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2020 NFL Draft
General information
Date(s)April 23–25, 2020
Time8:00 PM ET
LocationParadise, Nevada
Network(s)ESPN, ESPN2, NFL Network, ABC
Overview
255 total selections in 7 rounds
LeagueNFL
First selectionCincinnati Bengals
Most selections (14)Miami Dolphins
Fewest selections (5)New Orleans Saints and Kansas City Chiefs
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The 2020 NFL Draft will be the 85th annual meeting of National Football League (NFL) franchises to select newly eligible players. The draft is scheduled to be held from April 23–25, 2020. It was originally meant to be held live in Paradise, Nevada, but all public related events to it were cancelled due to the 2019–20 coronavirus pandemic. Instead, all team selections will take place virtually via phone and internet. The Cincinnati Bengals have the first overall pick in the draft, their first time doing so since the 2003 NFL Draft.

Host city bid process

The host city for this draft was chosen among finalists Denver, Kansas City, Las Vegas, Nashville, and Cleveland/Canton in May 2018 during the NFL Spring League Meeting,[1] when Nashville was chosen to host the 2019 draft. However, the host city for 2020 was deferred. After Denver withdrew, citing scheduling conflicts,[2] Las Vegas was chosen as the host on December 12, 2018, coinciding with the Las Vegas Raiders' arrival in the city.[3] Plans were announced for a main stage near the Caesars Forum convention center, and a "red carpet" stage for arrivals on a floating platform in front of the Bellagio's fountain—with players being transported to and from the stage by boat.[4]

Due to the ongoing 2020 coronavirus pandemic, the NFL announced on March 16 that it had cancelled the public festivities, and that the league would explore innovative options on how to proceed.[5] The league further announced that they were cancelling every draft-related public event in Las Vegas, and that the draft would be held virtually with team coaches and GMs conducting it via phone and internet from home due to team facilities also being closed.[6][7]

