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1976 Drafted Tight Ends

There were 9 Tight Ends drafted in the 1976 NFL draft. The highest drafted TE was Bennie Cunningham drafted in round 1 out of Clemson by the Pittsburgh Steelers. The 1976 drafted Tight Ends were David Hill drafted in round 2 out of Texas A&M - Kingsville by the Detroit Lions, Mike Barber drafted in round 2 out of Louisiana Tech by the Houston Oilers, Loaird McCreary drafted in round 2 out of Tennessee State by the Miami Dolphins, Ron Singleton drafted in round 4 out of Grambling State by the San Diego Chargers, Fred Coleman drafted in round 5 out of Louisiana-Monroe by the Buffalo Bills, Al Darby drafted in round 6 out of Florida by the Seattle Seahawks, Phil McKinnely drafted in round 9 out of UCLA by the Atlanta Falcons and Richard Osborne drafted in round 9 out of Texas A&M by the Philadelphia Eagles. View all of the Tight Ends selected in the 1976 Draft.
1976 Drafted Tight Ends
Round Selection Player College Drafted By
1 28   Bennie Cunningham   Clemson   Pittsburgh Steelers
2 46   David Hill   Texas A&M - Kingsville   Detroit Lions
2 48   Mike Barber   Louisiana Tech   Houston Oilers
2 49   Loaird McCreary   Tennessee State   Miami Dolphins
4 113   Ron Singleton   Grambling State   San Diego Chargers
5 142   Fred Coleman   Louisiana-Monroe   Buffalo Bills
6 157   Al Darby   Florida   Seattle Seahawks
9 246   Phil McKinnely   UCLA   Atlanta Falcons
9 248   Richard Osborne   Texas A&M   Philadelphia Eagles
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