NFL Draft Update, Day 1


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( - With the 32nd pick in the 2014 NFL Draft, the Minnesota Vikings select Louisville quarterback Teddy Bridgewater.

Round One:

1. Houston Texans - Jadeveon Clowney (DE, South Carolina); 2. St. Louis Rams - Greg Robinson (OT, Auburn); 3. Jacksonville Jaguars - Blake Bortles (QB, UCF); 4. Buffalo Bills - Sammy Watkins (WR, Clemson); 5. Oakland Raiders - Khalil Mack (LB, Buffalo); 6. Atlanta Falcons - Jake Matthews (OT, Texas A&M); 7. Tampa Bay Buccaneers - Mike Evans (WR, Texas A&M); 8. Cleveland Browns - Justin Gilbert (CB, Oklahoma State); 9. Minnesota Vikings - Anthony Barr (LB, UCLA); 10. Detroit Lions - Eric Ebron (TE, North Carolina); 11. Tennessee Titans - Taylor Lewan (OT, Michigan); 12. New York Giants - Odell Beckham Jr. (WR, LSU); 13. St. Louis Rams - Aaron Donald (DT, Pittsburgh); 14. Chicago Bears - Kyle Fuller (CB, Virginia Tech); 15. Pittsburgh Steelers - Ryan Shazier (LB, Ohio State); 16. Dallas Cowboys - Zack Martin (OT, Notre Dame); 17. Baltimore Ravens - C.J. Mosley (LB, Alabama); 18. New York Jets - Calvin Pryor (S, Louisville); 19. Miami Dolphins - Ja'Wuan James (OT, Tennessee); 20. New Orleans Saints - Brandin Cooks (WR, Oregon State); 21. Green Bay Packers - Ha Ha Clinton-Dix (S, Alabama); 22. Cleveland Browns - Johnny Manziel (QB, Texas A&M); 23. Kansas City Chiefs - Dee Ford (DE, Auburn); 24. Cincinnati Bengals - Darqueze Dennard (CB, Michigan State); 25. San Diego Chargers - Jason Verrett (CB, TCU); 26. Philadelphia Eagles - Marcus Smith (DE/LB, Louisville); 27. Arizona Cardinals - Deone Bucannon (S, Washington State); 28. Carolina Panthers - Kelvin Benjamin (WR, Florida State); 29. New England Patriots - Dominique Easley (DE/DT, Florida); 30. San Francisco 49ers - Jimmie Ward (S, Northern Illinois); 31. Denver Broncos - Bradley Roby (CB, Ohio State); 32. Minnesota Vikings - Teddy Bridgewater (QB, Louisville)

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