Player selections

* = compensatory selection = Pro Bowler [N 1]
Positions key
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        
Rnd. Pick # NFL team Player Pos. College Conf. Notes
1 1 Cincinnati Bengals        
1 2 Washington Redskins        
1 3 Detroit Lions        
1 4 New York Giants        
1 5 Miami Dolphins        
1 6 Los Angeles Chargers        
1 7 Carolina Panthers        
1 8 Arizona Cardinals        
1 9 Jacksonville Jaguars        
1 10 Cleveland Browns        
1 11 New York Jets        
1 12 Las Vegas Raiders        
1 13 San Francisco 49ers         from Indianapolis [R1 - 1]
1 14 Tampa Bay Buccaneers        
1 15 Denver Broncos        
1 16 Atlanta Falcons        
1 17 Dallas Cowboys        
1 18 Miami Dolphins         from Pittsburgh [R1 - 2]
1 19 Las Vegas Raiders         from Chicago [R1 - 3]
1 20 Jacksonville Jaguars         from L.A. Rams [R1 - 4]
1 21 Philadelphia Eagles        
1 22 Minnesota Vikings         from Buffalo [R1 - 5]
1 23 New England Patriots        
1 24 New Orleans Saints        
1 25 Minnesota Vikings        
1 26 Miami Dolphins         from Houston [R1 - 6]
1 27 Seattle Seahawks        
1 28 Baltimore Ravens        
1 29 Tennessee Titans        
1 30 Green Bay Packers        
1 31 San Francisco 49ers        
1 32 Kansas City Chiefs        
2 33 Cincinnati Bengals        
2 34 Indianapolis Colts         from Washington [R2 - 1]
2 35 Detroit Lions        
2 36 New York Giants        
2 37 Los Angeles Chargers        
2 38 Carolina Panthers        
2 39 Miami Dolphins        
2 40 Houston Texans         from Arizona [R2 - 2]
2 41 Cleveland Browns        
2 42 Jacksonville Jaguars        
2 43 Chicago Bears         from Las Vegas (as Oakland) [R2 - 3]
2 44 Indianapolis Colts        
2 45 Tampa Bay Buccaneers        
2 46 Denver Broncos        
2 47 Atlanta Falcons        
2 48 New York Jets        
2 49 Pittsburgh Steelers        
2 50 Chicago Bears        
2 51 Dallas Cowboys        
2 52 Los Angeles Rams        
2 53 Philadelphia Eagles        
2 54 Buffalo Bills        
2 55 Baltimore Ravens         from New England via Atlanta [R2 - 4]
2 56 Miami Dolphins         from New Orleans [R2 - 5]
2 57 Houston Texans        
2 58 Minnesota Vikings        
2 59 Seattle Seahawks        
2 60 Baltimore Ravens        
2 61 Tennessee Titans        
2 62 Green Bay Packers        
2 63 Kansas City Chiefs         from San Francisco [R2 - 6]
2 64 Seattle Seahawks         from Kansas City [R2 - 7]
3 65 Cincinnati Bengals        
3 66 Washington Redskins        
3 67 Detroit Lions        
3 68 New York Jets         from N.Y. Giants [R3 - 1]
3 69 Carolina Panthers        
3 70 Miami Dolphins        
3 71 Los Angeles Chargers        
3 72 Arizona Cardinals        
3 73 Jacksonville Jaguars        
3 74 Cleveland Browns        
3 75 Indianapolis Colts        
3 76 Tampa Bay Buccaneers        
3 77 Denver Broncos        
3 78 Atlanta Falcons        
3 79 New York Jets        
3 80 Las Vegas Raiders        
3 81 Las Vegas Raiders         from Chicago [R3 - 2]
3 82 Dallas Cowboys        
3 83 Denver Broncos         from Pittsburgh [R3 - 3]
3 84 Los Angeles Rams        
3 85 Detroit Lions         from Philadelphia [R3 - 4]
3 86 Buffalo Bills        
3 87 New England Patriots        
3 88 New Orleans Saints        
3 89 Minnesota Vikings        
3 90 Houston Texans        
3 91 Las Vegas Raiders         from Seattle via Houston [R3 - 5]
3 92 Baltimore Ravens        
3 93 Tennessee Titans        
3 94 Green Bay Packers        
3 95 Denver Broncos         from San Francisco [R3 - 6]
3 96 Kansas City Chiefs        
3* 97 Cleveland Browns         from Houston [R3 - 7]
3* 98 New England Patriots        
3* 99 New York Giants        
3* 100 New England Patriots        
3* 101 Seattle Seahawks        
3* 102 Pittsburgh Steelers        
3* 103 Philadelphia Eagles        
3* 104 Los Angeles Rams        
3* 105 Minnesota Vikings        
3* 106 Baltimore Ravens        
4 107 Cincinnati Bengals        
4 108 Washington Redskins        
4 109 Detroit Lions        
4 110 New York Giants        
4 111 Arizona Cardinals         from Miami [R4 - 1]
4 112 Los Angeles Chargers        
4 113 Carolina Panthers        
4 114 Arizona Cardinals        
4 115 Cleveland Browns        
4 116 Jacksonville Jaguars        
4 117 Tampa Bay Buccaneers        
4 118 Denver Broncos        
4 119 Atlanta Falcons        
4 120 New York Jets        
4 121 Las Vegas Raiders        
4 122 Indianapolis Colts        
4 123 Dallas Cowboys        
4 124 Pittsburgh Steelers        
4 125 New England Patriots         from Chicago [R4 - 2]
4 126 Los Angeles Rams        
4 127 Philadelphia Eagles        
4 128 Buffalo Bills        
4 129 Baltimore Ravens         from New England [R4 - 3]
4 130 New Orleans Saints        
4 131 Arizona Cardinals         from Houston [R4 - 4]
4 132 Minnesota Vikings        
4 133 Seattle Seahawks        
4 134 Atlanta Falcons         from Baltimore [R4 - 5]
4 135 Pittsburgh Steelers         from Tennessee via Miami [R4 - 6]
4 136 Green Bay Packers        
4 137 Jacksonville Jaguars         from San Francisco via Denver [R4 - 7]
