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NFL.com - Offset language might be slowing rookie signings
There is little doubt that the new collective bargaining agreement has made rookie signings easier -- 12 of the 32 first-round picks in the 2012 NFL Draft having signed contracts already is a testament to that. Only two of those were selected in the top 10, however, and Len Pasquarelli of FOXSports.com reported Sunday that "offset language" has become a sticking point when it comes to getting top draft picks under contract.

Big Cat Country - Justin Blackmon DUI: Oklahoma DA wants guilty plea, budget could go for jail time
As the Justin Blackmon turns, the Jacksonville Jaguars wide receiver plead not guilty earlier on Monday to his DUI charge in Oklahoma. While originally it was thought that Blackmon would not get jail time for the offense, according to some tweets by Vito Stellino of the Florida Times-Union, Blackmon could be facing some jail time.

CBS Sports - Finding the fits: Mike Daniels could surprise as interior pass rusher for Packers
Rob Rang takes a look at how fourth-round pick Mike Daniels fits into Green Bay's 3-4 defense run by Dom Capers.

NEPatriotsDraft.com - Top senior prospects for the 2013 NFL Draft: ACC
Our 2013 NFL Draft and College Football previews get underway with the Atlantic Coast Conference. We start off the coverage by taking a team by team look at the top Senior prospects on each team heading into the college football season.

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