The 2007 NFL draft is in the books. While the class' true legacy will not be decided for several years, it will forever be notoriously linked to Brady Quinn's first-round tumble. The uncertainty of Quinn's situation played a small part in the record-setting length of this year's opening round (6 hours, 8 minutes), as Browns GM Phil Savage admitted to contacting each team that selected between picks 12 (Bills) and 22 (Cowboys) before finally striking a deal to move back into Round 1 for Quinn.
Before we get to any real analysis, here are a few more tidbits from the 2007 NFL draft:
• Louisville DT Amobi Okoye (19 years old) became the youngest player selected in the modern-era draft when the Texans chose him with pick No. 10 overall.