INDIANAPOLIS -- Shawn Andrews isn't breathing easy as he awaits April's NFL draft.
A few days after the scouting combine in Indianapolis, the Arkansas right tackle, once projected to be among the top 10 players in the draft, will undergo nasal surgery to remove polyps. For Andrews, the surgery will enable him to breathe normally for the first time since his early youth.
But what coaches and general managers interested in drafting him will be holding their breathe about is how Andrews ...
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