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Lions pick was told Lions didn't want him

Imagine the surprise safety Miles Killebrew felt when Detroit, the organization that told him at the Senior Bowl it didn't want him, made him the No. 111 overall pick in this weekend's draft. 'Not disappointed anymore'

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Tomorrow is the deadline for NFL teams to decide on the 5th year options for 2013 first rounders. At last check, 21 players are still TBD.

Jeremy Fowler ESPN Staff Writer 

Steelers are bringing back quarterback Bruce Gradkowski on a one-year deal, according to a source. Gradkowski will be a backup quarterback along with Landry Jones. Fox Sports first reported the news.

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The Bears announced they released OL Matt Slauson, who played every single offensive snap for the team in 2015: 1,083 of 1,083.

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@dallascowboys draft pick Rico Gathers, hasn't played football since he was 14 ... but he can do this. (Uprights, you’ve been warned.)

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Sheil Kapadia ESPN Writer 

Seahawks GM John Schneider on signing UDFAs: "It's crazy. I'm trying to keep my armpits like this [hidden] so people can't see it. It's pretty intense."

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Bears used 4th-rd pick on Miami S Deon Bush, 6th-rd pick on William & Mary S DeAndre Houston Carson, spelling trouble for vet Antrel Rolle.

James Walker ESPN Staff Writer 

According to new Dolphins OL Laremy Tunsil, one of the first people to contact him after the draft was starting QB Ryan Tannehill. "He texted me (Thursday)," Tunsil said. "So that's a sign of (knowing) he has my back."