The NFL Draft will kick off on Thursday, April 28 in Chicago and last for three days. On Tuesday, the full and exact draft order for all seven rounds, including compensatory picks and post-trade results, was released by the league.
There were 33 compensatory picks awarded in total this year, with the Patriots, Cowboys and 49ers leading the way with four each while the Seahawks, Ravens and Browns have all of three. It's also worth noting that Patriots don't have a first-round pick, as a punishment for DeflateGate. But the Patriots have two second-round picks, adding one after a trade with the Cardinals that sent defensive end Chandler Jones to Arizona.
Below is the up-to-date and complete draft order for this year. Also be sure to check out our latest mock draft to see which players can be expected to go where and who the Rams, who made a trade with the Titans, will select with the No. 1 pick.