1992 NFL draft

National Football League Draft

1992 NFL draft
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General information
Date(s)April 26–27, 1992
LocationMarriott Marquis
in New York City, NY
Network(s)ESPN
Overview
336 total selections in 12 rounds
LeagueNFL
First selectionSteve Emtman, DT
Indianapolis Colts
Mr. IrrelevantMatt Elliott, OT
Washington Redskins
Most selections (17)New England Patriots
Fewest selections (7)Detroit Lions
Hall of Famersnone
← 1991
1993 →

The 1992 NFL draft was the procedure by which National Football League teams selected amateur college football players. It is officially known as the NFL Annual Player Selection Meeting. The draft was held April 26–27, 1992, at the Marriott Marquis in New York City, New York.[1][2] The league also held a supplemental draft after the regular draft and before the regular season.

The 1992 draft was notable because for the first time since 1958 one team, the Indianapolis Colts, held the first two overall picks, selecting defensive end Steve Emtman and then linebacker Quentin Coryatt.[3] Neither made a major impact in the league, and the 1992 draft in retrospect is considered one of the worst in league history. It is the third draft following 1984 and 1943 to produce no Pro Football Hall of Famers.[4] It was also the final NFL draft featuring twelve rounds of selections; the league would reduce the rounds to eight the following season, and then seven the year after that, where it has remained since.

