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NFL draft 2019: Josh Rossen, every choice, every trade, round two, round three



On the day when trades were dominant in the second and third rounds, one particular thing was emphasized by the rest.

Josh Rosen heading for Miami, after the Cardinals from Arizona split up with their 2018 number 10.

It was an unsustainable situation in Arizona for Rossen, who saw how his organization took over another defender, Kieler Murray, with No. 1 in the 2019 group.

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Dolphins could get away from stealing the off-season, giving up only the second round of elections (number 62) and the fifth round for Rosen in 2020.

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Rossen will join 36-year-old champion Ryan Fitzpatrick in Miami after the organization sold the start Ryan Tennehill to the Titans in the Tennessee in March.

Dolphins will pay Rosen for about $ 6.3m over the next three seasons and will have the right to raise their fifth year option for 2022 if they want.

Last season, Rossen threw 2.278 yards and 11 touchdowns with 14 intercepts, and the cardinals finished last in points and yards as they ran 3-13.

NFL AERIAL NUCLEAR CIRCUIT

So you want NFL's air circus? Try the second round of the draft.

And some of the third.

From Saturday (AEST) the first 32 elections, 11 were defensive feet accused of holding passers-by, seven of which were elected. Plus another seven offensive linemen accused of protecting the guys who throw the ball.

Only one defender, Drew Blokir of Missouri, was taken to Round 2, going to Denver 42. generally after Broncos traded with Cincinnati to lock him in. Some projections passed in the first round.

"Sure, that certainly does," Lock said when asked if he was still motivated to prove now when he slipped so far; the previous defense defensive was Dwayne Haskins on the 15th.

"I know what kind of player I am, I know what kind of player I am going to play, and this adds a little chip to my shoulder bigger than the one already there."

Many players may have such a view, thinking they belonged to the first round. As they deal with Jawaan Taylor of Florida and guard Cody Ford of Oklahoma, who were at hand for the draft and had to wait much longer than other prospects.

"It was a little catastrophic," Taylor said he was ignored before the Jaguars were taken over. "I only have so much confidence in myself and I have great expectations for myself. I feel like I have something to prove … so I'm just waiting to see what happens next."

New Jacksonville Jaguar, Jawahan Taylor.
New Jacksonville Jaguar, Jawahan Taylor.Source: AP

The second round began with heavy injuries by Byron Murphy from Washington and Rock Ya-Sin of the temple that went to Arizona and Indianapolis.

A little later, he ran along with Sean Bunting from Central Michigan, Trayvon Moulin of Clemson, Jodian Williams of Vanderbilt, Gred Williams of the LSC – at one point considered the peak of defense in this culture – and the security of Yuki Marquis Blair.

They did not collapse until the safety of Juan Thornhill from Virginia did not reach the bosses for the second round.

One place later, Seattle moved for Mississippi WR DK Metcalf, which was rated by some of the best broad spectrum in this group.

Apart from Conclusion, the only defensive defender was the highly productive Will Griever in West Virginia in Carolina in no. 100, two points from the end of the night.

The teams began to branch out in the third round – the final four rounds will be held on Sunday – with running on the back receive little attention. But not much: four, which turned into sixteen. Josh Jacobs of Alabama entered the first round, and teammate Demien Harris did it in the third. Mills Sanders of Penn State was the only RB made in the second round, from Philadelphia.

DAY TWO TRADE

Jacksonville Jaguar moves to 35

Auckland gets:

– 2019 in the first round (number 38)

– 2019 of the fourth round (number 109)

Jacksonville receives:

– 2019 in the first round (No. 35)

– 2019 five-lap selection (No. 140)

– 2019 seventh round (No 235)

KAROLINA PANTERS CAN MAKE IT ON 37

Seattle gets:

– 2019 of the second round (No. 47)

– 2019 of the third round (No. 77)

Caroline receives:

– 2019 of the second round (No. 37)

BUFFALOG REMARKS CAN STORE 38

Auckland gets:

– 2019 of the second round (No. 40)

– 2019 five-lap selection (No. 158)

Buffalo gets:

– 2019 of the second round (No. 38)

DENVER BRANTCOS MOVING UP TO 42

The Bengalians receive:

