Updated: February 26, 2010, 10:35 AM ET

Coin tosses firm up first-round order

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INDIANAPOLIS -- The order of the NFL draft's first round was made official Friday, as the Jacksonville Jaguars won a tiebreaking coin toss with the Chicago Bears to earn the 10th pick for the April 22 selections.

That puts the Denver Broncos at No. 11, after Denver acquired the Bears' first-round pick in the Jay Cutler-Kyle Orton trade.

The Tennessee Titans will pick 16th after winning their coin toss at the scouting combine with the Panthers, which gives the San Francisco 49ers the 17th pick after a trade with Carolina.

The Falcons will choose 19th and the Houston Texans 20th after Atlanta won its toss.

The draft's first round will be held Thursday night, April 22, followed by Rounds 2-3 on Friday and Rounds 4-7 on Saturday.

Information from ESPN.com senior writer John Clayton was used in this report.