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NFL 2017 First Round Draft Picks
1. Cleveland Browns
Garrett, Myles
DE 6'4" 272 Texas A&M
2. Chicago Bears (From 49ers)
Trubisky, Mitchell
QB 6'2" 222 North Carolina
3. San Francisco 49ers (From Bears)
Thomas, Solomon
DE 6'3" 273 Stanford
4. Jacksonville Jaguars
Fournette, Leonard
RB 6'0" 240 LSU
5. Tennessee Titans (From Rams)
Davis, Corey
WR 6'3" 209 Western Michigan
6. New York Jets
Adams, Jamal
S 6'0" 214 LSU
7. Los Angeles Chargers
Williams, Mike
WR 6'4" 218 Clemson
8. Carolina Panthers
McCaffrey, Christian
RB 5'11" 202 Stanford
9. Cincinnati Bengals
Ross, John
WR 5'11" 188 Washington
10. Kansas City Chiefs (From Bills)
Mahomes, Patrick
QB 6'2" 225 Texas Tech
11. New Orleans Saints
Lattimore, Marshon
CB 6'0" 193 Ohio St.
12. Houston Texans (From Browns through Eagles)
Watson, Deshaun
QB 6'2" 221 Clemson
13. Arizona Cardinals
Reddick, Haason
LB 6'1" 237 Temple
14. Philadelphia Eagles (From Vikings)
Barnett, Derek
DE 6'3" 259 Tennessee
15. Indianapolis Colts
Hooker, Malik
S 6'1" 206 Ohio St.
16. Baltimore Ravens
Humphrey, Marlon
CB 6'0" 197 Alabama
17. Washington Redskins
Allen, Jonathan
DE 6'3" 286 Alabama
18. Tennessee Titans
Jackson, Adoree'
CB 5'10" 186 USC
19. Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Howard, O.J.
TE 6'6" 251 Alabama
20. Denver Broncos
Bolles, Garett
OT 6'5" 297 Utah
21. Detroit Lions
Davis, Jarrad
LB 6'1" 238 Florida
22. Miami Dolphins
Harris, Charles
OLB 6'3" n253 Missouri
23. New York Giants
Engram, Evan
TE 6'3" 234 Mississippi
24. Oakland Raiders
Conley, Gareon
CB 6’0” 195 Ohio St
25. Cleveland Browns (From Texans)
Peppers, Jabrill
S 5'11" 213 Michigan
26. Atlanta Falcons (From Seahawks)
McKinley, Takkarist
DE 6'2" 250 UCLA
27. Buffalo Bills (From Chiefs)
White, Tre'Davious
CB 5'11" 192 LSU
28. Dallas Cowboys
Charlton, Taco
DE 6'6" 277 Michigan
29 .Cleveland Browns (From Packers)
Njoku, David
TE 6'4" 246 Miami
30. Pittsburgh Steelers
Watt, T.J.
OLB 6'4" 252 Wisconsin
31. San Francisco 49ers (From Seahawks through Falcons)
Foster, Reuben
LB 6'0" 229 Alabama
32. New Orleans Saints (From Patriots)
Ramczyk, Ryan
OT 6'6" 310 Wisconsin


ESPN’s 2017 Monday Night Football Schedule
Thurs, Aug. 17
Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Jacksonville Jaguars 8 PM ET
Mon, Aug. 21
New York Giants at Cleveland Browns 8 PM ET

Regular Season (8 PM ET unless indicated)
Sept. 11
New Orleans Saints at Minnesota Vikings 7 PM ET
Los Angeles Chargers at Denver Broncos 10:15 PM ET
Sept. 18
Detroit Lions at New York Giants
Sept. 25
Dallas Cowboys at Arizona Cardinals
Oct. 2
Washington Redskins at Kansas City Chiefs
Oct. 9
Minnesota Vikings at Chicago Bears
Oct. 16
Indianapolis Colts at Tennessee Titans
Oct. 23
Washington Redskins at Philadelphia Eagles
Oct. 30
Denver Broncos at Kansas City Chiefs
Nov. 6
Detroit Lions at Green Bay Packers
Nov. 13
Miami Dolphins at Carolina Panthers
Nov. 20
Atlanta Falcons at Seattle Seahawks 
Nov. 27
Houston Texans at Baltimore Ravens 
Dec. 4
Pittsburgh Steelers at Cincinnati Bengals
Dec. 11
New England Patriots at Miami Dolphins
Dec. 18
Atlanta Falcons at Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Dec. 25
Oakland Raiders at Philadelphia Eagles

