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2012 NFL Draft: Round 4 Coverage

The first three rounds of the NFL Draft are in the books and only one day remains. Here's a recap of the picks in Round 1, Round 2, Round 3, and Round 5.

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2012 NFL Draft Results: Full List Of Round 4 Picks

The 4th round of the draft is all about depth. Teams select the players they think can eventually step in and become starters or at least useful role players that specialize in one situation or another. Occasionally, teams find a jewel in the 4th round.

More analysis of each pick in the 4th round is available here.

A complete list of picks from the 4th round of the 2012 NFL Draft is below.

96. St. Louis Rams - Chris Givens, WR, Wake Forest
97. Miami Dolphins - Lamar Miller, RB, Miami
98. Baltimore Ravens - Gino Gradkowski, G, Delaware
99. Houston Texans - Ben Jones, C, Georgia
100. Cleveland Browns - Travis Benjamin, WR, Miami
101. Denver Broncos - Omar Bolden, CB, Arizona State
102. Washington Redskins - Kirk Cousins, QB, Michigan State
103. Carolina Panthers - Frank Alexander, DE, Oklahoma
104. Carolina Panthers - Joe Adams, WR, Arkansas
105. Buffalo Bills - Nigel Bradham, LB, Florida State
106. Seattle Seahawks - Robert Turbin, RB, Utah State
107. Kansas City Chiefs - Devon Wylie, WR, Fresno State
108. Denver Broncos - Philip Blake, C, Baylor
109. Pittsburgh Steelers - Alameda Ta'amu, DT, Baylor
110. San Diego Chargers - Ladarius Green, TE, UL-Lafayette
111. Chicago Bears - Evan Rodriguez, TE/FB, Temple
112. Arizona Cardinals - Bobby Massie, OT, Ole Miss
113. Dallas Cowboys - Kyle Wilber, OLB, Wake Forest
114. Seattle Seahawks - Jaye Howard, DT, Florida
115. Tennessee Titans - Coty Sensabaugh, CB, Clemson
116. Cincinnati Bengals - Orson Charles, TE, Georgia
117. San Francisco 49ers - Joe Looney, G, Wake Forest
118. Minnesota Vikings - Jarius Wright, WR, Arkansas
119. Washington Redskins - Keenan Robinson, OLB, Texas
120. Cleveland Browns - James-Michael Johnson, MLB, Nevada
121. Houston Texans - Keshawn Martin, WR, Michigan State
122. New Orleans Saints - Nick Toon, WR, Wisconsin
123. Philadelphia Eagles - Brandon Boykin, CB, Georgia
124. Buffalo Bills - Ron Brooks, CB, LSU
125. Detroit Lions - Ronnell Lewis, DE/OLB, Oklahoma
126. Houston Texans - Jared Crick, DT, Nebraska
127. New York Giants - Adrien Robinson, TE, Cincinnati
128. Minnesota Vikings - Rhett Ellison, TE/FB, Southern California
129. Oakland Raiders - Miles Burris, OLB, San Diego State
130. Baltimore Ravens - Christian Thompson, S, South Carolina State
131. New York Giants - Brandon Mosley, OT, Auburn
132. Green Bay Packers - Mike Daniels, DT, Iowa
133. Green Bay Packers - Jerron McMillian, S, Maine
134. Minnesota Vikings - Greg Childs, WR, Arkansas
135. Dallas Cowboys - Matt Johnson, S, Eastern Washington

Check out SB Nation's Mocking The Draft for more news on the draft picks and here are our previous NFL Draft grades for day one and day two.

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2012 NFL Draft Results: Minnesota Vikings Select Greg Childs With 134th Pick

The next round of picks of the 4th round of the 2012 NFL Draft are in. The Green Bay Packers decided to use their compensatory pick on undersized defensive tackle from the Iowa Hawkeyes Mike Daniels. In college, Daniels was always known as a tenacious player with a motor that didn't stop and an over achiever.

The Minnesota Vikings took a flyer on Arkansas wide receiver Greg Childs who was considered a potential high-round draft pick before dealing with injuries at the college level.

