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Matt Leinart's draft-day fall was great news for the Cardinals.
Final Analysis
Landing Matt Leinart at No. 10 wasn't the only great value for the Cardinals in the 2006 draft. Todd McShay looks at every team's draft performance and what still must be addressed. NFC | AFC

• Kiper: Grades | Undrafted free agents | Job well done
• Scouts analysis: 1st | 2nd | 3rd | 4th | 5th | 6th | 7th
• Pasquarelli: Draft wrap | Bush feeling at home | Draft Q&A
• Santoliquito: Stovall's draft-day drama | McShay: Who slipped?
• Wojciechowski: The Texans did WHAT? | The real reason

The Draft in Motion
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ESPN's Chris Mortensen reacts to the Texans' decision to pick Mario Williams No. 1.
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Clayton: Eagles bring Bloom back to football
Jeremy Bloom, ruled ineligible to play football during his final two seasons at Colorado, was drafted in the fifth round by Philly.
Smith: Vick prepared to get bypassed during draft
Marcus Vick is hurt by the prospect of going undrafted but understands that it's a realistic possibility.
Clayton: Vets sent packing during draft weekend
An increase in the salary cap led to an unusual amount of trades and trade talk during draft weekend.
Clayton: Winners and losers from Day 1 of NFL draft
By adding the QB of their future and a veteran WR, the Broncos were big winners on Day 1 of the draft.
Pasquarelli: Defenders go early and often in first round
As projected, defensive players -- especially those capable of filling different roles -- made up a majority of the first-round picks.
Pasquarelli: Character counts on first day of draft
Former Trojans LenDale White and Winston Justice were among the highly-touted prospects that slid on Day 1.
Smith: Thoughts on the first-round of the NFL draft
From the Texans' decision to draft Mario Williams to the Saints landing Reggie Bush, Michael Smith offers his thoughts on the first round.
Clayton: OTs popular on Day 1
Because of a lack of depth, teams rushed to draft offensive tackles in the first three rounds, writes John Clayton.
Will No. 2 spot hurt Bush's marketability?
Reggie Bush cashed in before the draft started. But now that he's headed to New Orleans, will the endorsements keep coming?
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Draft Tracker
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History: #1 picks | 1st rounders | Team History
2006 NFL Draft Order - 1st Round
Rounds: 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7
1 Houston Mario Williams - DE
2 New Orleans Reggie Bush - RB
3 Tennessee Vince Young - QB
4 New York D'Brickashaw Ferguson - OT
5 Green Bay A.J. Hawk - LB
6 San Francisco Vernon Davis - TE
7 Oakland Michael Huff
8 Buffalo Donte' Whitner
9 Detroit Ernie Sims - LB
10 Arizona Matt Leinart - QB
11 Denver Jay Cutler - QB
12 Baltimore Haloti Ngata - DT
13 Cleveland Kamerion Wimbley - DE
14 Philadelphia Brodrick Bunkley - DT
15 St. Louis Tye Hill
16 Miami Jason Allen
17 Minnesota Chad Greenway - LB
18 Dallas Bobby Carpenter - LB
19 San Diego Antonio Cromartie
20 Kansas City Tamba Hali - DE
21 New England Laurence Maroney - RB
22 San Francisco Manny Lawson - DE
23 Tampa Bay Davin Joseph - OG
24 Cincinnati Johnathan Joseph
25 Pittsburgh Santonio Holmes - WR
26 Buffalo John McCargo - DT
27 Carolina DeAngelo Williams - RB
28 Jacksonville Marcedes Lewis - TE
29 New York Nick Mangold - C
30 Indianapolis Joseph Addai - RB
31 Seattle Kelly Jennings
32 New York Mathias Kiwanuka - DE

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