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The 2018 NFL Draft is the 83rd annual meeting of National Football League (NFL) franchises to select newly eligible players for the 2018 NFL season. The draft was held on April 26–28 at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas. This was the first draft to take place in an NFL stadium, and the first to be held in Texas, which won in a fourteen city bid. In order to have been eligible to enter the draft, players must have been at least three years removed from high school. The deadline for underclassmen to declare for the draft was January 15, 2018.

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With the selection of Lamar Jackson by the Baltimore Ravens with the 32nd overall pick, five quarterbacks were selected in the first round for only the third time in the history of the draft; the first since the 1999 NFL Draft. Also, brothers safety Terrell Edmunds and linebacker Tremaine Edmunds were both drafted in the first round, marking the first time brothers have been taken in the first round of the same draft.

Lamar Demeatrice Jackson Jr.  was the Starting Quarterback of the  Louisville Cardinals football team, and was selected in the first round of the 2018 NFL Draft by the Ravens.. At Louisville, Jackson won the Heisman TrophyMaxwell Award, and Walter Camp Award and was a unanimous All-American at the quarterback position as a sophomore in 2016.

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Jerseys for Penn State running back Saquon Barkley, the Giants’ No. 2 overall pick, sold more than any other first-round pick on draft night, according to ESPN.

In fact, more Barkley jerseys were sold on Thursday night than any player on previous draft nights, online retailer Fanatics, who manages the NFL’s official online shop, told ESPN.

Speed played a part in Thursday night’s sales. Fanatics posted jerseys within minutes of a player being selected, making it possible for fans to purchase them quicker than ever before. According to Fanatics, sales were up three times more on Thursday night than last year’s first-round.

Former Browns quarterback Johnny Manziel previously held the record for most jersey sales on draft night. Cleveland selected Manziel as the No. 22 pick in the 2014 draft, meaning Barkley jerseys went up for sale much sooner than Manziel’s.

Tony Brown, Was The 1st Reported UDFA Signing of the 2018 NFL Draft. Also, Alabama Had Robert Foster, Levi Wallace & More Sign UDFA NFL Contracts

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No sooner had the 2018 NFL Draft come to an end when Crimson Tide players were snapped up by NFL teams, signed as undrafted free agents (UDFA).

The selection of Joshua Frazier to the Steelers in the 7th round gave Alabama a school record of 12 players picked in one draft. That number is second to only Ohio State who had 14 selected in the 2004 draft. For the record, only one of those 14 ever made a Pro Bowl. The one exception was the late Will Smith.

TONY BROWN COULD JOIN AN ELITE COMPANY OF UNDRAFTED MEN, IF HE HAS A SUCCESSFUL CAREER, AND THESE MEN ARE:

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Draft Positions For 2018
C Center   CB Cornerback   DB Defensive back   DE Defensive end
DL Defensive lineman DT Defensive tackle FB Fullback FS Free safety
G Guard HB Halfback K Placekicker KR Kick returner
LB Linebacker LS Long snapper OT Offensive tackle OL Offensive lineman
NT Nose tackle P Punter PR Punt returner QB Quarterback
RB Running back S Safety SS Strong safety TB Tailback
TE Tight end WR Wide receiver

NFL Draft 2018

TEAM PLAYER COLLEGE
1 (1) Cleveland Browns Baker Mayfield Quarterback 6’1″/220 Oklahoma
All comments compiled from analysis by Pete Fiutak of College Football News. At the very, very high end, Mayfield’s a less mobile, right-handed Steve Young, also, a surprise pick at no.1, not the top qb in the draft, maybe a 4th or 5th rounder at best.  At an even higher end, he comes up with a more efficient throwing motion, and he’s a poor man’s Drew Brees. Or, he’s Case Keenum, and that’s not as bad as it sounds.
2 (2) New York Giants Saquon Barkley Running back 5’11″/230 Penn State
Barkley’s lack of consistency (five 100-yard games in each of last two seasons) is glaring. That said, you can talk yourself into thinking there are problems and concerns, but woe to you if you’re wrong. From Ezekiel Elliott, to Leonard Fournette, to Todd Gurley, the early running back picks are paying off again. Barkley appears to be the next superstar up.
3 (3) New York Jets Sam Darnold Quarterback 6’4″/220 USC
Darnold is nowhere near close to being a sure thing, and it’s going to take a near-rebuild of his throwing motion and lot of bad games before things slow down. Personality, leadership, attitude all perfect. Arm is good enough, but not amazing. He’ll produce a big, franchise-caliber payoff; it just might take a bit.
4 (4) Cleveland Browns Denzel Ward Cornerback 5’10″/191 Ohio State
Ward had the production on the field, and then he cranked up the workouts, exploding with a 39″ vertical and throwing in a 4.32 at the Combine 40. No, he’s not the biggest corner around, but his game is about speed and quickness. No receiver will blow past him without being tremendously crafty.
5 (5) Denver Broncos Bradley Chubb Defensive end 6’4″/275 North Carolina State
Chubb was more than ready to go before last season, and then he came back and upped his game even more. He’s got the attitude and the fight to get better. There might be some slight technique tweaks that need working on, but he’s about as rock-solid and certain as a defensive end prospect gets.
6 (6) Indianapolis Colts Quenton Nelson Offensive guard 6’5″/330 Notre Dame
Size is perfect, toughness is perfect, punishing run blocking ability is perfect, power is perfect. OK, so there are a few concerns about dealing with the ultra-quick interior defenders, and he’s been banged up from time to time, but if it’s possible to turn guard into a glamor spot, Nelson might be able to do it.
7 (7) Buffalo Bills Josh Allen Quarterback 6’5″/222 Wyoming
He has the size, skills, tools, upside, talent and peerless arm strength to be everything you want, but Allen really needs to become far more accurate. It’s all there to be special after a little developing, but there haven’t been many quarterback prospects who were this mediocre a college player and rocked at the next level.
8 (8) Chicago Bears Roquan Smith Linebacker 6’1″/225 Georgia
Smart, instinctive and quick, Smith is always in the right spot at the right time. He’s not a thick linebacker for the inside and will likely end up on the outside. Just pencil him in for at least 100 tackles to start, throw in the big plays, and add in the upside to get even better once he settles in at a spot.
9 (9) San Francisco 49ers Mike McGlinchey Offensive tackle 6’8″/315 Notre Dame
Tremendously athletic, McGlinchey moves without a problem, he can get down the field, and he doesn’t make a whole slew of big mistakes. The high-character, leadership aspect helps, but he’s got all the skills to be a longtime pass protector at a high level. No matter where he lines up, he’ll keep your QB clean.
10 (10) Arizona Cardinals Josh Rosen Quarterback 6’4″/218 UCLA
Rosen is the best passing quarterback in this class, and it’s not even close. If you’re looking for an instant jolt from a guy you can throw out there tomorrow and ask for 319 yards and three touchdowns with a pick, boom. Give him time, give him a few decent targets, and look out. Injury history concerning, though.
11 (11) Miami Dolphins Minkah Fitzpatrick Safety 6’1″/202 Alabama
Put Fitzpatrick at corner if you want to. Put him at free safety. Ask him to go blast away against the run. He’ll do it all. At Alabama, he became the type of defender who had to be avoided at all costs on a defense full of defenders who had to be avoided at all costs. He’ll need to learn some patience.
12 (12) Tampa Bay Buccaneers Vita Vea Defensive tackle 6’4″/347 Washington
Vea is an unfair combination of skills, with everything you could possibly want in a defensive tackle: great size to go along with the athleticism to move around and not just be stuck on the nose. However, can he turn it on play in and play out? Expect him to step in and become a leader and star of a line right away.
13 (13) Washington Redskins Da’Ron Payne Defensive tackle 6’2″/308 Alabama
Payne is a dream of a 4-3 tackle as he stuffs everything that comes at him. Forget about moving him off his base. Best of all, he goes all-out, has a great motor, and doesn’t have any problems getting himself motivated. Throw in his improvement as an interior pass rusher, and it’s all there to be fantastic.
14 (14) New Orleans Saints Marcus Davenport Defensive end 6’7″/255 Texas-San Antonio
Davenport has the right size, sub-4.6 speed, explosion off the ball, and toughness against the run. Expectations will be off the charts early, and he’ll have to deal with a whole new world of NFL talents scheming to stop him. But forget the Group of Five school stigma – he’s worth the pick.
15 (15) Oakland Raiders Kolton Miller Offensive tackle 6’8″/310 UCLA
More of a technician than a blaster, Miller doesn’t need a whole lot of work. Don’t expect to run behind him for a hard yard, but he’ll be a reliable blocker against speed rushers, especially the less creative ones who can’t deal with his frame. He’ll have to learn how to deal with bull rushers.
16 (16) Buffalo Bills Tremaine Edmunds Linebacker 6’5″/250 Virginia Tech
One of the biggest boom-or-bust prospects in the draft. Let him play through his mistakes, and then, once you figure out what he is and all he can do, the upside is there to be the superstar leader of a defense for a long, long time. Downside? Even with his sack production, he’s not a sure-thing pass rusher.
17 (17) Los Angeles Chargers Derwin James Safety 6’3″/211 Florida State
James is very big, very fast, very explosive. He’s going to be among the most talented, athletic players on any NFL field, and he’ll take over a team and a defense almost immediately with his attitude and fire. He still needs more time and more reps, but there’s still a massive upside to a guy who’s already ready.
18 (18) Green Bay Packers Jaire Alexander Cornerback 5’11″/192 Louisville
While he might be a wee bit thin, and he’s not going to power through any receiver, when you’re this smooth, this fast, and this productive, you’re doing something right. The biggest concern will be his ability to hold up physically. He’ll have problem with the 50/50 balls against the tall, stronger receivers.
19 (19) Dallas Cowboys Leighton Vander Esch Linebacker 6’4″/240 Boise State
The guy only did it for one season at Boise State, but it was a great one. Smooth, he could turn into a devastating hybrid pass rusher with the quickness and closing ability to get in on everything. And once he gets there, he delivers the tone-setting hit that can change games. Needs to put on good weight.
20 (20) Detroit Lions Frank Ragnow Center 6’5″/317 Arkansas
Able to play right guard if needed, he’ll be a longtime pro center who’ll bring a whole lot of pop to his game. Good in pass protection, too, he’s a very tough, very smart, very steady all-around blocker.
21 (21) Cincinnati Bengals Billy Price Center 6’4″/312 Ohio State
Able to play center or guard, he’s a brutish blocker at both spots. Devastating with a killer football attitude, he destroyed defenders off the ball with both his upper and lower body. He knows how to get leverage, he’s able to wall off his man with ease, and he’s able to bury guys when he gets the chance.
22 (22) Tennessee Titans Rashaan Evans Linebacker 6’3″/234 Alabama
Evans has great versatility. He’s a tough guy who can hold his own on the inside and stuff the run and come up with every good stop, or put him on the outside and let him grow into a devastating weakside defender with the speed to handle himself in pass coverage. Has perennial Pro Bowl written all over him.
23 (23) New England Patriots Isaiah Wynn Offensive tackle 6’2″/302 Georgia
Wynn has SEC-caliber tackle skills that’ll be applied to guard. There are plenty of knocks on his lack of bulk and his potential problems powering away on NFL defensive tackles, but he’s clean. There’s little technique work needed, he’s extremely strong, and he can move.
24 (24) Carolina Panthers D.J. Moore Wide receiver 5’11″/215 Maryland
Moore is very smart, very savvy, and very quick. He’s able to work his way open, and then do big things whenever he gets the ball in his hands, especially on the move. There’s still plenty of work to do, needing to do more to get deep and he might be better as someone’s No. 2 rather than rise up as a No. 1.
25 (25) Baltimore Ravens Hayden Hurst Tight end 6’5″/250 South Carolina
With great, GREAT hands, exceptional route-running ability, and with good enough blocking ability to be a factor, Hurst is a very good all-around prospect, even if he’s not amazing in any one area. He’s not going to rip up defenses as a receiver, but he’ll be a good, sound part of an offense.
26 (26) Atlanta Falcons Calvin Ridley Wide receiver 6’1″/190 Alabama
Fast enough – running a 4.43 at the Combine – Ridley made up for a relatively pedestrian rest of the workout by showing off the needed speed to match the tape. He’ll get pushed around by the bigger corners, but he’s able to make up for it by doing a great job at getting separation and finding openings.
27 (27) Seattle Seahawks Rashaad Penny Running back 5’11″/220 San Diego State
Does it all translate? Want the yards? He was a 2,000-yard star last season. Want the special teams ability? He was a phenomenal return man. Want the speed? 4.46. There might not be too much as a receiver, but he’ll bring the max effort on every run.
28 (28) Pittsburgh Steelers Terrell Edmunds Safety 6’2″/220 Virginia Tech
Really big, really fast, and with a whole lot of talent, the brother of Treumaine is a going to be a good pick on his own. He’s got corner skills whose big problem is making too many misses by being overaggressive – that can be fixed. He made 196 tackles and six interceptions in three years, and got in on 14 broken up passes.
29 (29) Jacksonville Jaguars Taven Bryan Defensive tackle 6’4″/291 Florida
Absolutely everything is there for Bryan except the ability to play football really, really well. Find a highlight reel of him, and he’s jaw-dropping. But that’s picking and choosing a few plays here and there – you have to take in the entire body of work, or lack of it. However, the upside is there to be amazing.
30 (30) Minnesota Vikings Mike Hughes Cornerback 5’11″/191 UCF
Look past the measurables, stick to the tape, and enjoy a terrific all-around football player who does it all. Safety strong, he’ll beat up receivers when he has to and he’ll fight for every play on every snap. Let him press, and he’ll dominate the battle. He’s not a premier tackler. Will help in the return game from the jump.
31 (31) New England Patriots Sony Michel Running back 5’11″/215 Georgia
He can block, especially against the blitz. Add that in to all of the other parts to his game, and he has the tools and the skills to potentially be the best back in the draft. Hanging on to the ball is the concern, but he’s built right, he’s more of a receiver than he showed last season, and he can be devastating in key situations.
32 (32) Baltimore Ravens Lamar Jackson Quarterback 6’2″/216 Louisville
In terms of game, think of Jackson as a faster, more college-accomplished Randall Cunningham, who was an outstanding QB IN THE NFL, A 4× Pro Bowl (19881990, 1998), 2× First-team All-Pro (1990, 1998), 2× Second-team All-Pro (1988, 1992), NFL passer rating leader (1998), NEA NFL Most Valuable Player (1998), PFWA NFL Most Valuable Player (1990), 3× Bert Bell Award (1988, 1990, 1998), NFL COMEBACK PLAYER OF THE YEAR 1992, NFC PLAYER OF THE YEAR 1990, AND PHILADELPHIA EAGLES HALL OF FAME, SO WITH THAT SAID, LAMAR JACKSON IS IN GREAT COMPANY.

