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2010 NFL Draft
General Information
Date(s) April 22-24, 2010
Time 7:30 PM US EDT April 22 (RD 1)
6:30 PM US EDT April 23 (RD 2-3)
10:00 AM US EDT April 24 (RD 4-7)
Location Radio City Music Hall
New York City, New York
Network(s) (US) ESPN and NFL Network
Picks
First selection TBA
Mr. Irrelevant TBA
Fewest selections TBA
Most selections TBA
Overall selections 255
NFL Draft
 < 2009  

The 2010 NFL Draft will be the 75th annual meeting of National Football League (NFL) franchises to select newly eligible football players. Unlike previous years, the 2010 draft will take place over three days, at Radio City Music Hall in New York City, with the first round on Thursday, April 22, 2010, at 7:30pm US EDT. The second and third rounds will take place on Friday, April 23 starting at 6:30 PM EDT, while the final four rounds will be held on Saturday, April 24 commencing at 10:00 AM EDT.[1] Coverage will be provided by both NFL Network and ESPN. The St. Louis Rams, as the 2009 season's worst team, hold the right to the first overall pick.

Contents

Early entrants

There was wide speculation that the 2010 NFL Draft would have a very large number of early entrants due to a possible rookie pay scale to be imposed starting with the 2011 NFL Draft.[2][3][4][5] Eligible underclassmen projected as top NFL prospects risked losing millions of contractually-guaranteed dollars if they did not declare for the draft the year before a new CBA could be reached. The early entry deadline was January 15. After the early entry deadline had passed, it was confirmed that the 2010 NFL Draft would have fifty-three non-seniors, tying a draft record for the most non-seniors ever.[6]

Changes in draft order

At the 2009 annual owners meeting, NFL owners unanimously approved changes to the order for assigning draft picks, starting with the 2010 draft.[59]

The new format took into account the seeding of playoff teams. The two major changes from previous years were:

  • Teams that make the playoffs pick after teams that do not. In 2008, the San Diego Chargers made the playoffs, but picked 16th overall in the 2009 Draft, ahead of several non-playoff teams, including the New York Jets, who had the 17th pick, and the New England Patriots, who had the 23rd pick.
  • Teams that advance further in the playoffs pick later. In 2008, the Chargers, who went 8–8 in the regular season, defeated the 12–4 Indianapolis Colts in the AFC Wild Card game, but, nevertheless, the Chargers picked 16th while the Colts were assigned the 27th overall pick according to the rules then in effect, which prioritized regular season record for all teams except those in the Super Bowl.

The new order assigns picks for each round as indicated in the table below. With the exception of the changes noted above, the order will generally follow that used in previous years (i.e., within a given status, teams with worse regular-season records will pick earlier in the first round, and picks will cycle from round to round among teams that are tied).

Status Draft picks
Non-playoff teams 1-20
Eliminated in Wild Card round 21-24
Eliminated in Divisional round 25-28
Eliminated in Conference Championships 29-30
Super Bowl losing team 31
Super Bowl champion 32

Other official changes

On July 23, 2009, the NFL announced that the 2010 Draft would adopt a three-day format, with the first three rounds held during prime time. The first round will be held on Thursday, April 22; the second and third rounds will take place on Friday, April 23; and the last four rounds are scheduled for Saturday, April 24. The draft will still be televised by both ESPN and the NFL Network and take place at Radio City Music Hall in New York.[60] NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell said in his blog, before the new schedule was adopted, that "We think it can be very appealing from a fan’s standpoint and an audience standpoint."[61]

Player selection

Three coin tosses were necessary to establish the final order: Jacksonville, Tennessee, and Atlanta won their respective flips over Denver, Carolina, and Houston, respectively.[62]

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First round

Pick # NFL Team Player Position College
1 St. Louis Rams
2 Detroit Lions
3 Tampa Bay Buccaneers
4 Washington Redskins
5 Kansas City Chiefs
6 Seattle Seahawks
7 Cleveland Browns
8 Oakland Raiders
9 Buffalo Bills
10 Jacksonville Jaguars
11 Denver Broncos(from Chicago)
12 Miami Dolphins
13 San Francisco 49ers
14 Seattle Seahawks(from Denver)
15 New York Giants
16 Tennessee Titans
17 San Francisco 49ers(from Carolina)
18 Pittsburgh Steelers
19 Atlanta Falcons
20 Houston Texans
21 Cincinnati Bengals
22 New England Patriots
23 Green Bay Packers
24 Philadelphia Eagles
25 Baltimore Ravens
26 Arizona Cardinals
27 Dallas Cowboys
28 San Diego Chargers
29 New York Jets
30 Minnesota Vikings
31 Indianapolis Colts
32 New Orleans Saints

