PHILADELPHIA -- No surprise at the top of the NFL draft: Texas A&M defensive end Myles Garrett was the first choice, by the Cleveland Browns.
Coming off a 1-15 season, the Browns need help everywhere. They began filling holes Thursday night by grabbing Garrett, a junior and All-American with dynamic passing rushing skills, probably the best of any player in this draft. While Garrett was bothered by some injuries last season, at times he was unblockable in the tough SEC.
Garrett is the first Aggie selected No. 1 overall.
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The Chicago Bears surprised the NFL by trading up to take North Carolina quarterback Mitchell Trubisky at No. 2.
There was some thought they might wait a round or two to take a QB. Instead, the Bears jumped at the chance to take Trubisky even though they signed Mike Glennon after cutting Jay Cutler.
The 6-foot-2, 222-pound Trubisky ranked fifth in the country with a 68.0 completion percentage, threw 30 touchdowns against just six picks, and averaged 288 passing yards per game.
The Bears gave the San Francisco 49ers the No. 3 pick and a pick next year.
The 49ers selected Stanford defensive lineman Solomon Thomas with the No. 3 pick.
General manager John Lynch traded down one spot with Chicago to get extra picks in the second and third round this year and a third-rounder next year.
CBSSports.com's Will Brinson wsas impressed with Lynch's moves, writing, "Rookies aren't supposed to step in on the first day and act like veterans. That's a pretty solid lesson from the draft. But the 49ers' first-year general manager John Lynch and his personnel staff flipped that notion on its head with an outstanding opening salvo to his tenure in San Francisco."
This is the third straight year the Niners have taken a defensive lineman with their first pick. They took Arik Armstead in 2015 and DeForest Buckner last year.
The Jacksonville Jaguars have selected LSU running back Leonard Fournette with the fourth overall pick in the NFL draft, giving Tom Coughlin the bruising back he craves in his return to the floundering franchise.
Fournette should boost one of the league's worst offenses and take some pressure off struggling quarterback Blake Bortles.
Fournette ran for 3,840 yards and 40 touchdowns in three seasons in Baton Rouge, despite missing five games with an ankle injury in 2016. He averaged 6.2 yards a carry.
The Jaguars addressed most of their defensive needs in free agency, leaving them to go heavy on the offense in the draft.
The Tennessee Titans have given quarterback Marcus Mariota a playmaking receiver by selecting Western Michigan's Corey Davis with the fifth pick in the NFL draft.
Davis ended his college career as the only Football Bowl Subdivision player with at least 300 catches, 5,000 yards and 50 touchdown receptions.
The Titans got a breakthrough season last year from Rishard Matthews but need another wide receiver after allowing Kendall Wright to sign with Chicago as a free agent.
The Titans obtained the pick as part of the trade that sent last year's No. 1 overall selection to the Los Angeles Rams. The Titans also have the 18th pick.
No. 6 overall pick goes to Jamal Adams for the New York Jets as safety.
No. 7 overall pick for the Los Angeles Chargers is Mike Williams as wide receiver.
No. 8 overall pick for the North Carolina Panthers is Christian McCaffrey as running back.
No. 9 overall pick for the Cincinnati Bengals is John Ross as wide receiver.
No. 10 overall pick goes to Patrick Mahomes who will be quarterback for the Kansas City Chiefs.