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 2022 NFL mock draft simulator | NFL mock draft giants 2022/23

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2022 NFL mock draft simulator | NFL mock draft giants 2022/23

We have also collected all the important information like 2022 nfl draft order, nfl free agency start, nfl draft round picks as well as nfl mock draft 2022 giants and eagle.


Who has the most draft picks in the 2022 NFL draft?

With the Tyreek Hill trade in the books, the Kansas City Chiefs now have a whopping 12 picks in the 2022 NFL Draft. Let’s look at the official order.


What is the current draft order for 2022?

2022 NFL Draft Order

Pick Team Record

1 Jacksonville Jacksonville 3-14

2 Detroit Detroit 3-13-1

3 Houston Houston 4-13

4 NY Jets NY Jets 4-13


nfl mock draft 2022 eagle

Eagles go heavy defense in crowd-sourced fan mock draft originally appeared on NBC Sports Philadelphia


But instead of just putting out an ordinary mock draft, I decided to turn some of the power over to my Twitter followers for an Eagles-only mock draft.


I used The Draft Network’s mock draft simulator and when I got to each of the Eagles’ 10 picks, I chose four remaining players and dropped them into a poll on Twitter. Of course, doing it this way meant I had to mold the mock a little bit by choosing the four options. It’s not perfect, but feel free to drop a complaint to our complaint department if you don’t like it.

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Anyway, here’s what you guys came up with:


1-15: Jordan Davis, DT, Georgia

DT Jordan Davis: 43%

LB Devin Lloyd: 34%

WR Garrett Wilson: 14%

DT Devonte Wyatt: 9%


With some intriguing edge rusher options (Jermaine Johnson, Travon Walker) off the board, Eagles fans turned to the biggest defensive player they could find. Davis (6-6, 341) wowed at the combine, moving better than any 341-pound man should.


While Davis was known as a run-stuffer at Georgia, running a 4.78 in Indy shows the potential for him to be more than that at the NFL level. Opinions are really split on where Davis will go in the first round, but Eagles fans took him out of the four options presented.


1-16: Devin Lloyd, LB, Utah

LB Devin Lloyd: 52.3%

WR Garrett Wilson: 19.2%

CB Trent McDuffie: 17%

WR Drake London: 11.5%


After the Eagles grabbed Davis at 15, I removed Devonte Wyatt from the options, figuring they wouldn’t go back-to-back interior defensive linemen. We kept the second and third options from pick 15 and added a cornerback and a receiver.


It should come as no surprise that Eagles fans got themselves a linebacker at pick 16. While we all know the Eagles aren’t eager to draft linebackers in the first round, Lloyd is considered by many to be the top one in this class. And maybe the Eagles will like his ability as a pass rusher too.


1-19: Treylon Burks, WR, Arkansas

WR Treylon Burks: 39.5%

WR Drake London: 25.1%

CB Trent McDuffie: 18.4%

Edge George Karlaftis: 17%


Wilson came off the board with the No. 18 pick right before the Eagles, so the next two highest-rated receivers on TheDraftNetwork were Burks and London. We also tossed edge rusher George Karlaftis into the mix. Burks (6-2, 225) is a big-bodied receiver who was used in multiple ways at Arkansas. Their goal was to get the ball into Burks’ hands and let him create. His 4.55 at the combine didn’t blow anyone away but he has a unique skillset that might intrigue a coach like Nick Sirianni who values YAC.


2-51: Roger McCreary, CB, Auburn

CB Roger McCreary: 61.9%

Edge Kinglsey Enagbare: 21.6%

RB Kenneth Walker III: 13.5%

iOL: Dylan Parham: 2.9%


In the second round, you guys stick with defense and went with the cornerback from Auburn who might have been the best value pick available. McCreary (5-11, 190) was a three-year starter at Auburn who has good athleticism and probably projects as a versatile outside/inside corner in the NFL.


3-83: Nick Cross, S, Maryland

S Nick Cross: 46.3%

Edge Drake Jackson: 38.7%

TE Greg Dulcich: 9.8%

iOL Cole Strange: 5.2%


Back to the secondary with this pick. Three top safeties came off the board early in the second round so guys like Lewis Cine, Jaquan Brisker and Jalen Pitre weren’t even available when the Eagles picked at 51 (one might be in real life). So instead, the Eagles find a potential star safety in the third round in Cross.

