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NFL releases official order of 2010 draft

By Steve Corkran
Thursday, March 25th, 2010 at 11:53 am in Oakland Raiders.

 

 

 

 

 

The league released the official order of the upcoming 2010 NFL draft. Here is a quick look at where the Raiders pick in the three-day, seven-round process that begins April 22:

First round: No. 8 overall
Second round: No. 39 overall
Third round: No. 69 overall
Fourth round: No. 106 overall
Fifth round: No. 138 overall
Fifth round: No. 158 overall (the Raiders received this selection from the New England Patriots last year in a trade for defensive end Derrick Burgess).
Seventh round: No. 215 overall
Seventh round: No. 251 overall (this is a compensatory selection awarded the Raiders by the league)
The Raiders are without a sixth-round pick in this year’s draft because they used it and a seventh-rounder in the 2009 draft to get a sixth-rounder from the Carolina Panthers in the 2009 draft so that they could select tight end Brandon Myers.

 

 

What follows is a round-by-round breakdown of the entire draft (32 of the picks are compensatory):

 

 

ROUND ONE

 

Round Pick Overall Club
1 1 1 St. Louis
       
1 2 2 Detroit
       
1 3 3 Tampa Bay
       
1 4 4 Washington
1 5 5 Kansas City
       
1 6 6 Seattle
1 7 7 Cleveland
1 8 8 Oakland
       
1 9 9 Buffalo
       
1 10 10 Jacksonville
1 11 11 Denver from Chicago
1 12 12 Miami
       
1 13 13 San Francisco
1 14 14 Seattle from Denver
1 15 15 New York Giants
1 16 16 Tennessee
1 17 17 San Francisco from Carolina
       
1 18 18 Pittsburgh
1 19 19 Atlanta
1 20 20 Houston
       
1 21 21 Cincinnati
1 22 22 New England
       
1 23 23 Green Bay
1 24 24 Philadelphia
       
1 25 25 Baltimore
       
1 26 26 Arizona
       
1 27 27 Dallas
       
1 28 28 San Diego
       
1 29 29 New York Jets
       
1 30 30 Minnesota
       
1 31 31 Indianapolis
       
1 32 32 New Orleans

 

 

ROUND TWO

 

Round Pick Overall Club
2 1 33 St. Louis
       
2 2 34 Detroit
       
2 3 35 Tampa Bay
       
2 4 36 Kansas City
2 5 37 Washington
       
2 6 38 Cleveland
2 7 39 Oakland
2 8 40 San Diego from Seattle
       
2 9 41 Buffalo
       
2 10 42 Tampa Bay from Chicago
2 11 43 Miami
2 12 44 New England from Jacksonville
       
2 13 45 Denver
2 14 46 New York Giants
2 15 47 New England from Tennessee
2 16 48 Carolina
2 17 49 San Francisco
       
2 18 50 Kansas City from Atlanta
2 19 51 Houston
2 20 52 Pittsburgh
       
2 21 53 New England
2 22 54 Cincinnati
       
2 23 55 Philadelphia
2 24 56 Green Bay
       
2 25 57 Baltimore
       
2 26 58 Arizona
       
2 27 59 Dallas
       
2 28 60 Seattle from San Diego
       
2 29 61 New York Jets
       
2 30 62 Minnesota
       
2 31 63 Indianapolis
       
2 32 64 New Orleans

 

 

ROUND THREE

 

Round Pick Overall Club
3 1 65 St. Louis  
       
3 2 66 Detroit
       
3 3 67 Tampa Bay
       
3 4   Washington (Exercised in Supplemental Draft)
3 5 68 Kansas City
       
3 6 69 Oakland
3 7 70 Philadelphia from Seattle
3 8 71 Cleveland
       
3 9 72 Buffalo
       
3 10 73 Miami
3 11 74 Jacksonville
3 12 75 Chicago
       
3 13 76 New York Giants
3 14 77 Tennessee
3 15 78 Carolina
3 16 79 San Francisco
3 17 80 Denver
       
