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Round 1
April 26-27 in New York
No.  Team  Pct.  Opp. %  Opp. Rec. 
1.  Cincinnati  14  .125  .537  136-117-3 
2.  Detroit  13  .188  .494  126-129-1 
3.  Houston  12  .250  .518  132-123-1 
4.  a -- N.Y. Jets  .563  .500  128-128-0 
5.  Dallas  11  .313  .500  128-128-0 
6.  Arizona  11  .313  .500  128-128-0 
7.  Minnesota  10  .375  .498  127-128-1 
8.  Jacksonville  10  .375  .506  129-126-1 
9.  Carolina  .438  .486  123-130-3 
10.  Baltimore  .438  .506  128-125-3 
11.  Seattle  .438  .506  129-126-1 
12.  St. Louis  .438  .508  130-126-0 
13.  b --Chicago  12  .250  .521  132-122-1 
14.  c -- New England  .563  .525  134-121-1 
15.  San Diego  .500  .492  126-130-0 
16.  Kansas City  .500  .527  135-121-0 
17.  New Orleans  .563  .498  126-127-3 
18.  d -- New Orleans  .563  .498  126-127-3 
19.  New England  .563  .525  134-121-1 
20.  Denver  .563  .527  135-121-0 
21.  Cleveland  .563  .486  123-130-3 
22.  e -- Chicago  12  .250  .521  132-122-1 
23.  f -- Buffalo  .594  .494  126-129-1 
24.  Indianapolis  10  .625  .479  122-133-1 
25.  N.Y. Giants  10  .625  .482  123-132-1 
26.  San Francisco  10  .625  .504  129-127-0 
27.  Pittsburgh  10  .656  .486  124-131-1 
28.  Tennessee  11  .688  .479  122-133-1 
29.  Green Bay  12  .750  .451  115-140-1 
30.  Philadelphia  12  .750  .469  120-136-0 
31.  Oakland  11  .688  .529  135-120-1 
32.  g -- Oakland  11  .688  .529  135-120-1 
a -- from Chicago -- in exchange for the Nos. 13 and 22 picks and an undisclosed conditional pick
b -- from N.Y. Jets -- along with the No. 22 pick and an undisclosed conditional pick for the No. 4 pick; originally Washington's pick, it was awarded to the Jets as compensation for signing of WR Laveranues Coles
c -- from Buffalo -- completion of 2003 trade for QB Drew Bledsoe
d -- from Miami -- completion of 2002 trade for RB Ricky Williams
e -- from N.Y. Jets -- along with the No. 13 pick and an undisclosed conditional pick for the No. 4 pick
f -- from Atlanta -- part of 2003 trade for WR Peerless Price
g -- from Tampa Bay -- part of compensation package for signing head coach Jon Gruden
 
No.  Round 2     No.  Round 3 
33.  Cincinnati     65.  Cincinnati 
34.  Detroit     66.  Detroit 
35.  Chicago     67.  Houston 
36.  Houston     68.  Chicago 
37.  Arizona     69.  Dallas 
38.  Dallas     70.  Arizona 
39.  Jacksonville     71.  Minnesota 
40.  Minnesota     72.  Jacksonville 
41.  Baltimore     73.  Seattle 
42.  Seattle     74.  St. Louis 
43.  St. Louis     75.  b -- New England 
44.  Washington     76.  Carolina 
45.  Carolina     77.  Baltimore 
46.  San Diego     78.  c -- Miami 
47.  Kansas City     79.  Buffalo 
48.  Buffalo     80.  San Diego 
49.  Miami     81.  d -- Washington 
50.  New England     82.  Miami 
51.  Denver     83.  * -- Houston 
52.  Cleveland     84.  Cleveland 
53.  N.Y. Jets     85.  N.Y. Jets 
54.  New Orleans     86.  New Orleans 
55.  Atlanta     87.  Denver 
56.  N.Y. Giants     88.  e -- Houston 
57.  San Francisco     89.  San Francisco 
58.  Indianapolis     90.  Indianapolis 
59.  Pittsburgh     91.  N.Y. Giants 
60.  Tennessee     92.  Pittsburgh 
61.  Philadelphia     93.  Tennessee 
62.  a -- Philadelphia     94.  Green Bay 
63.  Oakland     95.  Philadelphia 
64.  Tampa Bay     96.  Oakland 
         97.  Tampa Bay 
a -- from Green Bay -- part of 2003 trade for CB Al Harris and the Eagles' fourth-round pick
b -- from Washington -- part of 2003 trade in which the Patriots and Redskins traded third-round picks. Washington also received a fifth-round pick that New England had acquired from Dallas, and the Patriots picked up a fourth-round pick in the 2004 draft
c -- from New England -- part of 2003 trade in which the Patriots will recieve a second-round pick from Miami in 2004. New England had recieved the pick from New Orleans as part of 2003 trade for S Tebucky Jones. The Saints originally received the pick from Kansas City to complete 2002 trade for T Willie Roaf
d -- from New England -- part of 2003 trade in which the Patriots and Redskins traded third-round picks. Washington also received a fifth-round pick that New England had acquired from Dallas, and the Patriots picked up a fourth-round pick in the 2004 draft
e -- from Atlanta -- completion of 2002 trade in which the Falcons received a 2002 fourth-round pick from the Texans
* -- Compensatory pick.
 
