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Felger & Mazz NFL Draft Big Board: Safeties

BOSTON (CBS) — How often do mock drafts get it right?

The scientific process of guessing who NFL teams will select when the draft rolls around is a great way to generate a ton of content for readers to pore over every year, but it very rarely hits with actual selections come draft weekend. 169 more words

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5 Things To Watch For On Day 1 Of The NFL Draft

Bryan Altman

The sport that never sleeps is ready for its biggest night of the offseason.

No more mock drafts, no more combines and no more bizarre questions for prospects to figure out how to answer as the NFL Draft is ready to kick off from Philadelphia tonight at 8 p.m. 1,030 more words

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5 Things To Watch For On Day 1 Of The NFL Draft

Bryan Altman

The sport that never sleeps is ready for its biggest night of the offseason.

No more mock drafts, no more combines and no more bizarre questions for prospects to figure out how to answer as the NFL Draft is ready to kick off from Philadelphia tonight at 8 p.m. 1,030 more words

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Corey Davis' Sister Says She Wants Butt Implants With Draft Money [VIDEO]

By: Evan Jankens
@kingofthekc

When a player is selected in the NFL Draft their dream has come true, whether it’s in the first round or the seventh. 297 more words

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Redskins, OT Morgan Moses close to five-year contract extension

WASHINGTON — The Redskins and offensive tackle Morgan Moses are finalizing terms on a five-year contract extension, according to multiple league and team sources.

Moses, 26, has started every game at right tackle the past two seasons for Washington. 200 more words

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Felger & Mazz NFL Draft Big Board: Cornerbacks

BOSTON (CBS) — How often do mock drafts get it right?

The scientific process of guessing who NFL teams will select when the draft rolls around is a great way to generate a ton of content for readers to pore over every year, but it very rarely hits with actual selections come draft weekend. 169 more words

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Davis, Kupp Among Promising WRs From Smaller Programs

By NOAH TRISTER, AP Sports Writer

It would be foolish to dismiss a wide receiver prospect just because he played at a less prominent college program. 625 more words

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