Who was the first pick in 2013 NFL?
Eric Fisher was chosen first overall by the Kansas City Chiefs, becoming the fourth offensive lineman ever to be selected with the top pick (all of them being tackles), since the first Common draft in 1967.
Who was the 13th pick in the 2013 NFL draft?
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What is Luke Joeckel doing now?
After retiring from football in 2018, Joeckel and his family moved to Lakewood. Neighbors might see him around town organizing student camps, speaking at his alma mater, Arlington High School, or volunteering at Woodrow football practices.
Who went to Texas tech and was drafted by the Jaguars?
He was drafted by the Jacksonville Jaguars second overall in the 2013 NFL Draft. He played college football at Texas A&M, starting all 37 games at left tackle from 2010 to 2012….Luke Joeckel.
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|Born:||November 6, 1991 Arlington, Texas|
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|Weight:||307 lb (139 kg)|
Who was the number 1 pick in the 2013 NFL Draft?
Archived (PDF) from the original on October 24, 2013. Retrieved October 24, 2013. ^ Teicher, Adam (April 25, 2013). “KC selects offensive lineman Eric Fisher with No. 1 overall pick”.
Who were the NFC players of the Month for October 2013?
^ a b c “Lions WR Calvin Johnson, Cowboys LB Sean Lee & Packers K Mason Crosby named NFC Players of Month for October” (PDF). NFL. October 31, 2013. Archived (PDF) from the original on November 1, 2013.
What draft picks did the Chiefs trade in 2013?
Mar 12, 2013: Chiefs traded 2013 2nd round pick (34th overall subsequently traded, Justin Hunter) and 2014 2nd round pick (56th overall subsequently traded, Cody Latimer) to 49ers for Alex Smith
What draft picks did the Cardinals trade in 2013?
Apr 2, 2013: Cardinals traded 2013 6th round pick (176th overall subsequently traded, David Quessenberry) and 2014 7th round pick (235th overall, Shelby Harris) to Raiders for Carson Palmer and 2013 7th round pick (219th overall, D.C. Jefferson)