EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. — The Vikings will have the 23rd pick in the first round of the 2016 NFL Draft.
The draft will be held April 28-30 in Chicago.
Before the playoffs started, draft picks 1 through 20 had already been determined.
Draft order is determined in reverse order of regular-season record.
With the Vikings being one of four playoff teams to lose this past weekend, they have the 23rd pick because their 11-5 record was better than Houston and Washington's 9-7 marks in the regular season. Cincinnati, which went 12-4, has the 24th pick.
The Vikings also had the 23rd pick in the 2013 draft when they selected defensive tackle Sharrif Floyd.
Former Vikings DB Antoine Winfield was the 23rd overall pick by Buffalo in 1999.
The 10 previous 23rd overall picks
View images from Sharrif Floyd's first day as a Viking as he and the other two first round picks arrived at Winter Park on Friday, April 26, 2013.
2015 – Denver Broncos selects DE Shane Ray from Missouri
2014 – Kansas City selects DE Dee Ford from Auburn
2013 – Minnesota selects DT Sharrif Floyd from Florida
2012 – Detroit selects T Riley Reiff from Iowa
2011 – Philadelphia selects G Danny Watkins from Baylor
2010 – Green Bay selects T Bryan Bulaga from Iowa
2009 – Baltimore selects T Michael Oher from Mississippi
2008 – Pittsburgh selects RB Rashard Mendenhall from Illinois
2007 – Kansas City selects WR Dwayne Bowe from LSU
2006 – Tampa Bay selects G Davin Joseph from Oklahoma