3 18 81 Houston
3 19 82 Pittsburgh
3 20 83 Atlanta
       
3 21 84 Cincinnati
3 22 85 Cleveland from New England through Oakland
       
3 23 86 Green Bay
3 24 87 Philadelphia
       
3 25 88 Arizona from Baltimore
       
3 26 89 Arizona  
       
3 27 90 Dallas
       
3 28 91 San Diego
       
3 29 92 Cleveland from New York Jets
       
3 30 93 Minnesota
       
3 31 94 Indianapolis
       
3 32 95 New Orleans
       
3 33 96 Cincinnati (Compensatory Selection)
3 34 97 Tennessee (Compensatory Selection)
3 35 98 Atlanta (Compensatory Selection)

 

 

ROUND FOUR

 

Round Pick Overall Club
4 1 99 St. Louis
       
4 2 100 Detroit
       
4 3 101 Tampa Bay
       
4 4 102 Kansas City
4 5 103 Washington 
       
4 6 104 Seattle
4 7 105 Cleveland
4 8 106 Oakland
       
4 9 107 Buffalo
       
4 10 108 Jacksonville
4 11 109 Chicago
4 12 110 Miami
       
4 13 111 Tennessee
4 14 112 Carolina
4 15 113 San Francisco
4 16 114 Denver
4 17 115 New York Giants
       
4 18 116 Pittsburgh
4 19 117 Atlanta
4 20 118 Houston
       
4 21 119 New England
4 22 120 Cincinnati
       
4 23 121 Philadelphia
4 24 122 Green Bay
       
4 25 123 Arizona from Baltimore
       
4 26 124 New York Jets from Arizona
       
4 27 125 Dallas
       
4 28 126 San Diego
       
4 29 127 Seattle from New York Jets through Philadelphia
       
4 30 128 Minnesota
       
4 31 129 Indianapolis
       
4 32 130 New Orleans
       
4 33 131 Cincinnati (Compensatory Selection)

 

 

ROUND FIVE

 

Round Pick Overall Club
5 1 132 St. Louis
       
5 2 133 Detroit
       
5 3 134 Cleveland from Tampa Bay
       
5 4 135 Washington
5 5 136 Kansas City
       
5 6 137 Cleveland
5 7 138 Oakland
5 8 139 Seattle
       
5 9 140 Buffalo
       
5 10 141 Chicago
5 11 142 Kansas City from Miami
5 12 143 Jacksonville
       
5 13 144 Kansas City from Carolina
5 14 145 San Francisco
5 15 146 Cleveland from Denver through Detroit
5 16 147 New York Giants
5 17 148 Tennessee
       
5 18 149 Atlanta
5 19 150 Houston
5 20 151 Pittsburgh
       
5 21 152 Cincinnati
5 22 153 Tampa Bay from New England
       
5 23 154 Green Bay
5 24 155 New York Jets from Philadelphia
       
5 25 156 Baltimore
       
5 26 157 Baltimore from Arizona
       
5 27 158 Oakland from Dallas through New England and Denver
       
5 28 159 San Diego
       
5 29 160 Cleveland from New York Jets
       
5 30 161 Minnesota
       
5 31 162 Indianapolis
       
5 32 163 St. Louis from New Orleans through Philadelphia
       
5 33 164 Pittsburgh (Compensatory Selection)
5 34 165 Atlanta (Compensatory Selection)
5 35 166 Pittsburgh (Compensatory Selection)
5 36 167 Minnesota (Compensatory Selection)
5 37 168 San Diego (Compensatory Selection)
5 38 169 Green Bay (Compensatory Selection)

 

 

ROUND SIX

 

Round Pick Overall Club
6 1 170 St. Louis
       
6 2 171 Atlanta from Detroit
       
6 3 172 Tampa Bay
       
6 4 173 Miami from Kansas City
6 5 174 Miami from Washington
       
6 6 175 Carolina from Oakland
6 7 176 Seattle
6 8 177 Cleveland
       
6 9 178 Buffalo
       
6 10 179 Miami
6 11 180 Jacksonville
6 12 181 Chicago
       
6 13 182 San Francisco
6 14 183 Denver
6 15 184 New York Giants
6 16 185 Tennessee
6 17 186 Cleveland from Carolina
       
