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Jeremy Bloom, ruled ineligible to play football during his final two seasons at Colorado, was drafted in the fifth round by Philly.
NEW YORK -- Unlike most players who slip down the slope of the second day of the NFL draft, no one enjoyed the ride more than Jeremy Bloom. He's finally made the NFL as a fifth-round choice of the Philadelphia Eagles.
"My emotions are going right now," Bloom said Sunday. "I had no idea where I was going. This is an emotional moment."
Bloom missed the past two football seasons at Colorado after the NCAA ruled he couldn't accept endorsements to ski and still maintain ...
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2006 draft coverage
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