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Old 02-03-2008, 11:53 PM   #1
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Round One
1 Miami Dolphins -- The Dave: Chris Long, DE, Virginia
2 Detroit Lions -- Florida Bronco: Glen Dorsey, DT, LSU
3 Atlanta Falcons -- Arkansas Bronco: Darren McFadden, RB, Arkansas
4 Oakland Raiders -- Springstein: Vernon Gholston, DE, Ohio State
5 Kansas City Chiefs -- Blitzingdog: Jake Long, OT, Michigan
6 New York Jets -- Rohirrim: Sedrick Ellis, DT, USC
7 Baltimore Ravens -- JCMElway: Matt Ryan, QB, Boston College
8 N.E. Patriots--Rugbythug: Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie, CB Tenn State
9 Cincinnati Bengals -- Arkie: Derrick Harvey, DE, Florida
10 New Orleans Saints -- Expatfan: Keith Rivers, LB, USC
11 Buffalo Bills -- ICON: Malcolm Kelly, WR, Oklahoma
12 Denver Broncos -- Eddie Mac: Ryan Clady, OT, Boise State
13 Carolina Panthers -- Bronco LB 52: Jeff Otah, OT, Pitt
14 Chicago Bears -- Lex: Chris Williams, OT, Vandy
15 St. Louis Rams-- 24ChampBailey: Kenny Phillips, S, Miami
16 Arizona Cardinals -- Killericon: Leodis McKelvin, CB, Troy
17 Minnesota Vikings -- AyJackson: Philip Merling, DE, Clemson
18 Houston Texans -- Traveler: Rashard Mendenhall, RB, Illinois
19 Philadelphia Eagles -- Dedhed: Limas Sweed, WR, Texas
20 Tampa Bay Bucs -- NFLBRONCO: Desean Jackson, WR, California
21 Washington Redskins -- AZBroncfan: Calais Campbell, DE, Miami
22 Dallas Cowboys -- Drek: Mike Jenkins, CB, UCF
23 Pittsburgh Steelers -- DBroncos4life: Brandon Albert, G, Virginia
24 Seattle Seahawks -- Wabronco: Jonathan Stewart, RB, Oregon
25 Atlanta Falcons -- Ark Bronco: Brian Brohm, QB, Louisville
26 Jacksonville Jaguars -- Hawk's Boys: Quinten Groves, DE, Auburn
27 San Diego Chargers -- IFMPW: Gosder Cherilus, OT, B.C.
28 Dallas Cowboys -- Drek: Kentwan Balmer, DL, N.C.
29 San Francisco 49ers -- brncs fan: James Hardy, WR, Indiana
30 Green Bay Packers -- Requiem: Aqib Talib, CB, Kansas
31 New York Giants -- SouthStndJunkie: Tracy Porter, CB, Indiana

Round Two
32 Miami Dolphins -- Sam Baker, OT, USC
33 St. Louis Rams -- Dan Connor, LB, Penn State
34 Oakland Raiders -- Devin Thomas, WR, Michigan State
35 Kansas City Chiefs -- Trevor Laws, DT, Notre Dame
36 New York Jets -- Ali Highsmith, LB, LSU
37 New Orleans (Falcons, Titans) -- Antoine Cason, CB, Arizona
38 New England (Ravens) -- Cliford Avril, DE, Purdue
39 Minnesota Vikings -- Reggie Smith, DB, Oklahoma
40 Tennessee Titans (New Orleans) -- Pat Sims, DT, Auburn
41 Buffalo Bills -- Jerod Mayo, LB, Tennessee
42 Buffalo Bills -- Dre Moore, DT, Maryland
43 Carolina Panthers -- Beau Bell, LB, UNLV
44 Chicago Bears -- Jamaal Charles, RB, Texas
45 Detroit Lions -- Carl Nicks, OT, Nebraska
46 Cincinnati Bengals -- Fred Davis, TE, USC
47 San Fran 49ers -- Lawrence Jackson, DE, USC
48 Atlanta Falcons -- Red Bryant, DT, Texas A&M
49 Philadelphia Eagles -- Curtis Lofton, LB, Oklahoma
50 Arizona Cardinals -- Chris Johnson, RB, E Carolina
51 Washington Redskins -- DaJuan Morgan, FS, N.C. State
52 Minnesota Vikings -- Anthony Collins, OT, Kansas
53 Pittsburgh Steelers -- Patrick Lee, CB, Auburn
54 Dallas Cowboys (Tennessee) -- Felix Jones, RB, Arkansas
55 Seattle Seahawks -- John Carlson, TE, Notre Dame
56 Cleveland Browns -- Kaylore: Marcus Howard, LB, Georgia
57 Miami Dolphins (via SD) -- Phillip Wheeler, LB, Ga Tech
58 Jacksonville Jaguars -- Chilo Rachal, G, USC
59 Indianapolis Colts -- Roy Schuening, G, Oregon State
60 Green Bay Packers -- Joe Flacco, QB, Delaware
61 Tennessee Titans (Dallas) -- Brandon Flowers, CB, Va. Tech
62 Baltimore Ravens (New England) -- Erin Henderson, LB, Maryland
63 New York Giants -- Mario Manningham, WR, Michigan

