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NFL Draft Hybrid TE - Oklahoma State vertical threat, Blake Jackson

Blake Jackson attended Scottsdale CC in Scottsdale, Ariz., and led the team with 62 catches, 934 yards and 16 touchdowns en route to securing first-team All-America honors as a sophomore, in 2011. His 62 catches ranked sixth nationally, his 934 yards were seventh in the nation, and his 16 touchdowns were the third-most in the NJCAA ranks ... Caught 33 passes for 540 yards and nine...
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Bryant Wants Manziel Suspended if Guilty

Dallas Cowboys wide receiver, Dez Bryant, wants to see Johnny Manziel suspended if it is proven that he accepted money for autograph signings.  But Bryant is more mad at the NCAA, than Manziel. “Hell yeah, I’ll be mad,” Bryant said, according to the Star-Telegram.  ”I will be mad.  But I don’t want him to get suspended. I will be mad more at the NCAA on how they do things...
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