Round 5

132. Oakland Raiders (from CAR through JAX): David Mims, OT - Virginia Union
133. Pittsburgh Steelers (from BUF): Stephen Schilling, OG - Michigan
134. Cincinnati Bengals: Rick Elmore, DE - Arizona
135. Kansas City Chiefs (from TB through DEN): Ian Williams, DT - Notre Dame
136. Arizona Cardinals: Josh Bynes, LB - Auburn
137. Indianapolis Colts (from CLE): Jacquizz Rodgers, RB – Oregon State
138. Houston Texans: Chris Culliver, FS – South Carolina
139. Minnesota Vikings: Tim Barnes, C – Missouri
140. Kansas City Chiefs (from DET): Bilal Powell, RB – Louisville
141. New York Giants (from SF): Rashad Carmichael, CB – VT
142. Tennessee Titans: Ross Homan, LB – OSU
143. Carolina Panthers (from DAL through MIA): Jordan Cameron, TE – USC
144. Washington Redskins: Terrance Toliver, WR – LSU
145. St. Louis Rams: Vincent Brown, WR – SDST
146. Seattle Seahawks (from MIA): Roy Helu, Jr., RB - Nebraska
147. Miami (from JAX through CAR): Virgil Green, TE - Nevada
148. Philadelphia Eagles (from OAK through JAX): Derrick Locke, RB - Kentucky
149. San Diego Chargers (from SD through PHI): Mark Legree, S - Appalachian State
150. Minnesota Vikings (from NYG): Rob Housler, TE – Florida Atlantic
151. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Cortez Allen, CB – Citadel
152. Indianapolis Colts: Kendric Burney, CB – UNC
153. Cincinnati Bengals (from PHI through JAX): Niles Paul, WR – Nebraska
154. Detroit Lions (from KC): Buster Skrine, CB – Tennessee-Chattannooga
155. Denver Broncos (from NO through WAS): Delone Carter, RB – Syracuse
156. Seattle Seahawks: Keith Williams, OG – Nebraska
157. Seattle Seahawks (from BAL): Derek Newton, OT – Arkansas State
158. Atlanta Falcons: Da’Rel Scott, RB – Maryland
159. Detroit Lions (from NE): Casey Matthews, LB – Oregon
160. Chicago Bears: Jalil Brown, CB – Colorado
161. New York Jets: Dwayne Harris, WR – East Carolina
162. Buffalo Bills (from PIT): Ahmad Black, S – Florida
163. Detroit Lions (From GB): Ronald Johnson, WR – USC
164. Baltimore Ravens (Compensatory): Chimdi Chekwa, CB – Ohio State
165. Baltimore Ravens (Compensatory): DeMarcus Van Dyke, CB – Miami

Trades:

  • Buffalo trades #133 to Pittsburgh for #163 and #196.
  • Oakland trades #148 and #219 to Jacksonville for #132
  • Carolina trades #147 and #166 to Miami for #143 and #218
  • Philadelphia trades #153 and #227 to Jacksonville for #148
  • San Diego trades #183 and their 2012 third round pick to Philadelphia for #149
  • Jacksonville trades #153 to Cincinnati for #167 and #207

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2 Responses to Round 5

  1. Gentlemen,

    The Panthers traded up in this round to grab the 2nd best tight end on our board, Jordan Cameron. We also had an inkling that the Dolphins would have selected him before us, and thus a trade would have to be done in order for us to grab him. Although raw and inexperienced, Cameron, put simply, is an athletic freak. A former basketball player, Jordan was a star at the combine finishing in third place for position in the 40 yard dash (4.59s), 3 Cone Drill (6.89s), and 20 yard shuttle (4.03s). His performance at the East-West Shrine game was also very impressive. Although unpolished, we fully expect Cameron to contribute to our team immediately, and learn from Jeremy Shockey in the process. He also has the ability to play on special teams, which is a huge bonus for us. With the success that Jimmy Graham (another former basketball player) had last year, the Panthers are very confident that Jordan can make an immediate impact. In the years to come, he will become an elite Tight End in this league, and as my Co-GM @dirtdogday said, “being Good Friday and all, it seems fitting for us to go with JC”.

    Justin Occhionero
    GM, Carolina Panthers

  2. Josh D says:

    With the 139th selection the Vikings draft Tim Barnes, C, Missouri.

    Current Vikings C John Sullivan spent last season trying to come back form a calf injury he received before the season. Because of this he was in and out of the line-up and the Vikings tried 3 different players at center none of whom, frankly, weren’t all that effective. In Barnes, the Vikings get a player that can back-up immediately and be pushing for a starting job after a season or two.

    With the 150th selection the Vikings draft Rob Housler, TE, FAU

    The Vikings need a little infusion of talent at the TE position. Shiancoe is terrific, but behind him is the aging Kleinsasser, and the serviceable, but replaceable Dugan. With Housler, the Vikings get excellent receiving skills and a match-up problem for the defense at the TE position.

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