Player selections

Jump to round
* = compensatory selection
= Pro Bowler[5]
= Hall of Famer[6]
Positions key
C Center CB Cornerback DB Defensive back DE Defensive end
DL Defensive lineman DT Defensive tackle FB Fullback FS Free safety
G Guard[a] K Kicker[b] KR Kickoff returner LB Linebacker
LS Long snapper MLB Middle linebacker[c] OT Offensive tackle OL Offensive lineman
OLB Outside linebacker NT Nose tackle P Punter PR Punt returner
QB Quarterback RS Return specialist RB Running back S Safety
SS Strong safety TE Tight end WR Wide receiver
  1. ^ Also known as Offensive guard (OG)
  2. ^ Also known as placekicker (PK)
  3. ^ Also known as Inside linebacker (ILB)
Rnd. Pick No. NFL team Player Pos. College Conf. Notes
1 1 Indianapolis Colts Steve Emtman  DE Washington Pac-10
1 2 Indianapolis Colts Quentin Coryatt  LB Texas A&M SWC
1 3 Los Angeles Rams Sean Gilbert  DT Pittsburgh Big East
1 4 Washington Redskins Desmond Howard  WR Michigan Big Ten
1 5 Green Bay Packers Terrell Buckley  CB Florida State Ind. (I-A)
1 6 Cincinnati Bengals David Klingler  QB Houston SWC
1 7 Miami Dolphins Troy Vincent  CB Wisconsin Big Ten
1 8 Atlanta Falcons Bob Whitfield  OT Stanford Pac-10
1 9 Cleveland Browns Tommy Vardell  FB Stanford Pac-10
1 10 Seattle Seahawks Ray Roberts  OT Virginia ACC
1 11 Pittsburgh Steelers Leon Searcy  OT Miami (FL) Big East
1 12 Miami Dolphins Marco Coleman  LB Georgia Tech ACC
1 13 New England Patriots Eugene Chung  OT Virginia Tech Big East
1 14 New York Giants Derek Brown  TE Notre Dame Ind. (I-A)
1 15 New York Jets Johnny Mitchell  TE Nebraska Big Eight
1 16 Los Angeles Raiders Chester McGlockton  DT Clemson ACC
1 17 Dallas Cowboys Kevin Smith  CB Texas A&M SWC
1 18 San Francisco 49ers Dana Hall  S Washington Pac-10
1 19 Atlanta Falcons Tony Smith  RB Southern Miss Ind. (I-A) [R1 - 8]
1 20 Kansas City Chiefs Dale Carter  CB Tennessee SEC
1 21 New Orleans Saints Vaughn Dunbar  RB Indiana Big Ten
1 22 Chicago Bears Alonzo Spellman  DE Ohio State Big Ten
1 23 San Diego Chargers Chris Mims  DE Tennessee SEC
1 24 Dallas Cowboys Robert Jones  LB East Carolina Ind. (I-A)
1 25 Denver Broncos Tommy Maddox  QB UCLA Pac-10
1 26 Detroit Lions Robert Porcher  DE South Carolina State MEAC
1 27 Buffalo Bills John Fina  OT Arizona Pac-10
1 28 Cincinnati Bengals Darryl Williams  S Miami (FL) Big East
2 29 Indianapolis Colts Ashley Ambrose  CB Mississippi Valley State SWAC
2 30 Los Angeles Rams Steve Israel  CB Pittsburgh Big East
2 31 Cincinnati Bengals Carl Pickens  WR Tennessee SEC
2 32 Los Angeles Raiders Greg Skrepenak  OT Michigan Big Ten
2 33 San Diego Chargers Marquez Pope  CB Fresno State Big West
2 34 Green Bay Packers Mark D'Onofrio  LB Penn State Ind. (I-A)
2 35 New England Patriots Rod Smith  CB Notre Dame Ind. (I-A)
2 36 Dallas Cowboys Jimmy Smith  WR Jackson State SWAC
2 37 Dallas Cowboys Darren Woodson  S Arizona State Pac-10
2 38 Pittsburgh Steelers Levon Kirkland  LB Clemson ACC
2 39 Minnesota Vikings Robert Harris  DE Southern SWAC
2 40 Kansas City Chiefs Matt Blundin  QB Virginia ACC
from Minnesota via Dallas
[R2 - 6]
2 41 New York Giants Phillippi Sparks  CB Arizona State Pac-10
2 42 New York Jets Kurt Barber  LB USC Pac-10
2 43 Miami Dolphins Eddie Blake  DT Auburn SEC
2 44 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Courtney Hawkins  WR Michigan State Big Ten [R2 - 7]
2 45 San Francisco 49ers Amp Lee  RB Florida State Ind. (I-A) [R2 - 8]
2 46 Phoenix Cardinals Tony Sacca  QB Penn State Ind. (I-A)
from Atlanta via New England
[R2 - 9]
2 47 Washington Redskins Shane Collins  DE Arizona State Pac-10
from Kansas City via Dallas
[R2 - 10]
2 48 Philadelphia Eagles Siran Stacy  RB Alabama SEC
2 49 Chicago Bears Troy Auzenne  OT California Pac-10
2 50 Houston Oilers Eddie Robinson  LB Alabama State SWAC
2 51 Atlanta Falcons Chuck Smith  DE Tennessee SEC
from Dallas
[R2 - 11]
2 52 Cleveland Browns Patrick Rowe  WR San Diego State WAC
from New Orleans via Dallas
[R2 - 12]
2 53 Detroit Lions Tracy Scroggins  LB Tulsa Ind. (I-A)
2 54 Denver Broncos Shane Dronett  DE Texas SWC
2 55 Buffalo Bills James Patton  DT Texas SWC
2 56 Detroit Lions Jason Hanson  K Washington State Pac-10
from Washington via Dallas
[R2 - 13]
3 57 Los Angeles Rams Marc Boutte  DT LSU SEC
from Indianapolis [R3 - 1]
3 58 Dallas Cowboys Clayton Holmes  CB Carson–Newman SAC
3 59 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Mark Wheeler  DT Texas A&M SWC
3 60 Los Angeles Rams Todd Kinchen  WR LSU SEC
3 61 Phoenix Cardinals Ed Cunningham  C Washington Pac-10
3 62 Green Bay Packers Robert Brooks  WR South Carolina Ind. (I-A)
3 63 San Diego Chargers Ray Ethridge  WR Pasadena City College N/A
3 64 New England Patriots Todd Collins  LB Carson–Newman SAC
3 65 Cleveland Browns Bill Johnson  DT Michigan State Big Ten
3 66 Seattle Seahawks Bob Spitulski  LB Central Florida Ind. (I-AA)
3 67 Pittsburgh Steelers Joel Steed  DT Colorado Big Eight
3 68 New York Jets Siupeli Malamala  OT Washington Pac-10
3 69 New York Giants Aaron Pierce  TE Washington Pac-10
3 70 Miami Dolphins Larry Webster  DT Maryland ACC
3 71 New England Patriots Kevin Turner  FB Alabama SEC
3 72 New Orleans Saints Tyrone Legette  CB Nebraska Big Eight
3 73 Atlanta Falcons Howard Dinkins  LB Florida State Ind. (I-A)
3 74 Washington Redskins Paul Siever  OG Penn State Ind. (I-A)
3 75 Philadelphia Eagles Tommy Jeter  DT Texas SWC
3 76 San Francisco 49ers Brian Bollinger  OG North Carolina ACC
3 77 Houston Oilers Corey Harris  WR Vanderbilt SEC
3 78 Cleveland Browns Gerald Dixon  LB South Carolina Ind. (I-A)
from Dallas
[R3 - 6]
3 79 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Tyji Armstrong  TE Mississippi SEC [R3 - 7]
3 80 Chicago Bears Jeremy Lincoln  CB Tennessee SEC
3 81 Detroit Lions Thomas McLemore  TE Southern SWAC
from Denver
[R3 - 8]
3 82 Dallas Cowboys James Brown  OT Virginia State CIAA
