NFL Draft Results: Chris Givens, Bobby Massie Among Players Selected By NFC West

Teams in the NFC West have been busy thus far at the 2012 NFL Draft and they all figure to be active once again as rounds four through seven are completed on Saturday. Here is a complete look at the fourth round from the 49ers, Cardinals, Rams and Seahawks.

With the first pick of the 4th round, the Rams added Wake Forest wide receiver Chris Givens.

The Seahawks selected Robert Turbin, a running back out of Utah State, with the 11th pick of the round.

With the 17th pick, offensive tackle Bobby Massie saw his draft stock slip a bit before being drafted by the Cardinals.

Seattle selected defensive tackle Jaye Howard out of Florida No. 19 in the fourth round.

Finally, the 49ers picked up guard Joe Looney out of Wake Forest with the 22nd pick.

Here was a very interesting stat about the Rams and their draft thus far:

It'll be fun to see how the Rams use all of this young talent and if they are able to finally get out of the cellar in the NFC West after years of mediocrity.

The fifth round of the 2012 NFL Draft is about to get underway from New York City.

For complete coverage of the draft, check out the SB Nation Seattle StoryStream.

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