Round Three
64 Miami Dolphins -- Early Doucet, WR, LSU
65 St. Louis Rams -- Harry Douglas, WR, Louisville
66 Kansas City Chiefs -- Andre Caldwell, WR, Florida
67 New York Jets -- Lavelle Hawkins, WR, Cal
68 Tennessee Titans (Falcons) -- Dustin Keller, TE, Purdue
69 New England Patriots -- Terrel Thomas, CB, USC
70 San Francisco 49ers -- Duane Brown, OT, Va Tech
71 Denver Broncos -- Mike Pollack, C/G, Arizona State
72 Denver Broncos -- Xavier Adibi, LB, Va Tech
73 Tampa Bay Bucs (Den, Minn) -- Heath Benedict, OT, Newberry
74 Carolina Panthers -- Martellus Bennet, TE, Texas A&M
75 Chicago Bears -- Shawn Crable, LB, Michigan
76 St. Louis Rams (Detroit Lions) -- Earl Bennet, WR, Vandy
77 Cincinnati Bengals -- Marcus Harrison, DT, Arkansas
78 New Orleans Saints -- Frank Okam, DT, Texas
79 Houston Texans -- Josh Barret, S, Arizona State
80 Philadelphia Eagles -- Tony Hills, OT, Texas
81 Arizona Cardinals -- Jason Jones, DE, Eastern Michigan
82 Tampa Bay Bucs (Minn) -- Andre Woodson, QB, Kentucky
83 Tampa Bay Buccaneers -- Ray Rice, RB, Rutgers
84 Washington Redskins -- John Greco, OT, Toledo
85 San Francisco 49ers (Tenn) -- John Sullivan, C, Notre Dame
86 Seattle Seahawks -- DeMario Pressley, DT, NC State
87 Cleveland Browns -- Matt Forte, RB, Tulane
88 Pittsburgh Steelers -- Chris Ellis, DE, Va Tech
89 Jacksonville Jaguars -- Thomas DeCloud, S, Cal
90 Chicago Bears -- Josh Johnson, QB, USD
91 Green Bay Packers -- Jonathan Goff, LB, Vandy
92 Tennessee Titans (Dallas) -- Mike McGlynn, OL, Pitt
93 Indianapolis Colts -- Donnie Avery, WR, Houston
94 New England Patriots -- Jordy Nelson, WR, Kansas State
95 New York Giants -- Tavares Gooden, LB, Miami

Round Four
96 Miami Dolphins -- Tom Zbikowski, S, Notre Dame
97 St. Louis Rams -- Orlando Scandrick, CB, Boise State
98 New York Jets -- Charles Godfrey, DB, Iowa
99 Atlanta Falcons -- Martin Rucker, TE, Mizzou
100 Oakland Raiders -- Kirk Barton, OT, Ohio State
101 Kansas City Chiefs -- Justin King, CB, Penn State
102 Baltimore Ravens -- Barry Richardson, OT, Clemson
103 Tennessee Titans (San Fran) -- Steve Slaton, RB, WVA
104 Denver Broncos -- Ahtyba Rubin, DT, Iowa St
105 Carolina Panthers -- Jerome Simpson, WR, Co. Carolina
106 Chicago Bears -- Eddie Royal, WR, Va Tech
107 Detroit Lions -- Zach Bowman, CB, Nebraska
108 Cincinnati Bengals -- Geno Hayes, LB, Florida State
109 New Orleans Saints -- Tommy Blake, DE, TCU
110 Buffalo Bills -- Peyton Hills, FB, Arkansas
111 Philadelphia Eagles -- Marcellous "Tyrell" Johnson S, Arkansas State
112 Arizona Cardinals -- Kendall Langford, DE, Hampton
113 Tennessee Titans (San Fran) -- Bryan Kehl, LB, BYU
114 Houston Texans -- Jeremey Zuttah, OT, Rutgers.
115 Cleveland Browns (Wash, Den) -- Chevis Jackson, CB, LSU
116 Tampa Bay Buccaneers -- Chad Henne, QB, Michigan
117 Seattle Seahawks -- Jamie Silva, S, Boston College
118 Denver Broncos -- Tashard Choice, RB, Georgia Tech
119 Pittsburgh Steelers -- Donald Thomas, G, UConn
120 Dallas Cowboys (Tenn) -- Dexter Jackson, WR, App State
121 Jacksonville Jaguars -- Kevin Smith, RB, UCF
122 Dallas Cowboys -- Oniel Cousins, OL, UTEP
123 Indianapolis Colts -- Jeremy Thompson, DE, Wake Forest
124 Green Bay Packers -- Wesley Woodyard, S, Kentucky
125 Baltimore Ravens (Patriots) -- Terrance Wheatley, CB, Colorado
126 New York Giants -- Eric Young, G, Tennessee

San Diego 4th rd pick forfeited Supplemental draft 2007

Round Five

127 Kansas City Chiefs -- Chad Rinehart, OL, Northern Iowa
128 St. Louis Rams -- Andre Fluellen, DT, Florida State
129 Atlanta Falcons -- Ezra Butler, LB, Nevada
130 Denver Broncos (Oakland) -- Quintin Demps, S, UTEP
131 Kansas City Chiefs -- Wallace Gilberry, DE, Alabama
132 New York Jets* -- Owen Schmitt, FB, West Virginia
133 San Francisco 49ers -- Bruce Davis, OLB, UCLA
134 Chicago Bears -- Chris McDuffie, OG, Clemson
135 Buffalo Bills -- Brian Johnston, DE, Gardner-Webb
136 St. Louis Rams (Detroit) -- William Robinson, OT, San Diego State
137 Cincinnati Bengals -- Tyvon Branch, CB, UConn
138 Tennessee Titans(N.O.) -- Marcus Monk, WR, Arkansas
139 Buffalo Bills -- Brad Cottam, TE, Tennessee
140 Denver Broncos -- Adarius Bowman, WR, Oklahoma State
141 Arizona Cardinals -- Durant Brooks, P, Ga. Tech
142 Minnesota Vikings -- John David Booty, QB, USC
143 Houston Texans -- Gary Guyton, LB, Ga. Tech
144 Philadelphia Eagles -- Darrel Robertson, DE, Ga. Tech
145 Minnesota Vikings -- Kellen Davis, TE, Michigan State
146 New York Jets (Washington) -- Craig Stelz, S, LSU
147 Philadelphia Eagles (Cleveland) -- Darius Reynaud, WR, West Virginia
148 Pittsburgh Steelers -- Marcus Smith, WR, New Mexico
149 Dallas Cowboys (Tenn) -- Paul Hubbard, WR, Wisconsin
150 Tennessee Titans (Seattle) -- Jordan Dizon, LB Colorado
151 Jacksonville Jaguars -- Letroy Guion, DT, Florida State
152 San Diego Chargers -- Doug Jones, FB, Cincinnati
153 Baltimore Ravens (Indy) -- Mike Hart, RB, Michigan
154 Green Bay Packers -- Drew Radovich, G, USC
155 Dallas Cowboys -- Steve Justice, C, Wake Forest
156 New England Patriots -- Tyler Polumbus, OT, Colorado
157 New York Giants -- Jack Williams, CB, Kent State

