Patriots own Day 2 of the NFL draft

The third Friday in April traditionally is celebrated as Patriots' Day in Massachusetts.

In the NFL, it's the second day of the draft.

The New England Patriots own five selections Friday, three in the second round and two more in the third round.

The San Diego Chargers have two picks in each round. The Kansas City Chiefs and Denver Broncos have three combined. Other than them, no other club has more than two picks scheduled Friday night.

The Miami Dolphins and New York Jets don't own second-round choices because of trades involving Brandon Marshall and Antonio Cromartie, but have picks in the third round.

New England holds the 33rd, 56th, 60th, 74th and 92nd selections and could add more. Their best opportunity to accumulate more draft assets will be the 33rd pick, the leadoff position of the second round. Teams interested in jockeying to the front of the line to swipe a player they desire will be ringing Bill Belichick's line.

The Bills have the 34th and 68th picks.

Unless they make trades, the Dolphins won't be on the clock again until the 79th pick and the Jets won't be until the 94th.