Where each team stands after two days of the draft

The St. Louis Rams will kick off the fourth round with the 96th pick later today. Through two days, here is where each team stands in terms of draft selections made and the picks they’ve got left:

Arizona Cardinals

No. 13: Notre Dame receiver Michael Floyd.

No. 80: Oklahoma cornerback Jamell Fleming.

Picks left (5): 112, 151, 177, 185, 221.

Atlanta Falcons

No. 55: Wisconsin guard/center Peter Konz.

No. 91: Southern Miss offensive tackle Lamar Holmes.

Picks left (4): 157, 164, 192, 249.

Baltimore Ravens

No. 35: Alabama linebacker Courtney Upshaw.

No. 60: Iowa State tackle/guard Kelechi Osemele.

No. 84: Temple running back Bernard Pierce.

Picks left (5): 98, 130, 169, 198, 236.

Buffalo Bills

No. 10: South Carolina cornerback Stephon Gilmore.

No. 41: Georgia tackle/guard Cordy Glenn.

No. 69: North Carolina State receiver T.J. Graham.

Picks left (6): 105, 124, 144, 147, 178, 251.

Carolina Panthers

No. 9: Boston College linebacker Luke Kuechly.

No. 40: Midwestern State guard Amini Silatolu.

Picks left (5): 104, 143, 180, 207, 216.

Chicago Bears

No. 19: Boise State defensive end Shea McClellin.

No. 45: South Carolina receiver Alshon Jeffery.

No. 79: Oregon State cornerback Brandon Hardin.

Picks left (3): 111, 184, 220.

Cincinnati Bengals

No. 17: Alabama cornerback Dre Kirkpatrick.

No. 27: Wisconsin guard Kevin Zeitler.

No. 53: Penn State defensive tackle Devon Still.

No. 83: Rutgers receiver Mohamed Sanu.

No. 93: Clemson defensive tackle Brandon Thompson.

Picks left (5): 116, 156, 166, 167, 191.

Cleveland Browns

No. 3: Alabama running back Trent Richardson.

No. 22: Oklahoma State quarterback Brandon Weeden.

No. 37: California offensive tackle Mitchell Schwartz.

No. 87: Cincinnati defensive tackle John Hughes.

Picks left (7): 100, 120, 160, 204, 205, 245, 247.

Dallas Cowboys

No. 6: LSU cornerback Morris Claiborne.

No. 81: Boise State defensive end Tyrone Crawford.

Picks left (5): 113, 135, 152, 186, 222.

Denver Broncos

No. 36: Cincinnati defensive tackle Derek Wolfe.

No. 57: Arizona State quarterback Brock Osweiler.

No. 67: San Diego State running back Ronnie Hillman.

Picks left (4): 101, 108, 137, 188.

Detroit Lions

No. 23: Iowa offensive tackle Riley Reiff.

No. 54: Oklahoma receiver Ryan Broyles.

No. 85: Louisiana-Lafayette cornerback Dwight Bentley.

Picks left (4): 117, 158, 219, 230.

Green Bay Packers

No. 28: USC linebacker Nick Perry.

No. 51: Michigan State defensive tackle Jerel Worthy.

No. 62: Vanderbilt cornerback Casey Hayward.

Picks left (7): 132, 133, 197, 224, 235, 241, 243.

Houston Texans

No. 26: Illinois linebacker Whitney Mercilus.

No. 68: Ohio State receiver DeVier Posey.

No. 76: Miami (Ohio) guard Brandon Brooks.

Picks left (5): 99, 121, 126, 161, 195.

Indianapolis Colts

No. 1: Stanford quarterback Andrew Luck.

No. 34: Stanford tight end Coby Fleener.

No. 64: Clemson tight end Dwayne Allen.

No. 92: Florida International receiver T.Y. Hilton.

Picks left (6): 136, 170, 206, 208, 214, 253.

Jacksonville Jaguars

No. 5: Oklahoma State receiver Justin Blackmon.

No. 38: Clemson defensive end Andre Branch.

No. 70: California punter Bryan Anger.

Picks left (3): 142, 176, 228.

Kansas City Chiefs

No. 11: Memphis defensive tackle Dontari Poe.

No. 44: Illinois guard/tackle Jeff Allen.

No. 74: Oklahoma offensive tackle Donald Stephenson.

Picks left (5): 107, 146, 182, 218, 238.

Miami Dolphins

No. 8: Texas A&M quarterback Ryan Tannehill.

No. 42: Stanford offensive tackle Jonathan Martin.

No. 72: Miami defensive end Olivier Vernon.

