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SB Nation - Mock draft: Who trades up for RG3?
Billion dollar businesses do not curl up into the back of a dark cave to hibernate for a few months at a time. Enterprises like the NFL keep rolling forward, getting bigger with every molecule of oxygen it consumes. No games, no problem. Free agency and the NFL draft feed fan interest and propel the league forward, shining a little ray of sunshine into the bleakness of late winter.

Rookie Scouting Portfolio Quinton Coples: The importance of pad level
UNC’s Quinton Coples has the frame and body type that makes scouts drool and defensive line coaches want to stand on a table. That’s not hard to do when a defensive end from an ACC school has the height (6’6″), weight (281 pounds), hands (10-plus inches), arm length (33-plus inches), and wingspan (in excess of 80 inches) that makes him a top-10 prospect in most drafts.

Report: WR Chris Owusu medically cleared by NFL doctor
According to at least one doctor within the NFL's Head, Neck and Spine Committee, Stanford wide receiver Chris Owusu is "perfectly normal" and able to "play football now."

NE Patriots Draft - Players that will be drafted sooner than you think
Every April a handful of prospects end up going much higher than originally thought. Often times we refer to them as "reaches" or players who were unworthy of their draft spot.

Denver Post - Broncos need to hit home runs below the NFL draft's first round
Lewis Grizzard once wrote, "If you ain't the lead dog, the scenery never changes." So it shouldn't come as a surprise that the first round of the seven-round NFL draft gets the most attention.

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