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Washington Post - Redskins' best QB option could be Texas A&M's Ryan Tannehill
But one thing’s clear. Regardless of whom the Redskins go with in free agency — whether the Colts release Manning and Mike Shanahan succeeds in luring the future Hall of Famer (if he’s healthy) to D.C., or if it’s Orton, which seems like the safer move, or if Washington elects to re-sign Rex Grossman — Washington must draft a quarterback.

NFL.com - Mayock's take on who will run fast at the combine
Out of 327 prospects who will participate in next week’s NFL Scouting Combine, who will be the fastest? That’s a tough question to answer, which is why we turned to NFL Network draft guru Mike Mayock for some insight.

Denver Post - Colorado's Rodney Stewart hoping to make big impression on NFL teams
There's no getting around it. Rodney Stewart can't change his height. He can only change opinions.

NFL's Future - Detroit Lions offseason plans
I’ve been a Lions fan long enough that my Honolulu blue #20 jersey says "Sims" on the back and it’s not a throwback. And not since another #20 retired at the end of the last century have I been so excited and positive entering an offseason. However, the newfound glory brings about a new set of challenges for GM Martin Mayhew and his team.

NE Patriots Draft - Drafting defensive backs: A Patriots case study
Entering the 2012 NFL Draft, there seems to be one common sentiment among Patriots fans, "We need defensive backs!" One of the chief reasons why the Patriots need defensive backs is their spotty history in the draft taking corners and safeties.

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