Found April 25, 2012 on NESN.com:
The Jacksonville Jaguars are trying to get one over on the in-state rival Miami Dolphins by flaunting their No. 7 pick in order to get Ryan Tannehill. The Jaguars personnel have insisted on the record that Miami will take Tannehill, something the team has denied. Meanwhile stories have emerged from 'anonymous sources' that Miami owner Stephen Ross is set on taking the quarterback. There have also been rumors that the Cleveland Browns want him. The Vikings at No. 3 may be willing to trade down so the Browns can get their player. The Jaguars and Vikings are committed to their...
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