Texans Take Cowney First In NFL Draft

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Published on May 9 2014 5:17 am
Last Updated on May 9 2014 5:17 am
Written by Millie Lange

Clowney Picked First, Browns Make Three Trades

(New York, NY) -- The Houston Texans selected South Carolina defensive end Jadeveon Clowney first overall in the first round of the NFL Draft on Thursday night from New York City. The Rams used the first of two picks on Auburn offensive lineman Greg Robinson. St. Louis also took Pittsburgh defensive tackle Aaron Donald at 13. UCF quarterback Blake Bortles was the first QB off the board at number three to the Jaguars. The Browns made the first of three first-round trades at four, opting to trade back to number nine with the Bills.

Buffalo drafted wideout Sammy Watkins from Clemson. Cleveland then moved up one spot to number eight to take Oklahoma State cornerback Justin Gilbert.  Cleveland later traded their 26th overall choice to get to number-22 and take the second quarterback, Johnny Manziel [[ man-zel ]] of Texas A&M. The last pick of the first round, held by the Super Bowl champion Seahawks, was shipped to the Vikings, who jumped up from number 40 to draft Louisville QB Teddy Bridgewater. Rounds Two and Three continue Friday night with the final four rounds on Saturday.


Bears Take CB Fuller At 14

(New York, NY) -- The Chicago Bears stayed put at 14 in the first round of the NFL Draft. They took cornerback Kyle Fuller out of Virginia Tech. Rounds Two and Three are tonight with the final four rounds Saturday. Chicago has six more picks.


Rams Take Linemen In First Round

(New York, NY) -- The Rams stayed put at number two and 13 in the first round of the NFL Draft. St. Louis took Auburn offensive tackle Greg Robinson second overall and Pittsburgh defensive tackle Aaron Donald at 13. Rounds Two and Three are tonight, and Rounds Four through Seven are Saturday. The Rams have 10 more picks.