2012 NFL Draft Order Finalized With Coin Flips

We have known since the 2012 Super Bowl that the New York Giants would select 32nd in the 2012 NFL Draft. Before that we knew that the New York Jets would pick 16th. There were, however, still a couple of issues to be settled with the final order.

Those were finally taken care of in Friday. The Miami Dolphins will select eighth, the Carolina Panthers ninth, the Kansas City Chiefs 11th and the Seattle Seahawks 12th, following coin flips held at the NFL Scouting Combine.

Here’s the final 2012 NFL draft order:

1. Indianapolis Colts
2. St. Louis Rams
3. Minnesota Vikings
4. Cleveland Browns
5. Tampa Bay Buccaneers
6. Washington Redskins
7. Jacksonville Jaguars
8. Miami Dolphins
9. Carolina Panthers
10. Buffalo Bills
11 Kansas City Chiefs
12. Seattle Seahawks
13. Arizona Cardinals
14. Dallas Cowboys
15. Philadelphia Eagles
16. New York Jets
17. Cincinnati Bengals (via Oakland Raiders)
18. San Diego Chargers
19. Chicago Bears
20. Tennessee Titans
21. Cincinnati Bengals
22. Cleveland Browns (via Atlanta Falcons)
23. Detroit Lions
24. Pittsburgh Steelers
25. Denver Broncos
26. Houston Texans
27. New England Patriots (via New Orleans Saints)
28. Green Bay Packers
29. Baltimore Ravens
30. San Francisco 49ers
31. New England Patriots
32. New York Giants

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