The 6-foot, 212-pounder from Maryland definitely turned some heads at the combine with his 4.34 time in the 40 and his impressive jumps (37” vert, 130” broad) so the Eagles would be getting one heck of an athlete. Cross is rangey and physical but not yet a finished product. The Eagles have a clear need at safety. The brought back Anthony Harris but that hasn’t solved the position.


4-123: Alec Lindstrom, iOL, Boston College

iOL Alec Lindstrom: 33%

LB/Edge Jesse Luketa : 28.3%

TE Jelani Woods: 25.8%

RB Dameon Pierce: 12.9%


Luketa is one of the players in this draft class that really intrigues me because of his versatility. He could be a SAM in the Eagles’ defense. But instead you guys took Lindstrom out of Boston College. Lindstrom (6-3, 296) is the brother of Chris Lindstrom, who was a first-round pick back in 2019.


Alec Lindstrom was a three-year starter at center at BC. He could probably play guard too, but he’s a better fit at center. He’s a tad undersized but relies on his technique.


5-154: Hassan Haskins, RB, Michigan

RB Hassan Haskins: 33.2%

Edge Dominque Robinson: 32.1%

TE Charlie Kolar: 28.8%

DT Otito Ogbonnia: 6%


I was pretty surprised that you guys didn’t pick an edge player here — we don’t have one yet! — but Haskins makes a lot of sense for the Eagles. At least a running back with that style.


At Michigan in 2021, he rushed for 1,327 yards with 20 touchdowns and he did it with a downhill style. At 6-2, 228 pounds, Haskins also impressed with 27 reps on the bench press in Indianapolis and he would be the kind of complement the Eagles might want to combine with Miles Sanders and Kenny Gainwell.


5-162: Charlie Kolar, TE, Iowa State

TE Charlie Kolar: 41.2%

Edge Dominique Robinson: 38.6%

OL Zach Tom: 10.5%

CB Jack Jones: 9.7%


You guys really don’t want an edge player, huh? I kept the second and third place finishers from pick 154 and third place saw a big jump. Tight end is an underrated need for the Eagles because they have Dallas Goedert but their top backup behind him is Jack Stoll, who caught just four passes as a rookie. Behind him is Tyree Jackson, who is recovering from an ACL injury. Eagles tight ends coach Jason Michael was at the Iowa State pro day to watch Kolar, who was also pretty impressive at the Senior Bowl this year. Kolar (6-6, 252) put up big numbers for three seasons in college as a receiver. He needs more work as a blocker but he has the frame to do it.


5-166: Dominique Robinson, Edge, Miami (Ohio)

Edge Dominique Robinson: 44.4%

CB Josh Thompson: 19.6%

Edge Alex Wright: 18%

WR Reggie Roberson Jr.: 18%


OK, finally. I kept listing Robinson as an option because he was the next-best edge rusher on the board, although there’s something that’s very intriguing about Alex Wright from UAB. Anyway, Robinson is a fine pick and he’s another guy who has a good week at the Senior Bowl in Mobile. I heard the Eagles were impressed by him. Robinson is a naturally explosive athlete who is still ascending.


6-194: Obinna Eze, OT, TCU

OT Obinna Eze: 32.1%

S Reed Blankenship: 31.5%

WR Jalen Nailor: 23.2%

CB Matt Hankins: 13.1%


This last one was about as close as it gets. You guys took your second offensive lineman in the class, so you’re operating like you really are the Eagles. I’d be all for this pick. When you get to the sixth round, sometimes you just draft for traits and upside.


Eze was a three-year starter at Memphis and TCU but is still pretty raw. But he’s a 6-foot-6, 321-pound former basketball player who didn’t start playing football until his senior year of high school.


The native Nigerian came to the US to play basketball but found his better sport was football. A boom-or-bust prospect but in the sixth round, you can take some swings.

2022 NFL mock draft simulator | NFL mock draft giants 2022/23


2022 NFL Mock Draft Simulator

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nfl mock draft 2022 giants

This week’s mock draft tracker provides the closest overall race thus far for the New York Giants’ first selection in the 2022 NFL Draft, No. 5 overall.


