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Some interesting NFL Draft news bits today from the mainstream and the blogosphere.

Fort Worth Star-Telegram - Cowboys receiving trade offers
Dallas owner Jerry Jones tells the newspaper two teams have contacted him about trading up to the No. 9 spot in the draft. Any guess on who those two teams may be?

Acme Packing Company - Should the Packers trade up in the first round?
The defending Super Bowl champions are loaded with a young team of top players. So should the Packers try and jump up in round one to find a talented player? The mindset of general manager Ted Thompson would lead me to think no.

USA Today - A.J. Green shrugs off report of low Wonderlic
Pro Football Weekly broke the news of Green getting 10 of 50 questions right. Green told the USA Today he only attempted 20 questions because he was "just thinking (too long)." Regardless, Wonderlic scores are ridiculous.

Pats Pulpit - How to draft an NFL running back
Richard Hill starts a small series in search of how to define a running back who will translate to the NFL.

NFL.com - LSU's Patrick Peterson unsure if he'll attend NFL Draft

Minnesota Star Tribune - Vikings' first minicamp in jeopardy

ESPN.com - A.J. Green vs. Julio Jones

San Antonio Express News - Scouts will have Jerry Jones' ear as draft board is built

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