2004 NFL Draft

The 2004 NFL draft was the procedure by which National Football League teams selected amateur college football players. It is officially known as the NFL Annual Player Selection Meeting. The draft was held April 24–25, 2004 at the Theater at Madison Square Garden in New York City.[1][2][3] No teams chose to claim any players in the supplemental draft that year.

The draft was shown on ESPN both days and eventually moved to ESPN2 both days. The draft began with the San Diego Chargers selecting Mississippi quarterback Eli Manning with the first overall selection. Manning was later traded to the New York Giants for their first selection, fourth overall pick Philip Rivers of NC State. There were 32 compensatory selections distributed among 16 teams, with the Eagles, Rams, and Jets each receiving 4 compensatory picks.[4] The draft set several records, including the most wide receivers selected in the first round, with seven. Another record set by the draft was the most trades in the first round, with twenty-eight trades. The University of Miami set an NFL record for the most first rounders drafted with 6. Ohio State set an NFL draft record having 14 total players selected through all rounds. As of 2012, this draft also has two other records attached to it: it became the draft with the shortest time between having multiple quarterbacks being drafted and starting for Super Bowl winners (Ben Roethlisberger for the 2005 Steelers, and Manning for the 2007 Giants) and it has become the first draft ever to have produced two QBs who each won multiple Super Bowls (with Roethlisberger winning his second in 2008 and Eli his second in 2011). The 255 players chosen in the draft were composed of:

2004 NFL Draft
2004 NFL draft logo
General information
Date(s)April 24–25, 2004
LocationTheater at MSG
in New York City
Network(s)ESPN, ESPN2
Overview
255 total selections in 7 rounds
LeagueNFL
First selectionEli Manning, QB
San Diego Chargers
Mr. IrrelevantAndre Sommersell, LB
Oakland Raiders
Most selections (13)Tennessee Titans
Fewest selections (4)Washington Redskins

