With their final pick, the Bears went best available player, selecting Western Michigan wide receiver Daniel Braverman in the seventh-round (No. 230). Even though receiver is not a need, per se, Braverman’s college statistics will make you do a double-take.
ALLEN PARK, Mich. – The Detroit Lions ended up using all 10 picks in Bob Quinn’s first draft, finishing the selections with running back Dwayne Washington from the University of Washington.
A few thoughts on the Niners using the second of three six-round picks on Taylor with the 36nd pick of the sixth round, No. 211 overall.My take: Ten different backs carried the ball for the Niners’ injury-wracked running back corps last season but starter Carlos Hyde insists the stress fracture in his left foot is fully healed and Shaun Draughn proved more than a capable backup.
In Washington's Travis Feeney, the Steelers got a rotational pass rusher that instantly injects athleticism into the outside linebacker group. Feeney's an All-Pac-12 second team performer with 17.
ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. -- A wrap-up of the Buffalo Bills' draft.Best move: It's a close call between Shaq Lawson (first round) and Reggie Ragland (second round).
With the first pick of the seventh round, the Tennessee Titans took linebacker Aaron Wallace, who played for Titans LB coach Lou Spanos at UCLA.