Draft Order NFL: 219. New England Patriots (from Cleveland Browns): 0-16, 220. Pittsburgh Steelers (from New York Giants): 3-13, 221. Indianapolis Colts: 4-12, 222. Houston Texans: 4-12, 223. San Francisco 49ers (from Tampa Bay Buccaneers): 5-11, 224. Chicago Bears: 5-11, 225. Minnesota Vikings (from Denver Broncos): 5-11, 226. Seattle Seahawks (from New York Jets): 5-11, 227. Miami Dolphins (from San Francisco 49ers): 6-10, 228. Oakland Raiders: 6-10, 229. Miami Dolphins: 6-10, 230. Jacksonville Jaguars (from Cincinnati Bengals): 7-9, 231. Washington Redskins: 7-9, 232. Green Bay Packers: 7-9, 233. Kansas City Chiefs (from Arizona Cardinals): 8-8, 234. Carolina Panthers (from Los Angeles Chargers): 9-7, 235. New York Jets (from Seattle Seahawks): 9-7, 236. Dallas Cowboys: 9-7, 237. Detroit Lions: 9-7, 238. Arizona Cardinals (from Baltimore Ravens): 9-7, 239. Green Bay Packers (from Buffalo Bills): 9-7, 240. San Francisco 49ers (from Kansas City Chiefs): 10-6, 241. Washington Redskins (from Los Angeles Rams): 11-5, 242. Carolina Panthers: 11-5, 243. Kansas City Chiefs (from Tennessee Titans): 9-7, 244. Atlanta Falcons: 10-6, 245. New Orleans Saints: 11-5, 246. Pittsburgh Steelers: 13-3, 247. Jacksonville Jaguars: 10-6, 248. Seattle Seahawks (from Minnesota Vikings): 13-3, 249. Cincinnati Bengals (from New England Patriots): 13-3, 250. Seattle Seahawks (from Philadelphia Eagles): 13-3, 251. Los Angeles Chargers (Compensation Pick): 9-7, 252. Cincinnati Bengals: (Compensation Pick), 253. Cincinnati Bengals: (Compensation Pick), 254. Arizona Cardinals: (Compensation Pick), 255. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: (Compensation Pick), 256. Atlanta Falcons: (Compensation Pick)

Tony Mario's 2018 NFL Mock Draft: 7 Rounds

Round 7

Tony Mario Last Updated: April 25, 2018.

  1. New England Patriots: Toby Weathersby, RT, LSU

    New England gets a right tackle for depth to push Tobin for a roster spot. Toby Weathersby may be worth a flyer here in the seventh round.

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  2. Pittsburgh Steelers: Cam Phillips, WR, Virginia Tech

    The Steelers add Cam Phillips for depth. One more receiving weapon for Big Ben this late in the draft wouldn't hurt.

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  3. Indianapolis Colts: Troy Apke, FS, Penn State

    Indianapolis gets another safety late in the draft. Troy Apke is fast and can be used on special teams too.

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  4. Houston Texans: Foley Fatukasi, 3-4 RE, Connecticut

    Houston gets a backup in the 5-technique in case J.J. Watt gets injured again. Foley Fatukasi is a great late round pick here.

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  5. San Francisco 49ers: Aikeem Coleman, RE, Idaho

    San Francisco gets a defensive end. Aikeem Coleman is a 6-3 275 lbs. Coleman had 14 tackles for a loss and 7 sacks in 2017. Chris thinks Coleman would be a good depth player here. I'll go one further and say he's the suprise player in the seventh round that ends up starting some point as a rookie and doing really well next to Solomon Thomas.

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  6. Chicago Bears: Genard Avery, 3-4 MLB, Memphis

    Chicago selects another 3-4 middle linebacker late in the draft. Genard Avery is a great bargain at this point in the seventh round.

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  7. Minnesota Vikings: Tre Flowers, SS, Oklahoma State

    Minnesota gets a strong safety for depth here. Tre Flowers can push Minnesota's current strong safety and Jayron Kearse the backup for a roster spot.

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  8. Seattle Seahawks: Riley Fertguson, QB, Memphis

    The Seahawks get Russell Wilson a backup here. Riley Ferguson was the last quarterback to throw an incompletion at the 2018 NFL Combine. He wll get drafted at some point on day 3 in the sixth or seventh round.

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  9. Miami Dolphins: Chucky Williams, FS, Louisville

    Miami gets a safety for depth. Chucky Williams can play nickel cornerback or free safety. Miami gets him as a backup here.

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  10. Oakland Raiders: Johnny Townsend, P, Florida

    The Oakland Raiders get a punter here since they are the only NFL team without a punter on their active roster. Johnny Townsend out of Florida is my top ranked punter.

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  11. Miami Dolphins: Eddy Pineiro, K, Florida

    Miami grabs another in state player to wrap up their draft. Florida kicker Eddy Pinheiro would fix the Dolphins woes at kicker.

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  12. Jacksonville Jaguars: Christian Sam, MLB, Arizona State

    Christian Sam gives Jacksonville linebacker depth here. Sam seems like he's going to get picked at some point in the late rounds.

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  13. Washington Redskins: Brian Allen, LG, Michigan State

    Washington moves Brian Allen back to the position he played at Michigan State when his older brother Jack Allen was there in left guard. Washington already drafted Mason Cole so in tis scenario Allen gets drafted as a left guard.

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  14. Green Bay Packers: Zachary Crabtree, RT, Oklahoma State

    The Packers take the best player on my board. The Packers are already loaded at offensive tackle so there is a chance Crabtree isn't on thier opening day roster.