No.  Round 4     No.  Round 5 
98.  Cincinnati     136.  Cincinnati 
99.  Detroit     137.  Detroit 
100.  Chicago     138.  Houston 
101.  Houston     139.  Chicago 
102.  Arizona     140.  f -- N.Y. Jets 
103.  Dallas     141.  Arizona 
104.  Jacksonville     142.  g -- Cleveland 
105.  Minnesota     143.  Jacksonville 
106.  St. Louis     144.  h -- Detroit 
107.  a -- St. Louis     145.  Carolina 
108.  Carolina     146.  Baltimore 
109.  Baltimore     147.  Seattle 
110.  Seattle     148.  St. Louis 
111.  Buffalo     149.  San Diego 
112.  San Diego     150.  Kansas City 
113.  Kansas City     151.  Buffalo 
114.  Denver     152.  Cleveland 
115.  Cleveland     153.  N.Y. Jets 
116.  N.Y. Jets     154.  i -- New England 
117.  * -- Houston     155.  New Orleans 
118.  b -- Cincinnati     156.  Miami 
119.  c -- Carolina     157.  New England 
120.  New England     158.  Denver 
121.  Atlanta     159.  Atlanta 
122.  Indianapolis     160.  N.Y. Giants 
123.  N.Y. Giants     161.  San Francisco 
124.  San Francisco     162.  Indianapolis 
125.  Pittsburgh     163.  Pittsburgh 
126.  Tennessee     164.  Tennessee 
127.  d -- Green Bay     165.  Green Bay 
128.  e -- New England     166.  Philadelphia 
129.  Oakland     167.  Oakland 
130.  Tampa Bay     168.  Tampa Bay 
131.  * -- Philadelphia     169.  * -- Miami 
132.  * -- Jacksonville     170.  * -- St. Louis 
133.  * -- Tampa Bay     171.  * -- Chicago 
134.  * -- Baltimore     172.  * -- St. Louis 
135.  * -- Seattle     173.  * -- Baltimore 
a -- from Washington -- as part of 2003 trade for RB Trung Canidate from the Rams
b -- from New Orleans -- completion of 2002 trade for RB Curtis Keaton
c -- from Miami -- completion of 2002 trade for DE Jay Williams
d -- from Philadelphia -- as part of 2003 trade for CB Al Harris
e -- from Green Bay -- completion of 2002 trade for WR Terry Glenn
f -- from Washington -- compensation for the Redskins signing free-agent RB Chad Morton. Washington had acquired the choice as part of a 2003 deal after the Patriots obtained the choice from Dallas as part of a 2002 trade where New England traded a fifth-round pick in '02 for a seventh-round pick and this fifth-rounder
g -- from Minnesota -- completion of a 2001 trade for DE Stalin Colinet and a seventh-round pick in 2002
h -- from Washington -- completion of 2002 trade for G Brendan Stai
i -- from Houston (compensatory pick) -- completion of 2003 trade for T Greg Robinson
* -- Compensatory pick.
 
