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NFL Draft 2014 Order: Team-by-Team Listing for Each Round
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Due to the incredible amount of depth in the 2014 NFL draft class, this year's draft promises to create plenty of intrigue from start to finish.

There is a great deal of talent to be had throughout the first round, but it doesn't stop there. Potential contributors will be available in the middle and later rounds too, meaning teams have a chance to turn things around in the coming days.

Along with a full listing of the entire 2014 NFL draft order for all seven rounds, here is a closer look at some of the teams that figure to make the biggest splashes.

 

Draft Order

Full 7-Round NFL Draft Order
Round 1
Selection Team
1. Houston (2-14)
2. St. Louis - from Washington (3-13)
3. Jacksonville (4-12)
4. Cleveland (4-12)
5. Oakland (4-12)
6. Atlanta (4-12)
7. Tampa Bay (4-12)
8. Minnesota (5-10-1)
9. Buffalo (6-10)
10. Detroit (7-9)
11. Tennessee (7-9)
12. New York Giants (7-9)
13. St. Louis (7-9)
14. Chicago (8-8)
15. Pittsburgh (8-8)
16. Dallas (8-8)
17. Baltimore (8-8)
18. New York Jets (8-8)
19. Miami (8-8)
20. Arizona (10-6)
21. Green Bay (8-7-1)
22. Philadelphia (10-6)
23. Kansas City (11-5)
24. Cincinnati (11-5)
25. San Diego (9-7)
26. Cleveland - from Indianapolis (11-5)
27. New Orleans (11-5)
28. Carolina (12-4)
29. New England (12-4)
30. San Francisco (12-4)
31. Denver (13-3)
32. Seattle (13-3)
Round 2
Selection Team
1. Houston (2-14)
2. Washington (3-13)
3. Cleveland (4-12)
4. Oakland (4-12)
5. Atlanta (4-12)
6. Tampa Bay (4-12)
7. Jacksonville (4-12)
8. Minnesota (5-10-1)
9. Buffalo (6-10)
10. Tennessee (7-9)
11. New York Giants (7-9)
12. St. Louis (7-9)
13. Detroit (7-9)
14. Pittsburgh (8-8)
15. Dallas (8-8)
16. Baltimore (8-8)
17. New York Jets (8-8)
18. Miami (8-8)
19. Chicago (8-8)
20. Arizona (10-6)
21. Green Bay (8-7-1)
22. Philadelphia (10-6)
23. Cincinnati (11-5)
24. San Francisco - from Kansas City (11-5)
25. San Diego (9-7)
26. New Orleans (11-5)
27. Indianapolis (11-5)
28. Carolina (12-4)
29. San Francisco (12-4)
30. New England (12-4)
31. Denver (13-3)
32. Seattle (13-3)
Round 3
Selection Team
1. Houston (2-14)
2. Washington (3-13)
3. Oakland (4-12)
4. Atlanta (4-12)
5. Tampa Bay (4-12)
6. Jacksonville (4-12)
7. Cleveland (4-12)
8. Minnesota (5-10-1)
9. Buffalo (6-10)
10. New York Giants (7-9)
11. St. Louis (7-9)
12. Detroit (7-9)
13. San Francisco - from Tennessee (7-9)
14. Dallas (8-8)
15. Baltimore (8-8)
16. New York Jets (8-8)
17. Miami (8-8)
18. Chicago (8-8)
19. Cleveland - from Pittsburgh (8-8)
20. Arizona (10-6)
21. Green Bay (8-7-1)
22. Philadelphia (10-6)
23. Kansas City (11-5)
24. Cincinnati (11-5)
25. San Diego (9-7)
26. Indianapolis (11-5)
27. New Orleans (11-5)
28. Carolina (12-4)
29. New England (12-4)
30. San Francisco (12-4)
31. Denver (13-3)
32. Minnesota - from Seattle (13-3)
33. Pittsburgh (Compensatory)
34. Green Bay (Compensatory)
35. Baltimore (Compensatory)
36. San Francisco (Compensatory)
Round 4
Selection Team
1. Houston (2-14)
2. Washington (3-13)
3. Atlanta (4-12)
4. New York Jets - Tampa Bay (4-12)
5. Jacksonville (4-12)
6. Cleveland (4-12)
7. Oakland (4-12)
8. Minnesota (5-10-1)
9. Buffalo (6-10)
10. St. Louis (7-9)
11. Detroit (7-9)
12. Tennessee (7-9)
13. New York Giants (7-9)
14. Jacksonville - from Baltimore (8-8)
15. New York Jets (8-8)
16. Miami (8-8)
17. Chicago (8-8)
18. Pittsburgh (8-8)
19. Dallas (8-8)
20. Arizona (10-6)
21. Green Bay (8-7-1)
22. Philadelphia (10-6)
23. Cincinnati (11-5)
24. Kansas City (11-5)
25. San Diego (9-7)
26. New Orleans (11-5)
27. Cleveland - from Indianapolis (11-5)
28. Carolina (12-4)
