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Posted by: Adam Caplan
on Friday, April 23, 2010 at 8:28:00 PM

Bengals Add Pass Rusher

The Cincinnati Bengals were looking to add a pass rusher in this draft, and they did so with DE Carlos Dunlap (Florida).

Dunlap has his critics because he doesn't appear to always be giving top effort all the time, but when he's at the top of his game, Dunlap is a really good edge rusher.


Posted by: Adam Caplan
on Friday, April 23, 2010 at 8:25:00 PM

Patriots Add Pass Rusher

The New England Patriots needed to add a pass rusher because the team may release veteran OLB Adalius Thomas closer to training camp.

They added DE/OLB Jermaine Cunningham (Florida) in the second round.

Cunningham has good size and plays with a high motor. He really moves well and gets up field.


Posted by: Ed Thompson
on Friday, April 23, 2010 at 8:25:00 PM

Seahawks Swoop In

One pick prior to the New York Jets having a shot at play-making WR Golden Tate, the Seahawks snared him with the 28th pick (No. 60 overall) in a surprising move.  With RB Jonathan Dwyer on the board and Seattle in need of help at that position, and their needs along the defensive line and at cornerback, Tate was an interesting choice. But make no doubt about it, the Seahawks have added a player who will make an impact on their offense and their returns game as a rookie.


Posted by: Ed Thompson
on Friday, April 23, 2010 at 8:18:00 PM

Browns Not Interested in McCoy?

Cleveland's actions have have shown that they have an obvious willingness to allow someone else to pick Colt McCoy.  I recently reported that they hosted WVU QB Jarrett Brown for a visit, so maybe they will wait and pick him or the University of Cincinnati's Tony Pike if either is still available on Saturday. But the confidence they are showing in their currently unstable QB situation is very surprising.


Posted by: Adam Caplan
on Friday, April 23, 2010 at 8:15:00 PM

Steelers Add Pass Rusher

DE/OLB Jason Worilds (Virginia Tech) was seen as one of the top pass rushers in this draft from a slash role perspective.

Worilds has really good short area quickness off the edge.

He'll get a chance to get on the field for 20 plays or so as a rookie in Pittsburgh's 3-4 scheme.


Posted by: Ken Palmer, Giant Insider
on Friday, April 23, 2010 at 8:09:00 PM

No rush for LB

While most draft experts see LB as a glaring need for the Giants, GM Jerry Reese clearly doesn't agree - at least as strongly. "If we can find a good linebacker, we'll draft him," Reese said after taking a DE in the first round and a DT in the second.

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Posted by: Adam Caplan
on Friday, April 23, 2010 at 8:08:00 PM

Vikings Add RB

It wasn't a secret that the Minnesota Vikings were looking to add a running back out of this draft.

They added Toby Gerhart (Stanford) in the second round.

Personnel evaluators say verstile back is capable of lining up at RB and FB in Minnesota's offense. In fact, some have called him the next Mike Alstott, but with better speed.


Posted by: Adam Caplan
on Friday, April 23, 2010 at 8:05:00 PM

Chiefs Add CB Depth

The Kansas City Chiefs needed to add at least one cornerback out of this draft for depth purposes, and they've done that with Javier Arenas (Alabama).

Arenas is known for his physical play, but lacks the true speed makeup of a starter. He figures to make his mark on special teams.


Posted by: Adam Caplan
on Friday, April 23, 2010 at 8:00:00 PM

49ers Add Talented Safety

While he has his critics, USC S Taylor Mays has lots of athleticism and talent to burn.

But the problem Mays has is transitioning on the run in pass coverage.

Because of that, some teams thought he would have to transition to outside linebacker at the NFL level.

Mays figures to play at SS where veteran Michael Lewis is the starter.


Posted by: Michael Erler, SFI
on Friday, April 23, 2010 at 7:59:00 PM

49ers Grab S Taylor Mays

The surest sign yet that 49ers Director of Player Personnel Trent Baalke and former general manager Scot McCloughan didn't see eye-to-eye on every prospect is the team's drafting of Taylor Mays with the 49th pick. McCloughan wasn't a fan of Mays at all, primarily for his ball skills (or lack thereof).

