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It was an eventful draft for the Georgia Bulldogs

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Mr. Irrelevant: 49ers select Brock Purdy No. 262 overall to conclude 2022 NFL Draft

Brock Purdy is now Mr. Irrelevant in 2022.

The San Francisco 49ers selected the Iowa State quarterback No. 262 overall to officially conclude the 2022 NFL Draft.

NFL teams will now sign undrafted free agents to their rosters.

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Cardinals take Jesse Luketa No. 256 overall and Marquis Hayes No. 257 overall as draft nears end

The Arizona Cardinals and Chicago Bears had back to back picks in the seventh round of the draft, which is approaching its conclusion. Here's how the last nine picks played out.

253: Rams pick Russ Yeast, S, Kansas State

254: Bears pick Elijah Hicks, S, California

255: Bears pick Trenton Gill, P, NC State

256: Cardinals pick Jesse Luketa, LB, Penn State

257: Cardinals pick Marquis Hayes, OG, Oklahoma

258: Packers pick Samori Toure, WR, Nebraska

259: Chiefs pick Nazeeh Johnson, S, Marshall

260: Chargers pick Zander Horvath, FB, Purdue

261: Rams pick AJ Arcuri, OT, Michigan State

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Dolphins select QB Skylar Thompson No. 247 overall

The Miami Dolphins opted to select a quarterback with the No. 247 overall pick in the seventh round of the 2022 NFL Draft. The team selected Kansas State signal caller Skylar Thompson, who joins a quarterback room in Miami that includes starter Tua Tagovailoa.

Here's how the last 10 picks played out.

243: Chiefs pick Jaylen Watson, CB, Washington State

244: Cardinals pick Christian Matthew, CB, Valdosta State

245: Patriots pick Andrew Stueber, OG, Michigan

246: Browns pick Dawson Deaton, C, Texas Tech

247: Dolphins pick Skylar Thompson, QB, Kansas State

248: Buccaneers pick Andre Anthony, DE, LSU

249: Packers pick Rasheed Walker, OT, Penn State

250: Raiders pick Brittain Brown, RB, UCLA

251: Chiefs pick Isaih Pacheco, RB, Rutgers

252: Bengals pick Jeffrey Gunter, EDGE, Coastal Carolina

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Run Rich Run!: Annual fundraising event broadcasted during final round of 2022 NFL Draft

NFL Network host Rich Eisen ran the 40-yard dash in 6.16 seconds during the "Run Rich Run" annual charity event that raises money for St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.

The event aired on Saturday during the draft.

Former Washington quarterback Robert Griffin III ran the 40-yard dash in a blazing 4.48 seconds.

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Packers select Jonathan Ford No. 234 overall

The Green Bay Packers went defense in the seventh round, selecting Miami defensive tackle Jonathan Ford No. 234 overall. Here's a list of the last 10 picks.

233: Seahawks pick Dareke Young, WR, Lenoir-Rhyne

234: Packers pick Jonathan Ford, DT, Miami

235: Rams pick Daniel Hardy, LB, Montana State

236: Chargers pick Deane Leonard, CB, Ole Miss

237: Lions pick Chase Lucas, CB, Arizona State

238: Raiders pick Thayer Munford, OT, Ohio State

239: Colts pick Rodney Thomas II, S, Yale

240: Commanders pick Christian Holmes, CB, Oklahoma State

241: Steelers pick Chris Oladokun, QB, South Dakota State (Team took Kenny Pickett No. 20 overall)

242: Panthers pick Kalon Barnes, CB, Baylor

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Seahawks grab wide receiver Bo Melton with No. 229 overall pick

The Seattle Seahawks went offense in the seventh round of the draft on Saturday. Here's how the last 10 picks played out, which included four linebackers.

223: Browns pick Isaiah Thomas, DE, Oklahoma

224: Dolphins pick Cameron Goode, LB, California

225: Steelers pick Mark Robinson, LB, Ole Miss

226: Bears pick Ja'Tyre Carter, OG, Southern

227: Vikings pick Nick Muse, TE, South Carolina

228: Packers pick Tariq Carpenter, LB, Georgia Tech

229: Seahawks pick Bo Melton, WR, Rutgers

230: Commanders pick Chris Paul, OG, Tulsa

231: Bills pick Baylon Spector, LB, Clemson

232: Broncos pick Faion Hicks, CB, Wisconsin

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Couple gets married at draft in Las Vegas after getting engaged at last year's draft in Cleveland

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Jaguars select Montaric Brown with first pick of seventh round

The Jacksonville Jaguars opened the seventh and final round of the 2022 NFL Draft with the selection of Arkansas cornerback Montaric Brown.

Brown had six interceptions and 127 tackles in four seasons with the Razorbacks.

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49ers select Tariq Castro-Fields No. 221 overall to conclude sixth round

The San Francisco 49ers selected a pair of defenders to conclude the sixth round of the draft. Here's a list of the final five picks in the round.

217: Lions pick James Houston IV, LB, Jackson State

218: Buccaneers pick Ko Kieft, TE, Minnesota

219: Titans pick Chance Campbell, LB, Ole Miss

220: 49ers pick Kalia Davis, DT, UCF

221: 49ers pick Tariq Castro-Fields, CB, Penn State

The Jaguars are set to pick first in the seventh and final round of the 2022 NFL Draft.

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Rams add to secondary with back to back selections in sixth round

The Los Angeles Rams added to their secondary with back to back picks in the sixth round on Saturday. Here's a list of the last six picks.

211: Rams pick Quentin Lake, S, UCLA

212: Rams pick Derion Kendrick, CB, Georgia

213: Falcons pick John FitzPatrick, TE, Georgia

214: Chargers pick Ja'Sir Taylor, CB, Wake Forest

215: Cardinals pick Lecitus Smith, OG, Virginia Tech (Pick announced from Mexico)

215: Colts pick Curtis Brooks, DT, Cincinnati

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Family pairings galore on the Steelers roster

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Cameron Heyward responds to Steelers drafting brother Connor Heyward

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Titans grab Theo Jackson No. 204 overall in sixth round

The Tennessee Titans went defense for their No. 204 overall pick in the sixth round of the draft. Here's a list of the last 10 picks.

201: Cardinals pick Keaontay Ingram, RB, USC

202: Browns pick Michael Woods II, WR, Oklahoma

203: Bears pick Trestan Ebner, RB, Baylor

204: Titans pick Theo Jackson, S, Tennessee

205: Texans pick Austin Deculus, OT, LSU

206: Broncos pick Matt Henningsen, DE, Wisconsin

207: Bears pick Doug Kramer, C, Illinois

208: Steelers pick Connor Heyward, FB, Michigan State (Brother of Steelers lineman Cameron Heyward)

209: Bills pick Luke Tenuta, OT, Virginia Tech

210: Patriots pick Chasen Hines, OG, LSU

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Saints select Air Force defensive tackle Jordan Jackson No. 194 overall

The New Orleans Saints have selected Air Force defensive tackle Jordan Jackson No. 194 overall in the sixth round of the draft.

Here's how the last 10 picks turned out.

