The Cowboys have taken offensive lineman Zack Martin with No. 16 pick.
The SEC's dominance was on full display in the NFL Draft. A quarter of the players taken came from the SEC, and no other conference produced half as many. Sixty-three of 254 players selected hailed from SEC schools.
The Denver Broncos selected Miami of Ohio quarterback Zac Dysert in the seventh round with the 234th overall pick in Saturday's NFL Draft.
After 254 picks over three days, the 2013 NFL Draft is in the books. And, as is customary every year since 1976, we're celebrating the final player taken, affectionately known as Mr. Irrelevant. So, tight end Justice Cunningham, now a member of the Colts, here's to you facing extremely long odds of making an NFL roster.
The San Diego Chargers selected Southern Utah quarterback Brad Sorensen in the seventh round with the 221st overall pick in Saturday's NFL Draft.
With the No. 182nd overall pick in the sixth round, the Carolina Panthers selected running back Kenjon Barner out of Oregon.
With the No. 144 overall pick in the fifth round, the New Orleans Saints selected wide receiver Kenny Stills out of Oklahoma. Stills (6-1, 194) had career-highs in catches (82), receiving yards (959) and touchdowns (11) in 2012.
With the No. 138 overall pick in the fifth round, the Seattle Seahawks selected cornerback Tharold Simon out of LSU. Simon made headlines this week when he was arrested on Thursday night in his hometown of Eunice, La. and charged with alleged public intimidation, resisting an officer and unnecessary noise violation. Simon is contemplating legal action against the Eunice police department.
The Jaguars select Denard Robinson in the 5th round (135th pick) of the 2013 NFL Draft.
The Seattle Seahawks selected Alabama defensive tackle Jesse Williams with the fourth pick in the fifth round (137th overall) of Saturday's NFL Draft.

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