Mays is an exceptional athlete who's 6'3 and 230 pounds but runs like a deer. He wowed everybody with his 40-yard dash time at the combine. However, the knock on him is that he has no coverage instincts, that he takes poor angles on the ball and that he just didn't make enough plays at USC. There have been comparisons made between him and Carolina LB Thomas Davis, a college safety who didn't have the range to cover in the pros, but has been an excellent weakside linebacker for the Panthers.

Surprisingly, Mays took a couple of shots at his former coach Pete Carroll during his conference call with local reporters, sounding like a jilted lover after Carroll took Texas safety Earl Thomas over him in the first round. "I thought from the relationship we had and the things he said I had to be aware of, things I needed to do, everything he led me to believe, his actions were the complete opposite," he said.

Mays was doubly hurt, not just because Carroll didn't take him, but because he feels that poor coaching caused scouts to lower his value. "I kept asking him what parts of my game I had to work on, my backpedal, and he said that was okay."

He is moving forward, however. He called being drafted 49th "bittersweet," but added that he wanted, "to play for a coach like [Mike] Singletary and for a physical team like the 49ers who will punch you in the face," while also making sure to speak reverently about Ronnie Lott, the Hall-of-Fame San Francisco safety who is also a former Trojan. "I'm going to emulate him and live up to his legacy," he said. Mays also mentioned that he's very familiar with 49ers safety Dashon Goldson, having watched him play at the University of Washington while he was a high schooler in Seattle, calling Goldson "an underrated athlete" and sounding very excited about the chance to play alongside him. Still, the story here is the edge Mays will bring to those two games against Seattle every year. "I have the biggest chip on my shoulder of anyone in the draft," he said, emphatically.

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Posted by: Adam Caplan
on Friday, April 23, 2010 at 7:58:00 PM

Panthers Added QB

The Carolina Panthers released veteran QB Jake Delhomme last month, leaving Matt Moore to take over as the starter.

The team was expected to add a developmental signal caller in this draft, but it wasn't expected that they would have a shot at Jimmy Clausen (Notre Dame).

Clausen has a stronger arm than Moore, but has some mechanical flaws which some personnel evaluators thought would need to be adjusted at the next level. That's probably why he dropped out of the first round.


Posted by: Ed Thompson
on Friday, April 23, 2010 at 7:57:00 PM

Tate's Turn

The Jets are four picks away from being able to provide QB Mark Sanchez with another dangerous target while also adding a speedy returns specialist. But if for some reason Notre Dame's Golden Tate slips past the Jets, he would be a prime target for the Rams with the first pick in the third round. And if that happens, with the addition of QB Sam Bradford, OT Rodger Saffold and Tate, the Rams will have added a tremendous amount of talent to their previously lackluster offense before they reach the halfway mark of this draft.


Posted by: Adam Caplan
on Friday, April 23, 2010 at 7:53:00 PM

Cardinals Add Talented LB

The Arizona Cardinals were looking to add depth at linebacker.

They were able to do so with the addition of TCU LB Daryl Washington.

The speedy defender figures to compete for playing time at ILB inside Arizona's 3-4 scheme.


Posted by: Adam Caplan
on Friday, April 23, 2010 at 7:40:00 PM

Giants Add DT

It didn't seem like the New York Giants needed to add any depth at defensive tackle, but that's what they did in the second round.

DT Linval Joseph (East Carolina) will provide some youth to interior of their defensive line.

With five defensive tackles now on the roster, it makes us wonder if one of the veterans could be in danger of being released.


Posted by: Brandon Huffman, West Recruiting Manager
on Friday, April 23, 2010 at 7:38:00 PM

Toby Gerhart- looking back

Gerhart, California's alltime leading prep rusher, was a 3-star by Scout.com in the 2006 class...


Posted by: Adam Caplan
on Friday, April 23, 2010 at 7:34:00 PM

Denver Grabs OL

The Denver Broncos were in need of depth on their offensive line. They got some with the selection of G/OT Zane Beadles (Utah).

Beadles is capable of playing guard and tackle. Guard is the need position for Denver, so it makes more sense that the rookie sees plenty of snaps at guard.


