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CBS Sports - 2013 NFL Draft preview: Virginia
Although Virginia isn't known as a hotbed for NFL talent, the Cavaliers have produced at least one NFL Draft pick in 29 straight years, second only to Miami (Fla.) among ACC teams. Virginia had just three total players drafted over the last three years, but from 2005-08, the Cavaliers had 17 players selected in the NFL Draft, including four first round picks (Chris Long, Branden Albert, D'Brickashaw Ferguson and Heath Miller).

Miami Herald - Dolphins hope Jonathan Martin has right stuff
When the Dolphins took Jonathan Martin with the 42nd overall pick this past April, the idea wasn’t to have the guy who protected Andrew Luck’s blind side at Stanford do the same job for David Garrard, Matt Moore and Ryan Tannehill.

ESPN.com (In$ider) - Kiper's summer audits: AFC West
Every summer, with the NFL draft and free agency in the rearview mirror, I take a look at each team. What did it accomplish in terms of added personnel? How did its draft fill holes? What voids remain?

Bucs Nation - Brian Price hits Mark Barron - Why is this a story?
Brian Price 'pummeled' Mark Barron, if we are to believe Walter Football's Charlie Campbell. This happened during one of the OTA days for which Price was in attendance.

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