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Re-draft of the 2019 NFL draft: New picks for the first two rounds, Nos. 1-64

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With just the Pro Bowl and Super Bowl left in the 2019 NFL season, it's time to look back at the 2019 draft, which helped shape everything that happened over the past year. We asked our NFL Nation reporters to make new picks and re-draft the first two rounds of that draft class, from No. 1 to No. 64.

How many quarterbacks and wide receivers would go in Round 1 this time? Where would Dwayne Haskins, Drew Lock and Gardner Minshew land? And which first-rounders would fall out of the first two rounds completely?

Just like we did for our 2018 re-draft, we're starting this re-draft with a clean slate -- the order that follows is from when the draft began on April 25, 2019. That means no trades allowed, with teams picking in their original spots throughout.

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ROUND 1

1. Arizona Cardinals

Original pick: Kyler Murray, QB
New pick: Kyler Murray, QB

Murray was everything the Cardinals had hoped for in his rookie season. He also gave a franchise that hasn't had long-term stability at quarterback just that, so there's no need to pick anyone else. He's the future of the Cardinals' organization and will be a step ahead of everyone on the field as long as Kliff Kingsbury is the coach. It was a no-brainer for Arizona to pick Murray initially, and it'd be a no-brainer to take him No. 1 again. -- Josh Weinfuss


2. San Francisco 49ers

Original pick: Nick Bosa, DE
New pick: Nick Bosa, DE

There aren't many players in the league for whom the Niners would give up Bosa, let alone anyone in this draft class. It was evident soon after he arrived in the Bay Area that Bosa was the guy who could supercharge their pass rush and take the defense to the next level. He delivered on all of that promise -- nine sacks, a forced fumble and interception in the regular season -- and has the look of a franchise building block for the long term. -- Nick Wagoner


3. New York Jets

Original pick: Quinnen Williams, DT
New pick: Josh Allen, DE

Williams has plenty of upside and could rebound from a quiet rookie season, but Allen already has proved he can produce (10.5 sacks) at a premium position. The Jets needed an edge rusher in the worst way, yet they chose to pass on Allen, who grew up 15 miles from their facility in New Jersey. This time, it's a no-brainer. -- Rich Cimini


4. Oakland Raiders