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Calais Campbell joins 'NFL AM'; Super Bowl predictions

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Get a head start on this weekend's football talk with "NFL AM" at 6 a.m. ET. Today, Arizona Cardinals defensive tackle Calais Campbell joins us in studio to talk about his team's prospects in the brutal NFC West. Plus, 2013 NFL Draft prospects Jonathan Cyprien and Zac Dysert, more reaction to Thursday's release of the 2013 NFL schedule, and all the latest NFL news.

Jeremiah: Top 50 draft prospects
How do the best players in the 2013 draft stack up against each other? Daniel Jeremiah presents his definitive top 50. More ...

Here's what else is on tap for Friday:

» Our experts examine the schedule and made their Super Bowl XLVIII predictions.

» Jeff Darlington says it's Super Bowl or bust for the Denver Broncos in 2013.

» With less than a week to go before the 2013 NFL Draft, NFL Network draft expert Mike Mayock regaled national media with his annual pre-draft conference call on Thursday. Among Mayock's surprises was the elevation of D.J. Hayden over Dee Milliner as the top-ranked cornerback.

» NFL.com writers are revealing their choices for the best and worst picks of all time for each of the 32 teams (readers get to determine their choices as well). Today we'll look at the Seattle Seahawks and the Green Bay Packers.

» On the heels of his most overrated and most underrated draft prospects list, Charley Casserly offers his Mock Draft 3.0.

Harrison: 2010 NFL Draft Do-Over
How would the 2010 draft look if it happened today, with the benefit of hindsight? Elliot Harrison reshuffles the first round. More ...

» Bucky Brooks gets ahead of the game and takes a look at the draft's Day 2, with five guys to target in that range.

» NFL Evolution.com reports that the Philadelphia Eagles and the city of Philadelphia will host a global sports summit this fall.

» NFL Network soon will unveil its Top 100 players of 2013, as voted on by the players. In the meantime, have your say with Fan's Choice voting.

» Happy birthday to Pittsburgh Steelers safety Troy Polamalu, who turns 32 on Friday.

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