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PLAYERS: Dion JordanSharrif FloydRyan NassibMatt BarkleyLane JohnsonChip KellyStar LotuleleiJoe HadenJonathan CooperDoug MarroneDarrelle RevisMark SanchezXavier RhodesChance WarmackD.J. FlukerJake LongBarkevious MingoDesmond TrufantSam BradfordJarvis JonesSylvester WilliamsJerry JonesTony RomoJohnathan HankinsBjoern WernerOsi UmenyioraChris CantyTyler EifertJay CutlerKenny VaccaroAndre SmithAlec OgletreeMatt ElamCordarrelle PattersonBrian UrlacherAaron RodgersMatt SchaubDatone JonesChandler JonesD.J. HaydenMargus HuntJustin SmithAnquan BoldinLuke Hughes
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The 2013 edition of the NFL draft is finally upon us. All of the workouts are over, the evaluations are done and now we play the waiting game. Only 29 of the 32 NFL teams currently have first-round picks, but that doesn’t mean 29 teams will be making picks on Thursday night. In 2012 only 27 teams ended up picking in the first round, but in 2011 31 of the 32 teams selected a player in the first round. So, don’t be surprised if teams trade out of the first or back into the end of the round on Thursday. As for the actual picks, Texas A&M’s Luke Joeckel appears to be the consensus for the Chiefs at No. 1 overall, but Central Michigan’s Eric Fisher is still in contention for the honor. But after those two, the rest of the first round is very much a crapshoot. Defenders like Oregon’s Dion Jordan and Florida’s Sharrif Floyd have piqued the interest of many teams, but either could come off the board anywhere from No. 2 all the way into the mid teens. The big position of question continu...
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