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PFT Live: Will Cam Newton holdout?

Mike Florio discusses the possibility of a Cam Newton holdout.

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One thing to know: Bridgewater sliding down draft boards

Following a less than stellar pro day, Louisville QB Teddy Bridgewater could be falling out of the first round of the NFL Draft. Mike Florio believes we could see teams move up into the bottom half of round one to grab guys like Bridgewater or Johnny Manziel, if they’re still there, especially considering that drafting a guy on day one means the team controls him for five years instead of four.

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PFT Live: Falcons looking to bounce back

After a disastrous 2013 season, the Atlanta Falcons are looking to climb their way back to the top of the NFC South.

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PFT Live: Falcons talk with D. Orlando Ledbetter, PFT Planet calls and tweets

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The Falcons own the sixth pick in next month’s draft and they have sent some pretty clear signals about what direction they’d like to go with their top selection.

They’ve been meeting with the top offensive tackles and defensive front seven players as they try to formulate their plan for May 8. D. Orlando Ledbetter of the Atlanta Journal Constitution will join Mike Florio on Friday’s edition of PFT Live to discuss those options and we’ll find out what Ledbetter thinks is the team’s smartest course of action.

We’re also interested in hearing what’s on your mind as another week draws to a close. We’ll be taking questions from PFT Planet again, so send them in on Twitter — @ProFootballTalk — or by giving a call to 888-237-5269 during the show. 

It all gets underway at noon ET and you can watch it all live by clicking right here.

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PFT: Bortles headed to Houston?

PFT’s Shaun King and Rotoworld’s Josh Norris share their predictions for the top five picks in the 2014 NFL Draft. King believes QB Blake Bortles will be selected first overall, while Norris thinks the Falcons will trade with the Rams and move up to the second overall slot.

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PFT One-on-one: Bishop Sankey

Erik Kuselias speaks with RB prospect Bishop Sankey about his experience leading up to the NFL draft. Sankey says the NFL has been focused on the passing game recently, but he believes running backs are just as important as ever.

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PFT One-on-one: Marvin Lewis

Bengals head coach Marvin Lewis sits down with Mike Florio to discuss Andy Dalton, resigning key young players and the potential that A.J. Green will holdout if he does not get a new contract this offseason. Lewis says he is committed to Dalton as the Bengals starting QB and hopes an extension to be agreed upon soon as to avoid these questions in the future.

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PFT Live: Jets land Chris Johnson

ProFootballTalk’s Mike Florio breaks down the latest news and notes from around the NFL, including Chris Johnson signing with the Jets, Donald Trump’s supposed interest in buying the Bills and Troy Aikman’s concern for Tony Romo’s back injuries.

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PFT Live: Brady ready to crush a rookie QB

Tom Brady is signed on to quarterback the Patriots for another four years and though Mike Florio reckons New England draft a passer to succeed Brady, Tom Curran thinks it would only push Brady harder. “If it’s to push Brady harder,” Curran says. “What you’ll see is what you saw in 2010 when Ryan Mallet was drafted in the third round. Brady will tear the heart out of the kid and show it to him while it’s still beating.”

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PFT Planet: Will Chiefs struggle to duplicate success?

Mike Florio answers questions from the PFT Planet, including if the Chiefs will regress this year, why Robert Kraft wants a team in England and which team will wait to draft a QB in the second round.

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PFT Live: Patriots talk with Tom Curran, PFT Planet calls and tweets

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We’re inching ever closer to the draft, which kicks off three weeks from today with the first round from New York City.

The Patriots won’t be selecting until late in the first round, assuming, of course, that they don’t trade out of the 29th spot. Tom Curran of CSN New England will join Mike Florio on Thursday’s edition of PFT Live to discuss the possibility of Bill Belichick doing that and what the Patriots might do if they wind up staying put in the spot they earned with their latest AFC East title.

Florio will ask the questions during that segment, but he’ll also be answering questions about the Patriots, the draft or anything else on your mind right now. PFT Planet can send their questions in via Twitter — @ProFootballTalk — or by giving a call to 888-237-5269 during the show. 

It all gets started at noon ET and you can watch it all live by clicking right here.

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PFT Whiparound: Smith’s 49ers roster spot in danger

The guys of ProFootballTalk run through the latest news from around the NFL, including Chris Johnson heading to the Jets, Aldon Smith potentially leaving San Francisco, the Raiders trying to trade Terrelle Pryor and more.

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ProFootballTalk: Giants sign Freeman

The PFT guys discuss why the Giants signed QB Josh Freeman to a one-year deal, Eli Manning’s offseason ankle surgery and more.

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ProFootballTalk: Jets nation welcomes CJ2K

The guys of ProFootballTalk discuss the Jets signing RB Chris Johnson, the terms of his two-year deal, how much gas is left in CJ2K’s tank and more.

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PFT Live: 49ers ‘unlikely to pick up Smith’s option’

Mike Florio discusses the latest regarding what the 49ers will do with Aldon Smith’s fifth-year option. Florio goes on to talk about the future of the running back and why athletes are shying away from playing the position.

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