2005 NFL Draft

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2005 NFL Draft
2005 NFL draft logo
General information
Date(s)April 23–24, 2005
Time12:00 pm EDT (April 23)
11:00 am EDT (April 24)
LocationJacob K. Javits Convention Center
in New York City
Network(s)ESPN, ESPN2
Overview
255 total selections in 7 rounds
LeagueNFL
First selectionAlex Smith, QB
San Francisco 49ers
Mr. IrrelevantAndy Stokes, TE
New England Patriots
Most selections (12)Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Fewest selections (4)New York Giants
← 2004
2006 →

The 2005 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 23–24, 2005. The league also held a supplemental draft that year, which was held after the regular draft but before the regular season. The draft took place at the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center in New York City,[1][2] and was televised for the 26th consecutive year on ESPN and ESPN2. The NFL draft had been held at Madison Square Garden since 1995, but was moved to the Javits Center in 2005.[3] The draft featured the San Francisco 49ers selecting first overall Alex Smith from the University of Utah.[4][5] compensatory selections were distributed amongst fourteen teams, with the Philadelphia Eagles and the St. Louis Rams garnering the most with four picks each.[6] Three of the first five picks were running backs, an NFL draft first.[7] The 255 players chosen in the draft were composed of:

Player selections[edit]

* = compensatory selection
= Pro Bowler[8]
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 HB Halfback K Placekicker KR Kick returner
LB Linebacker LS Long snapper OT Offensive tackle OL Offensive lineman
NT Nose tackle P Punter PR Punt returner QB Quarterback
RB Running back S Safety SS Strong safety TB Tailback
TE Tight end WR Wide receiver        
Rnd. Pick # NFL team Player Pos. College Conf. Notes
1 1 San Francisco 49ers Alex Smith  QB Utah MWC
1 2 Miami Dolphins Ronnie Brown  RB Auburn SEC
1 3 Cleveland Browns Braylon Edwards  WR Michigan Big Ten
1 4 Chicago Bears Cedric Benson  RB Texas Big 12
1 5 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Cadillac Williams  RB Auburn SEC
1 6 Tennessee Titans Adam Jones  CB West Virginia Big East
1 7 Minnesota Vikings Troy Williamson  WR South Carolina SEC from Oakland[9]
1 8 Arizona Cardinals Antrel Rolle  CB Miami (FL) ACC
1 9 Washington Redskins Carlos Rogers  CB Auburn SEC
1 10 Detroit Lions Mike Williams  WR USC Pac-10
1 11 Dallas Cowboys DeMarcus Ware  LB Troy Sun Belt
1 12 San Diego Chargers Shawne Merriman  LB Maryland ACC from New York Giants[10]
1 13 New Orleans Saints Jammal Brown  OT Oklahoma Big 12 from Houston[11]
1 14 Carolina Panthers Thomas Davis  LB Georgia SEC
1 15 Kansas City Chiefs Derrick Johnson  LB Texas Big 12
1 16 Houston Texans Travis Johnson  DT Florida State ACC from New Orleans[12]
1 17 Cincinnati Bengals David Pollack  LB Georgia SEC
1 18 Minnesota Vikings Erasmus James  DE Wisconsin Big Ten
1 19 St. Louis Rams Alex Barron  OT Florida State ACC
1 20 Dallas Cowboys Marcus Spears  DE LSU SEC from Buffalo[13]
1 21 Jacksonville Jaguars Matt Jones  WR Arkansas SEC
1 22 Baltimore Ravens Mark Clayton  WR Oklahoma Big 12
1 23 Oakland Raiders Fabian Washington  CB Nebraska Big 12 from Seattle[14]
1 24 Green Bay Packers Aaron Rodgers  QB California Pac-10
1 25 Washington Redskins Jason Campbell  QB Auburn SEC from Denver[15]
1 26 Seattle Seahawks Chris Spencer  C Ole Miss SEC from New York Jets via Oakland[16]
1 27 Atlanta Falcons Roddy White  WR UAB C-USA
1 28 San Diego Chargers Luis Castillo  DT Northwestern Big Ten
1 29 Indianapolis Colts Marlin Jackson  CB Michigan Big Ten
1 30 Pittsburgh Steelers Heath Miller  TE Virginia ACC
1 31 Philadelphia Eagles Mike Patterson  DT USC Pac-10
1 32 New England Patriots Logan Mankins  G Fresno State WAC
2 33 San Francisco 49ers David Baas  C Michigan Big Ten
2 34 Cleveland Browns Brodney Pool  S Oklahoma Big 12
2 35 Philadelphia Eagles Reggie Brown  WR Georgia SEC from Miami[17]
2 36 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Barrett Ruud  LB Nebraska Big 12
2 37 Detroit Lions Shaun Cody  DT USC Pac-10 from Tennessee[18]
2 38 Oakland Raiders Stanford Routt  CB Houston C-USA
2 39 Chicago Bears Mark Bradley  WR Oklahoma Big 12
2 40 New Orleans Saints Josh Bullocks  S Nebraska Big 12 from Washington[19]
2 41 Tennessee Titans Michael Roos  OT Eastern Washington Big Sky from Detroit[20]
2 42 Dallas Cowboys Kevin Burnett  LB Tennessee SEC
2 43 New York Giants Corey Webster  CB LSU SEC
2 44 Arizona Cardinals J. J. Arrington  RB California Pac-10
2 45 Seattle Seahawks Lofa Tatupu  LB USC Pac-10 from Carolina[21]
