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Blue Jackets assign Alexandre Texier to Cleveland Monsters

PRESS RELEASE WRITTEN BY & COURTESY OF COLUMBUS BLUE JACKETS COMMUNICATIONS

 

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:  MAY 7, 2019

 

COLUMBUS, OHIO – The Columbus Blue Jackets have assigned forward Alexandre Texier to the Cleveland Monsters, Columbus’ American Hockey League affiliate, club General Manager Jarmo Kekalainen announced today.

 

Texier, 19, made his NHL debut on April 5 at the New York Rangers and scored his first NHL goal the following night at Ottawa.  He added 2-1-3 and two penalty minutes in eight Stanley Cup Playoff contests.  Prior to joining the Blue Jackets, the forward made his AHL debut with Cleveland on March 16 at Rockford and went on to post 5-2-7, four penalty minutes and a +6 plus/minus rating in seven games.

Alexandre Texier

 

The Grenoble, France native began the 2018-19 campaign with KalPa in Finland’s top professional league (Liiga), recording 14-27-41 with 36 penalty minutes in 55 contests.  He led his club in assists, points and shots (265) and ranked third in goals and power play goals (five).  He also finished second among the league’s players 19-years-old or younger in assists and points.

 

Texier registered 27-36-63 with 74 penalty minutes, seven power play goals and 384 shots in 108 career Liiga contests with KalPa.  In 2017-18, he was the club’s youngest player at age 18 and collected 13-9-22 and 38 penalty minutes in 53 appearances.  The 6-0, 185-pound forward was selected by Columbus in the second round, 45th overall, in the 2017 NHL Draft.

 

Full and partial season tickets for the Blue Jackets’ 2019-20 campaign are currently available for purchase.  Information on all ticketing options can be obtained by calling (800) NHL‐COLS or by visiting BlueJackets.com.

 

NFL set to Launch Life-Changing London Academy

PRESS RELEASE WRITTEN BY NFL COMMUNICATIONS; COURTESY NFLmedia.com

 

(photo by Christiana Santiago)

Partnership with Barnet and Southgate College will feature

Mahomes, Beckham Jr, Smith-Schuster among ambassadors

LONDON – The National Football League today announced a major UK initiative – endorsed by some of the biggest names in sport – that aims to use American football to create life-changing educational and professional opportunities for young people.

The NFL Academy, which begins operations in September 2019, will offer student athletes aged 16-18 the opportunity to combine education with life skills and intensive training in the sport under full-time professional coaches.

Supported by Nike and based at Barnet and Southgate College, in North London, the NFL Academy will provide students with pathways into employment, further education and even the potential opportunity to play NCAA college football in the United States.

“The Academy is a first-of-its kind initiative that will deliver against three key elements: education, character development and football,” said NFL UK Managing Director Alistair Kirkwood. “The inspiration for the idea was our long-term partnership with Tottenham Hotspur. As well as playing games at the new stadium, we had a desire to create something meaningful for the community on a year-round basis.

“Also, we have seen from the success of players such as Efe Obada in our Player Pathway program that with the right kind of ambition and approach there is potential to achieve breakthrough results.”

Barnet and Southgate College will provide the students’ education and has appointed a coaching staff who will work alongside NFL UK’s development team to create the football program. Kirkwood added: “We are very excited to be working with Barnet and Southgate College, with its excellent academic record. The role of the NFL will be to drive recognition and prestige for the program, provide technical expertise from a football standpoint and develop the character development curriculum – details of which will follow.”

Recruitment for the first class of approximately 80 students will take place over the next three months via a series of tryouts. Details can be found at nflacademy.com.

Kirkwood continued: “This is an opportunity to make a real difference to the lives of many young people, regardless of their experience of our sport. It is also an opportunity for us to create a pathway for players to get into the American college system and maybe even to the NFL itself.”

Darren Mepham, CEO of Barnet and Southgate College, said: “We are proud and excited to be the first UK college to offer this unique programme in partnership with the NFL. It joins a number of other sporting academies offered by the college, highlighting our breadth of experience in delivering these dual programmes.

“The NFL Academy gives aspiring young American football players or outstanding athletes the chance to develop their skills and knowledge of the game, while also achieving a full-time education. Those aged between 16 and 18 years old are eligible to trial with an aim to enroll on a BTEC Level 1, 2 or 3 course, a BTEC Level 3 Extended Diploma, NVQ Level 2 Coaching, YMCA Personal Training course or an A Level study package. It really is a fantastic opportunity for young people to be able to take a step towards achieving their sporting dreams.”

With the NFL playing its first games at the new Tottenham Hotspur Stadium this October, Donna-Maria Cullen, Executive Director of Tottenham Hotspur, said: “We are thrilled to see the NFL further strengthen its ties to North London and make this long-term commitment to young student athletes in our home boroughs of Haringey and Enfield. When we announced our partnership back in 2015, we always envisaged our relationship extending beyond games in our new stadium. The NFL Academy is a great embodiment of our shared aims to deliver a ground-breaking partnership and opportunities for our communities. We look forward to supporting this fantastic initiative.”

Some of NFL’s highest-profile stars have pledged their support for the Academy and will serve in ambassadorial roles, which will include regular visits to help mentor the student athletes. These include London-born two-time Super Bowl winner Osi Umenyiora and his colleague on BBC’s NFL coverage, Jason Bell.

Also confirmed are Cleveland Browns wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr; Kansas City Chiefs quarterback and NFL MVP Patrick Mahomes; Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver JuJu Smith-Schuster; NFL Hall of Fame wide receiver Jerry Rice; Philadelphia Eagles’ British-born running back Jay Ajayi; and the Carolina Panthers’ London-raised defensive end Efe Obada. Other ambassadors will be announced in the future.

“Being from London and having spent time with so many young athletes there, I know how much the NFL Academy will mean to them,” said Obada. “To have the chance to pursue American football while receiving an education and other life-changing skills is an awesome opportunity. The values that the sport teaches go beyond the field and can help you make more of your life. I am really excited to give the NFL Academy my support and help these young people achieve their dreams.”

Mahomes said: “I am very proud to be one of the first ambassadors for the NFL Academy in the UK. Through the work of my foundation – 15 and the Mahomies – we work to give young people, especially those from disadvantaged backgrounds, greater opportunities in life. The NFL Academy’s objective in combining football and education to do just that is something I am very excited about playing a role in. I can’t wait to see it get started and I look forward to getting over to London to contribute to its success.”