Lamar Jackson won the Heisman TrophyMaxwell Award, and Walter Camp Award and was a unanimous All-American as a sophomore in 2016, and can absolutely develop into the type of deep ball pure passer who wings it all around the yard. His mechanics and throwing motion are excellent, and hardly need an overhaul. He’s special, THE BEST QUARTERBACK UPSIDE IN THE 2018 NFL DRAFT.

NFL Draft 2018- ROUND 2

TEAM PLAYER COLLEGE
1 (33) Cleveland Browns Austin Corbett Offensive guard 6’4″/305 Nevada
2 (34) New York Giants Will Hernandez Offensive guard 6’3″/330 UTEP
3 (35) Cleveland Browns Nick Chubb Running back 5’10″/225 Georgia
4 (36) Indianapolis Colts Darius Leonard Linebacker 6’3″/235 South Carolina State
5 (37) Indianapolis Colts Braden Smith Offensive guard 6’6″/303 Auburn
6 (38) Tampa Bay Buccaneers Ronald Jones II Running back 6’0″/200 USC
7 (39) Chicago Bears James Daniels Center 6’4″/295 Iowa
8 (40) Denver Broncos Courtland Sutton Wide receiver 6’4″/216 Southern Methodist
9 (41) Tennessee Titans Harold Landry Defensive end 6’3″/250 Boston College
10 (42) Miami Dolphins Mike Gesicki Tight end 6’6″/250 Penn State
11 (43) Detroit Lions Kerryon Johnson Running back 6’0″/212 Auburn
12 (44) San Francisco 49ers Dante Pettis Wide receiver 6’1″/195 Washington
13 (45) Green Bay Packers Josh Jackson Cornerback 6’1″/192 Iowa
14 (46) Kansas City Chiefs Breeland Speaks Defensive end 6’3″/285 Mississippi
15 (47) Arizona Cardinals Christian Kirk Wide receiver 5’11″/200 Texas A&M
16 (48) Los Angeles Chargers Uchenna Nwosu Linebacker 6’2″/240 USC
17 (49) Philadelphia Eagles Dallas Goedert Tight end 6’4″/260 South Dakota State
18 (50) Dallas Cowboys Connor Williams Offensive tackle 6’6″/315 Texas
19 (51) Chicago Bears Anthony Miller Wide receiver 5’11″/190 Memphis
20 (52) Indianapolis Colts Kemoko Turay Defensive end 6’5″/252 Rutgers
21 (53) Tampa Bay Buccaneers M.J. Stewart Cornerback 6’0″/205 North Carolina
22 (54) Cincinnati Bengals Jessie Bates III Safety 6’2″/195 Wake Forest
23 (55) Carolina Panthers Donte Jackson Cornerback 5’11″/175 LSU
24 (56) New England Patriots Duke Dawson Cornerback 5’10″/202 Florida
25 (57) Oakland Raiders P.J. Hall Defensive tackle 6’1″/310 Sam Houston State
26 (58) Atlanta Falcons Isaiah Oliver Cornerback 6’1″/195 Colorado
27 (59) Washington Redskins Derrius Guice Running back 5’11″/218 LSU
28 (60) Pittsburgh Steelers James Washington Wide receiver 6’0″/205 Oklahoma State
29 (61) Jacksonville Jaguars DJ Chark Wide receiver 6’4″/198 LSU
30 (62) Minnesota Vikings Brian O’Neill Offensive tackle 6’6″/305 Pittsburgh
31 (63) Tampa Bay Buccaneers Carlton Davis Cornerback 6’1″/203 Auburn
32 (64) Indianapolis Colts Tyquan Lewis Defensive end 6’4″/265 Ohio State