191: Vikings pick Jalen Nailor, WR, Michigan State

192: Colts pick Andrew Ogletree, TE, Youngstown State

193: Cowboys pick Devin Harper, LB, Oklahoma State

194: Saints pick Jordan Jackson, DT, Air Force

195: Chargers pick Jamaree Salyer, OG, Georgia

196: Ravens pick Tyler Badie, RB, Missouri

197: Jaguars pick Gregory Junior, CB, Ouachita Baptist

198: Eagles pick Grant Calcaterra, TE, SMU

199: Panthers pick Cade Mays, OL, Tennessee (Played all five positions on OL in college career)

200: Patriots pick Sam Roberts, DT, Northwest Missouri State

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Steelers coach Mike Tomlin says Kenny Pickett 'certainly has a chance' to be Week 1 starter

Pittsburgh Steelers coach Mike Tomlin on Saturday discussed the selection of quarterback Kenny Pickett, who the team selected No. 20 overall.

Tomlin says Pickett "certainly has a chance," to be the Week 1 starter for the Steelers.

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Patriots grab running back Kevin Harris No. 183 overall in sixth round

The New England Patriots have selected South Carolina running back Kevin Harris No. 183 overall in the sixth round of the draft.

Here's how the last 10 picks turned out.

181: Eagles pick Kyron Johnson, LB, Kansas

182: Giants pick Darrian Beavers, LB, Cincinnati

183: Patriots pick Kevin Harris, RB, South Carolina

184: Vikings pick Vederian Lowe, OT, Illinois

185: Bills pick Christian Benford, CB, Villanova

186: Bears pick Zachary Thomas, OT, San Diego State

187: 49ers pick Nick Zakelj, OT, Fordham

188: Lions pick Malcolm Rodriguez, LB, Oklahoma State

189: Panthers pick Amare Barno, LB, Virginia Tech

190: Falcons pick Justin Shaffer, OG, Georgia

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Fitzpatrick overload in Las Vegas

NFL journeyman Ryan Fitzpatrick has been on several different teams during his NFL career.

A group of fans were seen walking in sunny Las Vegas during the draft while wearing several of his jerseys -- from his stints with a myriad of different NFL teams.

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Bills grab punter Matt Araiza No. 180 overall to begin sixth round

The Buffalo Bills have selected San Diego State punter Matt Araiza No. 180 overall to begin the sixth round of the draft.

Araiza won the Ray Guy Award for the top punter in the nation and he earned the nickname "punt god" in college.

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Tom Brady talks importance of sixth round, which is officially underway

Brady was selected by the Patriots No. 199 overall in the sixth round of the 2000 NFL Draft.

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Packers select Kingsley Enagbare No. 179 overall to conclude fifth round

The Green Bay Packers have selected defensive end Kingsley Enagbare No. 179 overall to conclude the fifth round of the draft.

Here's how the final picks of the round turned out, which saw the Cowboys select two defensive players.

176: Cowboys pick Damone Clark, LB, LSU

177: Lions pick James Mitchell, TE, Virginia Tech

178: Cowboys pick John Ridgeway, DT, Arkansas

179: Packers pick Kingsley Enagbare, EDGE, South Carolina

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Broncos select Luke Wattenberg No. 171 overall, adding protection for Russell Wilson

The Denver Broncos have added protection for Russell Wilson in the fifth round.

Here's how the last six picks shaped up.

170: Texans pick Teagan Quitoriano, TE, Oregon State

171: Broncos pick Luke Wattenberg, C, Washington

172: 49ers pick Samuel Womack, CB, Toledo

173: Giants pick Marcus McKethan, OG, North Carolina

174: Bears pick Dominique Robinson, EDGE, Miami (Ohio)

175: Raiders pick Matthew Butler, DT, Tennessee.

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Bears select Braxton Jones No. 168 overall

The Chicago Bears have added some protection for quarterback Justin Fields in the fifth round. Here's how the last five picks shaped up.

165: Vikings pick Esezi Otomewo, EDGE, Minnesota

166: Bengals pick Tycen Anderson, S, Toledo

167: Cowboys pick DaRon Bland, CB, Fresno State

168: Bears pick Braxton Jones, OT, Southern Utah (selection announced by a young Bears fan in London)

169: Vikings pick Ty Chandler, RB, North Carolina

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Defending Super Bowl champion Rams select Kyren Williams No. 164 overall

The defending Super Bowl champion Los Angeles Rams have selected Notre Dame running back Kyren Williams with their No. 164 overall pick in the fifth round.

See how the last five picks turned out.

160: Chargers pick Otito Ogbonnia, DT, UCLA

161: Saints pick D'Marco Jackson, LB, Appalachian State

162: Broncos pick Montrell Washington, WR, Samford

163: Titans pick Kyle Phillips, WR, UCLA

164: Rams pick Kyren Williams, RB, Notre Dame

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Tyler Lockett welcomes Coby Bryant to Seahawks

Seahawks wide receiver Tyler Lockett welcomed Coby Bryant to the team on Twitter Saturday.

The cornerback, from Cincinnati, was Seattle's No. 109 overall pick in the fourth round.

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Browns select running back Jerome Ford No. 156 overall

The Cleveland Browns selected a running back with the No. 156 overall selection in the fifth round. See how the last five picks turned out.

155: Cowboys pick Matt Waletzko, OT, North Dakota

156: Browns pick Jerome Ford, RB, Cincinnati

157: Buccaneers pick Zyon McCollum, CB, Sam Houston State

158: Seahawks pick Tyreke Smith, EDGE, Ohio State

159: Colts pick Eric Johnson, DT, Missouri State

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Texans select Thomas Booker No. 150 overall

The Houston Texans went defense with the No. 150 overall pick in the fifth round. See how the last five picks turned out.

150: Texans pick Thomas Booker, DE, Stanford

151: Falcons pick Tyler Allgeier, RB, BYU (23 rush TD in 2021)

152: Broncos pick Delarrin Turner-Yell, S, Oklahoma

153: Seahawks pick Tariq Woolen, CB, UTSA

154: Jaguars pick Snoop Conner, RB, Ole Miss

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Back to back picks: Giants select Micah McFadden No. 146 overall and D.J. Davidson No. 147 overall

The New York Giants went defense with back to back picks in the fifth round. Here's how the last five picks turned out.

145: Chiefs pick Darian Kinnard, OG, Kentucky

146: Giants pick Micah McFadden, LB, Indiana

147: Giants pick D.J. Davidson, DT, Arizona State

148: Bills pick Khalil Shakir, WR, Boise State

149: Commanders pick Cole Turner, TE, Nevada

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Fifth round starts off with a bang: Commanders select QB Sam Howell No. 144 overall

The Washington Commanders have selected quarterback Sam Howell with their No. 144 overall pick in the draft -- the first pick in the fifth round.

Howell threw for 92 touchdowns at North Carolina, where he was 20-17 as a starter. Washington previously traded for Carson Wentz, who spent last season with the Colts.

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Titans conclude fourth round with selection of Chigoziem Okonkwo No. 143 overall

The Tennessee Titans have selected a tight end to conclude the fourth round. Here's how the final two picks of the round turned out.

142: Rams pick Decobie Durant, CB, South Carolina State

143: Titans pick Chigoziem Okonkwo, TE, Maryland

The Commanders are scheduled to pick first to start the fifth round

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Patriots grab quarterback Bailey Zappe No. 137 overall

The Patriots opted to grab a quarterback with their No. 137 overall pick in the fourth round. Here's a rundown of the last five picks.

