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National Football Post - Wes Bunting mock draft 6.0
Wes Bunting is back with a mock draft and an interesting trade in the top 10.

Shutdown Corner - The Shutdown 50: #40 - Mohamed Sanu, WR, Rutgers
In 37 of a possible 38 starts for Rutgers, Sanu caught a Big East-record 210 career passes, including 115 in 2011 alone. He added seven touchdown catches to his résumé last season, as well as a 10.5 YPC average that has some wondering if he isn't a bigger deep threat than previously imagined.

New York Post - Pick Nas for NFL Draft music shows ESPN's hypocrisy
Wait a second. ESPN recently suspended anchor Max Bretos for innocently saying "chink in the armor" when referencing Jeremy Lin. Yet, last week ESPN issued a press release proudly announcing that it has hired "Hip-Hop Superstar Nas" to provide music for ESPN’s NFL Draft coverage.

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel - Washington's Chris Polk could be high on Packers' draft list
Chris Polk didn't want to be fast - he wanted to be a blur. So he shed 12 pounds to make himself lighter and quicker.

Akron Beacon Journal - Nebraska's Lavonte David terrorized OSU, NFL next
On YouTube, Nebraska linebacker Lavonte David’s takeaway from Ohio State quarterback Braxton Miller is tagged as the "Strip That Saved the Season."

Big Cat Country - Quinton Coples, can a team tap his potential?
One big position of need outside of wide receiver for the Jacksonville Jaguars is at defensive end. Despite the fact that the Jaguars were able to bring back their leading sacker from last season in Jeremy Mincey, the team still needs another defensive end. It's possible Aaron Kampman could finally be healthy and return to the line up, but banking on a 30+ year old defensive end with two knee tears in two seasons would be a mistake.

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