NFL Draft 2018- ROUND 3

TEAM PLAYER COLLEGE
1 (65) Oakland Raiders Brandon Parker Offensive tackle 6’7″/309 North Carolina A&T
2 (66) New York Giants Lorenzo Carter Linebacker 6’6″/243 Georgia
3 (67) Cleveland Browns Chad Thomas Defensive end 6’6″/275 Miami (FL)
4 (68) Houston Texans Justin Reid Safety 6’1″/204 Stanford
5 (69) New York Giants B.J. Hill Defensive tackle 6’4″/315 North Carolina State
6 (70) San Francisco 49ers Fred Warner Linebacker 6’4″/230 Brigham Young
7 (71) Denver Broncos Royce Freeman Running back 6’0″/238 Oregon
8 (72) New York Jets Nathan Shepherd Defensive tackle 6’5″/300 Fort Hays State
9 (73) Miami Dolphins Jerome Baker Linebacker 6’1″/225 Ohio State
10 (74) Washington Redskins Geron Christian Offensive tackle 6’6″/315 Louisville
11 (75) Kansas City Chiefs Derrick Nnadi Defensive tackle 6’1″/312 Florida State
12 (76) Pittsburgh Steelers Mason Rudolph Quarterback 6’5″/230 Oklahoma State
13 (77) Cincinnati Bengals Sam Hubbard Defensive end 6’5″/265 Ohio State
14 (78) Cincinnati Bengals Malik Jefferson Linebacker 6’3″/240 Texas
15 (79) Seattle Seahawks Rasheem Green Defensive end 6’4″/275 USC
16 (80) Houston Texans Martinas Rankin Offensive tackle 6’5″/315 Mississippi State
17 (81) Dallas Cowboys Michael Gallup Wide receiver 6’1″/200 Colorado State
18 (82) Detroit Lions Tracy Walker Safety 6’2″/200 Louisiana
19 (83) Baltimore Ravens Orlando Brown Offensive tackle 6’8″/345 Oklahoma
20 (84) Los Angeles Chargers Justin Jones Defensive tackle 6’2″/312 North Carolina State
21 (85) Carolina Panthers Rashaan Gaulden Cornerback 6’1″/193 Tennessee
22 (86) Baltimore Ravens Mark Andrews Tight end 6’5″/254 Oklahoma
23 (87) Oakland Raiders Arden Key Linebacker 6’6″/265 LSU
24 (88) Green Bay Packers Oren Burks Linebacker 6’3″/230 Vanderbilt
25 (89) Los Angeles Rams Joseph Noteboom Offensive tackle 6’5″/322 TCU
26 (90) Atlanta Falcons Deadrin Senat Defensive tackle 6’1″/305 South Florida
27 (91) New Orleans Saints Tre’Quan Smith Wide receiver 6’1″/210 UCF
28 (92) Pittsburgh Steelers Chukwuma Okorafor Offensive tackle 6’6″/330 Western Michigan
29 (93) Jacksonville Jaguars Ronnie Harrison Safety 6’3″/214 Alabama
30 (94) Tampa Bay Buccaneers Alex Cappa Offensive tackle 6’7″/305 Humboldt State
31 (95) San Francisco 49ers Tarvarius Moore Safety 6’2″/190 Southern Miss
32 (96) Buffalo Bills Harrison Phillips Defensive tackle 6’4″/295 Stanford
33 (97) Arizona Cardinals Mason Cole Center 6’5″/297 Michigan
34 (98) Houston Texans Jordan Akins Tight end 6’4″/249 UCF
35 (99) Denver Broncos Isaac Yiadom Cornerback 6’1″/190 Boston College
36 (100) Kansas City Chiefs Dorian O’Daniel Linebacker 6’1″/220
4 101 Carolina Panthers Ian Thomas  TE Indiana Big Ten from Cleveland via Green Bay [R4 – 1]
  4 102 Minnesota Vikings Jalyn Holmes  DE Ohio State Big Ten from NY Giants via Tampa Bay [R4 – 2]
  4 103 Houston Texans Keke Coutee  WR Texas Tech Big 12  
  4 104 Indianapolis Colts Nyheim Hines  RB NC State ACC  
  4 105 Cleveland Browns Antonio Callaway  WR Florida SEC from Chicago via New England [R4 – 3]
  4 106 Denver Broncos Josey Jewell  LB Iowa Big Ten  
  4 107 New York Jets Chris Herndon  TE Miami (FL) ACC  
  4 108 New York Giants Kyle Lauletta  QB Richmond CAA from Tampa Bay [R4 – 4]
  4 109 Washington Redskins Troy Apke  S Penn State Big Ten from San Francisco via Denver [R4 – 5]
  4 110 Oakland Raiders Nick Nelson  CB Wisconsin Big Ten  
  4 111 Los Angeles Rams Brian Allen  C Michigan State Big Ten From Miami [R4 – 6]
  4 112 Cincinnati Bengals Mark Walton  RB Miami (FL) ACC  
  4 113 Denver Broncos DaeSean Hamilton  WR Penn State Big Ten from Washington [R4 – 7]
  4 114 Detroit Lions Da’Shawn Hand  DE Alabama SEC from Green Bay via Cleveland and New England [R4 – 8]
  4 115 Chicago Bears Joel Iyiegbuniwe  LB Western Kentucky C-USA from Arizona [R4 – 9]
  4 116 Dallas Cowboys Dorance Armstrong  DE Kansas Big 12  
  4 117 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Jordan Whitehead  S Pittsburgh ACC from Detroit via New England [R4 – 10]
  4 118 Baltimore Ravens Anthony Averett  CB Alabama SEC  
  4 119 Los Angeles Chargers Kyzir White  S West Virginia Big 12  
  4 120 Seattle Seahawks Will Dissly  TE Washington Pac-12  
  4 121 Buffalo Bills Taron Johnson  CB Weber State Big Sky  
  4 122 Baltimore Ravens Kenny Young  LB UCLA Pac-12 from Kansas City [R4 – 11]
  4 123 Miami Dolphins Durham Smythe  TE Notre Dame Ind. (FBS) from Carolina via Cleveland [R4 – 12]
  4 124 Kansas City Chiefs Armani Watts  S Texas A&M SEC from LA Rams [R4 – 13]
  4 125 Philadelphia Eagles Avonte Maddox  CB Pittsburgh ACC from Baltimore via Tennessee [R4 – 14]
  4 126 Atlanta Falcons Ito Smith  RB Southern Miss C-USA  
  4 127 New Orleans Saints Rick Leonard  OT Florida State ACC  
  4 128 San Francisco 49ers Kentavius Street  DE NC State ACC from Pittsburgh [R4 – 15]
  4 129 Jacksonville Jaguars Will Richardson  OT NC State ACC  
  4 130 Philadelphia Eagles Josh Sweat  DE Florida State ACC from Minnesota [R4 – 16]
  4 131 Miami Dolphins Kalen Ballage  RB Arizona State Pac-12 from New England via Philadelphia [R4 – 17]
  4 132 Baltimore Ravens Jaleel Scott  WR New Mexico State Sun Belt from Philadelphia [R4 – 18]
  4* 133 Green Bay Packers J’Mon Moore  WR Missouri SEC  
  4* 134 Arizona Cardinals Chase Edmonds  RB Fordham Patriot  
  4* 135 Los Angeles Rams John Franklin-Myers  DE Stephen F. Austin Southland from NY Giants [R4 – 19]
  4* 136 Carolina Panthers Marquis Haynes  DE Ole Miss SEC from New England via LA Rams [R4 – 20]
  4* 137 Dallas Cowboys Dalton Schultz  TE Stanford Pac-12  
  5 138 Green Bay Packers Cole Madison  G Washington State Pac-12 from Cleveland [R5 – 1]
  5 139 New York Giants R. J. McIntosh  DT Miami (FL) ACC  
  5 140 Oakland Raiders Maurice Hurst  DT Michigan Big Ten from Indianapolis [R5 – 2]
  5 141 Seattle Seahawks Shaquem Griffin  LB UCF The American from Houston [R5 – 3]
  5 142 San Francisco 49ers D. J. Reed  CB Kansas State Big 12 from Denver via Washington [R5 – 4]
  5 143 New England Patriots Ja’Whaun Bentley  LB Purdue Big Ten from San Francisco via NY Jets [R5 – 5]
  5 144 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Justin Watson  WR Penn Ivy  
  5 145 Chicago Bears Bilal Nichols  DT Delaware CAA  
  5 146 Seattle Seahawks Tre Flowers  S Oklahoma State Big 12 from Oakland [R5 – 6]
  5 147 Los Angeles Rams Micah Kiser  LB Virginia ACC from Miami via New Orleans and Green Bay [R5 – 7]
  5 148 Pittsburgh Steelers Marcus Allen  S Penn State Big Ten from San Francisco [R5 – 8]
  5 149 Seattle Seahawks Michael Dickson  P Texas Big 12 from Washington via Denver [R5 – 9]
  5 150 Cleveland Browns Genard Avery  LB Memphis The American from Green Bay [R5 – 10]
  5 151 Cincinnati Bengals Davontae Harris  CB Illinois State MVFC  
  5 152 Tennessee Titans Dane Cruikshank  CB Arizona Pac-12 from Arizona via Oakland andBaltimore [R5 – 11]
  5 153 Detroit Lions Tyrell Crosby  OT Oregon Pac-12  
  5 154 Buffalo Bills Siran Neal  CB Jacksonville State OVC from Baltimore [R5 – 12]
  5 155 Los Angeles Chargers Scott Quessenberry  C UCLA Pac-12  
  5 156 Denver Broncos Troy Fumagalli  TE Wisconsin Big Ten from Seattle via Philadelphia and Seattle [R5 – 13]
  5 157 Minnesota Vikings Tyler Conklin  TE Central Michigan MAC from Dallas via NY Jets [R5 – 14]
  5 158 Cincinnati Bengals Andrew Brown  DE Virginia ACC from Buffalo [R5 – 15]
  5 159 Indianapolis Colts Daurice Fountain  WR Northern Iowa MVFC from Kansas City via Cleveland, New England, and Oakland [R5 – 16]
  5 160 Los Angeles Rams Ogbonnia Okoronkwo  LB Oklahoma Big 12 from LA Rams via Denver [R5 – 17]
  5 161 Carolina Panthers Jermaine Carter Jr.  LB Maryland Big Ten  