2 46 Miami Dolphins Matt Roth  DE Iowa Big Ten from Kansas City[22]
2 47 New York Jets Mike Nugent  K Ohio State Big Ten from Houston via Oakland[23]
2 48 Cincinnati Bengals Odell Thurman  LB Georgia SEC
2 49 Minnesota Vikings Marcus Johnson  OT Ole Miss SEC
2 50 St. Louis Rams Ron Bartell  CB Howard MEAC
2 51 Green Bay Packers Nick Collins  S Bethune-Cookman MEAC from New Orleans[24]
2 52 Jacksonville Jaguars Khalif Barnes  OT Washington Pac-10
2 53 Baltimore Ravens Dan Cody  DE Oklahoma Big 12
2 54 Carolina Panthers Eric Shelton  RB Louisville C-USA from Seattle[25]
2 55 Buffalo Bills Roscoe Parrish  WR Miami (FL) ACC
2 56 Denver Broncos Darrent Williams  CB Oklahoma State Big 12
2 57 New York Jets Justin Miller  CB Clemson ACC
2 58 Green Bay Packers Terrence Murphy  WR Texas A&M Big 12
2 59 Atlanta Falcons Jonathan Babineaux  DT Iowa Big Ten
2 60 Indianapolis Colts Kelvin Hayden  CB Illinois Big Ten
2 61 San Diego Chargers Vincent Jackson  WR Northern Colorado Great West
2 62 Pittsburgh Steelers Bryant McFadden  CB Florida State ACC
2 63 Philadelphia Eagles Matt McCoy  LB San Diego State MWC
2 64 Baltimore Ravens Adam Terry  OT Syracuse Big East from New England[26]
3 65 San Francisco 49ers Frank Gore  RB Miami (FL) ACC
3 66 St. Louis Rams O. J. Atogwe  S Stanford Pac-10 from Miami[27]
3 67 Cleveland Browns Charlie Frye  QB Akron MAC
3 68 Tennessee Titans Courtney Roby  WR Indiana Big Ten
3 69 Oakland Raiders Andrew Walter  QB Arizona State Pac-10
3 70 Miami Dolphins Channing Crowder  LB Florida SEC from Chicago[28]
3 71 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Alex Smith  TE Stanford Pac-10
3 72 Detroit Lions Stanley Wilson  CB Stanford Pac-10
3 73 Houston Texans Vernand Morency  RB Oklahoma State Big 12 from Dallas[29]
3 74 New York Giants Justin Tuck  DE Notre Dame Ind. (I-A)
3 75 Arizona Cardinals Eric Green  CB Virginia Tech ACC
3 76 Denver Broncos Karl Paymah  CB Washington State Pac-10 from Washington[30]
3 77 Philadelphia Eagles Ryan Moats  RB Louisiana Tech WAC from Kansas City[31]
3 78 Oakland Raiders Kirk Morrison  LB San Diego State MWC from Houston[32]
3 79 Carolina Panthers Evan Mathis  G Alabama SEC
3 80 Minnesota Vikings Dustin Fox  CB Ohio State Big Ten
3 81 St. Louis Rams Richie Incognito  C Nebraska Big 12
3 82 New Orleans Saints Alfred Fincher  LB Connecticut Big East
3 83 Cincinnati Bengals Chris Henry  WR West Virginia Big East
3 84 New England Patriots Ellis Hobbs  CB Iowa State Big 12 from Baltimore[33]
3 85 Seattle Seahawks David Greene  QB Georgia SEC
3 86 Buffalo Bills Kevin Everett  TE Miami (FL) ACC
3 87 Jacksonville Jaguars Scott Starks  CB Wisconsin Big Ten
3 88 New York Jets Sione Pouha  DT Utah MWC
3 89 Carolina Panthers Atiyyah Ellison  DT Missouri Big 12 from Green Bay[34]
3 89.5 Denver Broncos selection forfeited due to salary-cap violations.[35]
3 90 Atlanta Falcons Jordan Beck  LB Cal Poly Great West
3 91 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Chris Colmer  OT NC State ACC from San Diego[36]
3 92 Indianapolis Colts Vincent Burns  DE Kentucky SEC
3 93 Pittsburgh Steelers Trai Essex  G Northwestern Big Ten
3 94 San Francisco 49ers Adam Snyder  G Oregon Pac-10 from Philadelphia[37]
3 95 Arizona Cardinals Darryl Blackstock  LB Virginia ACC from New England[38]
3* 96 Tennessee Titans Brandon Jones  WR Oklahoma Big 12
3* 97 Denver Broncos Domonique Foxworth  CB Maryland ACC
3* 98 Seattle Seahawks Leroy Hill  LB Clemson ACC
3* 99 Kansas City Chiefs Dustin Colquitt  P Tennessee SEC
3* 100 New England Patriots Nick Kaczur  G Toledo MAC
3* 101 Denver Broncos Maurice Clarett  RB Ohio State Big Ten
4 102 Philadelphia Eagles Sean Considine  S Iowa Big Ten from San Francisco[39]
4 103 Cleveland Browns Antonio Perkins  CB Oklahoma Big 12
4 104 Miami Dolphins Travis Daniels  CB LSU SEC
4 105 Seattle Seahawks Ray Willis  OT Florida State ACC from Oakland[40]
4 106 Chicago Bears Kyle Orton  QB Purdue Big Ten
4 107 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Dan Buenning  G Wisconsin Big Ten
4 108 Tennessee Titans Vincent Fuller  S Virginia Tech ACC
4 109 Dallas Cowboys Marion Barber  RB Minnesota Big Ten
4 110 New York Giants Brandon Jacobs  RB Southern Illinois Gateway
4 111 Arizona Cardinals Elton Brown  G Virginia ACC
4 112 Minnesota Vikings Ciatrick Fason  RB Florida SEC from Washington[41]
4 113 Tennessee Titans David Stewart  OT Mississippi State SEC from Detroit[42]
4 114 Houston Texans Jerome Mathis  WR Hampton MEAC
4 115 Green Bay Packers Marviel Underwood  S San Diego State MWC from Carolina[43]
4 116 Kansas City Chiefs Craphonso Thorpe  WR Florida State ACC
