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Tampa Bay Buccaneers picks in 2009 NFL draft

Bucs draft picks

Round 1: No. 19

Round 2: Traded to Browns for tight end Kellen Winslow

Round 3: No. 17 (81st overall)

Round 4: No. 20 (120th overall)

Round 5: No. 19 (155th overall)

Round 6: No. 18 (191st overall)

Round 7: No. 8 (217th overall, from Jaguars for moving down in the second round of the 2008 draft)

Round 7: Traded to Steelers for guard Sean Mahan

Round 7: No. 20 (229th overall, from Bears for guard Dan Buenning)

Round 7: No. 24 (233rd overall, from Baltimore for defensive end Marques Douglas)



First round order

1 Detroit Lions
2 St. Louis Rams
3 Kansas City Chiefs
4 Seattle Seahawks
5 Cleveland Browns
6 Cincinnati Bengals
7 Oakland Raiders
8 Jacksonville Jaguars
9 Green Bay Packers
10 San Francisco 49ers
11 Buffalo Bills
12 Denver Broncos
13 Washington Redskins
14 New Orleans Saints
15 Houston Texans
16 San Diego Chargers
17 New York Jets
18 Denver Broncos (from Chicago)
19 Tampa Bay Buccaneers
20 Detroit Lions (from Dallas)
21 Philadelphia Eagles
22 Minnesota Vikings
23 New England Patriots
24 Atlanta Falcons
25 Miami Dolphins
26 Baltimore Ravens
27 Indianapolis Colts
28 Buffalo Bills (from Carolina via Philadelphia)
29 New York Giants
30 Tennessee Titans
31 Arizona Cardinals
32 Pittsburgh Steelers

Tampa Bay Buccaneers picks in 2009 NFL draft 04/18/09 [Last modified: Saturday, April 18, 2009 7:07pm]
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