4 138 Kansas City Chiefs        
4* 139 Tampa Bay Buccaneers        
4* 140 Jacksonville Jaguars         from Chicago [R4 - 8]
4* 141 Miami Dolphins        
4* 142 Washington Redskins        
4* 143 Baltimore Ravens        
4* 144 Seattle Seahawks        
4* 145 Philadelphia Eagles        
4* 146 Philadelphia Eagles        
5 147 Cincinnati Bengals        
5 148 Carolina Panthers         from Washington [R5 - 1]
5 149 Detroit Lions        
5 150 New York Giants        
5 151 Los Angeles Chargers        
5 152 Miami Dolphins         previously from Miami via Arizona [R5 - 2]
5 153 Carolina Panthers        
5 153.5 Arizona Cardinals Selection forfeited during the 2019 supplemental draft. [Forfeited 1]
5 154 Miami Dolphins         from Jacksonville via Pittsburgh [R5 - 3]
5 155 Minnesota Vikings         from Cleveland via Buffalo [R5 - 4]
5 156 San Francisco 49ers         from Denver [R5 - 5]
5 157 Jacksonville Jaguars         from Baltimore via Atlanta [R5 - 6]
5 158 New York Jets        
5 159 Las Vegas Raiders        
5 160 Indianapolis Colts        
5 161 Tampa Bay Buccaneers        
5 162 Washington Redskins         from Pittsburgh via Seattle [R5 - 7]
5 163 Chicago Bears        
5 164 Dallas Cowboys        
5 165 Jacksonville Jaguars         from L.A. Rams [R5 - 8]
5 166 Detroit Lions         from Philadelphia [R5 - 9]
5 167 Buffalo Bills        
5 168 Philadelphia Eagles         from New England [R5 - 10]
5 169 New Orleans Saints        
5 170 Baltimore Ravens         from Minnesota [R5 - 11]
5 171 Houston Texans        
5 172 New England Patriots         from Seattle via Detroit [R5 - 12]
5 173 Miami Dolphins         from Baltimore via L.A. Rams [R5 - 13]
5 174 Tennessee Titans        
5 175 Green Bay Packers        
5 176 San Francisco 49ers        
5 177 Kansas City Chiefs        
5* 178 Denver Broncos        
5* 179 Dallas Cowboys        
6 180 Cincinnati Bengals        
6 181 Denver Broncos         from Washington [R6 - 1]
6 182 Detroit Lions        
6 183 New York Giants        
6 184 Carolina Panthers        
6 185 Miami Dolphins        
6 186 Los Angeles Chargers        
6 187 Cleveland Browns         from Arizona [R6 - 2]
6 188 Buffalo Bills         from Cleveland [R6 - 3]
6 189 Jacksonville Jaguars        
6 190 Philadelphia Eagles         from Atlanta [R6 - 4]
6 191 New York Jets        
6 192 Green Bay Packers         from Las Vegas (as Oakland) [R6 - 5]
6 193 Indianapolis Colts        
6 194 Tampa Bay Buccaneers        
6 195 New England Patriots         from Denver [R6 - 6]
6 196 Chicago Bears        
6 197 Indianapolis Colts         from Dallas via Miami [R6 - 7]
6 198 Pittsburgh Steelers        
6 199 Los Angeles Rams        
6 200 Chicago Bears         from Philadelphia [R6 - 8]
6 201 Buffalo Bills        
6 202 Arizona Cardinals         from New England [R6 - 9]
6 203 New Orleans Saints        
6 204 New England Patriots         from Houston [R6 - 10]
6 205 Minnesota Vikings        
6 206 Jacksonville Jaguars         from Seattle [R6 - 11]
6 207 Minnesota Vikings         from Baltimore via New England and Buffalo [R6 - 12]
6 208 Green Bay Packers         from Tennessee [R6 - 13]
6 209 Green Bay Packers        
6 210 San Francisco 49ers        
6 211 New York Jets         from Kansas City [R6 - 14]
6* 212 New England Patriots        
6* 213 New England Patriots        
6* 214 Seattle Seahawks        
7 215 Cincinnati Bengals        
7 216 Washington Redskins        
7 217 San Francisco 49ers         from Detroit [R7 - 1]
7 218 New York Giants        
7 219 Minnesota Vikings         from Miami [R7 - 2]
7 220 Los Angeles Chargers        
7 221 Carolina Panthers        
7 222 Arizona Cardinals        
7 223 Jacksonville Jaguars        
7 224 Tennessee Titans         from Cleveland [R7 - 3]
7 225 Baltimore Ravens         from N.Y. Jets [R7 - 4]
7 226 Chicago Bears         from Las Vegas [R7 - 5]
7 227 Miami Dolphins         from Indianapolis [R7 - 6]
7 228 Atlanta Falcons         from Tampa Bay via Philadelphia [R7 - 7]
7 229 Washington Redskins         from Denver [R7 - 8]
7 230 New England Patriots         from Atlanta [R7 - 9]
7 231 Dallas Cowboys        
7 232 Pittsburgh Steelers        
7 233 Chicago Bears        
7 234 Los Angeles Rams        
7 235 Detroit Lions         from Philadelphia via New England [R7 - 10]
7 236 Green Bay Packers         from Buffalo via Cleveland [R7 - 11]
7 237 Tennessee Titans         from New England via Denver [R7 - 12]
7 238 New York Giants         from New Orleans [R7 - 13]
7 239 Buffalo Bills         from Minnesota [R7 - 14]
7 240 Houston Texans        
7 241 New England Patriots         from Seattle [R7 - 15]
7 242 Green Bay Packers         from Baltimore [R7 - 16]
7 243 Tennessee Titans        
7 244 Cleveland Browns         from Green Bay [R7 - 17]
7 245 San Francisco 49ers        
7 246 Miami Dolphins         from Kansas City [R7 - 18]
7* 247 New York Giants        
7* 248 Houston Texans        
7* 249 Minnesota Vikings        
7* 250 Houston Texans        
7* 251 Miami Dolphins        
7* 252 Denver Broncos        
7* 253 Minnesota Vikings        
7* 254 Denver Broncos        
7* 255 New York Giants        

