2013 NFL Draft: Looking Back at the 141st Pick Since the Year 2000

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2006: Jonathan Scott, T: The Lions selected Jonathan Scott with this choice in 2006.  Scott has been a career backup from arriving in the league in 2006, during a career that has taken him from Detroit, to Buffalo, to Pittsburgh, and finally, to Chicago.

2007: Greg Peterson, DT: Peterson was chosen by Tampa Bay in 2007.  Over three years in the league, two of them in Tampa and one in Jacksonville, Peterson was a backup tackle, recording 16 tackles and 1.5 sacks.

Dec 9, 2012; Charlotte, NC, USA; Carolina Panthers tight end Gary Barnidge (82) with the ball in the first quarter at Bank of America Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Bob Donnan-USA TODAY Sports

2008: Gary Barnidge, TE:Barnidge has been a career backup tight end after being chosen by the Panthers, putting up 18 catches for 320 yards and 1 TD.

2009: Kenny McKinley, WR:After being drafted, McKinley was active for eight games, recording no catches.

2010: Joshua Moore, DB:Another insignificant choice, Joshua Moore was active for 3 games his rookie year, recording only 1 tackle.

2011: D.J. Williams, TEWilliams has been a backup TE for Aaron Rodgers and company, recording 9 catches for 70 yards.

2012: Adam Gettis, GGettis was inactive for all 16 games in his rookie year.

All in all, not a very successful draft position over the last 12 years. Not that it can’t be, it’s just interesting to look back and see who has been picked in what position in the past.

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