Ikem Ekwonu, the North Carolina State offensive tackle, is again the player most often chosen for the Giants in our mock draft, with 12 of 45 mock drafts (26.7 percent) selecting him. Eleven mock drafters (24.4 percent), though, chose Alabama offensive tackle Evan Neal. Eight (17.8 percent) selected Misssissippi State offensive tackle Charles Cross.


Including two mock drafts that saw Northern Iowa’s Trevor Penning be the selection at No. 5, that made offensive tackle the choice in that spot for 33 of 45 mock drafters (73.3 percent). There is simply a wide variety of opinion on who the choice will be.


At No. 7, the clear preference is edge defender. Georgia’s Travon Walker was selected in nine mock drafts (20 percent) and Oregon’s Kayvon Thibodeaux was selected in eight. Cornerback Ahmad ‘Sauce’ Gardner of Cincinnati and edge defender Jermaine Johnson of Florida State were each chosen five times.


nfl draft round picks and nfl draft order 2022

The 2022 NFL draft will take place at Allegiant Stadium in Paradise, Nevada, home of the Las Vegas Raiders, with the first round slated for April 28. Rounds 2 and 3 will take place on April 29, while Rounds 4 through 7 will be on April 30. The draft will be broadcast on ESPN, ABC and the ESPN App.


Be sure to get ready for the draft with our latest prep content, including mock drafts and rankings from our analysts.


What follows is the full order for all seven rounds of the draft, as well as a breakdown of picks for each of the 32 teams. The draft will start with the Jacksonville Jaguars at No. 1 overall for the second year in a row and conclude with the San Francisco 49ers at No. 262 nearly 48 hours later. The New York Jets and New York Giants each have two picks among the top 10.


The Jaguars have the most picks (12), while the Chicago Bears, Washington Commanders, Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Carolina Panthers are tied for the fewest with six.


But the order and number of picks may change between now and the draft because of picks that may be transferred as the result of trades. But for now, here is the full seven-round draft order, from No. 1 to No. 262.