137: Patriots pick Bailey Zappe, QB, Western Kentucky (Joins a quarterback room that includes Mac Jones)

138: Steelers pick Calvin Austin III, WR, Memphis (pick announced by Pittsburgh starting running back Najee Harris in Mexico)

139: Ravens pick Isaiah Likely, TE, Coastal Carolina

140: Packers pick Zach Tom, OT, Wake Forest

141: Ravens pick Damarion Williams, CB, Houston

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Packers select wide receiver Romeo Doubs No. 132 overall

The Green Bay Packers got another offensive weapon for Aaron Rodgers in the fourth round. Here's how the last five picks turned out.

132: Packers pick Romeo Doubs, WR, Nevada

133: Buccaneers pick Jake Camarda, P, Georgia (second punter selected so far in fourth round)

134: 49ers pick Spencer Burford, OL, UTSA

135: Chiefs pick Joshua Williams, CB, Fayetteville State

136: Bengals pick Cordell Volson, OT, North Dakota State

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Blue Man Group seen having some fun with Rich Eisen, NFL Network crew in Las Vegas

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Punters are people too!: Ravens grab Jordan Stout No. 130 overall

The Baltimore Ravens have selected the first punter of the draft two picks after grabbing Iowa State tight end Charlie Kolar No. 128 overall. Here's how the last five picks turned out.

127: Patriots pick Pierre Strong Jr., RB, South Dakota State

128: Ravens pick Charlie Kolar, TE, Iowa State

129: Cowboys pick Jake Ferguson, TE, Wisconsin

130: Ravens pick Jordan Stout, P, Penn State (Team with six picks in fourth round)

131: Titans pick Hassan Haskins, RB, Michigan

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We've got a kicker!: Browns select Cade York No. 124 overall

The Cleveland Browns opted to go with a kicker with their No. 124 overall pick in the fourth round. Here's how the last five picks turned out, which saw two running backs taken.

122: Raiders pick Zamir White, RB, Georgia

123: Chargers pick Isaiah Spiller, RB, Texas A&M

124: Browns pick Cade York, K, LSU

125: Dolphins pick Erik Ezukanma, WR, Texas Tech (Pick announced from Brazil)

126: Raiders pick Neil Farrell Jr., DT, LSU

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Jets currently out of picks in 2022 NFL Draft after selecting Micheal Clemons No. 117 overall

The New York Jets draft is officially over following the selection of Micheal Clemons No. 117 overall.

The team could still move back in, but they would have to use draft capital from future drafts. Here's how the last five picks turned out.

117: Jets pick Micheal Clemons, DE, Texas A&M

118: Vikings pick Akayleb Evans, CB, Missouri

119: Ravens pick Jalyn Armour-Davis, CB, Alabama

120: Panthers pick Brandon Smith, LB, Penn State

121: Patriots pick Jack Jones, CB, Arizona State

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Giants select Daniel Bellinger No. 112 overall and Dane Belton No. 114 overall

The New York Giants went offensive and defense with their No. 112 and No. 114 overall picks in the fourth round. Here's how the last five picks turned out.

112: Giants pick Daniel Bellinger, TE, San Diego State

113: Commanders pick Percy Butler, S, Louisiana

114: Giants pick Dane Belton, S, Iowa

115: Broncos pick Damarri Mathis, CB, Pittsburgh

116: Broncos pick Eyioma Uwazurike, DT, Iowa State

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Ravens grab 390-pound offensive tackle No. 110 overall

The Baltimore Ravens have selected offensive tackle Daniel Faalele No. 110 overall in the fourth round. 

The tackle, from Minnesota, stands at 6-foot-8 and weighs 390 pounds. He was a 1st team All-Big Ten Selection in 2021. Here's how the last five picks turned out.

107: Texans pick Dameon Pierce, RB, Florida

108: Browns pick Perrion Winfrey, DT, Oklahoma

109: Seahawks pick Coby Bryant, CB, Cincinnati

110: Ravens pick Daniel Faalele, OT, Minnesota

111: Jets pick Max Mitchell, OT, Louisiana

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Buccaneers select Cade Otton No. 106 overall to start fourth round on sunny afternoon in Las Vegas

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have selected Washington tight end Cade Otton to begin the fourth round.

Otton had 250 yards and a touchdown in eight games in 2021.

The pick was announced by Jens Ellermann in Munich, Germany.

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NFL teams can still get a great player in the late rounds of the draft, just ask Tom Brady

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Rob Gronkowski leads 'USA' chants, signs gear for military vets at Gronk Beach

Rob Gronkowski, his family and supermodel girlfriend Camille Kostek brought Gronk Beach to the Encore Beach Club at Wynn Las Vegas Friday afternoon.

The superstar NFL tight end danced on stage while DJs spun hits, and fans packed the beach club to get a glimpse at the four-time Super Bowl champion and his famous family.

Amid the partying, Gronkowski led "USA" chants and signed gear for military veterans in attendance.  

For more on this story: Rob Gronkowski leads 'USA' chants, signs gear for military vets at Gronk Beach

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Rounds 4-7 set to begin at noon ET

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Day 2 is in the books!: Rounds 4-7 resume at noon ET on Saturday

Day 2 of the 2022 NFL Draft is officially in the books.

Rounds 4-7 resume at noon ET on Saturday. 

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49ers finish third round with selection of Danny Gray No. 105 overall

The 49ers have taken SMU wide receiver Danny Gray to conclude the third round of the draft. Here's how the last four picks of the round turned out

102: Dolphins pick Channing Tindall, LB, Georgia

103: Chiefs pick Leo Chenal, LB, Wisconsin

104: Rams pick Logan Bruss, OG, Wisconsin (First pick in draft for defending Super Bowl champion)

105: 49ers pick Danny Gray, WR, SMU

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Cleveland Browns select wide receiver David Bell No. 99 overall

The Cleveland Browns opted to go for a wideout in the third round with their No. 99 overall pick.

Looking for help in their receiving room, Cleveland selected Purdue wide receiver David Bell, who earned 2,946 receiving yards in three seasons with the Boilermakers.

Here's how the last five picks turned out.

97: Lions pick Kerby Joseph, S, Illinois

98: Commanders pick Brian Robinson Jr., RB, Alabama

99: Browns pick David Bell, WR, Purdue

100: Cardinals pick Myjai Sanders, EDGE, Cincinnati

101: Jets pick Jeremy Ruckert, TE, Ohio State

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Kyle Brandt gives an epic speech announcing the Bills pick

Media personality and "Good Morning Football" co-host Kyle Brandt gave an epic speech announcing the Buffalo Bills pick in the third round.

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Panthers trade up in third round, select QB Matt Corral No. 94 overall

The Carolina Panthers have selected a quarterback. With Sam Darnold on their roster, the team grabbed Ole Miss signal caller Matt Corral with the No. 94 overall pick. Corral is the fourth quarterback taken in the draft so far.

Here's how the last five picks turned out.

