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After months of waiting, tons of speculation and enough scuttlebutt to fill a missile silo, it's finally go-time, folks. The 2017 NFL Draft is almost here. On Thursday night the focus of football fans everywhere will be on Philadelphia, as we find out the answers to a great many questions that have been asked almost since the moment Super Bowl LI concluded. Who will the Cleveland Browns make the No. 1 overall pick? Texas A&M edge-rusher Myles Garrett? North Carolina quarterback Mitch Trubisky? A kicker? Hey – it is the Browns we're talking about. In a draft where seemingly just about every team in the top 10 wants to trade down, will they find any takers? And if so, who will move up – ostensibly to grab a quarterback? Speaking of the quarterbacks, how many will go in Round 1, and where will they land? What about this year's top running backs? The wide receivers? The tight ends? In other words, where will the top rookies of interest to fantasy owners wind up? Of course, there's more to the NFL draft than just Round 1. There are second-round steals. Day 3 sleepers. And picks of all shapes and sizes in between. Regardless, the Fantasy Football Feeding Frenzy gang has you covered. Join Fantasy Sharks staff writers Gary Davenport, Todd Latzke and special guest Dan Collins on Wednesday, April 26 at 7 PM ET as they offer up some predictions on how the 2017 NFL Draft will play out. The Fantasy Football Feeding Frenzy is on the clock. No hugs for you, Roger. Come on in – the water's FINE! Call-In Number: (347)826-9620
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