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Don't sack Christian Hackenberg so fast, Penn State quarterback deserves a chance to prove himself with Jets 

Hackenberg’s arrival complicates their already unsettled quarterback landscape, but the second-round signal caller deserves a fair chance to develop at his own pace.“We felt very, very strongly about a lot of qualities he had (that) would translate well to the NFL,” GM Mike Maccagnan said.Don’t rule out the chance that Hackenberg plays in 2016.JETS SELECT DARRON LEE WITH 20TH OVERALL PICK IN NFL DRAFTThe Jets think that he has special intangibles to go along with prototypical size and a solid arm.
Daily News
01/05
13 Points
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Adam Gotsis, Broncos' second-round pick: "My ceiling is endless"

"A guy that lives and breathes football, so that's what we like."Gotsis said he wants to model his game after Texans defensive end J.J. He played Australian Rules football since he was 6 or 7 years old."I'm still on my rise," Gotsis said. Watt and Broncos defensive end Derek Wolfe because of their versatility to play multiple techniques.Gotsis moved to America when he was 19 years old and became a three-year starter at Georgia Tech.
The Denver Post
30/04
15 Points
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Adam Gotsis profile: Who is the Broncos' second-round pick?

Third team All-ACC selection in 2015.High School days: Born in Abbotsford, Australia, but grew up in Melbourne. Vital statistics: 31 tackles, five tackles for a loss, three sacks and two fumble recoveries in nine games last season.Honors: Consensus second-team All-Atlantic Coast Conference selection in 2014. Recorded team-high 12.5 sacks and MVP honors in 2010 on American Rules Football premier team in Gridiron Victoria .
The Denver Post
30/04
11 Points

Kawakami: Minus Curry, Warriors still have title shot

OAKLAND -- No, the Warriors' championship hopes didn't end when Stephen Curry slipped and spilled on the Houston floor Sunday.Threatened. And the Warriors aren't done yet.Read Tim Kawakami's Talking Points blog at blogs.mercurynews.com/kawakami.
San Jose Mercury News
26/04
4 Points
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