– 2019 of the second round (number 52)

– 2019 of the fourth round (number 125)

– 2019 of the sixth round (No. 182)

Denver gets:

– 2019 of the second round (No. 42)

NEW PATRIENTS OF ENGLAND TO RESPOND TO 45

Los Angeles gets:

– 2019 of the second round (No. 56)

– 2019 selection from the third round (No. 101)

New England gets:

– 2019 of the second round (No. 45)

KLEVELAND BROTHERS MOVE TO 46

Indianapolis receives:

– 2019 of the second round (number 49)

– 2019 five-lap selection (No. 144)

Cleveland gets:

– 2019 of the second round (No. 46)

NEW ORLYANS SOUNDS CAN BE PUBLISHED ON 48

Miami gets:

– 2019 of the second round (number 62)

– 2019 sixth round selection (number 202)

– 2020 second-round selection

New Orleans gets:

– 2019 of the second round (No. 48)

– 2019 of the fourth round (No. 116)

CANSAS CITY CASES CAN MAKE SIDE 56

Los Angeles gets:

– 2019 of the second round (number 61)

– 2019 five-lap selection (No. 167)

Kansas City receives:

– 2019 of the second round (No. 56)

ARIZONA CARDINALS TRADE ROSEN

Miami gets:

– Josh Rossen

Arizona gets:

– 2019 of the second round (number 62)

– 2020 choice of five laps

SEATTLE SEAHAWKS range up to 64

New England gets:

– 2019 of the third round (No. 77)

– 2019 of the fourth round (No. 118)

Seattle gets:

– 2019 of the second round (No. 64)

LOS ANGELES RESTRICKS MOVING UP TO 70

Tampa Bay gets:

– 2019 of the third round (number 94)

– 2019 selection from the third round (number 99)

Los Angeles gets:

– 2019 of the third round (No. 70)

CHICAGO bears move up to 73

New England gets:

– 2019 selection from the third round (number 87)

– 2019 five-lap selection (No. 162)

– 2020 in the fourth round

Chicago gets:

– 2019 selection from the third round (No. 73)

– 2019 of the sixth round (number 205)

Detroit parties are resident at 81

Detroit gets:

– 2019 election from the third round (No. 81)

Minnesota gets:

– 2019 selection from the third round (No. 88)

– 2019 election in the sixth round (No. 204)

SEATTLE SEAHAWKS range up to 88

Seattle gets:

– 2019 selection from the third round (No. 88)

– 2019 in the sixth round (number 209)

Minnesota gets:

– 2019 selection from the third round (number 92)

– 2019 five-lap selection (No. 159)

THE MINSK CHILDREN CAN MAKE UP TO 93

Minnesota gets:

– 2019 selection from the third round (number 93)

Baltimore gets:

– 2019 selection from the third round (No. 102)

– 2019 of the sixth round (no.191)

– 2019 of the sixth round (No. 193)

LOS ANGELES RESTRICTED TO BE FIXED TO 97

Los Angeles gets:

– 2019 selection from the third round (number 97)

– 2019 five-lap selection (No. 162)

New England gets:

– 2019 selection from the third round (No. 101)

– 2019 election from the fourth round (No. 133)

OVERVIEW OF DRAFT

(* = compensatory selection)

