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Robert Griffin III's arm is so strong, his Redskins teammates have dubbed his throwing ability "The Arm" out of respect ... and awe.
It has been known for some time now that the No. 1 pick in Thursday's 2012 NFL draft will be Andrew Luck. It has also been assumed, ever since they traded up to secure the draft's No. 2 overall selection, that the Washington Redskins would pick former Baylor Bears quarterback and reigning Heisman Trophy winner Robert Griffin III.
Mike Florio at ProFootballTalk reports that Redskins general manager Bruce Allen confirmed Thursday on the NFL Network's "2012 NFL Draft Kickoff Show" that Griffin will go to the Redskins at No. 2.
"[W]e think that Robert fits our offense to a tee," Allen said. "We’re excited about being able to complement him with what we’ve already been able to do with some of his special talents. Obviously his charisma is going to be embraced by the Redskins Nation."
Now that this officially puts to rest the speculation about Luck and Griffin, the attention can firmly turn to the rest of the field.
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The Washington Redskins are going to select Baylor quarterback Robert Griffin III. The writing has been on the wall since the team made a blockbuster trade with the St. Louis Rams. Nevertheless, head coach Mike Shanahan took the day before the draft to remind the world that things even the most certain outcomes have uncertainties.
Shanahan, having a little fun ahead of the draft, said via the Redskins' official Twitter feed that there was a 99.9 percent chance that Griffin would be the team's pick with the second-overall selection.
A tenth of a percent chance that the pick might be someone other than Baylor quarterback sounds odd. Shanahan added, "nothing is 100 percent."
Last week the Colts confirmed that Andrew Luck would be their selection with the first pick in the draft, confirming what most had assumed since December. Griffin has been meeting with the Redskins in the day leading up to the draft.
Surprise! RG3's a terrible person, say a couple of NFL scouts, so disregard everything you've learned from three years of watching him. The NFL has spoken.
Just a week before the 2012 NFL Draft, reports are trickling in that call into question potential attitude problems with former Baylor Bears quarterback and reigning Heisman Trophy winner Robert Griffin III. Of course, rumors swirling this close to the draft about the character of a top prospect are nothing new, but Griffin was labeled by a scout as being "selfish."
According to Will Brinson of CBS Sports, Griffin had a chance to respond to these criticisms.
Asked if he was surprised by such a claim, Griffin told CBSSports.com that it's just one of the things that comes with being in the draft and that the "people who know me ... know I'm not selfish."
"You could say [I'm] surprised, but you never know," Griffin told CBSSports.com. "It's just when the draft gets closer, everybody's going to try and find something wrong with you to try and pull you down, so I'm not going to sit here and argue that, well that guy is dead wrong. But I think the people that know me -- and even in the people in the media have seen -- know I'm not a selfish guy. You know you don't have to fight your own battles -- let other people fight them for you."
Ultimately, this will all blow over in short order and won't affect the fact that Griffin is nearly a lock to be selected as the No. 2 overall pick in the draft.
Baylor quarterback Robert Griffin III has been marked for the Washington Redskins since they traded up to the No. 2 pick in the 2012 NFL Draft. Griffin has been one of the more personable and seemingly marketable players to come out in the NFL Draft in quite some time. There has been tons of praise heaped on Griffin for his personality, intelligence, work ethic, and character - so it was just a matter of time before criticism sprang up.
According to Milwaukee Journal Sentinel's Bob McGinn, two scouts noted that Griffin's personality leaves a bit to be desired.
"As much as is written about his athleticism, his athleticism under duress in the pocket isn't even close to Cam Newton's. This guy, the only way he gets big plays with his feet is if he's got a wide-open field and the sea opens for him. He's got a little bit of a selfish streak, too. Everybody was laying on Cam, but for some reason this guy has become gloves off. He doesn't treat anybody good." Another scout also questioned the way Griffin deals with people.
Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton dealt with a lot of this leading up to the draft last season, but by all accounts is just fine in the locker room and a team leader. It's not shocking for reports like this to surface from scouts a week away from the draft, as teams try to create smoke in the hopes of a player falling to them.
For more on Robert Griffin III and the 2012 NFL Draft, visit SB Nation's Mocking The Draft.
