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New Orleans Saints draft history: 2010 draft

The Saints drafted Patrick Robinson with the 32nd pick in the first round

The 2010 draft is the year the New Orleans Saints acquired tight end Jimmy Graham in the third round with the 95th overall pick. First-round pick Patrick Robinson also became a starter for the Saints. Robinson spent five seasons with the Saints before going to the San Diego Chargers (2015), Indianapolis Cots (2016), and the Philadelphia Eagles (2017) where he won a Super Bowl championship. On March 19, 2018 Robinson returned to the Saints roster.

Patrick Robinson Florida State CB #32
Charles Brown Southern California T #64
Jimmy Graham Miami TE #95
Al Woods Louisiana State DT #123 Choice from Arizona
Matt Tennant Boston College C #158 Choice from Jacksonville (acquired in exchange for 2011 fourth-round pick
#163 Traded to Philadelphia
Sean Canfield Oregon State QB #239

Associated Press photos of the New Orleans Saints 2010 draft.

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