2011 NFL Draft: Georgia's A.J. Green a Bengal, Alabama's Marcell Dareus To Buffalo

After a hiccup in Texas A&M's Von Miller going to Denver, the SEC returned to hold serve in the NFL Draft's Top 10 picks. Naturally the Crimson Tide followed Auburn, as defensive tackle Marcell Dareus was "rewarded" for an all-conference career by being drafted to the Buffalo Bills. 

Immediately after, the Bengals sent a possible messaged to estranged starting quarterback Carson Palmer - and subsequently media mogul and sometimes wideout Chad Ochocinco - by drafting Georgia's A.J. Green. WIth Green off the board, a rumored move up by the Atlanta Falcons to take a wideout would now rely solely on the Tide's Julio Jones.

The first round of the 2011 NFL Draft started at 8 p.m. (ET) on Thursday, April 28th, and SB Nation has everything you need to keep up with it: news, rumors, player profiles, scouting reports, the full NFL draft schedule, NFL mock drafts, draft projections and more. Check it all out at SB Nation’s NFL Draft hub and our NFL Draft blog Mocking the Draft. For more Atlanta Falcons draft discussion, join The Falcoholic.

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