Recap: Complete 2022 NFL Draft Day 2 results
Follow along with live updates from Detroit News contributor Nolan Bianchi as Round 2 of the NFL Draft gets underway on Friday, live from Las Vegas at 7 p.m.
105. San Francisco 49ers — Danny Gray, WR, SMU
104. Los Angeles Rams — Logan Bruss, G, Wisconsin
103. Kansas City Chiefs — Leo Chenal, LB, Wisconsin
102. Miami Dolphins — Channing Tindall, LB, Georgia
101. New York Jets — Jeremy Ruckert, TE, Ohio State
100. Arizona Cardinals — Myjai Sanders, EDGE, Cincinnati
99. Cleveland Browns — David Bell, WR, Purdue
98. Washington Commanders — Brian Robinson, RB, Alabama
97. Detroit Lions — Kerby Joseph, S, Illinois
96. Indianapolis Colts — Nick Cross, S, Maryland
95. Cincinnati Bengals — Zachary Carter, DE, Florida
94. Carolina Panthers — Matt Corral, QB, Ole Miss
93. San Francisco 49ers — Ty Davis-Price, RB, LSU
92. Green Bay Packers — Sean Rhyan, G, UCLA
91. Tampa Bay Buccaneers — Rachaad White, RB, Arizona State
90. Oakland Raiders — Dylan Parham, G, Memphis
89. Buffalo Bills — Terrel Bernhard, LB, Baylor
88. Dallas Cowboys — Jalen Tolbert, WR, South Alabama
87. Arizona Cardinals — Cameron Thomas, DE, San Diego State
86. Tennessee Titans — Malik Willis, QB, Liberty
85. New England Patriots — Marcus Jones, CB, Houston
84. Pittsburgh Steelers — DeMarvin Leal, DT, Texas A&M
83. Philadelphia Eagles — Nakobe Dean, LB, Georgia
82. Atlanta Falcons — DeAngelo Malone, EDGE, Western Kentucky
81. New York Giants — Cordale Flott, CB, LSU
80. Denver Broncos — Greg Dulcich, TE, UCLA
79. Los Angeles Chargers — JT Woods, S, Baylor
78. Cleveland Browns — Alex Wright, DE, UAB
77. Indianapolis Colts — Bernhard Raimann, OT, Central Michigan
76. Baltimore Ravens — Travis Jones, DT, Connecticut
75. Houston Texans — Christian Harris, LB, Alabama
74. Atlanta Falcons — Desmond Ridder, QB Cinc
73. Indianapolis Colts — Jelani Woods, TE, Virginia
72. Seattle Seahawks — Abraham Lucas, OT, Washington State
71. Chicago Bears — Velus Jones Jr., WR, Tennessee
70. Jacksonville Jaguars — Chad Muma, LB, Wyoming
69. Tennessee Titans — Nicholas Petit-Frere, OT, Ohio State
68. Cleveland Browns — Martin Emerson, CB, Mississippi State
67. New York Giants — Joshua Ezeudu, G, North Carolina
66. Minnesota Vikings — Brian Asamoah, LB, Oklahoma
65. Jacksonville Jaguars — Luke Fortner, C, Kentucky
The Broncos make their first pick of this draft, selecting Oklahoma defensive end Nik Bonitto to close out the second round.
The Bills help bolster their offense late in the second round, selecting the brother of Dalvin Cook, Georgia running back James Cook.
The Chiefs get some reinforcement for a division with a handful of dangerous quarterbacks, taking a defensive back for the second time in as many days with Cincinnati's Bryan Cook.
The 49ers get some help on the edge in their first pick of the draft, selecting USC EDGE Drake Jackson late in the second round.
The Bengals trade up from No. 63 to select Nebraska cornerback Cam Taylor-Britt, adding to a defensive backfield that added Michigan safety Dax Hill in the first round.
Some protection for Kirk Cousins is on the way, as the Vikings go with former LSU national champion Ed Ingram.
