2018 NFL Mock Draft: Predictions for 1st-Round Prospects After Wild Card Round
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While more and more of the top stars are bowing out in order to prepare for the next steps in their careers, the college football bowl season is often a last chance for players to impress scouts and talent evaluators on the field before the NFL draft.

Bradley Chubb, Josh Rosen and Denzel Ward were among the notable players absent in their teams' final games of the season. While a concussion ruled Rosen out, Ward and Chubb voluntarily benched themselves to avoid a possible injury.

Their decisions...

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