Player selections

* = compensatory selection
^ = supplemental compensatory selection
= Pro Bowler[5]
Positions key
C Center CB Cornerback DB Defensive back DE Defensive end
DL Defensive lineman DT Defensive tackle FB Fullback FS Free safety
G Guard HB Halfback K Placekicker KR Kick returner
LB Linebacker LS Long snapper OT Offensive tackle OL Offensive lineman
NT Nose tackle P Punter PR Punt returner QB Quarterback
RB Running back S Safety SS Strong safety TB Tailback
TE Tight end WR Wide receiver        
Rnd. Pick # NFL team Player Pos. College Conf. Notes
1 1 San Diego Chargers Eli Manning  QB Ole Miss SEC traded to New York Giants[7]
1 2 Oakland Raiders Robert Gallery  OT Iowa Big Ten
1 3 Arizona Cardinals Larry Fitzgerald  WR Pittsburgh Big East
1 4 New York Giants Philip Rivers  QB NC State ACC traded to San Diego[8]
1 5 Washington Redskins Sean Taylor  S Miami (FL) Big East
1 6 Cleveland Browns Kellen Winslow II  TE Miami (FL) Big East from Detroit[9]
1 7 Detroit Lions Roy Williams  WR Texas Big 12 from Cleveland[9]
1 8 Atlanta Falcons DeAngelo Hall  CB Virginia Tech Big East
1 9 Jacksonville Jaguars Reggie Williams  WR Washington Pac-10
1 10 Houston Texans Dunta Robinson  CB South Carolina SEC
1 11 Pittsburgh Steelers Ben Roethlisberger  QB Miami (OH) MAC
1 12 New York Jets Jonathan Vilma  LB Miami (FL) Big East
1 13 Buffalo Bills Lee Evans  WR Wisconsin Big Ten
1 14 Chicago Bears Tommie Harris  DT Oklahoma Big 12
1 15 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Michael Clayton  WR LSU SEC
1 16 Philadelphia Eagles Shawn Andrews  G Arkansas SEC from San Francisco[9]
1 17 Denver Broncos D. J. Williams  LB Miami (FL) Big East from Cincinnati[9]
1 18 New Orleans Saints Will Smith  DE Ohio State Big Ten deceased
1 19 Miami Dolphins Vernon Carey  OT Miami (FL) Big East from Minnesota[9]
1 20 Minnesota Vikings Kenechi Udeze  DE USC Pac-10 from Miami[9]
1 21 New England Patriots Vince Wilfork  NT Miami (FL) Big East from Baltimore[9]
1 22 Buffalo Bills J. P. Losman  QB Tulane C-USA from Dallas[10]
1 23 Seattle Seahawks Marcus Tubbs  DT Texas Big 12
1 24 St. Louis Rams Steven Jackson  RB Oregon State Pac-10 from Denver via Cincinnati[9]
1 25 Green Bay Packers Ahmad Carroll  CB Arkansas SEC
1 26 Cincinnati Bengals Chris Perry  RB Michigan Big Ten from St. Louis[9]
1 27 Houston Texans Jason Babin  DE Western Michigan MAC from Tennessee[9]
1 28 Carolina Panthers Chris Gamble  CB Ohio State Big Ten from Philadelphia via San Francisco[9]
1 29 Atlanta Falcons Michael Jenkins  WR Ohio State Big Ten from Indianapolis[9]
1 30 Detroit Lions Kevin Jones  RB Virginia Tech Big East from Kansas City[9]
1 31 San Francisco 49ers Rashaun Woods  WR Oklahoma State Big 12 from Carolina[9]
1 32 New England Patriots Benjamin Watson  TE Georgia SEC
2 33 Arizona Cardinals Karlos Dansby  LB Auburn SEC
2 34 New York Giants Chris Snee  OT Boston College Big East
2 35 San Diego Chargers Igor Olshansky  DT Oregon Pac-10
2 36 Kansas City Chiefs Junior Siavii  DT Oregon Pac-10 from Detroit[11]
2 37 Detroit Lions Teddy Lehman  LB Oklahoma Big 12 from Cleveland[11]
2 38 Pittsburgh Steelers Ricardo Colclough  CB Tusculum SAC from Atlanta via Indianapolis[11]
2 39 Jacksonville Jaguars Daryl Smith  LB Georgia Tech ACC
2 40 Tennessee Titans Ben Troupe  TE Florida SEC from Houston[11]
2 41 Denver Broncos Tatum Bell  RB Oklahoma State Big 12 from Washington[11]
2 42 Tennessee Titans Travis LaBoy  DE Hawaiʻi WAC from New York Jets[11]
2 43 Dallas Cowboys Julius Jones  RB Notre Dame Ind. (I-A) from Buffalo[12]