Beckham Jr added: “The NFL Academy is a fantastic innovation and I feel privileged to be a part of it. I hope I can be an inspiration to young people who want to use football to make better lives for themselves and I am excited to be able to play a small part in their journey.”

Ajayi commented: “American football changed my life and I have seen it change the lives of many others. I am looking forward to helping the students at the NFL Academy reach their potential, whether it is as students or football players. Maybe I will be playing with some of them in the NFL one day!”

Academy partner Nike will develop and supply apparel and on-field uniforms for the student athletes. “To have Nike’s support as a partner is a massive endorsement of the Academy,” said Kirkwood. “Their expertise will be a valuable asset and something we know the students will be really proud of and excited about.”

Follow the NFL Academy on Instagram and Twitter: @NFLAcademy

ABOUT BARNET AND SOUTHGATE COLLEGE

One of the largest colleges in London, with over 13,000 students, delivering more than 20 subjects across three main campuses in Barnet, Southgate and Colindale. Being part of a large and vibrant College community benefits students to prepare for the workplace or university. The diverse environment offers an excellent opportunity to meet a broader range of people, while a larger college brings with it bigger and better facilities with state-of-the-art campuses.

In order to meet the current and future skills needs of the local economy, Barnet and Southgate College works closely with strategic partners such as employers and economists to adapt the content of courses to ensure relevance to employers and progression to university.

 

2019 NFL Draft saw players from 242 High Schools selected

PRESS RELEASE WRITTEN BY NFL COMMUNICATIONS; COURTESY NFLmedia.com

 

TWO SCHOOLS – ALLEN (TX) HS & COCOA (FL) HS – TIE FOR MOST WITH THREE PLAYERS CHOSEN AS ROOKIE MINICAMPS BEGIN THIS WEEKEND

 

With the 2019 NFL Draft now concluded, the incoming class of drafted rookies will soon experience their first taste of NFL life, as rookie minicamps take place around the league May 3-5 and May 10-12.

And while the drafted rookies enter the NFL from a variety of different backgrounds, one thing they generally all have in common is an outstanding experience playing high school football.

A total of 242 high schools contributed to the 254 players selected in the seven rounds of the Draft on April 25-27.

Two high schools – ALLEN (Texas) and COCOA (Florida) – had three players selected, while 10 high schools – BOOKER T. WASHINGTON (Oklahoma), BRIGHTON (Utah), EDEN PRAIRIE (Minnesota), IMG ACADEMY (Florida), MIAMI KILLIAN (Florida),PARADISE VALLEY (Arizona), SAINT THOMAS AQUINAS (Florida), WAKE FOREST (North Carolina), WENONAH (Alabama) andWINTON WOODS (Ohio) – each had two players selected.

The breakdown of the 12 high schools that had multiple players drafted by NFL clubs:

HIGH SCHOOL TOTAL PLAYERS (NFL TEAM/ROUND)
Allen (Allen, TX) 3 Kyler Murray (Arizona/1); Greg Little (Carolina/2); Bobby Evans (Los Angeles Rams/3)
Cocoa (Cocoa, FL) 3 Jawaan Taylor (Jacksonville/2); Jamel Dean (Tampa Bay/3); Chauncey Gardner-Johnson (New Orleans/4)
Booker T. Washington (Tulsa, OK) 2 Justice Hill (Baltimore/4); Jordan Brailford (Washington/7)
Brighton (Salt Lake City, UT) 2 Cody Barton (Seattle/3); Jackson Barton (Indianapolis/7)
Eden Prairie (Eden Prairie, MN) 2 Ryan Connelly (New York Giants/5); Blake Cashman (New York Jets/5)
IMG Academy (Bradenton, FL) 2 Hjalte Froholdt (New England/4); Isaac Nauta (Detroit/7)
Miami Killian (Miami, FL) 2 Sheldrick Redwine (Cleveland/4); Jaquan Johnson (Buffalo/6)
Paradise Valley (Phoenix, AZ) 2 Ryan Finley (Cincinnati/4); Jordan Brown (Cincinnati/7)
Saint Thomas Aquinas (Fort Lauderdale, FL) 2 Nick Bosa (San Francisco/1); Jordan Scarlett (Carolina/5)
Wake Forest (Wake Forest, NC) 2 Dexter Lawrence (New York Giants/1); Bryce Love (Washington/4)
Wenonah (Birmingham, AL) 2 Quinnen Williams (New York Jets/1); Quincy Williams (Jacksonville/3)
Winton Woods (Cincinnati, OH) 2 Mike Edwards (Tampa Bay/3); David Long (Tennessee/6)

Prior to the Draft, the NFL announced the creation of the NFL LEGENDS YOUTH ADVISORY COMMITTEE to assist and guide efforts to preserve and grow youth & high school football through peer-to-peer engagement.

Led by NFL Legends MARK BRUNELLTRENT DILFERMAURICE JONES-DREWWILLIE McGINESTJORDAN PALMERCHAD PENNINGTONMICHAEL ROBINSONDEION SANDERS and BOBBY TAYLOR, the Committee will generate inspiring conversations with youth and high school football communities about the values learned from playing football. Robinson, along with San Francisco 49ers sixth round selection TIM HARRIS, attended Varina High School in Richmond, Va.

“I love the game of football and want kids of all ages to have the opportunity to participate in it,” said McGinest, who attended Long Beach (CA) Polytechnic, the same school as Baltimore Ravens fourth round selection IMAN MARSHALL. “I joined the NFL Legends Youth Advisory Committee to help young people learn the game in the right way, with the proper coaching and guidance. For me and the way I teach the game, football is not just about X’s and O’s. It instills foundational principles – principles that have guided and directed me during each important step of my life. Football opened up multiple opportunities for me and kept me on the right course. It saved my life. By playing the game, kids also learn not only about football, but so much more – accountability, teamwork, sportsmanship, discipline and responsibility. It’s about skills and lessons they too can apply for the rest of their lives.”

