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Detroit Free Press - It's anybody's guess whom Lions will take in first round of NFL draft
Seemingly unlike any other year, the 2011 NFL Draft is wide open as to which player will go where. One of those teams in question is the Detroit Lions. The belief is that the Lions' biggest need is outside linebacker. But is one worth the 13th pick? Cornerback might also get a look, but Jimmy Smith's character concerns might sour teams on him.

Green Bay Press Gazette - Draft could determine where T.J. Lang plays on offensive line
T.J. Lang has the look of a future starter in the NFL at either left guard or right tackle. But if the Packers take a tackle, Lang could take the spot of free agent Daryn Colledge. If Chad Clifton isn't brought back and Bryan Bulaga is moved to left tackle, Lang could have a spot on the right side.

Pro Football Weekly - The impact of Julio Jones' foot fracture
PFW analyst Nolan Nawrocki doesn't see the injury affecting his stock, but the injury concerns are mounting.

Detroit Free Press - Michigan's Jonas Mouton, Steve Schilling fail to stand out at NFL combine

Dallas Morning News - Texas Tech's top five NFL draft picks
Wide receiver Michael Crabtree edges out linebacker Zach Thomas. Not sure I agree.

Houston Chronicle - Time to start the clock
John McClain breaks down the top combine performances. - Inside a combine tradition

Baltimore Sun - Will the Ravens address life after Ray Lews in the draft? (Insider) - Importance of the 40-yard dash

National Football Post - Mock draft 2.0 from Wes Bunting

Florida - IMG Academies give NFL prospects edge

Wall Street Journal - Gholston's place among all-time draft day busts

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