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NFL Draft Results: Live blog, trades, updates, picks, and more for Day 2

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Welcome to Day 2 of Bleeding Green Nation’s 2022 NFL Draft live blog! Friday night’s festivities begin at 7:00 PM ET on ABC, ESPN, and NFL Network. Click here for info on how to watch the broadcast.

This post will have updates throughout the night with any big surprises, rumors, trade updates, and more. It’s also an open thread for discussion in the comments.

The Philadelphia Eagles are entering the night set to pick at No. 51 in Round 2 and No. 83 in Round 3. Considering all the draft capital they spent on their Day 1 trades, still having two picks on Friday night is a nice place to be. Eagles GM Howie Roseman had a good first round, and one that didn’t draw much criticism — he traded up two spots to get DT Jordan Davis and then traded their No. 18 pick (and No. 101) to the Titans for WR A.J. Brown.

Stay tuned to Bleeding Green Nation for the latest updates regarding Eagles moves and others made around the league.


UPDATES

[10:45 PM]: Well, the Eagles are most likely done for the evening — unless Howie gets really creative. But there’s enough buzz from the Nakobe Dean pick at No. 83 to last the rest of the night!

So far in the third round, the Giants have drafted OG Joshua Ezeudu at No. 67 and CB Cordale Flott at No. 81, and the Cowboys picked up a wide receiver at No. 88, Jalen Torbert out of Southern Alabama.

[9:54 PM]: Jacksonville picked up their second linebacker of the draft, ILB Chad Muma (Wyoming), a roster priority I’m guessing Doug Pederson isn’t really used to coming from Philadelphia.

[9:48 PM]: We’ve made it to into the third round, with several notables from Round 2:

  • There are still a ton of trades happening. Most of the QBs are still available, only a couple running backs have been picked, and it seems like positional value has shifted a bit in this year’s draft.
  • The Eagles stayed at No. 51 and took Nebraska center Cam Jurgens — someone that Jason Kelce pretty much hand-picked to be his successor.
  • In the NFC East, the Giants picked WR Wan’Dale Robinson (Kentucky) and No. 43, the Commanders selected DT Phidarian Mathis (Alabama) at No. 47, and the Cowboys took OLB Sam Williams (Ole Miss) at No. 56.

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