The first round of the 2019 NFL Draft is in the books.
Kyler Murray was selected number one overall by the Arizona Cardinals Thursday night in Nashville.
The Heisman Trophy winner became the first athlete to be selected in the top ten of both the NFL and MLB Drafts respectively.
Nick Bosa (49ers), Quinnen Williams (Jets), Clelin Ferrell (Raiders), and Devin White (LSU) rounded out the top five.
The New York Giants selected QB Daniel Jones with the 6th overall pick, that left Giants fans puzzled.
Other notable selections included Ed Oliver to the Buffalo Bills, Marquise Brown to the Baltimore Ravens, and Dwyane Haskins to the Washington Redskins.
For a complete list of the first round of draft picks check out our NFL Draft Tracker.
Rounds 2 and 3 will take place Friday night, with rounds 4-7 taking place on Saturday.
One of the major storylines heading into Day Two of the Draft is where Josh Rosen will go after the Cardinals selected Kyler Murray.
Rosen is still with the Cardinals and possible landing spots for him dried up quickly with the Giants and Redskins taking QBs Thursday.
One spot that Rosen could land in is Miami.
The Dolphins, yes have Ryan Fitzpatrick, but to get a QB on the cheap on a rookie deal could be enticing for GM Chris Grier and new HC Brian Flores.
Rosen’s landing spot will be a large topic of discussion throughout Friday and the weekend.
- The Dallas Cowboys will make their first selections of this year’s Draft. The Cowboys did not have a first round pick Thursday night, but have picks in the 2nd and 3rd rounds at 58th and 90th overall.
- Several teams including the Patriots, Broncos, Chiefs, and Texans all have multiple picks during the second round Friday night.
- Best available include: QB Drew Lock, QB Will Grier, WR Parris Campbell, OT Jawaan Taylor, and CB Greedy Williams
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