Monday April 27th, 2015

The New England Patriots has nine draft picks at their disposal heading in to the 2015 NFL draft, beginning with the 32nd and final selection of the first round.

The Patriots finished 12-4 in 2014, capping an AFC East title with a victory in Super Bowl XLIX over the Seattle Seahawks. 

By nature of their Super Bowl win, the Patriots were awarded the 32nd pick. New England acquired extra draft picks through trades with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Tennessee Titans.

The Patriots suffered a high-profile defection when cornerback Darrelle Revis signed with the New York Jets in the off-season, though the club did re-sign defensive back Devin McCourty to a multi-year deal. New England also lost running back Shane Vereen in free agency. 

The draft begins Thursday night in Chicago. 

Below are the selections New England has in the draft:

Round 1, Pick 32 (32nd overall)

Round 2, Pick 32 (64th overall)

Round 3, Pick 32 (96th overall)

Round 3, Pick 33 (97th overall)

Round 4, Pick 2 (101st overall)

Round 4, Pick 32 (131st overall) 

Round 6, Pick 2 (178th overall)

Round 7, Pick 2 (219th overall)

Round 7, Pick 36 (253rd overall)

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