  5 162 Baltimore Ravens Jordan Lasley  WR UCLA Pac-12 from Tennessee [R5 – 18]
  5 163 Washington Redskins Tim Settle  DT Virginia Tech ACC from Atlanta via Denver [R5 – 19]
  5 164 New Orleans Saints Natrell Jamerson  S Wisconsin Big Ten  
  5 165 Pittsburgh Steelers Jaylen Samuels  FB NC State ACC  
  5 166 Buffalo Bills Wyatt Teller  G Virginia Tech ACC from Jacksonville [R5 – 20]
  5 167 Minnesota Vikings Daniel Carlson  K Auburn SEC from Minnesota via NY Jets [R5 – 21]
  5 168 Seattle Seahawks Jamarco Jones  OT Ohio State Big Ten from New England [R5 – 22]
  5 169 Indianapolis Colts Jordan Wilkins  RB Ole Miss SEC from Philadelphia [R5 – 23]
  5* 170 Cincinnati Bengals Darius Phillips  CB Western Michigan MAC  
  5* 171 Dallas Cowboys Mike White  QB Western Kentucky C-USA  
  5* 172 Green Bay Packers JK Scott  P Alabama SEC  
  5* 173 Oakland Raiders Johnny Townsend  P Florida SEC from Dallas [R5 – 24]
  5* 174 Green Bay Packers Marquez Valdes-Scantling  WR South Florida The American  
  6 175 Cleveland Browns Damion Ratley  WR Texas A&M SEC  
  6 176 Los Angeles Rams John Kelly  RB Tennessee SEC from NY Giants [R6 – 1]
  6 177 Houston Texans Duke Ejiofor  DE Wake Forest ACC  
  6 178 New England Patriots Christian Sam  LB Arizona State Pac-12 from Indianapolis via Cleveland [R6 – 2]
  6 179 New York Jets Parry Nickerson  CB Tulane The American  
  6 180 New York Jets Folorunso Fatukasi  DT Connecticut The American from Tampa Bay via Minnesota [R6 – 3]
  6 181 Chicago Bears Kylie Fitts  DE Utah Pac-12  
  6 182 Arizona Cardinals Chris Campbell  CB Penn State Big Ten from Denver [R6 – 4]
  6 183 Denver Broncos Sam Jones  G Arizona State Pac-12 from Miami via LA Rams [R6 – 5]
  6 184 San Francisco 49ers Marcell Harris  S Florida SEC  
  6 185 Indianapolis Colts Deon Cain  WR Clemson ACC from Oakland [R6 – 6]
  6 186 Seattle Seahawks Jacob Martin  LB Temple The American from Green Bay [R6 – 7]
  6 187 Buffalo Bills Ray-Ray McCloud  WR Clemson ACC from Cincinnati [R6 – 8]
  6 188 Cleveland Browns Simeon Thomas  CB Louisiana Sun Belt from Washington [R6 – 9]
  6 189 New Orleans Saints Kamrin Moore  CB Boston College ACC from Arizona [R6 – 10]
  6 190 Baltimore Ravens DeShon Elliott  S Texas Big 12  
  6 191 Los Angeles Chargers Dylan Cantrell  WR Texas Tech Big 12  
  6 192 Los Angeles Rams Jamil Demby  OT Maine CAA from Seattle via Oakland and Dallas [R6 – 11]
  6 193 Dallas Cowboys Chris Covington  LB Indiana Big Ten  
  6 194 Atlanta Falcons Russell Gage  WR LSU SEC from Detroit via LA Rams [R6 – 12]
  6 195 Los Angeles Rams Sebastian Joseph  DT Rutgers Big Ten from Buffalo [R6 – 13]
  6 196 Kansas City Chiefs Tremon Smith  CB Central Arkansas Southland from LA Rams via Kansas City [R6 – 14]
  6 197 Washington Redskins Shaun Dion Hamilton  LB Alabama SEC from Carolina via LA Rams [R6 – 15]
  6 198 Kansas City Chiefs Kahlil McKenzie  DT Tennessee SEC from LA Rams via New England [R6 – 16]
  6 199 Tennessee Titans Luke Falk  QB Washington State Pac-12  
  6 200 Atlanta Falcons Foyesade Oluokun  S Yale Ivy  
  6 201 New Orleans Saints Boston Scott  RB Louisiana Tech C-USA  
  6 202 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Jack Cichy  LB Wisconsin Big Ten from Pittsburgh via Cleveland and Pittsburgh [R6 – 17]
  6 203 Jacksonville Jaguars Tanner Lee  QB Nebraska Big Ten  
  6 204 New York Jets Trenton Cannon  RB Virginia State CIAA from Minnesota [R6 – 18]
  6 205 Los Angeles Rams Trevon Young  DE Louisville ACC from New England via Cleveland andWashington [R6 – 19]
  6 206 Philadelphia Eagles Matt Pryor  OT TCU Big 12  
  6* 207 Green Bay Packers Equanimeous St. Brown  WR Notre Dame Ind. (FBS)  
  6* 208 Dallas Cowboys Cedrick Wilson Jr.  WR Boise State MW  
  6* 209 Miami Dolphins Cornell Armstrong  CB Southern Miss C-USA from Kansas City
  6* 210 New England Patriots Braxton Berrios  WR Miami (FL) ACC from Oakland [R6 – 20]
  6* 211 Houston Texans Jordan Thomas  TE Mississippi State SEC  
  6* 212 Baltimore Ravens Greg Senat  OT Wagner NEC from Oakland [R6 – 21]
  6* 213 Minnesota Vikings Colby Gossett  G Appalachian State Sun Belt  
  6* 214 Houston Texans Peter Kalambayi  LB Stanford Pac-12  
  6* 215 Baltimore Ravens Bradley Bozeman  C Alabama SEC from Baltimore via Tennessee [R6 – 22]
  6* 216 Oakland Raiders Azeem Victor  LB Washington Pac-12  
  6* 217 Denver Broncos Keishawn Bierria  LB Washington Pac-12 from Oakland via LA Rams [R6 – 23]
  6* 218 Minnesota Vikings Ade Aruna  DE Tulane The American  
  7 219 New England Patriots Danny Etling  QB LSU SEC from Cleveland [R7 – 1]
  7 220 Seattle Seahawks Alex McGough  QB Florida International C-USA from NY Giants via Pittsburgh [R7 – 2]
  7 221 Indianapolis Colts Matthew Adams  LB Houston The American  
  7 222 Houston Texans Jermaine Kelly  CB San Jose State MW  
  7 223 San Francisco 49ers Jullian Taylor  DT Temple The American from Tampa Bay via Miami [R7 – 3]
  7 224 Chicago Bears Javon Wims  WR Georgia SEC  
  7 225 Minnesota Vikings Devante Downs  LB California Pac-12 from Denver via Minnesota and NY Jets [R7 – 4]
  7 226 Denver Broncos David Williams  RB Arkansas SEC from NY Jets via Seattle [R7 – 5]
  7 227 Miami Dolphins Quentin Poling  LB Ohio MAC from San Francisco [R7 – 6]
  7 228 Oakland Raiders Marcell Ateman  WR Oklahoma State Big 12  
  7 229 Miami Dolphins Jason Sanders  K New Mexico MW  
  7 230 Jacksonville Jaguars Leon Jacobs  OLB Wisconsin Big Ten from Cincinnati [R7 – 7]
  7 231 Los Angeles Rams Travin Howard  LB TCU Big 12 from Washington [R7 – 8]
  7 232 Green Bay Packers James Looney  DE California Pac-12  
  7 233 Philadelphia Eagles Jordan Mailata  T     from Arizona via Kansas City and New England [R7 – 9]
Australian rugby player drafted from South Sydney Rabbitohs of NRL
  7 234 Carolina Panthers Andre Smith  ILB North Carolina ACC from LA Chargers via Buffalo [R7 – 10]
  7 235 Indianapolis Colts Zaire Franklin  LB Syracuse ACC from Seattle via NY Jets [R7 – 11]
  7 236 Dallas Cowboys Bo Scarbrough  RB Alabama SEC  
  7 237 Detroit Lions Nick Bawden  RB San Diego State MW  
  7 238 Baltimore Ravens Zach Sieler  DE Ferris State GLIAC from Arizona via Baltimore [R7 – 12]
  7 239 Green Bay Packers Hunter Bradley  LS Mississippi State SEC from Buffalo [R7 – 13]
  7 240 San Francisco 49ers Richie James  WR Middle Tennessee C-USA from Kansas City [R7 – 14]
  7 241 Washington Redskins Greg Stroman  CB Virginia Tech ACC from LA Rams [R7 – 15]
  7 242 Carolina Panthers Kendrick Norton  DT Miami (FL) ACC  
  7 243 New England Patriots Keion Crossen  CB Western Carolina SoCon from Tennessee via Kansas City [R7 – 16]
  7 244 Los Angeles Rams Justin Lawler  DE SMU The American from Atlanta [R7 – 17]
  7 245 New Orleans Saints Will Clapp  C LSU SEC  
  7 246 Pittsburgh Steelers Joshua Frazier  DT Alabama SEC  
  7 247 Jacksonville Jaguars Logan Cooke  P Mississippi State SEC  
  7 248 Green Bay Packers Kendall Donnerson  OLB Southeast Missouri State OVC from Seattle via Minnesota [R7 – 18]
  7 249 Cincinnati Bengals Logan Woodside  QB Toledo MAC from New England [R7 – 19]
  7 250 New England Patriots Ryan Izzo  TE Florida State ACC from Philadelphia via Seattle, New England, Seattle, and Philadelphia [R7 – 20]
  7* 251 Los Angeles Chargers Justin Jackson  RB Northwestern Big Ten  
  7* 252 Cincinnati Bengals Rod Taylor  G Ole Miss SEC  
  7* 253 Cincinnati Bengals Auden Tate  WR Florida State ACC  
  7* 254 Arizona Cardinals Korey Cunningham  OT Cincinnati The American  
  7* 255 Buffalo Bills Austin Proehl  WR North Carolina ACC from Tampa Bay [R7 – 21]
  7* 256 Washington Redskins Trey Quinn  WR SMU The American Mr. Irrelevant
from Falcons via LA Rams [R7 – 22]

