Thursday NFL Draft links to click

NFL.com - Andrew Luck, Colts itching to finally work together
NFL teams are deep into their respective offseason practices, but the Indianapolis Colts remain stuck in neutral in one very important sense. Or, to be more accurate, with one very important player.

Turf Show Times - Red Sox select Rams quarterback Austin Davis
The baseball draft is nothing like the NFL Draft. Nothing at all. There was a little synergy on Wednesday when St. Louis Rams quarterback Austin Davis was picked by the Boston Red Sox with the 961st overall pick, round 31.

Big Cat Country - Jaguars sign fifth-round pick Brandon Marshall
The Jaguars announced they have reached terms with and signed fifth round pick Brandon Marshall to a contract. The 6-2, 243-pound linebacker is the fourth of the six rookie draft picks to sign with the Jaguars.

Raiders.com - Bergstrom learning the NFL ropes
The Oakland Raiders selected offensive lineman Tony Bergstrom out of the University of Utah with their first pick of the 2012 NFL Draft in the 3rd round (95th overall). Bergstrom, who was named first-team All-Pac-12, was excited to be drafted by a franchise with so much rich history.

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