from Detroit
[R3 - 9]
3 83 Buffalo Bills Keith Goganious  LB Penn State Ind. (I-A)
3 84 Cincinnati Bengals Leonard Wheeler  S Troy State Ind. (Div. II) [R3 - 10]
4 85 Indianapolis Colts Rodney Culver  RB Notre Dame Ind. (I-A)
4 86 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Craig Erickson  QB Miami (FL) Big East
4 87 Los Angeles Rams Shawn Harper  OT Indiana Big Ten
4 88 Cincinnati Bengals Ricardo McDonald  LB Pittsburgh Big East
4 89 San Francisco 49ers Mark Thomas  DE NC State ACC [R4 - 1]
4 90 New England Patriots Dion Lambert  CB UCLA Pac-10 [R4 - 2]
4 91 Phoenix Cardinals Jeff Christy  OT Pittsburgh Big East
4 92 Philadelphia Eagles Tony Brooks  RB Notre Dame Ind. (I-A) [R4 - 3]
4 93 New England Patriots Darren Anderson  CB Toledo MAC
4 94 Pittsburgh Steelers Charles Davenport  WR NC State ACC
4 95 New Orleans Saints Gene McGuire  C Notre Dame Ind. (I-A)
from Seattle
[R4 - 4]
4 96 New York Jets Keo Coleman  LB Mississippi State SEC
4 97 Miami Dolphins Dwight Hollier  LB North Carolina ACC
4 98 Minnesota Vikings Roy Barker  DT North Carolina ACC
4 99 New York Giants Keith Hamilton  DT Pittsburgh Big East
4 100 Phoenix Cardinals Michael Bankston  DT Sam Houston State Southland
4 101 Kansas City Chiefs Mike Evans  DE Michigan Big Ten
4 102 Philadelphia Eagles Casey Weldon  QB Florida State Ind. (I-A)
4 103 Green Bay Packers Edgar Bennett  RB Florida State Ind. (I-A) [R4 - 6]
4 104 Atlanta Falcons Frankie Smith  CB Baylor SWC
from Atlanta via New England and Dallas[R4 - 7]
4 105 Indianapolis Colts Tony McCoy  DT Florida SEC
from Dallas via L.A. Raiders[R4 - 8]
4 106 New Orleans Saints Sean Lumpkin  S Minnesota Big Ten
4 107 Chicago Bears Will Furrer  QB Virginia Tech Big East
4 108 Houston Oilers Mike Mooney  OT Georgia Tech ACC
4 109 Dallas Cowboys Tom Myslinski  OG Tennessee SEC
from Detroit
[R4 - 9]
4 110 Denver Broncos Chuck Johnson  OG Texas SWC
4 111 Buffalo Bills Frank Kmet  DE Purdue Big Ten
4 112 Washington Redskins Chris Hakel  QB William & Mary Ind. (I-AA)
5 113 Indianapolis Colts Toy, MauryMaury Toy  RB UCLA Pac-10
5 114 Los Angeles Rams Chris Crooms  S Texas A&M SWC
5 115 Cincinnati Bengals Craig Thompson  TE North Carolina A&T MEAC
5 116 New England Patriots Dwayne Sabb  LB New Hampshire Yankee
from Tampa Bay
[R5 - 1]
5 117 San Diego Chargers Curtis Whitley  C Clemson ACC
5 118 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Rogerick Green  CB Kansas State Big Eight
from Phoenix via New Orleans
[R5 - 2]
5 119 Green Bay Packers Dexter McNabb  FB Florida SEC
5 120 Dallas Cowboys Greg Briggs  S Texas Southern SWAC
from New England via Atlanta
[R5 - 3]
5 121 Dallas Cowboys Rod Milstead  OG Delaware State MEAC
from Cleveland
[R5 - 4]
5 122 Seattle Seahawks Dandridge, GaryGary Dandridge  DB Appalachian State SoCon
5 123 Pittsburgh Steelers Alan Haller  DB Michigan State Big Ten
5 124 Miami Dolphins Chris Perez  OT Kansas Big Eight
5 125 Minnesota Vikings Ed McDaniel  LB Clemson ACC
5 126 New York Giants Wright, MichaelMichael Wright  DB Washington State Pac-10
5 127 New York Jets Cal Dixon  C Florida SEC
5 128 Los Angeles Raiders Derrick Hoskins  S Southern Miss Ind. (I-A)
5 129 Philadelphia Eagles Corey Barlow  DB Auburn SEC
5 130 Green Bay Packers Orlando McKay  WR Washington Pac-10
from San Francisco
[R5 - 5]
5 131 San Diego Chargers Little, KevinKevin Little  LB North Carolina A&T MEAC
from Atlanta
[R5 - 6]
5 132 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Santana Dotson  DE Baylor SWC
from Kansas City
[R5 - 7]
5 133 Houston Oilers Joe Bowden  LB Oklahoma Big Eight
from New Orleans
[R5 - 8]
5 134 Chicago Bears Todd Harrison  TE NC State ACC
5 135 Houston Oilers Tony Brown  DB Fresno State Big West
5 136 Houston Oilers Tim Roberts  DT Southern Miss Ind. (I-A)
from Dallas
[R5 - 9]
5 137 Denver Broncos Frank Robinson  DB Boise State Big Sky
5 138 New Orleans Saints Torrance Small  WR Alcorn State SWAC
from Detroit
[R5 - 10]
5 139 Buffalo Bills Matt Darby  S UCLA Pac-10
5 140 San Diego Chargers Eric Jonassen  OT Bloomsburg (PA) PSAC
from Washington
[R5 - 11]
6 141 Indianapolis Colts Habersham, ShounShoun Habersham  WR Chattanooga SoCon
6 142 Cincinnati Bengals Burns, ChrisChris Burns  DT Middle Tennessee OVC
6 143 Cleveland Browns Rico Smith  WR Colorado Big Eight
from Tampa Bay
[R6 - 1]
6 144 Los Angeles Rams Campbell, JoeJoe Campbell  RB Middle Tennessee OVC
6 145 Detroit Lions Larry Tharpe  OT Tennessee State OVC
from New England
[R6 - 2]
6 146 Phoenix Cardinals Brauninger, BrianBrian Brauninger  OT Oklahoma Big Eight
from Green Bay
[R6 - 3]
6 147 San Diego Chargers Reggie White  DT North Carolina A&T MEAC
6 148 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Malone, JamesJames Malone  LB UCLA Pac-10
from Cleveland
[R6 - 4]
6 149 Dallas Cowboys Wacasey, FallonFallon Wacasey  TE Tulsa Ind. (I-A)
from New England
[R6 - 5]
6 150 Seattle Seahawks Michael Bates  WR Arizona Pac-10
6 151 San Francisco 49ers Damien Russell  CB Virginia Tech Big East [R6 - 6]
6 152 Minnesota Vikings Gaddis, MikeMike Gaddis  RB Oklahoma Big Eight
6 153 New York Giants Stacey Dillard  DT Oklahoma Big Eight
6 154 New York Jets Glenn Cadrez  LB Houston SWC
6 155 Miami Dolphins Roosevelt Collins  LB TCU SWC
6 156 Los Angeles Raiders Rowell, TonyTony Rowell  C Florida SEC
6 157 Green Bay Packers Mark Chmura  TE Boston College Big East
6 158 Atlanta Falcons Terry Ray  S Oklahoma Big Eight
6 159 Kansas City Chiefs Smith, TonyTony Smith  WR Notre Dame Ind. (I-A)
6 160 Philadelphia Eagles Jeff Sydner  WR Hawaii WAC
6 161 Chicago Bears Berry, MarkMark Berry  DB Texas SWC
6 162 Houston Oilers Mario Bailey  WR Washington Pac-10
6 163 Cleveland Browns Williams, GeorgeGeorge Williams  DT Notre Dame Ind. (I-A)
from Dallas
[R6 - 8]
6 164 New Orleans Saints Kary Vincent  DB Texas A&M SWC
