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Draft Will Be Heavily Weighted in Trenches

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What a difference a year makes.

Twelve months after Andrew Luck and Robert Griffin III left the NFL scouting combine firmly established as the can't-miss quarterbacks to set the pace for the NFL draft, there is no such sizzle this time around.

Get ready for a run on Big Uglies.

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