No.  Round 6     No.  Round 7 
174.  Cincinnati     215.  Cincinnati 
175.  Detroit     216.  Detroit 
176.  Chicago     217.  Houston 
--  # -- Houston     218.  Chicago 
177.  Arizona     219.  Dallas  
178.  Dallas     220.  Arizona 
179.  Jacksonville     221.  Minnesota 
180.  Minnesota     222.  f -- Seattle 
181.  Carolina     223.  Baltimore  
182.  Baltimore     224.  Seattle 
183.  Seattle     225.  g -- New England 
184.  St. Louis     226.  h -- Miami 
185.  a -- Green Bay     227.  Carolina 
186.  b -- Dallas     228.  Buffalo 
187.  Buffalo     229.  San Diego 
188.  San Diego     230.  Kansas City 
189.  N.Y. Jets     231.  New Orleans 
190.  c -- Minnesota     232.  i -- Washington 
191.  d -- Chicago     233.  * -- Houston 
192.  * -- Houston     234.  New England 
193.  New England     235.  Denver 
194.  Denver     236.  j -- Dallas 
195.  Cleveland     237.  N.Y. Jets 
196.  Atlanta     238.  Atlanta 
197.  San Francisco     239.  k -- New England 
198.  Indianapolis     240.  N.Y. Giants 
199.  N.Y. Giants     241.  San Francisco 
200.  Pittsburgh     242.  Pittsburgh 
201.  Tennessee     243.  Tennessee 
202.  e -- Atlanta     244.  Green Bay 
203.  Green Bay     245.  Philadelphia 
204.  Oakland     246.  Oakland 
205.  Tampa Bay     247.  l -- Miami 
206.  * -- Chicago     248.  * -- Miami 
207.  * -- N.Y. Giants     249.  * -- N.Y. Giants  
208.  * -- Indianapolis     250.  * -- Baltimore 
209.  * -- Miami     251.  * -- St. Louis 
210.  * -- Arizona     252.  * -- Kansas City 
211.  * -- N.Y. Giants     253.  * -- Green Bay 
212.  * -- Green Bay     254.  * -- St. Louis 
213.  * -- Miami     255.  * -- N.Y. Giants 
214.  * -- Houston     256.  * -- Green Bay 
         257.  * -- Green Bay 
         258.  * -- Baltimore 
         259.  * -- Cincinnati 
         260.  * -- Detroit 
         261.  * -- Chicago 
         262.  * -- Houston 
a -- from Washington -- compensation for the Redskins signing free-agent S Matt Bowen
b -- from Kansas City -- completion of 2002 trade where the Chiefs received Dallas' first-round pick for Kansas City's first- and third-round picks and this choice
c -- from New Orleans -- completion of 2003 trade for QB Todd Bouman
d -- from Miami -- completion of 2001 trade for QB Cade McNown
e -- from Philadelphia -- part of 2003 trade for LB Mark Simoneau. Atlanta also will receive a fourth-round pick from the Eagles in the 2004 draft
f -- from Jacksonville -- completion of 2002 trade for CB Ike Charlton
g -- from St. Louis -- completing 2002 trade for T Grant Williams
h -- From Washington -- compensation for the Redskins signing free-agent DT Jermaine Haley
i -- from Miami -- completing 2002 trade for QB Sage Rosenfels
j -- from San Diego -- Chargers received this pick from Cleveland in 2002 when they traded TE Steve Heiden. San Diego traded the choice to Dallas last year for G Kelvin Garmon
k -- from New Orleans -- part of 2003 trade for S Tebucky Jones. The Saints originally received the pick from Indianapolis to complete 2002 trade for RB Ricky Williams
l -- from Tampa Bay -- completing 2002 trade for T Cornell Green
# -- Choice used on OL Milford Brown in 2002 supplemental draft
* -- Compensatory pick
 
FYI
  • On Feb. 20, Baltimore won the tiebreaking coin flip with Seattle. The Ravens will have the 10th pick of Round 1; the Seahawks will pick 11th.

  • Houston's compensatory picks were granted by the NFL as part of the player access plan previously approved by the league. The Texans will receive one extra pick in Rounds 3-5 and two extra picks in Rounds 6-7.

    Houston's first extra pick in each round will be 16 slots below the Texans' original choice in that round. The second extra picks will be at the end of Rounds 6 and 7 (after any other compensatory picks granted by the NFL to other teams.

  • Other teams' Compensatory picks were announced by the league March 24. 
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    Transactions that should not impact the 2003 draft
  • Miami will not receive a seventh-round pick from San Francisco from the 2002 trade of QB Cade McNown because he did not meet the set condition (on the active 49ers regular season roster for a minimum of five games).

  • St. Louis will not receive a seventh round pick from Houston from the March 2002 trade of CB Jacoby Shepherd because he did not meet the set condition (on the active Texans regular season roster for a minimum of three games). 
  •  
    Transaction that may impact the 2003 draft
  • New England may receive a choice from St. Louis for the 2002 trade for LB Kole Ayi. The Patriots reportedly will receive a seventh-round pick in 2004. 
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