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Day Two AFC West Draft Roundup

Posted May 9, 2014

A look at what the Broncos' AFC West Rivals did in rounds two and three of the 2014 NFL Draft.

ENGLEWOOD, Colo. – Here’s a look at what each of Denver’s AFC West opponents did with their day two selections during the 2014 NFL Draft and what NFL Network Analyst Mike Mayock thought of the selections.

Oakland and San Diego each selected twice – one pick in each rounds, while Kansas City only had its third-round pick.

Click here for the day one roundup.

Kansas City Chiefs

Pick: Round 3, Pick 23 (87)
Player: Phillip Gaines
Position: CB
College: Rice
Mayock’s take:  "He's a long corner who had a tremendous combine workout. I felt like he's a developmental guy, but he has starter skills."

Oakland Raiders

Pick: Round 2, Pick 4 (36)
Player: Derek Carr
Position: QB
College: Fresno State
Mayock’s take:  "He is more athletic than people think. A lot of teams thought he was the best pure thrower in draft. I love the way this kid throws the football."

Pick: Round 3, Pick 17 (81)
Player: Gabe Jackson
Position: G
College: Mississippi State
Mayock’s take:  "Another solid pick. Jackson is a physical interior offensive lineman. Most people think he's best in a phone booth, which means he's strong and tough."

San Diego Chargers

Pick: Round 2, Pick 18 (50)
Player: Jeremiah Attaochu
Position: OLB
College: Georgia Tech
Mayock’s take:  "This is why the Chargers moved up. He is the last of the true 3-4 outside linebackers in this draft. Attaochu can play inside or outside or with his hand in the dirt. I love his motor, and he makes plays everywhere."

Pick: Round 3, Pick 25 (89)
Player: Chris Watt
Position: G
College: Notre Dame
Mayock’s take:  "This is another really good football player from Notre Dame. Watt teamed with (Dallas Cowboys first-round pick) Zack Martin on the left side of that offensive line. He's one of the smartest and toughest offensive linemen in this draft."

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