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 2020 draft.

Round one

  1. ^ No. 13: Indianapolis → San Francisco (PD). Indianapolis traded a first-round selection to San Francisco in exchange for defensive tackle DeForest Buckner.[Trade 1]
  2. ^ No. 18: Pittsburgh → Miami (PD). Pittsburgh traded first- and fifth-round selections and a 2021 sixth-round selection to Miami in exchange for safety Minkah Fitzpatrick and a fourth-round selection.[Trade 2]
  3. ^ No. 19: Chicago → Las Vegas (PD). Chicago traded first- and third-round selections as well as 2019 first- and sixth-round selections to Las Vegas, then based in Oakland, in exchange for outside linebacker Khalil Mack, a second-round selection, and a conditional fifth-round selection,[Trade 3] later converted into a seventh-round selection.
  4. ^ No. 20: L.A. Rams → Jacksonville (PD). The Los Angeles Rams traded their first-round selection as well as 2021 first- and fourth-round selections to Jacksonville in exchange for cornerback Jalen Ramsey.[Trade 4]
  5. ^ No. 22: Buffalo → Minnesota (PD). Buffalo traded first-, fifth-, and sixth-round selections as well as a 2021 fourth-round selection to Minnesota in exchange for wide receiver Stefon Diggs and a seventh-round selection.[Trade 5]
  6. ^ No. 26: Houston → Miami (PD). Houston traded a first-round selection, 2021 first- and second-round selections as well as offensive tackle Julién Davenport and defensive back Johnson Bademosi to Miami in exchange for wide receiver Kenny Stills, offensive tackle Laremy Tunsil, a fourth-round selection, and a 2021 sixth-round selection.[Trade 6]

