RB should be popular choice in draft
In part because of the focus last season on physical play in the secondary, a reemphasis of the illegal contact rule that increased penalties in that category by a staggering 141 percent over 2003, it's a great time to be a running back.
At least, that is, if you're one of the several top tailback prospects in this year's NFL draft.
Say what? How do runners benefit from tighter enforcement of a rule that forbids defenders from mugging receivers more than five yards downfield?
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