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New Orleans Saints draft history: 2010 draft

Taking a look back at the 2010 draft

The story of the 2010 draft for the New Orleans Saints is how they stole tight end Jimmy Graham in the third round with the 95th overall pick. He has become the team's most dangerous offensive weapon and a mismatch for most teams. He lasted as long as he did because he played football for Miami for just one season after originally competing for the Hurricanes on their basketball team. First-round pick Patrick Robinson also became a starter for the Saints and is working his way back from an injury.

Held April 22-24, 2010

1.            Patrick Robinson, cb (32)              Florida State

2.            Charles Brown, t (64)      Southern California

3.            Jimmy Graham, te (95)  Miami (Fla.)

4.            Al Woods, dt (123)           Louisiana State

                choice from Arizona

5.            Matt Tennant, c (158)    Boston College

                choice from Jacksonville (acquired in exchange for

                2011 fourth-round pick)

5.            (#163) Traded to Philadelphia

6.            (#201) Traded to Arizona with #130 in exchange for


7.            Sean Canfield, qb (239) Oregon State

The top-100 photos of New Orleans Saints TE Jimmy Graham from the 2013 season (New Orleans Saints photos)

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