1970 NFL Draft - Round 11

The 1970 NFL Draft was held on January 27-28, 1970. A total of 442 players were chosen over 17 rounds. The Pittsburgh Steelers chose Quarterback Terry Bradshaw from Louisiana Tech as the first pick in the draft. Future Hall of Famers Terry Bradshaw and Mel Blount were selected in this draft.

Rnd
Pick
Team / Player
11
262
Chicago Bears
Ted Rose, TE
Northern Michigan
11
263
Miami Dolphins
Brownie Wheless, OT
Rice
11
264
Boston Patriots
Dennis Bramlett, OT
Texas-El Paso
11
265
Buffalo Bills
Terry Williams, RB
Grambling
11
266
Cincinnati Bengals
Sam Wallace, LB
Grambling
11
269
San Francisco 49ers
Dan Crockett, WR
Toledo
11
270
New Orleans Saints
Gary Klahr, LB
Arizona
11
271
Denver Broncos
Cleve Bryant, DB
Ohio
11
273
New York Giants
Alan Pitcaithley, RB
Oregon
11
274
Houston Oilers
Bob Morris, C
Duke
11
276
Green Bay Packers
Dan Hook, LB
Humboldt State
11
278
Baltimore Colts
George Edwards, RB
Fairmont State
11
279
Detroit Lions
Roger Laird, DB
Kentucky State
11
281
Cleveland Browns
Gene Benner, WR
Maine
11
282
Los Angeles Rams
David Bookert, RB
New Mexico
11
283
Dallas Cowboys
Ivan Southerland, OT
Clemson
11
284
Oakland Raiders
Emery Hicks, LB
Kansas
11
285
Kansas City Chiefs
Bill O'Neal, RB
Grambling

1970 NFL Draft Results by Team

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