When Quinn dropped farther than anyone predicted, there was a flurry of activity to acquire him. The Browns did the right thing going for broke to select the quarterback they hope will lead them into the future.
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Ryan Kalil, C
An undersized Kalil unexpectedly slid late into round two. He could start for Carolina in a year or so.
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Antonio Pittman, RB
Pittman was a major steal and will offer depth behind Reggie Bush and the oft-injured Deuce McAllister.
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Steve Breaston, WR
Besides offering quality depth at receiver, Breaston could be the team's return specialist this season.
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Dallas Sartz, LB
Sartz is a quality linebacker who many graded as first-day material. He'll offer competition at linebacker and could eventually start.
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Tarell Brown, CB
The Niners need a nickel back and someone to compete against present starter Shawntae Spencer. Brown offers both.
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Derek Landri, DT
He will add depth and intensity to the Jaguars tackle position. He will also be an option if Marcus Stroud or John Henderson demand a pay raise.
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Adam Koets, LT
The Giants desperately need a young developmental left tackle to protect Eli Manning. Koets has the tools to eventually become a starter.
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Mason Crosby, K
The Packers are set at kicker, but Crosby was too good to pass up. They may be tempted to keep him on the roster just for long field goal duty.
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David Irons, CB
Irons could step in immediately and become the Falcons' nickel back.
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