92: Packers pick Sean Rhyan, OL, UCLA

93: 49ers pick Tyrion David-Price, RB, LSU

94: Panthers pick Matt Corral, QB, Ole Miss

95: Bengals pick Zachary Carter, DT, Florida

96: Colts pick Nick Cross, S, Maryland

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Raiders grab Dylan Parham No. 90 overall in Las Vegas

The Las Vegas Raiders selected Memphis guard Dylan Parham in the third round with their No. 90 overall pick. Here's how the last five picks played out.

87: Cardinals pick Cameron Thomas, EDGE, San Diego State

88: Cowboys pick Jalen Tolbert, WR, South Alabama

89: Bills pick Terrel Bernard, LB, Baylor

90: Raiders pick Dylan Parham, OG, Memphis (Singer Wayne Newton announced the pick)

91: Buccaneers pick Rachaad White, RB, Arizona State.

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Titans take Malik Willis as fans wonder what was taking so long

Malik Willis was set to go as high as No. 2 overall in some NFL Draft mock drafts but by the middle of the second day, the Liberty star is still without a team.

Willis proved in college he can throw the ball and run with the ball if needed. He had 2,857 passing yards and 27 touchdown passes in his final year with the Flames. He also ran the ball for 878 yards on 197 carries and scored 13 touchdowns on the ground.

Finally, with the No. 86 pick, the Tennessee Titans selected Willis. The Titans acquired the pick from the Las Vegas Raiders.

For more on this story: NFL Draft 2022: Titans take Malik Willis as fans wonder what was taking so long

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Willis finally selected!: Liberty QB taken by Titans No. 86 overall

The Tennessee Titans have selected Liberty quarterback Malik Willis with the No. 86 pick in the draft, ending his draft slide.

Willis was projected by many as the top quarterback in the 2022 draft class. He was selected after Kenny Pickett, who the Steelers grabbed in the first round. The Atlanta Falcons took Desmond Ridder No. 74 overall.

Willis threw for 20 touchdowns and 6 interceptions with Liberty in 2020.

His draft slide is officially over, and he has a chance to grow behind Titans current starter Ryan Tannehill.

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Eagles select linebacker Nakobe Dean No. 83 overall, ending his draft slide

The Philadelphia Eagles have selected Georgia linebacker Nakobe Dean No. 83 overall. Dean slid in the draft to the third round after he was projected as a potential first round pick.

Here's how the last five picks turned out.

81: Giants pick Cordale Flott, CB, LSU

82: Falcons pick DeAngelo Malone, OLB, Western Kentucky

83: Eagles pick Nakobe Dean, LB, Georgia

84: Steelers pick DeMarvin Leal, DT, Texas A&M

85: Patriots pick Marcus Jones, CB, Houston (Singer Donny Osmond announced the selection)

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Los Angeles Chargers grab JT Woods No. 79 overall

The Los Angeles Chargers have selected Baylor defensive back JT Woods with the No. 79 overall pick in the draft. The team opted to go defense in their selection of Woods, who had six interceptions in 2021.

Here's how the last five picks turned out.

76: Ravens pick Travis Jones, DT, Connecticut

77: Colts pick Bernhard Raimann, OT, Central Michigan

78: Browns pick Alex Wright, DE, UAB

79: Chargers JT Woods, S, Baylor

80: Broncos pick Greg Dulcich, TE, UCLA

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Second quarterback off the board!: Falcons grab Desmond Ridder No. 74 overall

The Atlanta Falcons have selected quarterback Desmond Ridder No. 74 overall in the third round of the draft. Ridder is the first quarterback taken on Day 2 and second taken during the draft. He was selected ahead of Liberty quarterback Malik Willis.

The selection comes after the Falcons traded franchise signal caller Matt Ryan to the Colts earlier this year.

Here's how the last five picks turned out.

71: Bears pick Velus Jones Jr., WR, Tennessee

72: Seahawks pick Abraham Lucas, OT, Washington State

73: Colts pick Jelani Woods, TE, Virginia

74: Falcons pick Desmond Ridder, QB, Cincinnati 

75: Texans pick Christian Harris, LB, Alabama

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With the second round concluded, here's a rundown on picks 33-64

With the second round officially concluded, here's a rundown on picks 33-64

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Titans grab Nicholas Petit-Frere No. 69 overall

The Tennessee Titans opted to go offensive tackle in the third round. Here's how the last five picks turned out.

66: Vikings pick Brian Asamoah, LB, Oklahoma

67: Giants pick Joshua Ezeudu, OG, North Carolina

68: Browns pick Martin Emerson, CB, Mississippi State

69: Titans pick Nicholas Petit-Frere, OT, Ohio State

70: Jaguars pick Chad Muma, LB, Wyoming (Team selected Utah LB Devin Lloyd No. 27 overall)

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Jags select Luke Fortner No. 65 overall to begin third round; No quarterbacks taken in second round

The Jacksonville Jaguars have selected Kentucky center Luke Fortner No. 65 overall to begin the third round.

Fortner allowed just two sacks in 2021, according to PFF. The pick was announced by Jaguars legend Tony Boselli.

No quarterbacks were taken in the second round.

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Broncos end second round with selection of Nik Bonitto No. 64 overall

The Denver Broncos have concluded the second round of the draft with the selection of Oklahoma edge rusher Nik Bonitto No. 64 overall.

The Buffalo Bills took Georgia running back James Cook No. 63 overall, the brother of Vikings running back Dalvin Cook.

The Chiefs took Cincinnati safety Bryan Cook No. 62 overall.

The Jaguars are on the clock to start the third round.

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49ers make their first pick in draft, select Drake Jackson No. 61 overall

The San Francisco 49ers have officially made their first pick in the 2022 NFL Draft, selecting USC defensive end Drake Jackson No. 61 overall.

Jackson had 25 tackles for loss and 12.5 sacks in his college career with the Trojans.

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Buccaneers select offensive tackle Luke Goedeke No. 57 overall

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have selected Central Michigan offensive tackle Luke Goedeke with their No. 57 overall pick in the second round. Here's how the last five picks turned out.

56: Cowboys pick Sam Williams, EDGE, Ole Miss

57: Buccaneers pick Luke Goedeke, OT, Central Michigan

58: Falcons pick Troy Andersen, LB, Montana State (Team lost LB Foyesade Oluokun to Jags in offseason)

59: Vikings pick Ed Ingram, OG, LSU

60: Bengals pick Cam Taylor-Britt, CB, Nebraska

Georgia LB Nakobe Dean, who was originally projected as a potential first round pick, has yet to be selected.

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Pickett to Pickens!: Steelers grab wide receiver George Pickens No. 52 overall

The Pittsburgh Steelers have selected Georgia wide receiver George Pickens No. 52 overall in the second round. The team hopes for a Kenny Pickett to Pickens connection for years to come after drafting the Pittsburgh quarterback No. 20 overall.

Here's how the last five picks turned out.

51: Eagles pick Cam Jurgens, C, Nebraska

52: Steelers pick George Pickens, WR, Georgia

53: Colts pick Alec Pierce, WR, Cincinnati

54: Chiefs pick Skyy Moore, WR, Western Michigan

55: Cardinals pick Trey McBride, TE, Colorado State

At least 13 wide receivers have been selected in the first and second round so far, which tied an NFL record. McBride was the first tight end off the board.