I can't remember a time when news of this caliber isn't even the slightest surprise but ESPN's Adam Schefter reports that the Indianapolis Colts have told Stanford's Andrew Luck that he will be the No. 1 pick in the 2012 NFL Draft. The Colts said just this week that they've decided on who the No. 1 pick will be but did not disclose the name.
This comes as no surprise at all. Ever since the Colts secured the No. 1 pick in the draft, Luck has been the target. The Colts flirted with Robert Griffin III but didn't even ask him to come in for a visit which should tell you all you need to know about their draft plans next week.
The Colts could start negotiating with Luck immediately but it sounds like they won't do that until he's officially selected No. 1 next week.
Luck will take over for Peyton Manning, who was cut this offseason and joined the Denver Broncos. The similarities between Luck and Manning are there. Both will be No. 1 picks and both were considered extremely polished prospects. Luck will likely end up starting from day one in Indianapolis.
The 2011 NFL draft class had six quarterbacks drafted in the top 36 picks. The 2012 draft likely won't have that many picked that early but overall this year's crop of quarterbacks will end up being better pros.
Robert Griffin won't be working out for either the Washington Redskins or Indianapolis Colts, but he's meeting with Redskins staff once again. This time, Griffin is in the Washington D.C. area meeting with the team, according to WUSA. They're reporting that Griffin met with owner Daniel Snyder, general manager Bruce Allen and head coach Mike Shanahan at a restaurant in the D.C. suburbs.
This is Griffin's first meeting with team personnel in the Washington, D.C. area. Last week, Redskins offensive coordinator went to Waco, Texas, to meet with Griffin at Baylor University. The Redskins are apparently so confident that the Colts will draft Andrew Luck and that Griffin is their man that Shanahan went over the team's playbook with their presumed quarterback of the future.
Baylor's Robert Griffin III is expected to be one of the top two picks in the 2012 NFL Draft, but he won't be working out for either of the teams holding the first two picks. Indianapolis Colts owner Jim Irsay confirmed on Tuesday that the agent for RGIII declined an opportunity for a private workout with the Colts. And now ESPN's Adam Schefter reports that the Washington Redskins, who hold the second overall pick, won't be requesting a private workout with RGIII, either.
Almost everyone expects the Colts to take Stanford's Andrew Luck with the first pick and then the Redskins to follow that by taking RGIII with the second pick. Apparently, the Redskins saw all they needed of RGIII at Baylor's pro day last month and will not request a work out with him.
Before the 2006 NFL draft, Mike Shanahan, former Broncos head coach and current Redskins head coach, never worked out Jay Cutler before selecting him with the 11th overall pick, so this wouldn't be a first for Shanahan.
Redskins fans can find out all the information they need on RGIII from SB Nation's YouTube scouting report:
The Indianapolis Colts are headed to Stanford on Tuesday to put Andrew Luck through a private workout, but they won't be heading to Baylor to do the same with Robert Griffin III. Colts owner Jim Irsay confirmed via (where else) Twitter that the Colts won't be putting RGIII through a private workout, but it's not for a lack of effort on Indy's part.
A Luck private workout 2day..we want 2b as thorough n disciplined n process of #1 pick..we wanted 2do private with RG3,but his agent said no
It's not clear why RGIII wouldn't work out for the Colts.
The vast majority of people believe the Colts will be selecting Luck with the No. 1 pick in the 2012 NFL draft but Irsay indicated last week that the Colts hadn't yet made their final decision. RGIII has said publicly that he wants to be the No. 1 pick. So why won't he work out for the Colts? Seems that there's probably more to the story.
If the Colts are wondering what they're missing, here is a RGIII scouting report from SB Nation's YouTube team:
The Indianapolis Colts have the first overall pick in the 2012 NFL Draft. They will likely select either Andrew Luck or Robert Griffin III.
Robert Griffin III put on a show at Baylor's Pro Day on Wednesday, completing 78-of-84 passes during the workout in front of representatives from the Washington Redskin and the Indianapolis Colts. Washington owner Dan Snyder, GM Bruce Allen and head coach Mike Shanahan were all attendance, as well as "plane load of people" from Indianapolis including offensive coordinator Clyde Christensen.