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For 70,000 Fans, StadiumTray Is Carrying On A Vital Tradition At Super Bowl XLIV

StadiumTray's Sun Life Stadium concession tray sponsored by Visa for Super Bowl XLIV.January 27, 2010: The Indianapolis Colts are returning to the Super Bowl for the first time in three years, having won Super Bowl XLI. The New Orleans Saints have never been to the Super Bowl. But on Feb. 7 in Miami, the "team" making its fourth Super Bowl visit will be StadiumTray.

StadiumTray serves as important a role off the field as Peyton Manning and Drew Brees do on the field. The product from Atlanta-based Spectator Advertising Solutions features graphically enhanced cardboard containers handed out at concession stands, enabling fans to carry beer, soda, hot dogs, nachos and chips safely back to their seats. About 25,000 trays have been designed to resemble Sun Life Stadium.

The NFL handles advertising space on the product, and this year the marketing partner is Visa. The tray will also have Super Bowl XLIV, American Football Conference and National Football Conference logos.

StadiumTray is provided free by corporate sponsors to stadium concessionaires. Fans will get them gratis when they order drinks (Pepsi has the pouring rights) and food at the 40+ group-operated concession stands handled by Boston Culinary at Sun Life Stadium (not including standalone carts and vendors walking among the seats). This year, that could mean a lot of sticky eyeballs for tray advertiser Visa, as some 75,000 people will fill the Super Bowl venue. At Super Bowl XLIII in 2009, 70,704 spectators consumed about 55,000 hot dogs, 14,000 burgers, 32,400 slices of pizza and 107,000 chicken tenders at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, according to Levy Restaurants, which handled food services at the game.

StadiumTray handed out at Super Bowl XXXVIII.StadiumTray was also at Super Bowl XXXVIII with Best Buy as the NFL's partner, at Super Bowl XXXIX with  McNeil Pharmaceuticals and Flexeril and in Detroit for Super Bowl XL featuring Motorola. The company said that "personal health issues of a key executive working with the NFL" prevented them from appearing at the three subsequent Super Bowls. "But he is now back and going full speed, so we are back at the Super Bowl," said Bob Citelli, principal and founder of @Sales and Marketing, Los Gatos, Calif., which handles marketing, PR and sales strategies for StadiumTray.

"When the NFL contacted me about providing StadiumTrays for the South Florida Super Bowl, they specifically requested that we design a tray with a commemorative look and feel featuring the Visa logo," said George Poston, CEO and president of Spectator Advertising Solutions. "Upon their approval of the final artwork, the NFL Events Department said that we had exceeded their expectations."

Poston said that Ramsey Fisher, design manager for Malnove Packaging and Design Solutions, Jacksonville, Fla., "which has produced millions of StadiumTrays," suggested using a "slightly larger tray than usual, giving us a larger imprint area on StadiumTray so we could reproduce the look of the field. It was a great idea and our graphics teams really rose to the creative challenge."

For those who don't spill beer on or leave their StadiumTrays behind, they can be considered Super Bowl memorabilia. At Super Bowl XXXIX in Jacksonville, the NFL teamed with Fox to celebrate a post-game episode of The Simpsons by having a number of StadiumTrays imprinted with the face of Homer Simpson.

Although StadiumTray has not been at the NFL's big game since 2006, Citelli was quick to point out that "there have been many other major sports events and venues working with us during that time frame." Among them, StadiumTray has featured the artwork/logos of such companies as Toyota, Trump Plaza, Verizon, Samsung and UPS at events including the World Series and MLB all-star games, the NBA Finals, NCAA bowl games and Nascar races. StadiumTrays are currently used at  Philips Arena, Amway Arena, Wachovia Center, Pepsi Center, American Airlines Arena, St. Pete Times Forum Arena and many sports and entertainment venues.

But being back at the Super Bowl falls into a creative category all its own. "This year we wanted something really unique for Super Bowl XLIV and I believe we have achieved that objective," said Poston.

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