1970 NFL Draft - Round 15

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
15
365
Pittsburgh Steelers
Glen Keppy, DT
Wisconsin-Platteville
15
366
Chicago Bears
Phil Abraira, DB
Florida State
15
367
Miami Dolphins
Pat Hauser, WR
East Tennessee State
15
368
Boston Patriots
Kent Schoolfield, WR
Florida A&M
15
369
Buffalo Bills
Dave Farris, TE
Central Michigan
15
370
St. Louis Cardinals
Ron Wilson, WR
Western Illinois
15
371
Philadelphia Eagles
John Carlos, WR
San Jose State
15
372
Cincinnati Bengals
Marvin Weeks, DB
Alcorn State
15
373
San Francisco 49ers
Dave Delsignore, WR
Youngstown State
15
374
New Orleans Saints
Jim Vest, DE
Washington State
15
375
Denver Broncos
Maher Barakat, K
South Dakota Tech
15
376
Atlanta Falcons
Keith Mauney, DB
Princeton
15
377
New York Giants
Warren Muir, RB
South Carolina
15
378
Houston Oilers
Dave Sharp, OT
Stanford
15
379
San Diego Chargers
Eugene Childs, RB
Texas-El Paso
15
381
Washington Redskins
Vic Lewandowski, C
Holy Cross
15
382
Baltimore Colts
Philip Gary, DE
Kentucky State
15
383
Detroit Lions
Bob Haney, OT
Idaho
15
385
Cleveland Browns
Guy Homoly, DB
Illinois State
15
386
Los Angeles Rams
Dag Azam, OG
West Texas A&M
15
387
Dallas Cowboys
Ken DeLong, TE
Tennessee
15
388
Oakland Raiders
Fred Moore, WR
Washington State
15
389
Minnesota Vikings
Bennie Francis, DE
Chadron State

1970 NFL Draft Results by Team

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