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May 13, 2014

2014 NFL Draft Selections

(Continued)

130. New England, James White, rb, Wisconsin.

131. Chicago (from Denver), Brock Vereen, db, Minnesota.

132. Seattle, Kevin Pierre-Louis, lb, Boston College.

133. x-Detroit, Nevon Lawson, db, Utah St.

134. x-Baltimore, Brent Urban, de, Virginia.

135. x-Houston, Tom Savage, qb, Pittsburgh.

136. x-Detroit, Larry Webster, de, Bloomsburg.

137. x-New York Jets, Dakota Dozier, g, Furman.

138. x-Baltimore, Lorenzo Taliaferro, rb, Coastal Carolina.

139. x-Atlanta, Prince Shembo, lb, Notre Dame.

140. x-New England, Cameron Fleming, ot, Stanford.

Fifth Round

141. Philadelphia (from Houston), Taylor Hart, de, Oregon.

142. Washington, Ryan Grant, wr, Tulane.

143. Tampa Bay, Kadeem Edwards, g, Tennessee State.

144. Jacksonville, Telvin Smith, lb, Florida State.

145. Minnesota (from Cleveland), David Yankey, ot, Stanford.

146. Dallas (from Oakland through Seattle and Detroit), Devin Street, wr, Pittsburgh.

147. Atlanta, Ricardo Allen, db, Purdue.

148. Carolina (from Minnesota), Bene’ Benwikere, db, San Jose State.

149. Tampa Bay (from Buffalo), Kevin Pamphile, ot, Purdue.

150. San Francisco (from Detroit through Jacksonville, Aaron Lynch, de, South Florida.

151. Tennessee, Avery Williamson, lb, Kentucky.

152. New York Giants, Nat Berhe, db, San Diego State.

153. Buffalo (from St. Louis), Cyril Richardson, g, Baylor.

154. New York Jets, Jeremiah George, lb, Iowa State.

155. Miami, Arthur Lynch, te, Georgia.

156. Denver (from Chicago), Lamin Barrow, lb, LSU.

157. Pittsburgh, Shaquille Richardson, db, Arizona.

158. Detroit (from Dallas), Caraun Reid, dt, Princeton.

159. Jacksonville (from Baltimore), Chris Smith de, Arkansas.

160. Arizona, Ed Stinson, de, Alabama.

161. Green Bay, Corey Linsley, c, Ohio State.

162. Philadelphia, Ed Reynolds, db, Stanford.

163. Kansas City, Aaron Murray, qb, Georgia.

164. Cincinnati, A.J. McCarron, qb, Alabama.

165. San Diego, Ryan Carrethers, db, Arkansas State.

166. Indianapolis, Jonathan Newsome, lb, Ball State.

167. New Orleans, Vinnie Sunseri, db, Alabama.

168. Atlanta (from Carolina through Minnesota), Marquis Spruill, lb, Syracuse.

169. New Orleans (from New England through Philadelphia), Ronald Powell, lb, Florida.

170. San Francisco, Keith Reaser, db, FAU.

171. Miami (from Denver through San Francisco), Jordan Tripp, lb, Montana.

172. Seattle, Jimmy Staten, dt, Middle Tennessee.

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