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NFL Media analyst Matt Millen and NFL Films Senior Producer Greg Cosell play the roles of the Houston Texans and St. Louis Rams GM's. See if either one drafts South Carolina defensive end Jadeveon Clowney with the first or second overall pick in "Be the GM" presented by "Draft Day."
NFL Films Senior Producer Greg Cosell compares Auburn defensive end Dee Ford and South Carolina defensive end Jadeveon Clowney.
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Matt "Money" Smith, Bucky Brooks and Greg Cosell discuss the many ways West Virginia wide receiver Tavon Austin can help an NFL offense.
Find out how Missouri linebacker Zaviar Gooden improved his draft stock as Steve Wyche, Akbar Gbaja-biamila and Greg Cosell recap Day 3 of the NFL Scouting Combine.
Greg Cosell joins "Path to the Draft" to discuss whether or not he thinks USC quarterback Matt Barkley is overrated, and he predicts which round Barkley will go in.
Greg Cosell of NFL Films joins "Path to the Draft" for a look at the most undervalued quarterbacks in this year's draft.
NFL Films senior producer and draft aficionado Greg Cosell joins "Path to the Draft" to discuss former West Virginia wide receiver Tavon Austin's value in April's draft.
What offensive line prospects at the NFL Scouting Combine would be a good fit for the San Francisco 49ers' running style? Daniel Jeremiah and Greg Cosell weigh in.
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Steve Wyche and Greg Cosell talk to Matt Kalil about his combine experience so far and what he needs to do to move up in the draft.
Miami QB Jacory Harris spoke with Greg Cosell and Steve Wyche about participating in all the combine throwing drills and what he's trying to work on the most.
Montana DB Trumaine Johnson spoke with Greg Cosell and Steve Wyche about what position he prefers to play and how he plans to compete with the big names at the combine.
Top DB prospect Janoris Jenkins joins Greg Cosell and Steve Wyche to discuss his draft value and his efforts at staying out of trouble.
Boise State DB George Iloka joins Greg Cosell and Steve Wyche to discuss his impressive combine performance and pre-draft preparation.
Greg Cosell breaks down Shonn Greene's 53 yard touchdown run that gashed San Diego.
Greg Cosell takes you inside the Saints' first touchdown of the Super Bowl, a 16-yard screen to Pierre Thomas
NFL analyst Greg Cosell breaks down Brett Favre's crucial interception in the 2009 NFC Championship game.
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