6 165 New England Patriots Boyd, TracyTracy Boyd  OG Elizabeth City State CIAA
from Detroit
[R6 - 9]
6 166 New York Jets Jeff Blake  QB East Carolina Ind. (I-A)
from Denver[R6 - 10]
6 167 Buffalo Bills Nate Turner  RB Nebraska Big Eight
6 168 Washington Redskins Ray Rowe  TE San Diego State WAC
7 169 Indianapolis Colts Steele, DerekDerek Steele  DE Maryland ACC
7 170 Denver Broncos Geater, RonRon Geater  DE Iowa Big Ten
from Tampa Bay
[R7 - 1]
7 171 Los Angeles Rams Darryl Ashmore  OT Northwestern Big Ten
7 172 Cincinnati Bengals Lance Olberding  OT Iowa Big Ten
7 173 Los Angeles Raiders Cotton, CurtisCurtis Cotton  DB Nebraska Big Eight
from Green Bay
[R7 - 2]
7 174 San Diego Chargers Deems May  TE North Carolina ACC
7 175 Phoenix Cardinals Derek Ware  TE Central Oklahoma LSC
7 176 New England Patriots Hawkins, WayneWayne Hawkins  WR SW Minnesota State NIC
7 177 Cleveland Browns Selwyn Jones  DB Colorado State WAC
7 178 Seattle Seahawks Mike Frier  DT Appalachian State SoCon
7 179 Pittsburgh Steelers Russ Campbell  TE Kansas State Big Eight
7 180 New York Giants Corey Widmer  LB Montana State Big Sky
7 181 Denver Broncos Johnson, JimJim Johnson  OT Michigan State Big Ten [R7 - 3]
7 182 Atlanta Falcons Paulk, TimTim Paulk  LB Florida SEC
from Miami
[R7 - 4]
7 183 Minnesota Vikings David Wilson  DB California Pac-10
7 184 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Ken Swilling  CB Georgia Tech ACC
from L.A. Raiders
[R7 - 5]
7 185 Los Angeles Raiders Kevin Smith  RB UCLA Pac-10
from Atlanta via Miami
[R7 - 6]
7 186 Kansas City Chiefs Erick Anderson  LB Michigan Big Ten
7 187 Philadelphia Eagles Boatwright, WilliamWilliam Boatwright  OG Virginia Tech Big East
7 188 Pittsburgh Steelers Scottie Graham  RB Ohio State Big Ten
from San Francisco
[R7 - 7]
7 189 Houston Oilers Turner, ElbertElbert Turner  WR Illinois Big Ten
7 190 Green Bay Packers Holder, ChrisChris Holder  WR Tuskegee SIAC
from Dallas via L.A. Raiders
[R7 - 8]
7 191 Miami Dolphins Dave Moore  TE Pittsburgh Big East
from New Orleans via L.A. Raiders
[R7 - 9]
7 192 Chicago Bears Brown, JohnJohn Brown  WR Houston SWC
7 193 Denver Broncos Bostick, JonJon Bostick  WR Nebraska Big Eight
7 194 New England Patriots Gray, JimJim Gray  DT West Virginia Big East
from Detroit
[R7 - 10]
7 195 Buffalo Bills Kurt Schulz  S Eastern Washington Big Sky
7 196 Washington Redskins Holmes, CalvinCalvin Holmes  DB USC Pac-10
8 197 Indianapolis Colts Jason Belser  S Oklahoma Big Eight
8 198 Los Angeles Rams Jones, RickeyRickey Jones  QB Alabama State SWAC
8 199 Cincinnati Bengals Roosevelt Nix  DE Central State (OH) Ind. (NAIA)
8 200 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Anthony McDowell  RB Texas Tech SWC
8 201 San Diego Chargers James Fuller  CB Portland State Western
8 202 Phoenix Cardinals Eric Blount  WR North Carolina ACC
8 203 Pittsburgh Steelers Darren Perry  S Penn State Ind. (I-A)
8 204 New England Patriots Scott Lockwood  RB USC Pac-10
8 205 New England Patriots Sam Gash  FB Penn State Ind. (I-A)
8 206 Pittsburgh Steelers Hesham Ismail  OG Florida SEC
8 207 Seattle Seahawks Muhammad Shamsid-Deen  RB Tennessee-Chattanooga SoCon
8 208 Denver Broncos Lockridge, DietrichDietrich Lockridge  OG Jackson State SWAC
8 209 Miami Dolphins Andre Powell  LB Penn State Ind. (I-A)
8 210 Minnesota Vikings Fisher, LukeLuke Fisher  TE East Carolina Ind. (I-A)
8 211 New York Giants Kent Graham  QB Ohio State Big Ten
8 212 Indianapolis Colts Ronald Humphrey  RB Mississippi Valley State SWAC
8 213 Kansas City Chiefs Jennings, JimJim Jennings  OG San Diego State WAC
8 214 Philadelphia Eagles Chuck Bullough  LB Michigan State Big Ten
8 215 Pittsburgh Steelers Williams, NateNate Williams  DT Mississippi State SEC
8 216 Atlanta Falcons Derrick Moore  RB Northeastern State OIC
8 217 Atlanta Falcons Dwight, ReggieReggie Dwight  TE Troy State Ind. (Div. II)
8 218 New Orleans Saints Robert Stewart  DT Alabama SEC
8 219 New York Jets Brownlee, VincentVincent Brownlee  WR Ole Miss SEC
8 220 Houston Oilers Bucky Richardson  QB Texas A&M SWC
8 221 Detroit Lions Willie Clay  S Georgia Tech ACC
8 222 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Mike Pawlawski  QB California Pac-10
8 223 Buffalo Bills Leonard Humphries  CB Penn State Ind. (I-A)
8 224 Washington Redskins Darryl Moore  OG UTEP WAC
9 225 Indianapolis Colts Eddie Miller  WR South Carolina Ind. (I-A)
9 226 Cincinnati Bengals Ostell Miles  RB Houston SWC
9 227 Minnesota Vikings Brad Johnson  QB Florida State Ind. (I-A)
9 228 Los Angeles Rams T. J. Rubley  QB Tulsa Ind. (I-A)
9 229 Phoenix Cardinals Henson, DavidDavid Henson  DT Central Arkansas Arkansas
9 230 Green Bay Packers Ty Detmer  QB BYU WAC
9 231 San Diego Chargers Johnnie Barnes  WR Hampton CIAA
9 232 New England Patriots David Dixon  DT Arizona State Pac-10
9 233 Cleveland Browns Hill, TimTim Hill  DB Kansas Big Eight
9 234 Seattle Seahawks Stayner, LarryLarry Stayner  TE Boise State Big Sky
9 235 Pittsburgh Steelers Elnardo Webster  LB Rutgers Big East
9 236 Miami Dolphins Tony Tellington  DB Youngstown State Ind. (I-AA)
9 237 Minnesota Vikings West, RonnieRonnie West  WR Pittsburg State (KS) MIAA
9 238 New York Giants Anthony Prior  DB Washington State Pac-10
9 239 Phoenix Cardinals Tyrone Williams  WR Western Ontario OUAA
9 240 Green Bay Packers Shazzon Bradley  DT Tennessee SEC
9 241 Philadelphia Eagles Ephesians Bartley  LB Florida SEC
9 242 San Francisco 49ers Darian Hagan  WR Colorado Big Eight
9 243 Atlanta Falcons Keith Alex  T Texas A&M SWC
9 244 Kansas City Chiefs Jay Leeuwenburg  C Colorado Big Eight
9 245 New Orleans Saints Donald Jones  LB Washington Pac-10
9 246 Chicago Bears Mirko Jurkovic  OG Notre Dame Ind. (I-A)
9 247 Houston Oilers Bernard Dafney  T Tennessee SEC
9 248 Dallas Cowboys Nate Kirtman  DB Pomona-Pitzer SCIAC
9 249 Denver Broncos Muhammad Oliver  CB Oregon Pac-10