4 117 St. Louis Rams Jerome Carter  S Florida State ACC
4 118 New Orleans Saints Chase Lyman  WR California Pac-10
4 119 Cincinnati Bengals Eric Ghiaciuc  C Central Michigan MAC
4 120 Washington Redskins Manuel White  FB UCLA Pac-10 from Minnesota[44]
4 121 Carolina Panthers Stefan LeFors  QB Louisville C-USA from Seattle[45]
4 122 Buffalo Bills Duke Preston  C Illinois Big Ten
4 123 New York Jets Kerry Rhodes  S Louisville C-USA from Jacksonville[46]
4 124 Baltimore Ravens Jason Brown  C North Carolina ACC
4 125 Green Bay Packers Brady Poppinga  LB BYU MWC
4 126 Philadelphia Eagles Todd Herremans  OT Saginaw Valley State GLIAC from Denver via Cleveland, Seattle, Carolina and Green Bay[47]
4 127 Jacksonville Jaguars Alvin Pearman  RB Virginia ACC from New York Jets[48]
4 128 Atlanta Falcons Chauncey Davis  DE Florida State ACC
4 129 Indianapolis Colts Dylan Gandy  G Texas Tech Big 12
4 130 San Diego Chargers Darren Sproles  RB Kansas State Big 12
4 131 Pittsburgh Steelers Fred Gibson  WR Georgia SEC
4 132 Dallas Cowboys Chris Canty  DE Virginia ACC from Philadelphia[49]
4 133 New England Patriots James Sanders  S Fresno State WAC
4* 134 St. Louis Rams Claude Terrell  G New Mexico MWC
4* 135 Indianapolis Colts Matt Giordano  S California Pac-10
4* 136 Tennessee Titans Roydell Williams  WR Tulane C-USA
5 137 San Francisco 49ers Ronald Fields  DT Mississippi State SEC
5 138 Kansas City Chiefs Boomer Grigsby  LB Illinois State Gateway from Miami[50]
5 139 Cleveland Browns David McMillan  DE Kansas Big 12
5 140 Chicago Bears Airese Currie  WR Clemson ACC
5 141 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Donte Nicholson  S Oklahoma Big 12
5 142 Tennessee Titans Damien Nash  RB Missouri Big 12
5 143 Green Bay Packers Junius Coston  C North Carolina A&T MEAC from Oakland[51]
5 144 St. Louis Rams Jerome Collins  TE Notre Dame Ind. (I-A) from New York Giants via San Diego and Tampa Bay[52]
5 145 Detroit Lions Dan Orlovsky  QB Connecticut Big East from Arizona via New England[53]
5 146 Philadelphia Eagles Trent Cole  DE Cincinnati C-USA from Washington[54]
5 147 Kansas City Chiefs Alphonso Hodge  CB Miami (OH) MAC from Detroit[55]
5 148 Indianapolis Colts Jonathan Welsh  DE Wisconsin Big Ten from Dallas via Philadelphia[56]
5 149 Carolina Panthers Adam Seward  LB UNLV MWC
5 150 Tennessee Titans Daniel Loper  OT Texas Tech Big 12 from Kansas City[57]
5 151 Houston Texans Drew Hodgdon  C Arizona State Pac-10
5 152 New Orleans Saints Adrian McPherson  QB Florida State ACC
5 153 Cincinnati Bengals Adam Kieft  OT Central Michigan MAC
5 154 Washington Redskins Robert McCune  LB Louisville C-USA from Minnesota[58]
5 155 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Larry Brackins  WR Pearl River CC MACJC from St. Louis[59]
5 156 Buffalo Bills Eric King  CB Wake Forest ACC
5 157 Jacksonville Jaguars Gerald Sensabaugh  S North Carolina ACC
5 158 Baltimore Ravens Justin Green  FB Montana Big Sky
5 159 Seattle Seahawks Jeb Huckeba  DE Arkansas SEC
5 160 Atlanta Falcons Michael Boley  LB Southern Miss C-USA from Denver[60]
5 161 New York Jets Andre Maddox  S NC State ACC
5 162 Miami Dolphins Anthony Alabi  OT TCU C-USA from Green Bay via Kansas City[61]
5 163 Atlanta Falcons Frank Omiyale  OT Tennessee Tech OVC
5 164 San Diego Chargers Wesley Britt  OT Alabama SEC
5 165 Indianapolis Colts Robert Hunt  C North Dakota State Great West
5 166 Pittsburgh Steelers Rian Wallace  LB Temple Big East
5 167 Green Bay Packers Mike Hawkins  CB Oklahoma Big 12 from Philadelphia[62]
5 168 Arizona Cardinals Lance Mitchell  LB Oklahoma Big 12 from New England[63]
5* 169 Carolina Panthers Geoff Hangartner  C Texas A&M Big 12
5* 170 New England Patriots Ryan Claridge  LB UNLV MWC
5* 171 Carolina Panthers Ben Emanuel  S UCLA Pac-10
5* 172 Philadelphia Eagles Scott Young  OT BYU MWC
5* 173 Indianapolis Colts Tyjuan Hagler  LB Cincinnati C-USA
5* 174 San Francisco 49ers Rasheed Marshall  WR West Virginia Big East
6 175 Oakland Raiders Anttaj Hawthorne  DT Wisconsin Big Ten from San Francisco via Philadelphia, Green Bay, and New England[64]
6 176 Cleveland Browns Nick Speegle  LB New Mexico MWC
6 177 San Diego Chargers Wes Sims  OT Oklahoma Big 12 from Miami Dolphins[65]
6 178 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Anthony Bryant  DT Alabama SEC
6 179 Tennessee Titans Bo Scaife  TE Texas Big 12
6 180 Green Bay Packers Michael Montgomery  DE Texas A&M Big 12 from Oakland[66]
6 181 Chicago Bears Chris Harris  S Louisiana-Monroe Sun Belt
6 182 New York Jets Cedric Houston  RB Tennessee SEC from Arizona via Oakland[67]
6 183 Washington Redskins Jared Newberry  LB Stanford Pac-10