Griffin apparently didn't disappoint, throwing just one bad pass on an out route in his first 50 attempts according to Charean Williams. The Redskins traded up for the second overall pick of the 2012 NFL Draft with the St. Louis Rams and are almost certain to select Griffin. There did not appear to be anything Wednesday to deter them from that plan.
Griffin of course won the Heisman Trophy last season, throwing for 3,998 yards, 36 touchdowns and just six interceptions. Since the end of the season he has been nothing but impressive, showing well in interviews and running a 4.41-second 40-yard dash at the 2012 NFL Scouting Combine last month.
There isn't as much anticipation around the top couple of picks in the 2012 NFL draft because we basically know how they'll go: the Colts will select Stanford's Andrew Luck No. 1 and the Redskins will pick Baylor's Robert Griffin III No. 2. I feel about 95 percent confident predicting those first two spots now that the Redskins have traded up with the Rams into the second spot.
So, RG3's pro day at Baylor University won't be the spectacle we once figured it would be, but it's noteworthy nonetheless. It takes place on late Wednesday morning and will be televised on ESPNU, ESPN3 and NFL Network. It will start at 12 p.m. (ET). RG3 didn't throw at the NFL Combine, electing instead to throw to his own receivers at Baylor's pro day, which means this is the first time he'll be throwing publicly since the end of the college football season.
The Colts will be in attendance although many believe it's a foregone conclusion that they'll pick Luck and the Redskins will pick RG3. It would take a stunning turn of events for the top two picks not to go that way.
One hidden benefit of having a star player at your interview is that the rest of the players working out will have a bigger audience of scouts and NFL executives.
Robert Griffin III is poised to be the No. 2 pick in the 2012 NFL Draft. Mainly, that's because of the numbers he posted at Baylor University, such as is 37 touchdowns and nearly 4,300 passing yards he posted during his senior year. In a conversation with New York's WFAN, he pointed out that it's not just his athletic ability that makes him attractive to NFL teams (via Sports Radio Interviews):
"There’s a lot of things. Everybody is going to say hard work and leadership but I think ability to inspire teams and motivate a fan base is what helped me at Baylor University. My teammates believed every time we stepped on the field we would win the game. On offense or on defense, no matter what on defense they’re not going to score and if they do our offense is going to make up for it. On offense we knew we could score every time we got on the field. I’m just excited about bringing that aspect to a team along with my hard work and leadership."
Of course, that ability to inspire is based on a lot more than his mental makeup. Griffin helped take the Bears from 4-8 his freshman year to a 10-3 record in 2011 that saw them win the Alamo Bowl and finish ranked No. 13 in the final AP Poll.
The Washington Redskins have apparently identified Robert Griffin III as the player they want in the 2012 NFL Draft and, according to the Washington Post, are willing to part with two first-round picks, as well as other picks, in order to get him. With Stanford quarterback Andrew Luck projected to go No. 1, the St. Louis Rams likely control the fate of Griffin and they've expressed a willingness to trade out of the position for a haul similar to the one the San Diego Chargers netted in 2004.
The Redskins are reportedly prepared to send their No. 6 overall pick in this year's draft, next year's first-round pick and assorted other picks to St. Louis for the chance to pick Griffin.
Acquiring the pick may not be that simple, though. The Cleveland Browns have two first-round picks in this year's Draft, including the No. 4 overall pick, and are reportedly interested in trading up as well.
Whoever gets Griffin will be getting a player that would probably go No. 1 many years. He recently clocked a 4.41 40 time and finished off his college career by throwing for 4,293 yards, 37 touchdowns and just six interceptions. Mocking the Draft considers him the No. 5 overall prospect, but almost every mock draft has him going at No. 2.
Robert Griffin III has been revealed on the cover of NCAA Football 13. No word yet on whether you'll be able to customize your players' sock choices to include Clifford the Big Red Dog.
Quarterbacks showed up well in the 40-yard dash at the 2012 NFL Scouting Combine, though none better than Heisman Trophy winner Robert Griffin III out of Baylor. With a time of 4.41 seconds, he posted the second fastest 40 of any quarterback at the combine in the last 12 years, with Texas A&M's Reggie McNeal barely holding onto the top spot with his 4.40-second run during the 2005 Combine.
Also having a nice day was Wisconsin's Russell Wilson, whose 4.55-second run should help make up for criticisms about his height.