131. New York Giants: Auburn OT Brandon Mosley, 6'5, 341 pounds

Mocking The Draft on Mosley:

Strengths: Has excellent athleticism for the position. Plays with great effort and gets the most out of his ability. Possesses plus lateral agility and is a weapon when he can get to the second level and block. Started all 13 games in 2011, 12 at right tackle and one at left tackle. Invited to the Senior Bowl. Incredible development upside.

Weaknesses: Speed rushers can routinely get past Mosley working either to the outside or inside. He's still learning angles and technique in pass blocking and needs to keep his hands higher. Minimal experience. Mosley is a junior college recruit who was initially came to Auburn as a tight end.

132. Green Bay Packers: Iowa DT Mike Daniels, 6', 291 pounds

133. Green Bay Packers: Maine SS Jeron McMillian, 5'11, 203 pounds

134. Minnesota Vikings: Arkansas WR Greg Childs, 6'3, 219 pounds

135. Dallas Cowboys: Eastern Washington DB Matt Johnson, 6'1, 212 pounds

Results from the 1st round of the 2012 NFL Draft can be found here, 2nd round results are available here, and 3rd round results can be found here. For more player rankings and draft information, check out Mocking the Draft.

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2012 NFL Draft Results: Vikings Select USC FB Rhett Ellison With 4th Round Pick

The fourth round of the 2012 NFL Draft is nearing its end. Saturday's selections are flying fast and furious, with the teams beginning to look toward the truly under-the-radar selections. The Minnesota Vikings, for example, have selected USC fullback Rhett Ellison, a massive player who they're hoping will beef up their backfield.

126. Houston Texans: Nebraska Cornhuskers defensive tackle Jared Crick, 6'4, 279 pounds

Mocking The Draft on Crick:

Strengths: Has optimum length for a defensive lineman and knows how to use it. A college tackle who may be best playing left defensive end in the NFL. His speed and quickness would be considered exemplary for a 3-4 end or 4-3 tackle. Give good effort.

Weaknesses: Crick has trouble anchoring in the run game and will get overpowered by bigger guards. Doesn't have great shedding ability. Solely a three-technique under tackle in a 4-3 system. Best season came when he lined up next to Ndamukong Suh. Injuries issues. Missed most of senior season with a torn pectoral muscle and spring practice in 2011 with a knee injury.

127. New York Giants: Cincinnati Bearcats tight end Adrien Robinson, 6'4, 264 pounds

128. Minnesota Vikings: USC Trojans fullback Rhett Ellison, 6'5, 251 pounds

129. Oakland Raiders: San Diego St. Aztecs outside linebacker Miles Burris, 6'2, 246 pounds

130. Baltimore Ravens: South Carolina St. FS Christian Thompson, 6'0, 211 pounds

Results from the 1st round of the 2012 NFL Draft can be found here, 2nd round results are available here, and 3rd round results can be found here. For more player rankings and draft information, check out Mocking the Draft.

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2012 NFL Draft Results: Saints Select Wisconsin WR Nick Toon In The 4th Round

A pair of wide receivers came off the board as the 4th round of the 2012 NFL Draft continued on Saturday afternoon in New York City. The New Orleans Saints drafted Wisconsin receiver Nick Toon, who could be a potential replacement for Robert Meachem, who left via free agency. This was only the second pick in the draft for the Saints.

121. Houston Texans: Michigan State WR Keyshawn Martin, 5'11", 192 pounds

122. New Orleans Saints: Wisconsin WR Nick Toon, 6'2", 215 pounds

123: Philadelphia Eagles: Georgia CB Brandon Boykin, 5'9", 182 pounds

Boykin is just 5 feet 10, making him undersized for the position, but Mocking the Draft isn't counting out the possibility of success for the former Bulldog:

Despite being a bit undersized, Brandon Boykin more than held his own in the SEC. Boykin is an extremely competitive cornerback with solid leaping ability. Ball skills are essential to a defensive back, and Boykin makes tons of plays on the ball. If he was a bit bigger, we [would have been] talking about him as a first round pick.

