Mock Draft: The 7-round edition

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1. Carolina Panthers (2-14), Cam Newton, QB, Auburn: Newton’s not the top overall player on my board, but he’s the man for Carolina at No. 1. The Panthers scored only 16 offensive touchdowns in 2010, and though Ron Rivera is a defensive coach at heart, the recent immediate success of first-year starters Matt Ryan, Joe Flacco and Sam Bradford — and their respective teams’ immediate returns to respectability — will help seal Newton’s No. 1 fate.

2. Denver Broncos (4-12), Patrick Peterson, CB, LSU: The top overall player on my board, Peterson is a can’t-miss, once-in-a-generation talent with the size, speed and versatility to play safety, too. For a defense that needs help everywhere, this pick makes more sense than one of the highly-touted defensive linemen. | Watch highlights

3. Buffalo Bills (4-12), Marcell Dareus, DE/DT, Alabama: The Buffalo defense gave up 169 rushing yards per game last season, worst in the league by a large margin. Dareus fits Buffalo’s scheme perfectly. He can play as one of the two-gap defensive tackles, or as either the defensive end or nose tackle in the 3-4. As for quarterback, look for coach Chan Gailey and GM Buddy Nix to go that route in the second round. | Watch highlights

4. Cincinnati Bengals (4-12), Blaine Gabbert, QB, Missouri: Whether it’s been Akili Smith, David Klingler or Carson Palmer, Bengals owner Mike Brown has never shied away from pulling the trigger and going for a big splash with quarterbacks in the first round. If Gabbert is available at No. 4 overall, the Bengals will pounce. | Watch highlights

5. Arizona Cardinals (5-11), Von Miller, LB, Texas A&M: Miller, who had 17.5 sacks as a junior in 2009, can fit into any NFL defense and is described as a DeMarcus Ware-like talent as an outside linebacker in a 3-4 defense. Arizona’s linebacker corps was among the worst in the NFL in 2010 and is riddled with aging veterans. The card will be at the podium within seconds here.

6. Cleveland Browns (5-11), A.J. Green, WR, Georgia: With Cleveland moving to a 4-3 scheme and Bowers, Fairley and Quinn — three of the elite defensive linemen of this draft — all still on the board, there may be some folks in Cleveland pushing to take one of the big boys over a receiver in the first round. In the end, though, I think the Browns get Colt McCoy a game-breaker in Green. He’s 6-foot-4, has tremendous speed and hands, and in my opinion is the best NFL receiver prospect since Calvin Johnson left Georgia Tech in 2007. | Watch highlights

7. San Francisco 49ers (6-10), Robert Quinn, DE, North Carolina: Though quarterback is a glaring need — David Carr is currently the only quarterback under contract on the 49ers roster — look for San Francisco to scoop up the best player on its board if Gabbert and Patrick Peterson are both gone. Some have Quinn, who missed the entire 2010 season due to suspension, as the top rated prospect in the entire draft.

8. Tennessee Titans (6-10), Nick Fairley, DT, Auburn: I like Fairley going to Tennessee, where his old college defensive coach Tracy Rocker is the Titans new defensive line coach. There’s a widely held concern that the big fella was a “one-year wonder” in college. The game tape and production don’t lie, though, and last year’s Lombardi Award winner was an absolute wrecking ball at Auburn in 2010. | Watch highlights

9. Dallas Cowboys (6-10), Tyron Smith, OT, USC: With a glaring need at the right tackle spot and Peterson already off the board, Jerry and Co. go with the offensive lineman with the biggest upside in the entire draft. Still just 20 years old, Smith has greatest potential of any offensive tackle in this draft. | Watch highlights

10. Washington Redskins (6-10), Julio Jones, WR, Alabama: With just two picks (Nos. 10 and 41) in the first four rounds, there’s a very strong chance Washington looks to trade down to the end of the first round here, where they’ll scoop up a quarterback. If they keep the 10th pick, they’ll go with Jones, the 6-2 star receiver out of Alabama. Also one of the best blocking receivers to enter the league in years, he’s got NFC East written all over him. | Watch highlights

11. Houston Texans (6-10), Aldon Smith, DE/OLB, Missouri: As a redshirt freshman at Mizzou in 2009, the 6-5 talented pass rusher recorded 11.5 sacks during his first year of college football. He recorded another 4.5 sacks before shattering his leg last season. Healthy now, former NFL great Warren Sapp last week compared Smith to DeMarcus Ware.

