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PostPosted: Thu Jul 21, 2011 12:50 pm    Post subject: 2012 - NFC West - Info Thread Reply with quote

http://seattletimes.nwsource.com/html/seahawksblog/2015683835_nfc_west_co-op_2.html

quick links to each NFCW team overview...

QB

01. Marcus Mariota ------------------ Oregon ------------------ JR. ------- 6-4 --- 212 -- rd 1
02. Jameis Winston ------------------ Florida State -------- RS. SO ----- 6-4 --- 230 -- rd 1

03. Brett Hundley -------------------- U.C.L.A ------------------ JR. ------- 6-3 --- 225 -- rd 2

03. Garrett Grayson ----------------- Colorado State ---------- SR. ------ 6-2 --- 215 -- rd 3

04. Bryce Petty ----------------------- Baylor ------------------- SR. ------ 6-3 --- 230 -- rd 4

05. Bryan Bennett ------------------- SE Louisiana ------------ SR. ------ 6-3 --- 205 -- rd 5
06. Shane Carden -------------------- East Carolina ----------- SR. ------ 6-2 --- 218 -- rd 5
07. Brandon Bridge ------------------- S. Alabama ------------- SR. ------ 6-5 --- 235 -- rd 5
08. Sean Mannion -------------------- Oregon State ----------- SR. ------ 6-5 --- 229 -- rd 5

09. Andrew Hendrix ------------------ Miami (OH) ------------ SR. ------- 6-2 --- 221 -- rd 6
10. Cody Fajardo ---------------------- Nevada ----------------- SR. ------- 6-2 --- 215 -- rd 6
11. Hutson Mason -------------------- Georgia ----------------- SR. ------- 6-2 --- 202 -- rd 6

12. Justin Worley --------------------- Tennessee ------------- SR. ------- 6-4 --- 220 -- rd 7


RB

01. Todd Gurley ---------------------- Georgia --------------- JR. ------- 6-1 --- 220 -- rd 1
02. Melvin Gordon III --------------- Wisconsin ------------ JR. ------- 6-1 --- 207 -- rd 1

03. T.J Yeldon ------------------------ Alabama -------------- JR. ------- 6-1 --- 220 -- rd 2
04. Tevin Coleman ------------------- Indiana --------------- JR. ------- 6-1 --- 210 -- rd 2

05. Ameer Abdullah ----------------- Nebraska ------------- SR. ------- 5-8 --- 198 -- rd 3
05. Duke Johnson ------------------- Miami ------------------ JR. ------- 5-9 --- 206 -- rd 3
06. Jay Ajayi ------------------------- Boise State ------------ JR. ------- 6-0 --- 216 -- rd 3
07. Mike Davis ----------------------- S. Carolina ------------- JR. ------- 5-9 --- 216 -- rd 3

08. David Cobb ----------------------- Minnesota ------------- SR. ----- 5-11 -- 229 -- rd 4
09. Javorius "Buck" Allen ----------- U.S.C ------------------- JR. ------ 6-1 --- 215 -- rd 4
10. Jeremy Langford ---------------- Michigan State -------- SR. ------ 6-0 --- 211 -- rd 4
11. Josh Robinson ------------------- Mississippi St ---------- JR. ------ 5-9 --- 215 -- rd 4

12. Cameron Artis-Payne ------------ Auburn ---------------- SR. ----- 5-10 -- 212 -- rd 5
13. Malcolm Brown ------------------- Texas ------------------ SR. ------ 6-0 --- 225 -- rd 5
14. David Johnson ------------------- N. Iowa ----------------- SR. ------ 6-1 --- 224 -- rd 5

15. Matt Jones ------------------------ Florida ------------------ JR. ------ 6-2 --- 235 -- rd 6
16. Michael Dyer --------------------- Louisville --------------- SR. ------ 5-9 --- 215 -- rd 6
17. Terrence Magee ------------------ L.S.U -------------------- SR. ------ 5-9 --- 214 -- rd 6

18. Karlos Williams ------------------ Florida State ----------- SR. ------ 6-1 --- 219 -- rd 7
19. Kenny Hilliard -------------------- L.S.U -------------------- SR. ------ 6-0 --- 233 -- rd 7
20. John Crockett -------------------- N. Dakota State -------- SR. ------ 6-0 --- 202 -- rd 7


FB

01. Jalston Fowler ------------------- Alabama ---------------- SR. ----- 5-11 --- 264 -- rd 4
02. Tyler Varga ----------------------- Yale --------------------- SR. ----- 5-11 --- 227 -- rd 7


TE

01. Devin Funchess ------------------ Michigan ------------- JR. ------- 6-5 --- 235 -- rd 2
02. Maxx Williams -------------------- Minnesota --------- RS. SO ---- 6-4 --- 250 -- rd 2

