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New Orleans Saints 2015 free agency outlook: Edge rushers and outside linebackers Posted By: mvtrucking Posted On Yesterday 03:05 PM


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The New Orleans Saints don't look to be a major player in free agency this offseason. They have some work to do to get under the 2015 NFL salary cap of $143.28 million and still leave enough money to draw in potential players.

The Saints' salary-cap situation was as bad or worse in 2014, and they still managed to snag Jairus Byrd, the top free-agent safety on the market. They also signed cornerback Keenan Lewis in 2013. So the team is certainly capable of finding a way to make some moves.

Part 3 of our 10-part series examining the Saints' free agency outlook is on edge rushers or outside linebackers. We're treating this group separately from the defensive line, which we reviewed Monday, and linebackers, which we'll take a look on Wednesday. (Also, check out on an earlier installment on the quarterbacks).

By Evan Woodbery / Times-Picayune

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New Orleans Saints 2015 free agency outlook: Running backs Posted By: mvtrucking Posted On Yesterday 03:03 PM


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The New Orleans Saints don't look to be a major player in free agency this offseason. They have some work to do to get under the projected salary cap of $143 million and still leave enough money to draw in potential players.

The Saints' salary-cap situation was as bad or worse in 2014, and they still managed to snag Jairus Byrd, the top free-agent safety on the market. They also signed cornerback Keenan Lewis in 2013. So the team is certainly capable of finding a way to make these moves.

With free agency beginning March 10, and negotiations between agents and teams commencing March 7, we'll take a look at each position group and what the Saints might do.

By Katherine Terrell / Times-Picayune

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New Orleans Saints better prepare for running back Mark Ingram to run out the door: Larry Holder Posted By: mvtrucking Posted On Yesterday 03:01 PM


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Mark Ingram wasn't worth $5 million to the New Orleans Saints for the 2015 season in May 2014 when the team declined to pick up a fifth-year option. The Saints probably aren't willing to venture that deep into their pocket at this point either even after Ingram's best season in 2014.

There are a handful of running back-hungry teams lurking in free agency with money to spend and playing time to offer. This means the Saints better prepare themselves for life after Ingram.

The cupboard isn't totally bare.

By Larry Holder / Times-Picayune

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NFL calendar 2015: Key dates, deadlines and events to know Posted By: mvtrucking Posted On 03-02-2015 09:50 AM


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March is a busy month for NFL teams and players -- especially those without a contract for 2015.

The old league year expires -- and the new one begins -- on March 10, but the free-agent negotiating window begins three days earlier.

Teams must also have their financial house in order as they're required to squeeze under the 2015 salary cap at the start of the new league year.

How will some of these dates impact the New Orleans Saints?

By Evan Woodbery / Times-Picayune

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As Junior Galette's giant bonus looms, New Orleans Saints face tough decisions Posted By: mvtrucking Posted On 03-02-2015 09:47 AM


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Converting Junior Galette's $12.5 million roster bonus into a signing bonus was supposed to be the easiest decision of an offseason filled with much tougher choices for the New Orleans Saints.

But Galette's recent legal trouble -- and uncertainty about how the NFL will respond -- has complicated discussions of his future.

It's not known for sure what rights the Saints have under the contract Galette signed last October, and just how bold the team will be in asserting those rights.

By Evan Woodbery / Times-Picayune

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New Orleans Saints 2015 free agency outlook: quarterbacks Posted By: mvtrucking Posted On 03-02-2015 09:45 AM


Full Story – Nola.Com


The New Orleans Saints don't look to be a major player in free agency this offseason. They have some work to do to get under the projected salary cap of $143 million and still leave enough money to draw in potential players.

The Saints' salary-cap situation was as bad or worse in 2014, and they still managed to snag Jairus Byrd, the top free-agent safety on the market. They also signed cornerback Keenan Lewis in 2013. So the team is certainly capable of finding a way to make these moves.

