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Sports Ole Miss QB Chad Kelly will be 49ers pick in 2017, according to early mock draft

2 overall pick on Mississippi quarterback Chad Kelly.The first pick will be Clemson quarterback Deshaun Watson of Clemson.Draft order was determined by current Las Vegas odds in reverse order.Kelly is not related to 49ers coach Chip Kelly, but is the nephew of Hall of Fame quarterback Jim Kelly. He comes with questions on and off the field but is an undeniable talent that could soar up draft boards with a big 2016 season.''It isn't 49ers general manager Trent Baalke's style to take a quarterback No.
San Jose Mercury News
04/05
31 Points
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Punchlines: Memorable moments from the NFL draft

Jared Goff was the first pick during Thursday night's NFL draft. The NFL draft is over and there seem to be two moments (and two players) that have dominated most casual conversations about this year's picks. There's now another famous Jared. According to late-night comic Jimmy Kimmel, the country needs another good Jared after the downfall of that Subway guy.
USA Today
02/05
7 Points
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Sports Attorney: Laremy Tunsil texts 'much to do about nothing'

And once it is found out what this is all about, it will be much to do about nothing.”Farese declined further comment when reached by The Clarion-Ledger on Sunday.
USA Today
02/05
6 Points

Sports NFL: Top Dolphins pick Tunsil mum about draft day hacks

Laremy Tunsil kept repeating the same answer to questions about his freefall in the NFL draft, the social media hacking that cost him millions and the investigation he stirred at Ole Miss. Worth the wait: Myles Jack and Jaylon Smith, the pair of athletic linebackers with health questions, went early in the second round of the NFL draft on Friday, with Jacksonville trading up to grab Jack two spots after Dallas selected Smith with the No.
San Jose Mercury News
30/04
8 Points
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Dolphins announce Laremy Tunsil had allergic reaction and would not appear at introductory presser in Miami 

Screengrabs from the video that was posted to Laremy Tunsil's Twitter account Thursday night. Jon Durr/Getty Images Laremy Tunsil gets his time with NFL commish Roger Goodell later than anticipated Thursday night after the Ole Miss star was apparently the victim of a social media hack that caused his stock to fall.
Daily News
29/04
17 Points
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Sports Laremy Tunsil sidesteps questions on bong video, money from Ole Miss

13 pick in the draft, Tunsil opted not to address questions about a bong video posted to his Twitter account before Thursday's action began. He also sidestepped questions about whether he received impermissible benefits at Mississippi."I'm here to talk about the Miami Dolphins," Tunsil said repeatedly when asked about either topic.Tunsil said after the draft his Twitter account was hacked, but he did not know by whom.
USA Today
30/04
6 Points
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Sports Lawyer for Laremy Tunsil’s stepfather: No involvement in hack

13 Thursday hasn’t been determined.But the lawyer for Tunsil’s stepfather, Lindsey  Miller, told USA TODAY Sports on Friday that his client . Tunsil's accounts had been hacked, he was surprised that the posted content even existed. The photo is obviously meant to hurt his draft status and seems to have had the desired effect,” Steven Farese, Tunsil’s lawyer, told USA TODAY Sports on Thursday.
USA Today
29/04
9 Points

Laremy Tunsil bong video was offered for sale weeks ago, website says

In a new wrinkle to the Tunsil tale, it seems the video has been around for a while.Deadspin.com posted Thursday that it was offered on April 12 to buy the video -- which was posted to Tunsil's Twitter account right before Thursday's first round of the draft. Tunsil, thought to be one of the top players in the draft, fell to 13th overall, where Miami took him. It declined to take up the offer from an unknown source that had emailed the website.
San Jose Mercury News
29/04
8 Points

Sports Laremy Tunsil woes continue: Mississippi will investigate payoff claims

The university said in a statement Friday it is "aware of the reports from the NFL Draft regarding Laremy Tunsil and potential NCAA violations during his time at Ole Miss" and "will aggressively investigate and fully cooperate with the NCAA and the SEC." Tunsil was the story of the NFL draft after his troubled past, including a video of him smoking from a gas mask-bong contraption, surfaced on social media accounts minutes before the first round started.
San Jose Mercury News
29/04
2 Points
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Laremy Tunsil, Miami Dolphins NFL draft pick has had a strange night as he claims Twitter, Instagram hacked

This man smoking a bong appears on Laremy Tunsil's Twitter account. Sleeper Athletes (@SleeperAthletes) April 29, 2016 Laremy Tunsil asked if he took money from a coach. Tunsil tumbled 10 picks lower than his projection, costing him millions in salary.Tunsil made off-the-field news news earlier this week when his stepfather, Lindsey Miller,filed a lawsuit against him alleging Tunsil defamed Miller’s character. Someone is playing games now SMH #NFLDraft2016 pic.twitter.com/fNt71DOJiD.
Daily News
29/04
13 Points
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Laremy Tunsil admits to taking money from Ole Miss coaches

Conklin was considered clearly the third-best tackle in the draft behind Tunsil and Stanley.Tunsil admitted to the contents of the video . 13, the hacker started on Tunsil’s Instagram account.There they posted screenshots of alleged text messages between Tunsil and John Miller, assistant athletic director for football operations, in which Tunsil asks for money to pay rent and also for his mother's $305 electric and water bill.
USA Today
29/04
7 Points
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Laremy Tunsil slides after bong video surfaces, OL says he took money from Ole Miss coach

Jones on Twitter @bylindsayhjones.PHOTOS: NFL draft first-round picks. He did confirm during a conference call with reporters in Miami that it was two years old, and he said he never failed any drug tests while in college or in the lead up to the NFL draft.“Man, like I said, I don’t know what’s going on, man. We’re comfortable with what it is,” Grier said.Tunsil has so far declined to offer specifics, beyond saying it was a mistake from his past.
USA Today
29/04
6 Points
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Sports Titans' GM Jon Robinson: Trade interest increasing

In previous weeks, Titans general manager Jon Robinson characterized conversations he’d had about trading the No. I wouldn’t say there are 31 teams calling, but there are certainly teams that have interest in moving up.”If the Titans stay at No. Do we stay put with where we’re at, or do we really entertain the thought of moving.
USA Today
07/04
10 Points
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