No. 78: Missouri tight end Michael Egnew.

Picks left (5): 103, 145, 183, 196, 215.

Minnesota Vikings

No. 4: USC offensive tackle Matt Kalil.

No. 29: Notre Dame safety Harrison Smith.

No. 66: Central Florida cornerback Josh Robinson.

Picks left (9): 118, 128, 134, 138, 139, 175, 210, 211, 223.

New England Patriots

No. 21: Syracuse defensive end Chandler Jones.

No. 25: Alabama linebacker Dont’a Hightower.

No. 48: Illinois safety Tavon Wilson.

No. 90: Arkansas defensive end Jake Bequette.

Picks left (1): 163.

New Orleans Saints

No. 89: Regina defensive tackle Akiem Hicks.

Picks left (4): 122, 162, 179, 234.

New York Giants

No. 32: Virginia Tech running back David Wilson.

No. 63: LSU receiver Rueben Randle.

No. 94: Virginia Tech cornerback Jayron Hosley.

Picks left (4): 127, 131, 201, 239.

New York Jets

No. 16: North Carolina defensive end Quinton Coples.

No. 43: Georgia Tech receiver Stephen Hill.

No. 77: Arkansas State linebacker Demario Davis.

Picks left (5): 187, 202, 203, 242, 244.

Oakland Raiders

No. 95: Utah guard/tackle Tony Bergstrom.

Picks left (4): 129, 148, 168, 189.

Philadelphia Eagles

No. 12: Mississippi State defensive tackle Fletcher Cox.

No. 46: California linebacker Mychal Kendricks.

No. 59: Marshall defensive end Vinny Curry.

No. 88: Arizona quarterback Nick Foles.

Picks left (5): 123, 153, 194, 200, 229.

Pittsburgh Steelers

No. 24: Stanford guard David DeCastro.

No. 56: Ohio State offensive tackle Mike Adams.

No. 86: Miami linebacker Sean Spence.

Picks left (7): 119, 159, 193, 231, 240, 246, 248.

San Diego Chargers

No. 18: South Carolina linebacker Melvin Ingram.

No. 49: Connecticut defensive end Kendall Reyes.

No. 73: LSU safety Brandon Taylor.

Picks left (4): 110, 149, 226, 250.

San Francisco 49ers

No. 30: Illinois receiver A.J. Jenkins.

No. 61: Oregon running back LaMichael James.

Picks left (5): 97, 125, 165, 199, 237.

Seattle Seahawks

No. 15: West Virginia defensive end Bruce Irvin.

No. 47: Utah State linebacker Bobby Wagner.

No. 75: Wisconsin quarterback Russell Wilson.

Picks left (7): 106, 114, 154, 172, 181, 225, 232.

St. Louis Rams

No. 14: LSU defensive tackle Michael Brockers.

No. 33: Appalachian State receiver Brian Quick.

No. 39: North Alabama cornerback Janoris Jenkins.

No. 50: Cincinnati running back Isaiah Pead.

No. 65: Montana defensive back Trumaine Johnson.

Picks left (5): 96, 150, 171, 209, 252.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers

No. 7: Alabama safety Mark Barron.

No. 31: Boise State running back Doug Martin.

No. 58: Nebraska linebacker Lavonte David.

Picks left (4): 140, 174, 212, 233.

Tennessee Titans

No. 20: Baylor receiver Kendall Wright.

No. 52: North Carolina linebacker Zach Brown.

No. 82: Michigan defensive tackle Mike Martin.

Picks left (4): 115, 155, 190, 227.

Washington Redskins

No. 2: Baylor quarterback Robert Griffin III.

No. 71: SMU guard Josh LeRibeus.

Picks left (6): 102, 109, 141, 173, 213, 217.

25 responses to “Where each team stands after two days of the draft

  1. Would like detroit to draft defense in the final rounds..cmon mayhew find a gem!

  2. the #2 overall tackle fell to us…..a blue chip, NCAA record holding WR who is already running after his ACL…and we get a feisty and fast senior bowl DB that plays his best in big games….Go Lions!

  3. at first glance it looks like the rams and bengals won this draft. however jerry reese is the best GM in football, so obviously the giants will be declared the winner of this draft in a couple of years. its good to be king.

  4. After having a night to think about the pics I am happy with them ….already liked the 1st Riley Reiff, Ryan Broyles is going to fit this system soon and Bill Bentley I think can b a good player with a lil coaching…..Today we have 4 pics left I want to c in no particular order–2 DB’s a corner and a safety would b nice, an OL, and RB if we do this and select a couple diamonds in the rough we make this team a lot better

  5. The Vikes, Bengals and Eagles seemed to address all their needs and more. The Seahawks and 49ers appear to be a on a drunken bender.