Posted by: Adam Caplan
on Friday, April 23, 2010 at 7:28:00 PM

Raiders Select Badly Needed DT

When the Oakland Raiders released starting DT Gerard Warren last month, selecting an interior defensive lineman became a huge need.

They selected DT Lamarr Houston (Texas), who will come in and play right away.

Houston plays with good leverage and moves well for a player of his size.


Posted by: Michael Lombardo
on Friday, April 23, 2010 at 7:27:00 PM

Panthers Land their Franchise QB

The Panthers cashed in on Jimmy Clausen's free fall by making him their first selection in the 2010 NFL Draft, No. 48 overall. Clausen was projected by some analysts to go in the top-10 overall and few foresaw his slide into the middle of the second round.

The Panthers entered the draft with a dire need at quarterback following the offseason release of franchise mainstay Jake Delhomme. Four-year veteran Matt Moore sits atop the depth chart in Carolina, but Clausen will be given a chance to push Moore as early as this season.

For more on the Panthers, visit Panther Insider: Home | Forums | Subscribe


Posted by: Brandon Huffman, West Recruiting Manager
on Friday, April 23, 2010 at 7:25:00 PM

Taylor Mays- looking back

In the 2006 class, Mays was a five-star safety by Scout.com and the West's top defensive player.


Posted by: Schon, Broncos Update
on Friday, April 23, 2010 at 7:24:00 PM

Meet the Beadles

Broncos grab OT Zane Beadles with the 45th overall pick in the NFL Draft. The organization continues to look for high quality guys they feel they can mold into the McDaniels system. Possible move to center is the word around Dove Valley... either way it should be interesting to see what this kid brings to camp. For more on the Broncos, visit Broncos Update: Home | Forums | Subscribe

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Posted by: Adam Caplan
on Friday, April 23, 2010 at 7:23:00 PM

Ravens Add LB

The Baltimore Ravens were looking to add more pass rushers in this draft.

But it was expected that DE/OLB Sergio Kindle (Texas) would go off the board in the first round.

When that didn't happen, Baltimore wasted no time selecting the talent defender.

Kindle is known as a flashy player who moves really well for his size. He has good edge rushing skills and figures to play mostly standing up in Baltimore's scheme.


Posted by: Brandon Huffman, West Recruiting Manager
on Friday, April 23, 2010 at 7:22:00 PM

Jimmy Clausen- looking back

In 2007, Clausen was Scout.com's #1 ranked QB, a five-star and the West's top offensive prospect.


Posted by: Adam Caplan
on Friday, April 23, 2010 at 7:20:00 PM

Patriots Select Tight End

After letting TE Ben Watson leave through free agency, the New England Patriots needed to add a talented, young pass catcher to the position.

They've done that with the addition of Rob Gronkowski (Arizona).

Had Gronkowski not missed 16 games over the past two seasons, he probably would have been a mid first-round pick.

Gronkowski moves well for his size and has good hands. He's able to be moved around the offensive formation to create mismatches.


Posted by: Ken Palmer, Giant Insider
on Friday, April 23, 2010 at 7:19:00 PM

Giants surprise and go DT

With LB Sean Lee in their laps, the Giants surprised and drafted East Carolina DT Linval Joseph, a space-eater type DT. Considering how deep they are at DT and how weak at LB, the pick is surprising at best. More to come...

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Posted by: Charlie Bernstein, JagNation.com
on Friday, April 23, 2010 at 7:12:00 PM

Bills Second Round Pick Makes Stroud Expendable

When the Buffalo Bills selected former University of Central Florida defensive tackle Torell Troup with their second-round pick, it likely signaled an end to the tenure of veteran defensive tackle Marcus Stroud in upstate New York.  Troup will serve the role as a nose tackle in the Bills new 3-4 alignment and sources say that Stroud will be on the trading block along with his long-time former teammate in Jacksonville, John Henderson.

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Posted by: Brandon Huffman, West Recruiting Manager
on Friday, April 23, 2010 at 7:11:00 PM

Sergio Kindle- looking back…

The Texas native was a five-star by Scout.com in the 2006 class and was ranked as the #1-linebacker in the country by Scout.


