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Posted April 20, 2009 @ midnight
Updated Oct. 06, 2010 @ 7:27 p.m.
By Matt Feminis

LSU WR prospect Demetrius Byrd is currently in stable condition in intensive care after a Sunday car accident.

Texans seeking Slaton complement
Like so many NFL teams, the Houston Texans desire a two-headed running attack. After a breakout rookie season from Steve Slaton, they're looking for another back to replace the departed Ahman Green. And if their interest in then-free agent Cedric Benson (who ultimately re-signed with the Bengals) is any indication, the Texans would like to find a bigger back to play off Slaton's speed and elusiveness.

Bears not fixated on receiver?
Perception is the Bears are intent on tapping into a deep group of receiver prospects to find a target for Jay Cutler, but the Bears have several problem areas that could be addressed with their second-round pick.

Robiskie a quick learner
Ohio State's Brian Robiskie is considered one of the most pro-ready prospects at a position where very few rookies make significant contributions. Brian's on-field aptitude is derived in large part from his father Terry, the receivers coach for the Atlanta Falcons. However, Brian was also a standout in the classroom.

McBath thinks he's ready
Like so many talented athletes, Texas Tech FS Darcel McBath excelled in multiple sports. He's a bit different, however, in that football took a backseat to basketball until his junior year of high school. The decision to focus on football is paying off and after snagging his share of interceptions in the pass-happy Big 12 conference, McBath thinks he's prepared for the next level.

Mizzou slept on Allen
After allowing just one sack in four years at Missouri Western, OG Roger Allen — a Missouri native — laughs at being passed over by the state school.

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