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2014 NFL draft facts

NFL draft facts

When/where: Thursday, May 8 (Round 1), 8 p.m. ESPN, NFL Network; Friday, May 9 (Rounds 2-3), 6:30 p.m., ESPN, ESPN2, NFLN; Saturday, May 10 (Rounds 4-7), noon, ESPN, NFLN at Radio City Music Hall in New York City

First-round order: 1. Texans, 2. Rams (from Redskins), 3. Jaguars, 4. Browns, 5. Raiders, 6. Falcons, 7. Bucs, 8. Vikings, 9. Bills, 10. Lions, 11. Titans, 12. Giants, 13. Rams, 14, Bears, 15. Steelers, 16. Cowboys, 17. Ravens, 18. Jets, 19. Dolphins, 20. Cardinals, 21. Packers, 22. Eagles, 23. Chiefs, 24. Bengals, 25. Chargers, 26. Browns (from Colts), 27. Saints, 28. Panthers, 29. Patriots, 30. 49ers, 31. Broncos, 32. Seahawks

Bucs picks: 1st round, 7th overall; 2nd round, 38th overall; 3rd round, 69th overall; 4th round (traded to Jets for Darrelle Revis); 5th round, 143rd overall; 6th round, 183rd overall (traded to Bears for OL Gabe Carimi); 6th round, 185th overall (from Bills for Mike Williams); 7th round, 221st overall

Bucs watch party: Thursday, May 8, Raymond James Stadium. Free admission and parking in lots south of stadium. Lots open 4:30, gates open 6 p.m. (enter through Gates C and D).

Greg Auman, Times staff writer

2014 NFL draft facts 04/30/14 [Last modified: Wednesday, April 30, 2014 9:15pm]
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