2 44 Indianapolis Colts Bob Sanders  SS Iowa Big Ten from Pittsburgh[11]
2 45 Oakland Raiders Jake Grove  C Virginia Tech Big East from Tampa Bay[11]
2 46 San Francisco 49ers Justin Smiley  G Alabama SEC
2 47 Chicago Bears Tank Johnson  DT Washington Pac-10
2 48 Minnesota Vikings Dontarrious Thomas  LB Auburn SEC from New Orleans[11]
2 49 Cincinnati Bengals Keiwan Ratliff  CB Florida SEC
2 50 New Orleans Saints Devery Henderson  WR LSU SEC from Minnesota[11]
2 51 Baltimore Ravens Dwan Edwards  DT Oregon State Pac-10
2 52 Dallas Cowboys Jacob Rogers  OT USC Pac-10
2 53 Seattle Seahawks Michael Boulware  SS Florida State ACC
2 54 Denver Broncos Darius Watts  WR Marshall MAC
2 55 Jacksonville Jaguars Greg Jones  FB Florida State ACC from Green Bay Packers[13]
2 56 Cincinnati Bengals Madieu Williams  FS Maryland ACC from Miami via New England[11]
2 57 Tennessee Titans Antwan Odom  DE Alabama SEC
2 58 San Francisco 49ers Shawntae Spencer  CB Pittsburgh Big East from Philadelphia[11]
2 59 Cleveland Browns Sean Jones  FS Georgia SEC from Indianapolis[11]
2 60 New Orleans Saints Courtney Watson  LB Notre Dame Ind. (I-A) from St. Louis[11]
2 61 Kansas City Chiefs Kris Wilson  TE Pittsburgh Big East
2 62 Carolina Panthers Keary Colbert  WR USC Pac-10
2 63 New England Patriots Marquise Hill  DE LSU SEC
3 64 Arizona Cardinals Darnell Dockett  DT Florida State ACC
3 65 San Diego Chargers Nate Kaeding  K Iowa Big Ten from New York Giants[14]
3 66 San Diego Chargers Nick Hardwick  C Purdue Big Ten
3 67 Oakland Raiders Stuart Schweigert  FS Purdue Big Ten
3 68 Indianapolis Colts Ben Hartsock  TE Ohio State Big Ten from Cleveland[15]
3 69 Indianapolis Colts Gilbert Gardner  LB Purdue Big Ten from Atlanta[15]
3 70 Green Bay Packers Joey Thomas  CB Montana State Big Sky from Jacksonville[15]
3 71 Tennessee Titans Randy Starks  DT Maryland ACC from Houston[15]
3 72 Green Bay Packers Donnell Washington  DT Clemson ACC from Washington via Jacksonville[15]
3 73 Detroit Lions Keith Smith  CB McNeese State Southland
3 74 Buffalo Bills Tim Anderson  DT Ohio State Big Ten
3 75 Pittsburgh Steelers Max Starks  OT Florida SEC
3 76 New York Jets Derrick Strait  CB Oklahoma Big 12
3 77 San Francisco 49ers Derrick Hamilton  WR Clemson ACC
3 78 Chicago Bears Bernard Berrian  WR Fresno State WAC
3 79 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Marquis Cooper  LB Washington Pac-10
3 80 Cincinnati Bengals Caleb Miller  LB Arkansas SEC
3 81 Washington Redskins Chris Cooley  TE Utah State Sun Belt from New Orleans[15]
3 82 Baltimore Ravens Devard Darling  WR Washington State Pac-10 from Minnesota[15]
3 83 Dallas Cowboys Stephen Peterman  G LSU SEC
3 84 Seattle Seahawks Sean Locklear  G NC State ACC
3 85 Denver Broncos Jeremy LeSueur  CB Michigan Big Ten
3 86 Jacksonville Jaguars Jorge Cordova  LB Nevada WAC from Green Bay[15]
3 87 Green Bay Packers B. J. Sander  P Ohio State Big Ten from Miami[15]
3 88 Minnesota Vikings Darrion Scott  DE Ohio State Big Ten from Baltimore[15]
3 89 Philadelphia Eagles Matt Ware  FS UCLA Pac-10
3 90 Atlanta Falcons Matt Schaub  QB Virginia ACC from Indianapolis[15]
3 91 St. Louis Rams Anthony Hargrove  DE Georgia Tech ACC
3 92 Tennessee Titans Rich Gardner  CB Penn State Big Ten
3 93 Kansas City Chiefs Keyaron Fox  LB Georgia Tech ACC
3 94 Carolina Panthers Travelle Wharton  OT South Carolina SEC
3 95 New England Patriots Guss Scott  SS Florida SEC
3* 96 Cincinnati Bengals Landon Johnson  LB Purdue Big Ten