Posted by: Adam Caplan
on Friday, April 23, 2010 at 7:03:00 PM

Bills Select DL

The Buffalo Bills were looking to beef up their defensive line after deciding to transition to a 3-4 scheme.

They got some help in the second round with the addition of DT Torrell Troup (Central Florida).

He figures to play NT in Buffalo's scheme, a position which needs depth and possibly upgrading.


Posted by: Brandon Huffman, West Recruiting Manager
on Friday, April 23, 2010 at 7:03:00 PM

Rob Gronkowski- looking back…

Gronkowski was the #3-ranked tight end nationally by Scout.com and a four star. Yet another 2007 Scout 100 member picked in the first two rounds...


Posted by: Adam Caplan
on Friday, April 23, 2010 at 7:00:00 PM

Dolphins Add OLB

The Miami Dolphins lost OLBs Jason Taylor and Joey Porter recently, so it's not a surprise that the team looked to pass-rushing help early.

With their second-round pick, Miami selected University of Utah DE/OLB Koa Misi.

Misi is a high-energy player who gives solid effort all the time. Because of his movement skills, Misi should transition well to OLB.


Posted by: Adam Caplan
on Friday, April 23, 2010 at 6:54:00 PM

Buccaneers Get Help at Receiver

The Tampa Bay Bucccaneers had to do they could to help second-year QB Josh Freeman and they've done that with the addition of University of Illinois WR Arrelious Benn.

Benn has good size and projects to be a mid-range possession receiver.

Benn should be able to challenge for a starting job right away considering how little the Buccaneers have in talent at the receiver position.


Posted by: Michael Lombardo
on Friday, April 23, 2010 at 6:54:00 PM

Dolphins Cash In on San Diego's Selection

Three years ago, the Chargers traded up in the second round to grab versatile Utah defender Eric Weddle. This year, Miami used the second-round pick it got via the Chargers' latest trade-up to land another versatile Ute: OLB Koa Misi.

"My coaches had me play a couple different positions and I just kind of fell into it," Misi told me earlier this offseason. "I kind of like moving around a lot."

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Posted by: Brandon Huffman, West Recruiting Manager
on Friday, April 23, 2010 at 6:49:00 PM

Arrellious Benn- looking back…

Benn was a five-star in the 2007 class by Scout.com. He was also the cover boy of the 2007 Scout Recruiting Yearbook...


Posted by: Adam Caplan
on Friday, April 23, 2010 at 6:49:00 PM

Browns Select Safety

The Cleveland Browns were looking for help in their secondary and they got some with the selection of University of Oregon S T.J. Ward.

Ward, who has good size, should challenge for a starting job right away.

With adding CB Joe Haden in the first round, the Browns have really addressed their needs in the secondary.


Posted by: Adam Caplan
on Friday, April 23, 2010 at 6:45:00 PM

Eagles Grab Badly Needed Safety

The Philadelphia Eagles went through a revolving door at the free safety position last season, so they decided to end the issue in the second round.

With the selection of University of South Florida FS Nate Allen, the team finally has their replacement for veteran S Brian Dawkins.

Allen is known for being a technicially sound player who has good ball skills.


Posted by: Brandon Huffman, West Recruiting Manager
on Friday, April 23, 2010 at 6:41:00 PM

T.J. Ward- looking back…

Ward was an unranked prospect out of national powerhouse De La Salle of Concord (Calif.) but parlayed that into a second round pick. His brother Terron will be a freshman at Oregon State after also being lightly recruited but helping the Spartans to a state title. Could this play out again in 2015?


Posted on Twitter at: 6:38:00 PM
RT @VikingUpdate: Lots of good stuff on new #Vikings CB Chris Cook on his player page at VikingUpdate.com. http://bit.ly/dBxSYy

Posted by: Adam Caplan
on Friday, April 23, 2010 at 6:38:00 PM

Chiefs Select RB

The Kansas City Chiefs made a surprising selection in the second round by taking University of Mississippi RB Dexter McCluster.