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NFL Round 1

1. Jacksonville Jaguars

2. Detroit Lions

3. Houston Texans

4. New York Jets

5. New York Giants

6 Carolina Panthers

7. New York Giants (from Chicago Bears)

8. Atlanta Falcons

9. Seattle Seahawks (from Denver Broncos)

10. New York Jets (from Seahawks)

11. Washington Commanders

12. Minnesota Vikings

13. Houston Texans (from Cleveland Browns)

14. Baltimore Ravens

15. Philadelphia Eagles (from Miami Dolphins)

16. Philadelphia (from Indianapolis Colts)

17. Los Angeles Chargers

18. New Orleans Saints

19. Philadelphia

20. Pittsburgh Steelers

21. New England Patriots

22. Green Bay Packers (from Las Vegas Raiders*)

23. Arizona Cardinals

24. Dallas Cowboys

25. Buffalo Bills

26. Tennessee Titans

27. Tampa Bay Buccaneers

28. Green Bay Packers

29. Kansas City Chiefs (from Miami Dolphins via San Francisco 49ers)

30. Kansas City Chiefs

31. Cincinnati Bengals

32. Detroit (from Los Angeles Rams)


NFL Round 2

33. Jacksonville

34. Detroit

35. New York Jets

36. New York Giants

37. Houston

38. New York Jets (from Carolina)

39. Chicago

40. Seattle (from Denver)

41. Seattle

42. Indianapolis (from Washington)

43. Atlanta

44. Cleveland

45. Baltimore

46. Minnesota

47. Washington (from Indianapolis)

48. Chicago (from Los Angeles Chargers)

49. New Orleans

50. Kansas City (from Miami)

51. Philadelphia

52. Pittsburgh

53. Green Bay (from Las Vegas*)

54. New England

55. Arizona

56. Dallas

57. Buffalo

58. Atlanta (from Tennessee)

59. Green Bay

60. Tampa Bay

61. San Francisco

62. Kansas City

63. Cincinnati

64. Denver (from Los Angeles Rams)


NFL Round 3

65. Jacksonville

66. Detroit

67. New York Giants

68. Houston

69. New York Jets

70. Jacksonville (from Carolina)

71. Chicago

72. Seattle

73. Indianapolis (from Washington)

74. Atlanta

75. Denver

76. Baltimore

77. Minnesota

78. Cleveland

79. Los Angeles Chargers

80. Houston (from New Orleans)

81. New York Giants (from Miami)

82. Atlanta (from Indianapolis)

83. Philadelphia

84. Pittsburgh

85. New England

86. Las Vegas

87. Arizona

88. Dallas

89. Buffalo

90. Tennessee

91. Tampa Bay

92. Green Bay

93. San Francisco

94. Kansas City

95. Cincinnati

96. Denver (from Los Angeles Rams)

97. Detroit (compensatory selection)

98. New Orleans (compensatory selection)

99. Cleveland (special compensatory selection)

100. Baltimore (special compensatory selection)

101. New Orleans (special compensatory selection)

102. Miami (from San Francisco; special compensatory selection)

103. Kansas City (special compensatory selection)

104. Los Angeles Rams (special compensatory selection)

105. San Francisco (special compensatory selection)


NFL Round 4

106. Jacksonville

107. Houston (from Cleveland via Detroit)

108. Houston

109. Seattle (from New York Jets)

110. Baltimore (from New York Giants)

111. New York Jets (from Carolina)

112. New York Giants (from Chicago)

113. Washington

114. Atlanta

115. Denver

116. Denver (from Seattle)

117. New York Jets (from Minnesota)

118. Cleveland

119. Baltimore

120. New Orleans

121. Kansas City (from Miami)

122. Indianapolis

123. Los Angeles Chargers

124. Philadelphia

125. Miami (from Pittsburgh)

126. Las Vegas

127. New England

128. Baltimore (from Arizona)

129. Dallas

130. Buffalo

131. Tennessee

132. Green Bay

133. Tampa Bay

134. San Francisco

135. Kansas City

136. Cincinnati

137. Carolina (from Los Angeles Rams through Houston)

138. Pittsburgh (compensatory selection)

139. Baltimore (compensatory selection)

140. Green Bay (compensatory selection)

141. Baltimore (compensatory selection)

142. Los Angles Rams (compensatory selection)

143. Tennessee (compensatory selection)


NLF Round 5

144. Carolina (from Jacksonville)

145. Denver (from Detroit)

146. New York Jets

147. New York Giants

148. Chicago (from Houston)

149. Carolina

150. Chicago

151. Atlanta

152. Seattle (from Denver)

153. Seattle

154. Philadelphia (from Washington)

155. Dallas (from Cleveland)

156. Minnesota (from Baltimore)

157. Jacksonville (from Minnesota)

158. Miami

159. Indianapolis

160. Los Angeles Chargers

161. New Orleans

162. Philadelphia

163. New York Jets (from Pittsburgh)

164. Las Vegas (from New England)

165. Las Vegas

166. Philadelphia (from Arizona)

167. Dallas

168. Buffalo

169. Tennessee

170. New England (from Tampa Bay)*

171. Green Bay

172. San Francisco

173. New York Giants (from Kansas City through Baltimore)

174. Cincinnati

175. Los Angeles Rams

176. Dallas (compensatory selection)

177. Detroit (compensatory selection)

178. Dallas (compensatory selection)

179. Indianapolis (compensatory selection)


nfl Round 6

