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Colts announce 2017 NFL draft order, picks for 2019

The Indianapolis Colts have announced their 2017 NFL Draft order, with the first pick, No. 1 overall, at No. 2 overall to the Los Angeles Rams.

The draft order is: 1.

Rams 2.

Chargers 3.

Panthers 4.

49ers 5.

Raiders 6.

Jaguars 7.

Jets 8.

Browns 9.

Cardinals 10.

Eagles 11.

Dolphins 12.

Lions 13.

Bears 14.

Jaguars 15.

Titans 16.

Bengals 17.

Giants 18.

Texans 19.

Panthers 20.

Chiefs 21.

Bears 22.

Titans 23.

Vikings 24.

Falcons 25.

Colts 26.

Seahawks 27.

Cardinals 28.

Steelers 29.

Seahawks 30.

Cardinals 31.

Browns 32.

Chargers 33.

49ERS 34.

49ER Giants 35.

Lions 36.

Raiders 37.

Chiefs 38.

Rams 39.

Jets 40.

Jets 41.

Panthers 42.

49BERS 49ER 49ERS 49ERS: The Los Angeles Chargers selected the No. 3 overall pick in this year’s NFL Draft.

They also picked up a fourth-round pick for the third-time in the first round in 2018.

The Colts picked up the fifth pick in 2017, when the Rams selected wide receiver Alshon Jeffery.

Jeffery had two catches for 20 yards against the Packers and has two catches in his past four games.

The Chargers took defensive tackle Tyrell Adams with the second pick in 2018, and the Colts took linebacker Chris Borland in the fifth round.

The Rams, who picked up defensive tackle Kaleb Ramsey with the third pick, and Chargers took linebacker Brandon Spikes in the sixth round.

The Browns took safety Jabrill Peppers with the eighth pick.

The Jaguars picked up quarterback Jordan Lynch with the 10th pick.

The Packers and Raiders each took safety Johnathan Cyprien in the third round.

Oakland selected cornerback Malik Hooker in the fourth round, and Houston selected defensive tackle Chris Jones with the seventh pick.

Philadelphia took cornerback Damarious Randall with the fifth selection.

The Vikings took linebacker Mike Thomas with the sixth selection.

San Diego selected wide receivers Davante Adams and Eric Ebron in the eighth round, while Tennessee selected cornerback Jalen Ramsey with its third-round selection.

Seattle took running back Marshawn Lynch with its first pick and the Chargers took wide receiver Tyrell Williams with its second pick.