03. Ben Koyack ----------------------- Notre Dame --------- SR. ------- 6-5 --- 249 -- rd 3
04. Nick O'Leary ---------------------- Florida State -------- JR. ------- 6-3 --- 250 -- rd 3
05. Clive Walford --------------------- Miami ---------------- SR. ------- 6-4 --- 254 -- rd 3

06. Tyler Kroft ------------------------ Rutgers -------------- JR.-------- 6-6 --- 240 -- rd 4
07. Jesse James ---------------------- Penn State ---------- JR. ------- 6-6 --- 254 -- rd 4

08. Jeff Heuerman ------------------- Ohio State ----------- SR. ------ 6-6 --- 250 -- rd 5
09. E.J Bibbs -------------------------- Iowa State ----------- SR. ------ 6-3 --- 261 -- rd 5
10. Rory Anderson ------------------- South Carolina ------ SR. ------ 6-5 --- 232 -- rd 5

11. Darren Waller -------------------- Georgia Tech --------- SR.------ 6-6 --- 242 -- rd 6
12. Blake Bell ------------------------- Oklahoma ------------ SR. ------ 6-6 --- 258 -- rd 6
13. Mycole Pruitt ---------------------- S. Illinois ------------ SR. ------ 6-3 --- 255 -- rd 6

14. Nick Boyle ------------------------- Delaware ------------ SR. ------ 6-5 --- 270 -- rd 7
15. Wes Saxton ----------------------- S. Alabama ---------- SR. ------ 6-4 --- 240 -- rd 7

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http://www.profootballweekly.com/story/permalink/24237
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WR

01. Amari Cooper ---------------- Alabama ---------- JR. --- 6-1 --- 205 --- rd 1
02. DeVante Parker ------------- Louisville --------- SR. --- 6-3 --- 208 --- rd 1
03. Kevin White ----------------- West Virginia ----- SR. --- 6-3 --- 210 --- rd 1
04. Jaelen Strong --------------- Arizona State ----- JR. --- 6-3 --- 205 --- rd 1
05. Phillip Dorsett --------------- Miami ------------- SR. --- 5-10 -- 183 --- rd 1

06. Nelson Agholor -------------- U.S.C -------------- JR. -- 6-0 --- 185 --- rd 2
07. Devin Smith ----------------- Ohio State -------- SR. -- 6-0 --- 190 --- rd 2
08. Dorial Green-Beckham ----- Oklahoma --------- JR. -- 6-5 --- 225 --- rd 2
09. Breshad Perriman ---------- Central Florida ---- JR. -- 6-2 --- 209 --- rd 2
10. Rashad Greene -------------- Florida State ----- SR. -- 6-0 --- 185 --- rd 2

11. Sammie Coates -------------- Auburn ------------ JR. -- 6-2 --- 213 --- rd 3
12. Justin Hardy ----------------- East Carolina ----- SR. - 5-10 -- 190 --- rd 3
13. Tyler Lockett ---------------- Kansas State ----- SR. -- 5-10 - 181 --- rd 3
14. Josh Harper ------------------ Fresno State ----- SR. -- 6-1 --- 189 --- rd 3
15. Deontay Greenberry -------- Houston ----------- JR. -- 6-2 --- 200 --- rd 3

16. Antwan Goodley ------------- Baylor ------------- SR. - 5-10 -- 210 -- rd 4
17. Jamison Crowder ------------ Duke -------------- SR. -- 5-8 --- 174 -- rd 4
18. Stefon Diggs ----------------- Maryland ---------- JR. -- 6-0 --- 194 -- rd 4
19. Ty Montgomery -------------- Stanford ---------- SR. -- 6-0 --- 216 -- rd 4
20. Vince Mayle ------------------ Washington St --- SR. -- 6-2 --- 219 -- rd 4

21. Tre McBride ------------------- William & Mary -- SR. -- 6-1 ---- 205 -- rd 5
22. Cameron Worthy ------------- E. Carolina ------- SR. -- 6-2 ---- 217 -- rd 5
23. DeAndre Smelter ------------- Georgia Tech ---- SR. -- 6-2 ---- 212 -- rd 5
24. Chris Conley ------------------ Georgia ----------- SR. -- 6-2 ---- 207 -- rd 5
25. Dezmin Lewis ----------------- C. Arkansas ----- SR. -- 6-3 ---- 215 -- rd 5

26. Mario Alford ------------------- West Virginia ---- SR. -- 5-9 ---- 180 -- rd 6
27. Jordan Taylor ------------------ Rice -------------- SR. --- 6-5 --- 210 -- rd 6
28. Rannell Hall ------------------- C. Florida --------- SR. --- 6-0 --- 193 -- rd 6
29. Austin Hill --------------------- Arizona ----------- JR. --- 6-3 --- 210 -- rd 6
30. Devante Davis ----------------- U.N.L.V ----------- SR. -- 6-3 --- 210 -- rd 6