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Patriots grab Tyquan Thornton No. 50 overall, ran fastest time for WR at NFL combine

The New England Patriots have selected Tyquan Thornton No. 50 overall in the second round of the NFL Draft on Friday.

The Baylor wide receiver ran a 4.28 40-yard dash at the NFL combine this year, as the team hopes he can be a speedy weapon for Mac Jones.

The pick was announced in entertaining fashion by Ben Lepper, a Make-A-Wish kid.

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Baltimore Ravens grab David Ojabo No. 45 overall

The Baltimore Ravens have selected David Ojabo No. 45 overall in the second round of the 2022 NFL Draft on Friday. Here's how the last five picks turned out.

45: Ravens pick David Ojabo, EDGE, Michigan

46: Lions pick Josh Paschal, EDGE, Kentucky

47: Commanders pick Phidarian Mathis, DT, Alabama

48: Bears pick Jaquan Brisker, S, Penn State

49: Saints pick Alontae Taylor, CB, Tennessee

A quarterback has yet to be selected in the second round so far.

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Ed Marinaro goes on extremely long draft day speech, told to wrap up on the podium

Former Viking Ed Marinaro went on for so long at the podium while announcing the Vikings pick, that an apparent producer went on stage to tell him to wrap up.

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Texans grab wide receiver John Metchie III No. 44 overall

The Houston Texans have selected John Metchie III No. 44 overall in the second round of the 2022 NFL Draft on Friday. Here's how the last five picks turned out.

40: Seahawks pick Boye Mafe, EDGE, Minnesota

41: Seahawks pick Ken Walker III, RB, Michigan State

42: Vikings pick Andrew Booth Jr., CB, Clemson

43: Giants pick Wan'Dale Robinson, WR, Kentucky

44: Texans pick John Metchie III, WR, Alabama

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Kyler Gordon gives Roger Goodell the first draft hug of the night

Kyler Gordon was seen giving Roger Goodell the first draft hug of the night on Friday.

Gordon, a cornerback out of Washington, was selected by the Chicago Bears No. 39 overall

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Jets grab Breece Hall at No. 36 overall, first running back taken in draft so far

The New York Jets went running back in the second round after having three picks in the first round.

Here's how the last five picks in the second round turned out.

35: Titans pick Roger McCreary, CB, Auburn

36: Jets pick Breece Hall, RB, Iowa State (First running back taken so far in draft)

37: Texans pick Jalen Pitre, S, Baylor

38: Falcons pick Arnold Ebiketie, EDGE, Penn State

39: Bears pick Kyler Gordon, CB, Washington (Chicago didn't have a first round pick)

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Packers trade up, get offensive weapon for Aaron Rodgers

The Green Bay Packers have selected North Dakota State wide receiver Christian Watson with the No. 34 overall pick in the draft.

The pick means the team finally got an offensive weapon for Aaron Rodgers after taking two defensive players in the first round.

The team made the selection after trading with the Minnesota Vikings

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Buccaneers select DT Logan Hall to begin second round

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have selected Houston defensive tackle Logan Hall No. 33 overall to begin the second round.

Hall had 13.5 tackles for loss and 6.5 sacks in 2021 with Houston, as the team hopes to sure up the interior of their defensive line.

Bucs legend Simeon Rice announced the pick.

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At least 10 NFL teams are making their first pick of the draft tonight

These 10 NFL teams are set to make their first pick of the draft tonight, pending potential trades.

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Malik Willis remains hopeful ahead of round 2

The quarterback, out of Liberty, is projected to be an early day two selection.

Pittsburgh's Kenny Pickett was the only quarterback taken in the first round.

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Here's the current draft order for round 2 in Las Vegas

33. Buccaneers (from Jaguars)

34. Vikings (from Lions)

35. Titans (from Jets)

36. Giants

37. Texans

38. Jets (from Panthers)

39. Bears

40. Seahawks (from Broncos)

41. Seahawks

42. Colts (from Commanders)

43. Falcons

44. Browns

45. Ravens

46. Lions (from Vikings)

47. Commanders (from Colts)

48. Bears (from Chargers)

49. Saints

50. Chiefs (from Dolphins)

51. Eagles

52. Steelers

53. Packers (from Raiders)

54. Patriots

55. Cardinals

56. Cowboys

57. Bills

58. Falcons (from Titans)

59. Packers

60. Buccaneers

61. 49ers

62. Chiefs

63. Bengals

64. Broncos (from Rams)

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There are many quarterbacks still on the board with rounds 2 and 3 set to begin at 7 p.m. ET

Rounds 2 and 3 of the 2022 NFL Draft are set to kick off at 7 p.m. ET.

There are a handful of quarterbacks still on the board to start day two after only one -- Pittsburgh's Kenny Pickett -- was picked in the first round.

The quarterback crop includes Liberty signal caller Malik Willis, Matt Corral of Ole Miss, North Carolina's Sam Howell, and Cincinnati's Desmond Ridder.

Other notable players still available include Georgia LB Nakobe Dean and Iowa State running back Breece Hall

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With the first round concluded, here's a run down of picks 1-32

1. Jaguars: DE Travon Walker (Georgia)

2. Lions: DE Aidan Hutchinson (Michigan)

3. Texans: CB Derek Stingley Jr. (LSU)

4. Jets: CB Sauce Gardner (Cincinnati)

5. Giants: DE Kayvon Thibodeaux (Oregon)

6. Panthers: OT Ikem Ekwonu (NC State)

7. Giants: OT Evan Neal (Alabama)

8. Falcons: WR Drake London (USC)

9. Seahawks: OT Charles Cross (Seahawks)

10. Jets: WR Garrett Wilson (Ohio State)

11. Saints: WR Chris Olave (Ohio State)

12. Lions: WR Jameson Williams (Alabama)

13. Eagles: DT Jordan Davis (Georgia)

14. Ravens: S Kyle Hamilton (Notre Dame)

15. Texans: OG Kenyon Green (Texas A&M)

16. Commanders: WR Johan Dotson (Penn State)

17. Chargers: OG Zion Johnson (Boston College)

18. Titans: WR Treylon Burks (Arkansas)

19. Saints: OT Trevor Penning (Northern Iowa)

20. Steelers: QB Kenny Pickett (Pittsburgh)

21. Chiefs: CB Trent McDuffie (Washington)

22. Packers: LB Quay Walker (Georgia)

23. Bills: CB Kaiir Elam (Florida)

24. Cowboys: OT Taylor Smith (Tulsa)

25. Ravens: C Tyler Linderbaum (Iowa)

26. Jets: DE Jermaine Johnson (Florida State)

27. Jaguars: LB Devin Lloyd (Utah)

28. Packers: DT Devonte Wyatt (Georgia)

29. Patriots: OG Cole Strang (Chattanooga)

30. Chiefs: DE George Karlaftis (Purdue)

31. Bengals: S Daxton Hill (Michigan)

32. Vikings: S Lewis Cine (Georgia)

Rounds 2/3 are set to begin at 7 p.m. ET on Friday

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That's a wrap!: Vikings select Georgia safety Lewis Cine No. 32 overall to conclude first round

The Minnesota Vikings have selected Georgia safety Lewis Cine with the final pick in the first round of the 2022 NFL Draft.