9 250 Dallas Cowboys Chris Hall  DB East Carolina Ind. (I-A)
9 251 Buffalo Bills Chris Walsh  WR Stanford Pac-10
9 252 Washington Redskins Powell, BooneBoone Powell  LB Texas SWC
10 253 Indianapolis Colts Steve Grant  LB West Virginia Big East
10 254 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Elijah Alexander  LB Kansas State Big Eight
10 255 Los Angeles Raiders Tim Lester  RB Eastern Kentucky OVC
10 256 Cincinnati Bengals Smith, HoraceHorace Smith  DB Oregon Tech CFA
10 257 Green Bay Packers Oberg, AndrewAndrew Oberg  T North Carolina ACC
10 258 San Diego Chargers Paul, ArthurArthur Paul  DT Arizona State Pac-10
10 259 Phoenix Cardinals Yarbrough, ReggieReggie Yarbrough  RB Fullerton State Big West
10 260 Cleveland Browns Lowe, MarcusMarcus Lowe  DT Baylor SWC
10 261 New England Patriots Baur, TurnerTurner Baur  TE Stanford Pac-10
10 262 Pittsburgh Steelers Mike Saunders  RB Iowa Big Ten
10 263 Seattle Seahawks Anthony Hamlet  DE Miami (FL) Big East
10 264 Minnesota Vikings Brad Culpepper  DT Florida SEC
10 265 New York Giants Rooks, GeorgeGeorge Rooks  DE Syracuse Big East
10 266 New York Jets Johnson, MarioMario Johnson  DT Missouri Big Eight
10 267 Miami Dolphins Spears, RaoulRaoul Spears  RB USC Pac-10
10 268 Los Angeles Raiders White, AlbertoAlberto White  MLB Texas Southern SWAC
10 269 San Francisco 49ers Corey Mayfield  DE Oklahoma Big Eight
10 270 Atlanta Falcons Darryl Hardy  LB Tennessee SEC
10 271 Kansas City Chiefs Jerry Ostroski  OG Tulsa Ind. (I-A)
10 272 Philadelphia Eagles Mark McMillian  CB Alabama SEC
10 273 Chicago Bears Fisher, NikkiNikki Fisher  RB Virginia ACC
10 274 Houston Oilers Johnson, DionDion Johnson  WR East Carolina Ind. (I-A)
10 275 Dallas Cowboys John Terry  OG Livingstone CIAA
10 276 New Orleans Saints Marcus Dowdell  WR Tennessee State OVC
10 277 New England Patriots Steve Gordon  C California Pac-10
10 278 Denver Broncos Meeks, BobBob Meeks  C Auburn SEC
10 279 Buffalo Bills Barry Rose  WR Wisconsin–Stevens Point WSUC
10 280 Washington Redskins Tony Barker  LB Rice SWC
11 281 Los Angeles Rams Brian Townsend  LB Michigan Big Ten
11 282 Los Angeles Rams Thomas, BrianBrian Thomas  WR Southern SWAC
11 283 Cincinnati Bengals John Earle  T Western Illinois Gateway
11 284 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Mazio Royster  RB USC Pac-10
11 285 San Diego Chargers McAfee, KeithKeith McAfee  RB Texas A&M SWC
11 286 Phoenix Cardinals Rob Baxley  T Iowa Big Ten
11 287 Green Bay Packers Mokwuah, GabeGabe Mokwuah  LB American International NE-10
11 288 New England Patriots Petko, MikeMike Petko  LB Nebraska Big Eight
11 289 Cleveland Browns Olobia, AugustinAugustin Olobia  WR Washington State Pac-10
11 290 Seattle Seahawks Rongen, KrisKris Rongen  OG Washington Pac-10
11 291 Pittsburgh Steelers Kendall Gammon  OG Pittsburg State (KS) MIAA
11 292 New York Giants Nate Singleton  WR Grambling State SWAC
11 293 New York Jets Boles, EricEric Boles  WR Central Washington CFA
11 294 Miami Dolphins Miles, LeeLee Miles  WR Baylor SWC
11 295 Minnesota Vikings Chuck Evans  RB Clark Atlanta SIAC
11 296 Miami Dolphins Barsotti, MarkMark Barsotti  QB Fresno State Big West
11 297 Atlanta Falcons Jones, RobinRobin Jones  DE Baylor SWC
11 298 Kansas City Chiefs Rigby, DougDoug Rigby  DE Wyoming WAC
11 299 Philadelphia Eagles Tudors, PumpyPumpy Tudors  P Tennessee-Chattanooga SoCon
11 300 San Francisco 49ers Covington, TomTom Covington  TE Georgia Tech ACC
11 301 Houston Oilers Anthony Davis  LB Utah WAC
11 302 Dallas Cowboys Tim Daniel  WR Florida A&M MEAC
11 303 New Orleans Saints Mike Gisler  OG Houston SWC
11 304 Chicago Bears Louis Age  T Southwestern Louisiana Ind. (I-A)
11 305 Denver Broncos Cedric Tillman  WR Alcorn State SWAC
11 306 Detroit Lions Tillison, EdEd Tillison  RB NW Missouri MIAA
11 307 Buffalo Bills Vince Marrow  TE Toledo MAC
11 308 Washington Redskins Terry Smith  WR Penn State Ind. (I-A)
12 309 Indianapolis Colts Mike Brandon  DE Florida SEC
12 310 Cincinnati Bengals Eric Shaw  LB Louisiana Tech Ind. (I-A)
12 311 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Klaus Wilmsmeyer  P Louisville Ind. (I-A)
12 312 Los Angeles Rams Harris, KelvinKelvin Harris  C Miami (FL) Big East
12 313 Phoenix Cardinals Wilson, LanceLance Wilson  DT Texas SWC
12 314 Green Bay Packers Brett Collins  LB Washington Pac-10
12 315 San Diego Chargers Carlos Huerta  K Miami (FL) Big East
12 316 Cleveland Browns Keithen McCant  QB Nebraska Big Eight
12 317 Dallas Cowboys Harris, DonDon Harris  DB Texas Tech SWC
12 318 Pittsburgh Steelers Benton, CorneliusCornelius Benton  QB Connecticut Yankee
12 319 Seattle Seahawks Fraley, ChicoChico Fraley  LB Washington Pac-10
12 320 Seattle Seahawks MacNeill, JohnJohn MacNeill  DE Michigan State Big Ten
12 321 Miami Dolphins Biggins, MiltonMilton Biggins  TE Western Kentucky Ind. (I-AA)
12 322 Minnesota Vikings Randolph, JoeJoe Randolph  WR Elon SAC
12 323 New York Giants Charles Swann  WR Indiana State Gateway
12 324 Los Angeles Raiders Roth, TomTom Roth  OG Southern Illinois Gateway
12 325 Kansas City Chiefs Williams, CoreyCorey Williams  DB Oklahoma State Big Eight
12 326 Philadelphia Eagles Houston, BrandonBrandon Houston  T Oklahoma Big Eight
12 327 San Francisco 49ers Matt LaBounty  DE Oregon Pac-10
12 328 Miami Dolphins Bell, KamenoKameno Bell  RB Illinois Big Ten
12 329 Cleveland Browns Tim Simpson  C Illinois Big Ten
12 338 New Orleans Saints Adell, ScottScott Adell  T North Carolina State ACC
12 331 Chicago Bears Chris Wilson  LB Oklahoma Big Eight
12 332 Houston Oilers Wood, JoeJoe Wood  K Air Force WAC
12 333 New England Patriots Baysinger, FreemanFreeman Baysinger  WR Humboldt State NCAC
12 334 Denver Broncos John Granby  DB Virginia Tech Big East
12 335 Buffalo Bills Matt Rodgers  QB Iowa Big Ten
12 336 Washington Redskins Matt Elliott  C Michigan Big Ten

