2020 NFL Draft Order

The Cincinnati Bengals own the No. 1 pick of the 2020 National Football League Draft, which will be held April 23-25 in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Below is the tentative order of the first round was announced today by the NFL, subject to the results of the playoffs.

The draft order is determined by the following procedures:

(A) The winner of the Super Bowl game shall select last and the loser of such game shall select next-to-last in all rounds, regardless of the record of such participating clubs in the regular season.

(B) The losers of the Conference Championship games shall select 29th and 30th in all rounds, according to the reverse order of their standing.

(C) The losers of the Divisional playoff games shall select in the 25th through 28th positions in all rounds, according to the reverse order of their standing.

(D) The losers of the Wild Card games shall select in the 21st through 24th positions in all rounds, according to the reverse order of their standing.

(E) Clubs not participating in the playoffs shall select in the first through 20th positions in all rounds, according to the reverse order of their standing.

If, after all the foregoing procedures have been applied, ties still exist in any grouping except (A) above, such ties shall be broken by figuring the aggregate won-lost-tied percentage of each involved club's regular-season opponents and awarding preferential selection order to the club that faced the schedule of teams with the lowest aggregate won-lost-tied percentage.

If ties still exist between teams in the same division or the same conference, the divisional or conference tie-breaking method shall be used, whichever is applicable.

If ties still exist, the procedures for breaking ties for teams of different conferences shall be applied.

Clubs involved in two-club ties will alternate positions from round to round. In ties that involve three or more clubs, the club at the top of a tied segment in a given round will move to the bottom of the segment for the next round, while all other clubs in the segment move up one position. This rotation continues throughout the Draft.

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

The following is a full list of the Steelers round-by-round draft picks.

First Round – No pick (traded to Miami Dolphins for Minkah Fitzpatrick)

Second Round – 17th pick in round – 49th overall

Third Round – 38th pick in round – 102nd overall (compensatory pick)

  • Steelers traded their original third round pick to move up to select Devin Bush in 2019 NFL Draft

Fourth Round – 18th pick in round – 124th overall

Fourth Round – 29th pick in round – 135th overall (Acquired via Fitzpatrick trade)

Fifth Round – No pick (Traded two picks – one in Fitzpatrick trade, one in Nick Vannett trade)

Sixth Round – 19th pick in round – 198th overall

Seventh Round – 18th pick in round – 232nd overall

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