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2008 NFL Mock Draft Order
All Seven Rounds

I couldn't find any site that had the complete order for all seven rounds of the 2008 NFL Mock Draft. So, here it is. If you notice any mistakes, please don't hesitate to e-mail me by clicking my name at the bottom of this page. I tried my best to track down all of the outstanding trades.

NOTE: NFL Draft Order updated 4/26.


Round 1
  1. Miami (1-15)
  2. St. Louis (3-13)
  3. Atlanta (4-12)
  4. Oakland (4-12)
  5. Kansas City (4-12)
  6. New York Jets (4-12)
  7. New England -- from San Francisco (5-11)
  8. Baltimore (5-11)
  9. Cincinnati (7-9)
  10. New Orleans (7-9)
  11. Buffalo (7-9)
  12. Denver (7-9)
  13. Carolina (7-9)
  14. Chicago (7-9)
  15. Detroit (7-9)
  16. Arizona (8-8)
  17. Kansas City -- from Minnesota (8-8)
  18. Houston (8-8)
  19. Philadelphia (8-8)
  20. Tampa Bay (9-7)
  21. Washington (9-7)
  22. Dallas -- from Cleveland (10-6)
  23. Pittsburgh (10-6)
  24. Tennessee (10-6)
  25. Seattle (10-6)
  26. Jacksonville (11-5)
  27. San Diego (11-5)
  28. Dallas (13-3)
  29. San Francisco -- from Indianapolis (13-3)
  30. Green Bay (13-3)
  31. New York Giants (10-6)


Round 2
  1. Miami (1-15)
  2. St. Louis (3-13)
  3. Atlanta -- from Oakland (4-12)
  4. Kansas City (4-12)
  5. New York Jets (4-12)
  6. Atlanta (4-12)
  7. Baltimore (5-11)
  8. San Francisco (5-11)
  9. New Orleans (7-9)
  10. Buffalo (7-9)
  11. Denver (7-9)
  12. Carolina (7-9)
  13. Chicago (7-9)
  14. Detroit (7-9)
  15. Cincinnati (7-9)
  16. Minnesota (8-8)
  17. Atlanta -- from Houston (8-8)
  18. Philadelphia (8-8)
  19. Arizona (8-8)
  20. Washington (9-7)
  21. Tampa Bay (9-7)
  22. Pittsburgh (10-6)
  23. Tennessee (10-6)
  24. Seattle (10-6)
  25. Green Bay -- from Cleveland (10-6)
  26. Miami -- from San Diego (11-5)
  27. Jacksonville (11-5)
  28. Indianapolis (13-3)
  29. Green Bay (13-3)
  30. Dallas (13-3)
  31. New England (16-0)
  32. New York Giants (10-6)


Round 3
  1. Miami (1-15)
  2. St. Louis (3-13)
  3. Kansas City (4-12)
  4. Carolina -- from New York Jets (4-12)
  5. Atlanta (4-12)
  6. New England -- from Oakland (4-12)
  7. Chicago -- from San Francisco (5-11)
  8. Jacksonville -- Buffalo (7-9)
  9. Buffalo -- from Baltimore (5-11)
  10. Kansas City -- from Minnesota through Denver (7-9)
  11. Carolina (7-9)
  12. San Francisco -- from Chicago (7-9)
  13. Detroit (7-9)
  14. Cincinnati (7-9)
  15. New Orleans (7-9)
  16. Houston (8-8)
  17. Philadelphia (8-8)
  18. Arizona (8-8)
  19. Kansas City -- from Minnesota (8-8)
  20. Tampa Bay (9-7)
  21. Washington (9-7)
  22. Tennessee (10-6)
  23. Seattle (10-6)
  24. Detroit -- from Cleveland (10-6)
  25. Pittsburgh (10-6)
  26. Jacksonville (11-5)
  27. Chicago -- from San Diego (11-5)
  28. Green Bay (13-3)
  29. Dallas (13-3)
  30. Indianapolis (13-3)
  31. New England (16-0)
  32. New York Giants (10-6)
  33. Washington* (NFL compensatory pick)
  34. Cincinnati (NFL compensatory pick)
  35. Atlanta (NFL compensatory pick)
  36. Baltimore (NFL compensatory pick)


*Note - Compensatory picks were given out on March 31. Compensatory selections cannot be traded.


Round 4
  1. Dallas -- From Miami (1-15)
  2. St. Louis (3-13)
  3. New York Jets (4-12)
  4. Atlanta (4-12)
  5. Oakland (4-12)
  6. Kansas City (4-12)
  7. Baltimore (5-11)
  8. San Francisco (5-11)
  9. Denver (7-9)
  10. Carolina (7-9)
  11. Chicago (7-9)
  12. Detroit (7-9)
  13. Cincinnati (7-9)
  14. New York Jets -- From New Orleans (7-9)
  15. Buffalo (7-9)
  16. Philadelphia (8-8)
  17. Arizona (8-8)
  18. Minnesota (8-8)
  19. Houston (8-8)
  20. Denver Broncos -- from Washington (9-7)
  21. Tampa Bay (9-7)
  22. Seattle (10-6)
  23. Cleveland (10-6)
  24. Pittsburgh (10-6)
  25. Tennessee (10-6)
  26. Jacksonville (11-5)
  27. Tennessee -- from Dallas (13-3)
  28. Indianapolis (13-3)
  29. Green Bay (13-3)
  30. New England (16-0)
  31. New York Giants (10-6)
  32. Philadelphia (NFL compensatory pick)
  33. Buffalo (NFL compensatory pick)
  34. Baltimore (NFL compensatory pick)
  35. Tennessee (NFL compensatory pick)
  36. Green Bay (NFL compensatory pick)


*Note - San Diego doesn't have a fourth-round pick after using it on Paul Oliver in the 2007 Supplemental Draft.