Baltimore Ravens forfeit 5th rd pick Supplemental draft 2007

Round Six
158 Miami Dolphins -- Antwaun Molden, CB, Eastern Kentucky
159 St. Louis Rams -- Ryan Torain, RB, Arizona State
160 Oakland Raiders -- Stanford Keglar, LB, Purdue
161 Kansas City Chiefs -- Simion Castille, S, Alabama
162 New York Jets -- William Franklin, WR, Missouri
163 Atlanta Falcons -- Colt Brennan, QB, Hawaii
164 Indianapolis Colts (Baltimore) -- Keenan Burton, WR, Kentuckye
165 San Francisco 49ers -- Adrian Arrington, WR, Michigan
166 Chicago Bears -- Jacob Hester, FB, LSU
167 Detroit Lions -- Chris Harrington, DE, Texas A&M
168 Cincinnati Bengals -- Robert Felton, OG, Arkansas
169 New Orleans Saints -- Corey Lynch, FS, Appalachian State
170 Buffalo Bills -- Rocky Shwartz, S, Houston
171 St Louis Rams (Denver) -- Louis Holmes, DE, Arizona
172 Carolina Panthers -- Dennis Dixon, QB, Oregon
173 Minnesota Vikings -- Jack Ikegwuonu, CB, Wisconsin
174 Houston Texans -- Kenny Iwebema, DE, Iowa
175 Philadelphia Eagles -- Kenneth Moore, DE, Wake Forest
176 Arizona Cardinals -- King Dunlap, OT, Auburn
177 Washington Redskins -- Jameel McClain, LB Syracuse
178 Tampa Bay Buccaneers -- Geoff Schwartz, OT, Oregon
179 Pittsburgh Steelers -- Jeremy Leman, LB, Illinois
180 Seattle Seahawks (Tenn) -- Ben Moffitt, LB, USF
181 Cleveland Browns -- Arman Shields, WR, Richmond
182 Denver Broncos -- Brandon Coutu, K, Georgia
183 San Diego Chargers -- Frank Morton, DT, Tulane
184 Jacksonville Jaguars -- DJ Hall, WR, Alabama
185 Green Bay Packers -- Xavier Omon, RB, NW Missouri State
186 Tennessee Titans (Dallas) -- Kevin O'Connel, QB, SDSU
187 Indianapolis Colts -- Dorien Bryant, WR, Purdue
188 New England Patriots -- Curtis Johnson, DE, Clark Atlanta
189 New York Giants -- Jamar Adams, S, Michigan

Round Seven
190 Miami Dolphins -- Bryan Smith, LB, McNeese St
191 Minnesota Vikings (St. Louis) -- David Roach, S, TCU
192 Kansas City Chiefs -- Dejuan Tribble, CB, Boston college
193 New York Jets -- Matt Flynn, QB, LSU
194 Atlanta Falcons -- Spencer Larsen, LB, Arizona
195 Oakland Raiders -- Nick Hayden, DT, Wisconsin
196 San Francisco 49ers -- Erik Ainge, QB, Tennessee
197 Indianapolis Colts (Baltimore) -- Vince Hall, LB, Va Tech
198 Detroit Lions -- Corey McKeon, LB, Nebraska
199 St Louis Rams (Cincinnati) -- Pedro Sosa, OL, Rutgers
200 New Orleans Saints -- Jermichael Finley, TE, Texas
201 Buffalo Bills -- Ernie Wheelwright, WR, Minnesota
202 Denver Broncos -- Kevin Robinson, WR/KR, Utah State
203 Carolina Panthers -- Jalen Parmele, RB, Toledo
204 Chicago Bears -- Lionel Dotson, DT, Arizona
205 Houston Texans -- Darnell Terrell, CB, Missouri.
206 Philadelphia Eagles -- Thomas Brown, RB, Georgia
207 Arizona Cardinals -- Kerry Brown, G, App. State
208 Minnesota Vikings -- Carl Stewart, FB Auburn
209 Denver Broncos (Tampa) -- Mike Dragosovich, P, N. Dakota State
210 Washington Redskins -- Thomas Williams, LB, USC
211 Tennessee Titans -- David Vobora, SS, Idaho
212 Seattle Seahawks -- Johnny Dingle, DE, West Virginia
213 Cleveland Browns -- Kory Lichtensteiger, C, Bowling Green
214 Atlanta Falcons (Pitt) -- Brian Witherspoon, CB,
215 Jacksonville Jaguars -- Trae Williams, CB, South Florida
216 San Diego Chargers -- Jonathan Wilhite, CB, Auburn
217 Dallas Cowboys -- Michael Cox, FB, Georgia Tech
218 Baltimore Ravens (Indy) -- Carlton Powell, DT, Virginia Tech
219 Green Bay Packers -- James McClinton, DT, Kansas
220 New England Patriots -- Chauncey Washington, RB, USC
221 Kansas City (NYG) -- DJ Wolfe, S, Oklahoma

