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Focus of NFL now shifting toward scouting combine, draft

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Get a head start on this weekend's football talk with "NFL AM" beginning at 6 a.m. ET on NFL Network. And later today, loquacious Baltimore Ravens Terrell Suggs and Jacoby Jones join the "Total Access Live" crew at 7 p.m. ET.

Brandt: How the draft has evolved
Before the bright lights of NYC, the draft featured old magazines and rolls of quarters. Gil Brandt reminisces. More ...

Here's what else is on tap for Friday:

» Gregg Williams is back in the NFL, as a senior defensive assistant for the Tennessee Titans, and he spoke to the media Thursday about his involvement in the Saints bounty scandal.

» With the Super Bowl in the books, it's time to look forward to the 2013 NFL Scouting Combine in two weeks. The list of 333 players invited to attend this year's event has been released, and Josh Norris has an additional 11 prospects he's tagged as combine snubs.

» Former NFL scout Daniel Jeremiah reveals his latest Mock Draft.

» Bucky Brooks looks at top prospect Luke Joeckel's best NFL fits.

» Before the bright lights of Radio City Music Hall, the draft used to feature old magazines and rolls of quarters. Gil Brandt takes us on a trip down memory lane and shares tales from past drafts.

Rapoport: 13 storylines for 2013
Yes, the 2012 campaign is over. But no need to fret, football fans. Ian Rapoport provides 13 juicy subplots to follow in 2013. More ...

» NFL Evolution reports that Indianapolis Colts linebacker Dwight Freeney appeared on NFL Network on Thursday to talk about his point of view on the league's rules on hitting.

» Adam Schein explains why linebacker Daryl Washington and the Arizona Cardinals will be the surprise playoff team of 2013.

» Albert Breer looks at the tall task the Baltimore Ravens face in trying to repeat with cap troubles bearing down.

» Who will win the NFL Scouting Combine, go first in the draft and when will RG3 return? Our Adam Rank offers up some bold predictions for the NFL offseason.

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