12. Minnesota Vikings, (6-10), Jake Locker, QB, Washington: I’m on an island with this pick, but with Joe Webb as the only quarterback currently under contract in Minny and Tarvaris Jackson likely not coming back, it’ll be awfully difficult for Vikings brass to pass on taking a quarterback at this pick.

13. Detroit Lions (6-10), Prince Amukamara, CB, Nebraska: With Castonzo, Solder and Carimi still on the board, some folks in Motown could be pushing for an offensive tackle with this pick. I think Jim Schwartz and Co. improve the Lions’ defensive backfield and go with Amukamara.

14. St. Louis Rams (7-9), Corey Liuget, DT, Illinois: Quickly rising up draft boards, Liuget was just a one-year starter at Illinois. He’s an athletic pass rusher, a run stopper and a good fit for the Rams’ 4-3 defensive scheme. This pick won’t necessarily wow the Rams fan base, but it instantly improves Steve Spagnuolo’s defensive line.

15. Miami Dolphins (7-9), Mike Pouncey, G/C, Florida: Pouncey is not as highly regarded a prospect as his identical twin Maurkice was last year. That said, he’s a surefire prospect and a long-term answer for Miami’s interior offensive line woes.

16. Jacksonville Jaguars (8-8), Da’Quan Bowers, DE, Clemson: College football’s sack leader in 2010, I love this kid’s game, work ethic and personality. Watching his game tapes, he flashes of Julius Peppers and Mario Williams. The rub? The knee issue. At No. 1 overall? He could be too great of a risk. At 16th? This is a steal.

17. New England Patriots (14-2, from Oakland, 8-8), Cameron Jordan, DE, California: The son of a former NFL All-Pro — his father is Vikings great Steve Jordan — Jordan is a hard-working, high-energy guy that fits the Bill Belichick mold. Capable of playing either 3-4 or 4-3 defensive end, Jordan’s versatility and smarts make him the perfect fit for New England.

18. San Diego Chargers (9-7), J.J. Watt, DE, Wisconsin: A run-stuffing 3-4 defensive end with bullish pass rush abilities, Watt’s a high-motor guy with the size and talent to make an immediate impact on San Diego’s already high-quality defense.

19. New York Giants (10-6), Anthony Castonzo, OT, Boston College: At 6-7, 310 pounds, Castonzo was a four-year starter and a standout tackle at BC. He started as a freshman in 2006, protecting Matt Ryan, and only got better as the years went on. A 53-game starter in college, the Chestnut Hill connection makes sense — it’s the same place as Chris Snee went and where coach Tom Coughlin coached for three seasons.

20. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (10-6), Ryan Kerrigan, DE, Purdue: The Bucs love their three young defensive tackles Gerald McCoy, Brian Price and Roy Miller, but need a young defensive end to provide some pass rush from the edge. Kerrigan is college football’s all-time leader in forced fumbles and though not the most athletic player in this draft, has the ability to sack the quarterback.

21. Kansas City Chiefs (10-6), Gabe Carimi, OT, Wisconsin: The Chiefs offensive line isn’t getting any younger. In Carimi, K.C. picks up the 2010 Outland Trophy winner who simply got the job done in his four years anchoring the Wisconsin offensive line.

22. Indianapolis Colts (10-6), Nate Solder, OT, Colorado: The 6-8 Solder is a converted tight end with superb athletic ability for a man his size. Solder’s not going to road pave in the running game and there are questions about his footwork, but at 22nd overall, he makes a lot of sense for Indianapolis.

