Constructing NFL's All-Youth Version of the Oklahoma City Thunder

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Constructing NFL's All-Youth Version of the Oklahoma City Thunder
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The 2012 NFL season is less than three months away, with NFL training camps beginning at the end of July, and you have the opportunity to assemble the ultimate NFL fantasy team—only this team is real.

Imagine for a moment that you are the general manager of a brand new NFL franchise, the Los Angeles Earthquakes, and you are tasked with building your football team from scratch.

You are allowed to pick and choose your starters from among the existing 32 NFL teams, and there are no restrictions on free agents or contracted players.

The only stipulation is that none of your players can be older than 25 before training camp begins.

Your goal is to select young and talented players who will develop into a team that will compete for championships for the next decade.

Your goal is to create the NFL's version of the Oklahoma City Thunder, not the Miami Heat.

This is the team you will assemble ahead of training camp for the 2012 NFL season.

Now it is time to get to work.

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