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I'm thinking we have to pick this up tomorrow.

Ight, I'm free tonight, tomorrow till early afternoon, or sunday.

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Courtney upshaw got picked 2x

What do you mean?

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Round 1

  • Indianapolis (2-14) - Andrew Luck, QB, Stanford
  • Miami Dolphins (Trade from St. Louis 2-14) - Robert Griffen III, QB, Baylor
  • Minnesota (3-13) - Matt Kahlil, OT, USC
  • Cincinnati (Trade from Cleveland) (4-12) Trent Richardson, RB, Alabama
  • Tampa Bay(4-12) Morris Claiborne, CB, LSU
  • Washington (5-11) Justin Blackmon, WR, OK St
  • Jacksonville (5-11) Michael Floyd, WR, Notre Dame
  • St. Louis (Trade from Miami 6-10) Riley Reiff OT Iowa
  • Carolina (6-10) Dontari Poe, DT Memphis
  • Chargers (Trade From Buffalo 6-10) - Melvin Ingram, OLB, South Carolina
  • Kansas City (7-9) - Courtney Upshaw, OLB, Alabama
  • Seattle (7-9) - Quinton Coples, DE, North Carolina
  • Jacksonville (5-11) - David DeCastro, OG, Stanford
  • Dallas (8-8) - Dre Kirkpatrick, CB, Alabama
  • Philadelphia (8-8) - Luke Kuechly, LB, Boston College
  • New York Jets (8-8) - Mark Barron, SS, Alabama
  • Cleveland (Trade from Cincinnati - from Oakland (8-8) - Jonathon Martin, OT, Stanford
  • Buffalo (Trade From San Diego 8-8) - Nick Perry, DE, USC
  • Chicago (8-8) - Stephen Hill, WR, Georgia Tech
  • Tennessee (9-7) - Whitney Mercilus, DE, Illinois
  • Cleveland (Trade from Cincinnati 9-7) - Cordy Glenn, OG, Georgia
  • Cleveland - from Atlanta* (10-6) - Janoris Jenkins, CB, North Alabama
  • Detroit* (10-6) - Mike Adams, OT, Ohio St.
  • Pittsburgh* (12-4) - Kevin Zeitler, OG, Wisconsin
  • Denver* (8-8) - Michael Brockers, DT, LSU
  • Houston* (10-6) - Mohamed Sanu, WR, Rutgers
  • New England - from New Orleans* (13-3) - Kendall Wright, WR, Baylor
  • Green Bay* (15-1) - Devon Still, DT, Penn State
  • Baltimore* (12-4) Dont'a Hightower, ILB, Alabama
  • San Francisco* (13-3) Peter Konz, G/C, Wisconsin
  • New England* (13-3) Fletcher Cox, DT, Mississippi St.
  • New York Giants* (9-7) Kendall Reyes, DT, Connecticut

  • Atlanta -> Cleveland: Julio Jones
  • New Orleans -> New England: Mark Ingram
  • Oakland -> Cincinnati: Carson Palmer
  • Cincinnati -> Cleveland
  • Cincinnati -> Cleveland
  • Chargers -> Bills

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Sorry ManningToCollie, i legitimately thought he wasn't selected.

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LOL I was thinking Chiefs picked up Zach Brown from the other draft. Okay so the Patriots select Fletcher Cox, DT, Mississippi St.

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Round 1

  • Indianapolis (2-14) - Andrew Luck, QB, Stanford
  • Miami Dolphins (Trade from St. Louis 2-14) - Robert Griffen III, QB, Baylor
  • Minnesota (3-13) - Matt Kahlil, OT, USC
  • Cincinnati (Trade from Cleveland) (4-12) Trent Richardson, RB, Alabama
  • Tampa Bay(4-12) Morris Claiborne, CB, LSU
  • Washington (5-11) Justin Blackmon, WR, OK St
  • Jacksonville (5-11) Michael Floyd, WR, Notre Dame
  • St. Louis (Trade from Miami 6-10) Riley Reiff OT Iowa
  • Carolina (6-10) Dontari Poe, DT Memphis
  • Chargers (Trade From Buffalo 6-10) - Melvin Ingram, OLB, South Carolina
  • Kansas City (7-9) - Courtney Upshaw, OLB, Alabama
  • Seattle (7-9) - Quinton Coples, DE, North Carolina
  • Jacksonville (5-11) - David DeCastro, OG, Stanford
  • Dallas (8-8) - Dre Kirkpatrick, CB, Alabama
  • Philadelphia (8-8) - Luke Kuechly, LB, Boston College
  • New York Jets (8-8) - Mark Barron, SS, Alabama
  • Cleveland (Trade from Cincinnati - from Oakland (8-8) - Jonathon Martin, OT, Stanford
  • Buffalo (Trade From San Diego 8-8) - Nick Perry, OLB, USC
  • Chicago (8-8) - Stephen Hill, WR, Georgia Tech
  • Tennessee (9-7) - Whitney Mercilus, DE, Illinois
  • Cleveland (Trade from Cincinnati 9-7) - Cordy Glenn, OG, Georgia
  • Cleveland - from Atlanta* (10-6) - Janoris Jenkins, CB, North Alabama
  • Detroit* (10-6) - Mike Adams, OT, Ohio St.
  • Pittsburgh* (12-4) - Kevin Zeitler, OG, Wisconsin
  • Denver* (8-8) - Michael Brockers, DT, LSU
  • Houston* (10-6) - Mohamed Sanu, WR, Rutgers
  • New England - from New Orleans* (13-3) - Kendall Wright, WR, Baylor
  • Green Bay* (15-1) - Devon Still, DT, Penn. St
  • Baltimore* (12-4) - Dont'a Hightower, MLB, Alabama
  • San Francisco* (13-3) - Peter Konz, C, Wisconsin
  • New England* (13-3) - Fletcher Cox, DT, Mississippi St.
  • New York Giants* (9-7) - Kendall Reyes, DT, UConn

