Long Draft Weekend Pays Off For Wisconsin Center Bill Nagy

University of Wisconsin center Bill Nagy, a four year letterman for the Badgers, had watched two and a half days of the 2011 NFL Draft before his cell phone rang. On the other end was Cowboys owner and general manager Jerry Jones, who told Nagy that he would be the team’s seventh round selection.For Nagy, the call represented the end of a long, hopeful wait.''As the draft was winding...
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May 09, 2011  |  Discuss

Middle Relief

That's a wrap. The Cowboys stayed put with all eight of their original picks in the draft, headlined by USC tackle Tyron Smith. Wisconsin OL Bill Nagy was the final pick.
April 30, 2011  |  Discuss

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