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ed this evening Marcus Epps Jersey nfl draft , I figured it would be a good idea to recap the picks, see what trades were made, and what teams have left on the board for tomorrow"I figured that, with how busy the draft was tonight, that it would be worth it to recap the draft and all the picks and trades that went on.The draft picks will be listed out first, and the trades (including the picks if they are known) will be listed after.Draft PicksRound TwoCardinals: Byron MurphyColts: Rock Ya-SinJaguars: Jawaan Taylor49ers: Deebo SamuelPanthers: Greg LittleBills: Cody FordBuccaneers: Sean BuntingRaiders: Trayvon MullenBroncos: Dalton RisnerBroncos: Drew LockLions: Jahlani TavaiPackers: Elgton JenkinsPatriots: Joejuan WilliamsBrowns: Greedy WilliamsSeahawks: Marquise BlairSaints: Eric McCoyColts: Ben BanoguVikings: Irv Smith Jr.Titans: A.J. BrownBengals: Drew SampleEagles: Miles SandersTexans: Lonnie Johnson Jr.Texans: Max ScharpingChiefs: Mecole HardmanEagles: JJ Arcega-WhitesideCowboys: Trysten HillColts: Parris CampbellChargers: Nasir AdderleyRams: Taylor RappCardinals: Andy IsabellaChiefs: Juan ThornhillSeahawks: D.K. MetcalfRound ThreeCardinals: Zach AllenSteelers: Diontae Johnson49ers: Jalen HurdJets: Jachai PoliteJaguars: Josh OliverRams: Darrell HendersonBroncos: Dre’mont JonesBengals: Germaine PrattBears: David MontgomeryBills: Devin SingletaryPackers: Jace SternbergerRedskins: Terry McLaurinPatriots: Chase WinovichDolphins: Michael DeiterRams: David LongBrowns: Sione TakitakiLions: Will HarrisTitans: Nate DavisSteelers: Justin LayneChiefs: Khalen SaundersRavens: Jaylon FergusonTexans: Kahale WarringPatriots: Damien HarrisSeahawks: Cody BartonColts: Bobby OkerekeCowboys: Connor McGovernChargers: Trey PipkinsJets: Chuma EdogaRavens: Miles BoykinBuccaneers: Jamel DeanGiants: Oshane XiminesBills: Dawson KnoxRams: Bobby EvansJaguars: Quincy WilliamsBuccaneers: Mike EdwardsPanthers: Will GrierPatriots: Yodney CajusteVikings: Alexander MattisonTradesNote: If the team the picks were traded to has used the pick on a player by the time this post was written, they will be included in parentheses after the pick number. If the picks were traded again, no player will be listed until the pick is used.Jacksonville traded the No. 38 and No. 109 overall picks to the Raiders, who sent back the No. 35 overall pick (Jawaan Taylor), the No. 140 pick, and the No. 235 pick.Carolina traded the No. 47 (Marquise Blair) and No. 77 picks to the Seahawks for the No. 37 overall pick (Greg Little).Buffalo traded the No. 40 (Trayvon Mullen) and No. 158 picks to the Raiders, who sent back pick No. 38 (Cody Ford).The Denver Broncos traded the No. 52 (Drew Sample), No. 125, and No. 182 picks to Cincinnati for the No. 42 overall pick (Drew Lock).New England traded the No. 56 and No. 101 picks to the Rams for the No. 45 overall pick (Joejuan Williams).Cleveland traded the No. 49 (Ben Banogu) and No. 144 picks to the Colts for the No. 46 overall pick, which they used on Greedy Williams.The New Orleans Saints traded the No. 62, No. 202, and a 2020 second-round pick to the Dolphins for pick No. 48 (Eric McCoy) and No. 116.The Chiefs traded the No. 61 (Taylor Rapp) and No. 167 picks to the Rams for the No. 56 pick (Mecole Hardman).The Cardinals traded Josh Rosen to the Dolphins for pick No. 62 (Andy Isabella) and a 2020 fifth-round pick.The Seahawks traded No. 77 (Chase Winovich) and No. 118 to the Patriots for No. 64 (D.K. Metcalf).The Rams traded No. 94 (Jamel Dean) and