  • Atlanta -> Cleveland: Julio Jones
  • New Orleans -> New England: Mark Ingram
  • Oakland -> Cincinnati: Carson Palmer
  • Cincinnati -> Cleveland
  • Cincinnati -> Cleveland
  • Chargers -> Bills

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I might have to go somewhere tomorrow afternoon for an hour, but I am not 100%. I will know for sure tomorrow.

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anyone want to trade up for some talent at the start of the 2nd. Colts pick

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Curious to see what team Alshon Jeffery will be drafted on tomorrow.

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No more friggin trades please.

The Cincinnati trade was already rediculouso

It benefited both teams. Bengals got a playmaker in the running back positon and Browns got three playmakers to make their team a contender.

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I'll post the 2nd round order tomorrow morning. Good night all.

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•Round 2

•St. Louis (2-14)

•Indianapolis (2-14)

•Minnesota (3-13)

•Tampa Bay (4-12)

•Cleveland (4-12)

•Arizona (8-8)

•Washington (5-11)

•Carolina (6-10)

•Buffalo (6-10)

•St. Louis (2-14)

•Seattle (7-9)

•Kansas City (7-9)

•Dallas (8-8)

•Philadelphia (8-8)

•New York Jets (8-8)

•New England - from Oakland (8-8)

•Buffalo

•Chicago (8-8)

•Philadelphia - from Arizona (8-8)

•Tennessee (9-7)

•Cincinnati* (9-7)

•Detroit* (10-6)

•Atlanta* (10-6)

•Pittsburgh* (12-4)

•Denver* (8-8)

•Houston* (10-6)

•New Orleans* (13-3)

•Green Bay* (15-1)

•Baltimore* (12-4)

•San Francisco* (13-3)

•New England* (13-3)

•New York Giants* (9-7)

•Oakland -> New England: Joseph Barksdale and Taiwan Jones

•Arizona -> Philadelphia: Kevin Kolb

Round 3

◦Indianapolis (2-14)

◦St. Louis (2-14)

◦Minnesota (3-13)

◦Cleveland (4-12)

◦Tampa Bay (4-12)

◦Washington (5-11)

◦Arizona (8-8)

◦Buffalo (6-10)

◦Miami (6-10)

◦Chicago - from Carolina (6-10)

◦Kansas City (7-9)

◦Seattle (7-9)

◦Philadelphia (8-8)

◦New York Jets (8-8)

◦Oakland (8-8)

◦San Diego (8-8)

◦Chicago (8-8)

◦Arizona (8-8)

◦Dallas (8-8)

◦Tennessee (9-7)

◦Cincinnati* (9-7)

◦Atlanta* (10-6)

◦Detroit* (10-6)

◦Pittsburgh* (12-4)

◦Denver* (8-8)

◦Houston* (10-6)

◦New Orleans* (13-3)

◦Green Bay* (15-1)

◦Baltimore* (12-4)

◦San Francisco* (13-3)

◦New England* (13-3)

◦New York Giants* (9-7)

•Carolina -> Chicago: Greg Olsen

•Raiders used 3rd-round pick on Terrelle Pryor in supplemental draft

•Round 4

◦St. Louis (2-14)

◦Indianapolis (2-14)

◦Minnesota (3-13)

◦Philadelphia - from Tampa Bay (4-12)

◦Cleveland (4-12)

◦Jacksonville (5-11)

◦Washington (5-11)

◦St. Louis (2-14)

◦Carolina (6-10)

◦Buffalo (6-10)

◦Seattle (7-9)

◦Kansas City (7-9)

◦New York Jets (8-8)

◦Washington - from Oakland (8-8)

◦San Diego (8-8)

◦Chicago (8-8)

◦Arizona (8-8)