With the signing of veteran RB Thomas Jones last month, that position didn't seem like a big need for the team. Considering the team already has RB Jamaal Charles, who is coming off of a breakout season, it seemed the Chiefs would go for an offensive tackle or pass rusher.

McCluster is probably the most unique back in this draft because he's able to be moved all around the offensive formation.


Posted by: Adam Caplan
on Friday, April 23, 2010 at 6:26:00 PM

Buccaneers Select DT

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have selected another defensive tackle.

In round one, the team grabbed University of Alabama DT Gerald McCoy.

In the second round, the team selected UCLA DT Brian Price.

Veteran DTs Ryan Sims and Chris Hovan will be pushed by both rookies and will be expected to eventually replace them.


Posted by: Barry McBride, TheOBR.com
on Friday, April 23, 2010 at 6:25:00 PM

Browns Refusing to Overpay

The OBR's Lane Adkins reports that the Cleveland Browns have been talking trade with a large number of teams, and every indication is that the Browns are holding back rather than overpaying to move up. The Browns have been unwilling to throw a third-round pick into the mix for a trade-up.

There are a lot of quality players on the board in areas of need for the Browns. Quarterbacks Clausen and McCoy, Tate, Ghee, Kindle, and more. Very interesting pick coming up.

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Posted by: Brandon Huffman, West Recruiting Manager
on Friday, April 23, 2010 at 6:22:00 PM

Brian Price- looking back…

As a member of the 2007 class, Price was a 5-star and ranked as the #1-DT in the West...


Posted by: Adam Caplan
on Friday, April 23, 2010 at 6:21:00 PM

Vikings Add CB

When the Minnesota Vikings added veteran CB Lito Sheppard earlier this week, it was believed that they might pass on selecting a cornerback in the early rounds.

That didn't wind up happening.

The team selected University of Virginia CB Chris Cook with their second-round pick.

Sheppard is on a one-year deal and second-year CB Asher Allen didn't contribute much in his rookie season. So with starting CB Cedric Griffin coming back from a torn ACL, the team wanted to make sure they had adequate depth at the position.


Posted by: Schon, Broncos Update
on Friday, April 23, 2010 at 6:21:00 PM

Tebow at the Podium to Address the Media

Arriving a little late due to the rain and snow in Denver, Tim Tebow is now at the microphone taking questions from the local media, describing being drafted by the Broncos as a "Dream Come True." Truly a classy young man that the organization hopes can be molded into the quarterback of the future.

Expect the Broncos to turn towards the offensive and defensive line over the next two days of the draft, addressing the needs that became apparent after last season's collapse. The 'Wild Card' in that concept is head coach Josh McDaniels, who does not necessarily follow the typical protocol of what's expected from many draft experts.

For more on the Broncos, visit Broncos Update: Home | Forums | Subscribe

For more on the Den, visit BroncosUpdate.com: Home | Forums | Subscribe


Posted by: Bill Huber, Packer Report
on Friday, April 23, 2010 at 6:18:00 PM

Vikings take the Packers' guy

The Vikings' selection of Virginia cornerback Chris Cook might have been a blow to the Packers' draft plans. Cook is the only upper-echelon prospect that the Packers brought in for a pre-draft visit, as far as our digging was able to discover. The Packers love tall cornerbacks (only drafted two shorter than 6-foot since Ron Wolf took over in 1992) and there are only a few good tall corners in this draft.


Posted by: Adam Caplan
on Friday, April 23, 2010 at 6:12:00 PM

Rams Add Offensive Tackle

The St. Louis Rams continued to build their offensive line with the selection of LT Rodger Saffold.

With veteran OT Alex Barron playing on a one-year deal, the addition of Saffold makes sense.

The Rams may keep OT Jason Smith on the right side in future years while inserting Saffold on the left side.


Posted on Twitter at: 6:12:00 PM
RT @caplannfl: Rams select.....Rodger Saffold.

