fifth round draft choice

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  • The team eventually selected Walt Garrison with the fifth round draft choice they obtained.
  • He was the fifth round draft choice of the Minnesota Wild in the 2012 entry draft.
  • The team ended up trading him back to the Dallas Cowboys during the preseason, in exchange for a fifth round draft choice.
  • Downs was a fifth-round draft choice of the Chicago Cubs in June 2003.
  • In 1996 he was traded to the Miami Dolphins in exchange for a fifth round draft choice.
  • He was a top notch safety when a contract dispute paved the way for a trade with the Dallas Cowboys for a fifth round draft choice.
  • On opening day of the free agency, the Rams traded a fifth round draft choice to the Detroit Lions for James Hall.
  • However, after refusing to report to Dallas, he was subsequently traded to the San Diego Chargers for a fifth round draft choice.
  • He was originally a fifth-round draft choice (152nd overall) by the Cleveland Browns in 2003.
  • Veteran fullback Scott Dierking was acquired from the New York Jets for a 1985 fifth-round draft choice.
  • On August 14, 1978 he was traded to the Seattle Seahawks for a fifth round draft choice, because of a contract dispute.
  • Mraz was a fifth-round draft choice (125th pick overall) of the Atlanta Falcons in 1987.
  • In 1991 he was traded along with a fifth round draft choice to the New Orleans Saints, in exchange for holdout cornerback Robert Massey.
  • Because he left college before his final year of eligibility, he entered the free agent pool in 1974 where he was selected by the Cincinnati Bengals and eventually traded to the Dallas Cowboys for a fifth round draft choice.
  • Braggs entered the NFL as a fifth-round draft choice of the Green Bay Packers in the 1981 NFL Draft as a defensive lineman.
  • A fifth round draft choice out of Carson-Newman in 1976, he played ten years in the NFL with the Baltimore Colts and Miami Dolphins.
  • He was traded on June 26, 1993 to the Washington Capitals for a fifth-round draft choice in the 1993 NHL Entry Draft.
  • Secules was selected by the Dallas Cowboys in the sixth round of the 1988 NFL Draft and subsequently traded for a fifth round draft choice to the Miami Dolphins.
  • He spent most of the year on the team's taxi squad, before being traded the next year along with Jake Kupp and Mitch Johnson, to the Washington Redskins in exchange for Jim Steffen and a fifth round draft choice.
  • Eventually his teammates also started to turn on him, so the Cowboys traded him to the Buffalo Bills in the 1984 offseason, in exchange for a fifth round draft choice in 1985, plus a sixth and a twelfth selection in 1986.