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  15. Kansas City Chiefs: Devron Davis, CB, UTSA

    Kansas City gets a second cornerback for depth here. Devron Davis is a nice addition here in the seventh round.

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  16. Carolina Panthers: Brad Lunblade, C, Oklahoma State

    The Panthers draft a center for depth late in the draft. Brad Lunblade out of Oklahoma State gave Mason Rudolph a lot of time in the pocket.

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  17. New York Jets: Maea Teuhema, RG, Southeastern Louisiana

    Teuhema played left guard and right guard at LSU before being kicked off campus, but made the switch to left tackle at Southeastern Louisiana. He projects as a guard in the NFL though and the Jets take him for depth here.

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  18. Dallas Cowboys: Heath Harding, CB, Miami Ohio

    Dallas grabs the top player on the board for depth. Heath Harding is still one of my favorite players to watch on tape even after his bad 2017 campaign.

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  19. Detroit Lions: Cole Reyes, SS, North Dakota

    Detroit gets a safety for depth. I really like Cole Reyes for depth here late in the seventh round.

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  20. Arizona Cardinals: Bradley Bozeman, C, Alabama

    Arizona grabs a center here in the seventh round. Bradley Bozeman provides great depth at center behind A.Q. Shipley.

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  21. Green Bay Packers: Justin Watson, WR, Penn

    Green Bay gets a wide receiver for depth here. Justin Watson was the only big target with a good 40-time. The thing is that 40-time came at Penn's Pro Day not the 2018 NFL Combine.

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  22. San Francisco 49ers: Rashard Fant, CB, Indiana

    The 49ers get a cornerback here at 240. Rashard Fant has much better tape then he gets credit for.

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  23. Washington Redskins: Auggie Sanchez, 3-4 MLB, South Florida

    The Redskins get my top player on the board to wrap up the seventh round. Auggie Sanchez has great tape and can be a serviceable depth player in the nations capital.

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  24. Carolina Panthers: Tremon Smith, CB, Central Arkansas

    Carolina gets a cornerback for depth here. Tremon Smith is one of these sleeper cornerbacks that isn't getting talked about enough.

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  25. Kansas City Chiefs: Devin Abraham, SS, South Florida

    Kansas City takes a safety for depth here. Devin Abraham is the top safety on the board.

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  26. Atlanta Falcons: Darius Williams, CB, UAB

    Atlanta adds a cornerback for depth here. Darius Williams is another under the radar cornerback that could be a sleeper to get picked in the seventh round.

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  27. New Orleans Saints: Marcus Epps, SS, Wyoming

    The Saints get a safety for depth here. Marcus Epps could be a late round pick and possibly the only prospect on Wyoming with a draftable grade besides their highly touted quarterback Josh Allen.

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  28. Pittsburgh Steelers: Quinton Flowers, QB, South Florida

    Pittsburgh brings in Quinton Flowers to compete with Landry Jones and Josh Dobbs for a roster spot. I'm not sure if any of those three can be Roethlisberger's successor, but in this scenario this is the best route for the Steelers to take.

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  29. Jacksonville Jaguars: K.J. Malone, RT, LSU

    Jacksonville gets an offensive tackle depth. Karl Malone's son K.J. Malone may be an intriguing project player for the Jaguars to develop late here.

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  30. Seattle Seahawks: Cole Madison, RT, Washington State

    Seattle grabs a right tackle here with this pick. Competition for Ifedi at right tackle is needed.

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  31. Cincinnati Bengals: Will Dissly, TE, Washington

    The Bengals get a tight end here. Will Dissly gets picked here. Dissly had the highest wonderlic score among tight ends with 30.

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  32. Seattle Seahawks: Devonte Boyd, WR, UNLV

    Seattle gets Devonte Boyd for depth here. I really believe he's a top 250 player in this draft despite the lack of exposure by most in the media.

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  33. Los Angeles Chargers: Daniel Carlsson, K, Auburn

    Los Angeles got this compensation pick at 251 thanks to Manti Te'o signing with New Orleans. The Chargers bring in a kicker for competition. This team used five kickers last year.

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  34. Cincinnati Bengals: Darren Carrington II, WR, Utah

    Cincinnati got this compensation pick at 252 thanks to Margus Hunt singing with Indianapolis. Darren Carrington has enough talent to beat out last years first round pick John Ross for a receiver spot.

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  35. Cincinnati Bengals: Ito Smith, RB, Southern Mississippi

    Cincinnati got this compensation pick at 253 thanks to Karlos Dansby singing with Arizona. Ito Smith would be an awesome depth player for the Bengals to bring in.

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  36. Arizona Cardinals: James King, 3-4 LE, Shepherd

    Arizona got this compensation pick at 254 thanks to Alex Okafor signing with New Orleans. Arizona gets a 5-technique player for depth. The 6-2 304 lb James King can play 3-4 right end, 3-4 left end, or 4-3 defensive tackle with his versatility.

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  37. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Bruce Hector, DT, South Florida

    Tampa Bay got this compensation pick at 255 thanks to Bradley McDougald signing with Chicago. The Buccaneers lost both starting defensive tackle Chris Baker and backup defensive tackle Clinton McDonald. They still got Gerald McCoy, but nobody really next to McCoy that can step up. Bruce Hector a local who plays in Raymond James Stadium at South Florida is the pick here.

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  38. Atlanta Falcons: Tanner Lee, QB, Nebraska

    Atlanta got this compensation pick at 256 thanks to Tom Compton signing with Minnesota. Atlanta gets Matt Ryan's backup with this Mr. Irrelevant pick.

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