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  1. The 1998 NFL draft was the procedure by which National Football League teams selected amateur college football players. It is officially known as the NFL Annual Player Selection Meeting. The draft was held April 18–19, 1998, at the Theater at Madison Square Garden in New York City, New York. The league also held a supplemental draft after the regular draft and before the regular season. Before the draft, there was much debate in the media on if the Indianapolis Colts would select Peyton ...

  2. Mar 5, 1998: Raiders traded 1998 4th round pick (97th overall, Fred Weary) to Saints for Eric Allen. Mar 12, 1998: Buccaneers traded 1998 5th round pick (146th overall, Blake Spence) to Jets for Lorenzo Neal. Mar 13, 1998: Eagles traded 1998 2nd round pick (41st overall subsequently traded, Jeremy Staat) and 1998 5th round pick (134th overall ...

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    • Denver Broncos – Lance Schulters, FS. With the final pick in the 1998 NFL Draft’s first round, the Denver Broncos actually selected wide receiver Marcus Nash.
    • Miami Dolphins – Michael Pittman, RB. After Fred Taylor and Ahman Green, there were not a lot of running backs who put up larger numbers. However, the Miami Dolphins could have done better than selecting John Avery with the 29th overall selection in the first round.
    • San Francisco 49ers – R.W. McQuarters, DB. There’s nothing wrong with the San Francisco 49ers selecting R.W. McQuarters this late in the first round of the 1998 NFL Draft.
    • Kansas City Chiefs – Jeremy Newberry, C. The 1997 Kansas City Chiefs were an extremely strong team with a 13-3 record and the fifth-rated scoring offense in the NFL.
  4. Aug 22, 2021 · The Colts made Peyton Manning the No. 1 overall pick in the 1998 draft, so he wasn’t a value pick like Brady or Montana, but his stats speak for themselves. He ranks in the top five in major passing categories, including completions, yards, and touchdowns.

    • Peyton Manning, QB, Tennessee. 1998 Draft, Round 1 – Indianapolis Colts. Many No. 1 picks have gone on to have Hall of Fame careers, but I’m going with Manning because he is the only player to win a Super Bowl as the starting quarterback with two different teams and retired as the all-time career leader in passing yards (71,940) and touchdown passes (539).
    • Lawrence Taylor, LB, North Carolina. 1981 Draft, Round 1 – New York Giants. Widely considered by players, coaches, and journalists as the greatest defensive player of all time, Taylor’s play changed defensive and offensive schemes for good.
    • Dick Butkus, LB, Illinois. 1965 Draft, Round 1 – Chicago Bears. The most feared tackler in NFL history also was the model for the modern middle linebacker and held the record for most fumble recoveries when he retired.
    • Walter Payton, RB, Jackson State. 1975 Draft, Round 1 – Chicago Bears. In addition to being many coaches’ and fans’ choice as the greatest running back to ever play the game, Payton also retired with the most career receptions at the time by a non-receiver and eight touchdown passes.
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