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Ravens offensive guard Ryan Jensen quickly went after Alonso after the hit, which prompted Dolphins defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh to retaliate against Jensen, sparking a skirmish between the two teams.
Stanford running back and Heisman Trophy finalist Christian McCaffrey, Stanford offensive guard Joshua Garnett and Utah punter Tom Hackett were the other first-team selections from the Pac-12.
Pats, go Pats,'' said George Griffin, Hudgins' roommate and a sophomore offensive guard from Warrington, Pennsylvania.
He was a standout as an offensive guard on the ECU football team from 1977 until 1981, the year he graduated.
Jason Kelce, an offensive guard for the University of Cincinnati, agrees.
Although his prime position is defensive tackle he is equally comfortable at offensive guard.
Four Hogs made second team: offensive guard Robert Felton, wide receiver Moarcus Monk, defensive end Antwain Robinson, and Felix Jones, named both as running back and as kick returner/specialist.
Szott boasts a distinguished professional football career including 11 sea sons with the Kansas City Chiefs as offensive guard, one season with the Washington Redskins and, most recently, four seasons with the New York Jets was named to the All-Pro, All-Madden and Pro Football Weekly All-Pro teams.
The latest case-in-point involves the late Thomas Herrion, a 23-year-old, 6-foot-3, 310-pound former offensive guard for the San Francisco 49ers who collapsed in the locker room following a preseason game with the Denver Broncos and passed away with no cause given.
GRIDIRON: San Francisco 49ers offensive guard Thomas Herrion, 23, collapsed and died last night after a pre-season game against the Denver Broncos.
The Patriots, who are 11-2 favourites for a fourth title in five years, took offensive guard Logan Mankins with the final pick of the first round.
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