23. Philadelphia Eagles (10-6), Jimmy Smith, CB, Colorado: A 6-2 physical press coverage corner, Smith could pair with Asante Samuel to form one of the league’s most dangerous 1-2 corner duos. He’s got a spotty off-the-field record, which could cause him to slip to Philly at 23.

24. New Orleans Saints (11-5), Cameron Heyward, DE, Ohio State: The Saints got a combined 7.5 sacks from defensive ends Will Smith and Alex Brown last season. Insert Heyward, the 6-4, the son of the late Saints great, Craig "Ironhead" Heyward.

25. Seattle Seahawks (7-9), Ryan Mallett, QB, Arkansas: It’s certainly not a popular sentiment these days, but I was, am, and will continue to be very high on Ryan Mallett right up until draft weekend. The quarterback that the 6-6 Mallett reminds me most of? A guy Pete Carroll knows quite well from his USC days — Bengals quarterback Carson Palmer. From what I see, he’s absolutely a first-round quarterback and would be a steal for Seattle at 25.

26. Baltimore Ravens (12-4), Ras-I Dowling, CB, Virginia: Cornerback’s certainly an area of need for Baltimore, and though some may view this as a bit of a reach pick, Dowling — coming off an injury — has first round talent. He’s big, physical and can start right away for John Harbaugh’s Ravens.

27. Atlanta Falcons (13-3), Adrian Clayborn, DE, Iowa: Everyone points to the defensive backfield as the main reason the Atlanta D was torched by Aaron Rodgers in the NFC divisional playoff loss to Green Bay, but there was zero pass rush getting to Rodgers in that game, either. Though he didn’t have the same numbers he did as a junior, Clayborn was still an All-Big Ten selection in 2010, and showed impressive pass-rush skills. I doubt general manager Thomas Dimitroff and coach Mike Smith would pass on him at this spot.

28. New England Patriots (14-2), Danny Watkins, Baylor, G/OT: You likely know Watkins’ story by now. With the New England offensive line not getting any younger, this one makes a whole lot of sense to me. Stephen Neal retired this offseason, Matt Light’s best days are behind him, and Logan Mankins’ days in New England could be numbered. Watkins can play guard or tackle on either side, right away.

29. Chicago Bears (12-4), Derek Sherrod, OT, Mississippi State: An All-SEC performer, Sherrod helped pave the way for a Mississippi State rushing attack that averaged 227.6 yards per game in 2010. A four-year starter in Starkville, he’ll immediately upgrade Chicago’s shaky offensive line.

30. New York Jets (11-5), Muhammad Wilkerson, DT/DE, Temple: A local kid from Linden, N.J., Wilkerson’s ability to play the five-technique makes him a very attractive prospect for New York’s 3-4 scheme.

31. Pittsburgh Steelers (12-4), Brandon Harris, CB, Miami: Ike Taylor’s a free agent-to-be and the Pittsburgh defensive backfield got lit up by Aaron Rodgers in the Super Bowl. Harris isn’t the biggest corner in this draft, but he’s one of the most talented.

32. Green Bay Packers (10-6), Marvin Austin, DT/DE, North Carolina: Green Bay is lush with young talent all over the field and has the luxury to take a risk on a wild card like Austin here. At 6-2, 310 pounds, Austin is widely considered a 4-3 defensive tackle, but Dom Capers can use him at defensive end in the 3-4.

Round 2

33. New England Patriots: Mark Ingram, RB, Alabama

34. Buffalo Bills: Colin Kaepernick, QB, Nevada

35. Cincinnati Bengals: Jon Baldwin, WR, Pittsburgh

36. Denver Broncos: Jabaal Sheard, DE, Pittsburgh

37. Cleveland Browns: Martez Wilson, LB, Illinois

38. Arizona Cardinals: Christian Ponder, QB, Florida State

39. Tennessee Titans: Andy Dalton, QB, TCU

40. Dallas Cowboys: Rahim Moore, S, UCLA

41. Washington Redskins: Akeem Ayers, OLB, UCLA

42. Houston Texans: Aaron Williams, CB/S, Texas

43. Minnesota Vikings: Torrey Smith, WR, Maryland

44. Detroit Lions: Justin Houston, DE/OLB, Georgia

45. San Francisco 49ers: Ricky Stanzi, QB, Iowa

46. Denver Broncos: Stephen Paea, DT, Oregon State

47. St. Louis Rams: Kyle Rudolph, TE, Notre Dame

48. Oakland Raiders: Stefen Wisniewski, G/C, Penn State

49. Jacksonville Jaguars: Greg Little, WR, North Carolina

50. San Diego Chargers: Phil Taylor, DT, Baylor

51. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Rodney Hudson, G/C, Florida State