31. Chris Harper ------------------ California ---------- JR. - 5-11 --- 180 -- rd 7
32. Davaris Daniels --------------- Notre Dame ------- JR. -- 6-2 --- 190 -- rd 7
33. Dres Anderson ---------------- Utah ---------------- SR. - 6-2 --- 190 -- rd 7
34. Levi Norwood ----------------- Baylor -------------- SR. - 6-1 --- 195 -- rd 7
35. Deon Long --------------------- Maryland ---------- SR. - 6-0 --- 195 -- rd 7



OG

01. Brandon Scherff ------------- Iowa ------------------ SR. --- 6-5 --- 315 -- rd 1

02. A.J Cann --------------------- South Carolina ------- SR. --- 6-3 --- 315 -- rd 2
03. Laken Tomlinson ------------ Duke ------------------ SR. --- 6-3 --- 323 -- rd 2
04. Tre Jackson ------------------ Florida State --------- SR. --- 6-4 --- 323 -- rd 2

05. Josue Matias ----------------- Florida State --------- SR. --- 6-5 --- 322 -- rd 3
06. John Miller ------------------- Louisville ------------- SR. --- 6-2 --- 321 -- rd 3
07. Evan Washington ------------ L.S.U ------------------ SR. -- 6-5 --- 334 -- rd 3
08. Sean Hickey ----------------- Syracuse -------------- SR. --- 6-5 --- 300 -- rd 3

09. Jon Feliciano ----------------- Miami ----------------- SR. --- 6-5 --- 320 -- rd 4
10. Jarvis Harrison --------------- Texas A&M ----------- SR. --- 6-4 --- 325 -- rd 4
11. Shaq Mason ------------------ Georgia Tech --------- SR. --- 6-2 --- 310 -- rd 4
12. Jamil Douglas ---------------- Arizona State -------- SR. --- 6-4 --- 307 -- rd 4

13. Mark Glowinski -------------- Syracuse -------------- SR. --- 6-5 --- 312 -- rd 5
14. Quinton Spain --------------- West Virginia --------- SR. --- 6-5 --- 332 -- rd 5
15. Bobby Hart ------------------- Florida State ---------- SR. --- 6-4 --- 320 -- rd 5

16. Chad Slade ------------------- Auburn ---------------- SR. --- 6-5 --- 315 -- rd 6
17. Austin Shepherd ------------- Alabama -------------- SR. --- 6-4 --- 324 -- rd 6
18. Torrian Wilson --------------- C. Florida -------------- SR. --- 6-3 --- 307 -- rd 6
19. Adam Shead ----------------- Oklahoma ------------- SR. --- 6-4 --- 339 -- rd 6

20. Junior Salt ------------------- Utah -------------------- SR. --- 6-2 --- 315 -- rd 7
21. Ali Marpet -------------------- Hobart ----------------- SR. --- 6-3 --- 310 -- rd 7



OT

01. Andrus Peat ------------------- Stanford --------------- JR. --- 6-6 --- 310 -- rd 1
02. La'el Collins ------------------- L.S.U ------------------- SR. --- 6-5 --- 308 -- rd 1
03. Ereck Flowers ----------------- Miami ------------------ JR. --- 6-5 --- 322 -- rd 1
04. Cameron Erving -------------- Florida State ----------- SR. --- 6-5 --- 320 -- rd 1
05. Jake Fisher -------------------- Oregon ----------------- SR. --- 6-5 --- 292 -- rd 1

06. Donovan Smith ---------------- Penn State ------------ JR. --- 6-6 --- 341 -- rd 2
07. Arie Kouandjio ----------------- Alabama -------------- SR. --- 6-5 --- 318 -- rd 2
08. T.J Clemmings ---------------- Pittsburgh ------------- SR. --- 6-5 --- 307 -- rd 2
09. Tyrus Thompson -------------- Oklahoma ------------- SR. --- 6-5 --- 355 -- rd 2

10. Corey Robinson --------------- South Carolina -------- SR. --- 6-7 --- 345 -- rd 3
11. Jeremiah Poutasi -------------- Utah ------------------- JR. --- 6-6 --- 330 -- rd 3
12. Ty Sambrailo ------------------ Colorado State -------- SR. --- 6-6 --- 309 -- rd 3
13. Daryl Williams ----------------- Oklahoma ------------- SR. --- 6-5 --- 334 -- rd 3

14. Cedric Ogbuehi ---------------- Texas A&M ------------ SR. --- 6-5 --- 300 -- rd 4
15. D.J Humphries ----------------- Florida ----------------- JR. --- 6-5 --- 295 -- rd 4
16. Robert Myers ------------------- Tennessee St -------- SR. --- 6-5 --- 329 -- rd 4

17. Aundrey Walker ---------------- USC ------------------- SR. --- 6-6 --- 318 -- rd 5
18. Rob Havenstein ---------------- Wisconsin ------------ SR. --- 6-7 --- 332 -- rd 5
19. Malcolm Bunche ---------------- UCLA ----------------- SR. --- 6-7 --- 325 -- rd 5