With free agency beginning March 10, and negotiations between agents and teams commencing March 7, we'll take a look at each position group and what the Saints might do:

By Katherine Terrell / Times-Picayune

Full Story – Nola.Com
Reggie, Reggie available again Posted By: Dan in Lafayette Posted On 03-01-2015 01:51 AM


Reggie, Reggie available again

By Mike Detillier

It seems just like yesterday that USC halfback Reggie Bush was drafted by the New Orleans Saints.

Bush was considered in the same category as O.J. Simpson, Bo Jackson, Herschel Walker, Earl Campbell, Marcus Allen, Barry Sanders and Billy Sims coming out of college.

The fleet-footed halfback was a dominant college player, and there is no doubt that Bush played a major factor in getting the Saints to the 2006 NFC championship game. Also, he was a huge factor in helping the Saints win Super Bowl XLIV.

Bush was released by the Detroit Lions last week, and there was an initial outcry to bring him back to New Orleans.

With Mark Ingram scheduled to be an unrestricted free agent, some believe Bush would again be a great fit for the Saints. I agree he would he would fit back with the Saints, but it would also be measured on how much money he wants. Bush still believes he is a top player and wants to be paid like one.

I don't think that will happen with any NFL team. I think that it is a major longshot he re-signs with the Saints. Bush was a good pro player, but he was never the dominant runner we saw in college.

Bush is still a good receiver coming out of the backfield and a good edge rusher, but injuries and age have started to take a toll on him as a player.

Right now, Ingram is more valuable to the Saints than to any other team based on what they gave up to get him. To be honest, I think Ingram has more gas left in his football tank as a player.

If the Saints make a money play for any running back, it will not be Ingram, but again it will all be about money.

What is interesting is a comparison of the career statistics of Deuce McAllister, the greatest running back ever for the Saints, to the career statistics of Reggie Bush. McAllister rushed for 6,096 yards on 1,429 carries and scored 49 rushing touchdowns. He also caught 234 passes for 1,720 yards and five scores. Bush during his pro career with the Saints, Dolphins and Lions has rushed for 5,465 yards on 1,266 carries and scored 35 touchdowns. And he has caught 466 passes for 3,489 yards and 18 scores.

Bush is still a good niche player in the NFL, but he will quickly find out that there will not be an NFL team that will continue to pay him...
Mike D's Early 1st Round Mock Draft Posted By: Dan in Lafayette Posted On 02-26-2015 07:37 PM


