2013 NFL Draft results: Bills, Saints make 5th-round picks

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The fifth round of the draft is underway, and the Bills and Saints are among the latest to pick.

The fifth round of the 2013 NFL Draft is underway, and we're seeing an emphasis on defense. Four of the last five picks have been defensive players.

The Bills added their second safety of the day, selecting former Clemson Tiger Jonathan Meeks. Buffalo took former Nevada safety Duke Williams with the eighth pick of the fourth round earlier on Saturday. With the explosive Patriots in the division, and a revamped Dolphins offense, Bills head coach Doug Marrone opted to address his defense on the third day of the draft.

The New Orleans Saints bucked the defensive trend by selecting former Oklahoma Sooners wide receiver Kenny Stills.

143. Buffalo Bills: Clemson S Jonathan Meeks, 6', 211 pounds

144. New Orleans Saints: Oklahoma WR Kenny Stills, 6', 194 pounds

145. San Diego Chargers: California CB Steve Williams, 5'8, 181 pounds

146. Denver Broncos: Western Kentucky DE Quanterus Smith, 6'4, 250 pounds

147. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Buffalo OLB Steven Means, 6'3, 251 pounds

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