The only two remotely-burning question in last weekend’s NFL draft were (a) whether the Detroit Lions would be able to come to terms with Georgia quarterback, Matt Stafford, who I guess was pretty good but not good enough for Detroit to back up the Brinks truck. They did anyway, signing Stafford to a six-year, $72 million deal with incentives.
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Oh, and (b) everyone wanted to know where Southern Cal quarterback Mark Sanchez was going to land. The Jets wound up taking him fifth overall. Kellen Clemens must be doing a helluva job holding that clipboard. Here‘s a nice summary of the draft, written up by someone who cares more than I do.
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