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2014 NFL Draft: Second (2nd) Round Live Blog - Bears Choose 19th

We're at it again, bringing you the draft with our feedback as only we can. It's a long way until the Bears choice, barring a trade-up. Will there be anything resembling a safety or a defensive lineman by the time they get there?

Kyle Fuller was the Bears draft choice at 14 in Round 1.
Kyle Fuller was the Bears draft choice at 14 in Round 1.
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A wild night in the first round, that saw the Browns make a lot of moves, and the Vikings sneak in to get Teddy Bridgewater at the end of the round.  The later rounds often prove to be just as unpredictable. What will surprise us tonight?

Round 2 - Pick 1 - 33rd Overall

Houston Texans

Xavier Su'a-Filo G UCLA
The Texans get a lineman that can jump in and start, but has a little room to develop.
Round 2 - Pick 3 - 34th Overall

Dallas Cowboys


Demarcus Lawrence DE Boise State

From WAS

Can play in either front, a solid edge-rusher. The Cowboys bolster their pass-rush and jump in, paying a third round pick in addition.

Round 2 - Pick 3 - 35th Overall

Cleveland Browns

Joel Bitonio OT Nevada
Tackle's not a bad idea, likely a day-one starter on the OL, but another weapon here would have been scary.
Round 2 - Pick 4 - 36th Overall

Oakland Raiders

Derek Carr QB Fresno State
Carr's slide ends; one of the top quarterbacks going to a competition with Matt Schaub.
Round 2 - Pick 5 - 37th Overall

Atlanta Falcons

Ra'Shede Hageman DT Minnesota
Raw with a lot of tools, but a lot of potential. He looks to be an interior rush threat for the Falcons.
Round 2 - Pick 6 - 38th Overall

Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Austin Sefarian-Jenkins TE Washington
Two offensive weapons in two picks for Lovie Smith?
Round 2 - Pick 7 - 39th Overall

Jacksonville Jaguars

Marquise Lee WR USC
A legitimate receiver to fill the void of Justin Blackmon and pair with Blake Bortles. Lee brings a serious threat to an offense without much punch.
Round 2 - Pick 8 - 40th Overall

Detroit Lions

Kyle Van Noy LB BYU

From SEA

The Lions need defensive help, and Van Noy provides that in a front seven that continues to get sturdy. Can get after the passer in certain situations.

Round 2 - Pick 9 - 41st Overall

St. Louis Rams

Lamarcus Joyner DB Florida State

From BUF

Could be a Tim Jennings in the Rams secondary - and that's a dangerous defense, especially with that front four.

Round 2 - Pick 10 - 42nd Overall

Philadelphia Eagles

Jordan Matthews WR Vanderbilt

From TEN

Seems like a good fit in the Eagles' offense and should be another dangerous piece.

Round 2 - Pick 11 - 43rd Overall

New York Giants

Weston Richburg C CSU
Aside from frontrunner in the "Least Likely Football Player Name" contest, the guy can play. Should be a solid fixture in the Giants' offensive line.
Round 2 - Pick 12 - 44th Overall

Buffalo Bills

Cyrus Kouandjio T Alabama

From STL

Another one that could have been a first-rounder, could step in and start at right tackle.

Round 2 - Pick 13 - 45th Overall

Seattle Seahawks

Paul Richardson WR Colorado

From DET

A speed receiver who should be able to do plenty of things after the catch (and even before the catch). For a team that hasn't drafted receivers high, this is a move to bring in a receiver for a long time.

Round 2 - Pick 14 - 46th Overall

Pittsburgh Steelers

Stephon Tuitt DE Notre Dame
There goes one of the Bears' defensive line options. Can play inside or outside, can play solidly against the run. Should be a nice fit on the Steelers' defense.
Round 2 - Pick 15 - 47th Overall

Washington Redskins

Trent Murphy LB Stanford

From DAL

A versatile linebacker, not the most explosive, but heady and with a high motor, relentlessly pursuing the quarterback.

Round 2 - Pick 16- 48th Overall

Baltimore Ravens

Timmy Jernigan DT Florida State
A stout run-defender, could have played nose for the Bears, but off the board now.
Round 2 - Pick 17 - 49th Overall

New York Jets

Jace Amaro TE Texas Tech
A slot receiver dressed as a tight end, but should make an impact.
Round 2 - Pick 18 - 50th Overall

San Diego Chargers

Jeremiah Attaochu LB Georgia Tech

From MIA

A pass-rushing linebacker that can attack from all spots and get after the passer.

Round 2 - Pick 19 - 51st Overall

Chicago Bears

Ego Ferguson DT Louisiana State
A new Dane Noble special, but has a lot of upside and traits to be a pass-rushing defensive tackle.
Round 2 - Pick 20 - 52nd Overall

Arizona Cardinals

Troy Niklas TE Notre Dame
Switched to tight end two years ago and should continue to grow, particularly as a blocker and a short receiver.
Round 2 - Pick 21 - 53rd Overall

Green Bay Packers

Davante Adams WR Fresno State
A bigger, physical receiver to complement Randall Cobb and Co.
Round 2 - Pick 22 - 54th Overall

Tennessee Titans

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Round 2 - Pick 23 - 55th Overall

Cincinnati Bengals

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Round 2 - Pick 24 - 56th Overall

San Francisco 49ers

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Round 2 - Pick 25 - 57th Overall

Miami Dolphins

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Round 2 - Pick 26 - 58th Overall

New Orleans Saints

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Round 2 - Pick 27 - 59th Overall

Indianapolis Colts

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Round 2 - Pick 28 - 60th Overall

Carolina Panthers

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Round 2 - Pick 29 - 61st Overall

San Francisco 49ers

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Round 2 - Pick 30 - 62nd Overall

New England Patriots

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Round 2 - Pick 31 - 63rd Overall

Denver Broncos

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Round 2 - Pick 32 - 64th Overall

Seattle Seahawks

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