180. Jacksonville

181. Detroit

182. New York Giants

183. Houston

184. Minnesota (from New York Jets)

185. Buffalo (from Carolina **)

186. Chicago

187. San Francisco (from Denver)

188. Jacksonville (from Seattle)

189. Washington

190. Atlanta

191. Minnesota (from Baltimore through Kansas City **)

192. Minnesota

193. Dallas (from Cleveland)

194. Philadelphia (from Indianapolis)

195. Los Angeles Chargers

196. Baltimore (from Miami)

197. Jacksonville (from Philadelphia)

198. Jacksonville (from Pittsburgh)

199. Carolina from (Las Vegas)

200. New England

201. Arizona

202. Cleveland (from Dallas)

203. Buffalo

204. Tennessee

205. Houston (from Green Bay)

206. Denver (from Tampa Bay through New York Jets and Philadelphia)

207. Houston (from San Francisco through New York Jets)

208. Pittsburgh (from Kansas City **)

209. Cincinnati

210. New England (from Los Angeles Rams)

211. Los Angeles Rams (compensatory selection)

212. Los Angeles Rams (compensatory selection)

213. Atlanta Falcons (compensatory selection)

214. Los Angeles Chargers (compensatory selection)

215. Arizona (compensatory selection)

216. Indianapolis (compensatory selection)

217. Detroit (compensatory selection)

218. Los Angeles Rams (compensatory selection)

219. Tennessee (compensatory selection)

220. San Francisco (compensatory selection)

221. San Francisco (compensatory selection)


NFL Round 7

222. Jacksonville

223. Cleveland (from Detroit)

224. Miami (from Houston through New England and Baltimore)

225. Pittsburgh (from New York Jets)

226. Cincinnati (from New York Giants)

227. Las Vegas (from Carolina)

228. Green Bay (from Chicago through Houston)

229. Seattle

230. Washington

231. Buffalo (from Atlanta)

232. Denver

233. Kansas City (from Minnesota)

234. Detroit (from Cleveland)

235. Jacksonville (from Baltimore)

236. Los Angeles Chargers

237. New Orleans

238. Los Angeles Rams (from Miami)

239. Indianapolis

240. Washington (from Philadelphia through Indianapolis)

241. Pittsburgh

242. Carolina (from New England through Miami)

243. Kansas City (from Las Vegas through New England)

244. Arizona

245. Houston (from Dallas)

246. Cleveland (from Buffalo)

247. Miami (from Tennessee)

248. Tampa Bay

249. Green Bay

250. Minnesota (from San Francisco through Denver)

251. Kansas City

252. Cincinnati

253. Los Angeles Rams

254. Los Angeles Chargers (compensatory selection)

255. Los Angeles Chargers (compensatory selection)

256. Arizona (compensatory selection)

257. Arizona (compensatory selection)

258. Green Bay (compensatory selection)

259. Kansas City (compensatory selection)

260. Los Angeles Chargers (compensatory selection)

261. Tampa Bay (compensatory selection)

262. San Francisco (compensatory selection)


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Arizona Cardinals (8 picks)

Round 1: No. 23

Round 2: No. 55

Round 3: No. 87

Round 6: No. 201

Round 6: No. 215 (compensatory selection)

Round 7: No. 244

Round 7: No. 256 (compensatory selection)

Round 7: No. 257 (compensatory selection)


Atlanta Falcons (9 picks)

Round 1: No. 8

Round 2: No. 43

Round 2: No. 58 (from Tennessee)

Round 3: No. 74

Round 3: No. 82 (from Indianapolis)

Round 4: No. 114

Round 5: No. 151

Round 6: No. 190

Round 6: No. 213 (compensatory selection)


Baltimore Ravens (10 picks)

Round 1: No. 14

Round 2: No. 45

Round 3: No. 76

Round 3: No. 100 (special compensatory selection)

Round 4: No. 110 from New York Giants

Round 4: No. 119

Round 4: No. 128 (from Arizona)

Round 4: No. 139 (compensatory selection)

Round 4: No. 141 (compensatory selection)

Round 6: No. 196 (from Miami)


Buffalo Bills (9 picks)

Round 1: No. 25

Round 2: No. 57

Round 3: No. 89

Round 4: No. 130

Round 5: No. 168

Round 6: 185 (from Carolina, conditional)

Round 6: No. 203

Round 7: No. 231 (from Atlanta)

Round 7: No. 246


Carolina Panthers (6 picks)

Round 1: No. 6

Round 4: No. 137 (from L.A. Rams through Houston)

Round 5: No. 144 (from Jacksonville)

Round 5: 149

Round 6: No. 199 (from Las Vegas)

Round 7: No. 242 (from New England through Miami)


Chicago Bears (6 picks)

Round 2: No. 39

Round 2: No 48 (from L.A. Chargers)

Round 3: No. 71

Round 5: No. 148 (from Houston)

Round 5: No. 150

Round 6: No. 186


Cincinnati Bengals (8 picks)

Round 1: No. 31

Round 2: No. 63

Round 3: No. 95

Round 4: No. 136

Round 5: No. 174

Round 6: No. 209

Round 7: No. 226 (from New York Giants)

Round 7: No. 252


Cleveland Browns (7 picks)

Round 2: No. 44

Round 3: No. 78

Round 3: No. 99 (special compensatory selection)

Round 4: No. 107 (from Detroit)

Round 4: No. 118

Round 6: No. 202 (from Dallas)

Round 7: No. 223 (from Detroit)


Dallas Cowboys (9 picks)