STATES WITH DOUBLE-DIGIT PLAYERS DRAFTED

STATE TOTAL
Florida 34
Texas 27
California 22
Georgia 13
Ohio 13
Louisiana 10
Mississippi 10
North Carolina 10

 

STATES WITH MOST NFL PLAYERS DRAFTED IN 2019 PER CAPITA

STATE POPULATION * NFL PLAYERS NFL PLAYERS PER CAPITA
Mississippi 2,967,297 10   1 NFL player per 296,730 people
Louisiana 4,533,372 10   1 NFL player per 453,337 people
Utah 2,763,885 5   1 NFL player per 552,777 people
Florida 18,801,310 34   1 NFL player per 552,980 people
District of Columbia 601,723 1   1 NFL player per 601,723 people
   
UNITED STATES 308,745,538 253 1 NFL player per 1,220,338 people
* Based on most recent U.S. Census Data (2010).

STATE BREAKDOWN

STATE PLAYERS DRAFTED STATE PLAYERS DRAFTED
Florida 34 Michigan 4
Texas 27 Minnesota 4
California 22 Connecticut 3
Ohio 13 Indiana 3
Georgia 13 Colorado 2
North Carolina 10 Kansas 2
Mississippi 10 Nebraska 2
Louisiana 10 New York 2
Illinois 9 Arkansas 1
New Jersey 9 Delaware 1
Virginia 9 Kentucky 1
Alabama 6 Massachusetts 1
Missouri 6 Nevada 1
Tennessee 6 New Mexico 1
Arizona 5 West Virginia 1
Oklahoma 5 Wisconsin 1
Pennsylvania 5    
South Carolina 5 District of Columbia 1
Utah 5    
Washington 5 International 1
Iowa 4    
Maryland 4 TOTAL 254

 

​​Some interesting notes on high schools in the 2019 NFL Draft:

  • Thirty-eight states, as well as Washington, D.C. had at least one player drafted.
  • For the 13th time in the past 14 seasons, at least one player who attended high school outside of the United States was selected in the NFL Draft.
  • Florida led all states with five first-round selections. North Carolina and Texas followed with three players selected in Round 1.

The 2019 NFL Draft broken down by state listing of high schools:

ALABAMA (6)

PLAYER NFL TEAM (ROUND) COLLEGE HIGH SCHOOL (CITY)
LB Deshaun Davis Cincinnati (6) Auburn Vigor (Mobile)
T Tytus Howard Houston (1) Alabama State Monroe County (Monroeville)
DB Michael Jackson Dallas (5) Miami Spain Park (Birmingham)
LB Quincy Williams Jacksonville (3) Murray State Wenonah (Birmingham)
NT Quinnen Williams New York Jets (1) Alabama Wenonah (Birmingham)
LB Mack Wilson Cleveland (5) Alabama Carver (Montgomery)

 

ARIZONA (5)​

PLAYER NFL TEAM (ROUND) COLLEGE HIGH SCHOOL (CITY)
DB Jordan Brown Cincinnati (7) South Dakota State Paradise Valley (Phoenix)
QB Ryan Finley Cincinnati (4) North Carolina State Paradise Valley (Phoenix)
WR N’Keal Harry New England (1) Arizona State Chandler
DE Jalen Jelks Dallas (7) Oregon Desert Vista (Phoenix)
DB Byron Murphy Arizona (2) Washington Saguaro (Scottsdale)


ARKANSAS (1)

PLAYER NFL TEAM (ROUND) COLLEGE HIGH SCHOOL (CITY)
LB Dre Greenlaw San Francisco (5) Arkansas Fayetteville


CALIFORNIA (22)

PLAYER NFL TEAM (ROUND) COLLEGE HIGH SCHOOL (CITY)
P Jake Bailey New England (5) Stanford Santa Fe Christian (Solana Beach)
DE Quinton Bell Oakland (7) Prairie View Costa Mesa
LB Ben Burr-Kirven Seattle (5) Washington Sacred Heart (Atherton)
DB Xavier Crawford Houston (6) Central Michigan Pittsburg
DB Marcus Epps Minnesota (6) Wyoming Edison (Huntington Beach)
DT Greg Gaines Los Angeles Rams (4) Washington La Habra
WR KeeSean Johnson Arizona (6) Fresno State Palo Alto
DT P.J. Johnson Detroit (7) Arizona Luther Burbank (Sacramento)
DB David Long Los Angeles Rams (3) Michigan Loyola (Los Angeles)
DB Iman Marshall Baltimore (4) Southern California Long Beach Poly (Long Beach)
RB Alexander Mattison Minnesota (3) Boise State San Bernardino
DB Jordan Miller Atlanta (5) Washington Oceanside
LB Bobby Okereke Indianapolis (3) Stanford Foothill (Santa Ana)
TE Josh Oliver Jacksonville (3) San Jose State Paso Robles
G Dru Samia Minnesota (4) Oklahoma River City (West Sacramento)
LB Cameron Smith Minnesota (5) Southern California Granite Bay
LB Sione Takitaki Cleveland (3) Brigham Young Heritage (Fontana)
LB Jahlani Tavai Detroit (2) Hawaii Mira Costa (Manhattan Beach)
DB Marvell Tell Indianapolis (5) Southern California Crespi Carmelite (Encino)
TE Kahale Warring Houston (3) San Diego State Sonora
T Jonah Williams Cincinnati (1) Alabama Folsom
TE Caleb Wilson Arizona (7) UCLA Junipero Serra (Gardena)


COLORADO (2)

PLAYER NFL TEAM (ROUND) COLLEGE HIGH SCHOOL (CITY)
WR Olabisi Johnson Minnesota (7) Colorado State Bear Creek (Denver)
G Dalton Risner Denver (2) Kansas State Wiggins


CONNECTICUT (3)

PLAYER NFL TEAM (ROUND) COLLEGE HIGH SCHOOL (CITY)
DE Zach Allen Arizona (3) Boston College New Canaan
DB Will Harris Detroit (3) Boston College Choate Rosemary Hall (Wallingford)
DT Christian Wilkins Miami (1) Clemson Suffield


DELAWARE (1)

PLAYER NFL TEAM (ROUND) COLLEGE HIGH SCHOOL (CITY)
DB Darnell Savage Green Bay (1) Maryland Caravel Academy (Bear)


FLORIDA (34)