52. New York Giants: Bruce Carter, LB, North Carolina

53. Indianapolis Colts: Mikel Leshoure, RB, Illinois

54. Philadelphia Eagles: Will Rackley, G, Lehigh

55. Kansas City Chiefs: Kenrick Ellis, DT, Hampton

56. New Orleans Saints: Ryan Williams, RB, Virginia Tech

57. Seattle Seahawks: Curtis Brown, CB, Texas

58. Baltimore Ravens: Randall Cobb, WR/RB/KR, Kentucky

59. Atlanta Falcons: Jerrel Jernigan, WR/KR, Troy

60. New England Patriots: Leonard Hankerson, WR, Miami

61. San Diego Chargers: Brooks Reed, OLB/DE, Arizona

62. Chicago Bears: Allen Bailey, DT/DE, Miami

63. Pittsburgh Steelers: James Carpenter, OT, Alabama

64. Green Bay Packers: Benjamin Ijalana, OT, Villanova

Round 3

65. Carolina Panthers: Christian Ballard, DE, Iowa

66. Cincinnati Bengals: Marcus Gilchrist, CB/S, Clemson

67. Denver Broncos: Mason Foster, LB, Washington

68. Buffalo Bills: Dontay Moch, OLB, Nevada

69. Arizona Cardinals: Taiwan Jones, RB, Eastern Washington

70. Cleveland Browns: Jason Pinkston, OT, Pittsburgh

71. Dallas Cowboys: Clint Boling, G, Georgia

72. New Orleans Saints: Drake Nevis, DT, LSU

73. Houston Texans: Davon House, CB, New Mexico State

74. New England Patriots: Quan Sturdivant, LB, North Carolina

75. Detroit Lions: Orlando Franklin, OT, Miami

76. San Francisco 49ers: Curtis Marsh, CB, Utah State

77. Tennessee Titans: Greg Salas, WR, Hawaii

78. St. Louis Rams: DeAndre McDaniel, S, Clemson

79. Miami Dolphins: Daniel Thomas, RB, Kansas State

80. Jacksonville Jaguars: Chris Conte, S, California

81. Oakland Raiders: Brandon Burton, CB, Utah

82. San Diego Chargers: Titus Young, WR, Boise State

83. New York Giants: Greg Jones, LB, Michigan State

84. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Cortez Allen, CB, The Citadel