20. Mickey Baucas ----------------- Arizona ---------------- SR. --- 6-8 --- 293 -- rd 6
21. Eric Lefeld ---------------------- Cincinnati ------------- SR. --- 6-5 --- 310 -- rd 6
22. Jamon Brown ------------------ Louisville -------------- SR. --- 6-5 --- 348 -- rd 6

23. Rob Crisp ----------------------- NC State --------------- SR. --- 6-7 --- 300 -- rd 7
24. Blaine Clausell ----------------- Mississippi State ----- SR. --- 6-7 --- 315 -- rd 7


C

01. B.J Finney ---------------------- Kansas State ---------- SR. --- 6-4 --- 312 -- rd 3
02. Hroniss Grasu ------------------ Oregon ----------------- SR. --- 6-3 --- 297 -- rd 3

03. Max Garcia ---------------------- Florida ----------------- SR. --- 6-4 --- 305 -- rd 4
04. Isaac Seumalo ----------------- Oregon State ---------- JR. --- 6-3 --- 300 -- rd 4

05. Andy Gallik --------------------- Boston College -------- SR. --- 6-2 --- 299 -- rd 5
06. Reese Dismukes ---------------- Auburn ---------------- SR. --- 6-3 --- 297 -- rd 5

07. Jake Smith ---------------------- Louisville -------------- SR. --- 6-3 --- 312 -- rd 6
08. Dillon Day ----------------------- Mississippi State ------ SR. --- 6-4 --- 305 -- rd 6

09. David Andrews ------------------ Georgia ---------------- SR. --- 6-3 --- 297 -- rd 7
10. Brandon Vitabile --------------- Northwestern ---------- SR. --- 6-3 --- 300 -- rd 7

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DT / NT / 34DE

01. Leonard Williams ------------------- U.S.C ------------------ JR. --- 6-4 --- 290 --- rd 1
02. Danny Shelton ---------------------- Washington ---------- SR. --- 6-2 --- 343 --- rd 1
03. Malcom Brown ----------------------- Texas ----------------- JR. --- 6-2 --- 320 --- rd 1
04. Jordan Phillips ----------------------- Oklahoma ------------ JR. --- 6-4 --- 334 --- rd 1
05. Carl Davis ---------------------------- Iowa ------------------ SR. --- 6-5 --- 321 --- rd 1

06. Michael Bennett --------------------- Ohio State ----------- SR. --- 6-3 --- 289 --- rd 2
07. Eddie Goldman ---------------------- Florida State --------- JR. ---- 6-4 --- 314 --- rd 2
08. Preston Smith ----------------------- Mississippi St -------- SR. --- 6-6 --- 270 --- rd 2
09. Arik Armstead ----------------------- Oregon ---------------- JR. --- 6-7 --- 292 --- rd 2
10. Xavier Cooper ------------------------ Washington St. ------ JR. --- 6-4 --- 298 --- rd 2

11. Marcus Hardison --------------------- Arizona State -------- SR. -- 6-3 --- 311 --- rd 3
11. Mario Edwards ----------------------- Florida State --------- JR. --- 6-3 --- 294 --- rd 3
12. Gabe Wright -------------------------- Auburn --------------- SR. --- 6-3 --- 299 --- rd 3
13. Tyeler Davison ----------------------- Fresno State --------- SR. --- 6-2 --- 309 --- rd 3
14. Henry Anderson ---------------------- Stanford ------------- SR. --- 6-6 --- 287 --- rd 3

15. Ellis McCarthy ------------------------ U.C.L.A ---------------- JR. --- 6-5 --- 325 --- rd 4
16. Louis Trinca-Pasat ------------------- Iowa ------------------ SR. --- 6-1 --- 291 --- rd 4
17. Grady Jarrett ------------------------- Clemson -------------- SR. --- 6-1 --- 288 --- rd 4

18. Chucky Hunter ----------------------- T.C.U ------------------ SR. --- 6-1 --- 300 --- rd 5
19. Kaleb Eulls --------------------------- Miss State ------------- SR. --- 6-3 --- 305 --- rd 5
20. Joey Mbu ----------------------------- Houston --------------- SR. --- 6-3 --- 315 --- rd 5

21. Travis Raciti -------------------------- San Jose St ----------- SR. --- 6-5 --- 280 --- rd 6
22. B.J. Dubose --------------------------- Louisville -------------- SR. --- 6-5 --- 287 --- rd 6

23. Terry Williams ----------------------- E. Carolina -------------- SR. -- 6-1 --- 347 --- rd 7
24. Derrick Lott -------------------------- Chattanooga ----------- SR. --- 6-4 --- 300 --- rd 7
25. Corey Crawford ---------------------- Clemson ---------------- SR. --- 6-5 --- 270 --- rd 7


EDGE

01. Randy Gregory ----------------- Nebraska ---------- JR. --- 6-6 --- 245 --- rd 1
02. Dante Fowler -------------------- Florida ------------ JR. --- 6-2 --- 260 --- rd 1
03. Shane Ray ---------------------- Missouri ----------- JR. --- 6-3 --- 250 --- rd 1
04. Vic Beasley --------------------- Clemson ----------- SR. --- 6-2 --- 245 --- rd 1
05. Alvin Dupree ------------------- Kentucky ---------- SR. --- 6-3 --- 252 --- rd 1