6 18 187 Houston
6 19 188 Pittsburgh
6 20 189 Atlanta
       
6 21 190 New England
6 22 191 Cincinnati
       
6 23 192 Buffalo from Philadelphia
6 24 193 Green Bay
       
6 25 194 Baltimore
       
6 26 195 Arizona
       
6 27 196 Dallas
       
6 28 197 Houston from San Diego
       
6 29 198 New York Jets
       
6 30 199 Minnesota
       
6 31 200 Philadelphia from Indianapolis
       
6 32 201 New Orleans
       
6 33 202 Carolina (Compensatory Selection)
6 34 203 Jacksonville (Compensatory Selection)
6 35 204 Carolina (Compensatory Selection)
6 36 205 New England (Compensatory Selection)
6 37 206 San Francisco (Compensatory Selection)
6 38 207 Tennessee (Compensatory Selection)

 

 

ROUND SEVEN

 

Round Pick Overall Club
7 1 208 St. Louis
       
7 2 209 Buffalo from Detroit
       
7 3 210 Tampa Bay
       
7 4 211 Washington
7 5 212 Miami from Kansas City
       
7 6 213 Seattle
7 7 214 Detroit from Cleveland
7 8 215 Oakland
       
7 9 216 Buffalo
       
7 10 217 Tampa Bay from Jacksonville
7 11 218 Chicago
7 12 219 Miami
       
7 13 220 Denver
7 14 221 New York Giants
7 15 222 Tennessee
7 16 223 Carolina
7 17 224 San Francisco
       
7 18 225 Pittsburgh
7 19 226 St. Louis from Atlanta
7 20 227 Houston
       
7 21 228 Cincinnati
7 22 229 New England
       
7 23 230 Green Bay
7 24 231 New England from Philadelphia through Denver and New England
       
7 25 232 Tampa Bay from Baltimore
       
7 26 233 Arizona
       
7 27 234 Dallas
       
7 28 235 San Diego
       
7 29 236 New York Jets
       
7 30 237 Minnesota
       
7 31 238 Indianapolis
       
7 32 239 New Orleans
       
7 33 240 Indianapolis (Compensatory Selection)
7 34 241 Tennessee (Compensatory Selection)
7 35 242 Pittsburgh (Compensatory Selection)
7 36 243 Philadelphia (Compensatory Selection)
7 37 244 Philadelphia (Compensatory Selection)
7 38 245 Seattle (Compensatory Selection)
7 39 246 Indianapolis (Compensatory Selection)
7 40 247 New England (Compensatory Selection)
7 41 248 New England (Compensatory Selection)
7 42 249 Carolina (Compensatory Selection)
7 43 250 New England (Compensatory Selection)
7 44 251 Oakland (Compensatory Selection)
7 45 252 Miami (Compensatory Selection)
7 46 253 Tampa Bay (Compensatory Selection)
7 47 254 St. Louis (Compensatory Selection)
7 48 255 Detroit (Compensatory Selection)
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  • 24

    Ottocrat – Sad news.

  • 30 year raider

    common lets here it SOMEONE I WANT TO KNOW WHAT YOU ARE THINKING…. HOW MANY WINS DOES MR. CHUNKY SOUP GETS US?????????????

  • edward teach

    Charles Woodson is seriously underrated on that list. I don’t care if the guy IS a hundred years old, he can still cover and there’s probably not a better run-support corner in the entire league.

  • 24

    30 Year Raider – That probably depends on what the Raiders do regarding the offensive line and Defensive line. Plus, we have to figure out who’s staying at linebacker. McNabb doesn’t make us a winning team but hes a start in the right direction. We could easily go 5-11 with McNabb at QB if other areas aren’t addressed.

  • Sweep The Leg.

    Wow, that sucks.

    Rest in peace, Elijah.

  • 24

    Edward Teach – I would have to agree with you…on top of that, hes a big time natural playmaker and hes instant offense after interceptions.

  • Sweep The Leg.

    30 year,

    Last year we saw what even decent play at QB did for our team.

    If Bruce starts all year I could see us at 8-8 or 9-7.

    If we get McNabb I could see 8-8 to 11-5.

    I would guess 10-6 if I was betting.

  • fat kidd

    BEN ROETHLISBERGER WEARING OUT HIS WELCOME IN PITTSBURGH AND WE HAVE NIGHTCLUBS IN OAKLAND

  • 30 year raider

    # Sweep The Leg. Says:
    March 25th, 2010 at 5:04 pm

    30 year,

    Last year we saw what even decent play at QB did for our team.

    If Bruce starts all year I could see us at 8-8 or 9-7.

    If we get McNabb I could see 8-8 to 11-5.

