We are almost there, folks! The 2022 NFL Draft is less than a month away, and everyone is excited. The offseason has been one fireworks show after another with all the blockbuster trades. After all the moves this offseason, there are seven teams with multiple first-round picks this year. Now that the majority of the free agency moves have occurred, teams can zero in on their needs heading into the draft. With that in mind, let’s get rolling with my second mock draft of the year. This mock draft will be a two-rounder with nine hypothetical trades!
1) Jacksonville Jaguars – Aidan Hutchinson (EDGE – Michigan)
Hutchinson is the heavy favorite to go first overall. After the Jaguars placed the franchise tag on Cam Robinson, they signed Brandon Scherff in free agency. While the Jaguars could still address the offensive line later in the draft, they can’t pass up on the chance to pair Josh Allen with Hutchinson.
2) Detroit Lions – Travon Walker (EDGE – Georgia)
The Lions would love to pick Hutchinson. Some believe they have started rumors that they will take Malik Willis with this pick. The hope is that another team will trade up to first overall, thus pushing Hutchinson right into their lap. However, Walker is an excellent second option. He was getting top-10 hype before his outstanding combine performance. At this point, Walker is a lock to go in the top five picks.
3) Houston Texans – Kayvon Thibodeaux (EDGE – Oregon)
Some might have concerns with Thibodeaux’s motor or desire for competition. However, the raw tools are there. Thibodeaux was viewed by many as the top pick in the draft a few months ago. New head coach Lovie Smith is a defensive-minded guy and would love to make Thibodeaux the centerpiece of his rebuilding defense.
4) New York Jets – Ikem Ekwonu (OL – North Carolina State)
Jets general manager Joe Douglas recently said Mekhi Becton would be a starter next season. However, that shouldn’t stop the Jets from adding offensive line help early in the draft. Becton played one game last year because of injuries, while George Fant is entering the final year of his deal. Ekwonu can play guard or tackle, giving the Jets options on the offensive line.
5) New York Giants – Evan Neal (OT – Alabama)
The Giants have repeatedly stated that Daniel Jones hasn’t been given a fair shot at succeeding. They made some additions to the offensive line in free agency, yet they still have a massive hole at right tackle. If the Giants are serious about helping out Jones, they have to address that spot early in the draft. A few weeks ago, Neal was the likely first overall pick, and he is one of the safest prospects in the draft this year.
6) Carolina Panthers – Malik Willis (QB – Liberty)
Over the past month, the Panthers have been very active in attending the pro days of the top quarterback prospects. All signs point to them taking a quarterback with their first-round pick. I think it’s a mistake and that the Panthers should take an offensive tackle with this selection. However, the Panthers don’t care what I think. Willis has the most upside of any quarterback in the draft. Hopefully he gets a chance to develop that talent in Carolina.
7) New York Giants (via Chicago) – Jermaine Johnson (EDGE – Florida State)
After grabbing Neal, the Giants need to focus on the defense. Last year, Azeez Ojulari was the only member on the team with more than seven sacks. The Giants have to get more consistent pressure on opposing quarterbacks if they want to win the NFC East. Johnson had 11.5 sacks in his lone season at Florida State and has been a constant riser up draft boards all offseason long.
*** TRADE ALERT ***
New York Jets receive pick 8. Atlanta Falcons receive picks 10, 111, 117.
8) New York Jets (via Falcons) – Ahmad Gardner (CB – Cincinnati)
If the Jets don’t take an offensive lineman or edge rusher with their first pick, they will take Gardner. With him sliding a tad, the Jets move up two spots to secure him. The Seattle Seahawks could easily take Gardner with the ninth pick. At the cost of a pair of fourth-round picks, the Jets jump the Seahawks and secure Gardner.
9) Seattle Seahawks (via Denver) – Charles Cross (OT – Mississippi State)
After trading away Russell Wilson, the Seahawks could go in several directions with this pick. However, both their starting offensive tackles from last season are still free agents, and the Seahawks need to get younger at the position. Cross is already an elite pass protector. While his run blocking needs some work, he would be Seattle’s best offensive lineman as a rookie.