Round two

  1. ^ No. 34: Washington → Indianapolis (PD). Washington traded a second-round selection and a 2019 second-round selection to Indianapolis in exchange for a 2019 first-round selection.[Trade 7]
  2. ^ No. 40: Arizona → Houston (PD). Arizona traded a second-round selection as well as running back David Johnson and a 2021 fourth-round selection to Houston in exchange for wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins and a fourth-round selection.[Trade 8]
  3. ^ No. 43: Las Vegas → Chicago (PD). See No. 19: Chicago → Las Vegas.[Trade 3]
  4. ^ No. 55: multiple trades.
           New England → Atlanta (PD). New England traded a second-round selection to Atlanta in exchange for wide receiver Mohamed Sanu.[Trade 9]
           Atlanta → Baltimore (PD). Atlanta traded New England's second-round selection and a fifth-round selection to Baltimore in exchange for tight end Hayden Hurst and a fourth-round pick.[Trade 10]
  5. ^ No. 56: New Orleans → Miami (PD). New Orleans traded a second-round selection to Miami in exchange for a 2019 second-round selection.[Trade 7]
  6. ^ No. 63: San Francisco → Kansas City (PD). San Francisco traded a second-round selection to Kansas City in exchange for defensive end/outside linebacker Dee Ford.[Trade 11]
  7. ^ No. 64: Kansas City → Seattle (PD). Kansas City traded a second-round selection, and 2019 first- and third-round selections to Seattle in exchange for a 2019 third-round selection and defensive end Frank Clark.[Trade 12]

Round three

  1. ^ No. 68: N.Y. Giants → N.Y. Jets (PD). The New York Giants traded their third-round selection, and a 2021 fifth-round selection, to the Jets in exchange for defensive end Leonard Williams.[Trade 13]
  2. ^ No. 81: Chicago → Las Vegas (PD). See No. 19: Chicago → Las Vegas.[Trade 3]
  3. ^ No. 83: Pittsburgh → Denver (PD). Pittsburgh traded a third-round selection along with 2019 first- and second-round selections to Denver in exchange for Denver's 2019 first-round selection.[Trade 7]
  4. ^ No. 85: Philadelphia → Detroit (PD). Philadelphia traded third- and fifth-round selections to Detroit in exchange for cornerback Darius Slay.[Trade 14]
  5. ^ No. 91: multiple trades.
           Seattle → Houston (PD). Seattle traded a third-round selection, plus outside linebackers Jacob Martin and Barkevious Mingo to Houston in exchange for defensive end Jadeveon Clowney.[Trade 15]
           Houston → Las Vegas (PD). Houston traded Seattle's third-round selection to Las Vegas, then based in Oakland, in exchange for cornerback Gareon Conley.[Trade 16]
  6. ^ No. 95: San Francisco → Denver (PD). San Francisco traded third- and fourth-round selections to Denver in exchange for wide receiver Emmanuel Sanders and Denver's fifth-round selection.[Trade 17]
  7. ^ No. 97: Houston → Cleveland (PD). Houston traded a third-round selection to Cleveland in exchange for running back Duke Johnson. This was originally a fourth-round pick, but became a third-round pick because Johnson was on Houston's active roster for at least ten games in 2019.[Trade 18]