Mike D's Early 1st Round Mock Draft

By Mike Detillier


1. Tampa Bay Bucs - Jameis Winston, QB, Florida State

2. Tennessee Titans - Leonard Williams, DT, USC

3. Jacksonville Jaguars - Dante Fowler, Jr., DE/OLB, Florida

4. Oakland Raiders - Kevin White, WR, West Virginia

5. Washington Redskins - Randy Gregory, DE/OLB, Nebraska

6. New York Jets - Marcus Mariota, QB, Oregon

7. Chicago Bears - Danny Shelton, DT, Washington

8. Atlanta Falcons - Vic Beasley, OLB/DE, Clemson

9. New York Giants - Shane Ray, DE/OLB, Missouri

10. St. Louis Rams - Amari Cooper, WR, Alabama

11. Minnesota Vikings - Brandon Scherff, OT/OG, Iowa

12. Cleveland Browns - Andrus Peat, OT, Stanford

13. New Orleans Saints - La'El Collins, OT/OG, LSU

14. Miami Dolphins - Trae Waynes, CB, Michigan State

15. San Francisco 49ers - DeVante Parker, WR, Louisville

16. Houston Texans - Landon Collins, S, Alabama

17. San Diego Chargers - Ereck Flowers, OT, Miami (Fla.)

18. Kansas City Chiefs - Jaelen Strong, WR, Arizona State

19. Cleveland Browns - Malcolm Brown, DT, Texas

20. Philadelphia Eagles - Alvin "Bud" Dupree, DE/OLB, Kentucky

21. Cincinnati Bengals - Shaq Thompson, OLB/SS, Washington

22. Pittsburgh Steelers - Maxx Williams, TE, Minnesota

23. Detroit Lions - T.J. Clemmings, OT, Pittsburgh

24. Arizona Cardinals - Melvin Gordon, HB, Wisconsin

25. Carolina Panthers - D.J. Humphries, OT, Florida

26. Baltimore Ravens - Sammie Coates, WR, Auburn

27. Dallas Cowboys - Jordan Phillips, DT, Oklahoma

28. Denver Broncos - Cameron Erving, OL, Florida State

29. Indianapolis Colts - Todd Gurley, HB, Georgia

30. Green Bay Packers - Marcus Peters, CB, Washington

31. Seattle Seahawks - Jalen Collins, CB, LSU

32. New England Patriots - Dorial Green Beckham, WR, Missouri/OU



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Subject: TOUCHDOWN CLUB OF NEW ORLEANS TO HONOR BRADSHAW, HUDSPETH, DETILLIER, AND DESHAZIER Posted By: Dan in Lafayette Posted On 02-24-2015 05:53 PM
Subject: TOUCHDOWN CLUB OF NEW ORLEANS TO HONOR BRADSHAW, HUDSPETH, DETILLIER, AND DESHAZIER

Awards Committee
The Touchdown Club of New Orleans
P.O. Box 50249
New Orleans, LA 70150
www.tdcno.org

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Telephone: 504.885.5749
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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

TOUCHDOWN CLUB OF NEW ORLEANS TO HONOR BRADSHAW, HUDSPETH, DETILLIER, AND DESHAZIER



NEW ORLEANS – Terry Bradshaw, FOX NFL Analyst and former Steeler Quarterback, along with Mark Hudspeth, Head Coach of the Louisiana-Lafayette Ragin Cajuns, Prep Coach Tim Detillier of the Lutcher Bulldogs, and John DeShazier of Saints.com and Pelicans’ Color Analyst will be honored for their contributions to football by The Touchdown Club of New Orleans at a banquet on March 7 at The Windsor Court Hotel, 300 Gravier Street in New Orleans.

Tickets are available by calling The Touchdown Club at (504) 242-4545. Mike Detillier, college and pro football analyst and Co-Host of Second Guess on WWL-870, will serve as master of ceremonies.

The Club will present Bradshaw with the 25th annual Pete Rozelle Award, given each year to the person who has made outstanding contributions to professional football and the National Football League. Bradshaw captured four Super Bowls as Steeler Quarterback and now serves as an NFL analyst on Fox NFL Sunday.

Collegiate Award recipient Hudspeth has guided his teams to a 93-33 record as a Head Coach. Under him, the Ragin Cajuns have captured 36 wins for the best four year record in program history. The Cajuns became the first school in NCAA history to win the same bowl game (R+L Carriers New Orleans Bowl) four consecutive years.

The Prep Award goes to Detillier, who has been coaching for 30 years. At Lutcher for 28 years, he has more than 250 wins, and his teams have advanced to the state playoffs in each of the last 28 years.

DeShazier will receive the Bob Roesler Media Award for his work as a Sports Writer and broadcaster. A native of Macon, GA, he has been covering sports for over 20 years. He currently is senior writer for NewOrleansSaints.com and radio color analyst for the New Orleans Pelicans.

Past Honorees

Pete...
Cap-strapped Saints were prepared to release Pro Bowl guard Jahri Evans, now negotiating to keep him, sources say Posted By: mvtrucking Posted On 02-24-2015 09:30 AM


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Jahri Evans, one of the New Orleans Saints' most decorated players and their anchor on the offensive line for nearly 10 seasons, faces an uncertain future with the team.

