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Sports Trades at top of NFL draft spark uncertainty for non-QB prospects

As recently as earlier this month, whenever Laremy Tunsil pictured his NFL draft moment here in Chicago, he envisioned himself walking across the stage as the No. 3 to the San Diego Chargers.“When Tennessee traded the pick, I'm human, it hurt," Tunsil told USA TODAY Sports on Wednesday." But hey, that's a part of the game. Both of those teams are expected to take quarterbacks, Cal’s Jared Goff and Carson Wentz from North Dakota State, meaning the earliest Tunsil could get drafted is at No.
USA Today
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Sports What college football coaches should expect when NCAA allows texting

A couple of the University of Georgia football coaches have approached basketball coach Mark Fox to ask about it; a few at Notre Dame have reached out to basketball coach Mike Brey.College football coaches are curious about the NCAA's deregulation of electronic communication . He tries not to text prospects during their school day, or too late at night if they don’t want that.“You know if you’re over-boarding it with a young guy,” Miles said.
USA Today
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Sports Local prospects show off skills at Broncos pro day

Former Rock Canyon High defensive end Taylor Sheridan shares an alma mater, Montana State, with Broncos defensive line coach Bill Kollar. Former Memphis quarterback Paxton Lynch visited the Broncos Tuesday, according to an NFL source. Lynch is likely a first-round pick, who might not be available when the Broncos pick at 31. It's always positive for prospects to find a common interest with coaches who can put in a good word for them come draft day.
The Denver Post
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