Round four

  1. ^ No. 111: Miami → Houston (PD). See No. 26: Houston → Miami.[Trade 6]
  2. ^ No. 125: Chicago → New England (PD). Chicago traded a fourth-round selection as well as 2019 third- and fifth-round selections to New England in exchange for New England's 2019 third- and sixth-round selections.[Trade 7]
  3. ^ No. 129: New England → Baltimore (PD). New England traded a fourth-round selection to Baltimore in exchange for offensive lineman Jermaine Eluemunor and a sixth-round selection.[Trade 19]
  4. ^ No. 131: Houston → Arizona (PD). See No. 40: Arizona → Houston.[Trade 8]
  5. ^ No. 134: Baltimore → Atlanta (PD). See No. 55: Atlanta → Baltimore.[Trade 10]
  6. ^ No. 135: multiple trades.
           Tennessee → Miami (PD). Tennessee traded a fourth-round selection as well as a 2019 seventh-round selection to Miami in exchange for a 2019 sixth-round selection and quarterback Ryan Tannehill.[Trade 20]
           Miami → Pittsburgh (PD). See No. 18: Pittsburgh → Miami.[Trade 2]
  7. ^ No. 137: multiple trades.
           San Francisco → Denver (PD). See No. 95: San Francisco → Denver.[Trade 17]
           Denver → Jacksonville (PD). Denver traded San Francisco's fourth-round selection to Jacksonville in exchange for cornerback A. J. Bouye. The trade became official on March 18, the first day of the 2020 league year.[Trade 21]
  8. ^ No. 140: Chicago → Jacksonville (PD). Chicago traded a fourth-round selection to Jacksonville in exchange for quarterback Nick Foles.[Trade 22]

Round five

  1. ^ No. 148: Washington → Carolina (PD). Washington traded a fifth-round selection to Carolina in exchange for quarterback Kyle Allen.[Trade 23]
  2. ^ No. 152: multiple trades.
           Miami → Arizona (PD). Miami traded a fifth-round selection as well as a 2019 second-round selection to Arizona in exchange for quarterback Josh Rosen.[Trade 24]
           Arizona → Miami (PD). Miami regained this selection from Arizona in exchange for running back Kenyan Drake, after 2019 performance thresholds were met.[Trade 25]
  3. ^ No. 154: multiple trades.
           Jacksonville → Pittsburgh (PD). Jacksonville traded a fifth-round selection to Pittsburgh in exchange for quarterback Joshua Dobbs.[Trade 26]
           Pittsburgh → Miami (PD). See No. 18: Pittsburgh → Miami.[Trade 2]
  4. ^ No. 155: multiple trades.
           Cleveland → Buffalo (PD). Cleveland traded fifth- and sixth-round selections to Buffalo in exchange for guard Wyatt Teller and a 2021 seventh-round selection.[Trade 27]
           Buffalo → Minnesota (PD). See No. 22: Buffalo → Minnesota.
  5. ^ No. 156: Denver → San Francisco (PD). See No. 95: San Francisco → Denver.[Trade 17]
  6. ^ No. 157: multiple trades.
           Atlanta → Baltimore (PD). See No. 55: Baltimore → Atlanta.[Trade 10]
           Baltimore → Jacksonville (PD). Baltimore traded Atlanta's fifth-round selection to Jacksonville in exchange for defensive end Calais Campbell.[Trade 28]
  7. ^ No. 162: multiple trades.
           Pittsburgh → Seattle (PD). Pittsburgh traded a fifth-round selection to Seattle in exchange for tight end Nick Vannett.[Trade 29]
           Seattle → Washington (PD). Seattle traded Pittsburgh's fifth-round selection to Washington in exchange for cornerback Quinton Dunbar.[Trade 30]
  8. ^ No. 165: L.A. Rams → Jacksonville (PD). The Los Angeles Rams traded their fifth-round selection as well as their 2019 third-round selection to Jacksonville in exchange for defensive end Dante Fowler.[Trade 31]
  9. ^ No. 166: Philadelphia → Detroit (PD). See No. 85: Philadelphia → Detroit.[Trade 14]
  10. ^ No. 168: New England → Philadelphia (PD). New England traded a fifth-round selection to Philadelphia in exchange for a seventh-round selection and defensive lineman Michael Bennett.[Trade 32]
  11. ^ No. 170: Minnesota → Baltimore (PD). Minnesota traded a fifth-round selection to Baltimore in exchange for placekicker Kaare Vedvik.[Trade 33]
  12. ^ No. 172: multiple trades.
           Seattle → Detroit (PD). Seattle traded a fifth-round selection to Detroit in exchange for safety Quandre Diggs and the Lions' 2021 seventh-round selection.[Trade 34]
           Detroit → New England (PD). Detroit traded Seattle's fifth-round selection to New England in exchange for safety Duron Harmon and a seventh-round selection.[Trade 35]
  13. ^ No. 173: multiple trades.
           Baltimore → L.A. Rams (PD). Baltimore traded a fifth-round selection and linebacker Kenny Young to the Los Angeles Rams in exchange for cornerback Marcus Peters.[Trade 36]
           L.A. Rams → Miami (PD). The Rams traded Baltimore's fifth-round selection and cornerback Aqib Talib to Miami in exchange for a 2022 seventh-round selection.[Trade 37]

