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2006 NFL Mock Draft: Round Three

Last update: April 28, 2006.
Next Update: April 29, 2006 (depending on a signing or trade).


  1. Houston Texans: Calvin Lowry, S, Penn State
    I'm going to go out on a limb and suggest that the Texans need upgrades over C.C. Brown and Glenn Earl.

  2. Houston Texans: John McCargo, DT, N.C. State
    Now that the Texans are switching to a 4-3 defensive scheme, they will need the appropriate type of defensive tackles.

  3. Green Bay Packers: Demetrius Williams, WR, Oregon
    Javon Walker wants out of Green Bay. I can't really blame him after the team's lack of participation in free agency. If Walker leaves, the Packers will be hunting for a new wide out.

  4. Denver Broncos: Roman Harper, S, Alabama
    At 34, John Lynch is clearly past his prime. The Broncos need a younger player who can eventually replace the veteran free safety.

  5. Oakland Raiders: Gerris Wilkinson, MLB, Georgia Tech
    It seems like the Raiders need help everywhere on defense.

  6. Buffalo Bills: Bernard Pollard, S, Purdue
    With Lawyer Milloy being a cap casualty and Troy Vincent in the twilight of his career, the Bills need to get younger and quicker at safety.



  7. New York Jets: Kellen Clemens, QB, Oregon
    Like I said earlier, Chad Pennington has a dead arm, while Patrick Ramsey has yet to prove himself as a capable starter in this league. The Jets like Kellen Clemens, so they will find a way to secure the Oregon signal caller.

  8. Arizona Cardinals: Terna Nande, OLB, Miami of Ohio
    Arizona needs upgrades all over its defense. Outside linebacker wouldn't be a bad place to start.

  9. Buffalo Bills: Brodie Croyle, QB, Alabama
    I've made it clear that I'm not a big believer in J.P. Losman. Since Buffalo has two third-round selections, it wouldn't hurt for them to take Brodie Croyle with one of them.

  10. Detroit Lions: Ray Edwards, DE, Purdue
    No one on the Lions registered more than seven sacks in 2005. That has to change.

  11. New England Patriots: Greg Blue, S, Georgia
    I don't know if Bernard Pollard can be a valid replacement for Rodney Harrison, but he should at least should be a decent backup for the substitute New England finds.

  12. Philadelphia Eagles: Derek Hagan, WR, Arizona State
    The Eagles still need help at wide receiver. Maybe they should have just paid Terrell Owens the money and avoided the whole soap opera they went through in 2005.

  13. St. Louis Rams: Marcedes Lewis, TE, UCLA
    The Rams need tons of upgrades on the defensive side of the ball, but Scott Linehan should spend at least one first-day pick on an offensive weapon. If you're wondering why Marcedes Lewis has slipped, just blame the scouts who criticize him for running a slow 40.

  14. Cleveland Browns: Jonathan Lewis, DT, Virginia Tech
    Much like Cincinnati, the Browns acquired an ancient defensive tackle this offseason and need a long-term solution at the position.

  15. Atlanta Falcons: Daryn Colledge, OT, Boise State
    Kevin Shaffer signed a contract with the Browns, but Atlanta needed an upgrade over him regardless.

  16. Dallas Cowboys: Tim McGarigle, ILB, Northwestern
    Bill Parcells spent so much time upgrading his outside linebackers last year, that it seemed like he forgot to address the inside.

  17. San Diego Chargers: Rashad Butler, OT, Miami
    Last year, I suggested that the Chargers should upgrade their offensive tackles. They didn't listen and they suffered because of it.

  18. Miami Dolphins: Maurice Drew, RB, UCLA
    What a surprise, Ricky Williams failed a drug test. No one saw that coming. Nick Saban will be forced to burn an early draft pick on a solid backup for Ronnie Brown.



  19. Minnesota Vikings: Omar Jacobs, QB, Bowling Green
    It wouldn't be a bad idea for the Vikings to invest a third-round selection on a young signal caller; Omar Jacobs could one day replace Brad Johnson.

  20. San Francisco 49ers: Jeremy Trueblood, OT, Boston College
    San Francisco's offensive line surrendered 48 sacks in 2005. That's David Carr territory. Mike Nolan should use this selection to ensure Smith's safety.

  21. Kansas City Chiefs: Babatunde Oshinowo, DT, Stanford
    Kansas City needs an upgrade at nearly every defensive position.

  22. New England Patriots: Kai Parham, ILB, Virginia
    New England has very little at inside linebacker behind Tedy Bruschi and Mike Vrabel.

  23. New York Giants: Montavious Stanley, DT, Louisville
    With Kendrick Clancy gone, the Giants need depth at defensive tackle.