06. Nate Orchard ------------------- Utah ---------------- SR. --- 6-3 --- 251 --- rd 2
07. Eli Harold ----------------------- Virginia ------------- JR. ---- 6-4 --- 250 --- rd 2
08. Markus Golden ----------------- Missouri ------------ SR. --- 6-2 --- 255 --- rd 2
09. Trey Flowers -------------------- Arkansas ---------- SR. --- 6-2 --- 268 --- rd 2
10. Hau'oli Kikaha ----------------- Washington -------- SR. --- 6-2 --- 246 --- rd 2

11. Danielle Hunter ----------------- LSU ---------------- JR. ---- 6-6 --- 240 --- rd 3
12. Owamagbe Odighizuwa ------- U.C.L.A ------------- SR. --- 6-3 --- 266 --- rd 3
13 Za'Darius Smith ---------------- Kentucky ----------- SR. --- 6-5 --- 270 --- rd 3
14. Max Valles ---------------------- Virginia ------------- SO. --- 6-5 --- 240 --- rd 3
15. Lorenzo Mauldin --------------- Louisville ----------- SR. --- 6-4 --- 256 --- rd 3

16. Anthony Chickillo -------------- Miami -------------- SR. --- 6-3 --- 271 --- rd 4
17. Jermauria Rasco ---------------- LSU ---------------- SR. --- 6-4 --- 260 --- rd 4
18. Zach Wagenmann ------------- Montana ------------ SR. --- 6-4 --- 255 --- rd 4
19. Zach Hodges ------------------- Harvard ------------- SR. --- 6-3 --- 242 --- rd 4

20. Deion Barnes ------------------- Penn State --------- JR. --- 6-4 --- 260 --- rd 5
21. Tony Washington -------------- Oregon ------------- SR. --- 6-3 --- 250 --- rd 5
22. Xzavier Dickson ---------------- Alabama ------------ SR. -- 6-3 --- 268 --- rd 5
23. Shaq Riddick ------------------- West Virginia ------- SR. -- 6-5 --- 245 --- rd 5

24. Geneo Grissom ----------------- Oklahoma ---------- SR. --- 6-4 --- 252 --- rd 6
25. Lynden Trail --------------------- Norfolk State ------ SR. --- 6-6 --- 262 -- rd 6
26. Brock Hekking ------------------- Nevada ------------ SR. --- 6-3 --- 250 --- rd 6

27. Cedric Reed ---------------------- Texas ------------- SR. --- 6-6 --- 271 --- rd 7
28. James Vaughters --------------- Stanford ----------- SR. --- 6-2 --- 254 --- rd 7
29. Frank Clark ---------------------- Michigan ---------- SR. --- 6-2 --- 275 --- rd 7
30. C.J. Olaniyan -------------------- Penn State -------- SR. --- 6-3 --- 253 --- rd 7


LB

01. Shaq Thompson ----------------- Washington ------- JR. --- 6-2 --- 235 --- rd 1
02. Eric Kendricks ------------------- U.C.L.A ------------- SR. --- 6-1 --- 242 --- rd 1

03. Denzel Perryman ---------------- Miami -------------- SR. --- 6-0 --- 245 --- rd 2
04. Paul Dawson --------------------- T.C.U --------------- SR. --- 6-2 --- 230 --- rd 2
05. Benardrick McKinney ----------- Miss State --------- JR. ---- 6-5 --- 250 --- rd 2

06. Stephone Anthony -------------- Clemson ----------- SR. --- 6-2 --- 245 --- rd 3
07. Jordan Hicks --------------------- Texas --------------- SR. --- 6-2 --- 242 --- rd 3
08. Hayes Pullard -------------------- U.S.C --------------- SR. --- 6-1 --- 230 --- rd 3

09. Martrell Spaight ----------------- Arkansas ----------- SR. --- 6-2 --- 236 --- rd 4
10. Ramik Wilson -------------------- Georgia ------------- SR. --- 6-2 --- 232 --- rd 4
11. Taiwan Jones -------------------- Michigan St -------- SR. --- 6-3 --- 252 --- rd 4

12. Amarlo Herrera ------------------ Georgia ------------- SR. --- 6-2 --- 241 --- rd 5
13. Jeff Luc --------------------------- Cincinnati ---------- SR. --- 6-1 --- 251 --- rd 5
14. Trey DePriest --------------------- Alabama ----------- SR. --- 6-2 --- 245 --- rd 5
15. Jake Ryan ------------------------ Michigan ------------ SR. --- 6-2 --- 240 --- rd 5