PLAYER NFL TEAM (ROUND) COLLEGE HIGH SCHOOL (CITY)
DB Deandre Baker New York Giants (1) Georgia Miami Northwestern (Miami)
DE Nick Bosa San Francisco (1) Ohio State Saint Thomas Aquinas (Fort Lauderdale)
WR Marquise Brown Baltimore (1) Oklahoma Chaminade-Madonna (Hollywood)
DE Brian Burns Carolina (1) Florida State American Heritage (Plantation)
LB Devin Bush Pittsburgh (1) Michigan Flanagan (Pembroke Pines)
T Yodny Cajuste New England (3) West Virginia Miramar
DT Demarcus Christmas Seattle (6) Florida State Manatee (Bradenton)
DE Byron Cowart New England (5) Maryland Armwood (Seffner)
RB Chandler Cox Miami (7) Auburn Apopka
DB Jamel Dean Tampa Bay (3) Auburn Cocoa
DB Stephen Denmark Chicago (7) Valdosta State Rickards (Tallahassee)
DB Rashad Fenton Kansas City (6) South Carolina Miami Carol City (Miami)
G Hjalte Froholdt New England (4) Arkansas IMG Academy (Bradenton)
DB Chauncey Gardner-Johnson New Orleans (4) Florida Cocoa
LB Ulysees Gilbert Pittsburgh (6) Akron Trinity Catholic (Ocala)
DT Trysten Hill Dallas (2) Central Florida Suwannee (Live Oak)
LB Cole Holcomb Washington (5) North Carolina New Smyrna Beach
RB Travis Homer Seattle (6) Miami Oxbridge Academy (West Palm Beach)
DE Joe Jackson Dallas (5) Miami Gulliver Prep (Miami)
WR Diontae Johnson Pittsburgh (3) Toledo Earl J. Leonard (Ruskin)
DB Jaquan Johnson Buffalo (6) Miami Miami Killian (Miami)
LB Vosean Joseph Buffalo (5) Florida Miami Norland (Miami)
DB Jimmy Moreland Washington (7) James Madison Royal Palm Beach (West Palm Beach)
DB Trayvon Mullen Oakland (2) Clemson Coconut Creek
TE Isaac Nauta Detroit (7) Georgia IMG Academy (Bradenton)
DB Amani Oruwariye Detroit (5) Penn State Gaither (Tampa)
LB Jachai Polite New York Jets (3) Florida Mainland (Daytona Beach)
DB Sheldrick Redwine Cleveland (4) Miami Miami Killian (Miami)
WR Riley Ridley Chicago (4) Georgia Deerfield Beach
RB Jordan Scarlett Carolina (5) Florida Saint Thomas Aquinas (Fort Lauderdale)
RB Devin Singletary Buffalo (3) Florida Atlantic American Heritage Boca (Delray Beach)
T Jawaan Taylor Jacksonville (2) Florida Cocoa
RB Kerrith Whyte Chicago (7) Florida Atlantic Seminole Ridge (Loxahatchee)
RB Dexter Williams Green Bay (6) Notre Dame West Orange (Winter Garden)

 

GEORGIA (13)

PLAYER NFL TEAM (ROUND) COLLEGE HIGH SCHOOL (CITY)
DT Cortez Broughton Los Angeles Chargers (7) Cincinnati Veterans (Warner Robins)
LB Austin Bryant Detroit (4) Clemson Thomas County (Thomasville)
T Chuma Edoga New York Jets (3) Southern California McEachern (Powder Springs)
WR Terry Godwin Carolina (7) Georgia Callaway (Hogansville)
WR Mecole Hardman Kansas City (2) Georgia Elbert County (Elberton)
DE Darryl Johnson Buffalo (7) North Carolina A&T Camden (Kingsland)
DT Dontavius Russell Jacksonville (7) Auburn Carrollton
DB Duke Shelley Chicago (6) Kansas State Tucker
WR Darius Slayton New York Giants (5) Auburn Greater Atlanta Christian (Norcross)
LB Montez Sweat Washington (1) Mississippi State Stephenson (Stone Mountain)
LB D’Andre Walker Tennessee (5) Georgia Langston Hughes (Fairburn)
DB Ken Webster New England (7) Mississippi Stockbridge
DB Rock Ya-Sin Indianapolis (2) Temple Southwest Dekalb (Decatur)


ILLINOIS (9)

PLAYER NFL TEAM (ROUND) COLLEGE HIGH SCHOOL (CITY)
G Nick Allegretti Kansas City (7) Illinois Lincoln-Way East (Frankfort)
DT Terry Beckner Tampa Bay (7) Missouri East Saint Louis Sr. (East Saint Louis)
WR Miles Boykin Baltimore (3) Notre Dame Providence Catholic (New Lenox)
T David Edwards Los Angeles Rams (5) Wisconsin Downers Grove North
DB Julian Love New York Giants (4) Notre Dame Nazareth Academy (La Grange Park)
WR Scott Miller Tampa Bay (6) Bowling Green Barrington
K Austin Seibert Cleveland (5) Oklahoma Belleville West (Belleville)
DT Chris Slayton New York Giants (7) Syracuse Crete-Monee (Crete)
QB Clayton Thorson Philadelphia (5) Northwestern Wheaton North (Wheaton)

 

INDIANA (3)

PLAYER NFL TEAM (ROUND) COLLEGE HIGH SCHOOL (CITY)
DB Lonnie Johnson Houston (2) Kentucky West Side (Gary)
WR Terry McLaurin Washington (3) Ohio State Cathedral (Indianapolis)
LB Drue Tranquill Los Angeles Chargers (4) Notre Dame Carroll (Fort Wayne)

 

IOWA (4)

PLAYER NFL TEAM (ROUND) COLLEGE HIGH SCHOOL (CITY)
TE T.J. Hockenson Detroit (1) Iowa Chariton
LB Anthony Nelson Tampa Bay (4) Iowa Waukee
C Ross Pierschbacher Washington (5) Alabama Cedar Falls
LB Andrew Van Ginkel Miami (5) Wisconsin Rock Valley

 

KANSAS (2)

PLAYER NFL TEAM (ROUND) COLLEGE HIGH SCHOOL (CITY)
DB Corey Ballentine New York Giants (6) Washburn Shawnee Heights (Tecumseh)
G Ben Powers Baltimore (4) Oklahoma Kapaun Mount Carmel (Wichita)

 

KENTUCKY (1)

PLAYER NFL TEAM (ROUND) COLLEGE HIGH SCHOOL (CITY)
RB Damien Harris New England (3) Alabama Madison Southern (Berea)


LOUISIANA (10)