6 184 Detroit Lions Bill Swancutt  DE Oregon State Pac-10
6 185 Jacksonville Jaguars Chad Owens  WR Hawaiʻi WAC from Dallas via Oakland and New York Jets[68]
6 186 New York Giants Eric Moore  DE Florida State ACC
6 187 Kansas City Chiefs Will Svitek  G Stanford Pac-10
6 188 Houston Texans C. C. Brown  S Louisiana–Lafayette Sun Belt
6 189 Carolina Panthers Jovan Haye  DE Vanderbilt SEC
6 190 Cincinnati Bengals Tab Perry  WR UCLA Pac-10
6 191 Minnesota Vikings C. J. Mosley  DT Missouri Big 12
6 192 St. Louis Rams Dante Ridgeway  WR Ball State MAC
6 193 New Orleans Saints Jason Jefferson  DT Wisconsin Big Ten
6 194 Jacksonville Jaguars Pat Thomas  LB NC State ACC
6 195 Green Bay Packers Craig Bragg  WR UCLA Pac-10 from Baltimore via New England[69]
6 196 Seattle Seahawks Tony Jackson  TE Iowa Big Ten
6 197 Buffalo Bills Justin Geisinger  G Vanderbilt SEC
6 198 New York Jets Joel Dreessen  TE Colorado State MWC
6 199 Kansas City Chiefs Khari Long  DE Baylor Big 12 from Green Bay[70]
6 200 Denver Broncos Chris Myers  G Miami (FL) ACC
6 201 Atlanta Falcons DeAndra' Cobb  RB Michigan State Big Ten
6 202 Indianapolis Colts Dave Rayner  K Michigan State Big Ten
6 203 Cleveland Browns Andrew Hoffman  DT Virginia ACC from Tampa Bay via San Diego[71]
6 204 Pittsburgh Steelers Chris Kemoeatu  G Utah MWC
6 205 San Francisco 49ers Derrick Johnson  CB Washington Pac-10 from Philadelphia[72]
6 206 Detroit Lions Johnathan Goddard  LB Marshall MAC from New England[73]
6* 207 Carolina Panthers Joe Berger  G Michigan Tech GLIAC
6* 208 Dallas Cowboys Justin Beriault  S Ball State MAC
6* 209 Dallas Cowboys Rob Petitti  OT Pittsburgh Big East
6* 210 St. Louis Rams Reggie Hodges  P Ball State MAC
6* 211 Philadelphia Eagles Calvin Armstrong  OT Washington State Pac-10
6* 212 Oakland Raiders Ryan Riddle  DE California Pac-10
6* 213 Baltimore Ravens Derek Anderson  QB Oregon State Pac-10
6* 214 Oakland Raiders Pete McMahon  OT Iowa Big Ten
7 215 San Francisco 49ers Daven Holly  CB Cincinnati C-USA
7 216 Miami Dolphins Kevin Vickerson  DT Michigan State Big Ten
7 217 Cleveland Browns Jon Dunn  OT Virginia Tech ACC
7 218 Tennessee Titans Reynaldo Hill  CB Florida SEC
7 219 Minnesota Vikings Adrian Ward  CB UTEP WAC from Oakland[74]
7 220 Chicago Bears Rod Wilson  LB South Carolina SEC
7 221 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Rick Razzano  FB Ole Miss SEC
7 222 Washington Redskins Nehemiah Broughton  FB The Citadel SoCon
7 223 San Francisco 49ers Marcus Maxwell  WR Oregon Pac-10 from Detroit[75]
7 224 Dallas Cowboys Jay Ratliff  DT Auburn SEC
7 225 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Paris Warren  WR Utah MWC from New York Giants[76]
7 226 Arizona Cardinals LeRon McCoy  WR Indiana (PA) PSAC
7 227 Houston Texans Kenneth Pettway  LB Grambling State SWAC
7 228 Pittsburgh Steelers Shaun Nua  DE BYU MWC from Carolina[77]
7 229 Kansas City Chiefs James Kilian  QB Tulsa WAC
7 230 New England Patriots Matt Cassel  QB USC Pac-10 from Minnesota via New York Jets and Oakland[78]
7 231 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Hamza Abdullah  S Washington State Pac-10 from St. Louis[79]
7 232 New Orleans Saints Jimmy Verdon  DE Arizona State Pac-10
7 233 Cincinnati Bengals Jonathan Fanene  DE Utah MWC
7 234 Baltimore Ravens Mike Smith  LB Texas Tech Big 12
7 235 Seattle Seahawks Cornelius Wortham  LB Alabama SEC
7 236 Buffalo Bills Lionel Gates  RB Louisville C-USA
7 237 Jacksonville Jaguars Chris Roberson  CB Eastern Michigan MAC
7 238 Kansas City Chiefs Jeremy Parquet  OT Southern Miss C-USA from Green Bay[80]
7 239 Denver Broncos Paul Ernster  K Northern Arizona Big Sky
7 240 New York Jets Harry Williams  WR Tuskegee SIAC
7 241 Atlanta Falcons Darrell Shropshire  DT South Carolina SEC
7 242 San Diego Chargers Scott Mruczkowski  C Bowling Green MAC
7 243 Indianapolis Colts Anthony Davis  RB Wisconsin Big Ten
7 244 Pittsburgh Steelers Noah Herron  RB Northwestern Big Ten
7 245 Green Bay Packers Kurt Campbell  S Albany NEC from Philadelphia[81]
7 246 Green Bay Packers Will Whitticker  G Michigan State Big Ten from New England[82]
7* 247 Philadelphia Eagles Keyonta Marshall  DT Grand Valley State GLIAC
7* 248 San Francisco 49ers Patrick Estes  TE Virginia ACC
7* 249 San Francisco 49ers Billy Bajema  TE Oklahoma State Big 12
7* 250 St. Louis Rams Ryan Fitzpatrick  QB Harvard Ivy
7* 251 St. Louis Rams Madison Hedgecock  FB North Carolina ACC
7* 252 Philadelphia Eagles David Bergeron  LB Stanford Pac-10
7* 253 Tampa Bay Buccaneers J. R. Russell  WR Louisville C-USA
7* 254 Seattle Seahawks Doug Nienhuis  OT Oregon State Pac-10
7* 255 New England Patriots Andy Stokes  TE William Penn MSFA

