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2012 NFL Draft Order: Broncos Hold 7 Choices Heading Into April Event

After the Denver Broncos failed to be one of the 15 teams to receive compensatory draft picks, the team's draft selections are now finally set, barring any trades. The Broncos still hold their initial first-, second-, third- and fourth-round draft picks, as well as the fourth- and sixth-round choices received in the Tim Tebow trade and the fifth-round selection received in the Brandon Lloyd trade.

The Broncos traded their own 2012 fifth-round pick to the Cleveland Browns back in 2010 for quarterback Brady Quinn. The sixth-round choice went to the Philadelphia Eagles in the Brodrick Bunkley trade while the seventh-round pick belongs to the New York Jets as the last piece of the Tebow trade.

Here is a complete list of the 2012 NFL Draft order:

Round 1, Pick No. 25
Round 2, Pick No. 57
Round 3, Pick No. 87
Round 4, Pick No. 108 (from New York Jets)
Round 4, Pick No. 120
Round 5, Pick No. 137 (from St. Louis Rams)
Round 6, Pick No. 188 (from Jets)

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