PLAYER NFL TEAM (ROUND) COLLEGE HIGH SCHOOL (CITY)
DE Isaiah Buggs Pittsburgh (6) Alabama Ruston
LB Jaylon Ferguson Baltimore (3) Louisiana Tech West Feliciana (Saint Francisville)
T Cody Ford Buffalo (2) Oklahoma Pineville
DB Donnie Lewis Cleveland (7) Tulane Central (Baton Rouge)
TE Foster Moreau Oakland (4) Louisiana State Jesuit (New Orleans)
TE Irv Smith Minnesota (2) Alabama Bro Martin (New Orleans)
DT Jerry Tillery Los Angeles Chargers (1) Notre Dame Evangel Academy (Shreveport)
LB Devin White Tampa Bay (1) Louisiana State North Webster (Springhill)
DB Greedy Williams Cleveland (2) Louisiana State Calvary Baptist (Shreveport)
DB Donovan Wilson Dallas (6) Texas A&M Woodlawn (Shreveport)

 

MARYLAND (4)

PLAYER NFL TEAM (ROUND) COLLEGE HIGH SCHOOL (CITY)
QB Dwayne Haskins Washington (1) Ohio State Bullis (Potomac)
RB Ty Johnson Detroit (6) Maryland Fort Hill (Cumberland)
T Joshua Miles Arizona (7) Morgan State Western Tech (Catonsville)
T Isaiah Prince Miami (6) Ohio State Eleanor Roosevelt (Greenbelt)

 

MASSACHUSETTS (1)

PLAYER NFL TEAM (ROUND) COLLEGE HIGH SCHOOL (CITY)
G Chris Lindstrom Atlanta (1) Boston College Shepherd Hill (Dudley)

 

MICHIGAN (4)

PLAYER NFL TEAM (ROUND) COLLEGE HIGH SCHOOL (CITY)
DB Sean Bunting Tampa Bay (2) Central Michigan Chippewa Valley (Clinton Township)
G Michael Jordan Cincinnati (4) Ohio State Plymouth (Canton)
RB Mike Weber Dallas (7) Ohio State Cass Technical (Detroit)
DB Khari Willis Indianapolis (4) Michigan State Lumen Christi (Jackson)

 

MINNESOTA (4)

PLAYER NFL TEAM (ROUND) COLLEGE HIGH SCHOOL (CITY)
LB Blake Cashman New York Jets (5) Minnesota Eden Prairie
LB Ryan Connelly New York Giants (5) Wisconsin Eden Prairie
DB Amani Hooker Tennessee (4) Iowa Park Center (Minneapolis)
T Trey Pipkins Los Angeles Chargers (3) Sioux Falls Apple Valley (Saint Paul)


MISSISSIPPI (10)

PLAYER NFL TEAM (ROUND) COLLEGE HIGH SCHOOL (CITY)
DB Johnathan Abram Oakland (1) Mississippi State East Marion (Columbia)
WR A.J. Brown Tennessee (2) Mississippi Starkville
RB Marcus Green Atlanta (6) Louisiana-Monroe North Pontotoc (Ecru)
DE Gerri Green Indianapolis (6) Mississippi State Weston (Greenville)
RB Darrell Henderson Los Angeles Rams (3) Memphis South Panola (Batesville)
G Elgton Jenkins Green Bay (2) Mississippi State Clarksdale
WR D.K. Metcalf Seattle (2) Mississippi Oxford
QB Gardner Minshew Jacksonville (6) Washington State Brandon
C Javon Patterson Indianapolis (7) Mississippi Petal
DT Jeffery Simmons Tennessee (1) Mississippi State Noxubee County (Macon)


MISSOURI (6)

PLAYER NFL TEAM (ROUND) COLLEGE HIGH SCHOOL (CITY)
G Drew Forbes Cleveland (6) Southeast Missouri North County (Bonne Terre)
QB Drew Lock Denver (2) Missouri Lee’s Summit
DT Khalen Saunders Kansas City (3) Western Illinois Parkway Central (Chesterfield)
LB Sutton Smith Pittsburgh (6) Northern Illinois Francis Howell (Saint Charles)
DT Armon Watts Minnesota (6) Arkansas Christian Brothers (St. Louis)
DT Renell Wren Cincinnati (4) Arizona State Lutheran (Saint Peters)


NEBRASKA (2)

PLAYER NFL TEAM (ROUND) COLLEGE HIGH SCHOOL (CITY)
TE Noah Fant Denver (1) Iowa Omaha South (Omaha)
QB Easton Stick Los Angeles Chargers (5) North Dakota State Creighton Preparatory (Omaha)


NEVADA (1)

PLAYER NFL TEAM (ROUND) COLLEGE HIGH SCHOOL (CITY)
TE Alize Mack New Orleans (7) Notre Dame Bishop Gorman (Las Vegas)


NEW JERSEY (9)

PLAYER NFL TEAM (ROUND) COLLEGE HIGH SCHOOL (CITY)
DE Josh Allen Jacksonville (1) Kentucky Montclair
RB Ryquell Armstead Jacksonville (5) Temple Millville Senior (Millville)
DT Michael Dogbe Arizona (7) Temple Parsippany
LB Rashan Gary Green Bay (1) Michigan Paramus Catholic (Paramus)
DB Saquan Hampton New Orleans (6) Rutgers Nottingham (Hamilton)
WR Kelvin Harmon Washington (6) North Carolina State Palmyra
DB Ka’dar Hollman Green Bay (6) Toledo Burlington Township (Burlington)
TE Tommy Sweeney Buffalo (7) Boston College Don Bosco (Ramsey)
WR Juwann Winfree Denver (6) Colorado Dwight Morrow (Englewood)


NEW MEXICO (1)

PLAYER NFL TEAM (ROUND) COLLEGE HIGH SCHOOL (CITY)
TE Zach Gentry Pittsburgh (5) Michigan Eldorado (Albuquerque)


NEW YORK (2)

PLAYER NFL TEAM (ROUND) COLLEGE HIGH SCHOOL (CITY)
DB Blessuan Austin New York Jets (6) Rutgers Campus Magnets (Cambria Heights)
RB Qadree Ollison Atlanta (5) Pittsburgh Canisius (Buffalo)


NORTH CAROLINA (10)

