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Milwaukee Journal Sentinel - Jerel Worthy ready to prove Packers made right choice
Jerel Worthy has heard it all. He takes plays off. He's an underachiever. He tires easily. He dogs it. The mammoth defensive end taken by the Green Bay Packers in the second round of the NFL draft won't even argue. What Worthy does insist, though, is he's striving to be more dependable, something he'll be given every chance to do in Green Bay.

Akron Beacon Journal - Motivated Ryan Miller willing to do whatever it takes to help Browns
Offensive lineman Ryan Miller is a nightmare in the trenches. Not only is the 6-foot-7, 321-pound Miller a load to handle physically, but he’s also spent his football days since high school building a reputation of being — in his own words — "aggressive," "nasty" and "vicious."

Palm Beach Post - Decision by Miami Hurricanes underclassmen to enter NFL Draft may have cost them a lot of money
Tommy Streeter appears to have made a $2 million mistake. The University of Miami's leading receiver last year, Streeter - along with four other teammates - opted out of his final season of eligibility in December to enter the NFL Draft.

New York Times Fifth Down Blog - Mike Mayokc on the Draft and the Jets
[Quinton] Coples is boom or bust, and I’ve said it from Day 1. Rex Ryan will get the most out of him. Mike Pettine, who I highly respect, is their defensive coordinator. If you get what you can out of Coples, you got a big player.

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