85. Philadelphia Eagles: Jarvis Jenkins, DT, Clemson

86. Kansas City Chiefs: James Brewer, OT, Indiana

87. Indianapolis Colts: John Moffitt, G, Wisconsin

88. New Orleans Saints: Sam Acho, LB, Texas

89. San Diego Chargers: Terrence Toliver, WR, LSU

90. Baltimore Ravens: Chris Culliver, S/CB, South Carolina

91. Atlanta Falcons: Jalil Brown, CB, Colorado

92. New England Patriots: K.J. Wright, OLB, Mississippi State

93. Chicago Bears: Tyler Sash, S, Iowa

94. New York Jets: Edmond Gates, WR, Abilene Christian

95. Pittsburgh Steelers: DeMarco Murray, RB, Oklahoma

96. Green Bay Packers: Chimdi Chekwa, CB, Ohio State

97. Carolina Panthers: Jerrell Powe, DT, Mississippi

Round 4

98. Carolina Panthers: Brandon Hogan, CB, West Virginia

99. Seattle Seahawks — from New England via Denver: Daryl “Buster” Skrine, CB,


100. Buffalo Bills: Marcus Gilbert, OT, Florida

101. Cincinnati Bengals: Stephen Schilling, OG, Michigan

102. Cleveland Browns: Pernell McPhee, DE, Mississippi State

103. Arizona Cardinals: Pierre Allen, DE, Nebraska

104. Philadelphia Eagles — from Washington: Jah Reid, OT, UCF

105. Houston Texans: Lee Ziemba, OT, Auburn

106. Minnesota Vikings: Jurrell Casey, DT, USC

107. Detroit Lions: Greg Romeus, DE, Pittsburgh

108. San Francisco 49ers: Shareece Wright, CB, USC

109. Tennessee Titans: Johnny Patrick, CB, Louisville

110. Dallas Cowboys: Casey Matthews, LB, Oregon

111. Miami Dolphins: Quinton Carter, S, Oklahoma

112. St. Louis Rams: Austin Pettis, WR, Boise State

113. Oakland Raiders: Rashad Carmichael, CB, Virginia Tech

114. Jacksonville Jaguars: Colin McCarthy, LB, Miami

115. San Francisco 49ers — from San Diego: Chris Carter, OLB, Fresno State

116. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Kelvin Sheppard, LB, LSU

117. New York Giants: Chykie Brown, CB, Texas

118. Kansas City Chiefs: Adrian Moten, OLB, Maryland

119. Indianapolis Colts: Chris Rucker, CB, Michigan State

120. Philadelphia Eagles: Shane Vereen, RB, California

121. Jacksonville Jaguars — from New Orleans: Pat Devlin, QB, Delaware

122. Buffalo Bills — from Seattle: Deunta Williams, S, North Carolina

123. Baltimore Ravens: Ugo Chinasa, DE, Oklahoma State

124. Atlanta Falcons: Luke Stocker, TE, Tennessee

125. New England Patriots: Marcus Cannon, OT, TCU

126. New York Jets: Cliff Matthews, DE/OLB, South Carolina

127. Chicago Bears: Andrew Jackson, OG, Fresno State

128. Pittsburgh Steelers: Chris Hairston, OT, Clemson

129. Green Bay Packers: Niles Paul, WR, Nebraska

130. Tennessee Titans (compensatory): Nate Irving, LB, North Carolina State

131. Green Bay Packers (compensatory): Jacquizz Rogers, RB, Oregon State

Round 5

132. Carolina Panthers: Jeff Maehl, WR, Oregon

133. Buffalo Bills: Brian Rolle, OLB, Ohio State

134. Cincinnati Bengals: Anthony Gaitor, CB, FIU

135. Kansas City Chiefs — from Tampa Bay via Denver: Tandon Doss, WR, Indiana

136. Arizona Cardinals: Jeremy Beal, LB, Oklahoma

137. Cleveland Browns: Lance Kendricks, TE, Wisconsin

138. Houston Texans: Brandon Bair, DE, Oregon

139. Minnesota Vikings: Ian Williams, DT, Notre Dame

140. Kansas City Chiefs — from Detroit: Denarius Moore, WR, Tennessee

141. San Francisco 49ers: Cecil Shorts III, WR, Mount Union

142. Tennessee Titans: Zach Hurd, OG, Connecticut

143. Dallas Cowboys: DeMarcus Van Dyke, CB, Miami

144. Washington Redskins: Jordan Todman, RB, Connecticut

145. St. Louis Rams: Ricky Elmore, DE, Arizona

146. Miami Dolphins: Demarcus Dobbs, DE, Georgia

147. Jacksonville Jaguars: Jeremy Kerley, WR, TCU

148. Oakland Raiders: Joseph Barksdale, OT, LSU

149. Philadelphia Eagles — from San Diego: Eddie Jones, DE, Texas

150. Minnesota Vikings — from New York Giants: Ryan Winterswyk, DE, Boise State

151. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Vincent Brown, WR, San Diego State