PLAYER NFL TEAM (ROUND) COLLEGE HIGH SCHOOL (CITY)
C Garrett Bradbury Minnesota (1) North Carolina State Charlotte Christian (Charlotte)
G Lamont Gaillard Arizona (6) Georgia Pine Forest (Fayetteville)
QB Will Grier Carolina (3) West Virginia Davidson (Charlotte)
G Phil Haynes Seattle (4) Wake Forest Enloe (Raleigh)
QB Daniel Jones New York Giants (1) Duke Charlotte Latin (Charlotte)
DT Dexter Lawrence New York Giants (1) Clemson Wake Forest
RB Bryce Love Washington (4) Stanford Wake Forest
LB Germaine Pratt Cincinnati (3) North Carolina State High Point Central (High Point)
T Olisaemeka Udoh Minnesota (6) Elon Terry Sanford (Fayetteville)
LB Oshane Ximines New York Giants (3) Old Dominion Hertford County (Ahoskie)


OHIO (13)

PLAYER NFL TEAM (ROUND) COLLEGE HIGH SCHOOL (CITY)
T George Asafo-Adjei New York Giants (7) Kentucky Lakota West (West Chester)
DB Marquise Blair Seattle (2) Utah Wooster
WR Parris Campbell Indianapolis (2) Ohio State St. Vincent-St. Mary (Akron)
DE John Cominsky Atlanta (4) Charleston (West Virginia) Barberton
G Michael Deiter Miami (3) Wisconsin Genoa
DB Mike Edwards Tampa Bay (3) Kentucky Winton Woods (Cincinnati)
WR Andy Isabella Arizona (2) Massachusetts Mayfield (Cleveland)
DT Dre’Mont Jones Denver (3) Ohio State St. Ignatius (Cleveland)
DB Justin Layne Pittsburgh (3) Michigan State Benedictine (Cleveland)
LB David Long Tennessee (6) West Virginia Winton Woods (Cleveland)
G Wes Martin Washington (4) Indiana Milton Union (West Milton)
RB David Montgomery Chicago (3) Iowa State Mount Healthy (Cincinnati)
RB Benny Snell Pittsburgh (4) Kentucky Westerville Central (Westerville)


OKLAHOMA (5)

PLAYER NFL TEAM (ROUND) COLLEGE HIGH SCHOOL (CITY)
LB Jordan Brailford Washington (7) Oklahoma State Booker T. Washington (Tulsa)
RB Justice Hill Baltimore (4) Oklahoma State Booker T. Washington (Tulsa)
RB Josh Jacobs Oakland (1) Alabama McLain (Tulsa)
TE Jace Sternberger Green Bay (3) Texas A&M Kingfisher
RB Darwin Thompson Kansas City (6) Utah State Jenks


PENNSYLVANIA (5)

PLAYER NFL TEAM (ROUND) COLLEGE HIGH SCHOOL (CITY)
DB Nasir Adderley Los Angeles Chargers (2) Delaware Great Valley (Malvern)
G Connor McGovern Dallas (3) Penn State Lake-Lehman (Lehman)
DE Shareef Miller Philadelphia (4) Penn State Georgia Washington (Philadelphia)
RB Miles Sanders Philadelphia (2) Penn State Woodland Hills (Pittsburgh)
DE Chase Winovich New England (3) Michigan Thomas Jefferson (Pittsburgh)


SOUTH CAROLINA (5)

PLAYER NFL TEAM (ROUND) COLLEGE HIGH SCHOOL (CITY)
WR J.J. Arcega-Whiteside Philadelphia (2) Stanford Dorman (Spartanburg)
T Dennis Daley Carolina (6) South Carolina Ridge View (Columbia)
LB Christian Miller Carolina (4) Alabama Spring Valley (Columbia)
WR Hunter Renfrow Oakland (5) Clemson Socastee (Myrtle Beach)
WR Deebo Samuel San Francisco (2) South Carolina Chapman (Inman)


TENNESSEE (5)

PLAYER NFL TEAM (ROUND) COLLEGE HIGH SCHOOL (CITY)
DB Ugochukwu Amadi Seattle (4) Oregon Overton (Nashville)
WR Jalen Hurd San Francisco (3) Baylor Beech Senior (Hendersonville)
TE Dawson Knox Buffalo (3) Mississippi Brentwood Academy (Brentwood)
WR Dillon Mitchell Minnesota (7) Oregon White Station (Memphis)
RB Tony Pollard Dallas (4) Memphis Melrose (Memphis)
DB Joejuan Williams New England (2) Vanderbilt Hendersonville


TEXAS (27)

PLAYER NFL TEAM (ROUND) COLLEGE HIGH SCHOOL (CITY)
LB Dakota Allen Los Angeles Rams (7) Texas Tech Summer Creek (Houston)
RB Rodney Anderson Cincinnati (6) Oklahoma Katy
LB Ben Banogu Indianapolis (2) Texas Christian Prosper
DB Kris Boyd Minnesota (7) Texas Gilmer
WR Hakeem Butler Arizona (4) Iowa State Travis (Fort Bend)
DE L.J. Collier Seattle (1) Texas Christian Munday
DE Maxx Crosby Oakland (4) Eastern Michigan Colleyville Heritage (Colleyville)
LS Austin Cutting Minnesota (7) Air Force Keller
LB Emeke Egbule Los Angeles Chargers (6) Houston North Shore (Houston)
T Bobby Evans Los Angeles Rams (3) Oklahoma Allen
RB Cullen Gillaspia Houston (7) Texas A&M James Taylor (Katy)
LB Justin Hollins Denver (5) Oregon James Martin (Arlington)
DB Isiaiah Johnson Oakland (4) Houston Rudder (Bryan)
DE Kingsley Keke Green Bay (5) Texas A&M Georgia Ranch (Richmond)
T Greg Little Carolina (2) Mississippi Allen
DT Daylon Mack Baltimore (5) Texas A&M Gladewater
C Erik McCoy New Orleans (2) Texas A&M Lufkin
QB Kyler Murray Arizona (1) Oklahoma Allen
DT Ed Oliver Buffalo (1) Houston Westfield (Houston)
DE Charles Omenihu Houston (5) Texas Rowlett
DB Kendall Sheffield Atlanta (4) Ohio State Thurgood Marshall (Missouri City)
TE Kaden Smith San Francisco (6) Stanford Marcus (Flower Mound)
LB E.J. Speed Indianapolis (5) Tarleton State North Crowley (Fort Worth)
QB Jarrett Stidham New England (4) Auburn Stephenville
LB Ty Summers Green Bay (7) Texas Christian Reagan (San Antonio)
DB Deionte Thompson Arizona (5) Alabama West Orange-Stark (Orange)
RB Trayveon Williams Cincinnati (6) Texas A&M King (Houston)