124: Buffalo Bills: LSU CB Ron Brooks, 5'10", 190 pounds

125: Detroit Lions: Oklahoma LB Ronnell Lewis, 6'1", 253 pounds

Here's what Mocking The Draft had to say about Lewis before the draft:

Strengths: Lewis is intriguing as a pass rusher because he's fast and closes on the ball carrier in a hurry. He plays with a lot of power and aggression and is hard to keep blocked. Is patient enough to stay at home in the run game and not allow a cutback lane. High upside.

Weaknesses: Underdeveloped as a pass rusher. Needs to build counter moves before he can consistently be relied on to get after the passer. Mostly inexperienced dropping back into coverage. Didn't get along with coaches and had academic issues. Will be a developmental player developmental players coaches have to be patient with.

Results from the 1st round of the 2012 NFL Draft can be found here, 2nd round results are available here, and 3rd round results can be found here. For more player rankings and draft information, check out Mocking the Draft.

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2012 NFL Draft Results: Cincinnati Bengals Select Orson Charles With 116th Pick

The next round of picks of the 4th round of the 2012 NFL Draft are in. The Cincinnati Bengals decided to take a chance on tight end Orson Charles who had some off the field issues and a poor Pro Day that pushed the talented tight end down the draft board.

The San Francisco 49ers felt the need to move up in the fourth round, making a deal with the Detroit Lions to come up and grab offensive lineman Joe Looney.

116. Cincinnati Bengals: Georgia TE Orson Charles, 6'2, 251 pounds

Mocking The Draft on Charles:

Strengths: While Charles splits out to the slot, he plays with his hand down more than most college tight ends. Is a good receiver who has the speed to separate after the catch. Can pick apart zone coverage.

Weaknesses: Looks as much like a powerful wide receiver as he does a tight end. Will drop catchable throws. Needs to be used in the right situation, much like Aaron Hernandez of the Patriots or Dustin Keller of the Jets.

117. San Francisco 49ers: Wake Forest OG Joe Looney, 6'3, 309 pounds

118. Minnesota Vikings: Arkansas WR Jarius Wright, 5'10, 182 pounds

Mocking The Draft on Wright:

Strengths: Great speed and could be a good vertical receiver if put into the right offense. Good shiftiness after the catch. Excellent first step. Could be an asset immediately in the NFL as a return man. Could be a big-play wide out in the NFL. Should do well on special teams.

Weaknesses: Needs to get stronger and has a hard time beating the jam at the line of scrimmage. Gets rerouted by the defensive back. Doesn't have natural hands. Body catcher. Routes are limited in the red zone to slants.

119. Washington Redskins: Texas LB Keenan Robinson, 6'3, 242 pounds

120. Cleveland Browns: Nevada LB James-Michael Johnson, 6'1, 241 pounds

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2012 NFL Draft Results: Cardinals Select OT Bobby Massie With 4th Round Pick

The 4th round of the 2012 NFL Draft rolls along with picks 111 through 116. Nothing earth shattering from any of the five teams selecting. The Arizona Cardinals selected one of the best offensive lineman still available in Mississippi offensive tackle Bobby Massie. He was rated as the seventh-best offensive tackle in this year's draft class by Mocking The Draft.

Two picks later, the Seattle Seahawks selected defensive tackle Jaye Howard out of Florida. Howard is the first Gator to be selected in this year's draft. He was rated as 15th-best player at his position by MTD.

111. Chicago Bears: Temple FB Evan Rodriguez, 6'1, 242 pounds

112. Arizona Cardinals: Mississippi OT Bobby Massie, 6'6, 316 pounds

Mocking The Draft on Massie:

Strengths: Massie looks the part with a big frame and good athleticism for the position. Is a powerful tackle who would fit well on a team like the Cowboys or Vikings. Does a nice job of finishing off his blocks. Could play guard as well.

Weaknesses: Was a little inconsistent during his career, which is why it was a surprise to see him leave early. Had an up and down junior year where he struggled to hold his ground as a run blocker. Only played right tackle at Ole Miss.