Second round

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

Third round

Pick # NFL Team Player Position College
65 St. Louis Rams
66 Detroit Lions
67 Tampa Bay Buccaneers
-- Washington Redskins selection forfeited due to use of 3rd round selection in 2009 Supplemental Draft[63]
68 Kansas City Chiefs
69 Oakland Raiders
70 Philadelphia Eagles(from Seattle)
71 Cleveland Browns
72 Buffalo Bills
73 Miami Dolphins
74 Jacksonville Jaguars
75 Chicago Bears
76 New York Giants
77 Tennessee Titans
78 Carolina Panthers
79 San Francisco 49ers
80 Denver Broncos
81 Houston Texans
82 Pittsburgh Steelers
83 Atlanta Falcons
84 Cincinnati Bengals
85 Cleveland Browns(from New England via Oakland)
86 Green Bay Packers
87 Philadelphia Eagles
88 Arizona Cardinals(from Baltimore)
89 Arizona Cardinals
90 Dallas Cowboys
91 San Diego Chargers
92 Cleveland Browns (from New York Jets)
93 Minnesota Vikings
94 Indianapolis Colts
95 New Orleans Saints

Fourth round

Exact numbers of the selections are not yet known due to compensatory selections from round three yet to be awarded.

Pick # NFL Team Player Position College
St. Louis Rams
Detroit Lions
Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Kansas City Chiefs
Washington Redskins
Seattle Seahawks
Cleveland Browns
Oakland Raiders
Buffalo Bills
Jacksonville Jaguars
Chicago Bears
Miami Dolphins
Tennessee Titans
Carolina Panthers
San Francisco 49ers
Denver Broncos
New York Giants
Pittsburgh Steelers
Atlanta Falcons
Houston Texans
New England Patriots
Cincinnati Bengals
Philadelphia Eagles
Green Bay Packers
Arizona Cardinals(from Baltimore)
New York Jets (from Arizona)
Dallas Cowboys
San Diego Chargers
Seattle Seahawks (from New York Jets via Philadelphia)
Minnesota Vikings
Indianapolis Colts
New Orleans Saints

Fifth round

Exact numbers of the selections are not yet known due to compensatory selections from rounds three and four yet to be awarded.

Pick # NFL Team Player Position College
St. Louis Rams
Atlanta Falcons(from Detroit)
Cleveland Browns(from Tampa Bay)
Washington Redskins
Kansas City Chiefs
Cleveland Browns
Oakland Raiders
Seattle Seahawks
Buffalo Bills
Chicago Bears
Kansas City Chiefs(from Miami)
Jacksonville Jaguars
Kansas City Chiefs(from Carolina)
San Francisco 49ers
Cleveland Browns(from Denver via Detroit)
New York Giants
Tennessee Titans
Detroit Lions(from Atlanta)
Houston Texans
Pittsburgh Steelers
Cincinnati Bengals
Tampa Bay Buccaneers(from New England)
Green Bay Packers
St. Louis Rams(from Philadelphia)
Baltimore Ravens
Baltimore Ravens(from Arizona)
New England Patriots(from Dallas via Denver)
San Diego Chargers
Cleveland Browns (from New York Jets)
Minnesota Vikings
Indianapolis Colts
New York Jets(from New Orleans via Philadelphia)

Sixth round

Exact numbers of the selections are not yet known due to compensatory selections from rounds three through five yet to be awarded.

Pick # NFL Team Player Position College
St. Louis Rams
Atlanta Falcons(from Detroit)
Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Miami Dolphins(from Kansas City)
Miami Dolphins(from Washington)
Carolina Panthers(from Oakland)
Seattle Seahawks
Cleveland Browns
Buffalo Bills
Miami Dolphins
Jacksonville Jaguars
Chicago Bears
San Francisco 49ers
Cleveland Browns(from Denver)
New York Giants
Tennessee Titans
Cleveland Browns(from Carolina)
Houston Texans
Pittsburgh Steelers
Atlanta Falcons
New England Patriots
Cincinnati Bengals
Buffalo Bills(from Philadelphia)
Green Bay Packers
Baltimore Ravens
Arizona Cardinals
Dallas Cowboys
Houston Texans(from San Diego)
New York Jets
Minnesota Vikings
Philadelphia Eagles(from Indianapolis)
New Orleans Saints

Seventh round

Exact numbers of the selections are not yet known due to compensatory selections from rounds three through six yet to be awarded.

