NFL Draft 2011 Round 2, Picks 59-64: Round 2 Ends With Green Bay Taking Another Wide Receiver And Ryan Mallett Still On The Board

The second round of the 2011 NFL Draft 2011 is officially in the books. The Baltimore Ravens and Cleveland Browns smartly took wide receivers to improve their passing offenses. The Ravens ranked 20th and 29th, respectively, in passing offense last season.

The Washington Redskins could have taken Ryan Mallett with the 62nd pick, but they instead traded it to the Miami Dolphins. The Dolphins chose to pass up on Mallett and took running back Daniel Thomas instead.

The second round concluded with the Pittsburgh Steelers taking offensive tackle Marcus Gilbert and the Green Bay Packers taking wide receiver Randall Cobb. Yes, that's right: add another wide receiver to the Packers' already deep pool.

Quarterback Ryan Mallett still remains on the board as round three gets set to begin.

The second and third round of the 2011 NFL Draft starts at 3 p.m. (AZT) on Friday, April 29, and SB Nation has everything you need to prepare: NFL mock drafts, draft projections, scouting reports, the full NFL draft schedule and more. Check it out at SB Nation's NFL Draft page and our NFL Draft blog, Mocking the Draft or for Cardinals coverage, visit Revenge of the Birds.

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