10) Atlanta Falcons (via Jets, Seattle) – Garrett Wilson (WR – Ohio State)
Like the Seahawks, the Falcons can go in multiple directions with their first-round pick. Quarterback isn’t out of the question with this selection, but it’s unlikely. Instead, the Falcons have to give Marcus Mariota, or whoever is playing quarterback, some weapons. Given the current wide receivers on the team, Kyle Pitts will be triple-teamed on every play. Adding Wilson will give the Falcons two cornerstone pieces in the passing game for the next decade.
11) Washington Commanders – Kyle Hamilton (S – Notre Dame)
A few weeks ago, Hamilton seemed like a top-five lock. However, between the moves made in free agency and his slow 40-time, Hamilton could slide on draft night. While that is far from a lock, the Commanders will run the card up to the podium if Hamilton is still on the board when they go on the clock.
12) Minnesota Vikings – Derek Stingley Jr. (CB – LSU)
The Vikings had two massive holes on their defense before free agency. They filled the one at edge rusher after they signed Za’Darius Smith. However, the cornerback spot still needs to be filled. Even after the Vikings add Chandon Sullivan, they still need help on the outside. While Stingley has medical concerns, he was arguably the best cornerback in college football his freshman year at LSU.
*** TRADE ALERT ***
Pittsburgh Steelers receive pick 13. Houston Texans receive picks 20, 52.
13) Pittsburgh Steelers (via Texans, Cleveland) – Kenny Pickett (QB – Pittsburgh)
Mitchell Trubisky isn’t the long-term answer for the Steelers. The contract they signed him to suggests he is a bridge quarterback and not the guaranteed starter. While the Steelers reportedly love Willis, moving up into the top five isn’t an option. However, if Pickett starts to slide, expect the Steelers to move up for him.
14) Baltimore Ravens – Jordan Davis (DL – Georgia)
The Ravens have been mostly quiet during free agency, and it shows on their defensive line. Davis had a historic combine performance and has shot up draft boards. In a division with Nick Chubb, Kareem Hunt, Najee Harris, and Joe Mixon, the Ravens better be able to stop the run.
15) Philadelphia Eagles (via Miami) – Drake London (WR – USC)
After a pair of trades from last year, the Eagles are the only team with three first-round picks this year. With one of those picks, they have to add a wide receiver. DeVonta Smith was a slam dunk from a year ago, but Jalen Reagor has been awful. London is a physical outside receiver who will pair up perfectly with Smith.
16) Philadelphia Eagles (via Indianapolis) – Zion Johnson (iOL – Boston College)
Almost every year, the Eagles use an early-round pick on the offensive or defensive line. While Jason Kelce will return next season, he considered retirement this offseason. Johnson would push Isaac Seumalo at right guard as a rookie before possibly taking over for Kelce at center in 2023.
17) Los Angeles Chargers – Trevor Penning (OT – Northern Iowa)
No team has been as aggressive this offseason as the Chargers. They added several new starters on defense, including Khalil Mack and Sebastian Joseph-Day. Offensively, they re-signed Mike Williams but haven’t addressed the right side of the offensive line. After his impressive performance at the Senior Bowl and the combine, Penning is a lock to go in the top 20 picks.
18) New Orleans Saints – Devin Lloyd (LB – Utah)
The Saints could go in several directions with this pick. Most mock drafts have them selecting either a quarterback or wide receiver. However, they could very well grab a defensive player. New head coach Dennis Allen was the defensive coordinator and might push for a defensive player in the first round. Furthermore, the Saints could use some help at linebacker, and Lloyd is a do-it-all star in the making.
19) Philadelphia Eagles – Andrew Booth Jr. (CB – Clemson)
After using their first two picks on the offensive side of the ball, the Eagles add some defensive help here. Darius Slay is one of the better cornerbacks in the NFL, while Avonte Maddox is locked up long-term. However, Steven Nelson is still a free agent, and the Eagles could use depth at the position even if he returns.
*** TRADE ALERT ***
Kansas City Chiefs receive pick 20. Houston Texans receive picks 30, 62.
20) Kansas City Chiefs (via Texans, Steelers) – Jameson Williams (WR – Alabama)
Even after signing JuJu Smith-Schuster and Marquez Valdes-Scantling in free agency, the Chiefs still need help at wide receiver after trading away Tyreek Hill. With several WR-needy teams coming up in the next few selections, the Chiefs move up to secure Williams. If not for the torn ACL he suffered in the National Championship game, Williams would have been a top-10 pick.