Cine, the No. 32 overall selection, totaled 73 tackles, 9 pass breakups and one interception in 2021 with Georgia.

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Bengals grab Michigan safety Daxton hill with No. 31 overall pick

The Cincinnati Bengals have selected Michigan safety Daxton Hill with the No. 31 overall pick.

Hill totaled 149 tackles, and four interceptions over three seasons with the Wolverines.

He was the second Michigan player drafted in the first round after defensive end Aiden Hutchinson was taken by the Detroit Lions No. 2 overall.

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Chiefs grab Purdue defensive lineman George Karlaftis with No. 30 overall pick

The Kansas City Chiefs have selected Purdue defensive lineman George Karlaftis with their No. 30 overall pick.

Originally from Greece, Karlaftis didn't move to the U.S. until eight years ago.

"I haven't been playing this game for very long," he said. "I feel like my best football is ahead of me."

Karlaftis earned 14 sacks during his college career with Purdue.

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Patriots select lineman Cole Strange with No. 29 overall pick

The New England Patriots have selected Chattanooga lineman Cole Strange with their No. 29 overall pick.

The Patriots made the move after trading down in the first round earlier on Thursday.

Strange hopes to provide some protection for quarterback Mac Jones.

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Packers go defense again, select Georgia defensive tackle Devonte Wyatt No. 28 overall

The Green Bay Packers have selected Georgia defensive tackle Devonte Wyatt with their No. 28 overall pick.

The Packers decided to go defense again after a handful of wide receivers were already picked earlier this evening.

Wyatt joins his fellow Georgia teammate Quay Walker, who the team selected No. 22 overall on Thursday.

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Jags trade back into first round, select Utah linebacker Devin Lloyd No. 27 overall

The Jacksonville Jaguars have traded back into the first round, selecting Utah linebacker Devin Lloyd with the No. 27 overall pick.

A fired up Lloyd was seen lifting up Roger Goodell on the stage.

"I'm just ready to ... win a Super Bowl," he said. "Duval, lets turn it up."

The Jags continue to sure up their defense. The team selected Georgia lineman Travon Walker with the No. 1 overall pick.

The Jaguars traded their No. 33, No. 106 and No. 180 selections to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers for the No. 27 pick.

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Jets trade back into first round, select Florida State lineman Jermaine Johnson II

The New York Jets have traded back into the first round, selecting Florida State lineman Jermaine Johnson II No. 26 overall.

It was the Jets third pick in the first round on Thursday.

They previously selected Cincinnati cornerback Ahmad "Sauce" Gardner and Ohio State wide receiver Garrett Wilson.

"I'm so glad the Jets came and got me," Johnson said. "We'll wreak havoc."

The Jets made the pick after trading with the Tennessee Titans.

The Titans received the No. 35, No. 69 and No. 163 overall pick. The Jets received the No. 26, and No. 101 overall picks.

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Ravens use their second pick in first round to grab lineman Tyler Linderbaum

The Baltimore Ravens have selected Iowa center Tyler Linderbaum with the No. 25 overall pick in the draft.

It was the Ravens second selection in the first round. The team previously grabbed Notre Dame safety Kyle Hamilton No. 14 overall.

Linderbaum started 35 or 39 career games at Iowa.

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Cowboys grab Tyler Smith with No. 24 overall pick

The Dallas Cowboys have selected Tulsa offensive tackle Tyler Smith with their No. 24 overall pick.

The move comes roughly a decade after they drafted another Smith, Tyron Smith, with their No. 9 overall selection in the 2011 NFL Draft.

The Cowboys hope Tyler Smith will protect quarterback Dak Prescott for years to come.

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Bills trade up with Ravens, select cornerback Kaiir Elam No. 23 overall

The Buffalo Bill have selected Florida cornerback Kaiir Elam with their No. 23 overall pick in the draft.

The Bills selected Elam after trading their No. 25 and No. 130 overall selections to the Ravens, in exchange for the No. 23 overall pick.

Elam totaled 39 tackles, 11 pass break ups and 2 interceptions in 2020 with the Gators.

The team made the move with Tre'Davious White recovering from ACL injury.

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Packers grab linebacker Quay Walker No. 22 overall

The Green Bay Packers have selected linebacker Quay Walker No. 22 overall in the draft.

Walker, a ferocious hitter at Georgia, totaled 137 tackles during his college career that ended with a National Championship.

The Packers decided against grabbing an offensive weapon for quarterback Aaron Rodgers in the first round.

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Chiefs select cornerback Trent McDuffie No. 21 overall following trade with Patriots

The Kansas City Chiefs have selected cornerback Trent McDuffie No. 21 overall following a trade with the Patriots.

The Washington cornerback totaled 94 tackles, 8 pass breakups and 2 interceptions during his college career.

McDuffie is the third cornerback taken in the first round thus far.

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Quarterback finally off the board!: Kenny Pickett selected No. 20 by Steelers

The Pittsburgh Steelers have selected quarterback Kenny Pickett with the No. 20 overall pick in the draft.

Pickett threw for 12,202 yards and 81 touchdowns in his career at Pittsburgh.

He won't have to go far, as he hopes to replace Ben Roethlisberger, who announced his retirement from the NFL earlier this year.

Pickett was the first quarterback selected in the draft so far.

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Saints go offense again with second pick in first round; grab tackle Trevor Penning

The New Orleans Saints went offensive again with their second pick in the first round on Thursday.

The Saints selected 6-foot-7 Northern Iowa offensive tackle Trevor Penning No. 19 overall.

The team previously took Ohio State wideout Chris Olave No. 11 overall following a trade with Washington.

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Another big trade!: Eagles trade for Titans Pro Bowl wideout A.J. Brown

The Philadelphia Eagles have traded their No.18 and No. 101 overall picks in the draft to the Tennessee Titans in exchange for Pro Bowl wide receiver A.J. Brown.

Following the trade, the Titans grabbed Arkansas wide receiver Treylon Burks with their newly acquired No. 18 overall selection.

Burks drew comparisons to Brown during the broadcast. He is a new target for quarterback Ryan Tannehill.

Six wide receivers have now gone in the first round so far.

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Los Angeles Chargers grab lineman Zion Johnson No. 17 overall

The Los Angeles Chargers have selected Boston College lineman Zion Johnson No. 17 overall.

The move will hopefully give the team additional protection for quarterback Justin Herbert.

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Washington Commanders grab wide receiver Jahan Dotson No. 16 overall

The Washington Commanders have selected Penn State wide receiver Jahan Dotson No. 16 overall.

Dotson earned 2,757 receiving yards in four seasons with the Nittany Lions.

He is the fifth wideout selected in the first round so far.

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Houston Texans select Texas A&M lineman Kenyon Green with No. 15 overall pick

The Houston Texans have selected Texas A&M lineman Kenyon Green with the No. 15 overall pick.

It was the first time the Texans drafted a guard in the 1st round.

Houston previously selected LSU cornerback Derek Stingley Jr. No. 3 overall.

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Trade alert: Cardinals acquire Marquise Brown from Ravens

The Arizona Cardinals have acquired Marquise Brown in a trade with the Baltimore Ravens.

The Cardinals got Brown and Baltimore's No. 100 overall pick in exchange for their No. 23 overall pick, the team announced.