29. San Francisco (12-4)
30. New England (12-4)
31. Denver (13-3)
32. Seattle (13-3)
33. Detroit (Compensatory)
34. Baltimore (Compensatory)
35. Houston (Compensatory)
36. Detroit (Compensatory)
37. New York Jets (Compensatory)
38. Baltimore (Compensatory)
39. Atlanta (Compensatory)
40. New England (Compensatory)
Round 5
Selection Team
1. Houston (2-14)
2. Washington (3-13)
3. Tampa Bay (4-12)
4. Jacksonville (4-12)
5. Cleveland (4-12)
6. Seattle - from Oakland (4-12)
7. Atlanta (4-12)
8. Minnesota (5-10-1)
9. Buffalo (6-10)
10. Jacksonville - from Detroit (7-9)
11. Tennessee (7-9)
12. New York Giants (7-9)
13. St. Louis (7-9)
14. New York Jets (8-8)
15. Miami (8-8)
16. Chicago (8-8)
17. Pittsburgh (8-8)
18. Dallas (8-8)
19. Jacksonville - from Baltimore (8-8)
20. Arizona (10-6)
21. Green Bay (8-7-1)
22. Philadelphia (10-6)
23. Kansas City (11-5)
24. Cincinnati (11-5)
25. San Diego (9-7)
26. Indianapolis (11-5)
27. New Orleans (11-5)
28. Carolina (12-4)
29. New Orleans - thru Philadelphia - from New England (12-4)
30. San Francisco (12-4)
31. Denver (13-3)
32 Seattle (13-3)
33. Pittsburgh (Compensatory)
34. New York Giants (Compensatory)
35. Baltimore (Compensatory)
36. Green Bay (Compensatory)
Round 6
Selection Team
1. Houston (2-14)
2. Washington (3-13)
3. Jacksonville (4-12)
4. Cleveland (4-12)
5. Houston - from Oakland (4-12)
6. Atlanta (4-12)
7. Chicago - from Tampa Bay (4-12)
8. Minnesota (5-10-1)
9. Buffalo (6-10)
10. Tennessee (7-9)
11. New York Giants (7-9)
12. St. Louis (7-9)
13. Detroit (7-9)
14. Miami (8-8)
15. Chicago (8-8)
16. Pittsburgh (8-8)
17. Kansas City - from Dallas (8-8)
18. Baltimore (8-8)
19. New York Jets (8-8)
20. Arizona (10-6)
21. Green Bay (8-7-1)
22. New England - from Philadelphia (10-6)
23. Cincinnati (11-5)
24. Kansas City (11-5)
25. San Diego (9-7)
26. New Orleans (11-5)
27. Indianapolis (11-5)
28. Carolina (12-4)
29. Jacksonville - from San Francisco (12-4)
30. New England (12-4)
31. Denver (13-3)
32. Seattle (13-3)
33. New York Jets (Compensatory)
34. New York Jets (Compensatory)
35. Houston (Compensatory)
36. Cincinnati (Compensatory)
37. New York Jets (Compensatory)
38. St. Louis (Compensatory)
39. Pittsburgh (Compensatory)
Round 7
Selection Team
1. Houston (2-14)
2. Washington (3-13)
3. Cleveland (4-12)
4. Oakland (4-12)
5. Atlanta (4-12)
6. Tampa Bay (4-12)
7. Jacksonville (4-12)
8. Minnesota (5-10-1)
9. Buffalo (6-10)
10. Carolina - fromNew York Giants (7-9)
11. St. Louis (7-9)
12. Detroit (7-9)
13. Tennessee (7-9)
14. Dallas - from Chicago (8-8)
15. Pittsburgh (8-8)
16. Dallas (8-8)
17. Indianapolis - from Baltimore (8-8)
18. New York Jets (8-8)
19. Miami (8-8)
20. Oakland - from Arizona (10-6)
21. Green Bay (8-7-1)
22. Philadelphia (10-6)
23. Dallas - from Kansas City (11-5)
24. Cincinnati (11-5)
25. San Diego (9-7)
26. St. Louis - from Indianapolis (11-5)
27. San Francisco - from New Orleans (11-5)
28. San Francisco - from Carolina (12-4)
29. New England (12-4)
30. San Francisco (12-4)
31. Denver (13-3)
32. Seattle (13-3)
33. Dallas (Compensatory)
34. St. Louis (Compensatory)
35. St. Louis (Compensatory)
36. Dallas (Compensatory)
37. Cincinnati (Compensatory)
38. Atlanta (Compensatory)
39. Dallas (Compensatory)
40. Atlanta (Compensatory)
41. Houston (Compensatory)

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Most Intriguing Teams to Watch

San Francisco 49ers

Not only are the San Francisco 49ers among the best teams in the NFL, but they also happen to have a large stockpile of picks that could make for some interesting moments throughout the 2014 draft. The Niners hold the 30th-overall pick in the first round along with a pair of seconds and three third-round selections as well.

