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Page says his numbers don't show his game


The more studies the NFL Draft, the less he understands. Page, a former defensive lineman at North Carolina, has talked to representatives of several teams. He has heard that his best shot at being drafted could come in the sixth round, but he is almost certain that he won't be taken and will be a free agent able to negotiate with any team. (Winston-Salem Journal)

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