Round 1: No. 24

Round 2: No. 56

Round 3: No. 88

Round 4: No. 129

Round 5: No. 155 (from Cleveland)

Round 5: No. 167

Round 5: No. 176 (compensatory selection)

Round 5: No. 178 (compensatory selection)

Round 6: No. 193 (from Cleveland)


Denver Broncos (10 picks)

Round 1: No. 9

Round 2: No. 40

Round 2: No. 64 (from L.A. Rams)

Round 3: No. 75

Round 3: No. 96 (from L.A. Rams)

Round 4: No. 115

Round 5: No. 145 (from Detroit)

Round 5: No. 152

Round 6: No. 206 (from Tampa Bay through N.Y. Jets and Philadelphia)

Round 7: No. 232


Detroit Lions (9 picks)

Round 1: No. 2

Round 1: No. 32 (from L.A. Rams)

Round 2: No. 34

Round 3: No. 66

Round 3: No. 97 (compensatory selection)

Round 5: No. 177 (compensatory selection)

Round 6: No. 181

Round 6: No. 217 (compensatory selection)

Round 7: No. 234 (from Cleveland)


Green Bay Packers (11 picks)

Round 1: No. 22 (from Las Vegas*)

Round 1: No. 28

Round 2: No. 53 (from Las Vegas*)

Round 2: No. 59

Round 3: No. 92

Round 4: No. 132

Round 4: No. 140 (compensatory selection)

Round 5: No. 171

Round 7: No. 228 (from Chicago through Houston)

Round 7: No. 249

Round 7: No. 258 (compensatory selection)


Houston Texans (10 picks)

Round 1: No. 3

Round 1: No. 13 (from Cleveland)

Round 2: No. 37

Round 3: No. 68

Round 3: No. 80 (from New Orleans)

Round 4: No. 108

Round 6: No. 183

Round 6: No. 205 (from Green Bay)

Round 6: No. 207 (from San Francisco through the N.Y. Jets)

Round 7: No. 245 (from Dallas)


Indianapolis Colts (7 picks)

Round 2: No. 42

Round 3: No. 73 (from Washington)

Round 4: No. 122

Round 5: No. 159

Round 5: No. 179 (compensatory selection)

Round 6: No. 216 (compensatory selection)

Round 7: No. 239


Jacksonville Jaguars (12 picks)

Round 1: No. 1

Round 2: No. 33

Round 3: No. 65

Round 3: No. 70 (from Carolina)

Round 4: No. 106

Round 5: No. 157 (from Minnesota)

Round 6: No. 180

Round 6: No. 188 (from Seattle)

Round 6: No. 197 (from Philadelphia)

Round 6: No. 198 (from Pittsburgh)

Round 7: No. 222

Round 7: No. 235 (from Baltimore)


Kansas City Chiefs (12 picks)

Round 1: No. 29 (from Miami)

Round 1: No. 30

Round 2: No. 50 (from Miami)

Round 2: No. 62

Round 3: No. 94

Round 3: No. 103 (special compensatory selection)

Round 4: No. 121 (from Miami)

Round 4: No. 135

Round 7: No. 233 (from Minnesota)

Round 7: No. 243 (from Las Vegas through New England)

Round 7: No. 251

Round 7: No. 259 (compensatory selection)


Las Vegas Raiders (5 picks)

Round 3: No. 86

Round 4: No. 126

Round 5: No. 164 (from New England)

Round 5: No. 165

Round 7: No. 227 (from Carolina)


Los Angeles Chargers (10 picks)

Round 1: No. 17

Round 3: No. 79

Round 4: No. 123

Round 5: No. 160

Round 6: No. 195

Round 6: No. 214 (compensatory selection)

Round 7: No. 236

Round 7: No. 254 (compensatory selection)

Round 7: No. 255 (compensatory selection)

Round 7: No. 260 (compensatory selection)


Los Angeles Rams (8 picks)

Round 3: No. 104 (special compensatory selection)

Round 4: No. 142 (compensatory selection)

Round 5: No. 175

Round 6: No. 211 (compensatory selection)

Round 6: No. 212 (compensatory selection)

Round 6: No. 218 (compensatory selection)

Round 7: No. 238

Round 7: No. 253


Miami Dolphins (5 picks)

Round 3: No. 102 (from San Francisco, special compensatory selection)

Round 4: No. 125 (from Pittsburgh)

