The Worst Dressed NFL Draft Picks Ever: These 29 Players Looked Like Complete Garbage On Draft Day

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The NFL draft’s first round begins this Thursday, April 28 followed on Friday with the second and third rounds before finally reaching the final four rounds on Saturday.

The Tennessee Titans had the first pick since the end of the season and they were locked in with Laremy Tunsil, the OT from Ole Miss. He would be an anchor to their offensive line that could protect Marcus Mariota for many years to come. However, the Los Angeles Rams, in their new city, sent them an offer they couldn’t refuse and they traded down. This leads the way to another year of the top two picks taking quarterbacks.

But when a trade happens, things start to go a little awry and a downward spiral effect occurs causing all the rest of the teams drafting in the first round to make another choice. But that does not and will not affect who will be there for the first round. Those prospects are already making plans for what to wear.

Over the years, the NFL draft has become boring and dull, much like the Pro Bowl. So they have turned the first round into a spectacle, giving it an entire night all to itself, allowing projected draft picks to show up and go to the podium when their names are called. This is the first time a lot of these guys are going to be on the national spotlight so they tend to show up looking sharp. Well, almost all of them look sharp, some of them tend to fail in the wardrobe area.

Here are the worst dressed NFL draft picks ever.

29. Nick Fairley (2011)

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28. Robert Griffin III (2012)

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27. Akili Smith (1999)

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26. Eddie Lacy (2013)


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25. Reggie Bush (2006)

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24. Shea McClellin (2012)

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23. C.J. Mosley (2014)

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22. Shane Ray (2015)

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21. Trent Richardson (2012)

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20. Tavon Austin (2013)

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19. Melvin Ingram (2012)

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18. Cameron Jordan (2011)

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17. LaDainian Tomlinson (2001)

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16. Peyton Manning (1998)

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15. Nate Solder (2011)

Nate Solder spoke with Patriots coach Bill Belichick and owner Robert Kraft Thursday night. University of Colorado offensive tackle Nate Solder was selected by the New England Patriots with the 17th pick in the NFL draft. Nate Solder got the phone call of

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14. Vic Beasley (2015)

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13. Antonio Cromartie (2006)

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12. Drew Bledsoe (1993)

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11. Cordarrelle Patterson (2013)

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10. Leonard Davis (2001)

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9. Lynn Swann (1974)


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8. Aaron Curry (2009)

NEW YORK - APRIL 25: Seattle Seahawks draft pick Aaron Curry poses with his new jersey at Radio City Music Hall for the 2009 NFL Draft on April 25, 2009 in New York City (Photo by Jeff Zelevansky/Getty Images)

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7. Danny Shelton (2015)

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6. Bradley Roby (2014)

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5. David Terrell (2001)

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4. Cody Latimer (2014)

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3. Deion Sanders (1989)

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2. Dante Fowler Jr. (2015)

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1. Brett Favre (1991)

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