4 97 New York Giants Reggie Torbor  DE Auburn SEC
4 98 San Diego Chargers Shaun Phillips  DE Purdue Big Ten
4 99 Oakland Raiders Carlos Francis  WR Texas Tech Big 12
4 100 Arizona Cardinals Alex Stepanovich  C Ohio State Big Ten
4 101 Atlanta Falcons Demorrio Williams  LB Nebraska Big 12
4 102 Miami Dolphins Will Poole  CB USC Pac-10 from Jacksonville via Green Bay[16]
4 103 Tennessee Titans Bo Schobel  DE TCU C-USA from Houston[16]
4 104 San Francisco 49ers Isaac Sopoaga  DT Hawaiʻi WAC from Washington via New England and Chicago[16]
4 105 Kansas City Chiefs Samie Parker  WR Oregon Pac-10 from Detroit[16]
4 106 Cleveland Browns Luke McCown  QB Louisiana Tech WAC
4 107 Indianapolis Colts Kendyll Pope  LB Florida State ACC from Pittsburgh[16]
4 108 New York Jets Jerricho Cotchery  WR NC State ACC
4 109 Buffalo Bills Tim Euhus  TE Oregon State Pac-10
4 110 Chicago Bears Nathan Vasher  CB Texas Big 12
4 111 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Will Allen  FS Ohio State Big Ten
4 112 Chicago Bears Leon Joe  LB Maryland ACC from San Francisco[16]
4 113 New England Patriots Dexter Reid  FS North Carolina ACC from New Orleans[16]
4 114 Cincinnati Bengals Matthias Askew  DT Michigan State Big Ten
4 115 Minnesota Vikings Nat Dorsey  OT Georgia Tech ACC
4 116 Seattle Seahawks Niko Koutouvides  LB Purdue Big Ten
4 117 Cincinnati Bengals Robert Geathers  DE Georgia SEC from Denver[16]
4 118 Jacksonville Jaguars Anthony Maddox  DT Delta State Gulf South from Green Bay[16]
4 119 Minnesota Vikings Mewelde Moore  RB Tulane C-USA from Miami[16]
4 120 Jacksonville Jaguars Ernest Wilford  WR Virginia Tech Big East from Baltimore[16]
4 121 Dallas Cowboys Bruce Thornton  CB Georgia SEC
4 122 Houston Texans Glenn Earl  SS Notre Dame Ind. (I-A) from Indianapolis[16]
4 123 Cincinnati Bengals Stacy Andrews  OT Ole Miss SEC from St. Louis[16]
4 124 Tennessee Titans Michael Waddell  CB North Carolina ACC
4 125 Indianapolis Colts Jason David  CB Washington State Pac-10 from Philadelphia via Atlanta[16]
4 126 Kansas City Chiefs Jared Allen  DE Idaho State Big Sky
4 127 San Francisco 49ers Richard Seigler  LB Oregon State Pac-10 from Carolina[16]
4 128 New England Patriots Cedric Cobbs  RB Arkansas SEC
4* 129 Philadelphia Eagles J. R. Reed  FS South Florida C-USA
4* 130 St. Louis Rams Brandon Chillar  LB UCLA Pac-10
4* 131 Philadelphia Eagles Trey Darilek  G UTEP WAC
4* 132 New York Jets Adrian Jones  OT Kansas Big 12
5 133 San Diego Chargers Dave Ball  DE UCLA Pac-10
5 134 Oakland Raiders Johnnie Morant  WR Syracuse Big East
5 135 Arizona Cardinals Antonio Smith  DE Oklahoma State Big 12
5 136 New York Giants Gibril Wilson  S Tennessee SEC
5 137 Jacksonville Jaguars Josh Scobee  K Louisiana Tech WAC
5 138 Tennessee Titans Jacob Bell  G Miami (OH) MAC from Houston[17]
5 139 New Orleans Saints Rodney Leisle  DT UCLA Pac-10 from Washington[17]
5 140 Detroit Lions Alex Lewis  LB Wisconsin Big Ten
5 141 Indianapolis Colts Jake Scott  G Idaho Sun Belt from Cleveland[17]
5 142 Atlanta Falcons Chad Lavalais  DT LSU SEC
5 143 New York Jets Erik Coleman  S Washington State Pac-10
5 144 Dallas Cowboys Sean Ryan  TE Boston College Big East from Buffalo[18]
5 145 Pittsburgh Steelers Nathaniel Adibi  LB Virginia Tech Big East
5 146 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Jeb Terry  G North Carolina ACC
5 147 Chicago Bears Claude Harriott  DE Pittsburgh Big East from San Francisco[19]
5 148 Chicago Bears Craig Krenzel  QB Ohio State Big Ten
5 149 Cincinnati Bengals Maurice Mann  WR Nevada WAC
