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FILE - In these photos provided by the NFL, taken at the NFL Combine in Indianapolis in April  2014, NFL Draft prospects are shown. Top row from left are Khalil Mack, Buffalo; Johnny Manziel, Texas A&M; Zack Martin, Notre Dame; Jake Matthews, Texas A&M; Morgan Moses, Virginia and C.J. Mosley, Alabama. Bottom from left are Louis Nix, Notre Dame; Calvin Pryor, Louisville; Greg Robinson, Auburn; Bradley Roby, Ohio State, Austin Seferian-Jenkins, Washington, and Ryan Shazier, Ohio State. (AP Photo/NFL)  NO SALES

FILE - In these photos provided by the NFL, taken at the NFL Combine in Indianapolis in April 2014, NFL Draft prospects are shown. Top row from left are Khalil Mack, Buffalo; Johnny Manziel, Texas A&M; Zack Martin, Notre Dame; Jake Matthews, Texas A&M; Morgan Moses, Virginia and C.J. Mosley, Alabama. Bottom from left are Louis Nix, Notre Dame; Calvin Pryor, Louisville; Greg Robinson, Auburn; Bradley Roby, Ohio State, Austin Seferian-Jenkins, Washington, and Ryan Shazier, Ohio State. (AP Photo/NFL) NO SALES

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