Darron Thomas did not perform so well. His decision to enter the NFL Draft with another year of eligibility left was criticized from the get-go, and after recording a 4.80 on Sunday, he will have a harder time selling himself as a dual-threat to prospective pro teams. You can check out the full results below.
2012 NFL Combine 40-yard Dash Results - Quarterbacks
If you're wondering how fast Griffin III is, here's a spliced GIF that compares him to Cam Newton and Andrew Luck.
You can check out the full results courtesy of NFL.com.
The NFL Draft Combine has lost its luster over the years because a lot of the top prospects don't fully participate in all of the drills. NFL Network analyst Mike Mayock called out Robert Griffin III and his decision not to throw this week, and unsurprisingly, the Baylor Bears quarterback was ready with a solid answer.
Griffin III alluded that it was simply because he wouldn't have any chemistry with the players he was throwing to, saying he'd rather help out his own wide receivers during the Baylor pro day, according to the transcription provided by Pro Football Talk.
"I thought it was in my best interests not to come and throw to guys I haven't thrown to before, running a game plan I'm not familiar with, and in an environment that I'm not prepared for," Griffin said in response to a question from host Rich Eisen regarding the decision not to show off a multi-million-dollar arm. "So I'll do it at my Pro Day, it kind of helps out the guys at Baylor that are coming out, they can get more scouts there and watch us do our thing."
It's probably not the answer everyone was hoping for, but it does make sense. It doesn't hurt that Griffin III was impressive in the drills he did take part in, either.
Robert Griffin III arrived in Indianapolis for his media session at the 2012 NFL Combine and confirmed previous reports that he will not throw while he's here. Griffin III said he isn't comfortable throwing to receivers he doesn't know and instead will hold a workout in March for NFL teams.
This is usually what the top quarterbacks in the draft do. At the Combine he would be throwing to receivers he's not familiar with, which could reflect negatively on his abilities. Instead, Griffin III will throw to former teammates at Baylor's pro day.
Griffin III also said he met with the Philadelphia Eagles on Thursday night and on Friday night will interview with the Kansas City Chiefs and Cleveland Browns. Every team can interview up to 60 prospects for 15 minutes apiece. The Browns are believed to be one of the teams most interested in him. He has not met with the Indianapolis Colts.
Griffin III is an impressive person to listen to. His press conference was described as "beyond stellar" by one in attendance.
For more on the NFL draft, visit SB Nation's NFL draft blog, Mocking The Draft.
Baylor quarterback Robert Griffin III is one of the top rated prospects in the NFL Draft, and the Heisman-winning quarterback is projected to go as high as the second overall pick. Recently, Griffin spoke with Sports Illustrated and talked about the NFL combine, where the quarterback plans to "wow" teams in the interview room.
"I'm excited to wow them in the interviews with the type of offense that we run, just so they can understand it's not as simple as some people make our spread out to be. It's a different kind of spread,'' Griffin told Sports Illustrated. "Although I don't agree with it, but people say I just burst on the scene this year, so no one knows much about me, whether NFL GMs or analysts, so I get a chance to put my best foot forward.''
Griffin also noted in the interview that he likely will not throw at the NFL combine, instead opting to throw at the Baylor Pro Day on March 21. Originally the Baylor Pro Day was scheduled on the same day as Stanford's, which meant top rated prospect Andrew Luck and Griffin would have dueling Pro Days. Baylor has moved theirs up a day now, so Griffin will get a chance to impress scouts before Luck.
"It's like a performance when it comes to your pro day and when you're throwing. It's exactly like a performance, you've just got to memorize the script and go out and execute to the best of your ability,'' Griffin told Sports Illustrated about throwing at his Pro Day.
For more on the NFL Draft, visit the SB Nation blog Mocking the Draft.
Robert Griffin III will move up his pro day, enabling scouts to see both him and Andrew Luck before the 2012 NFL Draft.
The 2012 NFL Draft is fast approaching and discussion is heating up. One of the latest developments in the draft rumors involves Robert Griffin III, the recent Heisman Trophy-winning quarterback of the Baylor Bears. He is expected to be drafted as one of the top five overall selections, but one NFL team seems likely to trade up to ensure their best chance at landing the prospect.