TRADES

(a) St. Louis and Detroit.
St. Louis receives # 15, 76, and 136
Detroit receives # 2

(b) New England and Baltimore
New England receives # 8 and 38
Baltimore receives # 7, 62, and 125

(c) Seattle and Tennessee
Tenessee receives #25 and 150
Seattle receives #24 and 180

(d) Atlanta and Tennessee
Atlanta receives # 25
Tennessee receives # 37 and 68

(e) Tennessee and New Orleans
New Orleans receives # 37
Tennessee receives #40 and 138

(f) San Francisco and Minnesota
Minnesota receives # 39
San Fran receives #47 and 113

(g) Denver and Buffalo
Buffal receives #42
Denver receives #71 and 72

(h) Minnesota and Tampa Bay
Minnesota receives #52 and 145
Tampa receives #73 and 82

(i) Dallas and Tennessee
Dallas receives #54, 120, and 149
Tennessee receives #61, 92 and 186

(j) Tennessee and San Fran
San Fran receives #85
Tennessee receives #103 and 113

(k) Denver and Cleveland
Denver receives #118 and 182
Cleveland receives #115

(l) Baltimore and Indianapolis
Baltimore receives #153 and 218
Indy receives #164 and 197

Just a reminder, here are the rules:

--We do all 7 rounds. There will be a 12 hour time limit for each selection.

--If you think you may not be around when your pick comes up, please PM a priority list to myself, Hawk's Boys, and Eddie Mac. We will make sure to get your pick in for you.

--Trades are definetly IN. Trades that both parties agree to just need to get PMed to myself or anyone helping me run the draft, just so we can change the order.

--As far as having more than 32 participate, that's fine. Any owner who would like to have a co-owner can PM them after the original 32 owners are set. Unfortunatley, not everyone will be able to participate. Nature of the Foneco I'm afraid.

-- If owners wanted to trade teams that would be swell. Just let me know.

--After you post your selection, PLEASE POST THE TIME YOU MADE YOUR SELECTION, AND WHAT TIME ZONE YOU ARE IN. That's very important because it helps us know when the next team is on the clock. Also, if you could PM the next GM and tell them that they are on the clock, that's very helpful to myself, Hawk's Boys, and Eddie Mac, just in case we're not around.

--Please leave trade discussions, praise, ridicule, and conversations about your picks in the conversation thread.

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Round One
1 Miami Dolphins -- The Dave
2 St. Louis Rams -- 24champbailey
3 Atlanta Falcons -- Arkansas Bronco
4 Oakland Raiders -- Springstein
5 Kansas City Chiefs -- Blitzingdog
6 New York Jets -- Rohirrim
7 New England Patriots -- Rugbythug
8 Baltimore Ravens -- JCMElway
9 Cincinnati Bengals -- Arkie
10 New Orleans Saints -- Expatfan
11 Buffalo Bills -- ICON
12 Denver Broncos -- Eddie Mac
13 Carolina Panthers -- Bronco LB 52
14 Chicago Bears -- Lex
15 Detroit Lions -- Florida Bronco
16 Arizona Cardinals -- Anubis
17 Minnesota Vikings -- chaz
18 Houston Texans -- Traveler
19 Philadelphia Eagles -- Dedhed
20 Tampa Bay Buccaneers -- NFLBronco
21 Washington Redskins -- AZBroncfan
22 Dallas Cowboys -- Drek
23 Pittsburgh Steelers -- DBroncos4life
24 Tennessee Titans -- bpc
25 Seattle Seahawks -- Wabronco
26 Jacksonville Jaguars -- IFMPW
27 San Diego Chargers -- Hawk's Boys
28 Dallas Cowboys -- Drek
29 San Francisco 49ers -- brncs fan
30 Green Bay Packers -- Requiem
31 New York Giants -- SouthStndJunkie

Round Two
32 Miami Dolphins
33 St. Louis Rams
34 Oakland Raiders
35 Kansas City Chiefs
36 New York Jets
37 Atlanta Falcons
38 Baltimore Ravens
39 San Francisco 49ers
40 New Orleans Saints
41 Buffalo Bills
42 Denver Broncos
43 Carolina Panthers
44 Chicago Bears
45 Detroit Lions
46 Cincinnati Bengals
47 Minnesota Vikings
48 Atlanta Falcons
49 Philadelphia Eagles
50 Arizona Cardinals
51 Washington Redskins
52 Tampa Bay Buccaneers
53 Pittsburgh Steelers
54 Tennessee Titans
55 Seattle Seahawks
56 Cleveland Browns
57 Miami Dolphins (via SD)
58 Jacksonville Jaguars
59 Indianapolis Colts
60 Green Bay Packers
61 Dallas Cowboys
62 New England Patriots
63 New York Giants

Round Three
64 Miami Dolphins
65 St. Louis Rams
66 Kansas City Chiefs
67 New York Jets
68 Atlanta Falcons
69 New England Patriots
70 San Francisco 49ers
71 Buffalo Bills
72 Buffalo Bills
73 Minnesota Vikings (Denver Broncos)
74 Carolina Panthers
75 Chicago Bears
76 Detroit Lions
77 Cincinnati Bengals
78 New Orleans Saints
79 Houston Texans
80 Philadelphia Eagles
81 Arizona Cardinals
82 Minnesota Vikings
83 Tampa Bay Buccaneers
84 Washington Redskins
85 Tennessee Titans
86 Seattle Seahawks
87 Cleveland Browns
88 Pittsburgh Steelers
89 Jacksonville Jaguars
90 Chicago Bears
91 Green Bay Packers
92 Dallas Cowboys
93 Indianapolis Colts
94 New England Patriots
95 New York Giants

