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Former LSU defensive back Tyrann Mathieu was drafted by the Arizona Cardinals as the 69th overall pick in the third round of the 2013 NFL Draft.

Bucky Brooks with the NFL Network believes that Mathieu would be the No. 4th overall pick by the Philadelphia Eagles in a 2013 NFL "Draft do-over". He is what he had to say:
quote:

4. Philadelphia Eagles
Pick: Lane Johnson
Do-over: Tyrann Mathieu
Comment: The "Honey Badger" is a playmaking machine ideally suited to play in a multiple defense as a safety-nickel back. Mathieu's knack for creating turnovers would make him a Chip Kelly favorite in a draft do-over.
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We've run out of LSU news.
Reply35 months
He would be part of a different "bird gang"
Reply35 months
He would be part of a different "bird gang"
Reply35 months
what kind of dumb shite is this?
Reply35 months
Honey Badger don't care
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