Round 6, Pick 14
• Round 1: Thursday, April 27, 8 p.m. ET • Rounds 2-3: Friday, April 28, 7 p.m. ET • Rounds 4-7: Saturday, April 29, Noon ET Location: Philadelphia Art Museum Steps
Check out Mel Kiper's final rankings of the best prospects in the 2017 draft. They go much deeper than his usual 25. This one goes to 300.
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The Jaguars used their fourth-round pick on Oklahoma WR Dede Westbrook, who has had multiple police incidents since 2012.
Michigan TE Jake Butt will receive $543,000 from a loss-of-value policy after he was passed over in the fourth round and selected to start Round 5 by the Broncos.
Defensive backs that come off the board in the sixth and seventh rounds will have to earn a job on special teams units to make a final roster. This is the time of the draft when NFL teams can find core special teams players to contribute on the four core units.
Adam Teicher breaks down the Kansas City Chiefs' 2017 draft class.
Bill O'Brien said that although Tom Savage is the starting quarterback, Deshaun Watson will compete as well.
The Dolphins selected Oklahoma State defensive tackle Vincent Taylor in the sixth round. This pick was acquired earlier Saturday in a swap with the Eagles. Taylor will compete for a roster spot in training camp and attempt to provide depth at a thin position.
The Bills select Boise State LB Tanner Vallejo with their final pick, No. 195. Like LB Matt Milano in the fifth round, Vallejo will likely contribute on special teams while also competing for a role on defense. The 6-foot-1, 228 pound linebacker was an all-Mountain West honorable mention last season.
As moves are made, we'll keep a complete list of every deal.
The Panthers selected defensive end Alex Armah out of West Georgia in the sixth round, pick No. 192. You might have to google this one. He was a two-way player at tight end and defensive end, but is listed as a fullback. This draft has been all about versatility for Carolina. It continues.
After making the final pick in the 2017 NFL draft, Ravens general manager Ozzie Newsome declared: "No doubt in my mind we have improved this football team."
The Cowboys have traded up to take La. Tech safety Xavier Woods with the 191st pick overall after giving up next year's fifth rounder to the New York Jets. Woods, who is the third defensive back the Cowboys have selected in five picks, had 14 career interceptions and 32 pass deflections.
With their first pick in the sixth round, the Jets selected RB Elijah McGuire of Louisiana-Lafayette. They wanted come out of the draft with another back because depth is an issue beyond Bilal Powell and Matt Forte. He ran for 1,168 yards and seven touchdowns last season. He can catch a little bit and he has return ability. He had a foot injury that bears watching.
Chargers take another offensive lineman, Utah LT Sam Tevi. That's three offensive lineman in this year's draft, an area the Chargers definitely needed to upgrade.
With the fifth pick of the sixth round, the Rams took Tanzel Smart, a defensive tackle from Tulane. He's a 6-1, 296-pound three-technique. Quick and disruptive, though a little undersized. Depth for Rams' defensive line.
Saints are finally closing in their only pick of the day -- No. 196 in Round 6. It's almost impossible to project a specific need at this stage of the draft. But the most intriguing picks they could make are a quarterback (Miami's Brad Kaaya or Ole Miss' Chad Kelly?) or an LSU player for just the second time in 13 years (WR Malachi Dupre or WR Travin Dural?)
With the 187th pick (sixth round), the Seahawks have selected Cincinnati safety Mike Tyson. Tyson started 23 games for the Bearcats, seeing action at safety, corner and nickel. He had five interceptions last year and seven during his career. Tyson is the fourth defensive back and third safety that the Seahawks have selected. He may have to prove himself on special teams to earn a roster spot.
It's easy to sum up the 2017 draft for the Ravens: defense and offensive line. Baltimore selected five defensive players and two offensive linemen. The biggest question mark on the Ravens is at wide receiver. Only two receivers currently on the roster (Mike Wallace and Breshad Perriman) had double-digit catches last season.
Marquel Lee is the first player from Wake Forest drafted since CB Kevin Johnson went 16th overall in 2015. Plus, the Raiders have drafted five linebackers since selecting OLB/DE Khalil Mack at No. 5 in 2014, with all five coming in the fifth or sixth round, per ESPN Stats & Information.
Rams will be on the clock again soon. They have 6-5-189, 6-22-206 and 7-16-234 remaining. They'll probably go best player available, but they could use a center and more depth in their secondary.
Just how versatile is new Cardinals running back T.J. Logan, who they drafted out of North Carolina with their second pick of the fifth round? He rushed for 650 yards and seven touchdowns on 120 carries last season. He caught 29 passes for 244 yards and three touchdowns. He returned 21 kickoffs for 690 yards and two touchdowns. And he led the Tar Heels with 1,584 all-purpose yards, which was an average of 121.8 yards per game.
Two streaks ended for the Ravens in 2017 draft. This marked the first time since 2001 (only only second time in team history) that the Ravens didn't make a trade in a draft. It's also the first time since 2009 that Baltimore didn't select a wide receiver.
The Browns took Florida defensive tackle Caleb Brantley in the sixth round. Brantley has a pending misdemeanor battery charge after he was accused of hitting a woman in a Gainesville, Fla., bar April 13. Brantley declined a settlement offer earlier this week, according to reports from Florida.
With their final pick of the 2017 draft, the Ravens select Virginia Tech safety Chuck Clark in the sixth round. He's a physical, three-year starter in college who projects to be a special teams player in the NFL. Baltimore needed to add depth at safety behind Eric Weddle and Tony Jefferson.
Marquel Lee said the Raiders approached him at the combine after he put up 25 reps in the 225-pound bench press. A foot injury kept him from running at the combine, though he clocked a 4.69/4.70 time in the 40 at his pro day.
The Eagles close out the fifth round by selecting Nebraska safety Nathan Gerry. With good ball skills and instincts, Gerry had 13 career interceptions during his time at Nebraska.
Tarik Cohen became a YouTube sensation when video surfaced of him catching a football and doing a backflip simultaneously.
Joshua Dobbs anticipated that Pittsburgh would be the team that drafted him, and he's excited to come with a player who was once his college roommate.
Adam Schefter breaks down what Buffalo liked from Pittsburgh QB Nathan Peterman to draft him in the fifth round and how the team has another decision to make about Tyrod Taylor's future with the franchise.
Chicago Bears general manager Ryan Pace followed up Thursday's surprise choice of QB Mitchell Trubisky, who started 13 games at North Carolina, by drafting Ashland University TE Adam Shaheen.
Cornerback Desmond King has the ability to play multiple positions and says "the more versatile you are, the more value you can bring to a team."
When the Packers took Vince Biegel with the first pick of the fourth round Saturday, he said it meant he was realizing "every Wisconsin kid's dream."