Round Four
96 Miami Dolphins
97 St. Louis Rams
98 New York Jets
99 Atlanta Falcons
100 Oakland Raiders
101 Kansas City Chiefs
102 Baltimore Ravens
103 San Francisco 49ers
104 Denver Broncos
105 Carolina Panthers
106 Chicago Bears
107 Detroit Lions
108 Cincinnati Bengals
109 New Orleans Saints
110 Buffalo Bills
111 Philadelphia Eagles
112 Arizona Cardinals
113 Minnesota Vikings
114 Houston Texans
115 Denver Broncos (Washington Redskins)
116 Tampa Bay Buccaneers
117 Seattle Seahawks
118 Cleveland Browns
119 Pittsburgh Steelers
120 Tennessee Titans
121 Jacksonville Jaguars
122 Dallas Cowboys
123 Indianapolis Colts
124 Green Bay Packers
125 New England Patriots
126 New York Giants

San Diego 4th rd pick forfeited Supplemental draft 2007

Round Five
127 Kansas City Chiefs
128 St. Louis Rams
129 Atlanta Falcons
130 Denver Broncos (Oakland Raiders)
131 Kansas City Chiefs
132 New York Jets*
133 San Francisco 49ers
134 Chicago Bears
135 Buffalo Bills
136 Detroit Lions
137 Cincinnati Bengals
138 New Orleans Saints
139 Buffalo Bills
140 Denver Broncos
141 Arizona Cardinals
142 Minnesota Vikings
143 Houston Texans
144 Philadelphia Eagles
145 Tampa Bay Buccaneers
146 New York Jets (Washington Redskins)
147 Philadelphia Eagles (Cleveland Browns)
148 Pittsburgh Steelers
149 Tennessee Titans
150 Seattle Seahawks
151 Jacksonville Jaguars
152 San Diego Chargers
153 Indianapolis Colts
154 Green Bay Packers
155 Dallas Cowboys
156 New England Patriots
157 New York Giants

Baltimore Ravens forfeit 5th rd pick Supplemental draft 2007

Round Six
158 Miami Dolphins
159 St. Louis Rams
160 Oakland Raiders
161 Kansas City Chiefs
162 New York Jets
163 Atlanta Falcons
164 Baltimore Ravens
165 San Francisco 49ers
166 Chicago Bears
167 Detroit Lions
168 Cincinnati Bengals
169 New Orleans Saints
170 Buffalo Bills
171 St Louis Rams (Denver Broncos)
172 Carolina Panthers
173 Minnesota Vikings
174 Houston Texans
175 Philadelphia Eagles
176 Arizona Cardinals
177 Washington Redskins
178 Tampa Bay Buccaneers
179 Pittsburgh Steelers
180 Tennessee Titans
181 Cleveland Browns
182 Cleveland Browns
183 San Diego Chargers
184 Jacksonville Jaguars
185 Green Bay Packers
186 Dallas Cowboys
187 Indianapolis Colts
188 New England Patriots
189 New York Giants

Round Seven
190 Miami Dolphins
191 Minnesota Vikings (St. Louis Rams)
192 Kansas City Chiefs
193 New York Jets
194 Atlanta Falcons
195 Oakland Raiders
196 San Francisco 49ers
197 Baltimore Ravens
198 Detroit Lions
199 St Louis Rams (Cincinnati Bengals)
200 New Orleans Saints
201 Buffalo Bills
202 Denver Broncos
203 Carolina Panthers
204 Chicago Bears
205 Houston Texans
206 Philadelphia Eagles
207 Arizona Cardinals
208 Minnesota Vikings
209 Denver Broncos (Tampa Bay Buccaneers)
210 Washington Redskins
211 Tennessee Titans
212 Seattle Seahawks
213 Cleveland Browns
214 Atlanta Falcons (Pittsburgh Steelers)
215 Jacksonville Jaguars
216 San Diego Chargers
217 Dallas Cowboys
218 Indianapolis Colts
219 Green Bay Packers
220 New England Patriots
221 New York Giants
Updated order after coin flips.
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It's updated on the first draft order thread as well. Selections will be recorded there.

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Considering I may not be able to get on here tomorrow... Here we go!

With the 1st pick of the 2008 OM Mock Draft The Miami Dolphins select


Chris Long (DE)

