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PFT on NBC Sports Network: Alec Ogletree, Scott Pioli


There are a pair of Georgia linebackers in this year’s draft who have had some non-football questions to answer as they prepare to be selected.

Jarvis Jones has faced concern about the health of his spine and Alec Ogletree was charged with DUI in February. Ogletree will talk about that and the rest of his experience shopping himself to NFL teams when he joins Erik Kuselias for a conversation on Tuesday’s edition of Pro Football Talk on NBC Sports Network.

Ogletree won’t be the only linebacker up for discussion on Tuesday. Former Chiefs General Manager Scott Pioli will join Kuselias and Mike Florio to talk about the entire class of linebackers in this year’s draft as we continue our position-by-position look at the players hoping to have their names called from the Radio City Music Hall stage next week. They’ll also take a look at the defensive backs during a busy hour.

It all gets started at 5 p.m. ET on NBC Sports Network.

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6 Responses to “PFT on NBC Sports Network: Alec Ogletree, Scott Pioli”
  1. melkipershero says: Apr 16, 2013 4:35 PM

    Ogletree could be a crazy good ILB. His decisions are highly questionable though. Jarvis Jones will fall to the mid-first round and become great value, as long as he is healthy.

  2. larryboodry says: Apr 16, 2013 4:49 PM

    I like Arthur Brown over Ogletree and Jones, but would be happy with any one of them joining the Bears.

  3. greysolon says: Apr 16, 2013 4:58 PM

    After hearing so many horror stories about Pioli out of KC, I heave been pleasantly surprised that he is fun, interesting and smart doing tv.

  4. germanstingray says: Apr 16, 2013 5:22 PM

    Pioli is great on TV and awful in the front office. He knows how to destroy a team and demoralize everyone in an organization.

  5. slickster35 says: Apr 16, 2013 9:51 PM

    Why on earth would ANYONE want to hear what Pioli has to say about drafting football players?

    Kiper and McShay have more insight on the game, and those guys are idiots.

  6. melkipershero says: Apr 16, 2013 11:58 PM

    Kiper and McShay have more insight on the game, and those guys are idiots.

    Kiper pushes ND players like no other. It’s actually quite sad. I don’t watch ESPN anymore unless it’s a baseball game or football season. They have agendas to push.

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