(Eds: With AP Photos.) By TIM DAHLBERG AP Sports Columnist The moment NFL fans have been waiting for since the last seconds ticked away in the Super Bowl arrives Thursday. It's the draft.
And It figures to be a grand event, full of the kind of pomp and circumstance the NFL is famous for, even though the glamour picks and where they will play have long been decided. Andrew Luck will be toiling for the rebuilding Indianapolis Colts, while Heisman Trophy winner Robert Griffin III will be charged with trying to do what countless quarterbacks before him could not - win games in the nation's capital.
While the college elite wait to be picked, another waiting game goes on. Some two dozen current and former members of the New Orleans Saints are wondering if they will play at all when the new season kicks off a few months from now.
Unlike those picked in the draft by their new teams, their futures are more uncertain.
By now they've probably figured out that commissioner Roger Goodell is ...