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Updated 2019 NFL Draft order for second and third round picks on Day 2

Updated 2019 NFL Draft order for second and third round picks on Day 2

The first round of the 2019 NFL Draft is in the books, and now all 32 teams will turn their attention to the second and third rounds taking place Friday night in Nashville.

The New England Patriots should be among the busier teams on Day 2 with two picks in the second round and three in the third round.

We saw several trades Thursday in which second- and third-round picks were swapped between teams. Here's the updated draft order for the second and third rounds of the 2019 NFL Draft.

ROUND 2
33. Arizona
34. Indianapolis (via Jets)
35. Oakland
36. San Francisco
37. Seattle (via Giants)
38. Jacksonville
39. Tampa Bay
40. Buffalo
41. Denver
42. Cincinnati
43. Detroit
44. Green Bay
45. L.A. Rams (via Atlanta)
46. Indianapolis (via Washington)
47. Carolina
48. Miami
49. Cleveland
50. Minnesota
51. Tennessee
52. Denver (via Pittsburgh)
53. Philadelphia (via Baltimore)
54. Houston (via Seattle)
55. Houston
56. New England (via Chicago)
57. Philadelphia
58. Dallas
59. Indianapolis
60. L.A. Chargers
61. Kansas City
62. New Orleans
63. Kansas City (via L.A. Rams)
64. New England

ROUND 3
65. Arizona
66. Pittsburgh (via Oakland)
67. San Francisco
68. N.Y. Jets
69. Jacksonville
70. Tampa Bay
71. Denver
72. Cincinnati
73. New England (via Detroit)
74. Buffalo
75. Green Bay
76. Washington
77. Carolina
78. Miami
79. L.A. Rams (via Atlanta)
80. Cleveland
81. Minnesota
82. Tennessee
83. Pittsburgh
84. Kansas City (via Seattle)
85. Baltimore
86. Houston
87. Chicago
88. Detroit (via Philadelphia)
89. Indianapolis
90. Dallas
91. L.A. Chargers
92. Seattle (via Kansas City)
93. N.Y. Jets (via New Orleans)
94. L.A. Rams
95. N.Y. Giants (via New England, Cleveland)
96. Washington*
97. New England*
98. Jacksonville (via L.A. Rams)*
99. L.A. Rams*
100. Carolina*
101. New England*
102. Baltimore*

*compensatory picks

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Quick Slants the Podcast: Rodney Harrison on Belichick, Brady and more; Edelman signs extension

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Quick Slants the Podcast: Rodney Harrison on Belichick, Brady and more; Edelman signs extension

1:42 - Tom Curran is joined by 2019 Patriots Hall of Fame Inductee Rodney Harrison to talk about his time with the Patriots

3:12 - Rodney recalls his first meeting with Bill Belichick, immediately understanding the football culture in New England and how the Patriots head coach let him be himself on the field.

5:29 - After being released by the Chargers and picked up by the Patriots, Harrison focused on earning the respect of his teammates, even if it meant being extra aggressive.

8:02 - Rodney gets into detail about the situation with Lawyer Milloy, how he felt replacing the longtime Patriots safety and what lessons he took from it.

10:42 - Tom asks Rodney how he feels about Tom Brady skipping OTAs and if he thinks mental health is become more and more important for football players.

14:39 - With Julian Edelman signing a two-year contract extension with the Patriots, Tom looks back at the evolution of No. 11's career in New England.

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Star trainer predicts Patriots' N'Keal Harry will have 1,000-yard rookie season

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Star trainer predicts Patriots' N'Keal Harry will have 1,000-yard rookie season

The New England Patriots' selection of N'Keal Harry in the first round of the 2019 NFL Draft received rave reviews in expert draft grades, but media members aren't the only people excited for what the future holds for the former Arizona State wide receiver.

Famed trainer Travelle Gaines, whose clients have included NFL stars such as Saquon Barkley and Antonio Brown, worked with Harry before the draft. Gaines explained on the latest "Lefkoe Show" from Bleacher Report why he's confident Harry will be a success in the NFL.

"How focused he is," Gaines said. "He's almost oblivious to what's going on outside around him. He's just focused on training and playing football."

Well, that sounds like the ideal player for Bill Belichick and the Patriots. 

Gaines also was asked what type of player Patriots quarterback Tom Brady is getting in Harry.

"(Brady) has an athlete that's going to compete and he has an athlete that can go up and get (the ball)," Gaines said. "And he's a lot faster than people think. He returned kickoffs and punts this year. He wasn't just a receiver. Again, I definitely think he's going to be a 1,000-yard receiver as a rookie. I definitely think he's probably going to win NFL Rookie of the Year. And I'm not saying that because I trained him, I'm saying that because he's in the best position of all offensive rookies in the NFL this year."

Oddsmakers are a little less optimistic about Harry's chances of winning Rookie of the Year. Caesars Palace had him at +1000 (fourth-best odds) to win the award earlier this month.

He's not a bad bet, though. Harry has a real chance to be a critical player in the Patriots' offense, especially after the offseason departures of tight end Rob Gronkowski and wide receivers Chris Hogan and Cordarrelle Patterson. We also don't know if suspended wideout  Josh Gordon will be eligible to play at all in 2019.

It's not unreasonable to think Harry could hit the 1,000-yard mark and be a top contender for Rookie of the Year. And according to Gaines, the young wide receiver certainly has the work ethic needed to reach those goals.

Ex-NFL QB compares N'Keal Harry to Larry Fitzgerald>>>

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