Full results for the first round of the 2018 NFL Draft

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Baker Mayfield is the top pick in the 2018 NFL Draft. | Tony Gutierrez/AP Photo

One of the biggest days on the football calendar came and went as the first round of the 2018 NFL Draft was held Thursday night. After months of debates and mock drafts, the first 32 picks were announced over the course of several hours at AT&T Stadium.

The Brown used the No. 1 overall pick to take Oklahoma quarterback Baker Mayfield, who will compete with Tyrod Taylor for the chance to be Week 1 starter. Other QBs to go off the board in the top 10 picks were USC’s Sam Darnold to the Jets at No. 3, Wyoming’s Josh Allen to the Bills at No. 7 and UCLA’s Josh Rosen to the Cardinals at No. 10.

The Jets, Bills and Cardinals all made trades in order to move up to select those quarterbacks. Two of those trades occurred Thursday night. You can check out the full seven-round order of picks after Thursday’s action here.

The 2018 NFL Draft is being broadcast on TV by ESPN, NFL Network and other outlets. Here’s information on how to watch online. The second and third rounds will be held Friday, followed by the fourth through seventh rounds Saturday.

Check out pick-by-pick results for the first round of the 2018 NFL Draft below.

2018 NFL Draft, Round 1 live results

1. Browns — QB Baker Mayfield, Oklahoma

2. Giants — RB Saquon Barkley, Penn State

3. Jets (from Colts) — QB Sam Darnold, USC

4. Browns (from Texans) — CB Denzel Ward, Ohio State

5. Broncos — DE Bradley Chubb, NC State

6. Colts (from Jets) — OG Quenton Nelson, Notre Dame

7. Bills (from Buccaneers) — QB Josh Allen, Wyoming

8. Bears — LB Roquan Smith, Georgia

9. 49ers — OT Mike McGlinchey, Notre Dame

10. Cardinals (from Raiders) — QB Josh Rosen, UCLA

11. Dolphins — S Minkah Fitzpatrick, Alabama

12. Buccaneers (from Bills via Bengals) — DT Vita Vea, Washington

13. Redskins — DT Da’Ron Payne, Alabama

14. Saints (from Packers) — DE Marcus Davenport, UTSA

15. Raiders (from Cardinals) — OT Kolton Miller, UCLA

16. Bills (from Ravens) — LB Tremaine Edmunds, Virginia Tech

17. Chargers — S Derwin James, Florida State

18. Packers (from Seahawks) — CB Jaire Alexander, Louisville

19. Cowboys — LB Leighton Vander Esch, Boise State

20. Lions — C Frank Ragnow, Arkansas

21. Bengals (from Bills) — C Billy Price, Ohio State

22. Titans (from Ravens via Bills via Chiefs) — LB Rashaan Evans, Alabama

23. Patriots (from Rams) — OT Isaiah Wynn, Georgia

24. Panthers — WR D.J. Moore, Maryland

25. Ravens (from Titans) — TE Hayden Hurst, South Carolina

26. Falcons — WR Calvin Ridley, Alabama

27. Seahawks (from Packers via Saints) — RB Rashaad Penny, San Diego State

28. Steelers — S Terrell Edmunds, Virginia Tech

29. Jaguars — DT Taven Bryan, Florida

30. Vikings — CB Mike Hughes, UCF

31. Patriots — RB Sony Michel, Georgia

32. Ravens (from Eagles) — QB Lamar Jackson, Louisville

Draft day trades

Bills receive: No. 7, No. 255

Buccaneers receive: No. 12, No. 53, No. 56

Cardinals receive: No. 10

Raiders receive: No. 15, No. 79, No. 152

Saints receive: No. 14

Packers receive: No. 27, No. 147, 2019 first-round pick

Bills receive: No. 16, No. 154

Ravens receive: No. 22, No. 65

Packers receive: No. 18, No. 248

Seahawks receive: No. 27, No. 76, No. 186

Raiders receive: WR Martavis Bryant

Steelers receive: No. 79

Titans receive: No. 22, No. 215

Ravens receive: No. 25, No. 125

Ravens receive: No. 32

Eagles receive: No. 52, No. 125, 2019 second-round pick

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