The Falcons still don't go with a quarterback, selecting linebacker Troy Andersen out of Montana State.
Tampa Bay makes a trade up to grab another Michigan-based player in the last four picks, selecting Central Michigan guard Luke Goedeke.
The Cowboys lost Randy Gregory this past offseason, and begin their quest to replace him in drafting edge rusher Sam Williams out of Ole Miss.
The Cardinals make a bit of a surprising pick here, using their first pick in this draft to take a tight end. The Cardinals already have Zach Ertz and Maxx Williams under contract, now adding Trey McBride to
A local kid goes off the board, and while he probably wished he would have gone off the board sooner, he likely won't be complaining about catching passes from Patrick Mahomes.
The Colts get a new weapon for new quarterback Matt Ryan, selecting a speedy, downfield target in Alec Pierce out of Cincinnati.
The Steelers get one of the biggest steals this draft in Georgia wide receiver George Pickens, who fell down draft boards due to some character concerns after violating team rules at Georgia.
One day after getting Georgia's Jordan Davis to anchor the middle of their defensive line, the Eagles get someone who will be lining up across from him in practice in Nebraska center Cam Jurgens.
The Patriots trade up with the Chiefs to take a wide receiver in Baylor's Tyquan Hamilton. New England, historically, has struggled to find good receivers in the draft and they're hoping to buck that trend here with another reach.
The Saints are thin at the cornerback position, and they remedy that by selecting Alontae Taylor out of Tennessee.
The Bears take another defensive back with their second pick of the draft — instead of a wide receiver — and go with Jaquan Brisker out of Penn State.
With monsters Chase Young and Montez Sweat on the outside, the Commanders add some beef to the interior of their defensive line in Alabama's Phidarian Mathis.
The Lions don't go with Malik Willis or Nakobe Dean, opting instead for Kentucky defensive end Josh Paschal. Paschal finished first-team All-SEC and becomes the second defensive lineman taken by the Lions in this draft.
Michigan's David Ojabo is off the board. Ojabo was projected as a first-round talent, but fell to the Ravens at No. 45 due to him suffering an ACL tear during his pro day.
44. Houston Texans — John Metchie, WR, Alabama
With Cleveland on the clock for its first pick of the draft, they make a deal with Houston. The Texans walk away with Alabama wide receiver John Metchie, who should help give Houston some idea of what Davis Mills can do at quarterback.
43. New York Giants — Wandale Robinson, WR, Kentucky
With just three picks before the Lions' next selection, the Giants take Kentucky receiver Wandale Robinson off the board. Malik Willis and Nakobe Dean are still available.
42. Minnesota Vikings — CB Andrew Booth, CB,
Minnesota finally makes a trade up, getting pick No. 42 from the Colts. With the pick, the Vikings add to the defensive backfield after taking Lewis Cine a day ago, selecting Clemson cornerback Andrew Booth.
41. Seattle Seahawks — Kenneth Walker III, RB, Michigan State
The Seahawks bypass a quarterback again, as someone finally calls Kenneth Walker III's name. Walker goes to a franchise that is notorious for churning out running backs in recent history, and should fit right in.
40. Seattle Seahawks — Boya Mofe, ED, Minnesota
Seattle has two straight picks, and with the first one, they don't draft Russell Wilson's replacement. They instead go with an edge rusher in Boya Mofe to kick off their second round.
39. Chicago Bears — Kyler Gordon, CB, Washington
Instead of getting some help for quarterback Justin Fields with their first pick of the draft, the Bears go defense and select cornerback Kyler Gordon out of Washington.
38. Atlanta Falcons — Arnold Ebikete, DE, Penn State
With Malik Willis sitting right there as the answer to their glaring hole at quarterback, the Falcons instead go defense, taking Arnold Ebikete out of Penn State.
37. Houston Texans — Jalen Pitre, S, Baylor
One round after taking a cornerback with the No. 3 pick, the Texans go out and get some more help in the defensive backfield by taking Jalen Pitre out of Baylor.
