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Final NFL Draft order: The first three rounds are set

The 2015 NFL Draft order is now set for the first three rounds.

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With the Super Bowl in the books, the 2014 NFL season has officially come to a close. This means that the offseason has arrived, and it also means that the 2015 NFL Draft order is now set for the first three rounds. Most of this lineup was in place weeks ago, but the first 96 spots have now been determined with the playoffs over. Take a look (via SB Nation):

First round

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

Second round

33. Tennessee Titans
34. Tampa Bay Buccaneers
35. Oakland Raiders
36. Jacksonville Jaguars
37. New York Jets
38. Washington Redskins
39. Chicago Bears
40. New York Giants
41. St. Louis Rams
42. Atlanta Falcons
43. Cleveland Browns
44. New Orleans Saints
45. Minnesota Vikings
46. San Francisco 49ers
47. Miami Dolphins
48. San Diego Chargers
49. Kansas City Chiefs
50. Buffalo Bills
51. Houston Texans
52. Philadelphia Eagles
53. Cincinnati Bengals
54. Detroit Lions
55. Arizona Cardinals
56. Pittsburgh Steelers
57. Carolina Panthers
58. Baltimore Ravens
59. Denver Broncos
60. Dallas Cowboys
61. Indianapolis Colts
62. Green Bay Packers
63. Seattle Seahawks
64. New England Patriots

Third round

65. Tampa Bay Buccaneers
66. Tennessee Titans
67. Jacksonville Jaguars
68. Oakland Raiders
69. Washington Redskins
70. New York Jets
71. Chicago Bears
72. St. Louis Rams
73. Atlanta Falcons
74. New York Giants
75. New Orleans Saints
76. Minnesota Vikings
77. Cleveland Browns
78. Miami Dolphins
79. San Francisco 49ers
80. Kansas City Chiefs
81. Buffalo Bills
82. Houston Texans
83. San Diego Chargers
84. Philadelphia Eagles
85. Cincinnati Bengals
86. Arizona Cardinals
87. Pittsburgh Steelers
88. Detroit Lions
89. Carolina Panthers
90. Baltimore Ravens
91. Dallas Cowboys
92. Denver Broncos
93. Indianapolis Colts
94. Green Bay Packers
95. Seattle Seahawks
96. New England Patriots

The full seven-round draft order will be released in March when compensatory picks are announced. The Detroit Lions aren't projected to receive any extra selections this year, but that could obviously change when the official announcement is made by the NFL later in the offseason.

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