21) New England Patriots – George Karlaftis (EDGE – Purdue)
When J.C. Jackson signed with the Chargers in free agency, it made cornerback the top need for the Patriots. Even if they add a veteran or two before the draft, expect the Patriots to use an early pick on a cornerback. That said, they won’t force a pick because of a need. Karlaftis doesn’t have the same upside as some of the edge rushers in the draft class. However, he has the safest floor, which is something the Patriots value.
22) Green Bay Packers (via Las Vegas) – Chris Olave (WR – Ohio State)
If you’ve been living under a rock the past month, the Packers traded Davante Adams to the Raiders. Thus, they have a massive hole at wide receiver. Even if they add a veteran leading up to the draft, the Packers will likely use one of their two first-round picks on a wide receiver. Olave has been linked to the Packers lately. He would be a terrific addition for Aaron Rodgers.
*** TRADE ALERT ***
New York Giants receive pick 23. Arizona Cardinals receive picks 36, 67, 182.
23) New York Giants (via Cardinals) – Tyler Linderbaum (iOL – Iowa)
Linderbaum is one of the more polarizing prospects in the draft this year. Some love him, while others don’t have a first-round grade on him. Furthermore, there aren’t many teams who need a day one starter at center. However, the Giants could consider Linderbaum at pick seven, so to trade a pair of mid-round picks to move up for Linderbaum is an easy call to make.
24) Dallas Cowboys – Tyler Smith (OT – Tulsa)
Because of their poor salary cap situation, the Cowboys released starting right tackle La’el Collins. They also lost starting guard Connor Williams in free agency. While they have a replacement on the roster for Williams, they don’t have one for Collins. Smith is one of the younger prospects in the draft, but he also has one of the highest ceilings. While he hasn’t gotten much national attention, don’t be surprised when Smith is a first-round pick.
25) Buffalo Bills – Trent McDuffie (CB – Washington)
The Bills could target a wide receiver with this pick, but they have a hole on defense that takes priority. Levi Wallace signed with the Steelers this offseason, leaving the Bills with an open competition for the starting cornerback spot opposite Tre’Davious White. Furthermore, with White coming off a torn ACL, the Bills need someone who can fill in until he’s healthy.
26) Tennessee Titans – Bernhard Raimann (OT – Central Michigan)
Quietly, the Titans have addressed most of their issues in the offseason. They replaced Julio Jones with Robert Woods, re-signed Harold Landry, and added Austin Hooper at tight end. However, they have a hole at right tackle that hasn’t gotten fixed in years. Adding Raimann would give the Titans one of the better offensive lines in the NFL.
27) Tampa Bay Buccaneers – Devonte Wyatt (DL – Georgia)
It’s amazing what one player coming out of retirement can do for a franchise. Before Tom Brady announced he was playing in 2022, the Buccaneers were projected to lose several free agents. Instead, they managed to keep most of their team from last season. However, the defensive line needs help. Whether or not the Buccaneers re-sign Ndamukong Suh, Wyatt would be a great addition in Tampa Bay.
28) Green Bay Packers – Boye Mafe (EDGE – Minnesota)
Last year, the Packers had an excellent trio of edge rushers. However, they are now down to two because of salary cap reasons. Mafe is a likely first-round pick after the athletic numbers he has put up during the pre-draft process. The Packers value depth at edge rusher. They spent a first-round pick on Rashan Gary in 2019 despite recently signing the Smith brothers in free agency.
29) Kansas City Chiefs (via Miami, San Francisco) – Kaiir Elam (CB – Florida)
Even after trading up for Williams, the Chiefs have another first-round pick at their disposal. There are several directions the Chiefs can go with this pick, but cornerback is the most important. The AFC West has turned into a shootout division with all the moves made this offseason. Kansas City can’t have enough good cornerbacks.
30) Houston Texans (via Chiefs) – Nakobe Dean (LB – Georgia)
After trading back twice, the Texans added a pair of second-round picks and still land an impact player. The Texans need help at every position outside of left tackle. With the third pick, they added a high-upside edge rusher. Here, they follow that move with Dean, who could turn into one of the better players in this draft class.
*** TRADE ALERT ***
Atlanta Falcons receive pick 31. Cincinnati Bengals receive picks 43, 74.
