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 There were (17) DE's Drafted in 2008
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Rams 2019 Draft History
1 2 2  Chris Long DE Virginia
 Draft Scout Says: The Rams ultimately decided on Long over Glenn Dorsey and Vernon Gholston because in Long, the team received the best combination of immediate impact potential, team need and, most important (considering the financial ramifications of a top two pick), safety. With the Rams generating only 5.5 sacks from their ends last season, they made the right choice.
Jets 2019 Draft History
1 6 6  *Vernon Gholston DE Ohio State
 Draft Scout Says: The addition of free agent Calvin Pace was certain to help the Jets' pass rush. In pairing him with the explosive Gholston, the Jets are taking a page from their cross-town counter-part, Giants and looking to attack their rival Patriots (and every other team in the league) by attacking the quarterback.
Jags 2019 Draft History
1 8 8  *Derrick Harvey DE Florida (From Ravens)
 Draft Scout Says: Like the Saints a pick earlier, the Jaguars aggressively traded up to fill their area of greatest need with Harvey. Harvey, 6-5, 270 pounds has rare burst off the snap to complement the size the Jaguars have inside already. The trade could prove just as helpful for the Ravens. Not only do they acquire the extra picks needed to makeover this franchise in new head coach John Harbaugh's vision, the Ravens are in position to add a quarterback at a point of value in the late first round.
Seahawks 2019 Draft History
1 28 28  Lawrence Jackson DE Southern Cal (From Cowboys)
 Draft Scout Says: In trading down and acquiring two second day picks, the Seahawks still were able to add one of the players they targeted initially in Jackson. While Jackson does not have elite burst off the edge, he is a strong run defender and plays with tenacity and technique. For a team as concerned with durability and character as the Seahawks, Jackson -- a four year starter at USC, who didn't need to play at the Senior Bowl, but did anyway -- makes a lot of sense.
Dolphins 2019 Draft History
2 1 32  *Phillip Merling DE Clemson
 Draft Scout Says: Concerns about Merling's recovery from a sports hernia surgery dropped the talented ACC pass rusher out of the first round. With the first pick of the second round, however, the Dolphins added a big, physical defensive lineman that projects nicely outside to end in the 3-4 alignment.
Cardinals 2019 Draft History
2 19 50  *Calais Campbell DE Miami
 Draft Scout Says: If teams focused their film study of Calais Campbell on his sophomore season, he may have been a top 20 selection. In struggling with consistency throughout last season, however, the 6-8, 290 pound Campbell fell into Arizona's lap here. With his talent and size, the Cardinals could be the ones with the last laugh.
Titans 2019 Draft History
2 23 54  Jason Jones DE Eastern Michigan
 Draft Scout Says: The free agent losses of defensive ends Travis LaBoy and Antwan Odom made pass rusher an area of huge need for the Titans. Jones, a versatile defender capable of helping at end and tackle, helped himself with a solid performance against the nation's elite at the Senior Bowl.
Bills 2019 Draft History
3 9 72  Chris Ellis DE Virginia Tech (Bills acquired pick and 3rd- and 7th-round picks in 2007 draft from Ravens for RB Willis McGahee, March 8, 2007. Jaguars acquired pick and 5th-round pick in 2008 draft from Bills for DT Marcus Stroud, March 1, 2008.)
 Draft Scout Says: Possessing more burst off the snap than the Bills' incumbent rotation at defensive end, Ellis has the natural athleticism to rank as one of the steals of the draft. He'll need to play with more consistency and effort to take advantage of his tools, but has undeniable upside.
Packers 2019 Draft History
4 3 102  Jeremy Thompson DE Wake Forest (From Jets)
 Draft Scout Says: Thompson's a great find in the fourth round for a team like Green Bay in need of depth at defensive end. A relentless rusher and strong at the point, he should see plenty of time in the rotation this season behind KGB.
Titans 2019 Draft History
4 4 103  William Hayes DE Winston-Salem State (From Falcons)
 Draft Scout Says: William Hayes will hear a lot of "who?"...but fans will soon learn his name. A stud at small Winston-Salem State with 19 tackles for loss in 2007, he'll get every chance to work as a pass-rushing defensive end or outside linebacker for the Titans.
Cardinals 2019 Draft History
4 17 116  Kenny Iwebema DE Iowa
Raiders 2019 Draft History
6 3 169  Trevor Scott DE Buffalo
Cardinals 2019 Draft History
6 19 185  Chris Harrington DE Texas A&M
Giants 2019 Draft History
6 33 199  Robert Henderson DE Southern Miss (Compensatory)
Bears 2019 Draft History
7 1 208  Ervin Baldwin DE Michigan State (From Dolphins)
Browns 2019 Draft History
7 24 231  Alex Hall DE St Augustine
Football Team 2019 Draft History
7 35 242  Rob Jackson DE Kansas State (Compensatory)









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