Notes

Supplemental draft

Rnd. Pick No. NFL team Player Pos. College Conf. Notes
1 New York Giants Dave Brown  QB Duke ACC
2 Kansas City Chiefs Darren Mickell  DE Florida SEC

Hall of Famers

To date, no member of the 1992 NFL draft has been inducted into the Professional Football Hall of Fame.

Notable undrafted players

= Pro Bowler[5]
Original NFL team Player Pos. College Conf. Notes
Chicago Bears Kelly Blackwell  TE TCU SWC
Chicago Bears Jim Schwantz  LB Purdue Big Ten
Cincinnati Bengals Kevin Sargent  OT Eastern Washington Big Sky
Cincinnati Bengals Milt Stegall  WR Miami MAC
Cincinnati Bengals Jeff Thomason  TE Oregon Pac-10
Dallas Cowboys Lin Elliot  K Texas Tech SWC
Denver Broncos Mark Flythe  DE Penn State Ind. (I-A)
Denver Broncos Russell Freeman  OG Georgia Tech ACC
Denver Broncos John Kacherski  LB Ohio State Big Ten
Denver Broncos Arthur Marshall  WR Georgia SEC
Denver Broncos Willie Oshodin  DE Villanova Yankee
Detroit Lions John Derby  LB Iowa Big Ten
Detroit Lions Eric Lynch  RB Grand Valley State MIFC
Detroit Lions Bernard Wilson  DT Tennessee State OVC
Green Bay Packers Sebastian Barrie  DE Liberty Ind. (I-AA)
Houston Oilers Derrick Ned  RB Grambling State SWAC
Kansas City Chiefs Santo Stephens  LB Temple Big East
Kansas City Chiefs Doug Terry  S Kansas Big Eight
Los Angeles Raiders Daryl Hobbs  WR Pacific Big West
Los Angeles Raiders Tyrone Montgomery  RB Ole Miss SEC
Miami Dolphins Bernie Parmalee  RB Ball State MAC
Miami Dolphins Charles Pope  OG Central State (OH) Ind. (NAIA)
Minnesota Vikings John Jett  P East Carolina Ind. (I-A)
Minnesota Vikings Ed Sutter  LB Northwestern Big Ten
New York Giants Brian Allred  DB Sacramento State Western
New York Giants Anthony Lynn  RB Texas Tech SWC
New York Giants Corey Raymond  CB LSU SEC
New York Jets Matt Willig  T USC Pac-10
Phoenix Cardinals Keith Rucker  DT Eastern Michigan MAC
Pittsburgh Steelers Mark Didio  WR UConn Yankee
San Diego Chargers Alfred Pupunu  TE Weber State Big Sky
San Francisco 49ers Derrick Deese  OT USC Pac-10
San Francisco 49ers Mark Seay  WR Long Beach State Big West
Seattle Seahawks James Harris  DE Temple Big East
Seattle Seahawks Rafael Robinson  CB Wisconsin Big Ten
Seattle Seahawks Tyrone Rodgers  DT Washington Pac-10
Seattle Seahawks Don Silvestri  K Pittsburgh Big East
Seattle Seahawks Brian Treggs  WR California Pac-10
Tampa Bay Buccaneers Leslie Shepherd  WR Temple Big East

Trades

In the explanations below, (D) denotes trades that took place during the 1992 Draft, while (PD) indicates trades completed pre-draft.

Round one
  1. ^ No. 2: Tampa Bay → Indianapolis (PD). Tampa Bay traded its first-round selection (2nd) to Indianapolis in exchange for QB Chris Chandler.
  2. ^ No. 4: Cincinnati → Washington (D). Cincinnati traded its first- and third-round selections (4th and 58th) to Washington in exchange for Washington's two first-round selections and a third-round selection (6th, 28th and 84th).
  3. ^ No.6: multiple trades:
           No.6: San Diego → Washington (PD). San Diego traded its first-round selection (6th) to Washington in exchange for Washington's second-round selection (47th) in 1991 and fifth-round selection in this draft (140th).
           No.6: Washington → Cincinnati (D). see No. 4: Cincinnati → Washington
           
  4. ^ No. 7: Phoenix → Miami (PD). Phoenix traded its first-round selection (7th) to Miami in exchange for WR Randal Hill.
  5. ^ No. 8: New England → Atlanta (D). New England traded its first-round selection (8th) to Atlanta in exchange for Atlanta's first-, second- and fourth-round selections (19th, 46th and 104th).
  6. ^ No.13: multiple trades:
           No.13: Minnesota → Dallas (PD). Minnesota traded its first-, second- and sixth-round selections (21st, 47th and 158th) in 1990, its first- and second-round selections (11th and 38th) in 1991, first-, second- and third-round selections (13th, 40th and 71st) in this draft, LB Jesse Solomon, LB David Howard, CB Issiac Holt and DE Alex Stewart to Dallas in exchange for RB Herschel Walker, Dallas' third-, fifth- and tenth-round selections (54th, 116th and 249th) in 1990 and third-round selection (68th) in 1991.
           No.13: Dallas → New England (D). Dallas traded this first-round and its third-round selections (13th and 71st) to New England in exchange for New England's first-, second- and fourth-round selections (19th, 37th and 104th).
  7. ^ No.17: multiple trades:
           No.17: Philadelphia → Green Bay (PD). Philadelphia traded its first-round selection in 1991 (19th) and this first-round selection (17th) to Green Bay in exchange for Green Bay's first-round selection (8th) in 1991.
           No.17: Green Bay → Atlanta (PD). Green Bay traded this first-round selection (17th) to Atlanta in exchange for QB Brett Favre.
           No.17: Atlanta → Dallas (D). Atlanta traded this first-round selection and a fifth-round selection (19th and 120th) to Dallas in exchange for Dallas' first- and fourth-round selections (19th and 104th)
           
  8. ^ No.19: multiple trades:
           No.19: Atlanta → New England (D). see No. 8: New England → Atlanta
           No.19: New England → Dallas (D). see No. 13: Dallas → New England
           No.19: Dallas → Atlanta (D). see No. 17: Atlanta → Dallas
           