Trades

In the explanations below, (PD) indicates trades completed prior to the start of the draft (i.e. Pre-Draft), while (D) denotes trades that took place during the 2018 draft.

Round one
  1. Jump up^ No. 3: Indianapolis → NY Jets (PD). Indianapolis traded their first-round selection (3rd) to the Jets in exchange for the Jets’ first-round selection (6th), two second-round selections (37th and 49th), and their second-round selection in2019.[TRADE 1]
  2. Jump up^ No. 4: Houston → Cleveland (PD). Houston traded their first-round selection (4th) and their first-round selection in 2017 (25th) to Cleveland in exchange for Cleveland’s first-round selection in 2017 (12th). With the trade, Houston selectedDeshaun Watson.[TRADE 2]
  3. Jump up^ No. 6: NY Jets → Indianapolis (PD). see No. 3: Indianapolis → NY Jets.[TRADE 1]
  4. Jump up^ No. 7: Tampa Bay → Buffalo (D). Tampa Bay traded their first- and seventh-round selections (7th and 255th) to Buffalo in exchange for Buffalo’s first-round selection (12th) and two second-round selections (53rd and 56th).[TRADE 3]
  5. Jump up^ No. 10: Oakland → Arizona (D). Oakland traded their first-round selection (10th) to Arizona in exchange for Arizona’s first-, third-, and fifth-round selections (15th, 79th, and 152nd).[TRADE 3]
  6. Jump up^ No. 12: multiple trades:
    No. 12: Cincinnati → Buffalo (PD). Cincinnati traded their first- and sixth-round selections (12th and 187th) to Buffalo in exchange for Buffalo’s first- and fifth-round selection (21st and 158th) and offensive tackle Cordy Glenn.[TRADE 4]
    No. 12: Buffalo → Tampa Bay (D). see No. 7: Tampa Bay → Buffalo.[TRADE 3]
  7. Jump up^ No. 14: Green Bay → New Orleans (D). Green Bay traded their first-round selection (14th) to New Orleans in exchange for New Orleans’s first- and fifth-round selections (27th and 147th) and a first-round selection in 2019.[TRADE 3]
  8. Jump up^ No. 15: Arizona → Oakland (D). see No. 10: Oakland → Arizona.[TRADE 3]
  9. Jump up^ No. 16: Baltimore → Buffalo (D). Baltimore traded their first- and fifth-round selections (16th and 154th) to Buffalo in exchange for Buffalo’s first and third round selections (22nd and 65th).[TRADE 3]
  10. Jump up^ No. 18: Seattle → Green Bay (D). Seattle traded their first- and seventh-round selections (18th and 248th) to Green Bay in exchange for Green Bay’s first-, third-, and sixth-round selections (27th, 76th, and 186th).[TRADE 3]
  11. Jump up^ No. 21: Buffalo → Cincinnati (PD). see No. 12: Cincinnati → Buffalo.[TRADE 4]
  12. Jump up^ No. 22: multiple trades:
    No. 22: Kansas City → Buffalo (PD). Kansas City traded their first-round selection (22nd) as well as their first- and third-round selections in 2017 (27th and91st) to Buffalo in exchange for Buffalo’s first-round selection in 2017(10th).[TRADE 2] With the trade, Kansas City selected Patrick Mahomes II.
    No. 22: Buffalo → Baltimore (D). see No. 16: Baltimore → Buffalo.[TRADE 3]
    No. 22: Baltimore → Tennessee (D). Baltimore traded their first- and sixth-round selections (22nd and 215th) to Tennessee in exchange for Tennessee’s first- and fourth-round selections (25th and 125th).[TRADE 3]
  13. Jump up^ No. 23: LA Rams → New England (PD). The Rams traded their first- and sixth-round selections (23rd and 198th) to New England in exchange for New England’s fourth-round selection (136th) and wide receiver Brandin Cooks.[TRADE 5]
  14. Jump up^ No. 25: Tennessee → Baltimore (D). see No. 22: Baltimore → Tennessee.[TRADE 3]
  15. Jump up^ No. 27: multiple trades:
    No. 27: New Orleans → Green Bay (D). see No. 14: Green Bay → New Orleans.[TRADE 3]
    No. 27: Green Bay → Seattle (D). see No. 18: Seattle → Green Bay.[TRADE 3]
  16. Jump up^ No. 32: Philadelphia → Baltimore (D). Philadelphia traded their first- and fourth-round selections (32nd and 132nd) to Baltimore in exchange for Baltimore’s
    Round two
    1. Jump up^ No. 35: Houston → Cleveland (PD). Houston traded their second-round selection (35th), their sixth-round selection in 2017 (188th), and quarterbackBrock Osweiler to Cleveland in exchange for Cleveland’s fourth-round selection in2017 (142nd).[TRADE 6]
    2. Jump up^ No. 37: NY Jets → Indianapolis (PD). see No. 3: Indianapolis → NY Jets.[TRADE 1]
    3. Jump up^ No. 41: Oakland → Tennessee (D). Oakland traded their second-round selection (41st) to Tennessee in exchange for Tennessee’s second- and third-round selection (57th and 89th).[TRADE 3]
    4. Jump up^ No. 43: multiple trades:
      No. 43: San Francisco → New England (PD). San Francisco traded their second-round selection (43rd) to New England in exchange for quarterbackJimmy Garoppolo.[TRADE 7]
      No. 43: New England → Detroit (D). New England traded a second-round selection (43rd) to Detroit in exchange for Detroit’s second- and fourth-round selections (51st and 117th)[TRADE 3]
    5. Jump up^ No. 44: Washington → San Francisco (D). Washington traded their second- and fifth-round selection (44th and 142nd) to San Francisco in exchange for San Francisco’s second- and third-round selection (59th and 74th).[TRADE 3]
    6. Jump up^ No. 46: Cincinnati → Kansas City (D). Cincinnati traded their second- and fifth-round selection (46th and 100nd) to Kansas City in exchange for Kansas City’s second- and third-round selection (54th and 78th).[TRADE 3]
    7. Jump up^ No. 49: multiple trades:
      No. 49: Seattle → NY Jets (PD). Seattle traded their second- and seventh-round selections (49th and 235th), as well as wide receiver Jermaine Kearse to the Jets in exchange for the Jets seventh-round selection (226th) and defensive end Sheldon Richardson.[TRADE 8]
      No. 49: NY Jets → Indianapolis (PD). see No. 3: Indianapolis → NY Jets.[TRADE 1]
      No. 49: Indianapolis → Philadelphia (D). Indianapolis traded their second-round selection (49th to the Philadelphia in exchange for the Philadelphia’s second- and fifth-round selections (52nd and 169th).[TRADE 3]
    8. Jump up^ No. 51: multiple trades:
      No. 51: Detroit → New England (D). see No. 43: New England → Detroit.[TRADE 1]
      No. 51: New England → Chicago (D). New England traded a second-round selection (51st) to Chicago in exchange for Chicago’s fourth-round selection (105th) and second-round selection in 2019.[TRADE 3]
    9. Jump up^ No. 52: multiple trades:
      No. 52: Baltimore → Philadelphia (D). see No. 32: Philadelphia → Baltimore.[TRADE 3]
      No. 52: Philadelphia → Indianapolis (D). see No. 49: Indianapolis → Philadelphia.[TRADE 3]
    10. Jump up^ No. 53: Buffalo → Tampa Bay (D). see No. 7: Tampa Bay → Buffalo.[TRADE 3]
    11. Jump up^ No. 54: Kansas City → Cincinnati (D). see No. 46: Cincinnati → Kansas City.[TRADE 3]
    12. Jump up^ No. 56: multiple trades:
      No. 56: Los Angeles Rams → Buffalo (PD). The Rams traded their second-round selection (56th) and cornerback E. J. Gaines to Buffalo in exchange for Buffalo’s sixth-round selection (195th) and wide receiver Sammy Watkins.[TRADE 9]
      No. 56: Buffalo → Tampa Bay (D). see No. 7: Tampa Bay → Buffalo.[TRADE 3]
      No. 56: Tampa Bay → New England (D). Tampa Bay traded this second-round selection (56th) to New England in exchange for New England’s second- and fourth-round selections (63rd and 117th).[TRADE 3]
    13. Jump up^ No. 57: Tennessee → Oakland (D). see No. 41: Oakland → Tennessee.[TRADE 3]
    14. Jump up^ No. 59: multiple trades:
      No. 59: New Orleans → San Francisco (PD). New Orleans traded their second-round selection (59th) as well as a seventh-round selection in 2017(229th) to San Francisco in exchange for San Francisco’s third-round selection in2017 (67th).[TRADE 2]
      No. 59: San Francisco → Washington (PD). see No. 44: Washington → San Francisco.[TRADE 3]
    15. Jump up^ No. 63: New England → Tampa Bay (D). see No. 56: Tampa Bay → New England.[TRADE 3]
    16. Jump up^ No. 64: multiple trades:
      No. 64: Philadelphia → Cleveland (PD). Philadelphia traded their second-round selection (64th) as well as a first-, third-, and fourth-round selections in2016 (8th, 77th, and 100th) and their first-round selection in 2017 to Cleveland in exchange for Cleveland’s first-round selection in 2016 (2nd) and a fourth-round selection in 2017.[TRADE 10]
      No. 64: Cleveland → Indianapolis (D). Cleveland traded their second-round selection (64th) to Indianapolis in exchange for Indianpolis’ third- and sixth-round selection (67th and 178th).[TRADE 3]
    Round three
    1. Jump up^ No. 65: multiple trades:
      No. 65: Cleveland → Buffalo (PD). Cleveland traded their third-round selection (65th) to Buffalo in exchange for quarterback Tyrod Taylor.[TRADE 11]
      No. 65: Buffalo → Baltimore (D). see No. 16: Baltimore → Buffalo.[TRADE 3]
