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ProFootballTalk: Jameis Winston comparable to Eli Manning and Drew Bledsoe

Kevin Gilbride gives his analysis of Jameis Winston following the QB’s pro day. Gilbride said he saw what he expected, including arm strength, but didn’t see anything to separate him from Marcus Mariota.

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ProFootballTalk: One-on-one with Jameis Winston

Jameis Winston is full of confidence following his pro day, saying being surrounded by his teammates played a big factor and just hopes teams see him as the “workaholic” he is.

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Top prospect Kevin White says he can ‘do it all’

PFT Live: Top draft prospect Kevin White talks about what separates him from Alabama’s Amari Cooper despite all the comparisons, the emotions that come with draft night, not hearing feedback from teams and more.

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PFT Live: Why would Panthers bring in Gregory after dropping Hardy?

Randy Gregory tested positive for marijuana and Greg Hardy’s troubles are well-documented. The Panthers are said to be interested in the Gregory and Darin Gantt speculates why they would be after just ridding themselves of Hardy.

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PFT Live: Kevin White, PFT Planet calls and tweets

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Kevin White is expected to be one of the first two wide receivers off the board in the first round on April 30 and we heard his thoughts on why he should go before Amari Cooper during a visit with PFT on NBCSN on Monday evening.

During Tuesday’s PFT Live, they’ll be an opportunity to hear even more from White. He’ll talk to Mike Florio about his preparations from the draft and what he’s heard from teams as we move closer to finding out where this year’s top prospects will land.

We also want to hear from PFT Planet. Email questions at any time via the O’Reilly Auto Parts Ask the Pros inbox or get in touch on Twitter at @ProFootballTalk to let us know what’s on your mind.

It all gets started at noon ET and you can listen to all three hours live via the various NBC Sports Radio affiliates, through the links at PFT, or with the NBC Sports Radio app. You can also watch a simulcast of the first hour of the show by clicking right here.

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ProFootballTalk: Falcons off the hook easy for artificial crowd noise

Mike Florio discusses the respective penalties handed down to the Falcons and Browns, explaining how Atlanta was not penalized severely enough after illegally gaining a competitive advantage.

 

 

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ProFootballTalk: Rex Ryan talks ‘second opportunity’ with Buffalo Bills

Rex Ryan joins Paul Burmeister to discuss the current status of the Bills, including the quarterback situation, his defensive goals, the “all-in” atmosphere in Buffalo and much more.

 

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ProFootballTalk: Jerry Jones explains decision to sign Greg Hardy

Jerry Jones sits down with Mike Florio to discuss the different reasons behind the controversial signing of Greg Hardy, his confidence in Tony Romo and the NFL moving back to Los Angeles.

 

 

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PFT Live: McClain says Clowney walking great, ahead of schedule

Jadeveon Clowney is doing well in his return from microfrature surgery on his knee, but isn’t talking about a return date. John McClain from the Houston Chronicle isn’t shy to speculate how soon we will see him.

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PFT Live: If Gruden doesn’t stick with RGIII, who starts?

Despite Jay Gruden proclaiming Robert Griffin III his starter, it doesn’t seem certain he’ll stick to that come Week 1. If not RGIII, who starts? Rich Tandler from from CSN Washington weighs in.

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A week of PFT Live kicks off at noon ET

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A new week of the offseason kicked off on Monday and it’s the last that will start in the month of March.

That means we are a month away from the first round of the draft, which marks the next important milestone in the offseason. PFT Live will be bringing you everything you need to know about what will go down as the league takes the draft to Chicago. Mike Florio will have the latest on the draft front and the latest from around the league in general during the program.

We also want to hear from PFT Planet. Email questions at any time via the O’Reilly Auto Parts Ask the Pros inbox or get in touch on Twitter at @ProFootballTalk to let us know what’s on your mind.

It all gets started at noon ET and you can listen to all three hours live via the various NBC Sports Radio affiliates, through the links at PFT, or with the NBC Sports Radio app. You can also watch a simulcast of the first hour of the show by clicking right here.

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ProFootballTalk: Is Chicago simply trying to motivate Jay Cutler?

Mike Florio discusses John Fox’s comments about having an “open competition” at quarterback, explaining how the Bears have too much invested in Jay Cutler for him not to be their Week 1 starter.

 

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ProFootballTalk: Can Amari Cooper fix Oakland’s wide receiver woes?

Raiders Insider Fallon Smith joins PFT to discuss Oakland’s positional needs, headlined by wide receiver. Smith favors Amari Cooper over Kevin White as the Raiders’ pick at No. 4 overall.

 

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ProFootballTalk: What does failed drug test mean for Randy Gregory?

In the aftermath of defensive end Randy Gregory admitting to a failed drug test due to marijuana, Mike Florio explains how Gregory will now likely be subject to constant drug tests from the league.

 

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ProFootballTalk: NFL continues to review Greg Hardy’s case

Mike Florio responds to Roger Goodell’s statement regarding the ongoing Greg Hardy investigation, wondering if the NFL will use the old or recently-updated conduct policy while reviewing Hardy’s case.

 

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