The Browns continued to look for defensive line help with their first pick in the third round. The choice: Carl Nassib, who walked on at Penn State and emerged in 2015 with a breakout season.
Right after Thursday night's run on receivers that occurred just before the Cincinnati Bengals made their first-round selection, there were legitimate concerns about whether they would be able to land a player at that position who could contribute fairly quickly.
The Patriots filled a gap in their draft board by moving down from No. 61 and adding picks in the third and fourth rounds.
The Bears increased the offensive line competition by taking Kansas State's Cody Whitehair in the second round.
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With starting cornerbacks Malcolm Butler and Logan Ryan entering the final year of their contracts, the Patriots added a talent in Cyrus Jones.