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Buccaneers Charlie Campbell of WalterFootball.com reports that sources close the Buccaneers have informed him that there is a lot of support within the Buc’s organization for drafting Mississippi State CB Johnthan Banks. Tampa Bay could end up targeting Banks with their first-round pick (No. 13 overall) come April. Campbell adds that it’s unlikely that they’ll consider trading up given that they have plenty of areas that need to be addressed. Sources suggested that they could look to trade back and grab Banks at a later point. Manti Te’o NFL Network’s Mike Mayock discussed the differences between Panther LB Luke Kuechly and Notre Dame LB Manti Te’o. Mayock believes Kuechly is close to being the perfect linebacker for the current NFL game. Te’o, on the other hand, isn’t on the same level as the former Boston College linebacker. “Te’o struggles a little bit more because he isn’t naturally built that way,” said Mayock, via WalterFootball.com. “He isn’t as naturally quick or
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