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Under wraps: Browns GM Dorsey keeping draft plans private

BEREA, Ohio (AP) — Browns general manager John Dorsey is old-school cool, from his wardrobe to keeping his plans for the upcoming NFL draft private.

He's not tipping his hand.

"You know," Dorsey said, "a man once told me: Don't show all your cards at once."

Dorsey kept things close to the vest — or in his case, a white-and-orange team sweat shirt — on Thursday during a mandatory pre-draft news conference in which he sidestepped any questions about which quarterback he's considering with the No. 1 overall pick.

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Tony Romo shoots 82, finishes last in PGA Tour debut

PUNTA CANA, Dominican Republic (AP) — Tony Romo figured his weakness would be exposed in his PGA Tour debut. They were — and then some.

The former Dallas Cowboys quarterback finished last Friday in the 132-man field in the Corales Puntacana Resort and Club Championship, bogeying the first six holes in a 10-under 82.

"I kind of have an idea of where I really need to put my time in as far as to get better and scoring," Romo said. "I'm hitting the ball fine, you just have to score."

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NFL Draft: Defensive Player Thumbnails

A look at some of the top prospects available at each position in the upcoming NFL draft (x-denotes early entrant):

DEFENSE

EDGE RUSHERS/ENDS

Position outlook: Beyond Bradley Chubb, most of the best potential pass rushers have question marks that could keep them out of the first round.

Bradley Chubb, 6-foot-4, 269 pounds, North Carolina State

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