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NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell yesterday indicated that the league is "taking a harder look" at moving the NFL Draft out of Radio City Music Hall after '14, and "possibly out of New York entirely," according to Gregg Rosenthal of NFL.com. Goodell said, "If we want to move the draft back into the Apr...
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