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April 26, 2013

Chargers draft Te'o, Smith goes to Jets




2013 NFL Draft Selections

By The Associated Press


(x-compensatory selection)

Second Round

33. Jacksonville, Johnathan Cyprien, db, FIU.

34. Tennessee (from Kansas City through San Francisco), Justin Hunter, wr, Tennessee.

35. Philadelphia, Zach Ertz, te, Stanford.

36. Detroit, Darius Slay, db, Mississippi State.

37. Cincinnati (from Oakland), Gio Bernard, rb, North Carolina.

38. San Diego (from Arizona), Mantei Te’o, lb, Notre Dame.

Cleveland Exercised in Supplemental Draft.

39. New York Jets, Geno Smith, qb, West Virginia.

40. San Francisco (from Tennessee), Cornellius Carradine, de, Florida State.

41. Buffalo, Robert Woods, wr, Southern Cal.

42. Oakland (from Miami), Menelik Watson, ot, Florida State.

43. Tampa Bay, Johnthan Banks, db, Mississippi State.

44. Carolina, Kawann Short, dt, Purdue.

New Orleans Forfeited.

45. Arizona (from San Diego), Kevin Minter, lb, LSU.

46. Buffalo (from St. Louis), Kiko Alonso, lb, Oregon.

47. Dallas, Gavin Escobar, te, San Diego State.

48. Pittsburgh, Le’Veon Bell, rb, Michigna State.

49. New York Giants, Johnathan Hankins, dt, Ohio State.

50. Chicago, Jon Bostic, lb, Florida.

51. Washington, David Amerson, db, N.C. State.

52. New England (from Minnesota), Jamie Collins, lb, Southern Miss.

53. Cincinnati, Margus Hunt, de, SMU.

54. Miami (from Indianapolis), Jamar Taylor, db, Boise State.

55. San Francisco (from Green Bay), Vance McDonald, te, Rice.

56. Baltimore (from Seattle), Arthur Brown, lb, Kansas State.

57. Houston, D.J. Swearinger, db, South Carolina.

58. Denver, Montee Ball, rb, Wisconsin.

59. New England, Aaron Dobson, wr, Marshall.

60. Atlanta, Robert Alford, db, SE Louisiana.

61. Green Bay (from San Francisco), Eddie Lacy, rb, Alabama.

62. Seattle (from Baltimore), Christine Michael, rb, Texas A&M.

Third Round

63. Kansas City, Travis Kelce, te, Cincinnati.

64. Jacksonville, Dwayne Gratz, db, UConn.

65. Detroit, Larry Warford, g, Kentucky.

66. Oakland, Sio Moore, lb, UConn.

67. Philadelphia, Bennie Logan, dt, LSU.

68. Cleveland, Leon McFadden, db, San Diego State.

69. Arizona, Tyrann Mathieu, db, LSU.

70. Tennessee, Blidi Wreh-Wilson, db, UConn.

71. St. Louis (from Buffalo), T.J. McDonald, Southern Cal.

72. New York Jets, Brian Winters, ot, Kent State.

73. Tampa Bay, Mike Glennon, qb, N.C. State.

74. Dallas (from Carolina through San Francisco), Terrance Williams, wr, Baylor.

75. New Orleans, Terron Armstead, ot, Arkansas-Pine Bluff.

76. San Diego, Keenan Allen, wr, California.

77. Miami, Dallas Thomas, ot, Tennessee.

78. Buffalo (from St. Louis), Marquise Goodwin, wr, Texas.

79. Pittsburgh, Markus Wheaton, wr, Oregon State.

80. Dallas, J.J. Wilcox, db, Georgia Southern.

81. New York Giants, Damontre Moore, de, Texas A&M.

82. New Orleans (from Chicago through Miami), John Jenkins, nt, Georgia.

83. New England (from Minnesota), Logan Ryan, db, Rutgers.

84. Cincinnati, Shawn Williams, db, Georgia.

85. Washington, Jordan Reed, te, Florida.

86. Indianapolis, Hugh Thornton, g, Illinois.

87. Seattle, Jordan Hill, dt, Penn State.

88. San Francisco (from Green Bay), Corey Lemonier, de, Auburn.

89. Houston, Brennan Williams, ot, North Carolina.

90. Denver, Kayvon Webster, db, South Florida.

91. New England, Duron Harmon, db, Rutgers.

92. St. Louis (from Atlanta), Stedman Bailey, wr, West Virginia.

93. Miami (from San Francisco through Green Bay), Will Davis, db, Utah State.

94. Baltimore, Brandon Williams, dt, Missouri Southern.

95. x-Houston, Sam Montgomery, de, LSU.

96. x-Kansas City, Knile Davis, rb, Arkansas.

97. x-Tennessee, Zaviar Gooden, lb, Missouri.




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