Jeff Schudel of The News-Herald in Ohio reported that ESPN draft analyst Mel Kiper Jr. appeared on a conference call on Thursday and spoke about the likelihood of the Cleveland Browns trading up in the draft order to ensure that they will be able to select Griffin in the first round. Although the Browns have the No. 4 overall pick, there is no guarantee that the Baylor quarterback will still be on the board at that point. Kiper had this to say:
I think they've pretty much resolved themselves to the fact they're going to go that route. They're probably going to kick Colt McCoy to the curb. That's what happens to a lot of young quarterbacks that don't have great physical qualifications.
The question is going to be how many teams want (Griffin) to be their quarterback? Every team doesn't love every quarterback. Also, does Cleveland have interest in Flynn? He fits more what they do offensively than some of the other teams.
Either way, it will be interesting to see how this all shakes out. According to Kiper, the Browns are resigned to get another option at quarterback in the offseason and look willing to go to some lengths to make that happen. Ryan Van Bibber of the Rams blog Turf Show Times suggests the likelihood that the St. Louis Rams would trade their No. 2 overall pick to the Browns, since they are likely to select an offensive tackle as their No. 1 pick, likely Matt Kalil of USC. The No. 4 pick would make them likely to still obtain Kalil while picking up more draft picks or other compensation. It could potentially be a winning proposition all around for the Rams.
Baylor Bears quarterback Robert Griffin III is one of the more interesting players in the 2012 NFL draft because opinions of him range all over the map. NFL scouts seem to be split the same way on the intriguing quarterback, according to NFL Networks Albert Breer.
One thing I know now after tapping into scouting community for some draft research: Assessments on Robert Griffin are all over the map.— Albert Breer (@AlbertBreer) January 17, 2012
... What that tells me, based on the principle that it "only takes one": There'll be a vigorous market for Griffin. Good chance he goes 2nd.— Albert Breer (@AlbertBreer) January 17, 2012
Breer currently has Robert Griffin III going second overall in his mock draft, but he has the St. Louis Rams trading the pick away to the Miami Dolphins. Griffin has also been linked to the Cleveland Browns, who have the ammunition to trade up if they feel Griffin will not make it to the fourth overall pick.
Baylor Bears quarterback Robert Griffin III officially announced Wednesday that he's leaving for the NFL, saying at his final Baylor press conference, "I pray that I will have the blessing of my coaches and teammates as I move onto the NFL," and asking fans to continue to support Baylor football in the future.
The Heisman Trophy winner said he's achieved his collegiate goals -- he's earned a degree from Baylor and gotten engaged, to boot. He led the Bears to the best season in their Big 12 history and perhaps their best season ever.
As for his NFL chances, most mock drafts have him going in the top 10, especially with Matt Barkley returning to the USC Trojans. SBNation.com's latest 2012 mock draft sent him No. 4 to the Cleveland Browns, adding the following note:
At this point, I would be more shocked if Cleveland kept Colt McCoy than if they traded up in the draft to secure RG3. Washington and Miami (and maybe others), will be circling RG3, so trading up is the only sure way they can nab him. They need some talent to pair with him, but this is a big upgrade for Cleveland.
Robert Griffin III is reportedly one step closer to throwing his name in the ring for the 2012 NFL draft. ESPN's Chris Mortensen reported on Jan. 1 that the Baylor Bears quarterback planned to enter the draft and on Tuesday he reported that Griffin III was in the process of telling Baylor coach Art Briles that he will not return to Baylor. Mort also reports that Griffin III is in the process of selecting an agent.
This is the move everyone expected and, with USC's Matt Barkley and Oklahoma's Landry Jones returning to school, Griffin III should solidify himself as the No. 2 quartebrack behind Stanford's Andrew Luck.
Griffin III will likely be a top five pick and he could create some trade action at the top of the draft. The Indianapolis Colts are expected to take Luck with the first pick while the St. Louis Rams, who already have Sam Bradford, own the second pick. The Minnesota Vikings hold the third pick but they selected Christian Ponder in the first round last year so it's believed they're unlikely to select another quarterback that high. Those two teams could auction off the pick to anyone who wants Griffin III.
And then there's the Cleveland Browns, who have the fourth overall pick. That's where SB Nation's latest 2012 NFL mock draft thinks he'll land. The Browns have Colt McCoy on the roster but it's unclear whether they view him as the future quarterback. If a team is interested in Griffin III, they might have to move ahead of the Browns in the fourth slot, which would create trading opportunities for the Rams and Vikings.
