1970 NFL Draft - Round 14

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
14
339
Chicago Bears
Jim Morgan, WR
Henderson State
14
341
Miami Dolphins
Gary Brackett, OG
Holy Cross
14
342
Buffalo Bills
Bill Costen, OT
Morris Brown
14
343
Boston Patriots
Garvie Craw, RB
Michigan
14
344
Cincinnati Bengals
Joe Johnson, WR
Johnson C. Smith
14
345
St. Louis Cardinals
Ray Groth, WR
Utah
14
347
San Francisco 49ers
Jack King, OG
Clemson
14
349
Denver Broncos
Jeff Slipp, DE
Brigham Young
14
350
New York Giants
Rodney Brand, C
Arkansas
14
351
Atlanta Falcons
Chuck Wald, WR
North Dakota State
14
352
Houston Oilers
Clair Rasmussen, OG
Wisconsin-Oshkosh
14
353
Green Bay Packers
Bob Lints, OG
Eastern Michigan
14
354
San Diego Chargers
Tyrone Caldwell, DT
South Carolina State
14
355
Washington Redskins
Tony Moro, RB
Dayton
14
359
Cleveland Browns
Jim Tharpe, LB
Lincoln (MO)
14
361
Dallas Cowboys
Julian Martin, WR
North Carolina Central
14
362
Oakland Raiders
John Riley, K
Auburn
14
363
Minnesota Vikings
Tom Spinks, WR
Louisiana Tech
14
364
Kansas City Chiefs
Glen Dumont, RB
American International

1970 NFL Draft Results by Team