Round six

  1. ^ No. 181: Washington → Denver (PD). Washington traded a sixth-round selection to Denver in exchange for a seventh-round selection and quarterback Case Keenum.[Trade 38]
  2. ^ No. 187: Arizona → Cleveland (PD). Arizona traded a sixth-round selection to Cleveland in exchange for cornerback Jamar Taylor.[Trade 39]
  3. ^ No. 188: Cleveland → Buffalo (PD). See No. 155: Cleveland → Buffalo.[Trade 27]
  4. ^ No. 190: Atlanta → Philadelphia (PD). Atlanta traded a sixth-round selection and linebacker Duke Riley to Philadelphia in exchange for safety Johnathan Cyprien and a seventh-round selection.[Trade 40]
  5. ^ No. 192: Las Vegas → Green Bay (PD). Las Vegas, then based in Oakland, traded a sixth-round selection to Green Bay in exchange for wide receiver Trevor Davis.[Trade 41]
  6. ^ No. 195: Denver → New England (PD). Denver traded a sixth-round selection to New England in exchange for cornerback Duke Dawson and a seventh-round selection.[Trade 42]
  7. ^ No. 197: multiple trades.
           Dallas → Miami (PD). Dallas traded a sixth-round selection to Miami in exchange for defensive end Robert Quinn.[Trade 43]
           Miami → Indianapolis (PD). Miami traded Dallas's sixth-round selection to Indianapolis in exchange for a seventh-round conditional selection and center/guard Evan Boehm.[Trade 44]
  8. ^ No. 200: Philadelphia → Chicago (PD). Philadelphia traded a conditional sixth-round selection to Chicago in exchange for running back Jordan Howard. It may be converted into a fifth-round selection if certain conditions are met.[Trade 45]
  9. ^ No. 202: New England → Arizona (PD). New England traded a sixth-round selection to Arizona in exchange for offensive tackle Korey Cunningham.[Trade 46]
  10. ^ No. 204: Houston → New England (PD). Houston traded a sixth-round selection to New England in exchange for cornerback Keion Crossen.[Trade 47]
  11. ^ No. 206: Seattle → Jacksonville (PD). Seattle traded a sixth-round selection to Jacksonville in exchange for a 2019 seventh-round selection.[Trade 7]
  12. ^ No. 207: multiple trades.
           Baltimore → New England (PD). See No. 129: New England → Baltimore.[Trade 19]
           New England → Buffalo (PD). New England traded Baltimore's sixth-round selection to Buffalo in exchange for center Russell Bodine.[Trade 48]
           Buffalo → Minnesota (PD). See No. 22: Buffalo → Minnesota.[Trade 5]
  13. ^ No. 208: Tennessee → Green Bay (PD). Tennessee traded a conditional sixth-round selection to Green Bay in exchange for outside linebacker Reggie Gilbert.[Trade 49]
  14. ^ No. 211: Kansas City → N.Y. Jets (PD). Kansas City traded a sixth-round selection to the New York Jets in exchange for linebacker Darron Lee.[Trade 50]

