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Top NFL Draft Pick Doesn't Want to Go to San Diego

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Top NFL Draft Pick Doesn't Want to Go to San Diego

Top NFL Draft Pick Doesn't Want to Go to San Diego

Top NFL Draft Pick Doesn't Want to Go to San Diego

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NPR's Robert Siegel discusses Saturday's NFL draft Wall Street Journal sports writer Stefan Fatsis. The prospective first pick, quarterback Eli Manning, has indicated he does not want to be drafted by the San Diego Chargers, the team with the first pick in the draft. In football, top draft picks have more leverage with pro teams vying for their services than do draft picks in other sports.

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