113. Dallas Cowboys: Wake Forest OLB Kyle Wilber, 6'4, 249 pounds

114. Seattle Seahawks: Florida DT Jaye Howard, 6'3, 301 pounds

115. Tennessee Titans: Clemson CB Coty Sensabaugh, 5'11, 189 pounds

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2012 NFL Draft Results: Pittsburgh Selects NT Alameda Ta'amu In The 4th Round

The 4th round of the 2012 NFL Draft continued Thursday afternoon. For picks 106-110, the Seattle Seahawks got things started with Robert Turbin, a running back from Utah State. Turbin is powerful north-south runner with upside as a three-down back. Some have compared him to James Starks.

Pittsburgh had been associated with Alameda Ta'amu prior to the draft, as many wondered whether or not the Steelers would find a replacement nose tackle for Casey Hampton. Many believed he could have been picked prior to the fourth round.

106. Buffalo Bills: Utah State RB Robert Turbin, 5'10" 222 pounds

107. Kansas City Chiefs: Fresno State WR Devon Wylie, 5'9", 187 pounds

108: Denver Broncos: Baylor C Phillip Blake, 6'2", 311 pounds

109: Pittsburgh Steelers: Washington DT Alameda Ta'amu, 6'3", 348 pounds

Here is what Mocking the Draft had to say about the 6-foot-3, 330-pound Ta'amu:

Final word: When a defensive tackle is this big, the expectation is that the player is an immovable object in the middle. Coming out of Temple, the knock on Terrance Knighton was that he didn't play quite as strong as his size may suggest. The same thing can be said of Ta'amu. Like Knighton, Ta'amu is a better athlete than you'd expect and gets off his blocks fairly easily. There is also some versatility in how they can be used. Coming out, Knighton played both one- and zero-technique, much like Ta'amu was at Washington. While Ta’amu could hold up as a 3-4 nose tackle, he’s not quite as natural there as his measurables suggest.

110: San Diego Chagers: Louisiana-Lafayette TE Ladarius Green, 6'6", 238 pounds

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Steelers-Redskins Trade: Pittsburgh Moves Up For Nose Tackle

The Pittsburgh Steelers traded up in the 2012 NFL Draft to select Washington nose tackle Alameda Ta'Amu, a player many people considered to be a second round talent. This is terrific value for the Steelers, who have been seeking a replacement for Casey Hampton.

The Steelers traded with the Washington Redskins from pick No. 119 to 109.

The Steelers could've taken Ta'Amu in the third round and there would not have been any complaints. Pittsburgh is one of the best drafting teams in the NFL so it won't surprise me one bit if this pick works out well.

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2012 NFL Draft Results: Redskins Draft Kirk Cousins In 4th Round

The next round of picks of the 4th round of the 2012 NFL Draft are in. The Denver Broncos kept the draft moving along by selecting with cornerback Omar Bolden out of Arizona State with the No. 101 overall pick of the draft. Bolden missed the 2011 season with the Sun Devils suffering a torn ACL in April before the season. Bolden was said to have been a second or third round pick going into that season.

Surprisingly the Washington Redskins drafted another quarterback in the draft to go with second overall pick Robert Griffin III, selecting Kirk Cousins out of Michigan State. This makes the Redskins the first team since 1989 to draft two quarterbacks in the same draft in the top four rounds.

101. Denver Broncos: Arizona State CB Omar Bolden, 5'10, 202 pounds.

102. Washington Redskins: Michigan State QB Kirk Cousins, 6'3, 214 pounds.

Mocking The Draft on Cousins:

Cousins is a very intelligent player and understands the pro style system; whether it be taking snaps from under center or the shotgun he is equally proficient at both. He was a very productive starting QB in college and performed well against what I call "the 3 phases of competition". He performed well and usually showed no signs of drop off against below average teams, teams equally as talented, and the top ranked teams loaded with talent. He has good leadership qualities that he has shown multiple times when bringing his team from behind to comeback victories. That is one good sign of a future starting QB in the NFL.