      No. 65: Baltimore → Oakland (D). Baltimore traded this third-round selection (65th) to Oakland in exchange for Oakland’s third-, fifth-, and sixth-round selections (75th, 152nd, and 212th).[TRADE 3]
    2. Jump up^ No. 67: Indianapolis → Cleveland (D). see No. 64: Cleveland → Indianapolis.[TRADE 3]
    3. Jump up^ No. 69: Tampa Bay → NY Giants (PD). Tampa Bay traded their third- and fourth-round selections (69th and 108th) to the Giants in exchange for the Giants’ fourth-round selection (102nd) and defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul.[TRADE 12]
    4. Jump up^ No. 70: Chicago → San Francisco (PD). Chicago traded their third-round selection (70th) as well as their first-, third-, and fourth-round selections in 2017(3rd, 67th, and 111th) to San Francisco in exchange for San Francisco’s first-round selection in 2017 (2nd).[TRADE 2]
    5. Jump up^ No. 74: San Francisco → Washington (PD). see No. 44: Washington → San Francisco.[TRADE 3]
    6. Jump up^ No. 75: multiple trades:
      No. 75: Oakland → Baltimore (D). see No. 65: Baltimore → Oakland.[TRADE 3]
      No. 75: Baltimore → Kansas City (D). Baltimore traded their third-round selection (75th) to Kansas City in exchange for Kansas City’s third- and fourth-round selection (86th and 122nd).[TRADE 3]
    7. Jump up^ No. 76: multiple trades:
      No. 76: Green Bay → Seattle (D). see No. 18: Seattle → Green Bay.[TRADE 3]
      No. 76: Seattle → Pittsburgh (D). Seattle traded this third-round selection (76th) to Pittsburgh in exchange for Pittsburgh’s third- and seventh-round selection (79th and 220th).[TRADE 3]
    8. Jump up^ No. 78: multiple trades:
      No. 78: Washington → Kansas City (PD). The Redskins traded their third-round selection (78th) and cornerback Kendall Fuller to the Chiefs in exchange for quarterback Alex Smith.[TRADE 13]
      No. 78: Kansas City → Cincinnati (D). see No. 46: Cincinnati → Kansas City.[TRADE 3]
    9. Jump up^ No. 79: multiple trades:
      No. 79: Arizona → Oakland (D). see No. 10: Oakland → Arizona.[TRADE 3]
      No. 79: Oakland → Pittsburgh (D). Oakland traded a third-round selection (79th to Pittsburgh in exchange for wide receiver Martavis Bryant.[TRADE 14]
      No. 79: Pittsburgh → Seattle (D). see No. 76: Seattle → Pittsburgh.[TRADE 3]
    10. Jump up^ No. 80: Seattle → Houston (PD). Seattle traded their third-round selection (80th) as well as a second-round selection in 2019 to Houston in exchange for Houston’s fifth-round selection (141st) and offensive tackle Duane Brown. This trade originally included cornerback Jeremy Lane but was revised after Lane failed his physical.[TRADE 15]
    11. Jump up^ No. 85: Buffalo → Carolina (PD). Buffalo traded their third-round selection (85th) as well as their 2018 seventh-round selection (previously acquired from theLA Chargers) to Carolina in exchange for wide receiver Kelvin Benjamin.[TRADE 16]
    12. Jump up^ No. 86: Kansas City → Baltimore (D). see No. 75: Baltimore → Kansas City.[TRADE 3]
    13. Jump up^ No. 87: LA Rams → Oakland (D). The Rams traded their third-round selection (87th) to Oakland in exchange for Oakland’s third- and seventh-round selections (89th and 217th).[TRADE 3]
    14. Jump up^ No. 88: Carolina → Green Bay (D). Carolina traded their third-round selection (88th) to Green Bay in exchange for Green Bay’s fourth- and fifth-round selections (101st and 147th).[TRADE 3]
    15. Jump up^ No. 89: multiple trades:
      No. 89: Tennessee → Oakland (D). see No. 41: Oakland → Tennessee.[TRADE 3]
      No. 89: Oakland → LA Rams (D). see No. 87: LA Rams → Oakland.[TRADE 3]
    16. Jump up^ No. 94: Minnesota → Tampa Bay (D). Minnesota traded their third-round selection (94th) to Tampa Bay in exchange for Tampa Bay’s fourth- and sixth-round selections (102nd and 180th).[TRADE 3]
    17. Jump up^ No. 96: Philadelphia → Buffalo (PD). Philadelphia traded their third-round selection (96th) and wide receiver Jordan Matthews to Buffalo in exchange for cornerback Ronald Darby.[TRADE 9]
    18. Jump up^ No. 100: Cincinnati → Kansas City (D). see No. 46: Cincinnati → Kansas City.[TRADE 3]
    Round four
    1. Jump up^ No. 101: multiple trades:
      No. 101: Cleveland → Green Bay (PD). Cleveland traded their fourth- and fifth-round selections (101st and 138th), and quarterback DeShone Kizer to Green Bay in exchange for Green Bay’s fourth- and fifth-round selections (114th and150th), and cornerback Damarious Randall.[TRADE 17]
      No. 101: Green Bay → Carolina (D). see No. 88: Carolina → Green Bay.[TRADE 3]
    2. Jump up^ No. 102: multiple trades:
      No. 102: NY Giants → Tampa Bay (PD). see No. 69: Tampa Bay → NY Giants.[TRADE 12]
      No. 102: Tampa Bay → Minnesota (D). see No. 94: Minnesota → Tampa Bay.[TRADE 3]
    3. Jump up^ No. 105: multiple trades:
      No. 105: Chicago → New England (D). see No. 51: New England → Chicago.[TRADE 3]
      No. 105: New England → Cleveland (D). New England traded their fourth-round selection (105th) to Cleveland in exchange for Cleveland’s fourth- and sixth-round selections (114th and 178th).[TRADE 3]
    4. Jump up^ No. 108: Tampa Bay → NY Giants (PD). see No. 69: Tampa Bay → NY Giants.[TRADE 12]
    5. Jump up^ No. 109: multiple trades:
      No. 109: San Francisco → Denver (PD). San Francisco traded their fourth-round selection (109th) to Denver in exchange for running back Kapri Bibbs and their fifth-round selection in 2017 (177th).[TRADE 2]
      No. 109: Denver → Washington (PD). Denver traded a fourth- and two fifth-round selections (109th, 142nd, and 163rd) to Washington in exchange for Washington’s fourth- and fifth-round selections (113th and 149th) and safety Su’a Cravens. Washington will also receive Denver’s sixth-round selection in 2020 if Cravens appears in a playoff game with the Broncos.[TRADE 18]
    6. Jump up^ No. 111: Miami → LA Rams (PD). The Dolphins traded their fourth- and sixth-round selections (111th and 183rd) to New England in exchange for Robert Quinn.
    7. Jump up^ No. 113: Washington → Denver (PD). see No. 109: Denver → Washington.[TRADE 18]
    8. Jump up^ No. 114: multiple trades:
      No. 114: Green Bay → Cleveland (PD). see No. 101: Cleveland → Green Bay.[TRADE 17]
      No. 114: Cleveland → New England (D). see No. 105: New England → Cleveland.[TRADE 3]
      No. 114: New England → Detroit (D). New England traded a fourth-round selection (114th) to Detroit in exchange for Detroit’s third-round selection in2019.[TRADE 3]
    9. Jump up^ No. 115: Arizona → Chicago (PD). Arizona traded their fourth-round selection (115th) as well as their second-, fourth-, and sixth-round selections in 2017 (45th,119th, 197th) to Chicago in exchange for Chicago’s second-round selection in2017 (36th).[TRADE 2]
    10. Jump up^ No. 117: multiple trades:
      No. 117: Detroit → New England (D). see No. 43: New England → Detroit.[TRADE 1]
      No. 117: New England → Tampa Bay (D). see No. 56: Tampa Bay → New England.[TRADE 3]
    11. Jump up^ No. 122: Kansas City → Baltimore (D). see No. 75: Baltimore → Kansas City.[TRADE 3]
    12. Jump up^ No. 123: multiple trades:
      No. 123: Carolina → Cleveland (PD). Carolina traded their fourth-round selection and punter Kasey Redfern to Cleveland in exchange for punter Andy Leeand Cleveland’s 2017 seventh-round selection in a late August 2016 trade.[TRADE 19]
      No. 123: Cleveland → Miami (PD). Cleveland traded this fourth-round selection to Miami in exchange for wide receiver Jarvis Landry in 2018.[TRADE 17]
    13. Jump up^ No. 124: LA Rams → Kansas City (PD). The Rams traded their fourth-round selection (124th) and second-round selection in 2019 to Kansas City in exchange for Kansas City’s sixth-round selection (196th) and cornerback Marcus Peters.[TRADE 20]
    14. Jump up^ No. 125: multiple trades:
      No. 125: Tennessee → Baltimore (D). see No. 22: Baltimore → Tennessee.[TRADE 3]
      No. 125: Baltimore → Philadelphia (D). see No. 32: Philadelphia → Baltimore.[TRADE 3]
    15. Jump up^ No. 128: Pittsburgh → San Francisco (PD). Pittsburgh traded their fourth-round selection (128th) to San Francisco in exchange for tight end Vance McDonald and San Francisco’s fifth-round selection (148th).[TRADE 21]
    16. Jump up^ No. 130: Minnesota → Philadelphia (PD). Minnesota traded their fourth-round selection (130th) as well as a their first-round selection in 2017 toPhiladelphia in exchange for quarterback Sam Bradford.[TRADE 22]
    17. Jump up^ No. 131: multiple trades:
      No. 131: New England → Philadelphia (PD). New England traded their fourth-round selection to Philadelphia in exchange for cornerback Eric Rowe. The fourth-round selection would have become a third-round selection if Rowe had played more than 50 percent of the defensive snaps in 2016 or 2017, but he did not.[TRADE 23]