Supplemental draft selections[edit]

For each player selected in the supplemental draft, the team forfeited its pick in that round in the draft of the following season.

Rnd. Pick # NFL team Player Pos. College Conf. Notes
5 - Miami Dolphins Manuel Wright  DT USC Pac-10

Notable undrafted players[edit]

= Pro Bowler[8]
Original NFL team Player Pos. College Conf. Notes
Arizona Cardinals John Bronson  TE Penn State Big Ten
Arizona Cardinals Carlyle Holiday  WR Notre Dame Ind. (I-A)
Atlanta Falcons Michael Koenen  P Western Washington GNAC
Buffalo Bills Jim Leonhard  S Wisconsin Big Ten
Carolina Panthers Lorenzo Alexander  LB California Pac-10
Chicago Bears Rashied Davis  WR San Jose State WAC
Cleveland Browns Josh Cribbs  KR Kent State MAC
Cleveland Browns Lance Moore  WR Toledo MAC
Dallas Cowboys Jon Condo  LS Maryland ACC
Dallas Cowboys Harvey Dahl  G Nevada WAC
Denver Broncos Brandon Browner  CB Oregon State Pac-10
Denver Broncos Erik Pears  OT Colorado State MWC
Green Bay Packers Roy Manning  LB Michigan Big Ten Played 21 Games with Packers, Texans and Bengals
Jacksonville Jaguars Dan Connolly  G Southeast Missouri State OVC Super Bowl XLIX Champion
Miami Dolphins Brock Berlin  QB Miami ACC
Miami Dolphins John Denney  LS BYU MWC
Miami Dolphins Abram Elam  S Kent State MAC
Minnesota Vikings Heath Farwell  LB San Diego State MWC
New England Patriots Robbie Gould  K Penn State Big Ten
New Orleans Saints L.P. Ladouceur  LS California Pac-10
New York Giants Chase Blackburn  LB Akron MAC
New York Giants James Butler  S Georgia Tech ACC
New York Giants Ryan Grant  RB Notre Dame Ind. (I-A)
New York Giants Cameron Wake  LB Penn State Big Ten
Oakland Raiders Chris Carr  KR Boise State WAC
Pittsburgh Steelers John Kuhn  FB Shippensburg PSAC Super Bowl XL and XLV Champion[83][circular reference]
Pittsburgh Steelers Shaun Suisham  K Bowling Green MAC
Pittsburgh Steelers Greg Warren  LS North Carolina ACC
Pittsburgh Steelers Nate Washington  WR Tiffin Ind. (Div. II) Super Bowl XL and XLIII Champion)[84][circular reference]
Seattle Seahawks Chris Kluwe  P UCLA Pac-10
Seattle Seahawks Leonard Weaver  FB Carson-Newman SAC
Washington Redskins Nick Novak  K Maryland ACC

References[edit]

General[edit]

  • "NFL 2005 draft results (Round One)". National Football League (NFL). Archived from the original on January 12, 2008. Retrieved January 20, 2008.
  • "NFL 2005 draft results (Second Round)". National Football League (NFL). Archived from the original on January 12, 2008. Retrieved January 20, 2008.
  • "NFL 2005 draft results (Third Round)". National Football League (NFL). Archived from the original on January 12, 2008. Retrieved January 20, 2008.
  • "NFL 2005 draft results (Fourth Round)". National Football League (NFL). Archived from the original on January 12, 2008. Retrieved January 20, 2008.
  • "NFL 2005 draft results (Fifth Round)". National Football League (NFL). Archived from the original on January 12, 2008. Retrieved January 20, 2008.
  • "NFL 2005 draft results (Sixth Round)". National Football League (NFL). Archived from the original on January 12, 2008. Retrieved January 20, 2008.
  • "2005 2005 NFL draft results (Seventh Round)". National Football League (NFL). Archived from the original on January 12, 2008. Retrieved January 20, 2008.

