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1969 Drafted Tight Ends

There were 13 Tight Ends drafted in the 1969 NFL draft. The highest drafted TE was Ted Kwalick drafted in round 1 out of Penn State by the San Francisco 49ers. Some of the 1969 drafted Tight Ends were Bob Klein drafted in round 1 out of USC by the Los Angeles Rams, Chip Glass drafted in round 3 out of Florida State by the Cleveland Browns, Lloyd Edwards drafted in round 3 out of San Diego State by the Oakland Raiders, Morris Stroud drafted in round 3 out of Clark Atlanta by the Kansas City Chiefs, Jim Mitchell drafted in round 4 out of Prairie View A&M by the Atlanta Falcons, Ron Jones drafted in round 6 out of Texas-El Paso by the Green Bay Packers, Willie Grate drafted in round 6 out of South Carolina State by the Houston Oilers, Roland Moss drafted in round 7 out of Toledo by the Baltimore Colts and Craig Cotton drafted in round 8 out of Youngstown State by the San Diego Chargers. View all of the Tight Ends selected in the 1969 Draft.
1969 Drafted Tight Ends
Round Selection Player College Drafted By
1 7   Ted Kwalick   Penn State   San Francisco 49ers
1 21   Bob Klein   USC   Los Angeles Rams
3 72   Chip Glass   Florida State   Cleveland Browns
3 75   Lloyd Edwards   San Diego State   Oakland Raiders
3 76   Morris Stroud   Clark Atlanta   Kansas City Chiefs
4 81   Jim Mitchell   Prairie View A&M   Atlanta Falcons
6 134   Ron Jones   Texas-El Paso   Green Bay Packers
6 143   Willie Grate   South Carolina State   Houston Oilers
7 181   Roland Moss   Toledo   Baltimore Colts
8 200   Craig Cotton   Youngstown State   San Diego Chargers
10 245   Jim Mertens   Fairmont State   Miami Dolphins
12 298   Tom Buckman   Texas A&M   Green Bay Packers
15 390   Wayne Stewart   California   New York Jets
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