NFL Draft 2011: Updated Second and Third Round Draft Order

Day two is on for the 2011 NFL Draft! Today, the Saints will only be utilizing their two 3rd round picks (the 72nd and the 88th overall picks) after using this years 2nd round pick to trade up to snag Mark Ingram with the 28th overall pick last night. So don't expect to hear the Saints called for a while unless they trade up again, but the Saints are running out of picks to trade with; so again, very unlikely.

The draft is scheduled to restart at  5:00pm CT and teams will have 7 minutes to pick in the 2nd round and 5 minutes in the 3rd round. So the Saints may not be on the board until about 7:00pm CT. Until then, feel free to stick around here and judge the other teams drafts and watch as the Patriots use their 1 billion draft picks.

Draft order for the full second and third rounds are after the jump. I went through and made relevant picks to the Saints in bold.

2nd Round

Pk (OVR) Team
1 (33) New England Patriots (from Panthers)
2 (34) Buffalo Bills
3 (35) Cincinnati Bengals
4 (36) Denver Broncos
5 (37) Cleveland Browns
6 (38) Arizona Cardinals
7 (39) Tennessee Titans
8 (40) Dallas Cowboys
9 (41) Washington Redskins
10 (42) Houston Texans
11 (43) Minnesota Vikings
12 (44) Detroit Lions
13 (45) San Francisco 49ers
14 (46) Denver Broncos (from Dolphins)
15 (47) St. Louis Rams
16 (48) Oakland Raiders
17 (49) Washington Redskins (from Jaguars)
18 (50) San Diego Chargers
19 (51) Tampa Bay Buccaneers
20 (52) New York Giants
21 (53) Indianapolis Colts
22 (54) Philadelphia Eagles
23 (55) Kansas City Chiefs
24 (56) New England Patriots (from Saints)
25 (57) Seattle Seahawks
26 (58) Baltimore Ravens
27 (59) Cleveland Browns (from Falcons)
28 (60) New England Patriots
29 (61) San Diego Chargers (from NYJ)
30 (62) Chicago Bears
31 (63) Pittsburgh Steelers
32 (64) Green Bay Packers


3rd Round

Pk (OVR) Team
1 (65) Carolina Panthers
2 (66) Cincinnati Bengals
3 (67) Denver Broncos
4 (68) Buffalo Bills
5 (69) Arizona Cardinals
6 (70) Kansas City Chiefs (from Browns)
7 (71) Dallas Cowboys
8 (72) New Orleans Saints (from Redskins)
9 (73) Houston Texans
10 (74) New England Patriots (from Vikings)
11 (75) Detroit Lions
12 (76) San Francisco 49ers
13 (77) Tennessee Titans
14 (78) St. Louis Rams
15 (79) Miami Dolphins
16 (80) Jacksonville Jaguars
17 (81) Oakland Raiders
18 (82) San Diego Chargers
19 (83) New York Giants
20 (84) Tampa Bay Buccaneers
21 (85) Philadelphia Eagles
22 (86) Kansas City Chiefs
23 (87) Indianapolis Colts
24 (88) New Orleans Saints
25 (89) San Diego Chargers (from Seattle)
26 (90) Baltimore Ravens
27 (91) Atlanta Falcons
28 (92) New England Patriots
29 (93) Chicago Bears
30 (94) New York Jets
31 (95) Pittsburgh Steelers
32 (96) Green Bay Packers
Compensatory Pick Carolina Panthers



Canal Street Chronicles will be having a live open thread for rounds two and three of the draft starting at 5 pm CT as well as plenty of post-draft coverage. 

The second and third rounds of the 2011 NFL Draft start at 5 p.m. (CT) on Friday, April 29th and SB Nation has everything you need to prepare for it - NFL mock drafts, draft projections, scouting reports, the full NFL draft schedule and more. Check it all out at SB Nation's NFL Hub and our NFL Draft blog Mocking the Draft.

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