Specific[edit]

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  2. ^ Salomone, Dan (October 2, 2014). "NFL Draft headed to Chicago in 2015". Giants.com. New York Giants. Archived from the original on September 30, 2015. Retrieved June 3, 2015.
  3. ^ "NFL Draft moving to the Javits Center". The New York Times. March 5, 2005. Archived from the original on January 5, 2008. Retrieved January 20, 2008.Banks, Don (February 9, 2005). "NFL to move Draft:League will not hold event at MSG because of Jets tiff". SportsIllustrated.com. Retrieved November 15, 2008.
  4. ^ "Alex Smith (2005 NFL Draft)". Sports Illustrated. Archived from the original on December 31, 2007. Retrieved January 20, 2008.
  5. ^ "NFL 2005 draft results (Round One)". National Football League (NFL). Archived from the original on January 12, 2008. Retrieved January 20, 2008.
  6. ^ "NFL ANNOUNCES 32 COMPENSATORY DRAFT CHOICES TO 14 CLUBS". The Red Zone. Archived from the original on December 3, 2005. Retrieved December 16, 2008.
  7. ^ Jet (May 16, 2005). "Nine Blacks chosen in top 10 in 2005 NFL Draft". Find Articles. Archived from the original on July 9, 2012. Retrieved December 16, 2008.
  8. ^ a b Players are identified as a Pro Bowler if they were selected for the Pro Bowl at any time in their career.
  9. ^ No 7: Oakland → Minnesota. Oakland traded its first- (7th) and seventh-round (219th) picks to Minnesota in exchange for wide receiver Randy Moss
  10. ^ No 12: NY Giants → San Diego. The Giants traded their third-round selection (65th) in 2004 and first- (12th) and fifth-round (144th) selections in 2005 to San Diego in exchange for quarterback Eli Manning
  11. ^ No 13: Houston → New Orleans. New Orleans traded their first- and third-round selections (16th and 66th) to Houston in exchange for Houston's first-round selection (13th)
  12. ^ No 16: New Orleans → Houston see #No. 13: Houston → New Orleans
  13. ^ No 20: Buffalo → Dallas. Buffalo traded their first-round selection (20th) together with their second- and fifth-round selections (43rd and 144th) in 2004 to Dallas in exchange for Dallas' first-round selection (22nd) in 2004
  14. ^ No 23: Seattle → Oakland. Seattle traded their first-round selection (23rd) to Oakland in exchange for Oakland's first- and fifth-round selections (26th and 105th)
  15. ^ No 25: Denver → Washington. Denver traded their first-round selection (25th) to Washington in exchange for Washington's third-round selection (76th) and first- and fourth-round selections (22nd and 119th) in 2006
  16. ^ No. 26: multiple trades:
           No. 26: NY Jets → Oakland. the Jets traded their first- and seventh-round selections (23rd and 230th) to Oakland in exchange for Oakland's second- and two sixth-round selections (47th, 182nd and 185th) and tight end Doug Jolley.
            No. 26: Oakland → Seattle. see No. 23: Seattle → Oakland.
  17. ^ No 35: Miami → Philadelphia. Miami traded its second-round selection (35th) to Philadelphia in exchange for quarterback A.J. Feeley
  18. ^ No 37: Tennessee → Detroit. Tennessee traded its second-round selection (37th) to Detroit in exchange for Detroit's second- and fourth-round selections (41st and 113rd)
  19. ^ No 40: Washington → New Orleans. Washington traded its fifth-round selection (139th) in 2004 and second-round selection (40th) to New Orleans in exchange for New Orleans' third- and fifth round selections (81st and 151st) in 2004
  20. ^ No. 41: Detroit → Tennessee see No. 37: Tennessee → Detroit
  21. ^ No 45: Carolina → Seattle. Carolina traded its second-round selection (45th) to Seattle in exchange for Seattle's second- and two fourth-round selections (54th, 121st and 126th)
  22. ^ No. 46: Kansas City → Miami. Kansas City traded its second- and fifth-round selections (46th and 162nd) to Miami in exchange for cornerback Patrick Surtain and Miami's fifth-round selection (138th)
  23. ^ No. 47: multiple trades:
           No. 47: Houston → Oakland. Houston traded their second- and third-round selections (47th and 78th) to Oakland in exchange for cornerback Phillip Buchanon.
            No. 47: Oakland → NY Jets. see No. 26: Oakland → NY Jets.
  24. ^ No. 51: New Orleans → Green Bay New Orleans traded its second-round selection (51st) and quarterback J.T. O'Sullivan to Green Bay in exchange for cornerback Mike McKenzie and Green Bay's sixth-round selection (174th)
  25. ^ No. 54: Seattle → Carolina see No. 45: Carolina → Seattle
  26. ^ New England → Baltimore. New England traded its second-round selection (64th) to Baltimore in exchange for Baltimore's third- and sixth-round selections (84th and 195th) and third-round selection in 2006
  27. ^ No. 66: Miami → St. Louis Miami traded its third-round selection (66th) to St. Louis in exchange for running back Lamar Gordon
