NFLDraftScout.com's Derek Stephens grades every pick of the second and third round of the 2014 NFL Draft.
The New Orleans Saints traded running back Chris Ivory to the New York Jets on Friday. In return for Ivory, the Saints received the Jets fourth round pick (104th overall).
The Minnesota Vikings were the big winners of the first round but the 49ers, Rams, Steelers and Bengals also made moves that could pay off immediately. Which teams, on the other hand, made head-scratching picks in the top 32? Rob Rang grades each selection of the first round.
With a bounty of picks to play with, general manager Les Snead and head coach Jeff Fisher could be poised to accomplish the improbable -- overtaking heavy favorite San Francisco and Seattle to take the NFC West.
Arrelious Benn, a 2009 second-round pick comes to Philadelphia with 59 career receptions for 862 yards and five TDs. He possesses the size that Chip Kelly has preferred at receiver while coaching at Oregon.

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