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9-4, 1st in SEC - East

Paul Gutierrez ESPN Staff Writer 

The Raiders' last four offensive linemen drafted have all been in the fourth round or later, including David Sharpe. He was the sixth Florida player taken in this draft, but the first Gators offensive player. Also, the Raiders had the highest cap value on their offensive line last season ($37M) and allowed an NFL-low 18 sacks, per ESPN Stats & Information.

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David Sharpe draft highlights (0:47)

Paul Gutierrez ESPN Staff Writer 

Raiders draft pick David Sharpe says he is not legally blind in his right eye, that he had cataract surgery when he was younger and reports have followed him. Sharpe did say the vision in his right eye was blurry, though it did not affect his on-field play.

Paul Gutierrez ESPN Staff Writer 

The Raiders have selected Florida LT David Sharpe with their fourth-round selection, No. 129 overall. The pick was announced by Nevada governor Brian Sandoval in front of the Welcome to Las Vegas sign. Per NFL Network, the 6-6, 343-pound Sharpe is "almost blind" in his right eye. He blocked for Raiders coach Jack Del Rio's son Luke, the Gators quarterback.

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SEC superlatives: NFL Draft Day 2 (1:49)
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Alabama, LSU, Florida dominate NFL Draft (1:33)
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18 SEC players drafted on Day 2 (2:08)
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Wilson: 'Florida is DBU because we produce' (2:14)

Michael Rothstein ESPN Staff Writer 

Here are the Lions picks so far through the first three rounds of the draft: 1. Jarrad Davis, LB, Florida 2. Jalen "Teez" Tabor, CB, Florida 3. Kenny Golladay, WR, Northern Illinois

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Michael Rothstein ESPN Staff Writer 

Lions GM Bob Quinn said he watched more tape of Teez Tabor than any other prospect he can remember. Helped judge 40 speed vs. game speed.

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Saints take risk with LB Alex Anzalone

The linebacker could be a steal for New Orleans if he is able to stay on the field.

Mike Triplett ESPN Staff Writer 

The Saints flipped back to defense with Florida LB Alex Anzalone at pick No. 76. This is about where he was projected to go – but "projection" is the right word after he battled multiple shoulder injuries and a broken forearm in his career. The 6-3, 241-pounder finished with 75 tackles in 31 games. The Saints have been loading up on linebackers this offseason, so he'll have to earn his role in camp.

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Jets second-round pick Marcus Maye said he's looking forward to forming a new safety tandem with Jamal Adams. "I feel like we'll do great," he told reporters. "He's a competitor, he's a great ballplayer. He has a lot of talent and, being out there with a guy like that, he's just going to make you be great as well." Maye said his broken left arm, which sidelined him for the final four games, was cleared by doctors at the combine re-check.

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