31) Atlanta Falcons (via Bengals) – Matt Corral (QB – Ole Miss)
While it’s unlikely the Falcons spend their top-10 pick on a quarterback, don’t rule out a trade back into the first round for one. After trading away Matt Ryan, the Falcons signed Marcus Mariota to take over as the starter. However, Mariota isn’t the long-term replacement for Ryan. While he didn’t do much during the pre-draft process because of an ankle injury, Corral is a likely first-round pick.
32) Detroit Lions (via Los Angeles) – Treylon Burks (WR – Arkansas)
Burks had a shot at being the first wide receiver off the board a few weeks ago. However, a subpar pre-draft process has knocked him down into the late first round. Despite adding DJ Chark in free agency, the Lions don’t have a No. 1-caliber wide receiver on the roster. While the Lions could take a quarterback with this pick, Burks is too good to pass up.
*** TRADE ALERT ***
Seattle Seahawks receive picks 33, 235. Jacksonville Jaguars receive picks 40, 109, 152.
33) Seattle Seahawks (via Jaguars) – Desmond Ridder (QB – Cincinnati)
In the 19 or so hours between the end of the first round and the start of the second, teams address their needs and possible trade options. The Seahawks have been linked to Ridder in the second round. At the cost of a few mid-round picks, the Seahawks move ahead of the Lions and any other possible quarterback-needy teams to secure Ridder.
34) Detroit Lions – Kyler Gordon (CB – Washington)
With Ridder off the board, the Lions turn their to the defense. Former first-round pick Jeff Okudah has struggled to stay healthy so far in his career. Some depth at cornerback is needed in a division with Rodgers still around and Justin Fields developing.
35) New York Jets – George Pickens (WR – Georgia)
If the Jets don’t use one of their top-10 picks on a wide receiver, expect them to use at least one of their two second-rounders on the position. Elijah Moore was becoming a star before he suffered an injury late last season. While Corey Davis is solid, the Jets need to give Zach Wilson another weapon on the outside.
36) Arizona Cardinals (via Giants) – Jahan Dotson (WR – Penn State)
Even after sliding back 13 spots, the Cardinals still land a starting-caliber wide receiver while adding a pair of mid-round picks. After losing Christian Kirk in free agency, the Cardinals need to add another wide receiver, even if they add a veteran before the draft.
37) Houston Texans – Daxton Hill (S – Michigan)
Three picks into the mock draft, and the Texans have used all of them on defense. Houston lost starting safety Justin Reid in free agency, leaving a hole at the position. While they have some veterans capable of starting, Hill would be a massive upgrade. His versatility to play safety and slot cornerback will give the Texans options in the secondary.
38) New York Jets (via Carolina) – David Ojabo (EDGE – Michigan)
Unfortunately, Ojabo suffered a torn Achilles during Michigan’s pro day. He will likely fall out of the first round because of the injury, but not much further. A few years ago, Jaylon Smith was an early second-round pick despite suffering a horrific knee injury in his final game at Notre Dame. Despite the injury, Ojabo should be an early second-round pick.
39) Chicago Bears – Christian Watson (WR – North Dakota State)
While the Bears don’t have their first-round pick because of the Fields trade from a year ago, they have two top-50 picks. After losing Allen Robinson in free agency, the Bears have a massive hole at wide receiver opposite Darnell Mooney. Watson would be a perfect fit.
40) Jacksonville Jaguars (via Seahawks, Denver) – Lewis Cine (S – Georgia)
The Jaguars could target a wide receiver with this pick. However, after all of the additions in free agency, they aren’t forced into picking a wide receiver here. Instead, they can focus on the best player available. While he hasn’t gotten the national media attention as some safeties in this draft class, Cine is likely a top-50 pick.
41) Seattle Seahawks – Tariq Woolen (CB – UTSA)
When the Seahawks won the Super Bowl, they had big, long cornerbacks. Like Richard Sherman, Woolen is a 6’3″ cornerback who used to play wide receiver. Furthermore, the Seahawks lost D.J. Reed in free agency. While they added a few veterans, that won’t stop them from adding a cornerback early in the draft.
*** TRADE ALERT ***
Green Bay Packers receive pick 42. Indianapolis Colts receive picks 53, 92.
