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Duke Riley was selected by the Atlanta Falcons in the 3rd round of the 2017 NFL Draft. He was the 11th pick of the round (75th overall).

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Debo and Duke for the falcons.
Reply7 months
Duke will do well in the ATL
Reply7 months
The Saints get what they deserve for passing on quality Tiger players. I'm biased, of course. But look at the other teams selecting LSU players. Atlanta, Carolina, Tampa Bay, Seattle, etc. All of these teams have won or been to multiple Super Bowls. The Saints clearly have no intention of ever drafting from LSU and they will continue to suck hind tit as a result of it. Good luck to all 6 Tiger draftees, as well as the impending free agents!
Reply7 months
Didn't Riley get picked one spot before the Saints got another LB? Not saying they would have picked him, but…
7 months
Do you realize that the Saints could not just jump in front of the falcons to pick Duke Riley. I am a big LSU fan and would have loved to see a couple of LSU players drafted by the Saints, but the way the draft went it just did not happen.
7 months
So what you are dating is that the Lsu players are the only ones in the draft worth a crap?
7 months
Will be one to watch...
Reply7 months
Crap. Now the Saints have to play against him. He will be beast. It sucks to have to support any dirty birds, and he is not alone.
Reply8 months
Debo and Duke gonna be nasty
Reply8 months
LSU players are good enough for the division winning Falcons, but the Saints, not so much.
Reply8 months
Falcons about to sweep us again
Reply8 months
Damn. The dirties got 2 of our boys. Congrats to him though.
Reply8 months
3 don't the still have Jalen Collins?
8 months
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