    I would guess 10-6 if I was betting.
    @@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@

    THANK YOU SWEEP THE LEG
    NOW WHOS F.U.C.K.I.N NEXT????

  • edward teach

    30 Year Raider…

    IF we do something about the o-line and address the middle of the defense, and with an NFL-caliber offensive coordinator calling the plays, I could reasonably see 9-10 wins.

    A lot of things would have to come together, though, for that to happen year one.

  • 30 year raider

    fATT KIDD???? 24???? KELL???? ED TEACH????

  • PassTheCheetos

    if we trade for mcnabb we could get into troublesome situation next year trying to resign both mcnabb and seymour.

  • http://www.wix.com/GGEden/ggeden GG
  • 30 year raider

    # edward teach Says:
    March 25th, 2010 at 5:12 pm

    30 Year Raider…

    IF we do something about the o-line and address the middle of the defense, and with an NFL-caliber offensive coordinator calling the plays, I could reasonably see 9-10 wins.

    A lot of things would have to come together, though, for that to happen year one.
    ###########################################

    THANK YOU MR TEACH I APPRECIATE THAT THERE BROTHA

  • 30 year raider

    # PassTheCheetos Says:
    March 25th, 2010 at 5:14 pm

    if we trade for mcnabb we could get into troublesome situation next year trying to resign both mcnabb and seymour.
    ###########################

    RISK VS REWARD!!!!!!!!!!

  • fat kidd

    RAIDERS SHOULD PURSUE ADAM PACMAN JONES WE NEED A KICK RETURNER

  • 24

    30 Year – I’m gonna say 5-11 until I see them pass that mark once again.

  • 24

    Pacman Jones isn’t worth the headache. We should have kept Justin Miller but Nick Miller should be handling the kick return duties…whatever that means.

  • 30 year raider

    24 Says:
    March 25th, 2010 at 5:20 pm

    30 Year – I’m gonna say 5-11 until I see them pass that mark once again.
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    fair enough 24

  • 30 year raider

    anyone else?????

  • inonewordraider

    Eagles concocting Raiders pursuing Mcnabb rumors to up other teams offers for Mcnabb understanding that other teams know if Raiders are interested the offer is enormous

  • 24

    Inonewordraider – You’re probably right but this rumor is better than seeing the million mock drafts everybody reposts over and over every single freakin day only to watch the Raiders do something completely freakin different.

  • The Big Banana

    Well, I’m interested to see what Hue Jackson brings to the table this year, with or without McNabb. As much as Jerry downplayed play calling, I think the big Cable goon was in over his head calling plays.

  • fat kidd

    JERRY JONES SAYS FELIX JONES STARTER SO LOOK FOR A RAIDERS -COWBOYS TRADE FOR MARION BARBER

  • The Big Banana

    Eagles concocting Raiders pursuing Mcnabb rumors to up other teams offers for Mcnabb understanding that other teams know if Raiders are interested the offer is enormous
    ================================================
    Good point! I was thinking about that very thing when the info came out about the Rams offering their 2nd. I think the Eagles are messin’ with some folks. Hopefully they don’t manipulate Davis into giving up the farm.

  • http://www.car.org KoolKell

    So the last time Hue Jackson was OC was in 07′ with the Falcons. They were 4-12, scored 16 pt per game and QB Joey Harrington had a 77
    passer rating.

    http://www.pro-football-reference.com/teams/atl/2007.htm

    Any comments?

  • inonewordraider

    If we get Mcnabb we still need a NT at least one new OL starter from the draft and a starting FB

    If we stick w/ Bruce we need a NT at least one new OL starter from the draft a starting FB and the same effort/effectiveness Bruce displayed against Pittsburgh every single game which is a huge longshot

  • 30 year raider

    # KoolKell Says:
    March 25th, 2010 at 5:33 pm

    So the last time Hue Jackson was OC was in 07′ with the Falcons. They were 4-12, scored 16 pt per game and QB Joey Harrington had a 77
    passer rating.

    http://www.pro-football-reference.com/teams/atl/2007.htm

    Any comments?
    #################################

    not until you tell me how many games we win with chunky soup at QB??

  • edward teach

    Kell,

    Yeah, I’ll comment. Joey Harrington sucks, and is eother out of the league or should be.

