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Belichick, Patriots Remain Draft Wild Cards

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If you’ve ever watched or played the game of pin the tail on the donkey, that’s kind of what it’s like trying to guess who Bill Belichick is going to take with his first-round draft picks.

Even football experts have just as good a chance putting a blindfold on, spinning around and walking to a board full of names with a pin in hand.

The only safe bet is that Belichick will trade one of his first-round picks and move down in the name of gaining more value.

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