36. New York Jets — Breece Hall, RB, Iowa State
The first running back in this draft has now gone off the board, and it's not Kenneth Walker III. The Jets trade up with the Giants to take Breece Hall.
35. Tennessee Titans — Roger McCreary, CB, Auburn
The Titans get some good value to kick off the second round in McCreary, who finished 2021 as a first-team All-SEC selection.
34. Green Bay Packers — Christian Watson, WR, North Dakota
The pick that the Vikings received from Detroit in yesterday's Jameson Williams trade has been dealt to the Packers. Minnesota loving themselves some inter-division dealing here — and it's another seemingly lopsided one.
Green Bay makes their pick immediately, finally getting a wide receiver for Aaron Rodgers in North Dakota State's Christian Watson.
33. Tampa Bay Buccaneers — Logan Hall, DE, Houston
The Buccanneers are light on the defensive end, particularly the right side, and fill that hole immediately with the selection of Hall.
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The Lions entered the draft with three picks in the second and third rounds, but that dipped to two after they orchestrated a trade on opening night, moving up 20 spots to grab wide receiver Jameson Williams with the No. 12 overall selection.
Detroit has picks 46 and 97 tonight. Each team has seven minutes to make a selection so, barring another trade up in the draft, the Lions should be selecting around 8:30 p.m. with 13 teams ahead of them in the second round.
Rounds 2 and 3: 7 p.m. Friday
Rounds 4-7: Noon Saturday
Where: Las Vegas
How to watch: ABC, ESPN, NFL Network.
Round 2 draft order
(33) Tampa Bay Buccaneers
(34) Minnesota Vikings
(35) Tennessee Titans
(36) New York Giants
(37) Houston Texans
(38) New York Jets
(39) Chicago Bears
(40) Seattle Seahawks
(41) Seattle Seahawks
(42) Indianapolis Colts
(43) Atlanta Falcons
(44) Cleveland Browns
(45) Baltimore Ravens
(46) Detroit Lions
(47) Washington Commanders
(48) Chicago Bears
(49) New Orleans Saints
(50) Kansas City Chiefs
(51) Philadelphia Eagles
(52) Pittsburgh Steelers
(53) Green Bay Packers
(54) New England Patriots
(55) Arizona Cardinals
(56) Dallas Cowboys
(57) Buffalo Bills
(58) Atlanta Falcons
(59) Green Bay Packers
(60) Tampa Bay Buccaneers
(61) San Francisco 49ers
(62) Kanas City Chiefs
(63) Cincinnati Bengals
(64) Denver Broncos
(65) Jacksonville Jaguars
(66) Minnesota Vikings
(67) New York Giants
(68) Houston Texans
(69) Tennessee Titans
(70) Jacksonville Jaguars
(71) Chicago Bears
(72) Seattle Seahawks
(73) Indianapolis Colts
(74) Atlanta Falcons
(75) Denver Broncos
(76) Baltimore Ravens
(77) Minnesota Vikings
(78) Cleveland Browns
(79) Los Angeles Chargers
(80) Houston Texans
(81) New York Giants
(82) Atlanta Falcons
(83) Philadelphia Eagles
(84) Pittsburgh Steelers
(85) New England Patriots
(86) Las Vegas Raiders
(87) Arizona Cardinals
(88) Dallas Cowboys
(89) Buffalo Bills
(90) Tennessee Titans
(91) Tampa Bay Buccaneers
(92) Green Bay Packers
(93) San Francisco 49ers
(94) New England Patriots
(95) Cincinnati Bengals
(96) Denver Broncos
(97) Detroit Lions
(98) Washington Commanders
(99) Cleveland Browns
(100) Arizona Cardinals
(101) New York Jets
(102) Miami Dolphins
(103) Kansas City Chiefs
(104) Los Angeles Rams
(105) San Francisco 49ers