Breaking down the fifth round
With the fifth round of the 2006 NFL draft in the books, the biggest freefall continues to be Texas DT Rodrique Wright. His effort can be inconsistent, and he needs work in terms of his technique, but his size, power and athletic ability warranted second-round consideration. That's why we have to believe there are some other "alert" or "red flag" issues that we're not aware of at this point.
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