Sixth-round notes: Dolphins finally get WR

It was a busy sixth round for the AFC East.

Here are the latest picks:

  • The Buffalo Bills selected continue to load up on offensive linemen. They took former Oregon center/guard Mark Asper. The Bills have took two offensive tackles and a center in the draft.

  • The Miami Dolphins finally got a wide receiver: Michigan State’s B.J. Cunningham. I’m surprised it took this long to draft the position, but at least they got someone. Miami needed a starting-caliber player in this draft and Cunningham, a sixth-round pick, probably doesn’t fill that need. Twenty-five wide receivers were taken in this draft before Miami selected Cunningham.

  • The New York Jets saw their first action of Day 3. The Jets selected safety Josh Bush of Wake Forest, tailback Terrance Ganaway of Baylor and guard Robert Griffin of Baylor. Bush was an interesting pick, because of New York's big need at safety. Two of New York's selections in the round were compensation picks.

  • The New England Patriots selected OSU defensive back Nate Ebner to add to their secondary.