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32: The Patriots select Arizona State WR N’Keal Harry. And that’s it for the first round.

— 31: The Falcons select Washington OT Kaleb McGary.

30: The Giants select Georgia CB Deandre Baker.

29: The Seahawks select TCU DE L.J. Collier.

28: The Chargers select Notre Dame DT Jerry Tillery.

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— 27: The Raiders select Mississippi State S Johnathan Abram.

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26: The Redskins select Mississippi State DE Montez Sweat with their pick acquired from the Colts.

25: The Ravens select Oklahoma WR Marquise “Hollywood” Brown.

24: The Raiders select Alabama RB Josh Jacobs.

23: The Texans select Alabama State OT Tytus Howard.

22: The Eagles select Washington State OT Andre Dillard with their pick acquired from the Ravens.

TRADE: The Eagles have traded up to 22nd. The Ravens get picks 25, 125, and 197.

— 21: With the pick acquired via trade with Seattle, the Packers select Maryland S Darnell Savage.

— TRADE: The Seahawks have traded pick No. 21 to the Packers. According to Field Yates, Seattle receives picks No. 30, 114, and 118.

20: The Broncos select Iowa TE Noah Fant.

19: The Titans select Mississippi State DT Jeffrey Simmons.

18: The Vikings select N.C. State C Garrett Bradbury.

17: The Giants select Clemson DT Dexter Lawrence.

16. The Panthers select Florida Stae LB Brian Burns.

15. The Washington Redskins select Ohio State QB Dwayne Haskins.

14. The Atlanta Falcons select Boston College G Chris Lindstrom.

— 13. The Miami Dolphins select Clemson DT Christian Wilkins.

12. The Green Bay Packers select Michigan DE Rashan Gary.

11.: The Cincinnati Bengals select Alabama OT Jonah Williams with the 11th overall pick.

— TRADE: Steelers acquire No. 10 overall pick from Broncos. With the 10th overall pick, Pittsburgh selects Michigan LB Devin Bush.

9. The Buffalo Bills select Houston DT Ed Oliver with the ninth overall pick.

8. The Detroit Lions select Iowa TE T.J. Hockenson with the eighth overall pick.

7. The Jacksonville Jaguars select Kentucky DE Josh Allen with the seventh overall pick.

6. The New York Giants select Duke QB Daniel Jones with the sixth overall pick.

5. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers select LSU LB Devin White with the fifth overall pick.

4. The Oakland Raiders select Clemson DT Clelin Ferrell with the fourth overall pick.

3. The New York Jets select Alabama DT Quinnen Williams with the third overall pick. He was virtually the consensus best player available.

2. The San Francisco 49ers select Ohio State defensive end Nick Bosa with the second overall pick.

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1. The Arizona Cardinals select Oklahoma QB Kyler Murray with the first overall pick. They became the first franchise since the Baltimore Colts in 1982-83 to draft a quarterback in the first round in two straight years.

— ESPN’s Adam Schefter says the three teams the Cardinals talked to about trading quarterback Josh Rosen are the Giants, Dolphins, and Chargers. Reports ahead of the 2018 draft indicated that the Patriots were showing interest in Rosen.

— Roger Goodell has officially announced the start of the draft. The Arizona Cardinals are on the clock.

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NFL Draft Results: First Round

No. Team Name Pos. School
1 Cardinals Kyler Murray QB Oklahoma
2 49ers Nick Bosa DE Ohio State
3 Jets Quinnen Williams DT Alabama
4 Raiders Clelin Ferrell DT Clemson
5 Buccaneers Devin White LB LSU
6 Giants Daniel Jones QB Duke
7 Jaguars Josh Allen DE Kentucky
8 Lions T.J. Hockenson TE Iowa
9 Bills Ed Oliver DT Houston
10 Steelers* Devin Bush LB Michigan
11 Bengals Jonah Williams OT Alabama
12 Packers Rashan Gary DE Michigan
13 Dolphins Christian Wilkins DT Clemson
14 Falcons Chris Lindstrom G B.C.
15 Redskins Dwayne Haskins QB Ohio State
16 Panthers Brian Burns OLB Fla. State
17 Giants Dexter Lawrence DT Clemson
18 Vikings Garrett Bradbury C N.C. State
19 Titans Jeffrey Simmons DT Miss. State
20 Broncos* Noah Fant TE Iowa
21 Packers** Darnell Savage S Maryland
22 Eagles*** Andre Dillard OT Wash. State
23 Texans Tytus Howard OT Ala. State
24 Raiders Josh Jacobs RB Alabama
25 Ravens*** Marquise Brown WR Oklahoma
26 Redskins^ Montez Sweat DE Miss. State
27 Raiders Johnathan Abram S Miss. State
28 Chargers Jerry Tillery DT Notre Dame
29 Seahawks L.J. Collier DE TCU
30 Giants** Deandre Baker CB Georgia
31 Falconsˆ Kaleb McGary OT Washington
32 Patriots N’Keal Harry WR Ariz. State

* Trade: The Steelers traded picks 20 and 52, plus a third-round pick in 2020 to the Broncos for pick No. 10. (source: Field Yates)

** Trade: Packers acquire pick No. 21 from the Seahawks in exchange for picks 30, 114, and 118. The Seahawks later traded pick No. 30 to the Giants for picks 37, 132, and 142.

*** Trade: The Eagles acquired the 22nd pick from the Eagles in exchange for picks 25, 125, and 197.

^ Trade: The Redskins acquired pick No. 26 from the Colts for pick No. 46 and a 2020 second-round pick, per Field Yates.

ˆ Trade: The Falcons acquired the 31st overall pick and pick No. 203 from the Rams in exchange for picks 45 and 79.