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est 1989
Because Oakland and San Francisco finished with equal records and strengths of schedule and are in different conferences, their order will be determined by a coin flip held at the NFL Scouting Combine in early 2018. Oakland and San Francisco will then rotate picking 9th and 10th in each round.. Because Buffalo reached the playoffs, it is not considered part of the five-way tie at 97. Buffalo will receive the 21st selection in each round.
Picks listed are before draft day.
Check each round for draft day changes.
NFL Draft  -  2018
Round 1   (picks 1-32)     * coin flip
#
Pick
Team
pick traded from
Player
Pos

#
Pick
Team
pick traded from
Player
Pos
1
1
Cleveland



17

LA Chargers



2
2
NY Giants



18

Seattle



3
3
NY Jets
Indianapolis


19

Dallas



4
4
Cleveland
Houston


20

Detroit



5
5
Denver



21

Cincinnati
Buffalo


6
6
Indianapolis
NY Jets


22

Buffalo
Kansas City


7
7
Tampa Bay



23

New England
LA Rams


8
8
Chicago



24

Carolina



9
9
San Francisco



25

Tennessee



10
10
Oakland



26

Atlanta



11
11
Miami



27

New Orleans



12
12
Buffalo
Cincinnati


28

Pittsburgh



13
13
Washington



29

Jacksonville



14
14
Green Bay



30

Minnesota



15
15
Arizona



31

New England



16
16
Baltimore



32

Philadelphia



Team
Picks
1
2
3
4
5
6
7

Team
Picks
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Arizona
8
15
15
15,33
34
15
8
36
Baltimore
8
16
20
19
18
17
16,41
20
Atlanta
7
26
26
26
26
--
26
26,38
Buffalo
9
12.22
21,24
1,32
21
29
13
--
Carolina
8
24
23
21,24
--
24
23
16,24
Cincinnati
11
21
14
13,36
12
14,21,33
--
31,34,35
Chicago
7
8
7
--
5,15
8
7
6
Cleveland
9
1,4
1,3,32
--
14
13
1
1
Dallas
10
19
18
17
16,37
34
18,19,34
18
Denver
8
5
8
7,35
6,13
12,23
--
--
Detroit
6
20
19
18
17
16
--
19
Houston
8
---
---
4,16,34
3
--
3,37,40
4
Green Bay
12
14
13
12
1,33
1,35,37
12,33
14,21
Indianapolis
9
6
4,5,17
3
4
3
4
3
LA Rams
8
--
---
23
11,35,36
--
2,9,20,21
--
Jacksonville
7
29
29
29
29
--
29
12.29
Minnesota
8
30
30
30
--
30
30,39,44
7
Kansas City
8
---
22
14,22
22,24
--
22
15,25
New Orleans
8
27
--
27
27
10,27
15,27
27
LA Chargers
7
17
16
20
19
18
17
33
NY Giants
6
2
2
2,5
8
2
--
--
Miami
8
11
10
9
23,31
--
35
9,11
Philadelphia
6
32
--
--
30,32
32
32
32
New England
7
23,31
11,31
31
--
--
24,36
--
San Francisco
9
9
27
6,10
28
6
10
5,22
NY Jets
6
3
---
8
7
20
5
17
Seattle
8
18
--
--
20
4,9,19,31
--
8,30
Oakland
11
10
9
11
10
22,36
11,38,42,43
10
Tampa Bay
7
7
6
--
2
7
6,28
37
Pittsburgh
7
28
28
28
--
11,28
--
2,28
Washington
8
13
12
--
9
5,26
14
13,23
Tennessee
6
25
25
25
25
25
25
--
Under the NFL's collective bargaining agreement, teams that lose more or better "compensatory" free agents than they acquire in a year are eligible to receive compensatory draft choices. No team can receive more than four. The choices range from the 3rd to the 7th rounds, and they are all positioned at the bottom of the round. The NFL Management Council determines the number and value of the compensatory picks, and it guards the secrecy of its compensatory formula like Coke guards its secret recipe. This much is known: The NFL formula is based on salary, playing time, postseason awards and the net of free agents lost versus free agents signed. There are 32 compensatory picks and no team can receive more than 4. If 32 picks are not awarded than the remaing picks will be given to teams as if it was the 8th round, until the picks reach 32. This would happen at the end of round 7. Compensatory picks can be traded.
2018 NFL draft is set for
Dallas at AT&T Stadium - April 26-28
Time Limits by Round
Round 1 - 10 minutes
Trades / draft trades for 2018 picks
Team From
Team To
2018 round
Houston
Cleveland
1st
Kansas City
Buffalo
1st
Buffalo
Cincinnati
swap 1st rds
NY Jets
Indianapolis
swap 1st rds
LA Rams
New England
1st



Green Bay as of now will have 12 picks in the 2018 draft.