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Once known as a consistent producer of "freakish" athletes for the NFL, Maryland has seemingly fallen on tough times with just six players selected in the past five drafts. With reigning Lou Groza Award-winning placekicker Brad Craddock and a few young playmakers on defense, however, more success could be on the horizon for the Terrapins.
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NFL teams looking for help will get one more opportunity with seven players officially granted eligibility by the league for this year's Supplemental Draft, scheduled for next Thursday, July 9. Former Clemson left tackle Isaiah Battle is the only surefire pick but a few of the others could draw interest, as well.
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Clemson's loss will be the NFL's gain, according to one high-ranking scout who is confident that some club will be willing to invest a pick during July's Supplemental Draft on the 6-foot-6, 290 pound left tackle, who is opting to leave school early due to family obligations.
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If he is going to become an NFL star, Jameis Winston will need steady play from fellow rookies Ali Marpet and Donovan Smith along the offensive line.
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The Packers cut A.J. Hawk and Brad Jones prior to the draft, with Ted Thompson gambling that he'd be able to find a rookie replacement. In nabbing Ryan in the fourth round, Thompson may have accomplished just that.
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Lions fans are taking a wait-and-see approach on Gabe Wright. And you can't blame them after Nick Fairley, who also came from Auburn with high expectations.
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NFL teams that missed out on a talented 2015 crop of pass rushers could have one final opportunity to land a rookie with the 6-foot-5, 238 pound Caldwell taking steps to make himself eligible for the 2015 Supplemental Draft. The well-traveled Caldwell dominated the Gulf South Conference last year, recording 18.5 tackles for loss and 12 sacks.
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Nate Orchard -- the reigning defensive end of the year in college football -- and No. 12 overall selection Danny Shelton are big reasons why the Browns could be on the verge of big things.
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While addressing the club's biggest area of concern in the second round rather than the first took some by surprise, new GM Scot McCloughan and head coach Jay Gruden could get the last laugh with talented edge rusher Preston Smith looking like an ideal complement at outside linebacker to Ryan Kerrigan.
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Say what you will about Chip Kelly; he knows how to score points and has a better grasp on the talent coming out of the Pac-12 than perhaps any other head coach in the NFL. That is a recipe that could help his prized first round pick, Nelson Agholor, enjoy a splashy debut season in the NFC East.
 

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