5 150 Jacksonville Jaguars Chris Thompson  CB Nicholls State Southland from New Orleans[17]
5 151 Washington Redskins Mark Wilson  OT California Pac-10 from Minnesota via New Orleans[19]
5 152 Denver Broncos Jeff Shoate  CB San Diego State MWC
5 153 Baltimore Ravens Roderick Green  DE Central Missouri State MIAA from Green Bay via Miami[19]
5 154 San Diego Chargers Michael Turner  RB NIU MAC from Miami[17]
5 155 Minnesota Vikings Rod Davis  LB Southern Miss C-USA from Baltimore[19]
5 156 New Orleans Saints Mike Karney  FB Arizona State Pac-10 from Dallas[17]
5 157 Seattle Seahawks D. J. Hackett  WR Colorado Big 12
5 158 St. Louis Rams Jason Shivers  S Arizona State Pac-10
5 159 Jacksonville Jaguars Sean Bubin  OT Illinois Big Ten from Tennessee via Houston[17]
5 160 Miami Dolphins Tony Bua  S Arkansas SEC from Philadelphia via Baltimore[19]
5 161 Cleveland Browns Amon Gordon  DT Stanford Pac-10 from Indianapolis[17]
5 162 Philadelphia Eagles Thomas Tapeh  FB Minnesota Big Ten from Kansas City[17]
5 163 Carolina Panthers Drew Carter  WR Ohio State Big Ten
5 164 New England Patriots P. K. Sam  WR Florida State ACC
5* 165 Tennessee Titans Rob Reynolds  LB Ohio State Big Ten
6 166 Oakland Raiders Shawn Johnson  DE Delaware A-10
6 167 Arizona Cardinals Nick Leckey  C Kansas State Big 12
6 168 New York Giants Jamaar Taylor  WR Texas A&M Big 12
6 169 San Diego Chargers Ryan Krause  TE Nebraska-Omaha NCC
6 170 Houston Texans Vontez Duff  CB Notre Dame Ind. (I-A)
6 171 Denver Broncos Triandos Luke  WR Alabama SEC from Washington[20]
6 172 Detroit Lions Kelly Butler  OT Purdue Big Ten
6 173 Indianapolis Colts Von Hutchins  CB Ole Miss SEC from Cleveland[21]
6 174 Miami Dolphins Rex Hadnot  G Houston C-USA from Atlanta[20]
6 175 Houston Texans Jammal Lord  RB Nebraska Big 12 from Jacksonville[21]
6 176 Cleveland Browns Kirk Chambers  OT Stanford Pac-10 from Buffalo[21]
6 177 Pittsburgh Steelers Bo Lacy  OT Arkansas SEC
6 178 New York Jets Marko Cavka  OT Sacramento State Big Sky
6 179 Green Bay Packers Corey Williams  DT Arkansas State Sun Belt from San Francisco[21]
6 180 Washington Redskins Jim Molinaro  OT Notre Dame Ind. (I-A) from Chicago[21]
6 181 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Nate Lawrie  TE Yale Ivy
6 182 Oakland Raiders Cody Spencer  LB North Texas Sun Belt from New Orleans via Dallas[21]
6 183 Cincinnati Bengals Greg Brooks  CB Southern Miss C-USA
6 184 Minnesota Vikings Deandre' Eiland  S South Carolina SEC
6 185 Philadelphia Eagles Andy Hall  QB Delaware A-10 from Green Bay[21]
6 186 Atlanta Falcons Etric Pruitt  S Southern Miss C-USA from Miami[21]
6 187 Baltimore Ravens Josh Harris  QB Bowling Green MAC
6 188 San Francisco 49ers Andy Lee  P Pittsburgh Big East from Dallas via Green Bay[21]
6 189 Seattle Seahawks Craig Terrill  DT Purdue Big Ten
6 190 Denver Broncos Josh Sewell  C Nebraska Big 12
6 191 Tennessee Titans Troy Fleming  FB Tennessee SEC
6 192 Philadelphia Eagles Dexter Wynn  CB Colorado State MWC
6 193 Indianapolis Colts Jim Sorgi  QB Wisconsin Big Ten
6 194 Pittsburgh Steelers Matt Kranchick  TE Penn State Big Ten from St. Louis[21]
6 195 Kansas City Chiefs Jeris McIntyre  WR Auburn SEC
6 196 Carolina Panthers Sean Tufts  LB Colorado Big 12
6 197 Pittsburgh Steelers Drew Caylor  C Stanford Pac-10 from New England[21]
6* 198 San Francisco 49ers Keith Lewis  S Oregon Pac-10
6* 199 Baltimore Ravens Clarence Moore  WR Northern Arizona Big Sky
6* 200 Houston Texans Charlie Anderson  LB Ole Miss SEC