42) Green Bay Packers (via Colts, Washington) – Abraham Lucas (OT – Washington State)
With four selections in the top-60 picks, expect the Packers to be aggressive on draft night. They have a hole at right tackle after releasing Billy Turner. Lucas doesn’t have the upside of the first-round offensive tackles. However, he is a plug-and-play right tackle as a rookie.
43) Cincinnati Bengals (via Falcons) – Trey McBride (TE – Colorado State)
A month ago, the Bengals would have needed to use most of their draft picks on the offensive line. After signing three new starters, they can address other positions. C.J. Uzomah signed with the Jets in free agency, and the Bengals then signed Hayden Hurst. However, that won’t stop the Bengals from adding the best tight end in the draft class after trading back.
44) Cleveland Browns – Skyy Moore (WR – Western Michigan)
After trading away the farm to land Deshaun Watson, the Browns will lean on the passing game more next season. However, they have to add weapons. They traded for Amari Cooper a few weeks ago, but that’s not enough. Moore had a productive pre-draft process and could sneak into the late first round.
45) Baltimore Ravens – Arnold Ebiketie (EDGE – Penn State)
The Ravens spent one of their first-round picks last year on Odafe Oweh. However, Baltimore averaged less than two sacks per game in 2021. With Joe Burrow and now Watson in the division, rushing the passer is more important than ever for the Ravens.
46) Minnesota Vikings – Perrion Winfrey (DL – Oklahoma)
On paper, the Vikings don’t have many holes, but their overall depth could use improvement. With their switch to a 3-4 defense, the Vikings need new defensive linemen who fit the scheme. Winfrey had 5.5 sacks in his final year at Oklahoma. After his performance at the combine, he is a lock to go in the first 50 picks.
47) Washington Commanders (via Indianapolis) – Kenyon Green (iOL – Texas A&M)
Green was a sure-fire first-round pick during the college football season. However, his stock has slowly slipped over the past few months. Then, his pro day was borderline awful. He ran a terrible short shuttle time at 5.12 seconds. That number will knock him down and even off some team’s draft boards. But Washington has a hole at right guard, and Green would be a solid option despite the poor workout performance.
48) Chicago Bears (via Los Angeles) – Drake Jackson (EDGE – USC)
This pick is the first of two the Bears got from the Chargers in the Mack deal. With the Bears getting younger on defense, it made sense to trade away Mack. However, it created a hole at edge rusher. While he doesn’t have the same upside as some of the edge rushers in the draft class, Jackson can start as a rookie.
*** TRADE ALERT ***
Dallas Cowboys receive pick 49. New Orleans Saints receive picks 56, 129, 155.
49) Dallas Cowboys (via Saints) – Myjai Sanders (EDGE – Cincinnati)
The Cowboys could give Micah Parsons more snaps at defensive end this year, but after losing Randy Gregory in free agency, they need to add an edge rusher in free agency. Having seen two edge rushers go in the past four picks, Dallas trades up ahead of a handful of edge-needy teams to secure Sanders.
50) Kansas City Chiefs (via Miami) – Jalen Pitre (S – Baylor)
After deciding not to re-sign Tyrann Mathieu, the Chiefs added Reid from the Texans. But safety is still a need for Kansas City. Daniel Sorensen signed with the Saints, while Juan Thornhill is entering the final year of his rookie deal. Some have compared Pitre to Mathieu, so it’s only fitting he lands in Kansas City.
51) Philadelphia Eagles – Leo Chenal (LB – Wisconsin)
Philadelphia has ignored the linebacker position in the draft for years. While they didn’t take one in the first round, the Eagles land a starter in the second round. Even after signing Haason Reddick and Kyzir White in free agency, the Eagles need to add another linebacker.
52) Houston Texans (via Steelers) – Breece Hall (RB – Iowa State)
Whether it’s Rex Burkhead, Royce Freeman, or any free agent they add, expect the Texans to add a running back on day two. Hall is the unanimous No. 1 running back in the draft class and a possible first-round pick. The best thing the Texans can do for Davis Mills is to provide him with a reliable running game.
53) Indianapolis Colts (via Packers, Las Vegas) – Daniel Faalele (OT – Minnesota)
While he isn’t ready to start Week 1, Faalele has plenty of upside. The Colts have done an excellent job developing offensive linemen recently. Indianapolis will likely add a veteran as a stop-gap option at some point. However, the Colts need to find their next franchise left tackle.
