National Siblings Day: Which brothers were best NFL draft prospects?


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Tuesday is National Siblings Day, and what would the NFL be without some brotherly competition?

Great football families can already be found throughout the league, including Devin and Jason McCourty of the New England Patriots, Jason and Travis Kelce of the Philadelphia Eagles and Kansas City Chiefs, respectively, and Mike and Maurkice Pouncey of the Los Angeles Chargers and Pittsburgh Steelers, respectively.

But with the NFL draft just 16 days away, there are a few more sibling connections on the horizon. Several notable prospects have a brother either in this year’s class or already in the league. We decided to weigh in on which one in the family owns bragging rights as the superior prospect.

Tremaine and Terrell Edmunds

The former Virginia Tech standouts and sons of former Dolphins Pro Bowl tight end Ferrell Edmunds could become the first brothers to be taken

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