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BTSC Talks With Dale Lolley After The 2009 NFL Draft

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BTSC interviews Steelers beat reporter Dale Lolley with questions relating to the 2009 NFL Draft.

SBN Bloggers assess the NFC West in the 2009 NFL Draft

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With some time to reflect, each of the NFC West bloggers assessed their team's performance in the draft.

The Valley Ranch Review: More Cowboys Draft Reviews and Other News

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The Dallas Cowboys received some positive reviews on their draft. New special teams coach Joe DeCamillis is featured and some draft picks may be gems.

San Francisco 49ers 2009 NFL Draft Grades: The national media's turn

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A comprehensive review of the major news media grades of the 49ers 2009 NFL Draft.

2009 NFL Draft: Grading the Graders

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Experts who grade the professionals on their draft performance deserve to be graded themselves. Besides, it's fun, so let's do it.

Not seeing any value in the first round, Bill Belichick traded down multiple times, slipping out of...

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Not seeing any value in the first round, Bill Belichick traded down multiple times, slipping out of the first round entirely. Receiving two additional 2010 second-round picks, from the Titans and Jaguars, is a big plus and could bring two future starters. Belichick was very savvy moving up and down the draft board, which he does as well as anyone in the NFL, executing a league-high seven trades over the weekend. He had also picked up a second-round pick for QB Matt Cassel. S Patrick Chung, DT Ron Brace and CB Darius Butler all have starter potential, as does Hawaii LS Jake Ingram. OT Sebastian Vollmer and WR Brandon Tate were reaches with pressing injury concerns, but both fit the Patriots’ offense very well, and LB Tyrone McKenzie could become a solid pro. With one of the NFL’s deepest rosters, Round Five on likely will not provide any value. The acquisition of future picks and the ability to wheel and deal make this draft a win for Belichick, player personnel director Nick Caserio and senior football advisor Floyd Reese. The Patriots also added WR Greg Lewis before the draft and dealt starting CB Ellis Hobbs to the Eagles.

Pro Football Weekly hearts the Patriots' draft

Evander 'Ziggy' Hood From A Missouri Fan's Perspective

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An interview with Missour Tigers blog Rock M Nation in hopes of getting to know a bit more about Evander Ziggy Hood, the Pittsburgh Steelers 1st Round Draft pick in the 2009 NFL Draft.

2009 NFL Draft: 49ers Saturday through Monday recap

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A rundown of Niners Nation's monster coverage from Saturday through Monday.

Steeler Draft Grades and Analysis (Late)

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Another assessment of the Pittsburgh Steelers 2009 NFL Draft picks.

Dolphins NFL Draft Grades

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Taking a look at each draft pick made by Bill Parcells and Jeff Ireland this past weekend.

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