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The SiriusXM 2014 NFL Draft Contest

Think you're an NFL expert? SiriusXM wants to know who you think the Top Ten Picks will be in the 2014 NFL Draft. You could win a trip to the 2014 NFL Kickoff game!

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SiriusXM's 2014 NFL Draft Sweepstakes
NFL Draft Trip Sweeps 260

SiriusXM wants to give you the chance to win a trip to New York City for the 2014 NFL Draft at Radio City Music Hall, May 8th through 10th.

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  • Mike GolicThe voice of reason on Mike & Mike. Mike Golic began a rigorous consumption program at an early age. His college career was shrouded in controversy over rumors he received illegal endorsements from White Castle while playing for Notre Dame. The rumors have never been confirmed.

  • Mike GreenbergGreeny is a versatile member of the crew and ESPN's premier tennis and badminton expert, as well as hosting Mike & Mike. He was a five-time winner of the MSA (Minor Sports of America) Journalism Award for his articles on soccer, badminton, lacrosse, and gymnastics.

  • Paul FinebaumA leading authority on Southern sports for more than 20 years, Paul's radio show won accolades including Columbia University's “Let’s Do It Better" for coverage of racial issues in sports. He is also seen on ESPN's Outside the Lines, CBS College Sports and Raycom Sports College Football coverage.

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