Posted by ESPN.com's Mike Sando
A few quick NFC West-related notes from the recently completed 2009 NFL draft:
The 49ers were among four teams that did not select an offensive lineman, along with the Raiders, Redskins and Saints.
Twelve teams drafted quarterbacks, including every NFC West team but Arizona.
The Cardinals were among three teams to draft two running backs. The Seahawks were one of 12 teams not to select one, a bit of a surprise to me.
Every NFC West team but Arizona drafted one receiver and one linebacker.
The Cardinals were among nine teams to draft two defensive backs. Seven teams drafted three. The Jets and Jaguars were the only teams not to draft one.
The Seahawks and Rams were among 14 teams to draft an offensive lineman in the first three rounds. The Jaguars and Bills drafted two apiece.
The Cardinals and 49ers were among six teams to draft a running back in the first three rounds.
The Seahawks and 49ers were among 13 teams to draft a receiver in the first three rounds. The Browns drafted three. The other 12 teams drafted one apiece.
The NFC West held three of the top 10 overall choices, but a league-low 16 in the first two-thirds of the draft (top 170 choices). Every other division had at least 20. The AFC East, AFC North, AFC South and AFC West each had 23.