SB Nation's Mocking The Draft has a number of teams listed who could be in the RG3 sweepstakes.
Robert Griffin III is reportedly planning to declare for the 2012 NFL Draft, according to ESPN's Chris Mortensen. This should come as a shock to exactly nobody as the Heisman Trophy winner had almost nothing left to prove in college and is widely expected to be among the top picks in the draft.
In SB Nation's latest Mock NFL Draft, Ryan Van Bibber had Griffin going to the Cleveland Browns with the No. 4 pick. But Griffin might not last even that long if teams like the the Washington Redskins or Miami Dolphins decide to trade up. Mocking the Draft seemed to think the St. Louis Rams, who hold the No. 2 pick, might be one of the teams looking to trade. The only quarterback in the draft expected to go higher is Andrew Luck, who just about everyone has going No. 1 to the Indianapolis Colts.
Let's work with the assumption that Baylor Bears quarterback Robert Griffin III will leave school for the 2012 NFL Draft. He's already graduated and won the Heisman Trophy, Baylor truly cannot get much better than it was this season, and he's got an excellent chance to be the second quarterback drafted. Reports have had him declaring early entry, but it's not official yet.
His father, for one, says RG3 has yet to make up his mind:
"Whatever Robert does, he can't make a bad decision," said his father, Robert Griffin Jr. "He hasn't made his decision because he wants to talk to coach (Art) Briles first. From there, he will let people know."
Most pro and college fans alike would be stunned if Griffin chose to stick around Baylor. This isn't a situation like Matt Barkley at USC, where a potential national championship awaits. Griffin has already achieved something hardly anyone would've thought possible at Baylor, and it's hard to see what he could gain by returning.
Robert Griffin III has helped resurrect a Baylor program regarded as a doormat and won a Heisman Trophy in Waco, and is now likely to be one of the first quarterbacks selected in the 2012 NFL Draft. ESPN's Chris Mortensen is now reporting that Griffin will enter the 2012 NFL Draft, forgoing his senior year of eligibility at Baylor.
Griffin threw for 4,293 yards and 37 touchdowns in 2011, and added another 699 yards and 10 touchdowns on the ground. He was regarded as the third-best quarterback prospect in the 2012 NFL Draft class behind Stanford's Andrew Luck and USC's Matt Barkley before Barkley announced his decision to remain at USC for the 2012 season, and could be a top-five or top-10 pick as a result.
Griffin's mobility and accuracy will both be assets for him, but expect NFL scouts to nitpick his mechanics and wonder about his size and durability.
Robert Griffin III is leaning toward declaring for the 2012 NFL Draft, according to a report.
Robert Griffin III is doing his best to stay focused for his Baylor Bears bowl game against the Washington Huskies, but it apparently hasn't been easy. The quarterback's father has actually been forced to issue an ultimatum to any agents trying to contact his son during preparations leading up to the 2011 Alamo Bowl.
In fact, according to the gossip hounds over at TMZ, Griffin won't sign with any agent that contacts him directly as per a mandate from his father.
Sources close to RG3's family tell TMZ, RG2 (aka Dad) has decided any agents who contact his son directly will be out of the running to sign him ... and thereby, screwed out of a future multi-million dollar commission.
We're told Dad wants all the agents to contact him -- leaving RG3 alone to focus on next week's Alamo Bowl, and his Master's degree. Believe it or not, some reps are playing ball -- we're told Dad's talking to 5 big-time agents ... just in case RG3 goes pro.
As for that big decision -- our source says Griffin is stressed about it, and far from a lock to go pro ...
Whether that keeps agents away remains to be seen, but it's probably worth doing whatever is possible to make sure a future client showcases his talents on the big stage while keeping his family on the good side.
For more on Robert Griffin III and the Bears, head over to the SB Nation blog Our Daily Bears. For more on the Huskies, check out SB Nation blog UW Dawg Pound. For more on the Alamo Bowl, check out our dedicated stream.
The Alamo Bowl might very well be Robert Griffin III's last game as a Baylor Bear as word leaks that his parents are shopping for an agent on his behalf.
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