103. Carolina Panthers: Oklahoma DE Frank Alexander, 6'4, 270 pounds

104. Carolina Panthers: Arkansas WR Joe Adams, 5'10, 179 pounds

105. Buffalo Bills: Florida State LB Nigel Bradham, 6'2, 241 pounds

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Panthers-49ers Trade: Carolina Gives Up Future Picks To Move Up

The Carolina Panthers traded up in the 4th round of the 2012 NFL Draft to select Oklahoma DE Frank Alexander. The Panthers gave up their 2013 3rd round pick in order to acquire the San Francisco 49ers 4th round pick this year.

This is a great move for the 49ers, who move up a round next year to give up this pick. That's a good strategy that Bill Belichick and the New England Patriots often employ. It allows for more flexibility down the road.

The Panthers have had a solid draft to this point with linebacker Luke Kuechly out of Boston College in the 1st round followed by Midwestern State G Amini Silatolu. Both of those players are potential starters while Alexander fills a depth role for the moment.

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2012 NFL Draft Results: Rams Take Chris Givens, Dolphins Trade Up For Lamar Miller In 4th Round

The first five picks of the 4th round of the 2012 NFL Draft are in. The St. Louis Rams kicked off Saturday by selecting Chris Givens out of Wake Forest with the No. 96 overall pick of the draft. Givens is the second wide receiver selected by the Rams. The speedy Givens should serve as a nice complement to the 6'4 Brian Quick picked in the 2nd round.

The Miami Dolphins moved up in a trade with the San Francisco 49ers for the No. 97 overall pick. They selected Miami running back Lamar Miller, who was considered the best prospect still available according to Mocking The Draft.

96. St. Louis Rams: Wake Forest WR Chris Givens, 5'11, 198 pounds

97. Miami Dolphins (trade with 49ers): Miami RB Lamar Miller, 5'11, 211 pounds

Mocking The Draft on Miller:

He has the playing strength, agility, vision, and competitiveness to be a very good starting running back in the NFL. He is a big play waiting to happen every time he touches the ball because of his speed and superior burst. If he gets more opportunities in the passing game at the next level he would be dynamic with a team that uses a one back system. He also has kick return experience and is very dangerous in the open field.

98. Baltimore Ravens: Delaware G Gino Gradkowski, 6'3, 300 pounds

99. Houston Texans: Georgia C Ben Jones, 6'2, 303 pounds

Mocking The Draft on Jones:

Strengths: Jones is a smart, experienced lineman who comes from a pro-style scheme. Is excellent at moving straight forward to the second level to locate and finish off linebackers. Is often the first person off the line of scrimmage.

Weaknesses: Struggles at times to anchor his position at the line of scrimmage against the bull rush. Wasn't used often to pull or trap. Despite being able to get to the second level, Jones struggles to change direction in open space.

100. Cleveland Browns: Miami WR Travis Benjamin, 5'10, 172 pounds

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Dolphins-49ers Trade: Miami Moves Up In Round 4

The Miami Dolphins have traded with the San Francisco 49ers to move up in the 2012 NFL Draft. The Dolphins moved up from the 103rd overall pick to the 97th pick.

The target for the Dolphins is Miami RB Lamar Miller, who is the best player still on the board, according to SB Nation's NFL Draft blog, Mocking The Draft. Miller was considered a 2nd round value by some so this is a solid pick.

The Dolphins had good production from Reggie Bush last year so they hope Miller can come in and do the same. The Dolphins selected Ryan Tannehill and Jonathan Martin with their first two picks. It's been a productive draft for them so far.

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NFL Draft Grades: Rams, Ravens Continue Making Smart Moves

The NFL Draft is at the halfway point so it's time for another set of entirely-too-early NFL Draft grades.

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2012 NFL Draft Best Available: Lamar Miller, Dwight Jones And Marvin McNutt Still Available

As we enter into the third and final day of the 2012 NFL Draft, we get to where the NFL general managers can prove their merit and find the diamonds in the rough. Typically near the end of the 3rd round is where the draft can get kind of wacky, especially when a team like the Jacksonville Jaguars does something like draft a punter in the top of the round.