◦Dallas (8-8)

◦Philadelphia (8-8)

◦Tennessee (9-7)

◦Cleveland (4-12)

◦Detroit* (10-6)

◦Cleveland - from Atlanta* (10-6)

◦Pittsburgh* (12-4)

◦Denver* (8-8)

◦Houston* (10-6)

◦New Orleans* (13-3)

◦Green Bay* (15-1)

◦Buffalo - from Baltimore* (12-4)

◦San Francisco* (13-3)

◦New England* (13-3)

◦New York Giants* (9-7)

•Atlanta -> Cleveland: Julio Jones

•Oakland -> Washington: Jason Campbell

•Tampa Bay -> Philadelphia: Luke Stocker

•Baltimore -> Buffalo: Lee Evans

•Round 5

•Indianapolis (2-14)

•Denver - from St. Louis (2-14)

•Minnesota (3-13)

•Cleveland (4-12)

•Tampa Bay (4-12)

•Washington (5-11)

•Jacksonville (5-11)

•Carolina (6-10)

•Buffalo (6-10)

•Miami (6-10)

•Kansas City (7-9)

•Seattle (7-9)

•Oakland (8-8)

•San Diego (8-8)

•Chicago (8-8)

•Arizona (8-8)

•Dallas (8-8)

•Philadelphia (8-8)

•New York Jets (8-8)

•Tennessee (9-7)

•Cincinnati* (9-7)

•Atlanta* (10-6)

•Detroit* (10-6)

•Pittsburgh* (12-4)

•Denver* (8-8)

•Houston* (10-6)

•New Orleans* (13-3)

•Green Bay* (15-1)

•Baltimore* (12-4)

•San Francisco* (13-3)

•Cincinnati - from New England* (13-3)

•New York Giants* (9-7)

•New England -> Cincinnati: Chad Ochocinco

•St. Louis -> Denver: Brandon Lloyd

•Round 6

•St. Louis (2-14)

•Indianapolis (2-14)

•Minnesota (3-13)

•Tampa Bay (4-12)

•Cleveland (4-12)

•Jacksonville (5-11)

•New Orleans - from Washington (5-11)

•Buffalo (6-10)

•New Orleans - from Miami (6-10)

•Carolina (6-10)

•Seattle (7-9)

•Kansas City (7-9)

•San Diego (8-8)

•Chicago (8-8)

•Arizona (8-8)

•Dallas (8-8)

•Philadelphia (8-8)

•New York Jets (8-8)

•Oakland (8-8)

•Tennessee (9-7)

•Cincinnati* (9-7)

•Detroit* (10-6)

•Atlanta* (10-6)

•Pittsburgh* (12-4)

•Philadelphia - from Denver* (8-8)

•Houston* (10-6)

•Miami - from New Orleans* (13-3)

•Green Bay* (15-1)

•Baltimore* (12-4)

•San Francisco* (13-3)

•Philadelphia - from New England* (13-3)

•New York Giants* (9-7)

•Denver -> Philadelphia: Joe Mays

•Washington -> New Orleans: Jammal Brown

•New England -> Philadelphia: Tracy White

•New Orleans <-> Miami: Reggie Bush

•Round 7

◦Indianapolis (2-14)

◦St. Louis (2-14)

◦Minnesota (3-13)

◦Cleveland (4-12)

◦Tampa Bay (4-12)

◦Washington (5-11)

◦Jacksonville (5-11)

◦Miami (6-10)

◦Carolina (6-10)

◦Buffalo (6-10)

◦Kansas City (7-9)

◦Seattle (7-9)

◦Chicago (8-8)

◦Arizona (8-8)

◦Dallas (8-8)

◦Minnesota - from New England via Philadelphia (8-8)

◦New York Jets (8-8)

◦Seattle - from Oakland (8-8)

◦San Diego (8-8)

◦Tennessee (9-7)

◦Cincinnati* (9-7)

◦Atlanta* (10-6)

◦Detroit* (10-6)

◦Pittsburgh* (12-4)

◦Denver* (8-8)

◦Houston* (10-6)

◦New Orleans* (13-3)

◦Green Bay* (15-1)

◦Baltimore* (12-4)

◦San Francisco* (13-3)

◦Kansas City - from New England* (13-3)

◦New York Giants* (9-7)

•Philadelphia -> New England -> Minnesota: Tracy White; Randy Moss

•New England -> Kansas City: Jarrad Page

•Oakland -> Seattle: Aaron Curry

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Good morning everyone. Ready for the second round.

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Browns should have taken Tannehill with one of their picks in round 1. No free agent QB wants to go there, their best option is via the draft :).

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There is so much talent in rounds 1 and 2 that having extra picks in those 2 rounds is a great thing. Darn those patriots :), now they still get to address their secondary after Kendall Wright and Fletcher Cox, what a luxury.

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