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LIVE UPDATES: Arizona Cardinals NFL Draft coverage on ABC15

The NFL Draft is LIVE on ABC15!
Posted: 12:29 PM, Apr 25, 2019
Updated: 2019-04-27 19:05:41-04
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The 2019 NFL Draft is here -- and ABC15 is your home for complete draft coverage!

Make sure to refresh this page often, as we'll provide updates on everything the Arizona Cardinals do in the draft. We'll also update you on everywhere that local athletes end up.

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4:05 p.m.: How'd the Cardinals do? Two positives and a negative from their 2019 draft selections.

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3:33 p.m.: The 2019 NFL Draft is over. The Cardinals owned three of the final seven picks. Here's who they selected:

Round 7, Pick 34: Morgan State offensive tackle Joshua Miles

Round 7, Pick 35: Temple defensive end Michael Dogbe

Round 7, Pick 40 (AKA Mr. Irrelevant): UCLA tight end Caleb Wilson

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3:06 p.m.: Another local product off the board: The Dallas Cowboys selected defensive end and Desert Vista High School/Oregon alum Jalen Jelks in the seventh round. Learn more about Jalen here.

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2:28 p.m.: Another pair of local guys are off the board. Cornerback and Paradise Valley High School alum Jordan Brown was selected by the Cincinnati Bengals, and Arizona Wildcats defensive tackle P.J. Johnson was selected by the Detroit Lions. Both men were taken in the seventh and final round.

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1:58 p.m.: Class act... Josh Rosen thanks Cardinals fans, congratulates Kyler Murray -- and lets Murray know his apartment in Old Town is available.

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12:49 p.m.: The Cardinals finally selected an offensive lineman, as center Lamont Gaillard from Georgia is their second sixth-round pick.

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12:24 p.m.: The Cardinals have taken a third wide receiver: Fresno State's Keesean Johnson is their selection with the first pick in Round 6. Johnson caught two passes for 33 yards vs. ASU in the Las Vegas Bowl in December.

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11:11 a.m.: Another local product off the board: Paradise Valley High School and NC State alum Ryan Finley was selected by the Cincinnati Bengals with the second pick in the fourth round. He joins N'Keal Harry and Byron Murphy as former Valley high school stars to be taken in this year's draft.

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11:08 a.m.: A second ASU player has been selected in this year's draft, as defensive tackle Renell Wren was selected by the Cincinnati Bengals in the fourth round. He joins ASU wide receiver N'Keal Harry, who was taken by the Patriots with the final pick in Round 1.

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11:06 a.m.: The Cardinals' first two selections on the final day of the NFL Draft are Iowa State wide receiver Hakeem Butler (Round 4, Pick 1) and Alabama safety Deionte Thompson (Round 5, Pick 1). Butler is a big, physical wide receiver with a similar build to N'Keal Harry, and ESPN describes Thompson as a "tall, lean free safety" who has terrific instincts.

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8:06 p.m.: Watch the Cardinals' NFL Draft Day 2 press conference here.

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7:02 p.m.: That didn't take long...

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6:49 p.m.: The Cardinals have also reportedly received the Dolphins' fifth-round pick in 2020 in the Rosen trade.

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6:44 p.m.: The Cardinals added an edge rusher by drafting Zach Allen with the first pick in the third round.

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6:25 p.m.: The Cardinals have traded Josh Rosen to the Dolphins for the 62nd overall pick. The Cardinals drafted wide receiver Andy Isabella with that pick.

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5:21 p.m.: The Dolphins were reportedly set to trade the No. 48 overall pick to the Cardinals for Josh Rosen -- but the Dolphins traded that pick to the Saints instead. Miami now owns the No. 62 overall pick, 14 spots later in the second round.

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5:00 p.m.: The Broncos selected Missouri quarterback Drew Lock with the 42nd overall pick. That means former Paradise Valley High School and NC State quarterback Ryan Finley is the best QB remaining on most draft boards.

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4:16 p.m.: WELCOME HOME: The Cardinals selected former Saguaro High School star Byron Murphy with the first pick in the second round.

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1:59 p.m.: Josh Rosen reportedly unfollowed the Cardinals on their social media channels. Here's how former NFL wide receiver Steve Smith feels about that.

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12:08 p.m.: The Cardinals are reportedly close to sending QB Josh Rosen to the Dolphins for a second-round draft pick.

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9:04 p.m.: Big news with the final pick of the first round: Chandler High School and ASU star N'Keal Harry was selected by the New England Patriots with the 32nd overall pick. The Cardinals are once again on the clock with the first pick in Round 2, beginning Friday at 5 p.m. on ABC15.

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8:26 p.m.: Mark May and Michael Bankston, a pair of former NFL players, are in the ABC15 studio to break down the Cardinals' selection of Kyler Murray. As far as the Cardinals' next selection? Both guys would like to see them select Alabama tight end Irv Smith Jr. with the first pick in Round 2.

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5:46 p.m.: The Cardinals' selection of Murray begs the obvious question: What will become of Josh Rosen? He's a likely trade candidate, but how much value will the Cardinals get for him? Remember: The Cards selected Rosen with the 10th overall pick in last year's draft, and they had to trade up in order to do so.

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5:39 p.m.: The New York Jets selected Alabama defensive tackle Quinnen Williams with the No. 3 overall pick. Williams was also reportedly considered by the Cardinals at No. 1.

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5:30 p.m.: The San Francisco 49ers selected Ohio State defensive end Nick Bosa with the No. 2 overall pick. Bosa was among the rumored candidates to be selected by the Cardinals with the top pick.

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5:24 p.m.: With the first pick in the 2019 NFL Draft, the Arizona Cardinals select Oklahoma quarterback Kyler Murray.

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3:29 p.m.: ESPN NFL Draft expert Mel Kiper Jr. is convinced the Cardinals will select quarterback Kyler Murray with the No. 1 overall pick. On Wednesday, he told ABC15 sports director Craig Fouhy that he is 100 percent confident that will happen.

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3:27 p.m.: Hey Blake Shelton, tell us how you REALLY feel...

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3:24 p.m.: Chandler High School/ASU star wide receiver N'Keal Harry told 98.7 FM's Burns & Gambo that he expects to be selected in the first round -- but if he's not, he believes there's a 95 percent chance that the Cardinals will select him with the first pick in Round 2 on Friday night.

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3:09 p.m.: NFL Network's Bucky Brooks doesn't think Heisman Trophy winner Kyler Murray is the No. 1 quarterback in the draft. He thinks that title belongs to Ohio State QB Dwayne Haskins.

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3:06 p.m.: Is quarterback Kyler Murray a lock to be the No. 1 pick, or could the Cardinals take defensive end Nick Bosa or defensive tackle Quinnen Williams instead? "They know what they're doing to do with the pick, but there is some uncertainty," NFL Network's Steve Wyche said. The Cardinals have reportedly met with all three players.

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1:37 p.m.: As of now, the Cardinals have 10 picks in this year's draft:

-Round 1: No. 1 overall
-Round 2: No. 33
-Round 3: No. 65
-Round 4: No. 103
-Round 5: No. 139
-Round 6: Nos. 174, 179
-Round 7: Nos. 248, 249, 254

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12:38 p.m.: Our partners at Arizona Sports 98.7 FM have compiled a significant list of mock drafts. Nearly all of them have the Cardinals taking Oklahoma quarterback Kyler Murray with the first overall pick.

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