6* 201 St. Louis Rams Jeff Smoker  QB Michigan State Big Ten
7 202 Arizona Cardinals John Navarre  QB Michigan Big Ten
7 203 New York Giants Drew Strojny  OT Duke ACC
7 204 San Diego Chargers Ryon Bingham  DT Nebraska Big 12
7 205 Dallas Cowboys Nathan Jones  CB Rutgers Big East from Oakland[22]
7 206 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Mark Jones  WR Tennessee SEC from Washington via New Orleans and Dallas[22]
7 207 Buffalo Bills Dylan McFarland  OT Montana Big Sky from Detroit[22]
7 208 Cleveland Browns Adimchinobi Echemandu  RB California Pac-10
7 209 San Diego Chargers Shane Olivea  OT Maine Maritime Big Ten from Atlanta[22]
7 210 Houston Texans Raheem Orr  LB Rutgers Big East from Jacksonville[22]
7 211 Houston Texans Sloan Thomas  WR Texas Big 12
7 212 Pittsburgh Steelers Eric Taylor  DE Memphis C-USA
7 213 New York Jets Darrell McClover  LB Miami (FL) Big East
7 214 Buffalo Bills Jonathan Smith  WR Georgia Tech ACC
7 215 Chicago Bears Alfonso Marshall  CB Miami (FL) Big East
7 216 Dallas Cowboys Patrick Crayton  WR NW Oklahoma State CSFL from Tampa Bay[22]
7 217 San Francisco 49ers Cody Pickett  QB Washington Pac-10
7 218 Cincinnati Bengals Casey Bramlet  QB Wyoming MWC
7 219 Atlanta Falcons Quincy Wilson  RB West Virginia Big East from New Orleans via Miami[22]
7 220 Minnesota Vikings Jeff Dugan  TE Maryland ACC
7 221 Miami Dolphins Tony Pape  OT Michigan Big Ten
7 222 Miami Dolphins Derrick Pope  LB Alabama SEC from Baltimore[22]
7 223 Dallas Cowboys Jacques Reeves  CB Purdue Big Ten from Dallas via Oakland[22]
7 224 Seattle Seahawks Donnie Jones  P LSU SEC
7 225 Denver Broncos Matt Mauck  QB LSU SEC
7 226 San Francisco 49ers Christian Ferrara  DT Syracuse Big East from Green Bay Packers[22]
7 227 Philadelphia Eagles Adrien Clarke  G Ohio State Big Ten
7 228 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Casey Cramer  FB Dartmouth Ivy from Indianapolis[22]
7 229 Indianapolis Colts David Kimball  K Penn State Big Ten
7 230 Tennessee Titans Jared Clauss  DT Iowa Big Ten
7 231 Kansas City Chiefs Kevin Sampson  OT Syracuse Big East
7 232 Carolina Panthers Michael Gaines  TE UCF MAC
7 233 New England Patriots Christian Morton  CB Illinois Big Ten
7* 234 New York Jets Trevor Johnson  DE Nebraska Big 12
7* 235 New York Giants Derrick Ward  RB Ottawa (Kan.) KCAC
7* 236 New York Jets Rashad Washington  SS Kansas State Big 12
7* 237 St. Louis Rams Erik Jensen  TE Iowa Big Ten
7* 238 St. Louis Rams Larry Turner  G Eastern Kentucky OVC
7* 239 Tennessee Titans Eugene Amano  C SE Missouri State OVC
7* 240 New Orleans Saints Colby Bockwoldt  LB BYU MWC
7* 241 Tennessee Titans Sean McHugh  TE Penn State Big Ten
7* 242 Philadelphia Eagles Bruce Perry  RB Maryland ACC
7* 243 Philadelphia Eagles Dominic Furio  C UNLV MWC
7* 244 Baltimore Ravens Derek Abney  WR Kentucky SEC
7* 245 Oakland Raiders Courtney Anderson  TE San Jose State WAC
7* 246 Baltimore Ravens Brian Rimpf  G East Carolina C-USA
7* 247 Denver Broncos Brandon Miree  FB Pittsburgh Big East
7* 248 Houston Texans B. J. Symons  QB Texas Tech Big 12
7* 249 Jacksonville Jaguars Bobby McCray  DE Florida SEC
7* 250 Denver Broncos Bradlee Van Pelt  QB Colorado State MWC
7* 251 Green Bay Packers Scott Wells  G Tennessee SEC
7* 252 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Lenny Williams  CB Southern SWAC
7^ 253 New York Giants Isaac Hilton  DE Hampton MEAC
7^ 254 San Diego Chargers Carlos Joseph  OT Miami (FL) Big East
7^ 255 Oakland Raiders Andre Sommersell  LB Colorado State MWC

