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profootballtalk.com Updated Apr 25, 2013
The Vikings had plenty of picks and a need at wide receiver, both because of the Percy Harvin trade. So they made a bold move, trading second-, third-, fourth- and seventh-round picks to the Patriots for the 29th pick, which they used on Tennessee wide …Share Tweet
Vikings received 640 points in one pick; Patriots received 648 for four.Share Tweet
Patriots are getting closer to the clockA lot of good players, especially at receiver, are on the board.Share TweetThere was a report Thursday that the Patriots have fielded “multiple” calls about quarterback Ryan Mallett. Those calls haven’t developed into trade discussions at this point, per a report from Tom Curran of CSN New England. Curran reports that thinShare Tweet
Report: Patriots used “about 25 percent” of pre-draft visits on WRsprofootballtalk.com Apr 25, 2013The Patriots, who released Brandon Lloyd and lost Wes Welker in free agency, spent “about 25 percent” of their allotted pre-draft visits with wide receivers, ESPN’s Mike Reiss reported Thursday. California’s Keenan Allen and Southern California’Share TweetHow the Globe’s Greg A. Bedard sees the first round of the NFL draftShare Tweetprofootballtalk.com Apr 25, 2013Here’s a historical look at the way the Bills have systemically ignored QBs in the Draft (and we wonder why they are the way they are). For the Dolphins, the 12th pick represents the least of the drama, as trade talks on multiple fronts are ongoing. RetShare Tweet
Getting you ready for draft dayWhen the NFL draft kicks off tonight, we'll be covering it every step of the way.Share TweetHow the Globe’s Greg A. Bedard sees the first round of the NFL draftShare Tweet
What positions could the Patriots be targeting in NFL draft?The NFL draft finally gets underway Thursday night, and almost from the moment league commissioner Roger Goodell announces the first pick, all of the mock drafts and prognostications from the last few months become irrelevant. As they say, beauty is in …Share Tweet