The Saints were initially prepared to release Evans, according to league sources, as they work to get under the NFL salary cap by the new league year on March 10. However, they've recently reached out to Evans' camp to figure out a way to keep him.

The Saints are at least $20 million over the NFL's projected salary cap of $143 million for each team next season. They can get close to that number through simple contract restructures, but still face some difficult decisions about what to do with their high-priced veterans.

By Katherine Terrell / Times-Picayune

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What to do at #13 -- Mike Detillier Posted By: Dan in Lafayette Posted On 02-21-2015 11:26 PM


What to do at #13

By Mike Detillier

The NFL Scouting Combine is well under way and the evaluation of college players has started to hit high gear for the 32 NFL teams.

The Scouting Combine is just a small piece of the personnel puzzle. It does give you very important medical information on each player that is very hard to get before this process and it is the first real job interview for each of the players invited.

How fast a guy can run, how much weight he can lift, how high he can jump and running the drills do have some sense of importance, but it doesn't tell anyone the real big question. Can he play football in the NFL?

That is determined on what the young men do out on the field, not at a shorts and sneakers Olympic trial. The tape on a player is the real evaluation. But what you hope to find out at the Combine is just how hard a player has worked in the off-season and does he like football for the trappings or is it his passion.

The interviews are important in formulating the thoughts of the 32 teams. And yes, coaches, scouts and front-office types do fall in love with athleticism. It is easy to do, but you also have to have your guidance set in place on finding the best football players.

I will always remember a conversation I had with former New Orleans Saints general manager and NFL Hall of Fame executive Jim Finks many years ago:

"The draft process is made to be complicated, but it is no more than an educated guess on how that young man will react to playing professional football," Finks said. "You hope to find players with character, players with a certain dedication to the game and also there are always unconventional people at every profession and you hope they add some "oomph" to your organization. I want team oriented guys, smart players that are certainly athletically gifted football players, but I want first and foremost, football players, not just athletes that can run, jump and lift a lot of weights. I can go to a gym and find people like that. This is the NFL and very few can cut it "football-wise" at this level. The quarterback position is vital on every team, but what wins is the guys up front, offensive and defensive lines. They are the difference-makers in this...
Decision on Cowboys running back DeMarco Murray could affect market value of Saints' Mark Ingram Posted By: mvtrucking Posted On 02-19-2015 09:46 AM


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INDIANAPOLIS -- New Orleans Saints free agent Mark Ingram is likely looking closely at what's happening around the league with other running backs.

Ingram has stated he would like to return to the Saints. The Saints have indicated they would like him back, and told him that in his January exit meeting. But of course, that all depends on what price Ingram could command.

Ingram just concluded his four-year, $7 million rookie contract. But after a Pro Bowl season, he'll no doubt be seeking a bigger piece of the pie in his second contract.

By Katherine Terrell / Times-Picayune

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Mickey Loomis: New Orleans Saints have salary cap 'plan,' 20-item checklist for offseason Posted By: mvtrucking Posted On 02-19-2015 09:42 AM


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INDIANAPOLIS -- The New Orleans Saints have a plan to get under the NFL salary cap by March 10 and an offseason checklist to improve on last year's 7-9 season, general manager Mickey Loomis told NOLA.com | The Times-Picayune in an interview at the NFL Combine.

"I wouldn't call it easy, yet we know what our plan is," Loomis said. "And we've known what it's going to be for some quite time -- in terms of just getting under the cap."

The Saints are well above the projected 2015 salary cap, although the team has a handful of bonus conversions that can quickly slice millions off its cap number.

By Evan Woodbery / Times-Picayune

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Notebook: Pace gives insight into possible Saints’ offseason Posted By: mvtrucking Posted On 02-19-2015 09:40 AM


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INDIANAPOLIS — The New Orleans Saints are one of a small handful of teams that are not scheduled to have formal media availability this week at the scouting combine.

