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1977 Drafted Tight Ends

There were 9 Tight Ends drafted in the 1977 NFL draft. The highest drafted TE was Mike Cobb drafted in round 1 out of Michigan State by the Cincinnati Bengals. The 1977 drafted Tight Ends were Don Hasselbeck drafted in round 2 out of Colorado by the New England Patriots, Jimmie Giles drafted in round 3 out of Alcorn State by the Houston Oilers, Rick Walker drafted in round 4 out of UCLA by the Cincinnati Bengals, Tony Samuels drafted in round 4 out of Bethune-Cookman by the Kansas City Chiefs, Ken Moore drafted in round 5 out of Northern Illinois by the Minnesota Vikings, Al Dixon drafted in round 7 out of Iowa State by the New York Giants, Reggie Haynes drafted in round 7 out of Nevada-Las Vegas by the Washington Redskins and James Corbett drafted in round 7 out of Pittsburgh by the Cincinnati Bengals. View all of the Tight Ends selected in the 1977 Draft.
1977 Drafted Tight Ends
Round Selection Player College Drafted By
1 22   Mike Cobb   Michigan State   Cincinnati Bengals
2 52   Don Hasselbeck   Colorado   New England Patriots
3 70   Jimmie Giles   Alcorn State   Houston Oilers
4 85   Rick Walker   UCLA   Cincinnati Bengals
4 94   Tony Samuels   Bethune-Cookman   Kansas City Chiefs
5 138   Ken Moore   Northern Illinois   Minnesota Vikings
7 178   Al Dixon   Iowa State   New York Giants
7 189   Reggie Haynes   Nevada-Las Vegas   Washington Redskins
7 194   James Corbett   Pittsburgh   Cincinnati Bengals
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