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No. 33 Green Bay (from Cleveland)
Kevin King, CB, 6-3, 203, Washington
One of the tallest corners in the draft. Big question is top-end speed.
No. 34 Jacksonville (from Seattle through San Francisco)
Cam Robinson, OT, 6-6, 322, Alabama
The All-American has all the measurable. Needs more consistent footwork.
No. 35 Seattle (from Jacksonville)
Malik McDowell, DT, 6-6, 295, Michigan State
Inconsistent play and some injuries as a junior kept him out of the first round. Freaky athlete.
No. 36 Arizona (from Chicago)
Budda Baker, S, 5-10, 195, Washington
Baker goes to the team that has the player he is most often compared: Tyrann Mathieu.
No. 37 Buffalo (Los Angeles Rams)
Zay Jones, WR, 6-2, 201, East Carolina
Jones led the nation in catches with a record 158 last season. Yes, 158.
No. 38 Los Angeles Chargers
Forrest Lamp, OL, 6-4, 309, Western Kentucky
Tackle who might move inside in the pros, but he graded out as well as any linemen in the draft.
No. 39 New York Jets
Marcus Maye, S, 6-0, 210, Florida
Two picks and two safeties for the Jets.
No. 40 Carolina
Curtis Samuel, WR/RB, 6-0, 205, Ohio State
Panthers add versatile Samuel to Christian McCaffrey, who they took in Round 1.
No. 41 Minnesota
Dalvin Cook, RB, 5-10, 210, Florida State
The Minnesota Vikings were eager enough to start drafting after sitting out the first round that they traded up seven spots for Florida State running back Dalvin Cook with the 41st pick.
The Vikings sent one of their fourth-round selections, No. 128 overall, to Cincinnati in order to slide up in the second round. The 5-foot-11, 213-pound Cook was a first team Associated Press All-American last season as a junior and totaled 38 touchdowns over the last two years for the Seminoles.
Though the Vikings signed Latavius Murray in free agency, Cook has now been targeted as the long-term replacement for Adrian Peterson. He's the third running back taken this year, after LSU's Leonard Fournette and Stanford's Christian McCaffrey went in the first round.
No. 42 New Orleans
Marcus Williams, S, 6-1, 202, Utah
No. 43 Eagles
Sidney Jones, CB, 6-0, 186, Washington (see story)
No. 44 Los Angeles Rams (from Buffalo)
Gerald Everett, TE, 6-3, 239, South Alabama
No. 45 Chicago (from Arizona)
Adam Shaheen, TE, 6-7, 278, Ashland
No. 46 Indianapolis
Quincy Wilson, CB, 6-2, 211, Florida
No. 47 Baltimore
Tyus Bowser, OLB, 6-3, 247, Houston
No. 48 Cincinnati (from Minnesota)
Joe Mixon, RB, 6-1, 228, Oklahoma
Oklahoma running back Joe Mixon is headed to Cincinnati, which added to its reputation for taking chances on players with off-field problems.
The Bengals traded down in the second round, then took the 5-foot-10 running back with the 48th overall pick Friday. Mixon was one of the top running backs in the draft, but dropped because he was suspended his freshman season for punching a woman and breaking bones in her face.
Cincinnati needed a running back after Rex Burkhead left for New England. Plus, Giovani Bernard is recovering from a torn ACL, raising doubts about depth at the position.
The second round of the NFL draft started with a flurry of trades and a couple of defensive back teammates from Washington being selected.
The Green Bay Packers opened the second round of the NFL draft by selecting Washington cornerback Kevin King.
Green Bay traded out of the first round, so King, a 6-3 former safety, was its first addition in this draft. The Packers owned the 29th pick, which they sent to Cleveland on Thursday night.
Just before Friday's selection, Commissioner Roger Goodell and former Eagles quarterback Ron Jaworski thanked Philadelphia and the fans. Folks in the theater even booed Goodell's tribute, but not when "Jaws" repeated it.
Cardinals first-round draft pick Haason Reddick arrived in Arizona Friday and gushed about his new NFL home.
He praised the welcoming fans and called the area "heaven on earth."
Apparently nobody warned him about practicing in 120-degree summer temperatures.
The versatile linebacker also said he's looking forward to learning behind veteran Karlos Dansby, who was signed to a one-year contract.
Reddick, the 13th pick overall, said he's already talked to Dansby and that he's "blessed and lucky" to be in a position to learn from him.
Round two of the draft begins at 7 p.m. with a pick by Green Bay.