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As the final pick, he will be honored as "Mr. Irrelevant," a weeklong celebration in Newport Beach, Calif., that began in 1976. The Arizona Cardinals, trying to improve their pass rush, selected Texas linebacker Sam Acho in the fourth round. The 6 1, 257 pounder in December won the Campbell Trophy and a $25,000 scholarship given by the National Football Foundation and College Hall of Fame as the nation's top scholar athlete. Acho's parents emigrated from Nigeria, and each summer he returns to the country with his father and brother on a medical mission. Another Matthews joined the NFL when Oregon linebacker Casey Matthews was picked by the Philadelphia Eagles with the 19th pick in the fourth round. He's the brother of Packers All Pro linebacker Clay Matthews. The Eagles are well aware of Clay Matthews they had a hard time handling him last year. "Clay had some success against them," Casey Matthews said. "At the conclusion of my visit when I was out there, Coach (Andy) Reid said, 'Tell your brother we're going to get him next year with you on the team.' And I told Clay that. I don't think they have the Packers on the schedule, but hopefully we get them in the playoffs." Minutes later, the Eagles made Nebraska All American Alex Henery the first kicker taken with the 23rd pick of the fourth round. Henery hit 18 of 19 field goal attempts (10 of 11 from 40 yards or longer) and all 54 extra points last season. He also punts. Eagles longtime kicker David Akers is a free agent, but the team has placed a transition tag on him and would have a chance to retain him. The Cleveland Browns, with a pick from Atlanta, chose Stanford fullback Owen Marecic, a two way player who also played linebacker. He won the inaugural Paul Hornung Award as the nation's most versatile player. The 6 0, 246 pound Marecic ran for five touchdowns and had two interceptions last season. 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