Brown earned 1,008 receiving yards and six touchdowns last season with the Ravens.

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Baltimore Ravens grab safety Kyle Hamilton No. 14 overall

The Baltimore Ravens have selected Notre Dame safety Kyle Hamilton No. 14 overall.

Considered one of the top 5 players in the draft, Hamilton fell a bit from where he was projected to go before Baltimore picked him up.

"It's crazy it doesn't sound real," Hamilton said. "I just hope to keep the tradition going, they already have a great team."

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Dwayne Haskins honored at NFL Draft with moment of silence

The NFL Draft started with a moment of silence for Dwayne Haskins Thursday night, just weeks after the Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback was killed after being struck on a Florida highway. 

Haskins, who would have turned 25 Tuesday, was attempting to cross the westbound lanes of Interstate 595 on foot when he was hit by a dump truck around 6:37 a.m. April 9, according to the Florida Highway Patrol. 

He was pronounced dead on the highway.

For more on this story: Dwayne Haskins honored at NFL Draft with moment of silence

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Three trades in a row!: Eagles select DT Jordan Davis No. 13 overall

The Philadelphia Eagles have selected Georgia defensive tackle Jordan Davis No. 13 overall following a trade with the Houston Texans.

The Eagles received the No. 13 overall pick, while the Texans got the No. 15, No. 124, No. 162, and No. 166 overall picks.

It marks three trades in a row, and ends a run on offensive players.

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Lions trade up in first round, grab Alabama wide receiver Jameson Williams No. 12 overall

The Detroit Lions have selected Jameson Williams No. 12 overall after trading up in the first round with the Minnesota Vikings.

Jameson was a speedy wideout at Alabama, and is coming of an ACL injury.

"I should be back soon," he said of his injury.

The selection comes as wide receivers went over the board at No. 8, No. 10, No. 11 and No. 12 overall.

The Lions reportedly traded their No. 32, No. 34, and No. 66 picks, for the Vikings No. 12 and No. 46 overall selections.

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Saints grab Ohio State wideout Chris Olave No. 11 overall following trade with Washington

The New Orleans Saints opted to select Ohio State wide receiver Chris Olave No. 11 overall after trading up in the draft.

The pick was made following a trade with the Washington Commanders.

"I respect them for taking that chance on me," Olave said.

It means two Buckeye wide receivers were taken in the first 11 picks of the draft. Garrett Wilson was taken by the Jets No. 10 overall.

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Jets take Ohio State wide receiver Garrett Wilson No. 10 overall; No quarterbacks selected in top 10

The New York Jets used their second pick in the first round to select Ohio State wide receiver Garrett Wilson No. 10 overall.

The selection means no quarterback was taken in the first 10 picks of the draft.

Wilson is a 2nd-team AP All-American with the Buckeyes. He had 12 receiving touchdowns in 2021.

"I'm happy that the New York Jets took a chance on me," Wilson said. "Really excited to get to the Big Apple for sure."

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Seahawks select Mississippi State offensive tackle Charles Cross No. 9 overall

The Seattle Seahawks have selected Mississippi State offensive tackle Charles Cross No. 9 overall in the draft.

Seattle opted to select Cross over other quarterbacks in the draft.

The team earned the pick from trading quarterback Russell Wilson to the Denver Broncos.

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Atlanta Falcons grab USC widout Drake London No. 8 overall

The Atlanta Falcons have selected USC wide receiver Drake London No. 8 overall in the 2022 NFL Draft.

London is the first wide receiver taken during the draft so far.

"I'm just speechless," he said.

When asked how he felt about playing with tight end Kyle Pitts, London suggested, "It's twin towers."

The moves comes as Julio Jones is no longer with the team and Calvin Ridley was suspended suspended indefinitely through the 2022 season for betting on NFL games.

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Giants use their second pick in first round to select Alabama standout Evan Neal

The New York Giants selected Alabama offensive tackle Evan Neal with the No. 7 overall selection in the draft -- their second time picking in the top 10 on Thursday.

The Giants previously took Oregon pass rusher Kayvon Thibodeaux No. 5 overall.

Standing at 6-foot-7, Neal will be paired with Georgia offensive tackle Andrew Thomas, who the Giants took No.4 overall in 2020.

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Panthers grab offensive tackle Ikem Ekwonu No. 6 overall

The Carolina Panthers selected offensive tackle Ikem Ekwonu with the sixth overall pick in the draft.

The team opted to take the N.C. State mauler over other quarterbacks in the draft.

Ekwonu, who says he grew up as a Panthers fan, now gets to stay in North Carolina.

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New York Giants take Oregon pass rusher Kayvon Thibodeaux No. 5 overall in draft

The New York Giants selected Oregon defensive end Kayvon Thibodeaux with the fifth overall selection in the draft.

Giants hope the selection of Thibodeaux will bolster a pass rush that earned 34 sacks in 2021.

"It was just a blessing," Thibodeaux said on the draft stage. "Just to be part of an organization like this is ridiculous."

The pick was announced by Sam Prince, a Make-A-Wish kid.

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New York Jets select Cincinnati cornerback Ahmad 'Sauce' Gardner with No. 4 overall selection

The New York Jets have selected Cincinnati cornerback Ahmad "Sauce" Gardner with the No. 4 overall pick.

Gardner finished his final season with the Bearcats with 40 tackles, three interceptions, and four pass breakups, earning AAC Defensive Player of the Year accolades. 

The pick comes after the Houston Texans selected cornerback Derek Stingley Jr. No. 3 overall.

"I'm extremely blessed," Gardner said. "You can't have too much sauce."

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Derek Stingley Jr. goes No. 3 overall to Houston Texans

Derek Stingley Jr. has been selected No. 3 overall by the Houston Texans.

The Texans opted to take the Stingley Jr. over fellow cornerback Ahmad "Sauce" Gardner and other quarterbacks in the draft.

Stingley Jr. was a standout at LSU.

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Detroit Lions select Aiden Hutchinson No. 2 overall, keeping him in Michigan

The Detroit Lions selected hometown defensive end Aiden Hutchinson No. 2 overall in the 2022 NFL Draft.

After the Jacksonville Jaguars opted to select Travon Walker with the top overall pick, the Lions wasted no time in selecting Hutchinson, a standout from Michigan.

"I'm happy I get to go back to Detroit," Hutchinson said. "I'm fired up."

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Jacksonville Jaguars select Travon Walker No. 1 overall

The Jacksonville Jaguars ended all speculation on Thursday night when they picked defensive lineman Travon Walker from Georgia

It’s the second year in a row the Jaguars have made the first selection in the draft. The team picked quarterback Trevor Lawrence last year.

For more on this story: NFL Draft 2022: Jaguars select defensive lineman Travon Walker

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The Jacksonville Jaguars are officially on the clock

The Jacksonville Jaguars are officially on the clock, with the team set to pick No. 1 overall for the second straight year.

Unlike last year with Trevor Lawrence, it is unclear who will hear their named called first by NFL commissioner Roger Goodell on Thursday.

As usual, Goodell was showered with boos as he took the stage and introduced former and current Raiders in Las Vegas.

It's only minutes until the world finds out.

