2011 NFL Mock Draft: Matt Miller's Full 7-Round Mock Draft

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2011 NFL Mock Draft: Matt Miller's Full 7-Round Mock Draft
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Why would anyone set out to write a seven-round mock draft in early March?

This is a very good question.

What started as a simple one-round mock draft turned into two rounds, then three. Before looking up, I had four rounds typed out. At this point, I figured we might as well finish the thing.

And so here we are, six weeks before the NFL Draft with a full seven-round mock draft for your enjoyment.

When writing this mock, we did not take into account the potential of free-agent signings, only looking at team needs in areas needing improvement and also replacing potential free agents if and when players are able to move around.

Another thing to consider is that without a new collective bargaining agreement, NFL teams will not be able to sign undrafted free agents. This caused many teams in our mock draft to reach in filling needs in the fourth-through-seventh rounds.

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