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NFL Draft order: Cleveland Browns, New England Patriots among teams with best and worst picks

The 2017 NFL Draft kicks off on Thursday night, with teams slated to select star players who will enhance their squad's chances of going the distance next season.

After California quarterback Jared Goff went first in the 2016 NFL Draft, all eyes will be on league commissioner Roger Goodell as he announces this year's star draft leader.

The Cleveland Browns have the coveted first pick on Thursday night, and will be choosing from this year's star draft roster including Texas A&M's DE Myles Garrett and North Carolina quarterback Mitchell Trubisky. The Browns previously had the first round pick back-to-back years in 1999 and 2000.

Click through to see this year's complete NFL Draft order:

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No. 1: Cleveland Browns

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No. 2: San Francisco 49ers

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No. 3: Chicago Bears

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No. 4: Jacksonville Jaguars

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No. 5: Tennessee Titans (from Los Angeles Rams)

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No. 6: New York Jets

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No. 7: Los Angeles Chargers

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No. 8: Carolina Panthers

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No. 9: Cincinnati Bengals

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No. 10: Buffalo Bills

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No. 11: New Orleans Saints

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No. 12: Cleveland Browns (from Philadelphia Eagles)

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No. 13: Arizona Cardinals

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No. 14: Philadelphia Eagles (from Minnesota Vikings)

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No. 15: Indianapolis Colts

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No. 16: Baltimore Ravens

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No. 17: Washington Redskins

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No. 18: Tennessee Titans

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No. 19: Tampa Bay Buccaneers

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No. 20: Denver Broncos

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No. 21: Detroit Lions

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No. 22: Miami Dolphins

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No. 23: New York Giants

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No. 24: Oakland Raiders

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No. 25: Houston Texans

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No. 26: Seattle Seahawks

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No. 27: Kansas City Chiefs

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No. 28: Dallas Cowboys

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No. 29: Green Bay Packers

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No. 30: Pittsburgh Steelers

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No. 31: Atlanta Falcons

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No. 32: New Orleans Saints (from New England Patriots)

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No first round pick: Los Angeles Rams

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No first round pick: Minnesota Vikings

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No first round pick: New England Patriots

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After years of draft picks for their quarterback that have proven poor in return, the Browns are in severe need of a strong quarterback -- which leads analysts to believe they will go with Trubisky for their first pick. The San Francisco 49ers have the second pick, and ESPN's Nick Wagoner believes Stanford DE Solomon Thomas is a strong pick for Kyle Shanahan's squad.

While the Browns and 49ers will get top picks in the first round, reigning Super Bowl champion New England Patriots and Los Angeles Rams do not have a first round pick this year.

RELATED: A look at the most disappointing first-round picks in NFL Draft history

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Tony Mandarich, OT

Selected second overall by the Green Bay Packers in 1989

Who they could have picked: Barry Sanders, Deion Sanders, Derrick Thomas

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Blair Thomas, RB

Selected second overall by the New York Jets in 1990

Who they could have picked: Emmitt Smith, Junior Seau, Cortez Kennedy

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Bruce Pickens, CB

Selected third overall by the Atlanta Falcons in 1991

Who they could have picked: Brett Favre, Aeneas Williams

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Steve Emtman, DE

Selected first overall by the Indianapolis Colts in 1992

Who they could have picked: Desmond Howard, Troy Vincent

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Tim Couch, QB

Selected first overall by the Cleveland Browns in 1999

Who they could have picked: Donovan McNabb, Champ Bailey

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Courtney Brown, DE

Selected first overall by the Cleveland Browns in 2000

Who they could have picked: Brian Urlacher, Tom Brady

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David Carr, QB

Selected first overall by the Houston Texans in 2002

Who they could have picked: Julius Peppers, Dwight Freeney

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Charles Rogers, WR

Selected second overall by the Detroit Lions in 2003

Who they could have picked: Terrell Suggs, Troy Polamalu

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Robert Gallery, OT

Selected second overall by the Oakland Raiders in 2004

Who they could have picked: Larry Fitzgerald, Ben Roethlisberger

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Troy Williamson, WR

Selected seventh overall by the Minnesota Vikings in 2005

Who they could have picked: DeMarcus Ware, Aaron Rodgers

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Matt Leinart, QB

Selected tenth overall by the Arizona Cardinals in 2006

Who they could have picked: Jay Cutler, Antonio Cromartie, Greg Jennings

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JaMarcus Russell, QB

Drafted first overall by the Oakland Raiders in 2007

Who they could have picked: Calvin Johnson, Adrian Peterson, Marshawn Lynch, Darrelle Revis

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Vernon Gholston, DE

Selected sixth overall by the New York Jets in 2008

Who they could have picked: Joe Flacco, Aqib Talib, Jordy Nelson

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Aaron Curry, LB

Selected fourth overall by the Seattle Seahawks in 2009

Who they could have picked: Jeremy Maclin, Clay Matthews, Percy Harvin

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