2012 NFL Mock Draft with trades 2nd Round, 4/18

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33. St. Louis Rams-WR Mohamed Sanu, Rutgers

34. Indianapolis Colts-G Amini Silatolu, Midwestern State

35. Minnesota Vikings- CB Alfonzo Dennard, Nebraska

36. Tampa bay Buccaneers- OLB Zach Brown, UNC

37. Cleveland Browns- RB Doug Martin, Boise State

38. New York Giants (via Jacksonville)- CB Janoris Jenkins, North Alabama

39. San Diego Chargers (via St. Louis from Washington)-OLB Andre Branch, Clemson (Chargers trade 49th and 3rd round pick)

40. Carolina Panthers- CB Jayron Hosley, Virginia Tech

41. Buffalo Bills- CB Josh Robinson, UCF

42. Miami Dolphins- DT Devon Still, Penn State

43. Seattle Seahawks- OLB Lavonte David, Nebraska

44. Cleveland Browns (via Kansas City)- G Kevin Zeitler, Wisconsin

45. Dallas Cowboys- NT Alameda Ta’amu, Washington

46. Philadelphia Eagles- DT Brandon Thompson, Clemson

47. New York Jets- RB David Wilson, Virginia Tech

48. Houston Texans (via New England from Oakland)- SS Harrison Smith, Notre Dame (Texans trade 58th pick, plus 4th and 6th rounders)

49. St. Louis Rams (via San Diego)- DT Kendall Reyes, UConn

50. New York Giants (via Chicago Bears)-TE Dwayne Allen, Clemson (Giants trade 63rd pick and their 3rd rounder)

51. Miami Dolphins (via Philadelphia from Arizona)- WR Alshon Jeffery, South Carolina

52. Tennessee Titans- OLB/DE Shea McCellin, Boise State

53. Cincinnati Bengals- RB Lamar Miller, Miami

54. Detroit Lions- CB Brandon Boykin, Georgia

55. Atlanta Falcons- TE Orson Charles, Georgia

56. Pittsburgh Steelers- G/T Kelechi Osemele, Iowa State

57. Denver Broncos-C Ben Jones, Georgia

58. New England Patriots (via Houston)- DE/OLB Vinny Curry, Marshall

 New Orleans Saints- No Pick

59. Minnesota Vikings (via Green Bay Packers)- WR Brian Quick, App. State (Vikings give up 3rd and 5th round picks)

60. Baltimore Ravens- DE/DT Jerel Worthy, Michigan State

61. San Francisco 49ers- WR Chris Givens, Wake Forrest

62. Cleveland Browns (via New England)- OT Bobbie Massie, Ole Miss

63. Chicago Bears (via New York Giants)- CB Trumaine Johnson, Montana

A. St. Louis-San Diego: The Rams get to move down 10 picks and for their trouble they pick up an extra 3rd rounder. With so many needs and such a deep draft the Rams can afford to move back and stockpile picks. On the flip side the Chargers need to make a serious playoff run this year, otherwise you can expect new management in San Diego next year. The Chargers jump up and land a pretty talented pass rusher. One who is hopefully enough of an answer to Peyton Manning.

B. Patriots-Houston: The Pats moved up in the first round, but can afford to move back here. They still land a pretty talented pass rusher, while at the same time picking up some extra ammo. The Texans are a team without many drastic needs. They can afford to jump up and grab an impact player like Smith.

C. Bears-Giants: New York’s tight end’s are a huge question mark going into next season. Landing a high upside guy like Allen makes sense, even if it costs them their first rounder. The Bears on the other hand get to pick up a 3rd rounder, while still filling a need.

D. Packers-Vikings: The Vikings are looking to add a big receiver, and with some extra picks they should have no problem trying to move up. The Packers move back a few spots and add another pick.

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