Glasgow, Chesson go in back-to-back fourth round picks
Written by Matt Pargoff   

Former Michigan nose tackle Ryan Glasgow was taken by the Cincinnati Bengals with the 32nd pick of the fourth round, 138 overall, of the 2017 NFL Draft. Just one pick later, his teammate Jehu Chesson also went off the board, selected by the Kansas City Chiefs.

Glasgow made 42 tackles last season, including 9.5 for a loss, finishing his career with 91 total stops and five sacks.

Chesson had a sensational finish to the 2015 season, earning All-Big Ten honors, but tore his PCL in the bowl game win over Florida, possibly affecting his production as a senior. Over the course of his career, Chesson made 114 receptions for 1,639 yards and 12 touchdowns.

They are the eighth and ninth players taken from Michigan in the draft, setting a new high mark in program history for picks taken in the first four rounds.   


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