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It makes good sense for the New England Patriots to insure their most important asset. So they drafted another towering tackle to protect Tom Brady.
The New England Patriots have traded the 28th pick of the NFL draft to the New Orleans Saints for the 56th choice this year and a first-rounder next year.
The New England Patriots have drafted tackle Nate Solder (SOUL-der) of Colorado with the 17th pick of the NFL draft.
The New Orleans Saints selected Alabama running back Mark Ingram with the 28th pick in the first round of the NFL draft after a trade with the New England Patriots.
Bill Belichick is a wheeler-dealer during the NFL draft. In each of the last two years he made seven trades while it was going on.
Which is greater cause for celebration, that the Redskins have the 10th pick in next week's draft or that they still have their second-round pick? I'd say the latter. For one thing, having the 10th pick usually means you aren't very good (unless it's somebody else's 10th pick). For another, the Redskins have had an annoying habit of trading their second-rounders - and did again last year when they swung a deal with the Philadelphia Eagles for Donovan McNabb.
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers will play the Chicago Bears at London's Wembley Stadium in October if the NFL season isn't altered by a labor dispute.
After more than a month off, the NFL and its locked-out players have starting talking again about how to resolve their differences and ensure there is pro football played this fall.
Whenever somebody points to Tom Brady as proof of Scott Pioli's genius for evaluating football talent, he points to someone else he took in that same New England draft of 2000.