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Heller’s Three Burning Questions 2022: New York Jets

The 2022 NFL preseason is rapidly approaching, with team practices growing more intense by the day.

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Thompson’s Final 2022 NFL Mock Draft

Draft Day is finally upon us! After months of grinding through the tape to see who the best players in the draft are, tonight is the first day of the NFL Draft.

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Gaffney’s 2022 NFL Mock Draft 2.0

To say that literally everything has happened in the NFL over the course of the last few weeks would be quite the understatement. Russell Wilson, Matt Ryan, Deshaun Watson, and soon Baker Mayfield, will be in new spots this upcoming season.

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Thompson’s 2022 NFL Mock Draft 1.0

With the NFL season over and the draft order set, it is officially the offseason. With a little more than two months until the NFL Draft, now is a perfect time to do a two-round mock draft.

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2022 NFL Draft Scouting Report: Calvin Austin III

Every year, people around draft circles look for that new speedster to take over the league. Calvin Austin III is one of these players. Now, Austin is looking like a Day two pick; let’s see if he’s worth the hype.  

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2022 NFL Draft Scouting Report: Coby Bryant

The Cincinnati Bearcats burst onto the scene this year, on their way to a College Football Playoff semi-final appearance. An underrated member of the Cincinnati team was Gardner’s partner in crime, Coby Bryant. Bryant will likely see a rise following his performance at the Senior Bowl this week.

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2022 NFL Draft Scouting Report: Kyler Gordon

Every year it seems Washington produces a solid NFL cornerback. We have stars like Byron Murphy Jr. and other productive guys like Myles Bryant and rookie Elijah Molden. Kyler Gordon is a corner that will be an early Day two pick in this year’s draft and has some promising traits.   

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2022 NFL Draft Scouting Report: Andrew Booth Jr.

There are four cornerbacks currently vying for the number one spot in the NFL Draft. Derek Stingley, Ahmad Gardner, Kaiir Elam, and Clemson’s Andrew Booth. While each player has a case to be the top cornerback picked in the draft, Booth could have the best one.

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