But former director of player personnel Ryan Pace, who is now the general manager of the Chicago Bears, stepped to the lectern Wednesday morning and shared his thoughts on how his team is likely to attack the offseason. And since Pace cut his teeth in New Orleans, this could offer a glimpse into how the Saints view the offseason period.

“What I like doing is balancing what are the strengths of the draft versus what are the strengths of free agency and kind of balancing it out,” Pace said. “We’ll look at free agency and I’ll know the positions that are strong, areas that we can attack and we’ll do that when necessary. It will be calculated. In a perfect world you address a lot of your needs in free agency to open up the draft for best player available.”

By Nick Underhill / New Orleans Advocate

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Mardi Gras Weekend Sports Notes -- Mike Detillier Posted By: Dan in Lafayette Posted On 02-14-2015 11:57 PM


Mardi Gras Weekend Sports Notes

By Mike Detillier

For most watching Peyton Manning walk off the football field after losing to the Indianapolis Colts 24-13 during the 2014 playoffs, you thought that may be the last game Manning ever played football. But a few weeks off and some rehab to an injured quad muscle now has the greatest football player to ever come out of the state of Louisiana returning to the Denver Broncos for 2015.

You may have wondered how the very structured veteran quarterback would react to dramatic changes to the Denver Broncos coaching staff that now has a new head coach in Gary Kubiak, a new offensive coordinator in Rick Dennison and a new defensive coordinator in veteran coach Wade Phillips. But Manning has great trust in the most important figure in the Broncos organization in John Elway. Manning's return to the game he is consumed by is all tied to his close relationship and trust in John Elway to help piece together a team that will get Manning and Denver to another Super Bowl.

While some of the passing "oomph" has been taken away from Manning because of injuries and age, is there any debate that he is still one of the top five quarterbacks in the game today? The answer is clear. Peyton Manning may not be considered the very best in the game today, but he is in that area code and he is still a "star" player and an elite one in the NFL.

Now Elway needs to break out the checkbook and gain long term deals with standout wide receiver Demaryius Thomas and star tight end Julius Thomas, but they must also protect Manning better and gain a better "power" rushing attack.

Reports are that Peyton Manning will work out this off-season in New Orleans for a stretch with workout/nutritional guru Mackie Shilstone.

Book this, one day when the playing career is over with, watch for Peyton Manning to be a minority owner of an NFL team and run the football show in the same manner John Elway does in Denver.

A possible spot is the Tennessee Titans.


Signing Ingram

One thing to watch out for over the next few weeks is the "heat up" in negotiations between the New Orleans Saints and soon to be free agent halfback Mark Ingram.
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Saints re-sign K Graham, LB Haralson Posted By: mvtrucking Posted On 02-12-2015 09:07 PM


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New Orleans, LA (SportsNetwork.com) - The New Orleans Saints announced Thursday that the team has reached agreements on one-year contracts with outside linebacker Parys Haralson and kicker Shayne Graham.

Both players were slated to be unrestricted free agents in March.

Haralson made 12 starts for New Orleans last season and totaled 35 tackles and three sacks while appearing in all 16 contests.

Acquired from San Francisco prior to the 2013 campaign, Haralson has made 88 starts and amassed 28 sacks over eight NFL seasons.

By Sports Network / San LuisOBispo

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Reggie, Reggie available again
Posted On 03-01-2015


Reggie, Reggie available again

By Mike Detillier

It seems just like yesterday that USC halfback Reggie Bush was drafted by the New Orleans Saints.

Bush was considered in the same category as O.J. Simpson, Bo Jackson, Herschel Walker, Earl Campbell, Marcus Allen, Barry Sanders and Billy Sims coming out of college.

The fleet-footed halfback was a dominant college player, and there is no doubt that Bush played a major factor in getting the Saints to the 2006 NFC championship game. Also, he was a huge factor in helping the Saints win Super Bowl XLIV.

Bush was released by the Detroit Lions last week, and there was an initial outcry to bring him back to New Orleans.

