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2015 NFL draft order: First 3 rounds after Patriots beat Seahawks in Super Bowl XLIX

Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports

With the New England Patriots beating the Seattle Seahawks in Super Bowl XLIX, we now know the 2015 NFL Draft order. The Patriots will be picking last as the Super Bowl champions and the Seahawks will be picking directly before them. The Kansas City Chiefs, as you know, are picking 18th.

We only know the first three rounds of the NFL Draft order because the league has yet to award compensatory picks. Those are "extra" draft picks awarded to teams who lost more free agents than they signed in the previous year. The formula is more involved than that but the Chiefs are expected to receive as many as four compensatory picks. One projection had the Chiefs receiving a third round pick, two fifth round picks and a seventh round pick. Those compensatory picks don't start until the end of the third round so we know the first 96 picks in the 2015 NFL Draft order.

In a recent poll, Chiefs fans said the team needed wide receiver, offensive tackle, offensive guard and inside linebacker. There have been some mock drafts with the Chiefs selecting a receiver, which is obvious given they went the entire season without a receiver catching a touchdown.


1. Tampa Bay Buccaneers
2. Tennessee Titans
3. Jacksonville Jaguars

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With Super Bowl XLIX done, the
2015 NFL Draft order is now known (except for compensatory picks). Let's take a look-see at a post-Super Bowl mock draft.

4. Oakland Raiders
5. Washington 
6. New York Jets
7. Chicago Bears
8. Atlanta Falcons
9. New York Giants
10. St. Louis Rams
11. Minnesota Vikings
12. Cleveland Browns
13. New Orleans Saints
14. Miami Dolphins
15. San Francisco 49ers
16. Houston Texans
17. San Diego Chargers
18. Kansas City Chiefs
19. Cleveland Browns (from Buffalo) 
20. Philadelphia Eagles
21. Cincinnati Bengals
22. Pittsburgh Steelers
23. Detroit Lions
24. Arizona Cardinals
25. Carolina Panthers
26. Baltimore Ravens
27. Dallas Cowboys
28. Denver Broncos
29. Indianapolis Colts
30. Green Bay Packers
31. Seattle Seahawks
32. New England Patriots


33. Tennessee Titans 
34. Tampa Bay Buccaneers 
35. Oakland Raiders 
36. Jacksonville Jaguars 
37. New York Jets 
38. Washington 
39. Chicago Bears 
40. New York Giants 
41. St. Louis Rams 
42. Atlanta Falcons 
43. Cleveland Browns 
44. New Orleans Saints 
45. Minnesota Vikings 
46. San Francisco 49ers 
47. Miami Dolphins 
48. San Diego Chargers 
49. Kansas City Chiefs 
50. Buffalo Bills
51. Houston Texans 
52. Philadelphia Eagles 
53. Cincinnati Bengals 
54. Detroit Lions 
55. Arizona Cardinals 
56. Pittsburgh Steelers 
57. Carolina Panthers 
58. Baltimore Ravens 
59. Denver Broncos 
60. Dallas Cowboys 
61. Indianapolis Colts 
62. Green Bay Packers 
63. Seattle Seahawks
64. New England Patriots


65. Tampa Bay Buccaneers 
66. Tennessee Titans 
67. Jacksonville Jaguars 
68. Oakland Raiders 
69. Washington 
70. New York Jets 
71. Chicago Bears 
72. St. Louis Rams 
73. Atlanta Falcons 
74. New York Giants 
75. New Orleans Saints 
76. Minnesota Vikings 
77. Cleveland Browns 
78. Miami Dolphins 
79. San Francisco 49ers 
80. Kansas City Chiefs 
81. Buffalo Bills 
82. Houston Texans 
83. San Diego Chargers 
84. Philadelphia Eagles 
85. Cincinnati Bengals 
86. Arizona Cardinals 
87. Pittsburgh Steelers 
88. Detroit Lions 
89. Carolina Panthers 
90. Baltimore Ravens 
91. Dallas Cowboys 
92. Denver Broncos 
93. Indianapolis Colts 
94. Green Bay Packers 
95. Seattle Seahawks
96. New England Patriots

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