      No. 131: Philadelphia → Miami (PD). Philadelphia traded this fourth-round selection to Miami in exchange for running back Jay Ajayi.[TRADE 24]
    18. Jump up^ No. 132: Philadelphia → Baltimore (D). see No. 32: Philadelphia → Baltimore.[TRADE 3]
    19. Jump up^ No. 135: NY Giants → LA Rams (PD). The Giants traded their fourth- and sixth-round selections (135th and 176th) to the Rams in exchange for the Rams’ seventh-round selection in 2019 and linebacker Alec Ogletree.[TRADE 25]
    20. Jump up^ No. 136: multiple trades:
      No. 136: New England → LA Rams (PD). see No. 23: LA Rams → New England.[TRADE 5]
      No. 136: LA Rams → Carolina (D). The Rams traded their fourth-round selections (136th) to Carolina in exchange for the Carolina’s fifth- and sixth-round selections (147th and 197th).[TRADE 3]
    Round five
    1. Jump up^ No. 138: Cleveland → Green Bay (PD). see No. 101: Cleveland → Green Bay.[TRADE 17]
    2. Jump up^ No. 140: Indianapolis → Oakland (D). Indianapolis traded their fifth-round selection (140th) to Oakland in exchange for the Oakland’s fifth- and sixth-round selections (159th and 185th).[TRADE 3]
    3. Jump up^ No. 141: Houston → Seattle (PD). see No. 80: Seattle → Houston.[TRADE 15]
    4. Jump up^ No. 142: multiple trades:
      No. 142: Denver → Washington (PD). see No. 109: Denver → Washington.[TRADE 18]
      No. 142: Washington → San Francisco (PD). see No. 44: Washington → San Francisco.[TRADE 3]
    5. Jump up^ No. 143: New York Jets → San Francisco (PD). The Jets traded their fifth-round selection (143rd) to San Francisco in exchange for cornerback Rashard Robinson.[TRADE 26]
    6. Jump up^ No. 146: Oakland → Seattle (PD). Oakland traded their fifth-round selection (146th) to Seattle in exchange for running back Marshawn Lynch and Seattle’s sixth-round selection (192nd).[TRADE 27]
    7. Jump up^ No. 147: multiple trades:
      No. 147: Miami → New Orleans (PD). Miami traded their fifth-round selection (147th) to New Orleans in exchange for linebacker Stephone Anthony.[TRADE 28]
      No. 147: New Orleans → Green Bay (D). see No. 14: Green Bay → New Orleans.[TRADE 3]
      No. 147: Green Bay → Carolina (D). see No. 88: Carolina → Green Bay.[TRADE 3]
      No. 147: Carolina → LA Rams (D). see No. 136: LA Rams → Carolina.[TRADE 3]
    8. Jump up^ No. 148: San Francisco → Pittsburgh (PD). see No. 128: Pittsburgh → San Francisco.[TRADE 21]
    9. Jump up^ No. 149: multiple trades:
      No. 149: Washington → Denver (PD). see No. 109: Denver → Washington.[TRADE 18]
      No. 149: Denver → Seattle (D). Denver traded their fifth-round selection (149th) to Seattle in exchange for Seattle’s fifth- and seventh-round selections (156th and 226th).[TRADE 3]
    10. Jump up^ No. 150: Green Bay → Cleveland (PD). see No. 101: Cleveland → Green Bay.[TRADE 17]
    11. Jump up^ No. 152: multiple trades:
      No. 152: Arizona → Oakland (D). see No. 10: Oakland → Arizona.[TRADE 3]
      No. 152: Oakland → Baltimore (D). see No. 65: Baltimore → Oakland.[TRADE 3]
      No. 152: Baltimore → Tennessee (D). Baltimore traded their fifth-round selection (152nd) to Tennessee in exchange for Tennessee’s fifth- and sixth-round selections (162nd and 215th)[TRADE 3]
    12. Jump up^ No. 154: Baltimore → Buffalo (D). see No. 16: Baltimore → Buffalo.[TRADE 3]
    13. Jump up^ No. 156: multiple trades:
      No. 156: Seattle → Philadelphia (PD) Seattle traded a fifth-round selection (156th) to Philadelphia in exchange for offensive tackle Matt Tobin and Philadelphia’s seventh-round selection (250th).[TRADE 29]
      No. 156: Philadelphia → Seattle (PD) Philadelphia traded a fifth-round selection (156th) and wide receiver Marcus Johnson to Seattle in exchange for defensive end Michael Bennett and Seattle’s seventh-round selection (250th).[TRADE 30]
      No. 156: Seattle → Denver (D). see No. 149: Denver → Seattle.[TRADE 3]
    14. Jump up^ No. 157: multiple trades:
      No. 157: Dallas → NY Jets (PD). Dallas traded their fifth-round selection (157th) to the Jets in exchange for the Jets’ sixth-round selection in 2017(191st).[TRADE 2]
      No. 157: NY Jets → Minnesota (D). The Jets traded their fifth-round selection (157th) to the Minnesota in exchange for the Minnesota’s fifth- and seventh-round selections (167th and 225th).[TRADE 3]
    15. Jump up^ No. 158: Buffalo → Cincinnati (PD). see No. 12: Cincinnati → Buffalo.[TRADE 4]
    16. Jump up^ No. 159: multiple trades:
      No. 159: Kansas City → Cleveland (PD). Kansas City traded their fifth-round selection (159th) to Cleveland in exchange for offensive tackle Cameron Erving.[TRADE 31]
      No. 159: Cleveland → New England (PD). Cleveland traded a fifth-round selection (159th) and defensive tackle Danny Shelton to New England in exchange for New England’s third-round selection in 2019.[TRADE 32]
      No. 159: New England → Oakland (PD). New England traded a fifth-round selection (159th) to Oakland in exchange for Oakland’s sixth-round selection (210th) and wide receiver Cordarrelle Patterson.[TRADE 33]
      No. 159: Oakland → Indianapolis (D). see No. 140: Indianapolis → Oakland.[TRADE 3]
    17. Jump up^ No. 160: multiple trades:
      No. 160: LA Rams → Denver (PD). The Rams traded their fifth-round selection (160th) to Denver in exchange for cornerback Aqib Talib.[TRADE 34]
      No. 160: Denver → LA Rams (D). Denver traded their fifth-round selection (160th) to the Rams in exchange for the Rams’ two sixth-round selections (183thand 217th).[TRADE 3]
    18. Jump up^ No. 162: Tennessee → Baltimore (D). see No. 152: Baltimore → Tennessee.[TRADE 3]
    19. Jump up^ No. 163: multiple trades:
      No. 163: Atlanta → Denver (PD). Atlanta traded their fifth-round selection (163rd) to Denver in exchange for offensive tackle Ty Sambrailo.[TRADE 35]
      No. 163: Denver → Washington (PD). see No. 109: Denver → Washington.[TRADE 18]
    20. Jump up^ No. 166: Jacksonville → Buffalo (PD) Jacksonville traded their sixth-round selection to Buffalo in exchange for defensive tackle Marcell Dareus. This pick became a fifth-rounds selection (166th) after Dareus remained on Jacksonville’s roster for the remainder of the 2017 season and the Jaguars made the playoffs.[TRADE 36]
    21. Jump up^ No. 167: multiple trades:
      No. 167: Minnesota → NY Jets (D). see No. 157: NY Jets → Minnesota.[TRADE 3]
      No. 167: NY Jets → Minnesota (D) The Jets traded their fifth- and seventh-round selections {167th and 225th) to Minnesota in exchange for Minnesota’s two sixth-round selections (180th and 204th).[TRADE 3]
    22. Jump up^ No. 168: New England → Seattle (PD). New England traded their fifth- and seventh-round selections (168th and 250th) to Seattle in exchange for defensive end Cassius Marsh.[TRADE 37]
    23. Jump up^ No. 169: Philadelphia → Indianapolis (D). see No. 49: Indianapolis → Philadelphia.[TRADE 3]
    24. Jump up^ No. 173: Dallas → Oakland (PD). Dallas traded a fifth-round selection (173rd) to Oakland in exchange for Oakland’s sixth-round selection (192nd) and fullbackJamize Olawale.[TRADE 38]
    Round six
    1. Jump up^ No. 176: NY Giants → LA Rams (PD). see No. 135: NY Giants → LA Rams.[TRADE 25]
    2. Jump up^ No. 178: Indianapolis → Cleveland (D). see No. 64: Cleveland → Indianapolis.[TRADE 3]       No. 178: Cleveland → New England (D). see No. 105: New England → Cleveland.[TRADE 3]
    3. Jump up^ No. 180: multiple trades:
      No. 180: Tampa Bay → Minnesota (D). see No. 94: Minnesota → Tampa Bay.[TRADE 3]
      No. 180: Minnesota → NY Jets (D). see No. 167: NY Jets → Minnesota.[TRADE 3]
    4. Jump up^ No. 182: Denver → Arizona (PD). Denver traded their sixth-round selection (182nd) to Arizona in exchange for offensive tackle Jared Veldheer.[TRADE 39]
    5. Jump up^ No. 183: multiple trades:
      No. 183: Miami → LA Rams (PD). see No. 111: Miami → LA Rams.
      No. 183: LA Rams → Denver (D). see No. 160: Denver → LA Rams.[TRADE 3]
    6. Jump up^ No. 185: Oakland → Indianapolis (D). see No. 140: Indianapolis → Oakland.[TRADE 3]
    7. Jump up^ No. 186: Green Bay → Seattle (D). see No. 18: Seattle → Green Bay.[TRADE 3]
    8. Jump up^ No. 187: Cincinnati → Buffalo (PD). see No. 12: Cincinnati → Buffalo.[TRADE 4]
    9. Jump up^ No. 188: Washington → Cleveland (PD). Washington traded their sixth-round selection (188th) to Cleveland in exchange for Cleveland’s sixth-round selection (205th) and quarterback Kevin Hogan.[TRADE 40]
    10. Jump up^ No. 189: Arizona → New Orleans (PD). Arizona traded their sixth-round selection (189th) to New Orleans in exchange for running back Adrian Peterson.[TRADE 41]
    11. Jump up^ No. 192: multiple trades:
      No. 192: Seattle → Oakland (PD). see No. 146: Oakland → Seattle.[TRADE 27]
      No. 192: Oakland → Dallas (PD). see No. 173: Dallas → Oakland.[TRADE 38]