Notable undrafted players

= Pro Bowler[5]
Original NFL team Player Pos. College Conf. Notes
Baltimore Ravens Don Muhlbach  LS Texas A&M Big 12 Longtime long snapper for the Detroit Lions
Baltimore Ravens B.J. Sams  WR McNeese State Southland
Buffalo Bills Jabari Greer  CB Tennessee SEC
Buffalo Bills Jason Peters  TE/OT Arkansas SEC
Chicago Bears Jeremy Cain  LS Massachusetts A-10
Dallas Cowboys Terrance Copper  WR East Carolina C-USA
Dallas Cowboys Ryan Fowler  LB Duke ACC
Dallas Cowboys Lousaka Polite  FB Pittsburgh Big East
Denver Broncos Tyson Clabo  OT Wake Forest ACC
Detroit Lions George Wilson  S Arkansas SEC
Green Bay Packers Vonta Leach  FB East Carolina C-USA
Kansas City Chiefs Ryan Lilja  G Kansas State Big 12
Kansas City Chiefs Benny Sapp  CB Northern Iowa Gateway
Minnesota Vikings Anthony Herrera  G Tennessee SEC
Minnesota Vikings Spencer Johnson  DT Auburn SEC
New England Patriots Eric Alexander  LB LSU SEC
New England Patriots Randall Gay  CB LSU SEC
Oakland Raiders Tommy Kelly  DT Mississippi State SEC
Pittsburgh Steelers Willie Parker  RB North Carolina ACC
St. Louis Rams Kelvin Kight  WR Florida SEC
San Diego Chargers Malcom Floyd  WR Wyoming MWC
San Diego Chargers Wes Welker  WR Texas Tech Big 12
San Francisco 49ers Mike Adams  S Delaware A-10
Seattle Seahawks Jordan Babineaux  S Southern Arkansas Gulf South

