Wednesday NFL Draft links to click

The Sports-Casters - Podcast episode 12
I was a guest on the site's latest podcast, which you can download on the site. We talked about several different topics – the first three picks in the draft, Cam Newton in general, what the Saints might do and a few other things. My part is about the last 35 minutes of the podcast.

National Football Post - Justin Houston in high demand
Following a strong pro day performance, the Georgia pass rusher is setting up several visits and workouts. According to Aaron Wilson, Houston has visits with the 49ers, Seahawks, Bills, Vikings, Chiefs and Buccaneers. He has private workouts set up with the Giants and Ravens. At his pro day, he ran the 40-yard dash in 4.57 seconds.

Sporting News - The draft's top boom-or-bust prospects
Not mentioned? Auburn defensive tackle Nick Fairley.

National Football Post - Draft picks can't be given playbooks, no verbal deals with undrafted rookies
In addition, teams can fly drafted players in for a media session, but that's it.

Clarion Ledger - Powe using pro day, pre-draft process to put disappointing senior season in rear-view
In front of personnel from 24 teams, Powe ran a high 5.1 40-yard dash.

Buffalo Rumblings - Chan Gailey talks QB draft philosophy

Cleveland Plain Dealer - Browns might have option of trading down in NFL Draft

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