Browns pick OT Joel Bitonio and OLB Christian Kirksey in tonight

Browns pick OT Joel Bitonio and OLB Christian Kirksey in tonight's draft

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Joel Bitonio (Source: The Score) Joel Bitonio (Source: The Score)
Linebacker Christian Kirksey (Source: Matthew Holst/Getty Images) Linebacker Christian Kirksey (Source: Matthew Holst/Getty Images)
CLEVELAND, OH (WOIO) -

The Browns' first pick of round two of the NFL draft was OT Joel Bitonio coming in at #35.

Their second pick of the night, OLB Christian Kirksey was number 71 overall. 

Bitonio decided to go with the Nevada Wolf Pack over Fresno State and San Jose State, and as a reserve, he played in all 14 games in 2010 following his redshirt year.

Bitonio took over a starting tackle job as a sophomore that he would never relinquish.

In 2011 he started 14 games and earned honorable mention All-Mountain West honors the following season while starting opposite fellow tackle Jeff Nady.

Kirksey is an Offensive Linebacker out of Iowa. He's a senior and was ranked seventh in the big ten for tackles per game. 

On Thursday, May, 8, the Browns' first draft pick of round one, which came in at #8, was CB Justin Gilbert from Oklahoma State.

Johnny Manziel, also known as Johnny Football, was the Browns' 22nd pick in the first round of the NFL Draft.

The Cleveland Browns still have one more NFL draft pick left for tonight.

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