1970 NFL Draft - Round 17

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
17
417
Pittsburgh Steelers
Harry Key, TE
Mississippi Valley State
17
418
Chicago Bears
Joe Brunson, DT
Furman
17
419
Miami Dolphins
George Myles, DT
Morris Brown
17
420
Boston Patriots
Joe Killingworth, WR
Oklahoma
17
421
Buffalo Bills
George Bevan, DB
Louisiana State
17
422
Cincinnati Bengals
Dick Smith, RB
Washington State
17
423
St. Louis Cardinals
Cliff Powell, LB
Arkansas
17
424
Philadelphia Eagles
Mike Sizelove, TE
Idaho
17
425
San Francisco 49ers
Mike Culton, P
La Verne
17
427
Denver Broncos
Frank Kalfoss, K
Montana State
17
429
New York Giants
Walter Breaux, DT
Grambling
17
431
San Diego Chargers
Dave Sanks, OG
Louisville
17
433
Washington Redskins
Earl Maxfield, DT
Baylor
17
434
Baltimore Colts
Alvin Pearman, WR
Colgate
17
435
Detroit Lions
Jesse Marshall, DT
Centenary (LA)
17
436
Cleveland Browns
Charles Tabb, RB
McMurry
17
437
Los Angeles Rams
Don Crenshaw, DB
Southern California
17
438
Dallas Cowboys
Glenn Patterson, C
Nebraska
17
439
Oakland Raiders
Eric Stolberg, WR
Indiana
17
440
New York Jets
Dick Beard, RB
Kentucky
17
441
Minnesota Vikings
Brian Healy, DB
Michigan
17
442
Kansas City Chiefs
Rayford Jenkins, DB
Alcorn State

1970 NFL Draft Results by Team

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