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With the 75th pick in the 2019 NFL Draft, the Green Bay Packers select:

Tytus Howard, OT, Alabama St

Brian Bulaga is in contract year and Tytus Howard has all the natural size, athleticism, and tenacity for a franchise Right Tackle. Tytus needs time to refine his technique, if it were better Tytus would be a day 1 pick.


Other players considered:
Amani Hooker, S, Iowa
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With the 76th pick in the 2019 Draft, The Washington Redskins select:

Will Grier QB WV.
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With the 77th pick the Carolina Panthers select
ANTHONY NELSON Edge, Iowa

Nelson has been one of the most productive edge defenders in college football over the past two seasons and has the size to kick inside at times as well.
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With the 78th pick of the NFL Draft, the Miami Dolphins select:

LJ Collier; DE, Texas Christian
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With the 79th pick Atlanta selects:

Lamont Gaillard - G/C - Georgia

Might be a round early for him but I think ATL likes him and is looking to start grooming a replacement for Alex Mack.
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With the 80th pick in the 2019 draft the Cleveland Browns select:

Lonnie Johnson Jr., CB, Kentucky

Long, disciplined corner who should fit this system well. Perfect CB2 opposite Ward, he is said to be rising on team's boards. His tape is much better than his numbers may suggest, as he starred in a very talented UK backfield, one that played a lot of deep zone this year ( due to game situations ), and was rarely attacked when they were in man-to-man. On a defense that will have (at least) 2 other defensive backs drafted this year, Lonnie was the best CB for the Wildcats last year.

With the 2nd round pick of Abram the Browns have now addressed the worst position room on the team.

Lots of other guys considered here, came down to Johnson and Walker, LB, UGA. for me.

Yeah, I took my hometown guy. Sue me.
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81st pick Vikings select Chuma Edoga, T, USC
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With the 82nd pick in the NFL draft the Tennessee Titans select:

J.J. Arcega Whiteside, WR, Stanford

Team needs: IOL, WR, DL, EDGE

Other considerations:

Andy Isabella, WR, UMASS
Nate Davis, OG, Charlotte
Ross Pierschbacher, G/C Alabama
Beau Benzschawel, G, Wisconsin
Alex Bars, G/OT, Notre Dame
Dru Samia, G, Oklahoma

JJAW has strong hands at the catch point, and has some of the best contested catch ability in this draft class (either him or N'keal). He should prove to be an excellent addition to the Titans as both a down field threat and a run blocker (which has been a valued asset thus far for the Titans). It was really up to JJAW or Andy Isabella here, and while Isabella's speed makes him a better complement to CD, I just don't see Jon Robinson picking a 5'9 receiver. While JJAW has been interviewed 3 times already by TEN; Isabella has not been interviewed once (at least not publicly)
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With the 83rd pick of the 2019 NFL Draft, the Pittsburgh Steelers select:

Andrew "Andy" Isabella, WR, UMASS

Team Needs:
LB (2nd Round Selection)
DB (1st Round Selection)
WR (This pick)
TE
RB

Isabella was a track star in high school (beating Denzel Ward in both the 100m and 200m events in Ohio's state track championships), who was actually a RB in high school as well. In his freshman year, he immediately started as a kick and punt returner, but was thrown in as a starter 10 times in 12 games as a true freshman. His senior year saw him as a Biletnikoff Award finalist (best WR) and was placed on the AP's All-American 2nd Team.
Isabella will be a great addition to a Steelers squad, not only as a WR, but also as a special teams threat. In the combine, he posted a 4.31 40, a 6.95 in the 3-cone, and a 4.15 in the 20 yard shuttle. Even though he's only 5'9", that shouldn't detract from him being selected here.
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With the 84th pick, the Seahawks select -

Oshane Ximines, EDGE, OLD Diminion
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With the 85th pick the Baltimore Ravens select

Kelvin Harmon ,wr
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With the 86th pick in the 2019 NFL Draft, the Houston Texans select:

Michael Deiter, G, Wisconson

Other consideration(s):
D'Andre Walker, DE/OLB, Georgia
Dawson Knox, TE, Ole Miss

The Texans need more help on the O-line to keep Watson upright, and adding Deiter along with Risner in this draft helps this Houston offense. However, if the Texans feel that Clowney will bail on them after being slapped with the Franchise Tag, then D'Andre Walker would be a great addition to the team.
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With the 87th pick in the NFL draft the Chicago Bears select:

Miles Sanders, Penn St, RB

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Needs: RB, LB, CB
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with the 88th pick the loins select:

michael deiter - OG, wisconsin

needs: OG, CB, LB, WR
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With the 89th pick the Colts select:

Michael Deiter, G, Wisconsun

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