UTAH (5)

PLAYER NFL TEAM (ROUND) COLLEGE HIGH SCHOOL (CITY)
LB Cody Barton Seattle (3) Utah Brighton (Salt Lake City)
T Jackson Barton Indianapolis (7) Utah Brighton (Salt Lake City)
LB Kaden Elliss New Orleans (7) Idaho Judge Memorial Catholic (Salt Lake City)
K Matt Gay Tampa Bay (5) Utah Orem
WR John Ursua Seattle (7) Hawaii Cedar City


VIRGINIA (9)

PLAYER NFL TEAM (ROUND) COLLEGE HIGH SCHOOL (CITY)
G Nate Davis Tennessee (3) North Carolina-Charlotte Stone Bridge (Ashburn)
DE Clelin Ferrell Oakland (1) Clemson Benedictine (Richmond)
WR Travis Fulgham Detroit (6) Old Dominion Broad Run (Ashburn)
DB Tim Harris San Francisco (6) Virginia Varina (Richmond)
WR Gary Jennings Seattle (4) West Virginia Colonial Forge (Stafford)
QB Trace McSorley Baltimore (6) Penn State Briar Woods (Ashburn)
DB Nick Scott Los Angeles Rams (7) Penn State Fairfax
T Justin Skule San Francisco (6) Vanderbilt Centreville (Clifton)
DB Juan Thornhill Kansas City (2) Virginia Altavista


WASHINGTON (5)

PLAYER NFL TEAM (ROUND) COLLEGE HIGH SCHOOL (CITY)
T Andre Dillard Philadelphia (1) Washington State Woodinville
RB Myles Gaskin Miami (7) Washington O’Dea (Seattle)
T Kaleb McGary Atlanta (1) Washington Fife (Tacoma)
DB Taylor Rapp Los Angeles Rams (2) Washington Sehome (Bellingham)
TE Drew Sample Cincinnati (2) Washington Newport​


WASHINGTON D.C. (1)

PLAYER NFL TEAM (ROUND) COLLEGE HIGH SCHOOL (CITY)
T Derwin Gray Pittsburgh (7) Maryland Friendship Collegiate (Washington)


WEST VIRGINIA (1)

PLAYER NFL TEAM (ROUND) COLLEGE HIGH SCHOOL (CITY)
TE Trevon Wesco New York Jets (4) West Virginia Musselman (Inwood)


WISCONSIN (1)

PLAYER NFL TEAM (ROUND) COLLEGE HIGH SCHOOL (CITY)
T Max Scharping Houston (2) Northern Illinois Southwest (Green Bay)


INTERNATIONAL (1)

PLAYER NFL TEAM (ROUND) COLLEGE HIGH SCHOOL (CITY, COUNTRY)
P Mitch Wishnowsky San Francisco (4) Utah Lumen Christi College (Perth, Australia)

 

NFL announces Offseason Workout Dates

PRESS RELEASE WRITTEN BY NFL COMMUNICATIONS; COURTESY NFLmedia.com

 

Voluntary offseason workout programs are intended to provide training, teaching and physical conditioning for players.  The calendar for 2019 is below, updated to include rookie minicamp dates. ​

As per Article 21 of the Collective Bargaining Agreement, each club’s official, voluntary nine-week offseason program is conducted in three phases:

Phase One consists of the first two weeks of the program with activities limited to strength and conditioning and physical rehabilitation only.

Phase Two consists of the next three weeks of the program. On-field workouts may include individual player instruction and drills as well as team practice conducted on a “separates” basis. No live contact or team offense vs. team defense drills are permitted.

Phase Three consists of the next four weeks of the program. Teams may conduct a total of 10 days of organized team practice activity, or “OTAs”. No live contact is permitted, but 7-on-7, 9-on-7, and 11-on-11 drills are permitted.

Article 22 of the Collective Bargaining Agreement stipulates that clubs may hold one mandatory minicamp for veteran players. This minicamp, noted below, must occur during Phase Three of the offseason program.

New head coaches are entitled to conduct an additional voluntary veteran minicamp.  Any voluntary minicamp for veteran players must be conducted prior to the NFL Draft (April 25-27), but no earlier than week three of the club’s offseason workout program and after at least one week of the two weeks of Phase One activities that the clubs may hold pursuant to Article 21. This year, eight clubs held voluntary veteran minicamps.

Each club may hold a rookie football development program for a period of seven weeks, which in 2019 may begin on May 13. During this period, no activities may be held on weekends, with the exception of one post-NFL Draft rookie minicamp, which may be conducted on either the first or second weekend following the draft. The dates of each club’s post-draft rookie minicamp are listed below.

For specific information and detailed offseason program rules, please see Articles 21 and 22 of the Collective Bargaining Agreement (beginning on page 131), available on nflcommunications.com.

The NFL Offseason Workout Program calendar (dates are tentative and subject to change at the discretion of individual clubs):

 

ARIZONA First Day:                                  April 8

Voluntary Minicamp:                  April 23-25

OTA Offseason Workouts:         May 20-22, May 29-31, June 3-6

Mandatory Minicamp:                June 11-13

Rookie Minicamp:                      May 10-12

ATLANTA First Day:                                  April 15

OTA Offseason Workouts:         May 20-21, May 23, May 29-31, June 3-4, June 6

Mandatory Minicamp:                June 11-13

Rookie Minicamp:                      May 10-12

BALTIMORE First Day:                                  April 15

OTA Offseason Workouts:         May 20-21, May 23, May 28, May 30-31, June 3-4, June 6-7

Mandatory Minicamp:                June 11-13

Rookie Minicamp:                      May 3-5

BUFFALO First Day:                                  April 15

OTA Offseason Workouts:         May 20-21, May 23, May 28-29, May 31 June 3-4, June 6-7

