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Apr 07

THE OFFICIAL Lee-NJ2K-Robert 3 Round Mock


THE OFFICIAL Lee-NJ2K-Robert 3 round mock draft thread, not to be mistaken for the UNOFFICIAL thread. Each mocker will select two picks in a row. Lee NJ2k Robert ROUND ONE Pick Team 1 Houston Texans-Blake Bortles, QB, Central Florida 2 St. Louis Rams (from Washington)-Greg Robinson, OT, Auburn 3 Jacksonville Jaguars-Jadeveon Clowney, DE, South Carolina …

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Apr 03

The Sports Bank.net: Chicago Bears Mock Draft 2.0 (4-3-2014)


The last time I did a Chicago Bears mock draft, general manager Phil Emery made his splash on day one of free agency by signing Lamarr Houston, among others. Since, Emery has added free agent defensive end Jared Allen, and has brought back fan favorite cornerback Charles Tillman. To date, the Chicago Bears have added …

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Apr 01

Walterfootball.com: 2014 April Fools NFL Mock Draft


Houston Texans: Johnny Manziel, RB, Texas A&M There was some speculation that the Texans would pick Johnny Manziel to keep him in Texas, but everyone assumed that he would be Houston’s next franchise quarterback. Owner Bob McNair had something else in mind, apparently. “I had an interestin’ conversation with Wade Phillips during my head-coaching search,” …

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Mar 27

Johnny Manziel at Pro Day: “I can make any throw”


Former Texas A&M quarterback Johnny Manziel threw the ball well at his Pro Day workout today, and he said afterward that he believes he proved he can make every throw an NFL quarterback needs to make. “I can make any throw on the field and hopefully compete with anybody,” Manziel said on NFL Network. http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/category/rumor-mill/

Mar 20

Harvard upsets 5th-seed Cincinnati 61-57


SPOKANE, Wash. (AP) — Those kids from Harvard are getting a passing grade when it comes to the first game of the NCAA tournament. Ask New Mexico last year. Ask Cincinnati now. ”I’ve heard this before where there really aren’t upsets anymore,” Harvard coach Tommy Amaker said. ”There may be some surprises, but I just …

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Mar 15

BTB: Cowboys 2014 Draft: Don’t Expect Miracles

NFL: 2013 NFL Draft-Prospects Festivities

Free agency does not hold any miracle solutions for Dallas. And neither will the NFL Draft. This is going to be a very important draft for the Dallas Cowboys. Of course, saying a draft for any NFL team is very important is sort of like saying that NFL owners like money. It should be something …

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Mar 10

The Sports Bank.net: 2014 NFL Mock Draft Full Seven Round Mock 3-11-14


Version three (here’s our version two) of our full seven round 2014 NFL Mock Draft. It’s done by the same guy who did it for me last year. So I didn’t write it, but I do enjoy posting it. Some interesting mock picks here: Bortles #1 overall, Manziel to Cleveland, Clowney falling out of the …

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Mar 09

NFL Draft Net: 2014 NFL Mock Draft | Pre-Free Agency


The 2014 NFL Draft season rolls along as we come into Free Agency. Teams will start plugging holes that will change NFL Draft needs extremely. Since most NFL Mock Drafts rely so heavily on need, we can see quite a change in projections moving forward as well. Recent releases while teams are trying to make …

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Mar 09

Updated SJ 2014 MOCK DRAFT


1 Texans Blake Bortles, QB, UCF 2 Rams (fr Wash) Greg Robinson, OT, Auburn 3 Jaguars- Jadeveon Clowney, DE, South Carolina 4 Browns-Johnny Manziel, QB, Texas A&M 5 Raiders-Teddy Bridgewater, QB, Louisville 6 Falcons-Jake Matthews, OT, Texas A&M 7 Bucs- Khalil Mack, OLB, Buffalo 8 Vikings-Anthony Barr, DE, UCLA 9 Bills-Sammy Watkins, WR, Clemson 10 …

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Mar 02

Report: Raiders currently prefer Carr to Manziel


With more than two months to go until the first-ever May draft, the gap between the Scouting Combine and the selection process needs to be filled with something.   Other than, you know, free agency.   Before the focus fully shifts to the looming veteran swap meet, let’s pay a little (more) attention to the …

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