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NFL Draft history: A look at the 164th pick

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Pick No. 164:

2017: G Isaac Asiata, Utah to Miami

2016: T Halapoulivaati Vaitai, TCU to Philadelphia

2015: CB Lorenzo Doss, Tulane to Denver

2014: QB A.J. McCarron, Alabama to Cincinnati

2013: RB Mike Gillislee, Florida to Miami

2012: DE/OLB Jonathan Massaquoi, Troy to Atlanta

2011: CB Chykie Brown, Texas to Baltimore

2010: CB Crezdon Butler, Clemson to Pittsburgh

2009: P Thomas Morstead, SMU to New Orleans

2008: G Carl Nicks, Nebraska to New Orleans

Over the last 10 drafts, three cornerbacks and three offensive linemen have been picked…Vaitai has opened 16 games at left and right tackle for the Eagles and took over starting left tackle duties for an injured Jason Peters starting in Week Seven of Philadelphia's championship campaign…Doss, a former St. Augustine and Tulane standout, played in 15 games for Denver from 2015-17 and is currently with Carolina…In four seasons for the Bengals, McCarron started three games and will compete for the starting spot with Buffalo in 2018…Over the past three seasons, for Buffalo (2015-16) and New England (2017), Gillislee has rushed for 1,227 yards and 16 TDs…Over three seasons with Atlanta, Massaquoi recorded six sacks…Brown appeared in 59 career games for three teams from 2011-14 and contributed on defense and special teams…Butler played in 46 games for eight teams from 2010-16 and now plays for the CFL's Saskatchewan Roughriders…Morstead has punted in 142 regular season games for New Orleans and 10 more postseason contests. His 41.3 career net punting average ranks second in NFL record books…From 2008-11, Nicks was one of the NFL's most dominant guards for New Orleans, starting 61 games at left guard, being selected to two Pro Bowls and as a 2011 AP first-team All-Pro.

Photos of New Orleans Saints P Thomas Morstead from the 2013 season (New Orleans Saints photos)

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