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Noah Spence, Jarran Reed, Sheldon Rankins and Vernon Butler are among the other Senior Bowl participants surging up the board.
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Hundreds of NFL personnel will descend upon the sleepy southern town of Mobile, Ala. this week for the annual Senior Bowl, where roughly 110 highly rated prospects will be coached by members of the Dallas Cowboys and Jacksonville Jaguars in what could be the most important week of their football-playing lives.
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The need to inject some juice into the offense could force head coaches Hue Jackson (Cleveland) and Chip Kelly (San Francisco) to ignore the talent along the defensive line which is the strength of this class and instead gamble on possible saviors at the so-called skill-positions.
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The Texans star pass rusher said he's been dealing with the injury for six or seven weeks. Head coach Bill O'Brien called the injury 'significant.'
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The Chiefs returned the opening kickoff for a touchdown and never really looked back.
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J.J. Watt plays 96 percent of the Texans' snaps, but he left the field midway through the 3rd quarter with what the team is calling a groin injury.
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Facing questions in the front office, coaching staff and on the roster, the Browns opt for the "easy" choice on draft day.
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If Buffalo is to stick with Tyrod Taylor as its quarterback, surrounding him with weapons is critical. Treadwell isn't a dynamic athlete like Sammy Watkins or Percy Harvin - which is why defensive-minded head coach Rex Ryan and his conservative offensive coordinator Mark Roman may love the Rebels' star.
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Although this year's draft class lacks a no-brainer No. 1 prospect at the quarterback position, several passers will receive first round consideration, including North Dakota State's Carson Wentz
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After missing out on linebackers in the first round the last two years, UCLA's Myles Jack will likely be high on the Cowboys' wish list this spring.
 

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