2018 NFL Draft full results for Day 2

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Former player Vince Young announced the Titans’ pick of Harold Landry. | Eric Gay/AP Photo

The second and third rounds of the 2018 NFL Draft were held Friday night at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas. The Bears stayed busy by landing center James Daniel and wide receiver Anthony Miller with a pair of picks.

The Browns opened the drafting once again after a big day that saw the team add Oklahoma quarterback Baker Mayfield and Ohio State cornerback Denzel Ward with top-five picks. Cleveland had three picks in the second round, including No. 33 and No. 35 overall, which it used to add a trio of prospects including Georgia running back Nick Chubb.

Mayfield was one of five quarterbacks to go in the first round along with Sam Darnold (Jets), Josh Allen (Bills), Josh Rosen (Cardinals) and Lamar Jackson (Ravens). Mason Raymond was the only QB to go on Day 2 with the Steelers nabbing him.

2018 NFL Draft results, Rounds 2-3

Round 2

1 (33). Browns— OT Austin Corbett, Nevada

2 (34). Giants—OG Will Hernandez, UTEP

3 (35). Browns (from Texans)— RB Nick Chubb, Georgia

4 (36). Colts—LB Darius Leonard, South Carolina State

5 (37). Colts (from Jets)— OG Braden Smith, Auburn

6 (38). Buccaneers— RB Ronald Jones II, USC

7 (39). Bears— C James Daniels, Iowa

8 (40). Broncos—WR Courtland Sutton, SMU

9 (41). Titans (from Raiders)— DE Harold Landry, Boston College

10 (42). Dolphins— TE Mike Gesicki, Penn State

11 (43). Lions (from Patriots via 49ers)—RB Kerryon Johnson, Auburn

12 (44). 49ers (from Redskins)—WR Dante Pettis, Washington

13 (45). Packers— CB Josh Jackson, Iowa

14 (46). Chiefs (from Bengals)— DE Breeland Speaks, Mississippi

15 (47). Cardinals— WR Christian Kirk, Texas A&M

16 (48). Chargers— LB Uchenna Nwosu, USC

17 (49). Eagles (from Colts via two teams)— TE Dallas Goedert, South Dakota St.

18 (50). Cowboys— OT Connor Williams, Texas

19 (51). Bears (from Patriots via Lions)— WR Anthony Miller, Memphis

20 (52). Colts (from Eagles via Ravens)— DE Kemoko Turay, Rutgers

21 (53). Buccaneers (from Bills)—CB M.J. Stewart, North Carolina

22 (54). Bengals (from Chiefs)— S Jessie Bates, Wake Forest

23 (55). Panthers— CB Donte Jackson, LSU

24 (56). Patriots (from Buccaneers via two teams)—CB Duke Dawson, Florida

25 (57). Raiders (from Titans)— DT P.J. Hall, Sam Houston State

26 (58). Falcons— CB Isaiah Oliver, Colorado

27 (59). Redskins (from 49ers via Saints)— RB Derrius Guice, LSU

28 (60). Steelers— WR James Washington, Oklahoma State

29 (61). Jaguars— WR D.J. Chark, LSU

30 (62). Vikings— OT Brian O’Neill, Pittsburgh

31 (63). Patriots— CB Carlton Davis, Auburn

32 (64). Colts (from Browns via Eagles)—DE Tyquan Lewis, Ohio State

Round 3

1 (65). Raiders (from Ravens via two teams)— OT Brandon Parker, North Carolina A&T

2 (66). Giants— LB Lorenzo Carter, Clemson

3 (67). Browns (from Colts)— DE Chad Thomas, Miami

4 (68). Texans— S Justin Reid, Stanford

5 (69). Giants (from Buccaneers)— DT B.J. Hill, NC State

6 (70). 49ers (from Bears)— LB Fred Warner, BYU

7 (71). Broncos— RB Royce Freeman, Oregon

8 (72). Jets— DT Nathan Shepherd, Fort Hays State

9 (73). Dolphins—LB Jerome Baker, Ohio State

10 (74). Redskins (from 49ers)— OT Geron Christian, Louisville

11 (75). Chiefs (from Ravens via Raiders)— DT Derrick Nnadi, Florida State

12 (76). Steelers (from Seahawks via Packers) — QB Mason Rudolph, Oklahoma State

13 (77). Bengals— DE Sam Hubbard, Ohio State

14 (78). Bengals (from Chiefs via Redskins)— LB Malik Jefferson, Texas

15 (79). Seahawks (from Steelers via two teams)— DE Rasheem Green, USC

16 (80). Texans (from Seahawks)— OT Martinas Rankin, Mississippi State

17 (81). Cowboys— WR Michael Gallup, Colorado State

18 (82). Lions— S Tracy Walker, Louisiana-Lafayette

19 (83). Ravens— OT Orlando Brown, Oklahoma

20 (84). Chargers— DT Justin Jones, NC State

21 (85). Panthers (from Bills)—CB Rashaan Gaulden, Tennessee

22 (86). Ravens (from Chiefs)— TE Mark Andrews, Oklahoma

23 (87). Raiders (from Rams)— LB Arden Key, LSU

24 (88). Packers (from Panthers)— LB Oren Burks, Vanderbilt

25 (89). Rams (from Raiders via Titans)— OT Joseph Noteboom, TCU

26 (90). Falcons— DT Deandrin Senat, South Florida

27 (91). Saints— WR Tre’quan Smith, Central Florida

28 (92). Steelers— OT Chuks Okorafor, Western Michigan

29 (93). Jaguars— S Ronnie Harrison, Alabama

30 (94). Buccaneers (from Vikings)— OT Alex Cappa, Humboldt State

31 (95). 49ers (from Patriots)— S Tarvarius Moore, Southern Miss

32 (96). Bills(from Eagles)— DT Harrison Phillips, Stanford

33 (97). Cardinals(compensatory) — C Mason Cole, Michigan

34 (98). Texans(compensatory) — TE Jordan Akins, Central Florida

35 (99). Broncos(compensatory) — CB Isaac Yiadom, Boston College

36 (100). Chiefs (from Bengals, compensatory)— LB Dorian O’Daniel, Clemson


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