54) New England Patriots – Roger McCreary (CB – Auburn)
The Patriots passed on a cornerback in the first round, opting not to reach for one. That decision pays off in the second round. Without Jackson, the Patriots lack a proven cornerback. Expect them to add a veteran at some point. However, McCreary gives them a similar-sized cornerback to Jackson for the future.
55) Arizona Cardinals – Martin Emerson (CB – Mississippi State)
Last year, the Cardinals got a steal with Marco Wilson in the fourth round. However, their depth at cornerback is thin, and Byron Murphy is entering the final year of his rookie contract. In a division full of superstar wide receivers, the Cardinals need to add a cornerback or two in the draft.
56) New Orleans Saints (via Cowboys) – Alec Pierce (WR – Cincinnati)
Even after trading back with the Cowboys, the Saints still land an impact wide receiver. Despite re-signing Tre’Quan Smith, the Saints need an upgrade opposite Michael Thomas. Pierce has slowly improved his draft stock over the past month or so. At this point, he likely won’t make it out of the second round.
*** TRADE ALERT ***
Seattle Seahawks receive picks 57, 130, 2023 third. Buffalo Bills receive Tyler Lockett, pick 153.
57) Seattle Seahawks (via Bills) – Sean Rhyan (OL – UCLA)
Reportedly, the Seahawks are unlikely to trade D.K. Metcalf. The same can’t be said for Lockett, as the veteran receiver has a trade-friendly contract. Given the trade value on wide receivers this offseason, the Seahawks would be foolish not to explore a deal. Meanwhile, the Bills could use a veteran wide receiver to pair with Stefon Diggs. With the pick, the Seahawks continue to rebuild their offensive line with Rhyan, who can start at guard or right tackle.
58) Atlanta Falcons (via Tennessee) – Kenneth Walker (RB – Michigan State)
Yes, the Falcons recently re-signed Cordarrelle Patterson to a two-year deal. However, the Falcons can get out of the contract next offseason. Patterson wore down towards the end of the year. The one knock on Walker is the lack of receiving work in college. Pairing Walker with Patterson would give the Falcons a balanced and dynamic rushing attack.
59) Green Bay Packers – Isaiah Likely (TE – Coastal Carolina)
While the Packers could easily draft a second wide receiver with this pick, they can find a starter in the fourth or fifth round. Furthermore, Robert Tonyan is coming off a torn ACL and is under contract for only one season. Likely would give the Packers options in the passing game. The Packers need to add pass-catching weapons and it doesn’t matter what position is listed next to their name.
60) Tampa Bay Buccaneers – Darian Kinnard (iOL – Kentucky)
The Buccaneers lost both starting guards from last year’s team. They filled one of those spots by trading for Shaq Mason. The other spot would be perfect for Kinnard. His ability to play multiple spots will give the Buccaneers options if the offensive line is hit with injuries.
61) San Francisco 49ers – Jaquan Brisker (S – Penn State)
Thanks to the Trey Lance deal, the 49ers won’t have a first-round pick and will wait a while to make their first selection. Brisker falling into their lap would be a dream scenario. Jaquiski Tartt is still a free agent, and even if he re-signs, the 49ers need some youth at safety.
62) Houston Texans (via Chiefs) – Kyle Philips (WR – UCLA)
After using their first three picks on defense, the Texans go with back-to-back weapons for Mills. Brandin Cooks is one of the more underrated wide receivers in the NFL, and they have high hopes for last year’s third-round pick Nico Collins. However, the depth behind those two is thin, especially in the slot. Philips’ draft stock has risen the past few weeks, and he could sneak into the late second round after some have compared him to Hunter Renfrow.
63) Cincinnati Bengals – Jamaree Salyer (iOL – Georgia)
Even though the Bengals added three new starting offensive linemen in free agency, that shouldn’t stop them from adding another one or two in the draft. The weak spot on the offensive line is at left guard with Jackson Carman. While the Bengals haven’t given up on Carman, bringing in competition and depth is critical.
64) Denver Broncos (via Los Angeles) – Chad Muma (LB – Wyoming)
While the Broncos don’t have many holes on paper, the middle linebacker spot needs some work. They recently re-signed Josey Jewell, but he needs some help in the middle of the defense. After his impressive performance at the Senior Bowl, Muma is a top-75 lock.
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