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SB Nation's Rookie FanChat, A Chance To Interview Ryan Broyles

As announced on Thursday, SB Nation is a proud media partner of the NFLPA's Rookie Premiere next week in Los Angeles. We'll be there, with video cameras in hand, to follow this year's crop of rookies around for a few days.

But perhaps most important to you, the NFL fan, is the chance to interview Detroit Lions wide receiver Ryan Broyles! SB Nation and the NFLPA Rookie Premiere are excited to announce the Rookie FanChat, a contest in which the winner gets to Skype with their team's top rookie. And that's not all -- the winner also gets an NFL Rookie Premiere helmet signed by their team's top draft pick!

Enter the SB Nation Rookie FanChat contest with three easy steps:

  1. Like SB Nation on Facebook
  2. Follow SB Nation on Twitter
  3. Tell us in the comments of this post: If you had just one question to ask your NFL team's top draft pick, what would you ask him?

The winner, selected on Wednesday, May 16, will have the chance to Skype for 15 minutes with their team's top draft pick on Friday, May 18, between 4-7 p.m. ET. And there's even a prize for second -- an autographed football AND a Rookie Premiere Gift Pack. Enter now for this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity!

The NFLPA Rookie Premiere is where 35 of the top 2012 NFL Draft picks will make their official professional debut, beginning May 17. In addition to being the first rookie class to wear the new Nike jerseys, the players will participate in events around L.A. in the lead-up to their official coming out party. Here's the official schedule of next week's activities, which includes a flag football game with celebrities and former NFL players.

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