Notes

  1. ^ Facts & Figures Archived May 19, 2006, at the Wayback Machine.
  2. ^ "NFL Draft Locations". FootballGeography.com. October 2, 2014. Archived from the original on September 5, 2015. Retrieved October 23, 2014.
  3. ^ Salomone, Dan (October 2, 2014). "NFL Draft headed to Chicago in 2015". Giants.com. New York Giants. Archived from the original on September 30, 2015. Retrieved June 3, 2015.
  4. ^ NFL gives 32 compensatory draft choices. March 29, 2004. URL Accessed June 24, 2006.
  5. ^ a b Players are identified as a Pro Bowler if they were selected for the Pro Bowl at any time in their career.
  6. ^ Goldberg, Dave. "NFL draft scripted nicely by Manning". NBC Sports via AP. Archived from the original on October 11, 2012. Retrieved April 8, 2011.
  7. ^ #1: San Diego → New York Giants. San Diego traded Manning to the New York Giants in exchange for Philip Rivers and the Giants' third round selection in this draft (#65) and their first and fifth-round selections in 2005[6]
  8. ^ #4: New York Giants → San Diego (D). see #1: San Diego → New York Giants. above.
  9. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n "Round 1". ESPN. Retrieved June 7, 2008.
  10. ^ The Bills received this pick from the Dallas Cowboys in exchange for the Bills' second round pick (43rd overall), fifth round pick (144th overall), and first round pick in 2005.
  11. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n "Round 2". ESPN. Retrieved June 7, 2008.
  12. ^ The Cowboys received this pick from the Buffalo Bills as well as the Bills' fifth round pick (144th overall) and first round pick in 2005 in exchange for the Cowboys' first round pick in this draft (22nd overall).
  13. ^ Alder, James. "2004 NFL Draft Results: Round 2". About.com. Retrieved April 7, 2011.
  14. ^ #65: New York Giants → San Diego (D). see #1: San Diego → New York Giants. above.
  15. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k "Round 3". ESPN. Retrieved June 7, 2008.
  16. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o "Round 4". Retrieved June 7, 2008.
  17. ^ a b c d e f g h i "Round 5". ESPN. Retrieved June 7, 2008.
  18. ^ The Cowboys received this pick from the Buffalo Bills as well as the Bills' second round pick (43rd overall) and first round pick in 2005 in exchange for the Cowboys' first round pick in this draft (22nd overall).
  19. ^ a b c d e Alder, James. "2004 NFL Draft Results: Round 5". About.com. Retrieved April 8, 2011.
  20. ^ a b Alder, James. "2004 NFL Draft Results: Round 6". About.com. Retrieved April 8, 2011.
  21. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k "Round 6". ESPN. Retrieved June 7, 2008.
  22. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k Alder, James. "2004 NFL Draft Results: Round 7". About.com. Retrieved April 8, 2011.

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References

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Olivea was also a member of the New York Giants, Florida Tuskers and Virginia Destroyers.

Shawn Andrews

Shawn Cornelius Andrews (born December 25, 1982) is an American former college and professional football guard who played for the Philadelphia Eagles and New York Giants of the National Football League (NFL). He played college football for the University of Arkansas, and was a two-time consensus All-American. The Philadelphia Eagles chose him in the first round of the 2004 NFL Draft, and he earned three Pro Bowl selections during his career. He was inducted to the Arkansas Sports Hall of Fame in 2018.

Stacy Andrews

Stacy Dewayne Andrews (born June 2, 1981) is a former American football offensive guard. He was drafted by the Cincinnati Bengals in the fourth round of the 2004 NFL Draft. He played college football at Ole Miss.

Andrews has also played for the Philadelphia Eagles and Seattle Seahawks. He is the older brother of offensive lineman Shawn Andrews.

Tim Anderson (defensive tackle)

Timothy J. Anderson (born November 22, 1980) is a former American football defensive tackle who played in the National Football League. He was drafted by the Buffalo Bills in the third round of the 2004 NFL Draft. He played college football at Ohio State.

Anderson was also a member of the Atlanta Falcons and Dallas Cowboys of the NFL and the Hartford Colonials of the United Football League.

Vince Wilfork

Vincent Lamar Wilfork (born November 4, 1981), a two-time Super Bowl champion, is a former American football nose tackle who played in the National Football League (NFL) for 13 seasons. He played college football for the University of Miami and was drafted by the New England Patriots in the first round of the 2004 NFL Draft, and spent the first 11 years of his career there. By the late 2000s, Wilfork was considered to be one of the premier defensive tackles in the NFL, and was named both to the Pro Bowl and the All-Pro team in 2007, 2010, 2011, and 2012. He also played two seasons for the Houston Texans before retiring following the 2016 season.

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