Pick # NFL Team Player Position College
St. Louis Rams
Buffalo Bills (from Detroit)
Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Washington Redskins
Miami Dolphins(from Kansas City)
Seattle Seahawks
Detroit Lions(from Cleveland)
Oakland Raiders
Buffalo Bills
Tampa Bay Buccaneers(from Jacksonville)
Chicago Bears
Miami Dolphins
Denver Broncos
New York Giants
Tennessee Titans
Carolina Panthers
San Francisco 49ers
Pittsburgh Steelers
St. Louis Rams(from Atlanta)
Houston Texans
Cincinnati Bengals
New England Patriots(from New England via Denver)
Green Bay Packers
New England Patriots(from Philadelphia)
Tampa Bay Buccaneers(from Baltimore)
Arizona Cardinals
Dallas Cowboys
San Diego Chargers
New York Jets
Minnesota Vikings
Indianapolis Colts
New Orleans Saints
255

Pre-draft trades

First round

  • #11: Chicago to Denver. Chicago traded this selection, its 2009 first- (18th overall; Denver selected Robert Ayers) and third-round selections (84th overall; traded to Pittsburgh, who selected Mike Wallace), and quarterback Kyle Orton to Denver for quarterback Jay Cutler and a 2009 fifth-round selection (140th overall, Chicago selected Johnny Knox).
  • #14: Denver to Seattle. Denver traded this selection for Seattle's 2009 second-round selection (37th overall; Denver selected Alphonso Smith).
  • #17: Carolina to San Francisco. Carolina traded this selection for San Francisco's 2009 second-round selection (43rd overall; Carolina selected Everette Brown) and its 2009 fourth-round selection (111th overall; Carolina selected Mike Goodson).

Second round

  • #42: Chicago to Tampa Bay. Chicago traded this selection to Tampa Bay for defensive end Gaines Adams.
  • #44: Jacksonville to New England. Jacksonville traded this selection and its 2009 seventh-round selection to New England for the first of New England's 2009 third-round selections (73rd overall; Jacksonville selected Derek Cox).
  • #47: Tennessee to New England. Tennessee traded this selection to New England for the third of New England's 2009 third-round selections (89th overall; Tennessee selected Jared Cook).
  • #50: Atlanta to Kansas City. Atlanta traded this selection to Kansas City for tight end Tony Gonzalez.

Third round

  • #70: Seattle to Philadelphia. Seattle traded this selection and its 2009 fifth- (137th overall; after other trades, Baltimore selected Jason Phillips) and seventh-round selections (213th overall; Philadelphia selected Paul Fanaika) for Philadelphia's 2009 third-round selection (91st overall; Seattle selected Deon Butler).
  • #85: New England to Oakland. New England traded this selection and its fifth-round selection to Oakland for defensive end Derrick Burgess.[64]
  • Oakland to Cleveland. Oakland traded this selection to Cleveland for defensive end Kamerion Wimbley.[65]
  • #88: Baltimore to Arizona. Baltimore traded this selection and its 2010 fourth-round selection to Arizona for WR Anquan Boldin and Arizona's 2010 fifth-round selection.
  • #92: New York Jets to Cleveland. New York traded this selection, its fifth-round selection, wide receiver Chansi Stuckey and linebacker Jason Trusnik to Cleveland for wide receiver Braylon Edwards.
  • Washington (forfeit). Washington used a third-round selection in the 2009 Supplemental Draft to choose defensive end Jeremy Jarmon,[63] so it will not have a third-round selection in the 2010 Draft.

Fourth round

  • Baltimore to Arizona. Baltimore traded this selection and its 2010 third-round selection to Arizona for WR Anquan Boldin and Arizona's 2010 fifth-round selection.
  • Arizona to New York Jets. Arizona traded this selection and its 2011 seventh-round selection to New York for S Kerry Rhodes.
  • New York Jets to Philadelphia. New York traded a 2009 fifth-round selection and a 2010 fourth-round selection to Philadelphia for CB Lito Sheppard. Sheppard was released by the Jets on March 4, so Philadelphia also sent a 2010 fifth-round selection to New York.[66]

Fifth round

  • Arizona to Baltimore. Arizona traded this selection and WR Anquan Boldin to Baltimore for Baltimore's 2010 third-round and fourth-round selections.
  • Dallas to Denver. Dallas traded its fifth-round selection to Denver for guard Montrae Holland.[67]
  • Denver to Detroit. Denver traded its 2010 fifth-round selection and a 2009 seventh-round selection (#235 overall, used to select Zack Follett) to Detroit for a 2009 sixth-round selection (1st selection in round six, #174 overall, used to select Tom Brandstater). [68]
  • Detroit to Cleveland. Detroit traded its fifth round pick to Cleveland for DE Corey Williams and a seventh-round pick.[69]
  • Denver to New England. Denver traded its fifth-round selection to New England for defensive lineman Le Kevin Smith and New England's seventh-round selection, which was later traded back to New England.
  • New England to Tampa Bay. New England traded its fifth-round selection to Tampa Bay for tight end Alex Smith.
  • New Orleans to Philadelphia. New Orleans traded its 2010 fifth-round selection and a 2009 seventh-round selection (#222 overall, later traded to Indianapolis used to select Pat McAfee) to Philadelphia for a 2009 fifth-round selection (#164 overall, used to select Thomas Morstead).
  • New York Jets to Cleveland. New York traded its fifth-round pick, as well as a third-round pick, WR Chansi Stuckey, and LB Jason Trusnik, to Cleveland for WR Braylon Edwards.
  • Tampa Bay to Cleveland. Tampa Bay traded its 2010 fifth-round selection and its 2009 second-round selection (50th overall, used to select Mohamed Massaquoi) to Cleveland for tight end Kellen Winslow II.
  • Carolina to Kansas City. Carolina traded its 2010 fifth-round selection to Kansas City for defensive end Tank Tyler.
  • Miami to Kansas City. Miami traded its fifth-round selection to Kansas City for quarterback Tyler Thigpen.[70]
  • Philadelphia to St. Louis. Philadelphia traded its fifth-round selection and wide receiver Brandon Gibson to St. Louis for linebacker Will Witherspoon.
  • Detroit to Atlanta. Detroit traded its fifth-round selection and sixth-round selection to Atlanta for cornerback Chris Houston and Atlanta's fifth-round selection. [71]
  • New York Jets to Philadelphia. (see fourth-round trade above)

