2009 NFL Draft Second Round

Saturday, April 25, 2009 7:39 PM
Last updated 9:59 PM
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1. Detroit Lions - Louis Delmas,CB, Western Michigan

2. New England Patriots (From Chiefs) - Patrick Chung, SS, Oregon

3. St. Louis Rams - James Laurinaitis, ILB, Ohio State

4. Cleveland Browns - Brian Robiskie, WR, Ohio State

5. Denver Broncos - (From Seahawks) - Alphonso Smith, CB, Wake Forest

6. Cincinnati Bengals - Rey Maualuga, ILB, Southern Cal

7. Jacksonville Jaguars - Eben Britton, OT, Arizona

8. New England Patriots - (From Raiders) - Ron Brace, DT, Boston College

9. New England Patriots (From Packers) - Darius Butler, CB, Connecticut

10. Buffalo Bills - Jarius Byrd, CB, Oregon

11. Carolina Panthers - (From 49ers) - Everette Brown, DE, Florida State

12. Miami Dolphins (From Redskins) - Pat White, QB, West Virginia

13. New York Giants (From Saints) - Clint Smith, OLB, Virginia

14. Houston Texans - Connor Barwin, TE, Cincinnati

15. Oakland Raiders - (From Chargers through Patriots)- Michael Mitchell, S, Ohio

16. Denver Broncos - Darcel McBath, CB, Texas Tech

17. Seattle Seahawks - (From Bears) - Max Unger, OT, Oregon

18. Cleveland Browns - (From Buccaneers) - Mohamed Massaquoi, WR, Georgia

19. Bills - (From Cowboys) - Andy Levitre, OL, Oregon State

20. Cleveland Browns - (From Jets) - David Veikune, DE, Hawaii

21. Philadelphia Eagles - LeSean McCoy, RB, Pittsburg

22. Minnesota Vikings - Phil Loadholt, OL, Oklahoma

23. Atlanta Falcons - William Moore, S, Missouri

24. Colts - (From Dolphins) - Fili Moala, DT, Southern Cal

25. Baltimore Ravens - Paul Kruger, DE, Utah

26. New England Patriots - Sebastian Vollmer, OL, Houston

27. Carolina Panthers - Sherrod Martin, S, Troy

28. New York Giants - William Beatty, OL, Connecticut

29. Miami Dolphins - (From Colts) - Sean Smith, CB, Utah

30. Tennessee Titans - Sen'Derrick Marks, DT, Auburn

31. Arizona Cardinals - Cody Brown, DE, Connecticut

32. Denver Broncos - (From Steelers) - Richard Quinn, TE, North Carolina


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