  28. ^ No. 70: Chicago → Miami. Chicago traded its third-round selection (70th) to Miami in exchange for defensive end Adewale Ogunleye
  29. ^ No. 73: Dallas → Houston. Dallas traded its third-round selection (73rd) to Houston in exchange for rights to Drew Henson
  30. ^ No. 76: Washington → Denver see No. 25: Denver → Washington
  31. ^ No. 77: Kansas City → Philadelphia. Kansas City traded its fifth-round selection (162nd) in 2004 and third-round selection (77th) to Philadelphia in exchange for offensive tackle John Welbourn
  32. ^ No. 78: Houston → Oakland see No. 47: Houston → Oakland
  33. ^ No. 84: Baltimore → New England see No. 64: New England → Baltimore
  34. ^ No. 89: Green Bay → Carolina. Green Bay traded its third-round selection (89th) to Carolina in exchange for two fourth-round selections (115th and 126th)
  35. ^ "NFL Draft Tracker: Denver Broncos, 1995 to 2008". FFToday.com. Retrieved November 14, 2008.
  36. ^ No. 91: San Diego → Tampa Bay. San Diego traded its third- and sixth-round selections (91st and 203rd) to Tampa Bay in exchange for wide receiver Keenan McCardell
  37. ^ No. 94: Philadelphia → San Francisco. Philadelphia traded its third-round selection (94th) to San Francisco in exchange for San Francisco's fourth- and sixth-round selections (102nd and 175th)
  38. ^ No. 95: New England → Arizona. New England traded its third- and fifth-round selections (95th and 168th) to Arizona in exchange for cornerback Duane Starks and Arizona's fifth-round selection (145th)
  39. ^ No. 102: San Francisco → Philadelphia see No. 94: Philadelphia → San Francisco
  40. ^ No. 105: Oakland → Seattle see No. 23: Seattle → Oakland
  41. ^ No. 112: Washington → Minnesota. Washington traded its fourth-round selection (112nd) to Minnesota in exchange for Minnesota's fourth- and fifth-round selections (120th and 154th)
  42. ^ No. 113: Detroit → Tennessee see No. 37: Tennessee → Detroit
  43. ^ No. 115: Carolina → Green Bay see No. 89: Green Bay → Carolina
  44. ^ No. 120: Minnesota → Washington see No. 112: Washington → Minnesota
  45. ^ No. 121: Seattle → Carolina see No. 45: Carolina → Seattle
  46. ^ No. 123: Jacksonville → N.Y. Jets. Jacksonville traded its fourth-round selection (123rd) to N.Y. Jets in exchange for the Jets' fourth- and sixth-round selections (127th and 185th)
  47. ^ No. 126: multiple trades:
           No. 126: Denver → Cleveland. Denver traded their fourth-round selection (126th) to Cleveland in exchange for defensive tackle Gerard Warren.
            No. 126: Cleveland → Seattle. Cleveland traded their fourth-round selection (126th) to Seattle in exchange for quarterback Trent Dilfer.
            No. 126: Seattle → Carolina. see No. 45: Carolina → Seattle.
            No. 126: Carolina → Green Bay. see No. 89: Green Bay → Carolina.
            No. 126: Green Bay → Philadelphia. Green Bay traded its fourth-round selection (126th) to Philadelphia in exchange for Philadelphia's fifth-, sixth- and seventh-round selections (167th, 175th and 245th)
  48. ^ No. 127: N.Y. Jets → Jacksonville see No. 123: Jacksonville → N.Y. Jets
  49. ^ No. 132: Philadelphia → Dallas. Philadelphia traded its fourth-round selection (132nd) and sixth-round selection (182nd) in 2006 to Dallas in exchange for Dallas' fifth-round selection (148th) and fourth-round selection (116th) in 2006
  50. ^ No. 138: Miami → Kansas City see No. 46: Kansas City → Miami
  51. ^ No. 143: Oakland → Green Bay Oakland traded its fifth- and sixth-round selections (143rd and 180th) to Green Bay in exchange for safety Marques Anderson
  52. ^ No. 144: multiple trades:
           No. 144: N.Y. Giants → San Diego. see No. 12: N.Y. Giants → San Diego.
            No. 144: San Diego → Tampa Bay. San Diego traded their fifth-round selection (144th) to Tampa Bay in exchange for offensive tackle Roman Oben.
            No. 144: Tampa Bay → St. Louis. Tampa Bay traded its fifth-round selection (144th) to St. Louis in exchange for St. Louis' fifth- and seventh-round selections (155th and 231rd)
  53. ^ No. 145: multiple trades:
           No. 145: Arizona → New England. see No. 95: New England → Arizona.
            No. 145: Arizona → Detroit. Arizona traded their fifth- and sixth-round selections (145th and 146th) to Detroit in exchange for Detroit's fourth-round selection (106th) in 2006
  54. ^ No. 146: Washington → Philadelphia Washington traded its fifth round selection (146th) to Philadelphia in exchange for wide receiver James Thrash
  55. ^ No. 147: Detroit → Kansas City Detroit traded its fifth round selection (147th) and second- and fourth-round selections (36th and 105th) in 2004 to Kansas City in exchange for Kansas City's first-round selection (30th) in 2004
  56. ^ No. 148: multiple trades:
           No. 148: Dallas → Philadelphia. see No. 132: Philadelphia → Dallas.
