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Given the potential timeframe for ongoing legal maneuvers, former Ohio State tailback Maurice Clarett almost certainly will be included in the 2004 NFL draft pool, NFL executive vice president and chief in-house counsel Jeff Pash acknowledged Thursday afternoon.

Updated: February 6, 2004, 12:16 PM ET
By Len Pasquarelli | ESPN.com

Given the potential time frame for ongoing legal maneuvers, former Ohio State tailback Maurice Clarett almost certainly will be included in the 2004 NFL draft pool, NFL executive vice president and chief in-house counsel Jeff Pash acknowledged Thursday afternoon.

And he could potentially be joined by dozens of other underclass players who might feel they are ready for the leap from the college game to the NFL.

About the only way to preclude Clarett from being eligible, Pash explained, ...

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