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1985 Drafted Tight Ends

There were 14 Tight Ends drafted in the 1985 NFL draft. The highest drafted TE was Jonathan Hayes drafted in round 2 out of Iowa by the Kansas City Chiefs. Some of the 1985 drafted Tight Ends were Mark Bavaro drafted in round 4 out of Notre Dame by the New York Giants, Keli McGregor drafted in round 4 out of Colorado State by the Denver Broncos, K.D. Dunn drafted in round 5 out of Clemson by the St. Louis Cardinals, Keith Lester drafted in round 6 out of Murray State by the Cincinnati Bengals, Mark Lewis drafted in round 6 out of Texas A&M by the Green Bay Packers, Jay Novacek drafted in round 6 out of Wyoming by the St. Louis Cardinals, Damone Johnson drafted in round 6 out of Cal Poly-S.L.O. by the Los Angeles Rams, Danzell Lee drafted in round 6 out of Lamar by the Washington Redskins and Dan Sharp drafted in round 8 out of Texas Christian by the Miami Dolphins. View all of the Tight Ends selected in the 1985 Draft.
1985 Drafted Tight Ends
Round Selection Player College Drafted By
2 41   Jonathan Hayes   Iowa   Kansas City Chiefs
4 100   Mark Bavaro   Notre Dame   New York Giants
4 110   Keli McGregor   Colorado State   Denver Broncos
5 116   K.D. Dunn   Clemson   St. Louis Cardinals
6 154   Keith Lester   Murray State   Cincinnati Bengals
6 155   Mark Lewis   Texas A&M   Green Bay Packers
6 158   Jay Novacek   Wyoming   St. Louis Cardinals
6 162   Damone Johnson   Cal Poly-S.L.O.   Los Angeles Rams
6 163   Danzell Lee   Lamar   Washington Redskins
8 223   Dan Sharp   Texas Christian   Miami Dolphins
10 263   Terry Orr   Texas   Washington Redskins
10 270   Joe Jones   Virginia Tech   Dallas Cowboys
11 287   Travis Tucker   Southern Connecticut State   Cleveland Browns
12 313   Ken Whisenhunt   Georgia Tech   Atlanta Falcons
 
 
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