16. A.J Johnson ---------------------- Tennessee --------- SR. --- 6-2 --- 240 --- rd 6
17. Mike Hull ------------------------- Penn State --------- SR. --- 6-0 --- 232 --- rd 6
18. Kwon Alexander ------------------ L.S.U --------------- JR. --- 6-2 --- 227 --- rd 6

19. Ben Heeney ---------------------- Kansas -------------- SR. --- 6-0 --- 230 --- rd 7
20. Curtis Grant ---------------------- Ohio State ---------- SR. --- 6-1 --- 235 --- rd 7

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Commish for a day: Wake up, smell the bias

http://espn.go.com/blog/nfcwest/post/_/id/40319/commish-for-a-day-wake-up-smell-the-bias

CB

01. Trae Waynes ------------------------ Michigan St ------------- JR. ------- 6-1 --- 185 --- rd 1
02. P.J Williams ------------------------- Florida State ------------ JR. ------- 6-0 --- 190 --- rd 1
03. Jacoby Glenn ------------------------ C. Florida ------------- RS. SO. ---- 6-0 --- 187 --- rd 1
04. Alex Carter -------------------------- Stanford ----------------- JR. ------- 6-0 --- 195 --- rd 1

05. Ifo Ekpre Olomu -------------------- Oregon ------------------- SR. ----- 5-10 --- 190 --- rd 2
06. Quinten Rollins ---------------------- Miami (OH) ------------- SR. ------ 6-0 --- 203 --- rd 2
07. Jalen Collins ------------------------- L.S.U --------------------- JR. ------- 6-1 --- 195 --- rd 2
08. Steven Nelson ----------------------- Oregon State ----------- SR. ----- 5-10 --- 192 --- rd 2
09. Kevin Johnson ---------------------- Wake Forest ------------- SR. ------ 6-0 --- 175 --- rd 2

10. Kevin White ------------------------- T.C.U ---------------------- SR. ------ 5-9 --- 174 --- rd 3
11. Ronald Darby ------------------------ Florida State ------------- JR. ----- 5-11 -- 189 --- rd 3
12. Doran Grant ------------------------- Ohio State ---------------- SR. ----- 5-11 -- 193 --- rd 3
13. Marcus Peters ----------------------- Washington -------------- JR. ----- 5-11 -- 195 --- rd 3
14. Charles Gaines ---------------------- Louisville ----------------- JR. ----- 5-11 -- 176 --- rd 3

15. Ladarius Gunter -------------------- Miami --------------------- SR. ------ 6-2 --- 198 --- rd 4
16. Senquez Golson --------------------- Mississippi --------------- SR. ----- 5-9 --- 180 --- rd 4
17. Cody Riggs -------------------------- Notre Dame -------------- SR. ------ 5-9 --- 190 --- rd 4
18. Lorenzo Doss ------------------------ Tulane -------------------- JR. ----- 5-11 -- 187 --- rd 4
19. Cam Thomas ------------------------ W. Kentucky ------------- SR. ------ 6-1 --- 190 --- rd 4

20. D.J Smith --------------------------- Florida Atlantic ----------- SR. ------ 5-11 - 175 --- rd 5
21. Eric Rowe ---------------------------- Utah ---------------------- SR. ------ 6-1 --- 205 --- rd 5
22. Quandre Diggs --------------------- Texas ---------------------- SR. ------ 5-10 -- 200 --- rd 5
23. JaCorey Shepherd ------------------ Kansas ------------------- SR. ------ 5-11 -- 195 --- rd 5

24. Byron Jones ------------------------- Connecticut -------------- SR. ------ 6-1 --- 196 --- rd 6
25. Damian Swann ---------------------- Georgia ------------------- SR. ----- 5-11 -- 178 --- rd 6
26. Merril Noel --------------------------- Wake Forest ------------- SR. ----- 5-10 -- 180 --- rd 6
27. Justin Coleman ---------------------- Tennessee --------------- SR. ----- 5-10 -- 190 --- rd 6

28. Nick Marshall ------------------------ Auburn ------------------- SR. ------ 6-1 --- 202 --- rd 7
29. Imoan Claiborne -------------------- NW State ----------------- SR. ----- 5-10 -- 188 --- rd 7
30. Bobby McCain ----------------------- Memphis ------------------ SR. ----- 5-10 -- 192 --- rd 7


S

01. Landon Collins ----------------------- Alabama ------------- JR. -------- 6-0 --- 205 --- rd 1

02. Chris Hackett ------------------------- T.C.U ----------------- JR. -------- 6-2 --- 194 --- rd 2
03. Cody Prewitt ------------------------- Mississippi ----------- SR. -------- 6-2 --- 220 --- rd 2

04. Anthony Harris ---------------------- Virginia --------------- SR. -------- 6-1 --- 190 --- rd 3
05. Derron Smith ------------------------ Fresno St ------------- SR. ------- 5-11 -- 200 --- rd 3
06. Josh Shaw ---------------------------- U.S.C ----------------- SR. -------- 6-1 --- 195 --- rd 3
07. Kurtis Drummond ------------------- Michigan St ---------- SR. -------- 6-1 --- 200 --- rd 3

