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The rumor and speculation machine is picking up steam as the draft approaches. Everyone wants to predict where people will land based on small amounts of information. Also, the Raiders show interest in Adrian Peterson.

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NFL Rumors - Baltimore Ravens, New Orleans Saints & Cincinnati Bengals Interested in Signing Bud Dupree | Sportige
After stellar junior and senior seasons at Kentucky, Bud Dupree is going to be a first round pick in the 2015 NFL draft, probably falling between the following three teams: Baltimore Ravens, New Orleans Saints and Cincinnati Bengals. The Ravens have the 26th overall pick (the last among these three teams), but might be the most interested in him, if we’re taking what assistant general manager Eric DeCosta said about the pass rusher who can play both outside linebacker and defensive end (his position over the last two years, earning him All-SEC honors in 2014), seriously.

NFL Draft Rumors 2015 – Baltimore Ravens, Cincinnati Bengals & New Orleans Saints eying to sign OLB Kentucky's Bud Dupree - The Centrio Times
After his stellar junior and senior college football seasons at Kentucky Wildcats, defensive end and outside linebacker (OLB) Bud Dupree will be one of the first round pick in the 2015 NFL draft. We are just a few weeks away from the 2015 NFL Draft, and he may probably falling between the following three professional American football franchises: Baltimore Ravens, New Orleans Saints and Cincinnati Bengals.

Raiders show interest in Adrian Peterson | ProFootballTalk
If the Vikings are going to trade Adrian Peterson, the Cowboys won't be the only team interested. The Raiders have also shown interest in Peterson, NFL Network reports.

Dorial Green-Beckham visited Bengals, 49ers | ProFootballTalk
If draft prospects were judged on talent alone, wide receiver Dorial Green-Beckham might be taken high in the first round. The potential for off-field trouble is another factor, however, and Green-Beckham carries a lot of baggage.

ESPN Reporter Britt McHenry Has A History Of Being Rude As Hell
After everyone watched ESPN reporter Britt McHenry channel Regina George at a towing company employee, she walked back her behavior. She apologized on Twitter, and the Worldwide Leader dropped a one-week suspension on her. When something like this happens, other, smaller items usually emerge to reveal more about the person; what we’ve gleaned from McHenry’s items is that she seems to suck.