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But indeed, Lee confirmed in a retirement letter on Monday, it was. After 11 seasons, the Cowboys’ second-round selection of the 2010 NFL draft is retiring. ESPN’s Todd Archer reported the news first.Dallas Cowboys

What is frustrating about last season is that this defense should not be that bad. A scheme change can do wonders, which the team hopes to happen with new defensive coordinator Dan Quinn around. Just a couple of seasons ago, this unit was one of the best in the NFL, and most of the faces that led those defenses have not gone anywhere.San Francisco 49ers

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The Chiefs quarterback needed someone to protect his blind side. That job is now Brown’s. As mentioned before, though Brown doesn’t have much experience as a left tackle in the NFL, he did fabulous last season after Stanley got injured. Brown is a better tackle than anyone the Chiefs were going to get with the 31st pick.

At 6-foot-8, 311 pounds, Brown is massive and is a rare athlete for a man of his size. He also possesses the requisite arm length at offensive tackle.Cleveland Browns

Safe to say that if Belichick and the Patriots could do it again, they'd go with Sherman over Dowling. It just goes to show you, there's quite a lot of guesswork and projecting involved when scouting the NFL Draft.

"You do have to block that stuff out," Shanahan said. "You can't make decisions based off of that. ... You might add a little pressure to that person, add a little pressure to the organization but whether it comes now or it comes later, there's pressure for everyone in this sport and it doesn't matter. I'm happy we're going to get one that we like and that we've done it right."Arizona Cardinals

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As Chris Tomasson of the Pioneer Press reported, Minnesota has someone pretty special making one of its announcements on day two of the NFL draft this year: John Randle, a former defensive lineman for the team.

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