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2012 NFL Draft: 6 Bold Predictions for Draft's First, Second Rounds

In a little over two months, the Indianapolis Colts will officially be on the clock. When NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell announces whom the Colts select first overall, it will probably be Andrew Luck. Surprise, surprise. The first round of last year's draft showed us that teams can and will make bold selections with premium picks (Titans select Jake Locker at No. 8, Vikings select Christian Ponder at No.
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