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5/4/2015 - FFToolbox
Former LSU offensive lineman La'el Collins was a projected first-round talent before going undrafted after being wrapped up in a murder case. Collins was never considered a suspect, however, NFL teams were still scared off by the whole situatio . . .
5/5/2015 - Inside the Iggles | A Philadelphia Eagles Blog / Bret Stuter
  Will La’El Collins Call Philadelphia Home? The logic is sound. Todd Herremans was released in 2015, creating a hole in the roster at starting right guard. La’el Collins is a huge and talented offensive lineman who is a plug and play starter o . . .
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3 hour ago - Headlines from the Associated Press / Kristie Rieken
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The Colts turned heads in the first round of the draft when they selected Miami wide receiver Phillip Dorsett. Dorsett has a very similar skill set to star receiver T.Y. Hilton. Hilton was asked about this decision by Zak Keefer of the Indianap . . .
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