Posted by: Adam Caplan
on Friday, April 23, 2010 at 6:01:00 PM

Players Moving Up

Here's a list of the players scouts and personnel believe will be selected in the second round based on their grades: Jimmy Clausen/QB/Notre Dame
Colt McCoy/QB/Texas
Dexter McCluster/RB/Mississippi
Golden Tate/WR/Notre Dame
Rob Gronkowski/TE/Arizona
Aaron Hernandez/TE/Florida
Rodger Saffold/OT/Indiana
Charles Brown/OT/USC
Vladimir Ducasse/OT/Massachusetts
Brian Price/DT/UCLA
Terrence Cody/DT/Alabama
Everson Griffen/DE/USC
Sergio Kindle/LB/Texas
Ricky Sapp/DE-OLB/Clemson
Koa Misi/DE/Utah
Sean Lee/LB/Penn St.
Brandon Spikes/LB/Florida
Darryl Washington/LB/TCU
Taylor Mays/S/USC
Nate Allen/S/South Florida
Morgan Burnett/S/Georgia Tech
Chris Cook/CB/Virginia


Posted by: Doug Farrar, NorthwestFootball.net
on Friday, April 23, 2010 at 5:25:00 PM

Did Carroll's Snubs Reflect on Brown and Mays?

The Seattle Seahawks selected offensive tackle Russell Okung and safety Earl Thomas with their two first-round picks. What's interesting about that is that new Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll saw no need to look at former USC players Charles Brown and Taylor Mays, which is a dramatic reversal of the tendency for college coaches going to the pros to take their best ex-players with them.
Seattle's picks were at 6 and 14 – a bit high for either player – but one wonders if those snubs affected league perceptions about the NFL-readiness of Brown and Mays. Neither player was taken in the first round, though both are expected to go fairly early in the second round.

For more on the Seahawks, visit NorthwestFootball.net: Home | Forums | Subscribe


Posted by: Tim Yotter, Viking Update
on Friday, April 23, 2010 at 4:58:00 PM

Deep at D-back

Teams continued to say it from the NFL Scouting Combine in late February until draft day arrived: This was going to be a deep class at cornerback and safety. As it turned out, the numbers proved it was also talented at the top.

A record-tying seven defensive backs were chosen in the first round. The only other times that many were taken? In 1998 and 2006.

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Posted by: John Crist, BearReport.com
on Friday, April 23, 2010 at 4:47:00 PM

Bears Shopping One of Their LBs?

If the Bears are hoping to pick up an extra pick in the draft, or perhaps move up from their current spot at No. 75 overall in Round 3, the Chicago Tribune is speculating that general manager Jerry Angelo could put one of his veteran linebackers on the market. Brian Urlacher and Lance Briggs obviously aren't going anywhere, but Pisa Tinoisamoa, Nick Roach and Hunter Hillenmeyer all started games last season on the strong side. Throw in special-teams stalwarts Jamar Williams and Tim Shaw, and that's seven linebackers worthy of a roster spot. Roach and Williams are the most likely to be shopped because both are young, athletic and may have their best football in front of them. However, Angelo would be lucky to get a sixth or seventh rounder in return for either one of them in a straight-up trade.

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Posted by: Michael Erler, SFI
on Friday, April 23, 2010 at 4:10:00 PM

49ers Expected To Look For a DB in Day 2

Having filled their glaring hole at the offensive line with a couple of immense prospects in Rutgers OT Anthony Davis and Idaho G/T Mike Iupati, the 49ers biggest priority now is to add some speed to the defensive backfield. "One thing you can't ever have enough of is speed," said Director of Player Personnel Trent Baalke when explaining the reasons for acquiring Miami WR/KR Ted Ginn Jr. for a fifth round pick earlier in the week and one would figure he feels the same way about his secondary, where aside from S Dashon Goldson, the team has average speed - at best - with the rest of their personnel.

Some cornerback target to look for are Chris Cook from Virginia, Brandon Ghee from Wake Forest and Akwasi Owusu-Ansah from Indiana (PA). They all have the size the 49ers covet at the position. Perrish Cox, from Oklahoma State has some character red flags (as did Davis), but he offers return ability as well.

At safety, meanwhile, USC's Taylor Mays doesn't have the ball skills the Niners are looking for, but keep an eye on USF's Nate Allen, Georgia's Reshad Jones and Florida's Major Wright.

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