The first round of the 2010 NFL Draft took place last night, a time many NFL fans would have been waiting for. While some teams may already have plenty of talent amongst their players, other teams such as the St. Louis Rams, probably need all the help they can get.
Speaking of the St. Louis Rams, they got first pick yesterday and got the exact player they needed when they selected quarterback Sam Bradford. The Lions selected next, and they got Ndamukong Suh, which according to bleacherreport.com, is a big move for the Lions.
The Washington Redskins needed an offensive lineman, and they got one of the best in this year’s draft when they selected Trent Williams. The Oakland Raiders selected Rolando McClain, which is another strong and very good addition to the team.
A minor surprise of the night was the Philadelphia Eagles pick of Brandon Graham, as they could well have had safety Earl Thomas. Another shocking move of last night’s 2010 NFL Draft was quarterback Tim Tebow going to the Broncos, after they passed on Jimmy Clausen.
Friday, April 23, 2010
Posted by news update at 5:53 AM