Ourlads Guide to the 2014 NFL Draft, 4/24/14 Dan Shonka, G.M. and National Scout for Ourlads.com, will update the latest draft news. ProFootballFocus.com founder, Neil Hornsby will help to analyze the remaining top needs for each team following free agency.
Pro Football Focus, 4/22/14 Neil Hornsby, ProFootballFocus.com Founder, will update the latest key transactions around the league and give analysis on the NFC South during free agency and prior to the draft.
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