While San Francisco could choose to stand pat and pick up even more depth, that probably wouldn't be the smartest course of action. The 49ers are roughly a piece or two away from potentially winning the Super Bowl, so expect them to be aggressive and move up in order to grab one of their primary targets.

There is no question that wide receiver and cornerback are the Niners' two biggest needs, and NFL Network's Mike Mayock sees them trading up from No. 30 in order to address one of them, according to College Football 24/7:

ESPN's Adam Caplan also backed up the buzz surrounding a potential trade up for San Francisco:

There is some solid depth at both of the 49ers' positions of need, so they will certainly have options. Although corner may be a more pressing need after they took a hit at that position during free agency, wide receiver looks to be their main target, as Matt Maiocco of CSNBayArea.com points out (per 95.7 The Game):

If the Niners do want a wide receiver, then Odell Beckham of LSU is a name to remember. He isn't among elites like Sammy Watkins and Mike Evans, but he heads that next group of pass-catchers. Brandin Cooks and Marqise Lee are also in the mix if San Francisco can't get up high enough to draft Beckham.

A deep threat on offense could help quarterback Colin Kaepernick in a big way, and the 49ers have the pieces necessary to make it happen.

 

Cleveland Browns

As the only team with three picks (two in the first round) in the first 35, the Cleveland Browns find themselves in an advantageous position. Cleveland will be selecting No. 4, No. 26 and No. 35 as of now, but they have some flexibility that could put them on the road toward contending for a playoff spot.

It is no secret that the Browns are in desperate need of a franchise quarterback. They released Brandon Weeden and Jason Campbell during the offseason. Brian Hoyer filled in admirably for a few games last season, but he simply isn't a starting-caliber player in the NFL. Cleveland will almost certainly come away with a quarterback through the first few rounds, but it is unclear who they are targeting.

Johnny Manziel, Blake Bortles, Teddy Bridgewater and Derek Carr are the obvious names on the radar. Manziel and Bortles are options at No. 4 that won't likely be available at No. 26. Bridgewater and Carr could be available late in the first, but that isn't a guarantee.

Manziel would be the most exciting selection, and his name has been mentioned quite a bit, but Jay Glazer of Fox Sports is reporting that the Browns aren't interested:

It is possible that someone floated a smokescreen in his direction, so Johnny Football isn't totally out of the equation. Should the Browns pass on a signal-caller at No. 4, waiting until No. 26 or even No. 35 could be in the cards as could a trade up if they want to secure a guy like Bridgewater or Carr.

Another interesting scenario mentioned by Steve Doerschuk of The CantonRep is potentially trading No. 26 to the Washington Redskins for quarterback Kirk Cousins:

If Cleveland identifies Cousins as a better player than any of the quarterbacks in this draft, then it would make a lot of sense due to the fact that there wouldn't be as much development needed.

Whatever the case, the Browns have a number of choices they could make, and they should be able to leave the draft much better than they entered it.

 

Houston Texans

The Houston Texans don't have many extra picks at their disposal in terms of making big deals, but their decision-making will have a major impact on the entire draft. Houston will select first, and although most assume that it will take South Carolina defensive end Jadeveon Clowney, that isn't set in stone by any means.

Houston needs a quarterback in the worst way, and it could potentially be intrigued by in-state product Johnny Manziel at No. 1. The Texans could even opt to trade down and take him or a guy like Blake Bortles instead of staying at No. 1 and taking what some might consider to be a player inferior to Clowney.

According to Kristie Rieken of the Associated Press, Texans general manager Rick Smith is more than willing to listen to offers from teams that presumably want to move up for Clowney.

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"If we take the first pick, we know who we want," Smith said. "(But) we are obviously open to moving out of the first pick, if in fact there is an opportunity for us to do so and if we think that is in the best interest of the organization."

Provided the Texans pass on a quarterback at the top of the draft, they also have the first pick in the second round. Someone like Bridgewater or Carr could fall to that point, or they could opt for Jimmy Garoppolo, Tom Savage, Zach Mettenberger or any number of second-round prospects.

Houston could also use that No. 33 pick to move back into the first round if it identifies a signal-caller that it wants. The Texans are in the catbird seat in terms of shaping this draft, and it is definitely in position to acquire some elite talent.

 

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