Sixth round

  • Carolina to Cleveland: Carolina traded its 2010 sixth-round selection to Cleveland for DT Louis Leonard.
  • Indianapolis to Philadelphia. Indianapolis traded its 2010 sixth-round selection to Philadelphia for a 2009 seventh-round selection (#222 overall, used to select Pat McAfee).
  • Oakland to Carolina. Oakland traded its 2010 sixth-round selection and a 2009 seventh-round selection (#216 overall, used to select Captain Munnerlyn) to Carolina for a 2009 sixth-round selection (#202 overall, used to select Brandon Myers).
  • Philadelphia to Buffalo. Philadelphia traded its 2010 sixth-round selection and 2009 first- (later traded to Carolina, 28th overall used to select Eric Wood) and fourth-round (121st overall, used to select Shawn Nelson) selections to Buffalo for tackle Jason Peters.
  • San Diego to Houston. San Diego traded its 2010 sixth-round selection to Houston for defensive lineman Travis Johnson.
  • Washington to Miami. Washington traded its 2010 sixth-round selection and 2009 second-round selection (44th overall, used to select Pat White) to Miami for defensive end Jason Taylor.
  • Kansas City to Miami. Kansas City traded its 2010 sixth-round selection to Miami for OL Andy Alleman and Ikechuku Ndukwe
  • Detroit to Atlanta. (see fifth-round trade above)

Seventh round

  • Atlanta to St. Louis: Atlanta traded its 2010 seventh-round selection to the Rams for Tye Hill.
  • Cleveland to Detroit. (see fifth round trade above)
  • Green Bay to New York Jets (returned): Green Bay traded its 2010 seventh-round selection and quarterback Brett Favre to the Jets for the Jets' 2009 third-round selection. The Jets acquired this pick as part of the conditional agreement of the trade in which Favre's performance resulted in the Packers receiving the Jets' 2009 third-round selection, coupled with Favre retiring after the 2008 season. However, this pick has been returned to the Packers. [72][73]
  • Jacksonville to Tampa Bay: Jacksonville traded its 2010 seventh-round draft choice to Tampa Bay for quarterback Luke McCown.[74]
  • Kansas City to Miami: Kansas City traded its 2010 seventh-round selection to Miami for Miami's 2009 seventh-round selection (237th overall, used to select Jake O'Connell).[75]
  • New England to Denver (returned): New England traded its 2010 seventh-round selection and Le Kevin Smith to the Broncos for their 2010 fifth-round selection. Denver then traded the selection back to New England for offensive lineman Russ Hochstein.
  • Philadelphia to New England. Philadelphia traded its 2010 seventh-round selection and wide receiver Greg Lewis to New England for New England's 2009 fifth-round selection (159th overall, used to select Fenuki Tupou).
  • Baltimore to Tampa Bay: The Ravens traded a 7th round selection in 2009 and 2010 to Tampa Bay for DE Marques Douglas.[76]
  • Detroit to Buffalo: Detroit traded their original 2010 seventh round pick to Buffalo for safety Ko Simpson. [77]

Conditional/undetermined

  • New England to Baltimore: New England conditionally traded its 2010 seventh-round draft selection to Baltimore for LB Prescott Burgess.[78] The Patriots released Burgess shortly after their game against Baltimore, and was claimed off waivers by Baltimore. The trade was thus nullified, as Burgess did not meet the condition for playing time.[79]
  • Carolina to Green Bay: In April, 2009, Carolina traded a future conditional draft pick (presumed to be a 2010, seventh-round selection) to the Green Bay Packers for LS J. J. Jansen. Jansen subsequently made the Panthers' roster, playing in every game of the 2009 season.[80]

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