NFL Draft: Now With Body Paint!

Two hours prior to the draft, and the atmosphere at Radio City Music Hall may best be described as "full of oxygen." Really, there's very little going on besides sportswriters fiddling with their laptops, a lot of managerial types gladhanding each other, and former jocks in double breasted suits clipping mikes to their lapels.
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↵Outside is a bit more...colorful
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↵More uncut sexiness after the jump.
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↵The official vehicle of the NFL Draft, a heavy, slow behemoth of a car that costs their owners far more than they can bear. Any resemblances between this car and former Bears running back Curtis Enis are purely coincidental. Good to see that between Chris Berman anchoring the broadcast and this endorsement, the carbon emissions from this event will keep the United States just ahead fo China for the world lead today.
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↵Despite the lack of head, Oakland will draft this mannequin in the second round today. Al Davis just has a feeling about this guy.
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↵I attempted to take some pictures of Jets football players signing autographs, but these cheerleaders dove in the way to block my vantage point. My disappointment: immeasurable, obviously.
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↵Kiper hair check: positively lustrous today, an immobile black carapace insulating the overheating Kiper Processing Unit. I flicked a skittle off it and it shatered into a thousand pieces, injuring several passersby with candy-shrapnel.↵

This post originally appeared on the Sporting Blog. For more, see The Sporting Blog Archives.

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