With 2007 and 2008 in the books, we turn our attention to the 2009 NFL Draft in our do-overs series. This time, Jason Smith looks back at a class that featured Matthew Stafford, LeSean McCoy and Clay Matthews, among others. One notable omission, though, was Arian Foster, which tells you all you need to know about why some consider 2009 one of the worst drafts ever. So check back later today to find out who ends up where in Smith's do-over.
Here's what else is on tap for Wednesday:
• The latest development in the New Orleans Saints' "bounty" scandal is that Bill Parcells has told the team he has no interesting in coaching next season, according to NFL Network insider Jason La Canfora. And as if that wasn't enough for the Saints to worry about, there's the issue of getting a longterm deal done with quarterback Drew Brees, who addressed the issue Tuesday -- well, sort of.
• The law of averages says at least six trades will be made during the first round of the NFL draft. So, with that in mind, Chad Reuter examines the possibilities.
• You can keep up with all of our mock drafts by checking out mock draft central. Speaking of, check back later today for a piece from Charley Casserly, who discusses the influence of mock drafts when he worked as an NFL executive for 24 years.
• Find out who team beat writers believe will be drafted in the first 16 picks, as our "On the Beat" mock draft continues.
• Find out how you can enter the "Step In Rich's Shoes" contest and appear on a future episode of The Rich Eisen Podcast.
• Always dreamed of watching the NFL draft in person? Enter now to win a trip to the 2012 Draft, where you could announce a pick live at Radio City Music Hall.
• Five playoff games from the 2011 season are up for a vote by fans. Select your favorite, then see if it airs April 14 on NFL Network.
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