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Is Chris Ballard Willing To Take Red-Flag Players In Draft?

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Intro: One of the great draft dilemmas for every team is how they handle prospects with off-the-field issues. Chris Ballard has had history with making successful choices of "red flag" prospects going into the draft.

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