With the 2016 NFL regular season now over, let’s take a look at the 2017 NFL Draft order for the teams that didn’t make the playoffs.
The 2017 NFL Draft will take place from April 27-29 this year in Philadelphia. The Cleveland Browns will kick things off with the first overall pick after going 1-15 on the season. It’s their first No. 1 overall pick since 2000, when they took Penn State defensive tackle Courtney Brown.
Seeing as the 12 playoff teams will have picks later in the draft, we now have a clear picture for which teams will get the first 20 picks.
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The usual suspects of the Browns, 49ers, Bears and Jaguars make up the first four, with the Titans rounding out the top five after a trade with the Los Angeles Rams.
The positions of the Indianapolis Colts and Philadelphia Eagles (who get the Vikings’ draft position) will come down to a coin flip, as both the Colts and Vikings had identical records and strength of schedules.