152. Indianapolis Colts: Kendric Burney, CB, North Carolina

153. Philadelphia Eagles: Richard Sherman, CB, Stanford

154. Detroit Lions — from Kansas City: Ronald Johnson, WR, USC

155. Washington Redskins — from New Orleans: Korey Lindsay, CB, Southern Illinois

156. Seattle Seahawks: Nick Bellore, LB, Central Michigan

157. Seattle Seahawks — from Baltimore: Markus White, DE, Florida State

158. Atlanta Falcons: Keith Williams, OG, Nebraska

159. New England Patriots: Brandon Fusco, C, Slippery Rock

160. Chicago Bears: Loyce Means, CB, Houston

161. New York Jets: Ross Homan, LB, Ohio State

162. Pittsburgh Steelers: Talmadge Jackson, CB, Oregon

163. Green Bay Packers: Derek Newton, OT, Arkansas State

164. Baltimore Ravens (compensatory): Terrell McClain, DT, South Florida

165. Baltimore Ravens (compensatory): Mark Herzlich, LB, Boston College

Round 6

166. Carolina Panthers: Virgil Green, TE, Nevada

167. Cincinnati Bengals: Josh Bynes, LB, Auburn

168. Cleveland Browns — from Denver: Justin Rogers, CB, Richmond

169. Buffalo Bills: Mario Harvey, LB, Marshall

170. Cleveland Browns: Aldrick Robinson, WR, SMU

171. Arizona Cardinals: D’Aundre Reed, DE, Arizona

172. Minnesota Vikings: D.J. Young, OT, Michigan State

173. Seattle Seahawks — from Detroit: Justin Boren, OG, Ohio State

174. San Francisco 49ers: Kendall Hunter, RB, Oklahoma State

175. Tennessee Titans: Ahmad Black, S, Florida

176. Dallas Cowboys: James Dockery, CB, Oregon State

177. Washington Redskins: Robert Sands, S, West Virginia

178. Houston Texans: Sione Fua, DT, Stanford

179. Miami Dolphins: Cedric Thornton, DT, Southern Arkansas

180. St. Louis Rams: Delone Carter, RB, Syracuse

181. Oakland Raiders: Gabe Miller, DE, Oregon State

182. Jacksonville Jaguars: Orie Lemon, LB, Oklahoma State

183. San Diego Chargers: Alex Green, RB, Hawaii

184. Detroit Lions — from Philadelphia via Tampa Bay: DeMarcus Love, OT, Arkansas

185. New York Giants: Evan Royster, RB, Penn State

186. Arizona Cardinals — from Philadelphia: Akeem Dent, LB, Georgia

187. Tampa Bay Buccaneers — from Kansas City: Dion Lewis, RB, Pittsburgh

188. Indianapolis Colts: Kristofer O’Dowd, USC

189. Denver Broncos — from New England via New Orleans: Jordan Cameron, TE, USC

190. San Francisco 49ers — from Seattle: Lawrence Guy, DT, Connecticut

191. Baltimore Ravens: Will Hill, S, Florida

192. Atlanta Falcons: Armon Binns, WR, Cincinnati

193. New England Patriots: DeAndre Brown, WR, Southern Mississippi

194. New York Jets: Julian “Joonie” Posey, CB, Ohio

195. Chicago Bears: Jeff Tarpinian, LB, Iowa

196. Pittsburgh Steelers: Lazarius Levingston, DE, LSU

197. Green Bay Packers: Doug Hogue, LB, Syracuse

198. New York Giants (compensatory): David Arkin, G, Missouri State

199. Kansas City Chiefs (compensatory): Jabara Williams, LB, Stephen F. Austin

200. Minnesota Vikings (compensatory): Jaiquawn Jarrett, S, Temple

201. San Diego Chargers (compensatory): Andrew Phillips, G, Stanford

202. New York Giants (compensatory): Tim Barnes, C, Missouri

203. Carolina Panthers (compensatory): Derek Hall, OT, Stanford

Round 7

204. Green Bay Packers — from Carolina: Lawrence Wilson, LB, Connecticut

205. Denver Broncos: D.J. Williams, TE, Arkansas

206. Buffalo Bills: Rob Housler, TE, FAU

