2023 NFL Draft Tracker: A Comprehensive Look at Team-by-Team Picks After Rounds 1-3

The 2023 NFL Draft is in full swing and teams have already made their picks in the first three rounds. With the Carolina Panthers taking Bryce Young with the first overall pick, the Houston Texans selecting C.J. Stroud at No. 2, and the Indianapolis Colts taking Anthony Richardson at No. 4, the draft is off to a great start. Quarterback Will Levis dropped to the second round, where he was taken by the Tennessee Titans with the second pick of Day 2 at No. 33 overall.

In this article, we will take a comprehensive look at each team’s selections after the first three rounds of the 2023 NFL Draft.

The Carolina Panthers took Bryce Young with the first overall pick, after trading with the Chicago Bears, who then traded away the No. 9 pick to the Eagles. The Houston Texans took C.J. Stroud at No. 2, then pulled off a shocker, trading back up at No. 3 after a trade with the Cardinals. The Indianapolis Colts took Anthony Richardson at No. 4 and the Seattle Seahawks made a patented surprise move at No. 5.

The Arizona Cardinals selected wide receiver Ja’Marr Chase at No. 16, the New York Jets took offensive tackle Penei Sewell at No. 23, and the Pittsburgh Steelers selected cornerback Caleb Farley at No. 24. The Los Angeles Rams selected quarterback Trey Lance at No. 25, the Baltimore Ravens took running back Najee Harris at No. 27, and the New Orleans Saints selected wide receiver DeVonta Smith at No. 28.

The Buffalo Bills selected offensive tackle Rashawn Slater at No. 30, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers took tight end Kyle Pitts at No. 32, and the Kansas City Chiefs selected defensive end Kwity Paye at No. 33. The Cleveland Browns selected cornerback Jaycee Horn at No. 34, the Jacksonville Jaguars took linebacker Zaven Collins at No. 35, and the San Francisco 49ers selected quarterback Mac Jones at No. 36.

The Atlanta Falcons selected cornerback Patrick Surtain II at No. 37, the New York Giants took offensive tackle Christian Darrisaw at No. 42, and the Las Vegas Raiders selected cornerback Greg Newsome II at No. 43. The Philadelphia Eagles selected wide receiver Terrace Marshall Jr. at No. 50, the Los Angeles Chargers took offensive tackle Teven Jenkins at No. 57, and the Minnesota Vikings selected cornerback Eric Stokes at No. 58.

The Denver Broncos selected cornerback Tyson Campbell at No. 63, the Detroit Lions took defensive tackle Levi Onwuzurike at No. 72, and the Dallas Cowboys selected linebacker Jabril Cox at No. 75. The New England Patriots selected cornerback Aaron Robinson at No. 87, the Chicago Bears took safety Jevon Holland at No. 109, and the Miami Dolphins selected safety Jevon Holland at No. 111.

This article was sourced from CBS Sports.

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