      No. 192: Dallas → LA Rams (D). Dallas traded their sixth-round selection (189th) to the Rams in exchange for wide receiver Tavon Austin.[TRADE 3]
    12. Jump up^ No. 194: multiple trades:
      No. 194: Detroit → LA Rams (PD). Detroit traded their sixth-round selection (194th) to the Rams in exchange for offensive tackle Greg Robinson.[TRADE 42]
      No. 194: LA Rams → Atlanta (D). The Rams traded their sixth-round selection (194th) to Atlanta in exchange for Atlanta’s two seventh-round selections (244th and 256th.)[TRADE 3]
    13. Jump up^ No. 195: Buffalo → Los Angeles Rams (PD). see No. 56: Los Angeles Rams → Buffalo.[TRADE 9]
    14. Jump up^ No. 196: Kansas City → LA Rams (PD). see No. 124: LA Rams → Kansas City.[TRADE 20]
    15. Jump up^ No. 197: multiple trades:
      No. 197: Carolina → LA Rams (D). see No. 136: LA Rams → Carolina.[TRADE 3]
      No. 197: LA Rams → Washington (D). The Rams traded their sixth- and seventh-round selections (197th and 256th) to Washington in exchange for Washington’s sixth- and seventh-round selections (205th and 231st).[TRADE 3]
    16. Jump up^ No. 198: multiple trades:
      No. 198: LA Rams → New England (PD). see No. 23: LA Rams → New England.[TRADE 5]
      No. 198: New England → Kansas City (D). New England traded their sixth-round selection (198th) to Kansas City in exchange for Kansas City’s two seventh-round selections (233th and 243rd).[TRADE 3]
    17. Jump up^ No. 202: multiple trades:
      No. 202: Pittsburgh → Cleveland (PD). Pittsburgh traded their sixth-round selection (202nd) to Cleveland in exchange for cornerback Justin Gilbert.[TRADE 43]
      No. 202: Cleveland → Pittsburgh (PD). Cleveland traded this sixth-round selection back to Pittsburgh in exchange for wide receiver Sammie Coates and Pittsburgh’s seventh-round selection in 2019.[TRADE 44]
      No. 202: Pittsburgh → Tampa Bay (PD). Pittsburgh then traded their sixth-round selection to Tampa Bay in exchange for free safety J. J. Wilcox and Tampa Bay’s seventh-round selection in 2019.[TRADE 45]
    18. Jump up^ No. 204: Minnesota → NY Jets (D). see No. 167: NY Jets → Minnesota.[TRADE 3]
    19. Jump up^ No. 205: multiple trades:
      No. 205: New England → Cleveland (PD). New England traded their sixth-round selection (205th) to Cleveland in exchange for Cleveland’s seventh-round selection (219th) and cornerback Jason McCourty.[TRADE 46]
      No. 205: Cleveland → Washington (PD). see No. 188: Washington → Cleveland.[TRADE 40]
      No. 205: Washington → LA Rams (D). see No. 197: LA Rams → Washington.[TRADE 3]
    20. Jump up^ No. 210: Oakland → New England (PD). see No. 159: New England → Oakland.[TRADE 33]
    21. Jump up^ No. 212: Oakland → Baltimore (D). see No. 65: Baltimore → Oakland.[TRADE 3]
    22. Jump up^ No. 215: multiple trades:
      No. 215: Baltimore → Tennessee (D). see No. 22: Baltimore → Tennessee.[TRADE 3]
      No. 215: Tennessee → Baltimore (D). see No. 152: Baltimore → Tennessee.[TRADE 3]
    23. Jump up^ No. 217: multiple trades:
      No. 217: Oakland → LA Rams (D). see No. 87: LA Rams → Oakland.[TRADE 3]
      No. 217: LA Rams → Denver (D). see No. 160: Denver → LA Rams.[TRADE 3]
    Round seven
    1. Jump up^ No. 219: Cleveland → New England (PD). see No. 205: New England → Cleveland.[TRADE 4]
    2. Jump up^ No. 220: multiple trades:
      No. 220: NY Giants → Pittsburgh (PD). The Giants traded their seventh-round selection (220th) to Pittsburgh in exchange for cornerback Ross Cockrell.[TRADE 47]
      No. 79: Pittsburgh → Seattle (D). see No. 76: Seattle → Pittsburgh.[TRADE 3]
    3. Jump up^ No. 223: multiple trades:
      No. 223: Tampa Bay → Miami (PD). Tampa Bay traded their seventh-round selection (223rd) as well as their seventh-round selection in 2017 (237th) to Miamiin exchange for Miami’s seventh-round selection in 2017 (223rd).[TRADE 2]
      No. 223: Miami → San Fracisco (PD). Miami traded this seventh-round selection (223rd) to San Francisco in exchange for San Francisco’s seventh-round selection (227th) and center Daniel Kilgore.[TRADE 48]
    4. Jump up^ No. 225: multiple trades:
      No. 225: Denver → Minnesota (PD). Denver traded their seventh-round selection (225th) and quarterback Trevor Siemian to Minnesota in exchange for Minnesota’s fifth-round selection in 2019.[TRADE 49]
      No. 225: Minnesota → NY Jets (D). see No. 157: NY Jets → Minnesota.[TRADE 3]
      No. 225: NY Jets → Minnesota (D). see No. 167: NY Jets → Minnesota.[TRADE 3]
    5. Jump up^ No. 226: multiple trades:
      No. 226: New York Jets → Seattle (PD). see No. 49: Seattle → New York Jets.[TRADE 8]
      No. 226: Seattle → Denver (D). see No. 149: Denver → Seattle.[TRADE 3]
    6. Jump up^ No. 227: San Francisco → Miami (PD). see No. 223: Miami → San Francisco.[TRADE 48]
    7. Jump up^ No. 230: Cincinnati → Jacksonville (PD). Cincinnati traded a conditional selection to Jacksonville in exchange for defensive end Chris Smith.[TRADE 50] The conditions were that the Jaguars would acquire the Bengals’ seventh-round selection if Smith was on the Bengals’ active roster for at least 6 games during the 2017 season, which he was.[TRADE 51]
    8. Jump up^ No. 231: Washington → LA Rams (D). see No. 197: LA Rams → Washington.[TRADE 3]
    9. Jump up^ No. 233: multiple trades:
      No. 233: Arizona → Kansas City (PD). Arizona traded their seventh-round selection (233rd) to Kansas City in exchange for cornerback Marcus Cooper.[TRADE 52]
      No. 233: Kansas City → New England (D). see No. 198: New England → Kansas City.[TRADE 3]
      No. 233: New England → Philadelphia (D). New England traded their seventh-round selection (233rd) to Philadelphia in exchange for Philadelphia’s seventh-round selection (250th) and their seventh-round selection in 2019.[TRADE 3]
    10. Jump up^ No. 234: multiple trades:
      No. 234: LA Chargers → Buffalo (PD). The Chargers traded their seventh-round selection (234rd) to Buffalo in exchange for quarterback Cardale Jones.[TRADE 53]
      No. 234: Buffalo → Carolina (PD). see No. 85: Buffalo → Carolina.[TRADE 16]
    11. Jump up^ No. 235: multiple trades:
      No. 235: Seattle → New York Jets (PD). see No. 49: Seattle → New York Jets.[TRADE 8]
      No. 235: New York Jets → Indianapolis (D). The Jets traded their seventh-round selection (235th) to Indianapolis in exchange for defensive end Henry Anderson.[TRADE 54]
    12. Jump up^ No. 238: Baltimore → Arizona (PD). Baltimore traded a seventh-round selection (238th) to Arizona in exchange for center Tony Bergstrom.[TRADE 55]
    13. Jump up^ No. 239: Buffalo → Green Bay (PD). Buffalo traded their seventh-round selection (239th) to Green Bay in exchange for linebacker Lerentee McCray.[TRADE 56]
    14. Jump up^ No. 240: Kansas City → San Francisco (PD). Kansas City traded their seventh-round selection (240th) to San Francisco in exchange for cornerbackKenneth Acker.[TRADE 57]
    15. Jump up^ No. 241: Los Angeles Rams → Washington (PD). The Rams traded their seventh-round selection (241st) to Washington in exchange for tight end Derek Carrier.[TRADE 58]
    16. Jump up^ No. 243: multiple trades:
      No. 243: Tennessee → Kansas City (PD). Tennessee traded their seventh-round selection (243th) to Kansas City in exchange for defensive lineman David King.[TRADE 59]
      No. 233: Kansas City → New England (D). see No. 198: New England → Kansas City.[TRADE 3]
    17. Jump up^ No. 244: Atlanta → LA Rams (D). see No. 194: LA Rams → Atlanta.[TRADE 3]
    18. Jump up^ No. 248: multiple trades:
      No. 248: Minnesota → Seattle (PD). Minnesota traded their seventh-round selection (248th) to Seattle in exchange for cornerback Tramaine Brock.[TRADE 60]
      No. 248: Seattle → Green Bay (D). see No. 18: Seattle → Green Bay.[TRADE 3]
    19. Jump up^ No. 249: New England → Cincinnati (PD). New England traded their seventh-round selection (249th) to Cincinnati in exchange for linebacker Marquis Flowers.[TRADE 61]
    20. Jump up^ No. 250: multiple trades:
      No. 250: Philadelphia → Seattle (PD). see No. 156: Seattle → Philadelphia.[TRADE 29]
      No. 250: Seattle → New England (PD). Seattle traded this seventh-round pick to New England in exchange for cornerback Justin Coleman.[TRADE 62]
      No. 250: New England → Seattle (PD) see No. 168: New England → Seattle.[TRADE 37]
      No. 250: Seattle → Philadelphia (PD). see No. 156: Seattle → Philadelphia.[TRADE 30]
      No. 250: Philadelphia → New England (D) see No. 233: New England → Philadelphia.[TRADE 3]
    21. Jump up^ No. 255: Tampa Bay → Buffalo (D). see No. 7: Tampa Bay → Buffalo.[TRADE 3]
    22. Jump up^ No. 256: multiple trades:
      No. 256: Atlanta → LA Rams (D). see No. 194: LA Rams → Atlanta.[TRADE 3]
      No. 256: LA Rams → Washington (D). see No. 197: LA Rams → Washington.[TRADE