Current 2013 NFL Draft Order: Super Bowl to decide final draft order

Ron Chenoy-US PRESSWIRE

The 2013 NFL Draft order is nearly complete, but the final two selections will be determined by the result of Super Bowl XLVII.

Following the AFC and NFC Championship games, the 2013 NFL Draft order is nearly set. The first 30 teams have been slotted into their picks with the final two slots to be decided with the Super Bowl.

For more on the Broncos draft, visit Mile High Report

After they lost to Baltimore in the Divisional round, the Denver Broncos were slotted into the No. 28 pick in the first round. New England checked in one pick later after losing to Baltimore in the AFC Championship while Atlanta moved into the No. 30 slot after losing to San Francisco.

Whichever team loses the Super Bowl will receive the No. 31 pick while the winner will get the No. 32 pick. With the No. 28 pick, the Broncos will be selecting the latest they have in the first round since they used the No. 31 pick in 1999. Denver didn't have a first round selection last season, but have picked in the top 20 with seven of their last nine first round picks.

The Broncos have had some success with the No. 28 pick as the last time they used it they selected defensive tackle Trevor Pryce. Pryce racked up 64 sacks in nine seasons with Denver while being voted to four Pro Bowls.

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