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Huntsville Times - Ex-Alabama A&M linebacker hopes the NFL calls
Lumpkin, who spent two seasons at A&M before transferring to Carson-Newman College after the 2010 season, has made himself available for the NFL Supplemental Draft after being ruled ineligible for the 2012 season.

Sporting News - Irsay says deal with Andrew Luck 'close'
Indianapolis Colts owner Jim Irsay loves Twitter. And when he posts Tweets regarding his team, you can usually take it to the bank. Irsay wrote Sunday morning 'We r close on#12's deal,it'll get done". That means the team and No. 1 overall pick Andrew Luck could be closing in on a deal.

CBS Sports - 2013 NFL Draft: Kansas preview
In 2008, the Jayhawks produced their first 1st round pick (CB Aqib Talib) since 1993 followed by three more draft picks in 2010. However, Kansas has been shut out of the NFL Draft the past two years and the team's crop of prospects for the 2013 NFL Draft doesn't look much more promising. But the Jayhawks do have a few draftable players and several other seniors who could work their way up draft boards with a productive 2012 season.

Turf Show Times - Janoris Jenkins contract update: There was no pre-draft verbal agreement
On July 5, Jason Cole, a sports writer for Yahoo Sports, said that the St. Louis Rams and rookie corner back Janoris Jenkins was at an odds over the rookies contract. The reason wasn't because the Rams wanted to defer some of his signing bonus, but because they wanted him to hire a specific financial adviser.

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