|2||137||Denver (from St. Louis)||DE||Malik Jackson||Tennessee|
|3||138||Detroit (from Minnesota)||LB||Tahir Whitehead||Temple|
|4||139||Minnesota (from Cleveland)||CB||Robert Blanton||Notre Dame|
|5||140||Tampa Bay||LB||Najee Goode||West Virginia|
|8||143||Carolina||CB||Josh Norman||Coastal Carolina|
|9||144||Buffalo||T||Zebrie Sanders||Florida State|
|10||145||Tennessee (from Miami)||DE||Taylor Thompson||SMU|
|11||146||Kansas City||CB||De'Quan Menzie||Alabama|
|12||147||Buffalo (from Seattle)||LB||Tank Carder||TCU|
|13||148||Detroit (from Oakland)||CB||Chris Greenwood||Albion|
|14||149||San Diego||G||Johnnie Troutman||Penn State|
|15||150||St. Louis (from Chicago)||G||Rokevious Watkins||South Carolina|
|17||152||Dallas||WR||Danny Coale||Virginia Tech|
|19||154||Seattle (from New York Jets)||LB||Korey Toomer||Idaho|
|20||155||Miami (from Tennessee)||LB||Josh Kaddu||Oregon|
|23||158||Oakland (from Detroit)||DE||Jack Crawford||Penn State|
|25||160||Cleveland (from Denver)||G||Ryan Miller||Colorado|
|26||161||Houston||K||Randy Bullock||Texas A&M|
|27||162||New Orleans||S||Corey White||Samford|
|28||163||Green Bay (from Green Bay through New England)||LB||Terrell Manning||North Carolina St.|
|29||164||Atlanta (from Baltimore)||LB||Jonathan Massaquoi||Troy|
|30||165||San Francisco||LB||Darius Fleming||Notre Dame|
|31||166||Cincinnati (from New England)||WR||Marvin Jones||California|
|32||167||Cincinnati (from New York Giants)||S||George Iloka||Boise State|
|33||168||Oakland (compensatory)||WR||Juron Criner||Arizona|
|34||169||Baltimore (compensatory)||CB||Asa Jackson||Cal Poly|
|35||170||Indianapolis (compensatory)||RB||Vick Ballard||Mississippi St.|
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