2011 NFL Draft Results: Von Miller To Broncos, Marcell Dareus To Bills

Cam Newton was the first of many to have his name called by Roger Goodell in the first round of the 2011 NFL Draft on Thursday night at Radio City Music Hall in New York City. As expected, Newton's name was called first, as he was drafted with the top pick by the Carolina Panthers.

Von Miller, a linebacker from Texas A&M, was drafted No. 2 overall by the Denver Broncos. Miller played four seasons with the Aggies, totaling 178 tackles, 33 sacks and one interception.

With the No. 3 overall pick, Marcell Dareus was selected by the Buffalo Bills. Dareus, a junior defensive tackle from Alabama, had 66 tackles, 11 sacks and one interception in two seasons with the Crimson Tide.

Coming in at No. 4 overall, the Cincinnati Bengals drafted Georgia wide receiver A.J. Green. Green racked up 848 receiving yards and nine touchdowns on 57 catches in 2010, and finished his three-year career with 2,619 receiving yards and 23 touchdowns.

For more on the New England Patriots and their draft, head over to Pats Pulpit. And for all things 2011 NFL Draft related, from the first pick to Mr. Irrelevant and everything in between, check out SB Nation's 2011 NFL Draft Hub and our NFL Draft blog, Mocking The Draft.

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