  9. ^ No. 23: Houston → San Diego (PD). Houston traded its first-round selection (23rd) to San Diego in exchange for DL Lee Williams.
  10. ^ No. 28: Washington → Cincinnati (D). see No. 4: Cincinnati → Washington.
Round two
  1. ^ No. 32: Tampa Bay → L.A. Raiders (D). Tampa Bay traded its second-round selection (32nd) to the L.A. Raiders in exchange for the Raiders' second-, third- and seventh-round selections (44th, 72nd and 184th).
  2. ^ No. 35: Phoenix → New England (D). Phoenix traded its second-round selection (35th) to New England in exchange for New England's second- and fourth-round selections (46th and 100th).
  3. ^ No. 36: Cleveland → Dallas (D). Cleveland traded its second- and fifth-round selections (36th and 121st) to Dallas in exchange for Dallas' second-, third-, sixth-, eighth- and twelfth-round selections (52nd, 78th, 163rd, 222nd and 329th).
  4. ^ No. 37: New England → Dallas (D). see No. 13: Dallas → New England.
  5. ^ No. 39: Seattle → Minnesota (D). Seattle traded its second-round selection (39th) and third-round selection in 1993 to Minnesota in exchange for DT Keith Millard.
  6. ^ No.40: multiple trades:
           No.40: Minnesota → Dallas (PD). see No. 13: Minnesota → Dallas
           No.40: Dallas → Kansas City (D). Dallas traded this second-round selection (40th) to Kansas City in exchange for Kansas City's second- and third-round selections (47th and 74th).
  7. ^ No. 44: L.A. Raiders → Tampa Bay (D). see No. 32: Tampa Bay → L.A. Raiders.
  8. ^ No.45: multiple trades:
           No.45: San Francisco → Green Bay (PD). San Francisco traded its second-round selection (45th) to Green Bay in exchange for LB Tim Harris.
           No.45: Green Bay → San Francisco (PD). San Francisco were awarded this second-round selection (45th) back as compensation for Green Bay signing 49ers' DC Mike Holmgren as head coach.
           
  9. ^ No.46: multiple trades:
           No.46: Atlanta → New England (D). see No. 8: New England → Atlanta
           No.46: New England → Phoenix (D). see No. 35: New England → Phoenix
           
  10. ^ No.47: multiple trades:
           No.47: Kansas City → Dallas (D). see No. 40: Dallas → Kansas City
           No.47: Dallas → Washington (D). Dallas traded this second-round and a third-round selection (47th and 74th) to Washington in exchange for Washington's second- and third-round selections (56th and 58th).
           
  11. ^ No. 51: Dallas → Atlanta (PD). Dallas traded its second- and eighth-round selections (51st and 217th) to Atlanta in exchange for DT Tony Casillas.
  12. ^ No.52: multiple trades:
           No.52: New Orleans → Dallas (PD). New Orleans traded its first- and third-round selections (14th and 70th) in 1991 and its second-round selection (52nd) to Dallas in exchange for QB Steve Walsh.
           No.52: Dallas → Cleveland (D). see No. 36: Cleveland → Dallas
           
  13. ^ No.56: multiple trades:
           No.56: Washington → Dallas (PD). see No. 47: Dallas → Washington
           No.47: Dallas → Washington (D). Dallas traded this second-round selection (56th) to Detroit in exchange for Detroit's third-, fourth- and ninth-round selections (82nd, 109th and 250th).
           