            No. 148: Philadelphia → Indianapolis. Philadelphia traded their fifth round selection (148th) to Indianapolis in exchange for Indianapolis' fourth-round selection (127th) in 2006
  57. ^ No. 150: Kansas City → Tennessee Kansas City traded its fifth round selection (150th) to Tennessee in exchange for defensive end Carlos Hall
  58. ^ No. 153: Minnesota → Washington see No. 112: Washington → Minnesota
  59. ^ No. 155: St. Louis → Tampa Bay see No. 144: Tampa Bay → St. Louis
  60. ^ No. 160: Denver → Atlanta Denver traded its fifth round selection (160th) to Atlanta in exchange for defensive tackle Ellis Johnson
  61. ^ No. 162: multiple trades:
           No. 162: Green Bay → Kansas City. Green Bay traded its fifth- and sixth-round selections (162nd and 199th) to Kansas City in exchange for defensive end R-Kal Truluck.
            No. 162: Kansas City → Miami. No. 46: Kansas City → Miami
  62. ^ No. 167: Philadelphia → Green Bay see No. 126: Green Bay → Philadelphia
  63. ^ No. 168: New England → Arizona see No. 95: New England → Arizona
  64. ^ No. 175: multiple trades:
           No. 175: San Francisco → Philadelphia. see No. 94: Philadelphia → San Francisco.
            No. 175: Philadelphia → Green Bay. see No. 126: Green Bay → Philadelphia.
            No. 175: Green Bay → New England. Green Bay traded its sixth-round selection (175th) to New England in exchange for New England's sixth- and seventh-round selections (195th and 246th).
            No. 175: New England → Oakland. New England traded its sixth-round selection (175th) to Oakland in exchange for Oakland's seventh-round selection (230th) and fifth-round selection (136th) in 2006.
  65. ^ No. 177: Miami → San Diego Miami traded its sixth-round selection (177th) to San Diego in exchange for wide receiver David Boston
  66. ^ No. 180: Oakland → Green Bay see No. 143: Oakland → Green Bay
  67. ^ No. 182: multiple trades:
           No. 182: Arizona → Oakland. Arizona traded its sixth-round selection (182nd) to Oakland in exchange for running back Troy Hambrick and defensive end Peppi Zellner.
            No. 182: Oakland → N.Y. Jets. see No. 26: N.Y. Jets → Oakland.
  68. ^ No. 185: multiple trades:
           No. 185: Dallas → Oakland. Dallas traded its seventh-round selection (223) in 2004 and sixth-round selection (185th) to Oakland in exchange for defensive end Kenyon Coleman.
            No. 185: Oakland → N.Y. Jets. see No. 26: N.Y. Jets → Oakland.
            No. 185: N.Y. Jets → Jacksonville. see No. 123: Jacksonville → N.Y. Jets.
  69. ^ No. 195: multiple trades:
           No. 195: Baltimore → New England. see No. 64: New England → Baltimore.
            No. 195: New England → Green Bay. see No. 175: New England → Green Bay.
  70. ^ No. 199: Green Bay → Kansas City see No. 162: Green Bay → Kansas City
  71. ^ No. 203: multiple trades:
           No. 203: San Diego → Tampa Bay. see No. 91: San Diego → Tampa Bay.
            No. 203: Tampa Bay → Cleveland. Tampa Bay traded its sixth-round selection (203rd) to Cleveland in exchange for quarterback Luke McCown.
  72. ^ No. 205: Philadelphia → San Francisco Philadelphia traded defensive end Brandon Whiting and its sixth-round selection (205th) to San Francisco in exchange for wide receiver Terrell Owens plus its fifth-round selection (160th) in 2004 traded to Baltimore in exchange for Baltimore surrendering its rights to Owens
  73. ^ No. 206: New England → Detroit see No. 145: New England → Detroit
  74. ^ No. 219: Oakland → Minnesota see No. 7: Oakland → Minnesota
  75. ^ No. 223: Detroit → San Francisco San Francisco received Detroit's seventh-round selection (223rd) as compensation for restricted free agent guard Kyle Kosier
  76. ^ No. 225: N.Y. Giants → Tampa Bay the Giants traded its seventh-round selection (225th) and guard Jason Whittle to Tampa Bay in exchange for Tampa Bay's sixth-round selection (194th) in 2006
  77. ^ No. 228: Carolina → Pittsburgh Carolina traded its seventh-round selection (228th) to Pittsburgh in exchange for offensive tackle Todd Fordham
  78. ^ No. 230: multiple trades:
           No. 230: Minnesota → N.Y. Jets. Minnesota traded its seventh-round selection (230th) to the N.Y. Jets in exchange for linebacker Sam Cowart.
            No. 230: N.Y. Jets → Oakland. see No. 26: N.Y. Jets → Oakland.
            No. 230: Oakland → New England. see No. 175: New England → Oakland.
  79. ^ No. 231: St. Louis → Tampa Bay see No. 144: Tampa Bay → St. Louis
  80. ^ No. 238: Green Bay → Kansas City Green Bay traded its seventh-round selection (238th) to Kansas City in exchange for offensive tackle Jeremy Parquet
  81. ^ No. 245: Philadelphia → Green Bay see No. 126: Green Bay → Philadelphia
  82. ^ No. 246: New England → Green Bay see No. 175: Green Bay → New England
  83. ^ John Kuhn
  84. ^ Nate Washington

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