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Portland Tribune - Kenjon Barner will weigh his options
It remains to be seen who returns to the Oregon backfield for the 2012 season. LaMichael James and Kenjon Barner have submitted their names and resumes to be evaluated for the NFL draft.

CBS Sports - Trading Bradford to draft quarterback makes no sense for Rams
Please, stop the madness now. Let's not spend the next four months debating whether the St. Louis Rams should select a quarterback with their high pick in the 2012 draft and trade Sam Bradford.

News Sentinel - Can playing to lose ever be the right thing to do?
Considering the dismal way this season has developed, the Indianapolis Colts are in a pretty good place. If they beat the Jacksonville Jaguars on Sunday, they can take a three-game winning streak into next season, something they haven't done since their 2006 Super Bowl run. Not bad for a team that lost its first 13 games.

Mt. Vernon Register-News - No. 1 pick could bring big decision
What are the St. Louis Rams to do? The NFL team in the Lou is now one loss away from having to make a decision that could very well impact the future of the team for years to come.

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