NFL Mock Draft 2012: Arizona Cardinals Draft Ryan Tannehill -- Two Round Mock

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Nov 19, 2011; College Station, TX, USA; Texas A

Now that we’re well into free agency, the picture is becoming clearer when it comes to team needs leading up to the draft.

This is the part of the offseason where things get really interesting. The maneuvers of the various teams shed light on their plans for the draft, some players go to teams and you think “huh?”.

Now we can start looking deeper into the potential draft picks for all 32 teams. This is the perfect time to start looking at the lower rounds. We have details from the NFL Combine and various college pro days to evaluate but we also have free agency allowing us to see what a team’s top priorities in the draft will be.

Now that we finally have the answers on who will trade up for Robert Griffin III, that part of the puzzle is now locked. Now we can focus on the rest of the draft.

1. Indianapolis Colts
. Andrew Luck
. Quarterback, Stanford

2. Washington Redskins (from St. Louis Rams)
. Robert Griffin III
. Quarterback, Baylor

3. Minnesota Vikings
. Matt Kalil
. Offensive Tackle, USC

4. Cleveland Browns
. Melvin Ingram
. Outside Linebacker, South Carolina

5. Tampa Bay Buccaneers
. Morris Claiborne
. Cornerback, LSU

6. St. Louis Rams (from Washington Redskins)
. Trent Richardson
. Running back, Alabama

7. Jacksonville Jaguars
. Justin Blackmon
. Wide receiver, Oklahoma State

8. Miami Dolphins
. Quinton Coples
. Outside linebacker, North Carolina

9. Carolina Panthers
. Dre Kirkpatrick
. Cornerback, Alabama

10. Buffalo Bills
. Luke Kuechly
. Linebacker, Boston College

11. Kansas City Chiefs
. Dontari Poe
. Nose Tackle, Memphis

12. Seattle Seahawks
. Fletcher Cox
. Defensive tackle, Mississippi State

13. Arizona Cardinals
. Ryan Tannehill
. Quarterback, Texas A&M

14. Dallas Cowboys
. Mark Barron
. Safety, Alabama

15. Philadelphia Eagles
. Dont’a Hightower
. Linebacker, Alabama

16. New York Jets
. Jonathan Martin
. Offensive tackle, Stanford

Picks 17-32 on Page 2.

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