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NFL draft history: A look at the 154th pick

Charting the last 10 players selected at 154


The New Orleans Saints have nine selections in this year's NFL draft, including the 154th pick. Here is a look at the last 10 players selected with the 154th pick in the NFL draft:

2014: LB Jeremiah George, Iowa State to New York Jets
2013: RB Chris Thompson, Florida State to Washington
2012: LB Korey Toomer, Idaho to Seattle
2011: CB Richard Sherman, Stanford to Seattle
2010: TE Andrew Quarless, Penn State to Green Bay
2009: LB Marcus Freeman, Ohio State to Chicago
2008: OLB Kroy Biermann, Montana to Atlanta
2007: DT Clifton Ryan, Michigan State to St. Louis
2006: CB Marcus Maxey, Miami (Fla.) to Kansas City
2005: LB Robert McCune, Louisville to Washington

Over the last 10 drafts, linebackers have been selected five times… George played in six games as a rookie for Jacksonville in 2014....Thompson saw his most extensive action on offense late in the season for Washington in 2014…Toomer, a member of Seattle's Super Bowl XLVIII Championship team, contributed on special teams for St. Louis in 2014…Sherman has developed into one of the NFL's top defenders  as a three-time Associated Press first-team All-Pro who has helped lead the Seahawks to the last two Super Bowls, capturing Super Bowl XLVIII...Quarless has been a solid red zone threat and run-blocker for Green Bay, playing in 55 games with 26 starts and posting 85 catches for 909 yards and six touchdowns...Biermann has posted 21 sacks in seven seasons for the Falcons…Ryan played in 49 games with 27 starts for St. Louis from 2007-10…McCune, a U.S. Army veteran, played in eight games with Washington and Baltimore from 2005-08 and then enjoyed a five-year career in the Canadian Football League…Six of the last 10 players selected with the 154th pick are still in the NFL.

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