There are still some upper tier players left in the draft, including, including Miami running back Lamar Miller, who Mocking The Draft rated as its 39th best overall all player. Not only is Miller still available, but there are still a handfull of wide receivers than rank in the top 100 players according to Mocking The Draft.

60. Dwight Jones | 6'4, 220 pounds | Wide receiver | North Carolina

70. Marvin McNutt | 6'2, 215 pounds | Wide receiver | Iowa

74. Joe Adams | 5'10 1/2, 174 pounds | Wide receiver | Arkansas

89. Marvin Jones | 6'1 7/8, 198 pounds | Wide receiver | California

93. Chris Givens | 6'0, 195 pounds | Wide receiver | Wake Forest

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NFL Draft Day 3: Time, TV Coverage, Results And More

The 2012 NFL Draft continues on Saturday afternoon as Round 4 kicks off at noon ET. The first three rounds are in the books after Round 1 took place on Thursday evening and Rounds 2 and 3 finished up Friday evening.

You can watch the draft live on ESPN or NFL Network and also stream it live on the Internet on NFL.com/Live.

Results from the 1st round of the 2012 NFL Draft can be found here, and 2nd round results are available here, and for 3rd round results you can find them here. For more player rankings and draft information, check out Mocking the Draft.

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2012 NFL Draft Order Day 3, Rounds 4 Through 7

The 2012 NFL Draft gets to the second half of the widely-anticipated event on Saturday afternoon, moving into rounds four through seven. In the first two days of the NFL Draft, there have been quite a few trades, and I wouldn't expect that to slow down Saturday.

The St. Louis Rams once again get the party started, picking first in the 4th round of the 2012 NFL Draft.

Here is the complete order of the 2012 NFL Draft on Saturday afternoon.

Round 4

  1. St. Louis (2-14)
  2. Indianapolis (2-14)
  3. Minnesota (3-13)
  4. Houston - from Philadelphia via Tampa Bay (4-12)
  5. Cleveland (4-12)
  6. Jacksonville (5-11)
  7. Washington (5-11)
  8. Miami (6-10)
  9. Carolina (6-10)
  10. Buffalo (6-10)
  11. Seattle (7-9)
  12. Kansas City (7-9)
  13. Denver - from New York Jets (8-8)
  14. Washington - from Oakland (8-8)
  15. San Diego (8-8)
  16. Chicago (8-8)
  17. Arizona (8-8)
  18. Dallas (8-8)
  19. Philadelphia (8-8)
  20. Tennessee (9-7)
  21. Cincinnati* (9-7)
  22. Detroit* (10-6)
  23. Cleveland - from Atlanta* (10-6)
  24. Pittsburgh* (12-4)
  25. Denver* (8-8)
  26. Houston* (10-6)
  27. New Orleans* (13-3)
  28. Green Bay* (15-1)
  29. Buffalo - from Baltimore* (12-4)
  30. San Francisco* (13-3)
  31. New England* (13-3)
  32. New York Giants* (9-7)
  33. Minnesota (compensatory)
  34. Oakland (compensatory)
  35. Baltimore (compensatory)
  36. New York Giants (compensatory)
  37. Green Bay (compensatory)
  38. Green Bay (compensatory)
  39. Minnesota (compensatory)
  40. Dallas (compensatory)

Round 5

  1. Indianapolis (2-14)
  2. Denver - from St. Louis (2-14)
  3. Minnesota (3-13)
  4. Cleveland (4-12)
  5. Tampa Bay (4-12)
  6. Washington (5-11)
  7. Jacksonville (5-11)
  8. Carolina (6-10)
  9. Buffalo (6-10)
  10. Miami (6-10)
  11. Kansas City (7-9)
  12. Buffalo - from Seattle (7-9)
  13. Oakland (8-8)
  14. San Diego (8-8)
  15. Chicago (8-8)
  16. Arizona (8-8)
  17. Dallas (8-8)
  18. Philadelphia (8-8)
  19. New York Jets (8-8)
  20. Tennessee (9-7)
  21. Cincinnati* (9-7)
  22. Atlanta* (10-6)
  23. Detroit* (10-6)
  24. Pittsburgh* (12-4)
  25. Cleveland - from Denver* (8-8)
  26. Houston* (10-6)
  27. New Orleans* (13-3)
  28. Green Bay* (15-1)
  29. Baltimore* (12-4)
  30. San Francisco* (13-3)
  31. Cincinnati - from New England* (13-3)
  32. Cincinnati - from New York Giants* (9-7)
  33. Oakland (compensatory)
  34. Baltimore (compensatory)
  35. Indianapolis (compensatory)