  24. Chicago Bears: Martin Nance, WR, Miami of Ohio
    The Bears should continue to help Rex Grossman by giving him reliable targets to throw to.

  25. Carolina Panthers: Brian Calhoun, RB, Wisconsin
    With Stephen Davis hitting free agency, John Fox could be looking at a running back. He will not be able to rely on the injury-plagued DeShaun Foster and Nick Goings as his only two runners, especially after watching most of his backs suffer injuries the past two seasons.

  26. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Joe Klopfenstein, TE, Colorado
    Maybe if Chris Simms had a better tight end than Anthony Becht, he wouldn't have thrown those interceptions against Washington in the playoffs.

  27. Cincinnati Bengals: Dominique Byrd, TE, USC
    Joe Klopfenstein could probably become Cincinnati's starting tight end by May. That's how bad the Bengals' situation is at that position. Dominique Byrd's questionable attitude has cost him about a round.



  28. Jacksonville Jaguars: Tony Scheffler, TE, Western Michigan
    Yet another tight end off the board. Jacksonville needs an upgrade over the disappointing George Wrighster.

  29. Atlanta Falcons: David Pittman, CB, Northwestern State
    If Atlanta wants to contend for the NFC South crown, it will need a better No. 3 corner than Allen Rossum.

  30. Indianapolis Colts: Kevin Boothe, G, Cornell
    If Peyton Manning wants better offensive linemen, Colts management better give him better offensive linemen.

  31. Minnesota Vikings: Jon Alston, OLB, Stanford
    Minnesota's defense was improved last year, but it still needs an outside linebacker so it can move E.J. Henderson to the inside.

  32. Pittsburgh Steelers: Jerome Harrison, RB, Washington State
    Jerome Bettis has retired, which means that the Steelers will be searching for a running back who can carry the load between the tackles. Duce Staley is still on the roster, but he gets injured far too often.

  33. New York Jets: Dusty Dvoracek, DT, Oklahoma
    One of the many reasons the Jets suffered last year was the departure of defensive tackle Jason Ferguson.


  34. Houston Texans: David Thomas, TE, Texas

  35. New Orleans Saints: Chris Chester, C/G, Oklahoma

  36. San Francisco 49ers: Parys Haralson, DE/OLB, Tennessee

  37. Oakland Raiders: Tim Day, TE, Oregon

  38. Tennessee Titans: Paul McQuistan, OT, Weber State

  39. New York Jets: Anthony Smith, S, Syracuse

  40. Green Bay Packers: Fred Matua, G, USC

  41. Buffalo Bills: Hank Baskett, WR, New Mexico

  42. New England Patriots: Anwar Phillips, CB, Penn State

  43. Arizona Cardinals: Garret Mills, TE, Tulsa

  44. Philadelphia Eagles: A.J. Nicholson, OLB, Florida State

  45. St. Louis Rams: Chris Gocong, DE/OLB, Cal Poly-SLO

  46. Cleveland Browns: Brandon Williams, WR, Wisconsin

  47. Baltimore Ravens: Charlie Whitehurst, QB, Clemson

  48. Cleveland Browns: Danieal Manning, CB, Abilene Christian

  49. San Diego Chargers: DeMario Minter, CB, Georgia

  50. Miami Dolphins: Pat Watkins, S, Florida State

  51. Minnesota Vikings: Freddy Keiaho, MLB, San Diego State

  52. Philadelphia Eagles: Lawrence Vickers, FB, Colorado

  53. New York Jets: Devin Aromashodu, WR, Auburn

  54. New England Patriots: Leon Washington, RB, Florida State

  55. Denver Broncos: DonTrell Moore, RB, New Mexico

  56. Chicago Bears: Tim Dobbins, MLB, Iowa State

  57. Carolina Panthers: Kyle Williams, DT, LSU

  58. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Jason Spitz, C, Louisville

  59. Cincinnati Bengals: Jason Avant, WR, Michigan

  60. New York Giants: Brandon Johnson, OLB, Louisville

  61. Jacksonville Jaguars: Devin Hester, WR/CB, Miami

  62. Denver Broncos: Tarvaris Jackson, QB, Alabama State

  63. Philadelphia Eagles: Guy Whimper, OT, East Carolina

  64. Seattle Seahawks: Owen Daniels, TE, Wisconsin

  65. Pittsburgh Steelers: Isaac Sowells, OT, Indiana

  66. Denver Broncos: LeKevin Smith, DT, Nebraska

  67. Pittsburgh Steelers: Michael Robinson, QB/WR/S, Penn State

  68. Baltimore Ravens: Dee Webb, CB, Florida

  69. Pittsburgh Steelers: Oliver Hoyte, ILB, N.C. State


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