ROUND TWO

33. Arizona Cardinals – Byron Murphy, CB

34. Indianapolis (by NJ Jets) – Rock Ya-Sin, CB

35. Jacksonville Jaguars (from Oakland Indiana Jones) – Jawan Taylor, OT

36. San Francisco 49ers – Debe Samuel, VP

37. Carolina Panters (from Seattle Sichoes) – Greg Little, T.

38. Buffalo Accounts (by Oakland Raiders) – Cody Ford, G.

39. Tampa Bay Buccaneers – Sean Bunt, CB

40. Auckland Raiders (from Buffalo's accounts) – Trayvon Mullen, CB

41. Denver Broncos – Dalton Riser, T.

42. Denver Broncos (from Cincinnati Bengals) – Drew Druck, QB

43. Detroit Lions – Jalani Tavai, LB

44. Green Bay Packers – Elgon Jenkins, V.

45. New England Patriot (from Los Angeles Rams) – Jocian Williams, CB

46. ​​Cleveland Browns (Indianapolis Colts) – Jade Williams, CB

47. Seattle Sihox (from Caroline Panthers) – Marquis Blair, S.

48. New Orleans Saints (from Miami Dolphins) – Eric McCoy, V.

49. Indianapolis Colts (Cleveland Browns) – Ben Banogu, L.B.

50. Minnesota Vikings – Irv Smith Jr, TE

51. Tennessee Titani – AJ Brown, WR

52. Cincinnati Bengals (from Denver Broncos) – Drew Example, TE

53. Philadelphia Burma (from Baltimore) – Miles Sanders, RB

54. Houston Texas (from Seattle) – Lonnie Johnson Jr, CB

55. Houston Texas – Max Sharping, OT

56. Kansas City Bosses (from Los Angeles Rams) – McClee Hardman, WR

57. Philadelphia Eagles – JJ Arcega-Whiteside, WR

58. Daulas Cowboys – Tristen Hill, DT

59. Indianapolis Colts – Paris Campbell, WR

60. Л.А. Charging – Nasir Adderley, S.

61. Л.А. Rams (from Kansas City Chiefs) – Taylor Rapp, S.

62. Arizona Cardinals (by Miami Dolphins) – Andy Isabella, WR

63. Heads of Kansas City (from LA Rams) – Juan Thornhill, S.

64. Seattle Sihox – D.K. Metcalf, WR

RACE THREE

65. Arizona Cardinals – Zach Allen, D.E.

66. Pittsburgh Steelers (from Oakland Indiana Jones: Thieves) – Dionysa Johnson, WR

67. San Francisco 49ers – Jalen Hurd, V.R.

68. Н.Ю. Jets – Jachal Polite, DE

69. Jacksonville Jaguars – Josh Oliver, T.E.

70. Los Angeles Rams (from Tampa Bay Buccaneers) – Darrel Henderson, RB

71. Denver Broncos – Dremont Jones, DT

72. Cincinnati Bengals – Germain Pratt, DT

73. Chicago bears (from Patriots of New England) – David Montgomery, RB

74. Buffalo accounts – Devin Singletari, RB

75. Green Bay Packers – Jazz Sternberger, TE

76. Washington Redskins – Terry McClurein, W.

77. New England Patriots (from Seattle Seahawks) – Chase Winovich, DE

78. Miami Delphins – Michael Delter, G.

79. Л.А. Rams (from the Atlantic Falcons) – David Long, CB

80. Cleveland Browns – Sion Takitaki, LB

81. Detroit Lions (from Minnesota Vikings) – Will Harris, S.

82. Tennessee Titani – Nate Davis, G.

83. Pittsburgh Steelers – Justin Lane, BB

84. Heads of Kansas City (from Seattle) – Calen Saunder, DT

85. Baltimore Ravens – Jaylon Ferguson, DE

86. Houston Texas – Kahale Warring, T.E.

87. New England patriots (from Chicago bears) – Demien Harris, RB

88. Seattle Sichoes (from Detroit Lions) – Cody Burton, LB

89. Indianapolis Colts – Bobby Okeereke, LB

90. Dallas Cowboys – Conor McGovern, G.

91. Л.А. Chargers – Trey Poppins, T.

92. N.J. Jets (from Minnesota Vikings) – Puma Edoga, T.

93. Baltimore Revens (from Minnesota Vikings) – Miles Boykin, V.R.

94. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (from Los Angeles Rams) – James Dean, CB

95. Н.Ю. Giants (from New England via Cleveland) – Oshane Ximines, DE

96. Buffalo Accounts * (by Washington Redskins) – Dawson Knox, TE

97. Los Angeles Rams * (from the New England Patriots) – Bobbi Evans, T.

98. Jacksonville Jaguars * (from Los Angeles Rams) – Quincy Williams, LB

99. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (from Los Angeles Rams) – Mike Edwards, S.

100. Karolina Panthers * – Will Grier, QB

101. Patriot of New England * – Yodny Chase, T.

102. Minnesota Vikings * (from Baltimore Gavria) – Alexander Mattsson, RB

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