  6. .

    I’m hopeful that someone will feel sorry for the patriots and toss them a seventh rounder.


  7. 49ers on a drunken bender?????? I think you’re on one. Niners picked up a home run hitter on he field

  8. Giants lost a rb, wr and cb to free agency and in the first 3 rounds Reese takes…a rb, wr and cb, smart picks and once again Reese is letting the draft play out and grabbing value picks that fill a need. I also like what the Colts did getting Luck his favorite target as well as 2 more weapons for him in

  9. Catching up on the Steelers picks.

    Wowzers, two offensive lineman in a row! These guys are real bruisers too, which tells us there will be life in the running game in the post-Arians era.


    Also got an athletic ILB, wondering if he gets tossed to safety or plays the Will.

    So far, so good. Hearing a lot of cries for a man CB, but this late I don’t think we’re going to find anything of note.

  10. The Bucs got by far the best safety in the draft, stole the clear cut second best RB from the giants, and got an all america, day one starter at OLB. No questions the Bucs are one of the top three winners here

  11. Got the premier LT, a big,intelligent safety and maybe the new fastest guy in the NFL,a CB who was responsible for blanketing AJ Green as a sophmore when UCF beat Georgia in Liberty Bowl ,,,,,and 9 more picks?? I’m on a draft high,killer job Spielman!!

  12. The lousy teams always win the draft. It’s their consolation prize for stinking up the NFL.

  13. mitchitized says: Apr 28, 2012 9:59 AM

    Catching up on the Steelers picks.

    Wowzers, two offensive lineman in a row! These guys are real bruisers too, which tells us there will be life in the running game in the post-Arians era.


    Also got an athletic ILB, wondering if he gets tossed to safety or plays the Will.

    So far, so good. Hearing a lot of cries for a man CB, but this late I don’t think we’re going to find anything of note.
    Nice post. I gotta say though as a Raven fan and someone who’s looking at this from an opposing side, those bubble screens Hines and Wallace be doing really help in the long run sometimes even though they might not get the wanted result on the play itself. What I mean is because you guys not only do it a lot but for the most part do it so effectively, the fact that the opposing D has to keep that in their mind allows them to have to play more bump/press D on the outsides which allows burners like Wallace,Brown, and Saunders to blow by that guy who’s pressing because he’s worried about either one of those three guys getting a quick bubble screen pass their way and taking it to the house. Long story short, that bubble screen is a GREAT set up/decoy play that this Ravens fan wished you guys didn’t do so much 🙂

  14. Well my chiefs are well, idk what the hell they are doing but i like the rams draft along with the vikings. And also, Devier Posey to the Texans is huge! Fantasy sleeper alert. This guys gonna tear it up next to Andre Johnson

  15. Jerry Reese is doing his thing. Love Randle falling to us in second round. If he has not been with the awful LSU passing game, he would have been a top 20 pick.

    Wilson was a little bit of a reach, but a necessary one. RB position really fell off after him (in terms of immediate impact), and we had the worst running game + lost Jacobs.

    Hosley is a safe pick at bottom of 3rd, and if Prince develops a little slow, or Thomas needs more time recovering, he can step in and be solid CB.

    OL/DL Rest of the way Reese

  16. Jdandcoke: Are u a true fan or a front runner or from Philly who says they’re a giants fan?? I only ask bc there’s a lot of front runners on the east coast. Until the eagles win the super bowl we own the giants 9-1 in the last 10 meetings. Good season and rivalry to you buddy

  17. Weeden in the first round??? No WR’s??? Now, talk of trading McCoy to GB???

    There’s a reason the Browns have never even been in a Super Bowl…and nothing changes!

    Who will they blame next year…Joe Thomas???

  18. How each team stands.

    Sorry, but it should be said: Each team stands pretty much the same as they stood yesterday albeit with some hope that one or two of their picks pan out in the future.

    The average 1-97 pick from last year’s draft suited up for but 11 of their team’s games and started less then 60% of those.


  19. I live in Minnesota and I’m sick of listening to posters from queen fans. Usually fans of other teams will make fun or insult your team but these MN Nice(self imposed title that they use for themselves) people usually carry it one step further and insult the residents of an entire city or state. MN== worst fans in NFL. They brag about their consecutive game sell outs but never mention that it sold out for years by some corp. buying the last of the tickets. Rudest fans of any stadium in mid-west America.

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