Round three
  1. ^ No. 57: Indianapolis → L.A. Rams (PD). Indianapolis traded its third- and eleventh-round selections (57th and 281st) to the L.A. Rams in exchange for OT Irv Pankey.
  2. ^ No.58: multiple trades:
           No.58: Cincinnati → Washington (D). see No. 4: Cincinnati → Washington.
           No.58: Washington → Dallas (D). see No. 47: Dallas → Washington
  3. ^ No.71: multiple trades:
           No.71: Minnesota → Dallas (PD). see No. 13: Minnesota → Dallas.
           No.71: Dallas → New England (D). see No. 13: Dallas → New England.
  4. ^ No.72: multiple trades:
           No.72: L.A. Raiders → Tampa Bay (D). see No. 32: Tampa Bay → L.A. Raiders.
           No.72: L.A. Raiders → New Orleans (D). Tampa Bay traded this third-round selection (72nd) to New Orleans in exchange for New Orleans' third- and fifth-round selections (79th and 118th).
  5. ^ No.74: multiple trades:
           No.74: Kansas City → Dallas (D). see No. 40: Dallas → Kansas City.
           No.74: Dallas → Washington (D). see No. 47: Dallas → Washington.
  6. ^ No. 78: Dallas → Cleveland (D). see No. 36: Cleveland → Dallas.
  7. ^ No. 79: New Orleans → Tampa Bay (D). see No. 72: Tampa Bay → New Orleans.
  8. ^ No. 81: Denver → Detroit (PD). Denver traded its third-round selection (81st) to Detroit in exchange for OT Harvey Salem.
  9. ^ No. 82: Detroit → Dallas (D). see No. 56: Dallas → Detroit.
  10. ^ No. 84: Washington → Cincinnati (D). see No. 4: Cincinnati → Washington.
Round four
  1. ^ No. 89: Green Bay → San Francisco (D). Green Bay traded its fourth- and eighth-round selections (89th and 203rd) to San Francisco in exchange for the 49ers' fourth-, fifth- and sixth-round selections (103rd, 130th and 157th selections).
  2. ^ No. 90: San Diego → New England (PD). San Diego traded its fourth-round selection (90th) and eleventh-round selection in 1991 (303rd) to New England in exchange for the Patriots' fifth-round selection in 1991 (127th).
  3. ^ No. 92: Cleveland → Philadelphia (PD). Cleveland traded its fourth-round selection (92nd) to Philadelphia in exchange for OT Ken Reeves.
  4. ^ No. 95: Seattle → New Orleans (D). Seattle traded its fourth-round selection (95th) to New Orleans in exchange for RB Reuben Mayes.
  5. ^ No.100: multiple trades:
           No.100: L.A. Raiders → New England (PD). L.A. Raiders traded its fourth-round selection (100th) and fifth-round selection in 1991 (124th) to New England in exchange for the Patriots' fourth-round selection in 1991 (100th).
           No.100: New England → Phoenix (D). see No. 35: Phoenix → New England.
  6. ^ No. 103: San Francisco → Green Bay (D). see No. 89: Green Bay → San Francisco.
  7. ^ No.104: multiple trades:
           No.104: Atlanta → New England (D). see No. 8: New England → Atlanta.
           No.104: New England → Dallas (D). see No. 13: Dallas → New England.
           No.104: Dallas → Atlanta (D). see No. 17: Atlanta → Dallas.
  8. ^ No.105: multiple trades:
           No.105: Dallas → L.A. Raiders (PD). Dallas traded its fourth-round selection (105th) to the L.A. Raiders in exchange for QB Steve Beuerlein.
           No.105: L.A. Raiders → Indianapolis (PD). the Raiders traded this fourth- and eighth-round selections (105th and 212th) to Indianapolis in exchange for RB Eric Dickerson.
  9. ^ No. 109: Detroit → Dallas (D). see No. 56: Dallas → Detroit.
Round five
  1. ^ No. 116: Tampa Bay → New England (PD). Tampa Bay traded its fifth-round selection (116th) to New England in exchange for LB Jesse Solomon.
  2. ^ No.118: multiple trades:
           No.118: Phoenix → New Orleans (PD). Phoenix traded its fifth-round selection (118th) and G Derek Kennard to New Orleans in exchange for CB Robert Massey.
           No.118: New Orleans → Tampa Bay (D). see No. 72: Tampa Bay → New Orleans.
  3. ^ No.120: multiple trades:
           No.120: New England → Atlanta (PD). New England traded its fifth-round selection (120th) to Atlanta in exchange for G Reggie Redding.
           No.120: Atlanta → Dallas (D). see No. 17: Atlanta → Dallas.
  4. ^ No. 121: Cleveland → Dallas (D). see No. 36: Cleveland → Dallas.
  5. ^ No. 130: San Francisco → Green Bay (D). see No. 89: Green Bay → San Francisco.
  6. ^ No. 131: Atlanta → San Diego (PD). Atlanta traded its fifth-round selection (131st) to San Diego in exchange for QB Billy Joe Tolliver.
  7. ^ No. 132: Kansas City → Tampa Bay (PD). Kansas City traded its fifth-round selection (132nd) to Tampa Bay in exchange for LB Ervin Randle.
  8. ^ No. 133: New Orleans → Houston (PD). New Orleans traded its fifth-round selection (133rd) to Houston in exchange for RB Allen Pinkett.
  9. ^ No. 136: Dallas → Houston (PD). Dallas traded its second-round selection in 1991 (38th) and fifth-round selection in this draft (136th) to Houston in exchange for FB Alonzo Highsmith.
  10. ^ No. 138: Detroit → New Orleans (PD). Detroit traded its fifth-round selection (138th) to New Orleans in exchange for WR Brett Perriman.
  11. ^ No. 140: Washington → San Diego (PD). see No. 4: San Diego → Washington.
Round six
  1. ^ No. 143: Tampa Bay → Cleveland (D). Tampa Bay traded its sixth-round selection (143rd) to Cleveland in exchange for Cleveland's sixth- and eighth-round selections (148th and 222nd).
  2. ^ No. 145: New England → Detroit (D). New England traded its sixth-round selection (145th) to Detroit in exchange for Cleveland's sixth-, seventh-, tenth and twelfth-round selections (165th, 194th, 277th and 333rd).
  3. ^ No. 146: Green Bay → Phoenix (PD). Green Bay traded its sixth-round selection (146th) to Phoenix in exchange for RB Tootie Robbins.
  4. ^ No. 148: Cleveland → Tampa Bay (D). see No. 143: Tampa Bay → Cleveland.
  5. ^ No. 149: New England → Dallas (PD). New England traded its sixth-round selection (149th) to Dallas in exchange for LB Jesse Solomon.
  6. ^ No. 151: Pittsburgh → San Francisco (D). Pittsburgh traded its sixth-round selection (151st) to San Francisco in exchange for the 49ers' seventh- and two eighth-round selections (188th, 203rd and 215th).
  7. ^ No. 157: San Francisco → Green Bay (D). see No. 89: Green Bay → San Francisco.
  8. ^ No. 163: Dallas → Cleveland (D). see No. 36: Cleveland → Dallas.
  9. ^ No. 165: Detroit → New England (D). see No. 145: New England → Detroit.
  10. ^ No. 166: Denver → N.Y. Jets (D). Denver traded its sixth-round selection (166th) to the N.Y. Jets in exchange for the Jets' seventh- and eighth-round selections (181st and 208th).
Round seven
  1. ^ No. 170: Tampa Bay → Denver (PD). Tampa Bay traded its seventh-round selection (170th) to Denver in exchange for WR Ricky Nattiel.
  2. ^ No. 173: Green Bay → L.A. Raiders (D). Green Bay traded its seventh-round selection (173rd) to the L.A. Raiders in exchange for the Raiders' seventh- and ninth-round selections (190th and 240th).
  3. ^ No. 166: N.Y. Jets → Denver (D). see No. 166: Denver → N.Y. Jets.
  4. ^ No. 182: Miami → Atlanta (D). Miami traded its seventh-round selection (182nd) to the Atlanta in exchange for Miami's seventh- and twelfth-round selections (185th and 328th).
  5. ^ No. 184: L.A. Raiders → Tampa Bay (D). see No. 32: Tampa Bay → L.A. Raiders.
  6. ^ No.185: multiple trades:
           No.185: Atlanta → Miami (D). see No. 182: Miami → Atlanta.
           No.182: Miami → L.A. Raiders (D). Miami traded this seventh-round selection (185th) to the L.A. Raiders in exchange for the Raiders' seventh- and eleventh-round selections (191st and 296th).
  7. ^ No. 188: San Francisco → Pittsburgh (D). see No. 151: Pittsburgh → San Francisco.
  8. ^ No.190: multiple trades:
           No.190: Dallas → L.A. Raiders (PD). Dallas traded its seventh-round selection (190th) to the L.A. Raiders in exchange for DB Garry Lewis
           No.190: L.A. Raiders → Green Bay see No. 173: Green Bay → L.A. Raiders.
  9. ^ No.191: multiple trades:
           No.191: New Orleans → L.A. Raiders (PD). New Orleans traded its seventh-round selection (190th) to the L.A. Raiders in exchange for S Vencie Glenn
           No.191: L.A. Raiders → Miami see No. 185: Miami → L.A. Raiders.
  10. ^ No. 194: Detroit → New England (D). see No. 145: New England → Detroit.
Round eight

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References

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  5. ^ a b Players are identified as a Pro Bowler if they were selected for the Pro Bowl at any time in their career.
  6. ^ Players are identified as a Hall of Famer if they have been inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
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