Height: 6'4"
Weight: 275
College: Virginia


Analysis
Positives: Has long arms and large hands, with good upper body muscle tone, tight waist and hips and shows good lower body thickness...Uses his long reach well to keep blockers away from his body, also utilizing it, along with good timing and leaping ability to bat down a fair share of passes at the line of scrimmage...What sets him apart from most young defensive ends is his keen knowledge of the game and his uncanny ability to read block pressure and quickly locate the ball...Quick-twitch athlete who shows good quickness, agility and flexibility, showing good knee bend...Builds to top acceleration nicely in long pursuit and shows good redirection skills in his pass rush off the edge...Lacks an explosive burst, but has good leverage and reach to separate from blocks and close on the quarterback...Shows solid football instincts and is able to learn and retain information easily, showing the quick instincts to locate the ball through trash...Plays and practices hard and with a purpose, showing good effort and toughness throughout the play...Leads by example, as well as with his voice, as the coaches encourage the younger players to emulate his great work ethic...Can handle tough coaching and is harder on himself than the staff is when he fails to make a play or blows an assignment...Has active hands and feet, showing outstanding quickness off the ball and natural movement ability to close...Comes off the snap with good pad level, getting into the blocker quickly with a solid hand jolt to rock the opponent back on his heels (needs to do a better job of staying on the lead blocker to clog the rush lane, though)...Has very crisp plant-and-drive agility to make quick change of direction moves working down the line...One of his better assets is his lateral agility...Has a good feel for blocks and knows what to do to avoid in pursuit...Defends the run well, using his hands and extending at the point-of-attack, as he has the hand punch to quickly shed blockers and has developed into an efficient, physical, hip-roll tackler working in-line... When he extends his arms (and keeps them active), he plays with good leverage and can hold ground at the point of attack vs. the isolated blocker (struggles some vs. double-teams)...Has better leverage than strength to anchor, knowing how to use his lower body...Has enough size and strength to hold up at the point-of-attack and the flexibility to sit in the crease and hold his ground or get off blocks...When he keeps his hands inside the framework, he can keep separation from the blocker (exposes his chest when his hands get too wide)...Moves very well laterally and displays good effort in pursuit, as he has the knee bend to slip by blockers in-line...High energy type who had better success disengaging in 2007 than he did in the past, thanks to clearing his feet and chasing hard to run down plays in pursuit...Shows adequate flexibility to fight off cut blocks (needs to protect feet better still, but has improved), as he takes good angles when pursuing downfield...Physical tackler who can bend, roll his hips and drive through the ballcarrier...Might not generate explosive hits, but he has the strength to push the pocket...Makes a good effort to arm tackle...His above average lateral quickness is utilized well in his back-side pursuit...Does a good job when asked to wrap up and drag down the ballcarrier in space and he has the functional strength to generate inside pressure vs. offensive line-man's outside shoulder...Shows good body lean coming off the snap and has developed a solid inside counter move to generate pressure...Has the upfield speed, along with swim and rip moves to go with the inside counter and bull rush (asset needed for a potential move to defensive tackle)...Uses flexibility and a good burst to collapse the pocket and displays the quick hands and feet, along with good hip-flex to turn the corner on edge rushes...Can keep separation vs. the run when he uses his hands to control, and when he takes dead aim on the quarterback he shows good intent to get there...With his leverage, he can beat the blocker in and out to close on the passer, as he demonstrates good hand placement and the ability to separate from blockers.


Negatives: Lacks suddenness off the snap to surprise a lethargic blocker...Best when taking angles to the quarterback, as he does not have the foot speed to take the wide loop in pursuit...Needs to be more active with his hands, especially when executing counter moves, as he struggles to shed when a blocker locks on to his jersey...Susceptible to the low block and needs to do a better job of slipping off double teams (must execute his spin move more)...Might be a better fit as a defensive tackle in a 4-3 alignment, so as not to expose his adequate closing burst...Does not use his reach or counter moves with consistency and can be engulfed by the larger blockers...Plays better on the move (can get stuck on the bigger blockers at the X's).
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Glenn Dorsey DT LSU



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Ok thats enough time. At 3:05pm central time the Atlanta Falcons select Darren Mcfadden.
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Pursuant to their trade with the New England Patriots, the Baltimore Ravens select

Matt Ryan, QB, Boston College

Pick was made at midnight. Rugbythug is up until Noon Thursday.

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Old 02-28-2008, 12:26 PM   #12
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With the 8th Pick in the 2008 NFL Draft the New Enland Patriots Select
Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie
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Pick Made 10:30 Mountain Time

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The Cincinnati Bengals select Derrick Harvey, Defensive End, Florida.

Ht. 6'-5", Wt. 271 lbs.
Wingspan: 82"
Bench: 31 reps


Harvey surprised many when he decided not to enter the 2007 NFL draft. He led the Gators with 11 sacks -- the fifth-highest single-season total in school history -- and capped the season off with a three-sack effort in Florida's rout of Ohio State in the BCS national championship game. He also had another tackle and recovered a fumble against the Buckeyes to earn defensive MVP honors. He was projected as a first-round pick by some analysts.

Harvey, however, felt he needed another season to develop -- he didn't begin playing football until his junior year of high school -- and started an extensive offseason training program that paid dividends this past season. He overcame being the focus of opposing offensive lines to amass 49 tackles -- 31 solo -- with 17 tackles for loss and 8.5 sacks, which were both team-best totals.

Harvey is simply a beast as a pass rusher, with his speed equal to his strength. He is known for getting great jumps off the ball and his technique is exceptional. He puts the heat on offensive linemen and virtually demands to be double-teamed. While his ability to get in the backfield draws the most raves, he's also solid against the run. Opponents lost 28 yards on 47 running plays to his side last season. The 82-inch wingspan rarely allows escapes for opposing ball carriers and quarterbacks.

An AFC East scout, who asked not to be identified because of his team's media policy, said Harvey "is a much better player" than former Gator Jarvis Moss.
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With the 10th pick in the 2008 NFL common draft, the New Orleans Saints select Keith Rivers, LB, USC



