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2019 NFL Draft First Round Results: All 32 Picks, Props That Cashed, More

Apr 26, 2019 11:56 PM EDT
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  • See the results for all 32 picks from the first round of the 2019 NFL Draft, complete with trade details and relevant betting nuggets.

Welcome to The Action Network’s 2019 NFL Draft tracker.

Below is a pick-by-pick snapshot of the first round — that means trades, too — with the most recent listed first.

We’ve also highlighted betting nuggets when relevant.

2019 NFL DRAFT TRACKER

No. 32: N’Keal Harry, WR, New England Patriots

The Patriots pass on Drew Lock with the final pick on Day 1, officially crushing the hopes of anyone who had an over 3.5 first-round quarterbacks ticket.

No. 31: Kaleb McGary, OT, Atlanta Falcons (from Rams)

No. 30: Deandre Baker, CB, New York Giants (from Green Bay)

No. 29: L.J. Collier, DE, Seattle Seahawks (from Kansas City)

No. 28: Jerry Tillery, DT, Los Angeles Chargers

No. 27: Johnathan Abram, S, Oakland Raiders (from Dallas)

No. 26: Montez Sweat, DE, Washington Redskins (from Indianapolis)

The Redskins moved up to draft Sweat, whose draft position prop of 7.5 moved from -120 to -500 to off the board when news broke that he had a reported heart condition.

No. 25: Marquise Brown, WR, Baltimore Ravens (from Philadelphia)

No. 24: Josh Jacobs, RB, Oakland Raiders (from Chicago)

No. 23: Tytus Howard, OT, Houston Texans

No. 22: Andre Dillard, OT, Philadelphia Eagles (from Baltimore)

Back-to-back trades.

The Ravens traded their 22nd overall pick for the Eagles’ 25th overall, as well as fourth- and sixth-round selections.

No. 21: Darnell Savage Jr., S, Green Bay Packers (from Seattle)

Another trade! According to ESPN’s Field Yates, the Seahawks traded their 21st overall pick for the Packers’ 30th, 114th and 118th overall picks.

Savage was the first defensive back off the board, burning bettors who backed the two favorites — Greedy Williams and Byron Murphy — to be the first.

No. 20: Noah Fant, TE, Denver Broncos (from Pittsburgh)

No. 19: Jeffery Simmons, DT, Tennessee Titans

No. 18: Garrett Bradbury, C, Minnesota Vikings

No. 17: Dexter Lawrence, New York Giants (from Cleveland)

Congrats to anyone who bet the over on 2.5 Clemson players drafted on Day 1.

No. 16: Brian Burns, OLB, Carolina Panthers

No. 15: Dwayne Haskins, QB, Washington Redskins

No. 14: Chris Lindstrom, OG, Atlanta Falcons

No. 13: Christian Wilkins, DT, Miami Dolphins

Wilkins is the second Clemson player off the board. FanDuel had the line set a 2.5 Clemson players drafted in the first round: Over -104/Under -122.

No. 12: Rashan Gary, DE, Green Bay Packers

No. 11: Jonah Williams, OT, Cincinnati Bengals

No. 10: Devin Bush, ILB, Pittsburgh Steelers (from Denver)

Our first mid-round trade!

According to ESPN’s Field Yates, the Broncos traded the 10th overall pick to the Steelers for the 20th and 52nd overall picks in this draft as well as Pittsburgh’s 2020 third-round pick.

No. 9: Ed Oliver, DT, Buffalo Bills

No. 8: T.J. Hockenson, TE, Detroit Lions

No. 7: Josh Allen, OLB, Jacksonville Jaguars

No. 6: Daniel Jones, QB, New York Giants

Matthew Freedman sums this pick best here.

No. 5: Devin White, ILB, Tampa Bay Buccaneers

White was the favorite to be the first linebacker drafted, with -501 odds as of last week.

No. 4: Clelin Ferrell, DE, Oakland Raiders

No. 3: Quinnen Williams, DT, New York Jets

Congrats to whoever bet Murray-Bosa-Williams to be the exact order of the first three picks — you have just cashed your ticket. (Odds were +200 at FanDuel heading into the first round.)

No. 2: Nick Bosa, DE, San Francisco 49ers

Before Murray emerged as the betting favorite, he and Bosa were co-favorites to go first overall immediately following the combine.

No. 1: Kyler Murray, QB, Arizona Cardinals

Murray was the favorite to be drafted first overall, with his odds closing at -500 after previously spiking as high as -1200.

After finishing with a league-worst 3-13 record in 2018, the Cardinals were 100-1 to win the Super Bowl heading into the first round.

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