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NFL Notes: Braxton Miller, LaQuon Treadwell, Blackout Rule, & Patriots
- Matt Miller of B/R reports that Ohio State WR Braxton Miller is the discussion to come off the board in the first round.
- According to Miller, Braxton worked out for the Texans last week and view him as a first-round talent.
- Miller adds that Braxton could be in play for teams including the Texans, Bengals, Vikings and Panthers.
- According to Matt Miller of B/R, Ole Miss WR Laquon Treadwell’s draft stock is now in question after a disappointing Pro Day on Monday.
- Miller believes Treadwell’s performance should open the door for other receivers to end up being the first receiver drafted next month.
- Ohio State WR Michael Thomas is currently rated as Miller’s No. 1 receiver while Baylor’s Corey Coleman is considered a “wildcard.”
- Miller mentions that Treadwell’s individual workouts with teams will be very important for him in the coming weeks.
- Daniel Kaplan of the Sports Buisness Jounral reports that the NFL have extended another year suspension of TV blackout rule.
- NFL commissioner Roger Goodell said they need to study the impact more before the league completely removes the policy from their books.
- According to Tom Curran, the buzz around the Patriots interest in Navy QB Keenan Reynolds is building.
- Curran points out that the Patriots will likely convert him to a slot receiver and may also utilize him on special teams.
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