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All the first-round OTs are gone

The four consensus first-round offensive lineman are off the board in the NFL draft.

It started, as expected, with Greg Robinson going to the St. Louis Rams with the No. 2 overall pick.

Then there was a lull until the Falcons, at No. 6, but they did the right thing and got Texas A&M's Jake Matthews to protect quarterback Matt Ryan.

The Titans, who picked guard Chance Warmack last year in the first round, are turning their offensive line into a strength as they selected Michigan's Taylor Lewan, a Jake Long clone, with the No. 11 pick. The Dolphins did not try to get up to the pick.

The Giants passed on the tackle Zack Martin to take receiver Odell Beckham Jr. But a few picks later the Dallas Cowboys, keeping twitter in business on the Internet, passed on Johnny Manziel and took ...

Zack Martin.

It's time to trade down, folks.

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