Round 6

  1. St. Louis (2-14)
  2. Philadelphia - from Indianapolis (2-14)
  3. Washington - from Minnesota (3-13)
  4. Tampa Bay (4-12)
  5. Minnesota - from Cleveland (4-12)
  6. Jacksonville (5-11)
  7. Arizona - from Washington (5-11)
  8. Buffalo (6-10)
  9. New Orleans - from Miami (6-10)
  10. Carolina (6-10)
  11. Seattle (7-9)
  12. Kansas City (7-9)
  13. San Diego (8-8)
  14. Chicago (8-8)
  15. Arizona (8-8)
  16. Dallas (8-8)
  17. New York Jets - from Indianapolis via Philadelphia (8-8)
  18. Denver - from New York Jets (8-8)
  19. Oakland (8-8)
  20. Tennessee (9-7)
  21. Cincinnati* (9-7)
  22. Detroit* (10-6)
  23. Atlanta* (10-6)
  24. Pittsburgh* (12-4)
  25. Philadelphia - from Denver* (8-8)
  26. Houston* (10-6)
  27. Miami - from New Orleans* (13-3)
  28. Green Bay* (15-1)
  29. Baltimore* (12-4)
  30. San Francisco* (13-3)
  31. Philadelphia - from New England* (13-3)
  32. New York Giants* (9-7)
  33. New York Jets (compensatory)
  34. New York Jets (compensatory)
  35. Cleveland (compensatory)
  36. Cleveland (compensatory)
  37. Indianapolis (compensatory)
  38. Carolina (compensatory)

Round 7

  1. Indianapolis (2-14)
  2. St. Louis (2-14)
  3. Minnesota (3-13)
  4. Cleveland (4-12)
  5. Tampa Bay (4-12)
  6. Washington (5-11)
  7. Indianapolis - from New York Jets via Jacksonville (5-11)
  8. Miami (6-10)
  9. Carolina (6-10)
  10. Buffalo (6-10)
  11. Kansas City (7-9)
  12. Detroit - from Seattle (7-9)
  13. Chicago (8-8)
  14. Arizona (8-8)
  15. Dallas (8-8)
  16. Minnesota - from New England via Philadelphia (8-8)
  17. Green Bay - from New York Jets (8-8)
  18. Seattle - from Oakland (8-8)
  19. San Diego (8-8)
  20. Tennessee (9-7)
  21. Jacksonville - from Cincinnati* (9-7)
  22. Philadelphia - from Atlanta* (10-6)
  23. Detroit* (10-6)
  24. Pittsburgh* (12-4)
  25. New York Jets - from Denver* (8-8)
  26. Houston* (10-6)
  27. New Orleans* (13-3)
  28. Green Bay* (15-1)
  29. Baltimore* (12-4)
  30. San Francisco* (13-3)
  31. Kansas City - from New England* (13-3)
  32. New York Giants* (9-7)
  33. Pittsburgh (compensatory)
  34. Green Bay (compensatory)
  35. New York Jets (compensatory)
  36. Green Bay (compensatory)
  37. New York Jets (compensatory)
  38. Cleveland (compensatory)
  39. Pittsburgh (compensatory)
  40. Cleveland (compensatory)
  41. Pittsburgh (compensatory)
  42. Atlanta (compensatory)
  43. San Diego (compensatory)
  44. Buffalo (compensatory)
  45. St. Louis (compensatory)
  46. Indianapolis (compensatory)

Results from the 1st round of the 2012 NFL Draft can be found here, and 2nd round results are available here, and for 3rd round results you can find them here. For more player rankings and draft information, check out Mocking the Draft.

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