207. Cincinnati Bengals: Jamie Harper, RB, Clemson

208. New York Jets — from Arizona: Shiloh Keo, S, Idaho

209. Seattle Seahawks — from Cleveland: Julius Thomas, TE, Portland State

210. San Francisco 49ers — from Detroit: Ryan Whalen, WR, Stanford

211. San Francisco 49ers: J.T. Thomas, LB, West Virginia

212. Tennessee Titans: Weslye Saunders, TE, South Carolina

213. Dallas Cowboys (used in 2010 Supplemental Draft): Byron Stingily, OT, Louisville

214. Washington Redskins: Greg McElroy, QB, Alabama

215. Houston Texans: Kevin Rutland, CB, Missouri

216. Minnesota Vikings: Charlie Gantt, TE, Michigan State

217. St. Louis Rams: Jeron Johnson, S, Boise State

218. Miami Dolphins: Owen Maricic, FB, Stanford

219. Miami Dolphins — from Jacksonville: Tori Gurley, WR, South Carolina

220. Oakland Raiders: Nate Williams, S, Washington

221. Dallas Cowboys — from San Diego: Darvin Adams, WR, Auburn

222. New York Giants: Da’Norris Searcy, S, North Carolina

223. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Vance Cuff, CB, Georgia

224. Kansas City Chiefs*: Ramon Broadway, CB, Arkansas

225. Indianapolis Colts*: Mike Mohamed, LB, California

226. Baltimore Ravens — from Philadelphia: Ricardo Lockette, WR, Fort Valley State

227. New Orleans Saints: Dane Sanzenbacher, WR, Ohio State

228. Seattle Seahawks: David Mims, OT, Virginia Union

229. Baltimore Ravens: T.J. Yates, QB, North Carolina

230. Atlanta Falcons: Derrick Locke, RB, Kentucky

231. Atlanta Falcons — from New England: Stanley Havili, FB, USC

232. Chicago Bears (used in 2010 Supplemental Draft): Tyrod Taylor, QB, Virginia Tech

233. Detroit Lions — from New York Jets (forfeited due to tampering charges): Jeremy Ross, WR, California

234. Pittsburgh Steelers: Isa Abdul Quddus, S, Fordham

235. Green Bay Packers: Roy Helu, RB, Nebraska

236. San Diego Chargers (compensatory): Josh Portis, QB, California (Pennsylvania)

237. Miami Dolphins (compensatory): Charles Clay, FB, Tulsa

238. Minnesota Vikings (compensatory): Jake Kirkpatrick, C, TCU

239. Philadelphia Eagles (compensatory): David Carter, DT, UCLA

240. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (compensatory): Jason Teague, CB, TCU

241. San Francisco 49ers (compensatory): Brandyn Thompson, CB, Boise State

242. Philadelphia Eagles (compensatory): Karl Klug, DE, Iowa

243. Oakland Raiders (compensatory): Nathan Enderle, QB, Idaho

244. Seattle Seahawks (compensatory): Willie Smith, OT, East Carolina

245. New Orleans Saints (compensatory): Matt Murphy, OT, UNLV

246. Carolina Panthers (compensatory): Jerrard Terrant, S, Georgia Tech

247. Buffalo Bills (compensatory): Dom DeCicco, S, Pittsburgh

248. Cincinnati Bengals (compensatory): Mike Person, OG, Montana State

249. Denver Broncos (compensatory): Adam Weber, QB, Minnesota

250. Cleveland Browns (compensatory): Kiante Tripp, DE, Georgia

251. Arizona Cardinals (compensatory): Trevis Turner, OT, Abilene Christian

252. San Francisco 49ers (compensatory): Chris Neild, DT, West Virginia

253. Tennessee Titans (compensatory): Anthony Allen, RB, Georgia Tech

254. Dallas Cowboys (compensatory): Alex Henery, K, Nebraska

255. Washington Redskins (compensatory): Lee Smith, TE, Marshall

256. Houston Texans (compensatory): Jerrod Johnson, QB, Texas A&M