Round 5: No. 158

Round 7: No. 224 (from Houston through New England and Baltimore)

Round 7: No. 247 (from Tennessee)


Minnesota Vikings (8 picks)

Round 1: No. 12

Round 2: No. 46

Round 3: No. 77

Round 5: No. 156 (from Baltimore)

Round 6: No. 184 (from N.Y. Jets)

Round 6: No. 191 (from Baltimore through K.C., conditional)

Round 6: No. 192

Round 7: No. 250 (from San Francisco through Denver)


New England Patriots (7 picks)

Round 1: No. 21

Round 2: No. 54

Round 3: No. 85

Round 4: No. 127

Round 5: No. 170 (from Tampa Bay)

Round 6: No. 200

Round 6: No. 210 (from L.A. Rams)


New Orleans Saints (7 picks)

Round 1: No. 18

Round 2: No. 49

Round 3: No. 98 (compensatory selection)

Round 3: No. 101 (special compensatory selection)

Round 4: No. 120

Round 5: No. 161

Round 7: No. 237


New York Giants (9 picks)

Round 1: No. 5

Round 1: No. 7 (from Chicago)

Round 2: No. 36

Round 3: No. 67

Round 3: No. 81 (from Miami)

Round 4: No. 112 (from Chicago)

Round 5: No. 147

Round 5: No. 173 (from Kansas City through Baltimore)

Round 6: No. 182


New York Jets (9 picks)

Round 1: No. 4

Round 1: No. 10 (from Seattle)

Round 2: No 35

Round 2: No. 38 (from Carolina)

Round 3: No. 69

Round 4: No. 111 (from Carolina)

Round 4: No. 117 (from Minnesota)

Round 5: No. 146

Round 5: No. 163 (from Pittsburgh)


Philadelphia Eagles (10 picks)

Round 1: No. 15 (from Miami)

Round 1: No. 16 (from Indianapolis)

Round 1: No. 19

Round 2: No. 51

Round 3: No. 83

Round 4: No. 124

Round 5: No. 154 (from Washington)

Round 5: No. 162

Round 5: No. 166 (from Arizona)

Round 6: 194 (from Indianapolis)


Pittsburgh Steelers (7 picks)

Round 1: No. 20

Round 2: No. 52

Round 3: No. 84

Round 4: No. 138 (compensatory selection)

Round 6: No. 208 (from Kansas City, conditional)

Round 7: No. 225 (from N.Y. Jets)

Round 7: No. 241


San Francisco 49ers (9 picks)

Round 2: No. 61

Round 3: No. 93

Round 3: No. 105 (special compensatory selection)

Round 4: No. 134

Round 5: No. 172

Round 6: No. 187 (from Denver)

Round 6: No. 220 (compensatory selection)

Round 6: No. 221 (compensatory selection)

Round 7: No. 262 (compensatory selection)


Seattle Seahawks (8 picks)

Round 1: No. 9 (from Denver)

Round 2: No. 40 (from Denver)

Round 2: No. 41

Round 3: No. 72

Round 4: No. 109 (from N.Y. Jets)

Round 5: No. 152 (from Denver)

Round 5: No. 153

Round 7: No. 229


Tampa Bay Buccaneers (6 picks)

Round 1: No. 27

Round 2: No. 60

Round 3: No. 91

Round 4: No. 133

Round 7: No. 248

Round 7: No. 261 (compensatory selection)


Tennessee Titans (7 picks)

Round 1: No. 26

Round 3: No. 90

Round 4: No. 131

Round 4: No. 143 (compensatory selection)

Round 5: No. 169

Round 6: No. 204

Round 6: No. 219 (compensatory selection)


Washington Commanders (6 picks)

Round 1: No. 11

Round 2: No. 47 (from Indianapolis)

Round 4: No. 113

Round 6: No. 189

Round 7: No. 230

Round 7: NO. 240 (from Philadelphia through Indianapolis)


When did free agency start in the NFL?

The NFL’s current free agency system was introduced on March 1, 1993. Exclusive-rights free agents (ERFAs) are players with two or fewer seasons of service time and whose contracts have expired. 


NFL Free agency officially begins at the start of the new league year, which is March 16 at 1 p.m. ET.


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Agents for pending free-agent players, however, are permitted to negotiate with prospective teams beginning March 14 at noon ET

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