Analysis
Positives: Has a well-defined frame with thick legs and arms, along with room on his upper body to add more bulk (looks a bit like a strong safety)...Active and aggressive closing on the ball, but needs to show quicker recovery ability when he out-runs the play...Does a good job of keeping plays in front of him, running with a normal stride while showing the ability to quickly accelerate and close on the ball...Has good foot quickness, agility, balance and body control on contact, staying low in his pads to prevent the opponent from slipping off his hits (when he wrap tackles, but has had problems when he takes a side)...Average student, but shows urgency closing on the ball once he locates it...Physical tackler who uses his hands with authority to get to the ball...Hard worker in the training program and is the team leader in the locker room and in practices...Will chase until the whistle and is a heavy hitter once he gets into position to make the play...Has good balance sifting through trash, staying on his feet through trash and bounces up quickly when knocked down...Shows aggressiveness and quickness to step up and take on the runner between the tackles, as well as the ability to stack blockers in one-on-one situations...Best making plays on the move (can be washed out of the play when he tries to battle when stationary)...Does not read keys all the time, but will move and close once he sees the play develop...While he lacks power to split double teams (will get pushed), he works hard to fill the rush lanes...Has enough functional strength to drag the ballcarrier down and will not hesitate to take on the lead blocker in attempts to clog the rush lanes...Uses his hands well to reroute and combat tight ends, showing active hands to control and shed blockers...Has played in a three-point stance earlier in his career and knows how to keep his pads down to gain position...Needs to attack the line of scrimmage more often than he did as a senior, but he does work well through traffic, showing desire and quick acceleration to reach the outside...Can drop in the zone with his head on a swivel, but will get fooled by play-action and pump fakes and does just an adequate job of looking up receivers, but the effort is there...Needs to do a better job of staying in control when tackling, but has enough arm strength to drag the ballcarrier down (likes to arm tackle and take angles)...Has the quickness to run with backs and tight ends in the short-area passing game, using his hands well to reroute...Lacks great anticipation in man coverage, but will accelerate and close when he locates the ball...Can get a good jump on the route, when he does not eye the quarterback too long...Has the leaping ability to compete for jump balls...Will guess at the receiver's routes at times, but he has the hip snap and body flexibility to recover...Uses his hands well to get an edge over the outside shoulder of an offensive tackle in the pass rush and is quick to accelerate to take a wide loop to the passer (fast off the edge to surprise a lethargic blocker, but must not get in one-on-one battles with those linemen, as he struggles to shed when engulfed).


Negatives: Lacks the lower body strength to gain much penetration on the bull rush and will struggle to shed vs. the bigger blockers, especially vs. double-team action...Must use his hands better when fending off blocks and when they get outside his framework, he leaves himself too exposed and linemen then have success locking on, as he loses his anchor and is quickly washed out of the play...Has the quickness to close in a hurry, but will lose sight of the ball in a crowd and must do a better job sifting through trash...Has the loose hips to drop back in pass coverage, but is a bit of a liability here as he is susceptible to pump fakes and will eye the quarterback too long, letting receivers gobble up his cushion...Needs to have a clear path to the quarterback, as he has been exposed for strength issues when trying to shoot the gaps (gets ping-ponged by the bigger blockers, especially when he fails to keep his anchor and narrows his base)...Gets a bit reckless in his pursuit and despite having loose hips, he will take false steps in his recovery...Tries to make the big play on the ball rather than wrap and secure the ballcarriers at times...Has a good burst on the blitz, but is slow to locate the quarterback and will out-run the passer, as he has just adequate stop-and-go action...Needs to improve his wrap-tackle technique, as he will ankle bite at times and fail to attack the outside leg of the runner...Just an adequate student and might have problems digesting a complicated playbook.


Compares To: KENDRELL BELL-Kansas City...Rivers might have garnered lots of postseason honors in 2007, but there was something amiss in his play. He is not the most instinctive open-field tackler and seemed to be favoring his nagging ankle problems, thus limiting his range and pursuit skills. Five tackles behind the line of scrimmage do not warrant first-team All-American honors. He has the frame that you look for in an outside linebacker, along with the quickness, but there are legitimate questions as to whether he has the valid instincts or lower body power to be an every-down player. Like Bell, he can make the big play, but there needs to be more consistency in his play. With a marginal feel for the passing game, especially when working in the zone, the jury is out on this guy, much like it has been on Bell since earlier in his career. Can this be the "boom or bust" pick of the 2008 linebacker class?

Injury Report
2005: Suffered a hamstring strain prior to the Washington game (10/22) that forced him to sit out vs. Stanford (11/05)...Re-injured his hamstring vs. Fresno State (11/19), missing the UCLA clash (12/03).


2007: Underwent left ankle surgery to remove bone spurs in spring camp...Suffered a left ankle sprain vs. California (11/10), sitting out the following week vs. Arizona State (11/22).

The rumor is that New Orleans will sign Asante Samuel at the start of the free agency period, solving their CB problem. Even if they don't, the selection of cornerbacks at the 10 slot isn't stellar, and Rivers is by far the best defensive player left on the board.
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Malcolm Kelly was one of those three year players. In other words you knew coming in that he'd only be on campus for three years. At 6' 4", 219 lbs he has the size to be a go to receiver in the NFL. He possesses very good speed but his greatest attribute is the fact that he's got great hands. All three years at OU he would make at least one catch per season that would just leave us in awe. Spectacular became the norm for him.

Unfortunately for Kelly he played his freshman and sophomore seasons during the Adrian Peterson era where Oklahoma was a run first team and by the time his junior year rolled around (2007) he was a marked man facing double and sometimes triple teams every Saturday. His best year as a sooner was 2006 where as a sophomore he caught 62 passes for 993 yards and 10 touchdowns.

I'm not sure that we saw Kelly's full potential at Oklahoma. This is a program that put Mark Bradley (Chicago), Mark Clayton (Baltimore), and Brandon Jones (Tennessee) into the NFL in recent years and I think Kelly has the potential to be better than all of them.

The only question about Kelly is toughness. He missed the last two bowl games due to injury and needless to say Oklahoma definitely missed him. Rumors were that Kelly could have played this year in the Fiesta Bowl but chose not to in order guarantee his health for NFL workouts. Regardless, Malcolm Kelly is a phenomenal athlete and will make someone's draft a success.

