5 Biggest Steals from Each Round of the Draft in NFL History

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5 Biggest Steals from Each Round of the Draft in NFL History
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It's hard to think no team wanted Brady until the sixth round after his college career at Michigan.

Some of the best players in NFL history weren't highly touted coming out of college.

Tom Brady was pick No. 199 in 2000, taken after quarterbacks who quickly washed out of the league. Zach Thomas waited until Day 2, but had a clear Hall of Fame career. Shannon Sharpe was very close to being undrafted, but he now represents the gold standard for the tight end position.

Here are the five biggest steals from each draft round in NFL history.

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