With Mark Ingram scheduled to be an unrestricted free agent, some believe Bush would again be a great fit for the Saints. I agree he would he would fit back with the Saints, but it would also be measured on how much money he wants. Bush still believes he is a top player and wants to be paid like one.

I don't think that will happen with any NFL team. I think that it is a major longshot he re-signs with the Saints. Bush was a good pro player, but he was never the dominant runner we saw in college.

Bush is still a good receiver coming out of the backfield and a good edge rusher, but injuries and age have started to take a toll on him as a player.

Right now, Ingram is more valuable to the Saints than to any other team based on what they gave up to get him. To be honest, I think Ingram has more gas left in his football tank as a player.

If the Saints make a money play for any running back, it will not be Ingram, but again it will all be about money.

What is interesting is a comparison of the career statistics of Deuce McAllister, the greatest running back ever for the Saints, to the career statistics of Reggie Bush. McAllister rushed for 6,096 yards on 1,429 carries and scored 49 rushing touchdowns. He also caught 234 passes for 1,720 yards and five scores. Bush during his pro career with the Saints, Dolphins and Lions has rushed for 5,465 yards on 1,266 carries and scored 35 touchdowns. And he has caught 466 passes for 3,489 yards and 18 scores.

Bush is still a good niche player in the NFL, but he will quickly find out that there will not be an NFL team that will continue to pay him...
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Mike D's Early 1st Round Mock Draft
Posted On 02-26-2015


Mike D's Early 1st Round Mock Draft

By Mike Detillier


1. Tampa Bay Bucs - Jameis Winston, QB, Florida State

2. Tennessee Titans - Leonard Williams, DT, USC

3. Jacksonville Jaguars - Dante Fowler, Jr., DE/OLB, Florida

4. Oakland Raiders - Kevin White, WR, West Virginia

5. Washington Redskins - Randy Gregory, DE/OLB, Nebraska

6. New York Jets - Marcus Mariota, QB, Oregon

7. Chicago Bears - Danny Shelton, DT, Washington

8. Atlanta Falcons - Vic Beasley, OLB/DE, Clemson

9. New York Giants - Shane Ray, DE/OLB, Missouri

10. St. Louis Rams - Amari Cooper, WR, Alabama

11. Minnesota Vikings - Brandon Scherff, OT/OG, Iowa

12. Cleveland Browns - Andrus Peat, OT, Stanford

13. New Orleans Saints - La'El Collins, OT/OG, LSU

14. Miami Dolphins - Trae Waynes, CB, Michigan State

15. San Francisco 49ers - DeVante Parker, WR, Louisville

16. Houston Texans - Landon Collins, S, Alabama

17. San Diego Chargers - Ereck Flowers, OT, Miami (Fla.)

18. Kansas City Chiefs - Jaelen Strong, WR, Arizona State

19. Cleveland Browns - Malcolm Brown, DT, Texas

20. Philadelphia Eagles - Alvin "Bud" Dupree, DE/OLB, Kentucky

21. Cincinnati Bengals - Shaq Thompson, OLB/SS, Washington

22. Pittsburgh Steelers - Maxx Williams, TE, Minnesota

23. Detroit Lions - T.J. Clemmings, OT, Pittsburgh

24. Arizona Cardinals - Melvin Gordon, HB, Wisconsin

25. Carolina Panthers - D.J. Humphries, OT, Florida

26. Baltimore Ravens - Sammie Coates, WR, Auburn

27. Dallas Cowboys - Jordan Phillips, DT, Oklahoma

28. Denver Broncos - Cameron Erving, OL, Florida State

29. Indianapolis Colts - Todd Gurley, HB, Georgia

30. Green Bay Packers - Marcus Peters, CB, Washington

31. Seattle Seahawks - Jalen Collins, CB, LSU

32. New England Patriots - Dorial Green Beckham, WR, Missouri/OU



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