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More draft rumors...Jordan Matthews in the first?

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Jordan Matthews is going to be a first rounder as well. The Eagles, Packers, Panthers, 49ers and Seahawks are all interested. On the other hand, Marqise Lee will likely slip out of the first round. Injury concerns about. The Eagles, Panthers and Seahawks have interest, but odds are Lee will be hoping his old coach Pete Carroll saves him at 32.

 

 

http://optimumscouting.com/uncategorized/state-of-the-draft-what-ive-heard-and-whos-going-where-this-draft-weekend.html

 

Some of these are pretty accurate with other rumors i have heard.

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omg can the draft just start now and work be over

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I don't believe there's any chance whatsoever that Matthews goes before Lee. But if Lee slipped out of the first we could trade down and pick up an extra 3rd and still get Lee. That would be fuging amazing.

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I dont think he will be either, but i wouldnt get upset about it. He is gonna be productive in the league.

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Don't care if he goes in the first long as were not the team dumb enuff to take him there.

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They are saying the same thing about Cody Latimer.

 

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Anymore smoke and it'll start looking like downtown Beijing.

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Jordan Matthews in the 1st you say?

 

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I know you were just waiting to use this one. SMH. LOL.

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