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Strong draft class for N.C. State

Quarterback Russell Wilson and guard J.R. Sweezy are expected to start for Seattle on Sunday in their opener at Arizona. Sweezy played defensive tackle in college but has moved to offense in the pros.

Defensive tackle Markus Kuhn played last night for the New York Giants in their season-opening loss to Dallas.

Packers worth the draft wait for Wolfpack's Manning

All's well that ends well for Terrell Manning. The former N.C. State linebacker had to wait longer than he expected to get picked on Saturday in the NFL draft, but he ended up with one of the best teams in the league.

While Manning waited, the Green Bay Packers took him with their fifth-round pick, No. 163 overall, Wake Forest had three players go off the board in the fourth round and fourth in the fifth round. The four draft picks tied the school record from 2009.

Pack's Manning to enter NFL draft

Junior linebacker Terrell Manning has entered the NFL draft, N.C. State confirmed Tuesday afternoon.

Manning, one of the team's best defensive players, finished the 2011 season with 76 tackles and three interceptions, including one in the Wolfpack's bowl win over Louisville.

Manning, a fourth-year junior, led the team with 14.5 tackles for loss and shared the team lead in sacks (5.5).

Pack's Manning out three weeks

N.C. State linebacker Terrell Manning will be out three weeks with a knee injury, Wolfpack coach Tom O'Brien said Tuesday.

Manning, State's starting outside linebacker, had surgery on his left knee on Monday, after suffering an undisclosed injury at the end of the first quarter of N.C. State's 35-13 win over South Alabama.

Pack's Manning to miss Cincinnati game with knee injury

N.C. State linebacker Terrell Manning will miss Thursday's game at Cincinnati with a knee injury, Wolfpack coach Tom O'Brien said Monday.

Manning was scheduled to have surgery this afternoon, O'Brien said, on his left knee and the status of his injury, and possible return, is uncertain. Manning left the Wolfpack's 35-13 win over South Alabama at the end of the first quarter and did not return.

Pack shocker: Dean Haynes to start at RB

Dean Haynes, who began training camp as a starter at cornerback, has earned the starting running back job for N.C. State's opener at 6 p.m. Saturday against Western Carolina, according to a depth chart released this afternoon.

Haynes, a redshirt freshman, moved to running back about two weeks ago, according to team spokeswoman Annabelle Myers. Coach Tom O'Brien referred on a couple occasions last week to personnel moves the staff had made on a tentative basis, but didn't specifically list them.

Apparently Haynes' was the most significant move. He will be backed up by freshman Mustafa Greene.

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