    If Hue Jackson could get a 77 passer rating out of that clown and do the job he did getting Joe Flacco ready to play in the NFL, then maybe he’s a pretty good choice after all.

  • 24

    The Big Banana – I think Hue Jackson came here, watched the film and said…Oh Sh!t. He then went to Al Davis’ office and said…”Dude, I need a QB, the guys we have suck.”

  • http://www.car.org KoolKell

    If Hue Jackson is a mediocre OC as his record indicates, 7 wins?

  • 24

    Fat Kidd – I like Marion Barber but hes Eddie George #2. He was great when he was reckless but hes broken down fast and thats why Jones The Playmaker (like Chris Johnson) will take over. Barber is on the downside of his career already.

  • edward teach

    The Falcons also gave up 414 points on defense that year, Bobby Petrino bailed on the team in week 13, and Michael Vick was arrested for his role on (among other things) a dog-fighting scheme.

    Any comments?

  • Ghost to the Post

    McNabb brings in a proven all pro QB and the offensive of line will respect him and they will play up for him. The same can be said for the receivers and running backs. If we can bring Donovan in I say Hell ya. Go Raiders!!!

  • 24

    KoolKell – Everybody with Harrington hasn’t faired well. Hue Jackson has been unlucky when it comes to who hes had at QB and its the same situation here. Unless they give Jackson a real QB to work with, the same results will happen.

  • 30 year raider

    # KoolKell Says:
    March 25th, 2010 at 5:42 pm

    If Hue Jackson is a mediocre OC as his record indicates, 7 wins?
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    allright kool kell…. 44 year raider you are entitled to your opinion!!

  • 24

    Not only are we relying on good QB play but what about the WR’s? Is anybody confident at all with Schilens, Murphy, DHB, JLH and Nick Miller? I’m worried.

  • 30 year raider

    # Ghost to the Post Says:
    March 25th, 2010 at 5:43 pm

    McNabb brings in a proven all pro QB and the offensive of line will respect him and they will play up for him. The same can be said for the receivers and running backs. If we can bring Donovan in I say Hell ya. Go Raiders!!!
    ###################################

    took the words right out of my mouth!!! lol

  • ottocrat

    With all of the draft talk speculation going on, here’s the real question: Will the Raiders make it FOUR COLOSSAL 1ST ROUND BUSTS in a row?

  • http://www.car.org KoolKell

    Hue Jackson has done very well with all the skill positions. But he’s been OC twice.

    Washington in 03′
    Atlanta in 07′

    Neither of those teams did well offensively.

  • 24

    McNabb would bring accountability to the offense. He would put people in their place, line people up properly, make the changes at the line and keep people calm. He won’t be a dear caught in the headlights.

  • 30 year raider

    30 year raider Says:
    March 25th, 2010 at 4:47 pm

    i can hear Pappa now ” mcnabb looking gets out of the pocket moves to his right finds murphy in the corner of the endzone touchdoooooooooooooooooooooooown Raiduuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuhs!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • 24

    Deer.

  • fat kidd

    I DOT THINK THAT MCNABB WOULD HAVE THE BALL SWATTED OUT OF HIS HANDS FOR A FUMBLE LIKE J. RUSSELL

  • 24

    Ottocrat – Most likely.

  • 30 year raider

    # 24 Says:
    March 25th, 2010 at 5:48 pm

    McNabb would bring accountability to the offense. He would put people in their place, line people up properly, make the changes at the line and keep people calm. He won’t be a dear caught in the headlights.
    ##########################################

    nicely put 24 would you care now to give me your “honest opinion if mr. chunky soup was qb here????

  • 24

    KoolKell – The fact that Jackson only had 1 year to accomplish greatness each time is absurd. You can’t expect that guy to take someone else’s team and work magic with it. Just like a Head Coach, he needed more time to build the team around him that he felt comfortable with.

  • http://www.car.org KoolKell

    Those 07′ Falcons had Joey Harrington, Chris Redman, and Byron Leftwich, all had losing records.

    http://www.pro-football-reference.com/teams/atl/2007.htm

  • 24

    30 Year – Yeah…5-11 until proven otherwise. Thats my honest opinion. I’ve been saying 10-6 and 11-5 for what…7 years? No thanks.

  • RaiderResurrection

    I’d Trade a Jamarcus Russell for a Double Double and fries.