NFL Draft results: Cardinals among those who add good value in 6th round

Joe Robbins

The Arizona Cardinals were among the sixth round successes as they took two skill position players who slipped a bit in the draft. A total of seven running backs were selected in the sixth round.

The sixth round of the 2013 NFL Draft was highlighted by running backs, with seven getting selected. The Arizona Cardinals nabbed two skill position players who slipped a bit in Texas A&M wide receiver Ryan Swope and Clemson running back Andre Ellington, but could become solid contributors.


More small school players found their way into the sixth round with picks from Tarleton State, Illinois State, California (Pa.), Jacksonville St. and the first ever player drafted from Colorado State-Pueblo, tackle Ryan Jensen.

Here is the complete list of sixth round selections.

Pick Team Player Position School
169. Jacksonville Jaguars Josh Evans FS Florida
170. Kansas City Chiefs Eric Kush C Calfiornia (Pa.)
171. Detroit Lions Corey Fuller WR Virginia Tech
172. Oakland Raiders Nick Kasa TE Colorado
173. Denver Broncos Vinston Painter OT Virginia Tech
174. Arizona Cardinals Ryan Swope WR Texas A&M
175. Cleveland Browns Jamoris Slaughter SS Notre Dame
176. Houston Texans David Quessenberry OT San Jose St.
177. Buffalo Bills Dustin Hopkins K Florida St.
178. New York Jets William Campbell DT Michigan
179. San Diego Chargers Tourek Williams DE Florida International
180. San Francisco 49ers Nick Moody OLB Florida St.
181. Oakland Raiders Latavius Murray RB Central Florida
182. Carolina Panthers Kenjon Barner RB Oregon
183. New Orleans Saints Rufus Johnson DE Tarleton St.
184. Oakland Raiders Mychal Rivera TE Tennessee
185. Dallas Cowboys DeVonte Holloman OLB South Carolina
186. Pittsburgh Steelers Justin Brown WR Oklahoma
187. Arizona Cardinals Andre Ellington RB Clemson
188. Chicago Bears Cornelius Washington OLB Georgia
189. Tampa Bay Buccaneers Mike James RB Miami
190. Cincinnati Bengals Rex Burkhead RB Nebraska
191. Washington Redskins Bacarri Rambo SS Georgia
192. Indianapolis Colts John Boyett SS Oregon
193. Green Bay Packers Nate Palmer LB Illinois St.
194. Seattle Seahawks Spencer Ware RB LSU
195. Houston Texans Alan Bonner WR Jacksonville St.
196. Tampa Bay Buccaneers Jeff Baca OG UCLA
197. Cincinnati Bengals Cobi Hamilton WR Arkansas
198. Houston Texans Chris Jones DT Bowling Green
199. Detroit Lions Theo Riddick RB Notre Dame
200. Baltimore Ravens Kapron Lewis-Moore DE Notre Dame
201. Houston Texans Ryan Griffin TE Connecticut
202. Tennessee Titans Khalid Wooten CB Nevada
203. Baltimore Ravens Ryan Jensen OT Colorado St.-Pueblo
204. Kansas City Chiefs Braden Wilson FB Kansas St.
205. Oakland Raiders Stacy McGee DT Oklahoma
206. Pittsburgh Steelers Vince Williams LB Florida St.

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