Round 3

Please consult the trade spreadsheet for up-to-date information about trades. When making a trade, please update.

65. Philadelphia Eagles (from CAR): Clint Boling, OT/OG – Georgia
66. Cincinnati Bengals: Ryan Williams, RB – Virginia Tech
67. Denver Broncos: Dontay Moch, OLB – Nevada
68. Buffalo Bills: Drake Nevis, DT – LSU
69. Arizona Cardinals: Greg Jones, LB – Michigan State
70. Indianapolis (from CLE): Jason Pinkston, OT – Pittsburgh
71. Dallas Cowboys : Ras-I Dowling, CB – Virginia
72. New Orleans Saints (from WAS): Jarvis Jenkins, DT - Clemson
73. Houston Texans: Jerrel Jernigan, WR - Troy
74. Jacksonville Jaguars (from MIN through NE): Curtis Brown, CB - Texas
75. New England Patriots (from DET): Greg Little, WR – North Carolina
76. San Francisco 49ers: Curtis Marsh, CB - Utah State
77. Cleveland Browns(from TEN through IND): Kelvin Sheppard, LB - LSU
78. St. Louis Rams: John Moffitt, OG - Wisconsin
79. Baltimore Ravens (from MIA): Quan Sturdivant, LB - North Carolina
80. Carolina Panthers (from JAX): Johnny Patrick, CB – Louisville
81.  Oakland Raiders: Will Rackley, OG – Lehigh
82. San Diego Chargers: Denarius Moore, WR – Tennessee
83. Houston Texans (from NYG): Chris Carter, OLB – Fresno State
84. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Kendal Hunter, RB – Oklahoma State
85. Philadelphia Eagles: KJ Wright, OLB – Mississippi St.
86. Miami Dolphins (from DAL thru KC): Edmond Gates, WR – Abilene Christian
87. Indianapolis Colts: Mark Herzlich, LB – Boston College
88. Washington Redskins (from NE): Kris O’Dowd, C – USC
89. Washington Redskins (trom DEN through SD): Jerrell Powe, NT – Ole Miss
90. Dallas Cowboys (from MIA thru BAL): Marcus Gilbert, OT – Florida
91.  Atlanta Falcons: Marcus Gilchrist, CB – Clemson
92. Detroit Lions (from NE): DeMarco Murray, RB – Oklahoma
93. Jacksonville Jaguars (from CHI): Nate Irving, LB – NC State
94. Cleveland Browns (from NYJ): Taiwan Jones, RB/WR – Eastern Washington
95. Pittsburgh Steelers: Terrell McClain, DT – South Florida
96. Green Bay Packers: Joseph Barksdale, OL – LSU
97. Carolina Panthers (Compensatory): Brian Rolle, OLB – Ohio St.

Trades:

  • Cleveland trades #70 and #137 to Indianapolis for #77 and #119
  • Detroit trades pick #75 to New England for #92 and #159
  • Miami trades #79 and #217 to Baltimore for #90, #123, and a 2012 4th round pick
  • Jacksonville trades #80, #147, and #226 to Carolina for #98, #120, and #132
  • Dallas trades #86 and #143 to Miami for #90 and #123
  • Chicago trades #93 and #127 to Jacksonville for #98 and #120
  • New York Jets trade #94 to Cleveland for #102 and #168.
  • Jacksonville trades #93 and #120 to Chicago for #98 and #120
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3 Responses to Round 3

  1. Joe G says:

    The Bengals are very excited to announce the pick of Ryan Williams. We targeted him in round two and really believe he is in that top tier of RBs this year. He’s really a special player when healthy. Williams gives the Bengals a legit RB threat who can catch out of the backfield and run for big chunks of yardage. When was the last time they had that? We want to be a running offense with a west coast passing touch, Williams fits perfectly. This is our 3rd pick of the draft and we have now three players from our top 40, through 66 picks.

  2. Gentlemen,

    Originally we wanted to trade up to draft Curtis Marsh, are only remaining prospect with a second round grade. Unfortunately, the 49ers got to him first, leaving us with a difficult decision to make on who to draft at the 80th spot. In the end, we decided to go with our next CB on the Board, Louisville prospect Johnny Patrick. A tall, excellent athlete, Johnny is quick at identifying routes and closing in on receivers. He is also a strong tackler, and is not afraid to power his way through traffic and wrap up receivers. We fully expect him to compete for a starting job, but was added here as a way of strengthening our secondary. Will need to show growth in his ability to cover the deep game, however, in due time, we believe Johnny can become a solid CB at the next level. We look forward to working with him this off-season.

    Justin Occhionero
    GM, Carolina Panthers

  3. Gentlemen,

    With the likelihood of James Anderson leaving our team via free agency, the Panthers decided to go with Ohio State Buckeyes standout OLB Brian Rolle. Although undersized, his tenacity and ability to close in on the football made us a fan of his. He also is solid in pass coverage, often been physical off the line while remaining fluid once he steps back into coverage. His size has other teams worried, however the Panthers draft their prospects based on talent and not physical stature. He was the last remaining OLB with a 3rd round grade on our board, and thus an easy selection for us. We expect him to contribute immediately on special teams, and potentially compete for a starting gig. He still has much to improve, but with time we are fully confident in his ability to become a solid OLB in this league.

    Justin Occhionero
    GM, Carolina Panthers

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