Mandatory Minicamp:                June 11-13

Rookie Minicamp:                      May 10-12

CAROLINA First Day:                                  April 15

OTA Offseason Workouts:         May 21-23, May 28-30, June 3-6

Mandatory Minicamp:                June 11-13

Rookie Minicamp:                      May 10-12

CHICAGO First Day:                                  April 15

OTA Offseason Workouts:         May 21-23, May 29-31, June 4-7

Mandatory Minicamp:                June 11-13

Rookie Minicamp:                      May 3-5

CINCINNATI First Day:                                  April 9

Voluntary Minicamp:                  April 23-25

OTA Offseason Workouts:         May 20-21, May 23, May 28-30, June 3-6

Mandatory Minicamp:                June 11-13

Rookie Minicamp:                      May 10-12

CLEVELAND First Day:                                  April 1

Voluntary Minicamp:                  April 23-25

OTA Offseason Workouts:         May 14-16, May 21-23, May 28-31

Mandatory Minicamp:                June 4-6

Rookie Minicamp:                      May 3-5

DALLAS First Day:                                  April 15​

OTA Offseason Workouts:         May 21-23, May 28-30, June 3-6

Mandatory Minicamp:                June 11-13

Rookie Minicamp:                      May 10-12

DENVER First Day:                                  April 2

Voluntary Minicamp:                  April 16-18

OTA Offseason Workouts:         May 13-14, May 16, May 20-21, May 23, May 29-31

Mandatory Minicamp:                June 4-6

Rookie Minicamp:                      May 10-12

DETROIT First Day:                                  April 15

OTA Offseason Workouts:         May 20-21, May 23, May 29-31, June 10-13

Mandatory Minicamp:                June 4-6

Rookie Minicamp:                      May 10-12

GREEN BAY First Day:                                  April 8

Voluntary Minicamp:                  April 23-25

OTA Offseason Workouts:         May 20-21, May 23, May 28-29, May 31, June 3-6

Mandatory Minicamp:                June 11-13

Rookie Minicamp:                      May 3-5

HOUSTON First Day:                                  April 15

OTA Offseason Workouts:         May 20-21, May 23, May 28-30, June 3-4, June 6-7

Mandatory Minicamp:                June 11-13

Rookie Minicamp:                      May 10-12

INDIANAPOLIS First Day:                                  April 15

OTA Offseason Workouts:         May 21-23, May 29-31, June 3-6

Mandatory Minicamp:                June 11-13

Rookie Minicamp:                      May 3-5

JACKSONVILLE First Day:                                  April 15

OTA Offseason Workouts:         May 21, May 23-24, May 28, May 30-May 31, June 3-4, June 6-7

Mandatory Minicamp:                June 11-13

Rookie Minicamp:                      May 10-12

KANSAS CITY First Day:                                  April 15

OTA Offseason Workouts:         May 21-23, May 28-30, June 4-7

Mandatory Minicamp:                June 11-13

Rookie Minicamp:                      May 4-6

LA CHARGERS First Day:                                  April 15

OTA Offseason Workouts:         May 20, May 22-23, May 28-30, June 3-4, June 6-7

Mandatory Minicamp:                June 11-13

Rookie Minicamp:                      May 10-12

LA RAMS First Day:                                  April 15

OTA Offseason Workouts:         May 20-21, May 23, May 28-30, June 3-6

Mandatory Minicamp:                June 11-13

Rookie Minicamp:                      May 10

MIAMI First Day:                                  April 1

Voluntary Minicamp:                  April 16-18

OTA Offseason Workouts:         May 13-14, May 16, May 20-21, May 23, May 28-29, May 31

Mandatory Minicamp:                June 4-6

Rookie Minicamp:                      May 10-12

MINNESOTA First Day:                                  April 15

OTA Offseason Workouts:         May 21-23, May 28-30, June 3-6

Mandatory Minicamp:                June 11-13

Rookie Minicamp:                      May 3-5

NEW ENGLAND First Day:                                  April 15

OTA Offseason Workouts:         May 20-21, May 23, May 29-30, June 10-11

Mandatory Minicamp:                June 4-6

Rookie Minicamp:                      May 10-12

NEW ORLEANS First Day:                                  April 22

OTA Offseason Workouts:         May 21-23, May 28-30, June 3-6

Mandatory Minicamp:                June 11-13

Rookie Minicamp:                      May 10-12

NEW YORK GIANTS First Day:                                  April 15

OTA Offseason Workouts:         May 20-21, May 23, May 28-29, May 31, June 10-13

Mandatory Minicamp:                June 4-6

Rookie Minicamp:                      May 3-5

NEW YORK JETS First Day:                                  April 8

Voluntary Minicamp:                  April 23-25

OTA Offseason Workouts:         May 21-23, May 28-30, June 10-13

Mandatory Minicamp:                June 4-6

Rookie Minicamp:                      May 10-12

OAKLAND First Day:                                  April 15

OTA Offseason Workouts:         May 21-23, May 28-30, June 3-6

Mandatory Minicamp:                June 11-13

Rookie Minicamp:                      May 3-5

PHILADELPHIA First Day:                                  April 15

OTA Offseason Workouts:         May 21-23, May 28, May 30-31, June 3-6

Mandatory Minicamp:                June 11-13

Rookie Minicamp:                      May 10-12

PITTSBURGH First Day:                                  April 15

OTA Offseason Workouts:         May 21-23, May 28-30, June 3-6

Mandatory Minicamp:                June 11-13

Rookie Minicamp:                      May 10-12

SAN FRANCISCO First Day:                                  April 15

OTA Offseason Workouts:         May 20-21, May 23, May 28-29, May 31, June 3-4, June 6

Mandatory Minicamp:                June 11-13

Rookie Minicamp:                      May 3-5

SEATTLE First Day:                                  April 15

OTA Offseason Workouts:         May 20-21, May 23, May 28-29, May 31, June 3-6

Mandatory Minicamp:                June 11-13

Rookie Minicamp:                      May 3-5

TAMPA BAY First Day:                                  April 1

Voluntary Minicamp:                  April 23-25

OTA Offseason Workouts:         May 14-16, May 21-23, May 28-31

Mandatory Minicamp:                June 4-6

Rookie Minicamp:                      May 10-12

TENNESSEE First Day:                                  April 15

OTA Offseason Workouts:         May 20-21, May 23, May 28, May 30-31, June 3-6

Mandatory Minicamp:                June 11-13

Rookie Minicamp:                      May 10-12

WASHINGTON First Day:                                  April 15

OTA Offseason Workouts:         May 20-21, May 23, May 28-30, June 10-12

Mandatory Minicamp:                June 4-6

Rookie Minicamp:                      May 10-12

 

 

Daily Almanac for Tuesday, May 7, 2019

ALMANAC WRITTEN BY & COURTESY OF www.almanac.com

 

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