Round seven

  1. ^ No. 217: Detroit → San Francisco (PD). Detroit traded a conditional seventh-round selection to San Francisco in exchange for linebacker Eli Harold.[Trade 51]
  2. ^ No. 219: Miami → Minnesota (PD). Miami traded a seventh-round selection to Minnesota in exchange for offensive guard Danny Isidora.[Trade 52]
  3. ^ No. 224: Cleveland → Tennessee (PD). Cleveland traded a seventh-round selection to Tennessee in exchange for wide receiver Taywan Taylor.[Trade 53]
  4. ^ No. 225: N.Y. Jets → Baltimore (PD). The New York Jets traded a conditional seventh-round selection to Baltimore in exchange for guard Alex Lewis.[Trade 54]
  5. ^ No. 226: Las Vegas → Chicago (PD). See No. 19: Chicago → Las Vegas.[Trade 3]
  6. ^ No. 227: Indianapolis → Miami (PD). See No. 197: Miami → Indianapolis.[Trade 44]
  7. ^ No. 228: multiple trades.
           Tampa Bay → Philadelphia (PD). Tampa Bay traded a seventh-round selection as well as wide receiver DeSean Jackson to Philadelphia in exchange for Philadelphia's 2019 sixth-round selection.[Trade 55]
           Philadelphia → Atlanta (PD). See No. 190: Atlanta → Philadelphia.[Trade 40]
  8. ^ No. 229: Denver → Washington (PD). See No. 181: Washington → Denver.[Trade 38]
  9. ^ No. 230: Atlanta → New England (PD). Atlanta traded a seventh-round selection to New England in exchange for safety Jordan Richards.[Trade 56]
  10. ^ No. 235: multiple trades.
           Philadelphia → New England (PD). See No. 168: New England → Philadelphia.[Trade 32]
           New England → Detroit (PD). See No. 172: Detroit → England.[Trade 35]
  11. ^ No. 236: multiple trades.
           Buffalo → Cleveland (PD). Buffalo traded a seventh-round selection to Cleveland in exchange for wide receiver Corey Coleman.[Trade 57]
           Cleveland → Green Bay (PD). Cleveland traded seventh-round selections with Green Bay in exchange for guard and tackle Justin McCray.[Trade 58]
  12. ^ No. 237: multiple trades.
           New England → Denver (PD). See No. 195: Denver → New England.[Trade 42]
           Denver → Tennessee (PD). Denver traded New England's seventh-round selection to Tennessee in exchange for defensive end Jurrell Casey.[Trade 59]
  13. ^ No. 238: New Orleans → N.Y. Giants (PD). New Orleans traded a seventh-round selection as well as a 2019 fourth-round selection to the New York Giants in exchange for cornerback Eli Apple.[Trade 60]
  14. ^ No. 239: Minnesota → Buffalo. See No. 22: Buffalo → Minnesota.[Trade 5]
  15. ^ No. 241: Seattle → New England (PD). Seattle traded a seventh-round selection to New England in exchange for Jacob Hollister.[Trade 7]
  16. ^ No. 242: Baltimore → Green Bay (PD). Baltimore traded a seventh-round selection to Green Bay in exchange for running back Ty Montgomery.[Trade 61]
  17. ^ No. 244: Green Bay → Cleveland (PD). See No. 236: Cleveland → Green Bay.[Trade 58]
  18. ^ No. 246: Kansas City → Miami (PD). Kansas City traded a seventh-round selection to Miami in exchange for safety Jordan Lucas.[Trade 62]

Forfeited pick

  1. ^ Arizona forfeited a fifth-round pick after selecting Jalen Thompson in the 2019 supplemental draft.[8]

Notes

  1. ^ Players are identified as Pro Bowlers if they were selected for the Pro Bowl at any time in their career.

References

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General references

  1. ^ "Finalists to host 2019, 2020 NFL Draft announced". NFL.com. National Football League. February 15, 2018.
  2. ^ "These three cities won't have to wait long to host the NFL draft". Yahoo! Sports. May 30, 2018.
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