2011 NFL Draft: Three Rounds Are In The Books

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NFL Draft 2011: Updated Draft Order For Rounds Four Through Seven

In terms of the number of picks, we aren't even halfway through the 2011 NFL Draft. As we get ready to head into the draft's final day, here is the current draft order for Rounds Four through Seven, updated to reflect all of the trading that has taken place thus far.

Fourth Round

98) Carolina
99) Seattle (from New England via Denver)
100) Buffalo
101) Cincinnati
102) Cleveland
103) Arizona
104) Philadelphia (from Washington)
105) Houston
106) Minnesota
107) Seattle (from Detroit)
108) Denver (from San Francisco)
109) Tennessee
110) Dallas
111) Miami
112) St. Louis
113) Oakland
114) Jacksonville
115) San Francisco (from San Diego)
116) Tampa bay
117) New York Giants
118) Kansas City
119) Indianapolis
120) Philadelphia
121) Jacksonville (from New Orleans)
122) Buffalo (from Seattle)
123) Baltimore
124) Cleveland (from Atlanta)
125) Oakland (from New England)
126) New York Jets
127) Washington (from Chicago)
128) Pittsburgh
129) Green Bay
130) Tennessee (compensatory)
131) Green Bay (compensatory)

Fifth Round

132) Carolina
133) Buffalo
134) Cincinnati
135) Kansas City (from Tampa Bay via Denver)
136) Arizona
137) Cleveland
138) New England (from Houston)
139) Minnesota
140) Kansas City (from Detroit)
141) Denver (from San Francisco)
142) Tennessee
143) Dallas
144) Washington
145) St. Louis
146) Washington (from Miami)
147) Jacksonville
148) Oakland
149) Philadelphia (from San Diego)
150) Minnesota (from New York Giants)
151) Tampa Bay
152) Washington (from Indianapolis)
153) Philadelphia
154) Seattle (from Kansas city via Detroit)
155) Washington (from new Orleans)
156) Seattle
157) Detroit (from Baltimore via Seattle)
158) Atlanta
159) new England
160) Chicago
161) New York Jets
162) Pittsburgh
163) Green Bay
164) Baltimore (compensatory)
165) Baltimore (compensatory)

Sixth Round

166) Carolina
167) Cincinnati
168) Cleveland (from Denver)
169) Buffalo
170) Cleveland
171) Arizona
172) Minnesota
173) Seattle (from Detroit)
174) San Francisco
175) Tennessee
176) Dallas
177) Washington
178) Houston
179) Miami
180) Baltimore
181) Oakland
182) San Francisco (from Jacksonville)
183) San Diego
184) Arizona (from Philadelphia via Tampa Bay)
185) New York Giants
186) Denver (from Philadelphia via Detroit)
187) Tampa Bay (from Kansas City)
188) Indianapolis
189) Denver (from New England via New Orleans)
190) San Francisco (from Seattle)
191) Philadelphia (from Baltimore)
192) Atlanta
193) New England
194) New York jets
195) Chicago
196) Pittsburgh
197) Green Bay
198) New York Giants (compensatory)
199) Kansas City (compensatory)
200) Minnesota (compensatory)
201) San Diego (compensatory)
202) New York Giants (compensatory)
203) Carolina (compensatory)

Seventh Round

204) Green Bay (from Carolina)
205) Seattle (from Denver via Seattle)
206) Buffalo
207) Cincinnati
208) New York Jets (from Arizona)
209) Detroit (from Cleveland via Seattle)
210) Atlanta (from Detroit)
211) San Francisco
212) Tennessee
213) Washington
214) Houston
215) Minnesota
216) St. Louis
217) Washington (from Miami)
218) Miami (from Jacksonville)
219) New England (from Oakland)
220) Dallas (from San Diego)
221) New York Giants
222) Tampa Bay
223) Kansas City
224) Washington (from Indianapolis)
225) Baltimore (from Philadelphia)
226) New Orleans
227) Philadelphia (from Seattle)
228) St. Louis (from Baltimore)
229) Atlanta
230) Atlanta (from New England)
231) San Francisco (from New York Jets via Detroit)
232) Pittsburgh
233) Green Bay
234) San Diego
235) Miami
236) Minnesota
237) Philadelphia
238) Tampa Bay
239) San Francisco
240) Philadelphia
241) Oakland
242) Seattle
243) New Orleans
244) Carolina
245) Buffalo
246) Cincinnati
247) Denver
248) Cleveland
249) Arizona
250) San Francisco
251) Tennessee
252) Dallas
253) Washington
254) Houston

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2011 NFL Draft: Recap Of All Trades Thus Far

There have been thirteen draft-day trades pulled off during the first three rounds of the 2011 National Football League Draft. Here are the particulars of all of those trades, in the order that they occurred.