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NFL honors Dwayne Haskins with moment of silence before start of draft

There was a moment of silence in memory of late NFL quarterback Dwayne Haskins prior to the start of the 2022 NFL Draft.

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2022 NFL Draft kicks off in 30 minutes

It's the final countdown in Las Vegas.

The draft kicks off in just 30 minutes as many top prospects hope to start their NFL careers.

But unlike last year with Trevor Lawrence, it is unclear who will hear their named called first by NFL commissioner Roger Goodell on Thursday.

The draft is set to begin at 8 p.m. ET. The Jacksonville Jaguars have the No.1 overall pick for the second straight year.

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Trey Wingo on NFL Draft's Las Vegas debut, marathon ESPN broadcast, uncertainty around No. 1 pick

The NFL Draft will be held in Las Vegas for the first time as the league has come to fully embrace sports gambling and all the dollars and cents that have come with it.

Caesars Entertainment, the official casino sponsor of the NFL, will be hosting the draft. The NFL Draft Theater and NFL Draft Experience will be adjacent to the Caesars Forum and behind the High Roller, which towers over The Linq and the rest of the Las Vegas Strip.

Trey Wingo, Caesars’ chief trends officer and former ESPN broadcaster, told Fox News Digital in a recent interview that having the draft in the entertainment capital of the world made the most sense to him.

For more on this story: Trey Wingo on NFL Draft's Las Vegas debut, marathon ESPN broadcast, uncertainty around No. 1 pick

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The red carpet is now closed, with all eyes on draft

The red carpet portion of the 2022 draft festivities in Las Vegas on Thursday is now closed.

All eyes are on the draft, which kicks off at 8 p.m. ET. The Jacksonville Jaguars are set to pick first.

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Osmond playfully jabs Michael Irvin over dancing skills during draft festivities

Singer Donny Osmond took a shot at former NFL wide receiver Michael Irvin's dancing skills Thursday during the festivities at the 2022 NFL Draft.

Both appeared on ABC's "Dancing with the Stars."

“I kicked his butt!” Osmond said during the broadcast.

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Singer Donny Osmond makes appearance at red carpet

Singer Donny Osmond made an appearance at red carpet in Las Vegas on Thursday.

Osmond is picking for the New England Patriots in the draft.

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Drake London spotted wearing "DL" chain at the carpet

Drake London was spotted wearing a "DL" chain at the carpet in Las Vegas.

London, who played college ball at USC, is seen as one of the top wide receiver prospects in the draft.

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Malik Willis walks red carpet wearing fashionable black suit

Quarterback Malik Willis was seen walking the red carpet wearing a fashionable black suit.

The prospect, out of Liberty, will likely go in the first round.

But experts suggest the draft is a weak one for teams looking to grab a quarterback.

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Nakobe Dean walks the red carpet wearing suit, orange hat

Nakobe Dean was seen walking the red carpet wearing a suit and orange hat.

The hard hitting linebacker, out of Georgia, is likely going in the first round.

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Charles Cross all smiles at red carpet

Charles Cross was all smiles at the red carpet on Thursday.

The Mississippi State tackle told Fox News Digital he's "excited" for the next step of his journey.

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Jermaine Johnson II, of Florida State, looking fly in his suit

Jermaine Johnson II was captured looking fly in his suit at the red carpet in Las Vegas.

Johnson, a defensive end out of Florida State, hopes to hear his name called in the first round on Thursday

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Purdue defensive end George Karlaftis says he's ready to get started

Speaking at the red carpet on Thursday, George Karlaftis says he's ready to get started.

Karlaftis, a defensive end from Purdue, is a projected first-round pick.

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Potential first-round draft pick Evan Neal feeling good at red carpet

Potential first-round draft pick Evan Neal arrived at the red carpet on Thursday.

He said he feels good about the upcoming NFL Draft.

The Alabama standout tackle is seen as a potential top pick.

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Ikem Ekwonu arrives at the NFL Draft red carpet in style

N.C. State offensive tackle Ikem Ekwonu was seen arriving at the NFL Draft red carpet in style on Thursday.

Ekwonu, a projected top 10 pick, is one of the top tackles in this draft class.

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NFL Draft 2022: Ex-coach June Jones breaks down QB class, reveals who he likes the most

Former NFL coach June Jones was spot on last year when he predicted Mac Jones would have immense success in his rookie season. He would lead the New England Patriots to a playoff appearance.

Jones, the former head coach of the Atlanta Falcons and interim coach of the San Diego Chargers, told Fox News Digital in a recent interview he thinks most of the quarterbacks in this year’s class are "wait-and-see" type players. He said out of everyone, Pittsburgh’s Kenny Pickett was the one he liked the most.

"I think they’re all gonna be wait-and-see guys. I do think (Kenny Pickett) if he goes to the right team, I think he possibly could be (a starter)," Jones said. "I’m not high on (Sam Howell) from North Carolina. But Pickett I think has enough throwing ability and has been in a passing offense. … I think he may be able to jump up in there and get a chance anyway to play early."

For more on this story: NFL Draft 2022: Ex-coach June Jones breaks down QB class, reveals who he likes the most

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NFL Draft red carpet gets camera ready

The 2022 NFL Draft red carpet gets started at 4:45 p.m. ET. 

A handful of prospects who will be in Las Vegas are expected to attend.

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Ahmad 'Sauce' Gardner wears custom 'Sauce' bottle chain at 2022 NFL Draft

Former Cincinnati cornerback Ahmad "Sauce" Gardner is projected as a potential top five pick.

At the NFL Draft in Vegas on Thursday, he was seen wearing impressive jewelry, which included his nickname and a custom "Sauce" bottle chain.

The NFL Draft kicks off at 8 p.m. ET.

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Matthew Stafford's NFL Draft advice to Aidan Hutchinson

Aidan Hutchinson will hear his name called in Las Vegas at the NFL Draft on Thursday night and it’s only a matter of how much time he’ll have to wait for that to happen.

Hutchinson and Super Bowl-winning quarterback and former No. 1 overall draft pick Matthew Stafford were at Courtyard by Marriott’s "Bistro & Banter" event inside the Library at Marquee at the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas, the Autograph Collection on Wednesday night hours before the Jacksonville Jaguars were set to go on the clock.

The Los Angeles Rams star told Fox News Digital afterward he wasn’t worried about Hutchinson going through the draft process but wanted him to savor the moment.

For more on this story: Matthew Stafford's NFL Draft advice to Aidan Hutchinson: 'Just enjoy it'

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Devin Lloyd on what's driving him

Former Utah Utes standout Devin Lloyd went from helping lead his team to a Pac-12 title to becoming one of the top linebackers to enter the 2022 NFL Draft.

In case you missed it, Lloyd talked to Fox News Digital ahead of the NFL Draft. He described the pre-draft process as a "rollercoaster," from training for the combine to Zoom meetings with different teams within just a few weeks of finishing his collegiate career.

For more on this story: Top NFL Draft prospect channels family military values ahead of bright career: 'It shaped me into who I am'

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Las Vegas welcomes the NFL Draft

For the first time in league history, the NFL Draft is taking place in Las Vegas.

The NFL Draft Theater is located adjacent to the Caesars Forum and behind the gigantic High Roller on The Linq Promenade.

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Live Coverage begins here