Bob (February 24, 2000). "Bowens will be in a rush". Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Retrieved November 8, 2013. 
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Players by position[edit]

The 246 players chosen in the draft were composed of:

PositionPlayers selected
Quarterbacks11
Running backs17
Fullbacks2
Wide Receivers34
Tight Ends15
Offensive Tackles22
Offensive Guards12
Centers6
Long Snapper1
Defensive Ends19
Defensive Tackles21
Nose Tackles6
Linebackers30
Defensive Backs2
Cornerbacks21
Safeties23
Placekickers3
Punters2

Notable undrafted players[edit]

= Pro Bowler[8]
Original NFL teamPlayerPos.CollegeConf.Notes
Arizona CardinalsShipp, MarcelMarcel Shipp RBUMassA-10
Atlanta FalconsFeely, JayJay Feely KMichiganBig Ten
Carolina PanthersGoings, NickNick Goings FBPittsburghBig East
Cincinnati BengalsOhalete, IfeanyiIfeanyi Ohalete SUSCPac-10
Dallas CowboysBell, JasonJason Bell CBUCLAPac-10
Dallas CowboysEvans, DemetricDemetric Evans DEGeorgiaSEC
Dallas CowboysScott, LynnLynn Scott SNorthwestern Oklahoma StateCSFL
Green Bay PackersKaesviharn, KevinKevin Kaesviharn SAugustana CollegeN/A
Indianapolis ColtsHarper, NickNick Harper CBFort Valley StateSIAC
Indianapolis ColtsRhodes, DominicDominic Rhodes RBMidwestern StateLSC
Jacksonville JaguarsWilliams, RandalRandal Williams WRNew HampshireA-10
Kansas City ChiefsTynes, LawrenceLawrence Tynes KTroySouthland
Minnesota VikingsRussell, BrianBrian Russell SSan Diego StateMWC
New England PatriotsNeal, StephenStephen Neal GCal State-BakersfieldN/ANever played college football, was a wrestler[15]
New York GiantsSeubert, RichRich Seubert GWestern IllinoisGateway
New York GiantsStamer, JoshJosh Stamer LBSouth DakotaNCC
Pittsburgh SteelersHoke, ChrisChris Hoke DTBYUMWC
San Francisco 49ersAshworth, TomTom Ashworth OTColoradoBig 12
Tampa Bay BuccaneersDarby, ChuckChuck Darby DTSouth Carolina StateMEAC
Tennessee TitansBennett, DrewDrew Bennett WRUCLAPac-10
Tennessee TitansBironas, RobRob Bironas KGeorgia SouthernSoCon
Tennessee TitansParker, JuquaJuqua Parker DEOklahoma StateBig 12
Washington RedskinsPierce, AntonioAntonio Pierce LBArizonaPac-10
Washington RedskinsTucker, RossRoss Tucker GPrincetonIvy
Washington RedskinsWatson, KennyKenny Watson RBPenn StateBig Ten

References[edit]

General

Specific

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  8. ^ a b Players are identified as a Pro Bowler if they were selected for the Pro Bowl at any time in their career.
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