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Why aren't any college analysts featured on NFL draft coverage?

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An excellent point that I never thought of, brought to you by Yahoo! Sports' Shutdown Corner blog.

Tyson Jackson Drafted #3 to the Chiefs

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Congratulations to Tyson Jackson.

Doesn't look like EA Sports thinks too highly of T-Jack.

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Tysonjackson

Doesn't look like EA Sports thinks too highly of T-Jack.

NFL Draft Open Thread

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Updates: Andre Smith goes to the Cincinnati Bengals with the #6 overall selection. Glen Coffee goes to the San Francisco 49ers with the 9th pick in the third round, the #74 overall pick. A...

[The Bills] should have waited until the Eagles were on the clock at No. 28 to make the...

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[The Bills] should have waited until the Eagles were on the clock at No. 28 to make the trade... Work out the deal in advance. Insist on secrecy from everyone involved... And then pull the trigger when it’s too late for anyone picking after No. 28 to leapfrog the Bills and land the player they might be targeting... If they hope to replace Peters by packaging the eleventh overall pick with the Eagles’ selection at No. 28 for a shot at trading into the top five for Jason Smith or Eugene Monroe, then the Bills would need to have the extra pick in hand before the draft begins... Our guess? The Chiefs would be willing to take a couple hundred [draft [position] points less than the chart says they should get, if it means getting out of the crosshairs of the contract paid to the No. 3 overall selection — which last year landed for Falcons quarterback Matt Ryan a six-year, $72 million deal.

ProFootballTalk.com - Bills Should Have Waited To Finalize Peters Trade

Saints "On the Clock" segment on NFL Network's Path to the Draft

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This aired tonight. Casserly and Dukes breakdown the Saints options at #14. Nothing new here, but I can't help but to watch these things. But thanks to CSC and Saintsational and the rest of y'all, I am so glad to say that these segments are no longer one of my main sources for Saints offseason news. I have found my main source - just let me mainline the CSC, baby!

Saints take Wells? Q: In Charles...

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Saints take Wells? Q: In Charles Davis' latest mock draft, he predicted that we would take Beanie Wells. Didn't Sean Payton say that he was going to get a power back this offseason? Beanie Wells might be the best available player when we pick in the first round, just like Deuce was in 2001. I know that we have a lot of money invested in a Heisman running back right now, but didn't we have big money invested in a Heisman running back in 2001? Wasn't his name Ricky Williams? Here's another stat that jumps out: Deuce 6-1, 232; Beanie, 6-1, 237. What do you think, Jeff? Will history repeat itself? Richard Flood. A: Richard, you make some good points. I don't think it's out of the question that the Saints draft a running back at No. 14 and Beanie Wells would likely be the first target. He would add a dimension to the team and improve its ability to close out games, which was a major bugaboo last year. I'm confident the Saints will take the best player available if they chose to stay at No. 14 and the best player very well could be Beanie Wells.

Duncan's Mailbag - Draft Edition - 3/20/09

A Proposed Draft Strategy for the Saints This Year

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Should the Saints try to emulate the draft strategy of the Bill Walsh-era 49ers?

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