08. Gerod Holliman ---------------------- Louisville ---------- RS. SO ------ 6-0 --- 201 --- rd 4
09. Jaquiski Tartt ------------------------ Samford -------------- SR. -------- 6-1 --- 218 --- rd 4

10. Jordan Richards --------------------- Stanford -------------- SR. ------- 5-11 -- 208 --- rd 5
11. Kyshoen Jarrett --------------------- Virginia Tech --------- SR. ------- 5-11 -- 191 --- rd 5
12. Durell Eskridge ---------------------- Syracuse -------------- JR. -------- 6-3 --- 207 --- rd 5

13. Sam Carter --------------------------- TCU -------------------- SR. ------- 6-0 --- 216 --- rd 6
14. Ibraheim Campbell ----------------- Northwestern --------- SR. ------ 5-11 --- 205 --- rd 6
15. Adrian Amos ------------------------- Penn State ------------ SR. ------- 6-0 --- 209 --- rd 6

16. Anthony Jefferson ------------------- UCLA ------------------SR. -------- 6-1 --- 194 --- rd 7
17. Clayton Geathers -------------------- C. Florida ------------- SR. -------- 6-1 ---- 212 --- rd 7
18. Damarious Randall ------------------ Arizona St ------------ SR. ------- 5-11 --- 190 --- rd 7

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I am sure some or all of you have heard the rumors of Kolb (from now on Kold) to the sissy birds, of the red variety. It is rumored to be DRC for Kold, and since I have a very low opinion of Kold I would not mind seeing that at all.

Now to the bias that Oldman pointed out, I do not so much mind having 10am games but when the commish will accommodate one teams coast to coast request and not listen to 5 others teams request.... well it makes me think he is just a bloated load of horse poo.

What I really want to see is that the Hawks lose Mabene (I know I spelled it wrong) and for the Cards to overpay for Kold. I am not sure what sort of justice I wish to befall the Rams--Maybe they can keep Bradford on the Alex Smith development path for QBs as in a new OC every season.
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burlow wrote:
I am sure some or all of you have heard the rumors of Kolb (from now on Kold) to the sissy birds, of the red variety. It is rumored to be DRC for Kold, and since I have a very low opinion of Kold I would not mind seeing that at all.

Now to the bias that Oldman pointed out, I do not so much mind having 10am games but when the commish will accommodate one teams coast to coast request and not listen to 5 others teams request.... well it makes me think he is just a bloated load of horse poo.

What I really want to see is that the Hawks lose Mabene (I know I spelled it wrong) and for the Cards to overpay for Kold. I am not sure what sort of justice I wish to befall the Rams--Maybe they can keep Bradford on the Alex Smith development path for QBs as in a new OC every season.



Or we could just improve so much as to WIN the division, as opposed to have others lose it for us to get in, like the seahawks did last year. I do wish Bradford and the Rams become a good team, and the Cards improve (or return to their superbowl run glory, however ephemeral) and the Seahawks get better... it would be great if the division improved and we still came out on top. Iron sharpens iron, right? Well, we've been a stick of butter trying to sharpen ourselves on other sticks of butter. We play these teams 6 times a year! I want to compete with the best. I think Harbaugh can get us coming out on top anyway. Best coach in the division (I hope). Best TE in the division. Arguably one of the best RB in the league. I'm holding hope for one of the best young offensive line to improve together. A few great players on defense that always give us a chance to win. Bring it on!
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PostPosted: Thu Jul 21, 2011 3:20 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

rudyZ wrote:
burlow wrote:
I am sure some or all of you have heard the rumors of Kolb (from now on Kold) to the sissy birds, of the red variety. It is rumored to be DRC for Kold, and since I have a very low opinion of Kold I would not mind seeing that at all.

Now to the bias that Oldman pointed out, I do not so much mind having 10am games but when the commish will accommodate one teams coast to coast request and not listen to 5 others teams request.... well it makes me think he is just a bloated load of horse poo.

What I really want to see is that the Hawks lose Mabene (I know I spelled it wrong) and for the Cards to overpay for Kold. I am not sure what sort of justice I wish to befall the Rams--Maybe they can keep Bradford on the Alex Smith development path for QBs as in a new OC every season.



Or we could just improve so much as to WIN the division, as opposed to have others lose it for us to get in, like the seahawks did last year. I do wish Bradford and the Rams become a good team, and the Cards improve (or return to their superbowl run glory, however ephemeral) and the Seahawks get better... it would be great if the division improved and we still came out on top. Iron sharpens iron, right? Well, we've been a stick of butter trying to sharpen ourselves on other sticks of butter. We play these teams 6 times a year! I want to compete with the best. I think Harbaugh can get us coming out on top anyway. Best coach in the division (I hope). Best TE in the division. Arguably one of the best RB in the league. I'm holding hope for one of the best young offensive line to improve together. A few great players on defense that always give us a chance to win. Bring it on!


