2014 NFL Draft order: Super Bowl outcome determines first 3 rounds


The season is over and the first three rounds of the 2014 NFL Draft are set.

The picks in the first three rounds of the 2014 NFL Draft are set following the Seattle Seahawks' crushing Super Bowl win against the Denver Broncos.

The full draft order won't be determined until the NFL announces the 32 compensatory selections, which typically happens in March. Last year two teams received four compensatory selections. They're determined by free agency losses. The highest compensatory pick is No. 97 at the end of the third round.

No teams have more picks in the first three rounds of the draft this year than the Cleveland Browns and San Francisco 49ers, who have five picks each. For those teams, that should give them ample ammunition to move up to draft the players they want.

Here is the order for the first three rounds of the 2014 NFL Draft:


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


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


65. Houston Texans
66. Washington Redskins
67. Oakland Raiders
68. Atlanta Falcons
69. New York Jets (via Tampa Bay)
70. Jacksonville Jaguars
71. Cleveland Browns
72. Minnesota Vikings
73. Buffalo Bills
74. New York Giants
75. St. Louis Rams
76. Detroit Lions
77. San Francisco 49ers (via Tennessee Titans)
78. Dallas Cowboys
79. Baltimore Ravens
80. New York Jets
81. Miami Dolphins
82. Chicago Bears
83. Cleveland Browns (via Pittsburgh Steelers)
84. Arizona Cardinals
85. Green Bay Packers
86. Philadelphia Eagles
87. Kansas City Chiefs
88. Cincinnati Bengals
89. San Diego Chargers
90 Indianapolis Colts
91. New Orleans Saints
92. Carolina Panthers
93. New England Patriots
94. San Francisco 49ers
95. Denver Broncos
96. Minnesota Vikings (via Seattle)

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