1) The Cleveland Browns traded the 6th overall pick to the Atlanta Falcons for Atlanta's first-rounder (27th overall), second-rounder (59th) and fourth-rounder (124th) and also Atlanta's first- and fourth-round selections in 2012.

2) The Washington Redskins traded the 10th overall pick to the Jacksonville Jaguars in exchange for Jacksonville's first-rounder (16th) and second-rounder (49th) selections.

3) The Kansas City Chiefs traded the 21st overall pick to the Cleveland Browns in exchange for the first-round pick Cleveland acquired from Atlanta (27th) and Cleveland's third-rounder (70th).

4) The New England Patriots traded the 28th overall pick to the New Orleans Saints for New Orleans' second-rounder 56th) and New Orleans' first-rounder in 2012.

5) The Denver Broncos traded the 36th overall pick to the San Francisco 49ers in exchange for San Francisco's second-rounder (45th), fourth-rounder (108th), and fifth-rounder (141st).

6) The Washington Redskins traded the 49th overall pick to the Indianapolis Colts in exchange for Indianapolis' second-rounder (53rd) and fifth-rounder (152nd).

7) The Washington Redskins traded the 53rd overall pick to the Chicago Bears in exchange for Chicago's second-rounder (62nd) and fourth-rounder (127th).

8) The Seattle Seahawks traded the 57th overall pick, along with their fifth-rounder (157th) and seventh-rounder (209th) to the Detroit Lions for Detroit's third-rounder (75th), fourth-rounder (107th), fifth-rounder (154th), and seventh-rounder (205th).

9) The New England Patriots traded the 60th overall pick to the Houston Texans in exchange for the Texans' third-rounder (73rd) and fifth-rounder (138th).

10) The Washington Redskins traded the 62nd overall pick to the Miami Dolphins in exchange for Miami's third-rounder (79th), fifth-rounder (146th), and seventh-rounder (217th).

11) The San Francisco 49ers traded the 76th overall pick to the Jacksonville Jaguars in exchange for Jacksonville's third-rounder (80th) and sixth-rounder (182nd).

12) The Philadelphia Eagles traded the 85th overall pick to the Baltimore Ravens for Baltimore's third-rounder (90th) and sixth-rounder (191st).

13) The New England Patriots traded the 92nd overall pick, along with their fourth-rounder (125th) to the Oakland Raiders in exchange for Oakland's seventh-rounder (219th) and Oakland's second-round selection in 2012.

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2011 NFL Draft: Third Round Recap

In case you might have missed it, here is a complete list of all the selections from Round Three of the 2011 NFL Draft.

65) Carolina Panthers - Terrell McClain, defensive tackle, South Florida
66) Cincinnati Bengals - Dontay Moch, linebacker, Nevada
67) Denver Broncos - Nate Irving, linebacker, North Carolina State
68) Buffalo Bills - Kelvin Sheppard, linebacker, Louisiana State
69) Arizona Cardinals - Robert Housler, tight end, Florida Atlantic
70) Kansas City Chiefs (from Cleveland Browns) - Justin Houston, defensive end, Georgia
71) Dallas Cowboys - DeMarco Murray, running back, Oklahoma
72) New Orleans Saints (from Washington Redskins) - Martez Wilson, linebacker, Illinois
73) New England Patriots (from Houston Texans) - Stevan Ridley, running back, Louisiana State
74) New England Patriots (from Minnesota Vikings) - Ryan Mallett, quarterback, Arkansas
75) Seattle Seahawks (from Detroit Lions) - John Moffit, guard, Wisconsin
76) Jacksonville Jaguars (from San Francisco 49ers) - William Rackley, guard, Lehigh
77) Tennessee Titans - Jurrell Casey, defensive tackle, Southern California
78) St. Louis Rams - Austin Pettis, wide receiver, Boise State
79) Washington Redskins (from Miami Dolphins) - Leonard Hankerson, wide receiver, Miami (FL)
80) San Francisco 49ers (from Jacksonville Jaguars) - Chris Culliver, cornerback, South Carolina
81) Oakland Raiders - Demarcus Van Dyke, cornerback, Miami (FL)
82) San Diego Chargers - Vincent Brown, wide receiver, San Diego State
83) New York Giants - Jerrell Jernigan, wide receiver, Troy
84) Tampa Bay Buccaneers - Mason Foster, linebacker, Washington
85) Baltimore Ravens (from Philadelphia Eagles) - Jah Reid, offensive tackle, Central Florida
86) Kansas City Chiefs - Allen Bailey, defensive end, Miami (FL)
87) Indianapolis Colts - Drake Nevis, defensive tackle, Louisiana State
88) New Orleans Saints - Johnny Patrick, cornerback, Louisville
89) San Diego Chargers (from Seattle Seahawks) - Shareece Wright, cornerback, Southern California
90) Philadelphia Eagles (from Baltimore Ravens) - Curtis Marsh, cornerback, Utah State
91) Atlanta Falcons - Akeem Dent, linebacker, Georgia
92) Oakland Raiders (from New England Patriots) - Joe Barksdale, offensive tackle, Louisiana State
93) Chicago Bears - Christopher Conte, safety, California
94) New York Jets - Kendrick Ellis, defensive tackle, Hampton
95) Pittsburgh Steelers - Curtis Brown, cornerback, Texas
96) Green Bay Packers - Alexander Green, running back, Hawai'i
97) Carolina Panthers - Sione Fua, defensive tackle, Stanford (compensatory pick)

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2011 NFL Draft: Second Round Recap

In case you missed it, here are the results from the second round of the 2011 NFL Draft.

