Oklahoma’s Trent Williams will be replacing long-time left tackle stalwart Chris Samuels in Washington. It was fitting then that one of the first people he met after hearing his name called by Commissioner Roger Goodell was Samuels.
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Yes, that was Drew Brees announcing the No. 32 pick, the final pick of the first round, for the Saints.
Posted: Thursday, April 22nd, 2010 | Steve Wyche Tags: 2010 NFL Draft, Brandon Pettigrew, Calvin Johnson, Chris Cook, Colt McCoy, Detroit Lions, Jimmy Clausen, Jonathan Dwyer, Kyle Vanden Bosch, Louis Delmas, Matt Stafford, Minnesota Vikings, Montario Hardesty, Ndamukong Suh, Taylor Mays, Toby Gerhart, Tony Scheffler
The Vikings swung a trade with the Lions which may make Detroit better.
The consensus among our NFL.com analysts was that DE Tyson Alualu was a second-round pick, a drastic gap from where the Jaguars selected him at No. 10 overall.
Wow! Tim Tebow to Denver … in the first round. Tebow said all it would take is for one team to fall in love with him and the Broncos must have been smitten. After a series of trades, the Broncos gave up a second, third and fourth-round pick to Baltimore to get up to No. 25 to get to Tebow.
Brandon Graham is headed to Philadelphia, and if he were at Radio City Music Hall, he’d be getting his introduction to the Giants-Eagles rivalry.
The video screen inside Radio City Music Hall showed Tim Tebow on the telephone, taking a call from the Broncos, who were on the clock with the 25th overall pick of the NFL draft. The entire crowd gasped, in unison.
Attend enough NFL Drafts, and you start to see some familiar faces. It’s good to see NFL Nation has its regulars at Radio City Music Hall.
If Jimmy Clausen were among the draft prospects in the green room here at Radio City Music Hall, he might be the one sitting alone on camera.
Okay. Jacksonville has a Top-10 pick (No. 10) and used it on Tyson Alualu, a defensive end from Cal. Huge surprise that is going to lead to a lot of raised eyebrows.
Buffalo’s choice of RB C.J. Spiller shows that the Bills are trying to get some explosive playmakers.
Florida CB Joe Haden began the day with a rousing family breakfast, and ended it holding up a Cleveland Browns jersey.
The Raiders threw the first semi-surprise of the NFL draft Thursday night, taking LB Rolando McClain with the eighth overall pick.
Seattle really must be happy with Oklahoma State offensive tackle Russell Okung falling into their lap, as it gets a standout left tackle to replace Walter Jones, who is expected to retire.
When the video board inside Radio City Music Hall showed LB Rolando McClain smiling on his phone with the Raiders still on the clock, the Silver and Black-clad fans in the house voiced their displeasure.