With all three of their receivers standing 5-10 or less, the Buffalo Bills are looking for a big receiving target for young quarterback Trent Edwards. For the record, Kelly ran 4.5 as a freshman at OU, and, because of injuries hasn't recorded a 40 time since. The Bills released Peerless Price and view Roscoe Parrish as a slot guy, so adding a starting-caliber WR to play opposite Lee Evans is a good idea. Kelly has the potential to be a special player at the next level, as he combines great size with good deep speed and most importantly, excellent hands.




Vitals: 6'4, 219
Stats: 49 rec, 821 yards, 16.8 avg, 9 TD
Pros: Malcolm Kelly has a deep pool of talent. He has a great frame and good build. Has shown willingness to catch balls in traffic and take a hit. Kelly has good athleticism and big mitts for hands which couple with his concentration, makes him the most sure-handed receiver in the draft. Anything thrown in his vicinity will be his even if it means making a dazzling catch. He can go up and catch footballs over defenders. This ability allows him to flourish in the red zone.

Cons: I think Kelly's stock will depend heavily from his pro day workouts where I really wish to see him run. Keep track of his 10 yard dash and short area quickness where he could disappoint. From what I've seen of him, he could struggle to create separation at the next level. It's the primary reason why he disappears from play-to-play, game-to-game. If he tests well, we know that he can be taught to run much better routes, which would really mean he has infinite potential.
Projected Round: 1st-Early

pick made 12:40 pm PST

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After much deliberation and arguments which led to the subsequent firing of Mike Shanahan, the Denver Broncos select with the 12th pick of the 2008 NFL draft.

RYAN CLADY OT BOISE STATE

Ryan is the best pure LT in this draft. He has good lateral agility and the athleticism to play his position. He has good size and is just as good blocking for the run as he is for the pass. Ryan looks like a smart kid and shows good mental toughness and stamina. He shows some leadership ability through his consistent play on the field. Ryan does an excellent job using his hands when pass blocking and is one of the few LTís in college that does not lunge when he gets beat. He does a good job recovering if he gets beat off the initial rush because he stays on balance and believes in his techniques. Some teams are going to rate Ryan higher on their draft boards than Jake Long.

Ryan needs to watch his weight and he will struggle a bit with the speed at the next level. He will have to work to become quicker out of his stance. But he has the talent to adjust and the work ethic to prevail.

Like I said, Ryan is a pure LT and some teams are going to rate him higher on their draft boards than Jake Long because Jake is more of a system LT. The truth is that you could flip a coin and take either player. They both should become core players and Pro Bowl players for the teams that draft them. I think with Ryan you might have a few more growing pains, but that is debatable also. What I like about Ryan is how smooth he is and how well he stays with his techniques. As soon as Ryan gets used to the speed of the NFL and gets in and out of his stance quicker, he will be an excellent LT. Ryan will have to work more on his quickness in blocking for the run than blocking for the pass, but as I always say, if you want a run-blocking LT, pull a guard. LTís must know how to pass block -- donít worry about how well they can run block. I like this kidís game a lot and the truth is that if I needed a LT it would be hard for me to decide who to pick. A pure LT trumps an LT that might have to be moved to LG. Thatís reality. So donít be surprised if Ryan moves up the charts.

Welcome to the Denver Broncos Ryan Clady and there's no-one who'd wish to welcome you more than Jay Cutler.

Pick made at 5-26pm Eastern Time. Bronco LB 52 and the Carolina Panthers are on the clock.
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12:10 AM PST- Chicago Bears (Lex) is on the board.
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Lex is on the clock until 2:10 PM CST.

24champ, Anubis, and chaz are on deck.

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At 8:47 AM Central Time, the Chicago Bears select Chris Williams, Tackle, Vanderbilt.

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With the 15th pick overall in the 2008 NFL Draft. The Rams are proud to Select...(Drumroll)

Kenny Phillips







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Kenny Phillips came to Miami with the expectations of being the next study safety from the U. Early on he showed that those lofty expectations were valid. He was on everyoneís Freshman All American lists after finishing the year with 88 tackles, three for loss and an interception. As a sophomore, he stepped his game up even more, finishing with 71 tackles, six for loss, and four interceptions despite missing the final three games with a broken thumb. Phillips ended his Hurricane career after three seasons, and went out with 82 tackles, six for loss, and two interceptions.

Phillips has it all. From a physical standpoint, he has everything you want. He has excellent size and can match up with just about anyone in coverage. He also possesses the athleticism, quickness, and speed to fly around the field making plays. He is aggressive, active, and willing to do whatever it takes to get to the football. Phillips is a complete safety as he can attack the line of scrimmage in run support and make plays on the football in coverage. He has also earned All ACC honors for his success in the classroom, so he is getting it done off the field as well.

There is not much to dislike about Phillipsí game. He is a rare safety that can do it all and is a legit Top 10 pick. If you want to pick things apart, he can go for the big hit a little too often instead of making the safe play.

Phillips was one of the first players to declare for the draft, and he is an almost certain selection in the top half of the first round. He is a playmaker in the secondary, and has all the skills to develop into a perennial pro bowler.

Pick was made at 2:19 pm Mountain Time.

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With the 16th overall selection in the 2008 NFL Draft, the Arizona Cardinals are proud to select Leodis McKelvin, Cornerback from Troy.



Selection made at 03:59 AM GST-7(16:59 Local ). Chaz is on the Clock.

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Chaz has missed his selection. He has 24 hours to make his selection or he will be removed from the draft.

Traveler is on the clock until 2:15 AM CST.

dedhed, NFLBRONCO, and AZBroncfan are on deck.

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With the 18th selection, the Houston Texans select Rashard Mendenhall, RB, Illinois.

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