1970 NFL Draft - Round 13

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
13
313
Pittsburgh Steelers
Billy Main, RB
Oregon State
13
315
Miami Dolphins
Dave Buddington, RB
Springfield
13
316
Boston Patriots
Ronnie Shelley, DB
Troy State
13
317
Buffalo Bills
Stefan Schroeder, K
Pacific (OR)
13
320
St. Louis Cardinals
Jack Thomas, OG
Mississippi State
13
321
San Francisco 49ers
Jim Vanderslice, LB
Texas Christian
13
322
New Orleans Saints
Ralph Miller, TE
Alabama State
13
323
Denver Broncos
Jim McKoy, DB
Parsons
13
324
Atlanta Falcons
Rich Stepanek, DT
Iowa
13
325
New York Giants
Gary Inskeep, OT
Wisconsin-Stout
13
327
San Diego Chargers
Bernard Bradley, DB
Utah State
13
329
Washington Redskins
Joe Patterson, OT
Lawrence
13
330
Baltimore Colts
Dave Polak, LB
Bowling Green
13
332
New York Jets
Walter Groth, DT
Baylor
13
333
Cleveland Browns
Larry Roberts, RB
Central Missouri State
13
334
Los Angeles Rams
Melvin Jones, WR
Florida A&M
13
337
Minnesota Vikings
Bob Pearce, DB
Stephen F. Austin
13
338
Kansas City Chiefs
Troy Patridge, DE
Texas-Arlington

1970 NFL Draft Results by Team

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