33) New England Patriots (from Carolina Panthers) - Ras-I Dowling, cornerback, Virginia
34) Buffalo Bills - Aaron Williams, cornerback, Texas
35) Cincinnati Bengals - Andy Dalton, quarterback, Texas Christian
36) San Francisco 49ers (from Denver Broncos) - Colin Kaepernick, quarterback, Nevada
37) Cleveland Browns - Jabaal Sheard, defensive end, Pittsburgh
38) Arizona Cardinals - Ryan Williams, running back, Virginia Tech
39) Tennessee Titans - Akeem Ayers, linebacker, UCLA
40) Dallas Cowboys - Bruce Carter, linebacker, North Carolina
41) Washington Redskins - Jarvis Jenkins, defensive tackle, Clemson
42) Houston Texans - Brooks Reed, defensive end, Arizona
43) Minnesota Vikings - Kyle Rudolph, tight end, Notre Dame
44) Detroit Lions - Titus Young, wide receiver, Boise State
45) Denver Broncos (from San Francisco 49ers) - Rahim Moore, safety, UCLA
46) Denver Broncos (from Miami Dolphins) - Orlando Franklin, guard, Miami (FL)
47) St. Louis Rams - Lance Kendricks, tight end, Wisconsin
48) Oakland Raiders - Stefen Wisniewski, center, Penn State
49) Indianapolis Colts (from Jacksonville Jaguars through Washington Redskins) - Ben Ijalana, guard, Villanova
50) San Diego Chargers - Marcus Gilchrist, cornerback, Clemson
51) Tampa Bay Buccaneers - Da'Quan Bowers, defensive end, Clemson
52) New York Giants - Marvin Austin, defensive tackle, North Carolina
53) Chicago Bears (from Indianapolis Colts through Washington Redskins) - Stephen Paea, defensive tackle, Oregon State
54) Philadelphia Eagles - Jaiquawn Jarrett, safety, Temple
55) Kansas City Chiefs - Rodney Hudson, center, Florida State
56) New England Patriots (from New Orleans Saints) - Shane Vereen, running back, California
57) Detroit Lions (from Seattle Seahawks) - Mikel Leshoure, running back, Illinois
58) Baltimore Ravens - Torrey Smith, wide receiver, Maryland
59) Cleveland Browns (from Atlanta Falcons) - Greg Little, wide receiver, North Carolina
60) Houston Texans (from New England Patriots) - Brandon Harris, cornerback, Miami (FL)
61) San Diego Chargers (from New York Jets) - Jonas Mouton, linebacker, Michigan
62) Miami Dolphins (from Chicago Bears through Washington Redskins) - Daniel Thomas, running back, Kansas State
63) Pittsburgh Steelers - Marcus Gilbert, offensive tackle, Florida
64) Green Bay Packers - Randall Cobb, wide receiver, Kentucky

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NFL Draft Through Twenty Picks

We’re through all the 2010 non-playoff teams in the first round of the 2011 NFL Draft, and here’s how it has gone down thus far:

1. Car—Cam Newton, QB, Auburn
2. Den—Von Miller, LB, Texas A and M
3. Buf—Marcel Dareus, DT
4. Cin—AJ Green, WR, Georgia
5. Ariz—Patrick Peterson, CB, LSU
6. Atl (Trade from Cle)—Julio Jones, WR, Alabama
7. SF—Aldon Smith, DE, Missouri
8. Ten—Jake Locker, QB, Washington
9. Dal—Tyron Smith, T, USC
10. Jax (Trade with Wash) — Blaine Gabbert, QB, Missouri
11. Hou — JJ Watt, DE, Wisconsin
12. Min — Christian Ponder, QB, Florida State
13. Det — Nick Fairley, DT, Auburn
14. Stl — Robert Quinn, DE, North Carolina
15. Mia — Mike Pouncey, OL, Florida
16. Was (Trade with Jax) — Ryan Kerrigan, DE, Purdue
17. NE (from Oak) — Nate Solder, OT, Colorado
18. SD — Corey Liuget, DT, Illinois
19. NYG — Prince Amukamara, DB, Nebraska
20. TB — Adrian Clayborn, DE, Iowa

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