Round 5
  1. Kansas City -- from Miami (1-15)
  2. St. Louis (3-13)
  3. Atlanta (4-12)
  4. Denver -- from Oakland (4-12)
  5. Kansas City (4-12)
  6. Carolina -- from New York Jets (4-12)
  7. Chicago -- from Carolina (7-9)
  8. Jacksonville -- from Chicago (7-9)
  9. Detroit (7-9)
  10. Cincinnati (7-9)
  11. New Orleans (7-9)
  12. Buffalo (7-9)
  13. Denver (7-9)
  14. Arizona (8-8)
  15. Minnesota (8-8)
  16. Houston (8-8)
  17. Philadelphia (8-8)
  18. Tampa Bay (9-7)
  19. Washington (9-7)
  20. Cleveland (10-6)
  21. Pittsburgh (10-6)
  22. Tennessee (10-6)
  23. Jacksonville -- from Seattle (10-6)
  24. Jacksonville (11-5)
  25. San Diego (11-5)
  26. Indianapolis (13-3)
  27. Green Bay (13-3)
  28. Dallas (13-3)
  29. New England (16-0)
  30. New York Giants (10-6)
  31. San Diego (NFL compensatory pick)


*Note - Baltimore doesn't have a fifth-round pick after using it on Jared Gaither in the 2007 Supplemental Draft. San Francisco doesn't have a fifth-round pick as a penalty for tampering with Lance Briggs.


Round 6
  1. Dallas -- from Miami (1-15)
  2. St. Louis (3-13)
  3. Oakland (4-12)
  4. Kansas City (4-12)
  5. New York Jets (4-12)
  6. Atlanta (4-12)
  7. Baltimore (5-11)
  8. San Francisco (5-11)
  9. Chicago (7-9)
  10. Detroit (7-9)
  11. Cincinnati (7-9)
  12. New Orleans (7-9)
  13. Buffalo (7-9)
  14. St. Louis -- from Denver (7-9)
  15. Carolina (7-9)
  16. Kansas City -- from Minnesota (8-8)
  17. Denver -- Houston (8-8)
  18. Philadelphia (8-8)
  19. Arizona (8-8)
  20. Washington (9-7)
  21. Minnesota -- from Kansas City through Tampa Bay (9-7)
  22. Pittsburgh (10-6)
  23. Seattle -- from Tennessee (10-6)
  24. Cleveland -- from Seattle (10-6)
  25. Philadelphia -- from Cleveland (10-6)
  26. San Diego (11-5)
  27. Minnesota -- from Jacksonville (11-5)
  28. New York Giants -- from Green Bay (13-3)
  29. Miami -- from Dallas (13-3)
  30. Indianapolis (13-3)
  31. New England (16-0)
  32. New York Giants (10-6)
  33. New York Giants (NFL compensatory pick)
  34. Philadelphia (NFL compensatory pick)
  35. Indianapolis (NFL compensatory pick)
  36. Indianapolis (NFL compensatory pick)
  37. Philadelphia (NFL compensatory pick)
  38. Miami (NFL compensatory pick)
  39. Indianapolis (NFL compensatory pick)
  40. Baltimore (NFL compensatory pick)
  41. Cincinnati (NFL compensatory pick)





Round 7
  1. Miami (1-15)
  2. Minnesota -- From St. Louis (3-13)
  3. Kansas City (4-12)
  4. New York Jets (4-12)
  5. Atlanta (4-12)
  6. Oakland (4-12)
  7. San Francisco (5-11)
  8. Baltimore (5-11)
  9. Detroit (7-9)
  10. St. Louis -- from Cincinnati (7-9)
  11. New Orleans (7-9)
  12. Buffalo (7-9)
  13. Denver (7-9)
  14. Carolina (7-9)
  15. Chicago (7-9)
  16. Houston (8-8)
  17. Buffalo -- from Philadelphia (8-8)
  18. Arizona (8-8)
  19. Oakland -- from Minnesota (8-8)
  20. Denver -- from Tampa Bay (9-7)
  21. Washington (9-7)
  22. Tennessee (10-6)
  23. Philadelphia -- from Seattle (10-6)
  24. Cleveland (10-6)
  25. Atlanta -- from Pittsburgh (10-6)
  26. Seattle -- from Jacksonville (11-5)
  27. San Diego (11-5)
  28. Dallas (13-3)
  29. Indianapolis (13-3)
  30. Green Bay (13-3)
  31. New England (16-0)
  32. Kansas City -- from New York Giants (10-6)
  33. Baltimore (NFL compensatory pick)
  34. Carolina (NFL compensatory pick)
  35. Washington (NFL compensatory pick)
  36. Chicago (NFL compensatory pick)
  37. Cincinnati (NFL compensatory pick)
  38. Miami (NFL compensatory pick)
  39. Cincinnati (NFL compensatory pick)
  40. Chicago (NFL compensatory pick)
  41. Chicago (NFL compensatory pick)
  42. Washington (NFL compensatory pick)
  43. Carolina (NFL compensatory pick)
  44. Buffalo (NFL compensatory pick)
  45. St. Louis (NFL compensatory pick)

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