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1979 Drafted Tight Ends

There were 13 Tight Ends drafted in the 1979 NFL draft. The highest drafted TE was Kellen Winslow drafted in round 1 out of Missouri by the San Diego Chargers. Some of the 1979 drafted Tight Ends were Dan Ross drafted in round 2 out of Northeastern by the Cincinnati Bengals, Doug Cosbie drafted in round 3 out of Santa Clara by the Dallas Cowboys, Ulysses Norris drafted in round 4 out of Georgia by the Detroit Lions, Don Warren drafted in round 4 out of San Diego State by the Washington Redskins, Cleveland Jackson drafted in round 5 out of Nevada-Las Vegas by the New York Giants, Victor Hicks drafted in round 5 out of Oklahoma by the Los Angeles Rams, Joe Senser drafted in round 6 out of West Chester by the Minnesota Vikings, Bill Murrell drafted in round 6 out of Winston-Salem State by the Pittsburgh Steelers and Mike Williams drafted in round 8 out of New Mexico by the Kansas City Chiefs. View all of the Tight Ends selected in the 1979 Draft.
1979 Drafted Tight Ends
Round Selection Player College Drafted By
1 13   Kellen Winslow   Missouri   San Diego Chargers
2 30   Dan Ross   Northeastern   Cincinnati Bengals
3 76   Doug Cosbie   Santa Clara   Dallas Cowboys
4 88   Ulysses Norris   Georgia   Detroit Lions
4 103   Don Warren   San Diego State   Washington Redskins
5 117   Cleveland Jackson   Nevada-Las Vegas   New York Giants
5 122   Victor Hicks   Oklahoma   Los Angeles Rams
6 152   Joe Senser   West Chester   Minnesota Vikings
6 157   Bill Murrell   Winston-Salem State   Pittsburgh Steelers
8 195   Mike Williams   New Mexico   Kansas City Chiefs
9 235   John Thompson   Utah State   Green Bay Packers
9 245   John Spagnola   Yale   New England Patriots
10 254   Steve Stephens   Oklahoma State   Baltimore Colts
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