1st-Round Winners, Losers

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Falcons: ­ They boldly traded up from No. 27 to No. 6, to get Alabama wide receiver Julio Jones. It was costly -- the Browns got five picks from the Falcons, including a first­-rounder next year. But adding Jones to an offense led by Matt Ryan could change the Falcons from a playoff team to a championship team.


"I have great guys around me, and they know how to win games," Jones said. "They can't double me and double Roddy White. You got to pick your poison."


Jaguars: ­ Smart move, trading up with the Redskins to get Gabbert. David Garrard has been inconsistent, and Gabbert could be the best quarterback in this draft.

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