No. 99 (Mike Edwards) to the Buccaneers for No. 70 (Darrell Henderson).Chicago traded No. 87 (Damien Harris), No. 162, and a 2020 fourth-round pick to the Patriots for No. 73 (David Montgomery) and No. 205.The Vikings traded No. 81 (Will Harris) to the Lions for No. 88 and No. 204.The Vikings traded No. 88 (Cody Barton) and No. 209 to the Seahawks for No. 92 and 159.The Vikings traded No. 92 (Chuma Edoga) to the Jets for No. 93 and No. 217.The Vikings traded No. 93 (Miles Boykin) to the Ravens for No. 102 (Alexander Mattison), No. 191, and No. 193.Washington traded No. 96 (Dawson Knox) to the Bills for No. 112 and No. 131.The Rams traded the No. 101 (Yodny Cajuste) and No. 133 picks to New England for No. 97 (Bobby Evans) and No. 162.Remaining PicksSince there was so much horse trading today, I thought it would also be beneficial to see what kind of ammo all 32 NFL teams have at their disposal to start the day. For reference, picks 103-138 are fourth rounders, 139-173 are fifth rounders, 174-214 are sixth rounders, and 215-254 are seventh-round picks.Arizona Cardinals: 103, 139, 174, 179, 248, 249 Cheap Marcus Epps Jersey , 254Atlanta Falcons: 117, 137, 152, 172, 186, 203, 230Baltimore Ravens: 113, 123, 127, 160, 197Buffalo Bills: 147, 181, 225, 228Carolina Panthers: 115, 154, 187Chicago Bears: 126, 205, 222, 238Cincinnati Bengals: 110, 125, 149, 182, 183, 198, 210, 211, 213, 223Cleveland Browns: 119, 155, 170, 189 Marcus Epps Minnesota Vikings Jerseys , 221Dallas Cowboys: 128, 136, 165, 241Denver Broncos: 148, 156, 237Detroit Lions: 111, 146, 184, 224, 229Green Bay Packers: 150, 185, 194, 226Houston Texans: 161, 195, 220Indianapolis Colts: 129, 135, 144, 164, 199, 240Jacksonville Jaguars: 140, 178, 235, 236Kansas City Chiefs: 201, 214, 216Los Angeles Chargers: 130, 166, 200, 242Los Angeles Rams: 162, 167, 169, 251Miami Dolphins: 151 Minnesota Vikings Jerseys Stitched , 202, 233, 234Minnesota Vikings: 120, 159, 190, 191, 193, 204, 217, 247, 250New England Patriots: 118, 133, 134, 239, 243, 246, 252New Orleans Saints: 116, 168, 177, 231, 244New York Giants: 108, 143, 171, 180, 232, 245New York Jets: 105, 196Oakland Raiders: 106, 109, 158, 218Philadelphia Eagles: 138, 163Pittsburgh Steelers: 122 Marcus Epps Jersey nfl draft , 141, 175, 192, 207, 219San Francisco 49ers: 104, 176, 212Seattle Seahawks: 114, 124, 132, 142, 209Tampa Bay Buccaneers: 107, 145, 208, 215Tennessee Titans: 121, 157, 188Washington: 112, 131, 153, 173, 206, 227, 253 EAGAN, Minn. — The Minnesota Vikings have hired Gary Kubiak as an assistant head coach and offensive adviser, a big bump in experience for Mike Zimmer’s turned-over staff.The Vikings announced the move on Monday night.Kubiak spent the last two seasons as a senior personnel adviser with the Denver Broncos after stepping down as their head coach due to health concerns. Zimmer picked Kevin Stefanski to be his offensive coordinator, his first time in that role.The 57-year-old Kubiak has 10 seasons as a head coach on his NFL resume, eight with the Houston Texans (2006-13) and two with the Broncos (2015-16). They won the Super Bowl in his first year. Kubiak also has been an offensive coordinator for 12 seasons, most recently in 2014 with the Baltimore Ravens.The Vikings also hired his son, Klint Kubiak, as quarterbacks coach and Brian Pariani as tight ends coach. This will be the 23rd year in the last 26 in which Pariani has worked with Gary Kubiak. Klint Kubiak was on Denver’s staff the last three seasons.

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