I am in agreement with you about wanting to beat the other teams, not win the division by default. Is our ILB Patrick Willis not good enough for you to mention in your post? Laughing I tease, I tease.
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burlow wrote:
rudyZ wrote:
burlow wrote:
I am sure some or all of you have heard the rumors of Kolb (from now on Kold) to the sissy birds, of the red variety. It is rumored to be DRC for Kold, and since I have a very low opinion of Kold I would not mind seeing that at all.

Now to the bias that Oldman pointed out, I do not so much mind having 10am games but when the commish will accommodate one teams coast to coast request and not listen to 5 others teams request.... well it makes me think he is just a bloated load of horse poo.

What I really want to see is that the Hawks lose Mabene (I know I spelled it wrong) and for the Cards to overpay for Kold. I am not sure what sort of justice I wish to befall the Rams--Maybe they can keep Bradford on the Alex Smith development path for QBs as in a new OC every season.



Or we could just improve so much as to WIN the division, as opposed to have others lose it for us to get in, like the seahawks did last year. I do wish Bradford and the Rams become a good team, and the Cards improve (or return to their superbowl run glory, however ephemeral) and the Seahawks get better... it would be great if the division improved and we still came out on top. Iron sharpens iron, right? Well, we've been a stick of butter trying to sharpen ourselves on other sticks of butter. We play these teams 6 times a year! I want to compete with the best. I think Harbaugh can get us coming out on top anyway. Best coach in the division (I hope). Best TE in the division. Arguably one of the best RB in the league. I'm holding hope for one of the best young offensive line to improve together. A few great players on defense that always give us a chance to win. Bring it on!


I am in agreement with you about wanting to beat the other teams, not win the division by default. Is our ILB Patrick Willis not good enough for you to mention in your post? Laughing I tease, I tease.



"great players on defense that always give us a chance to win."

That was referring to Patrick Willis and Justin Smith.
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PostPosted: Fri Jul 22, 2011 10:49 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

rudyZ wrote:
burlow wrote:
rudyZ wrote:
burlow wrote:
I am sure some or all of you have heard the rumors of Kolb (from now on Kold) to the sissy birds, of the red variety. It is rumored to be DRC for Kold, and since I have a very low opinion of Kold I would not mind seeing that at all.

Now to the bias that Oldman pointed out, I do not so much mind having 10am games but when the commish will accommodate one teams coast to coast request and not listen to 5 others teams request.... well it makes me think he is just a bloated load of horse poo.

What I really want to see is that the Hawks lose Mabene (I know I spelled it wrong) and for the Cards to overpay for Kold. I am not sure what sort of justice I wish to befall the Rams--Maybe they can keep Bradford on the Alex Smith development path for QBs as in a new OC every season.



Or we could just improve so much as to WIN the division, as opposed to have others lose it for us to get in, like the seahawks did last year. I do wish Bradford and the Rams become a good team, and the Cards improve (or return to their superbowl run glory, however ephemeral) and the Seahawks get better... it would be great if the division improved and we still came out on top. Iron sharpens iron, right? Well, we've been a stick of butter trying to sharpen ourselves on other sticks of butter. We play these teams 6 times a year! I want to compete with the best. I think Harbaugh can get us coming out on top anyway. Best coach in the division (I hope). Best TE in the division. Arguably one of the best RB in the league. I'm holding hope for one of the best young offensive line to improve together. A few great players on defense that always give us a chance to win. Bring it on!


I am in agreement with you about wanting to beat the other teams, not win the division by default. Is our ILB Patrick Willis not good enough for you to mention in your post? Laughing I tease, I tease.



"great players on defense that always give us a chance to win."

That was referring to Patrick Willis and Justin Smith.


Way to shaft Andy Lee and Jennings.
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PostPosted: Fri Jul 22, 2011 11:36 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

SoCalNiner wrote:
rudyZ wrote:
burlow wrote:
rudyZ wrote:
burlow wrote:
I am sure some or all of you have heard the rumors of Kolb (from now on Kold) to the sissy birds, of the red variety. It is rumored to be DRC for Kold, and since I have a very low opinion of Kold I would not mind seeing that at all.

Now to the bias that Oldman pointed out, I do not so much mind having 10am games but when the commish will accommodate one teams coast to coast request and not listen to 5 others teams request.... well it makes me think he is just a bloated load of horse poo.

What I really want to see is that the Hawks lose Mabene (I know I spelled it wrong) and for the Cards to overpay for Kold. I am not sure what sort of justice I wish to befall the Rams--Maybe they can keep Bradford on the Alex Smith development path for QBs as in a new OC every season.



Or we could just improve so much as to WIN the division, as opposed to have others lose it for us to get in, like the seahawks did last year. I do wish Bradford and the Rams become a good team, and the Cards improve (or return to their superbowl run glory, however ephemeral) and the Seahawks get better... it would be great if the division improved and we still came out on top. Iron sharpens iron, right? Well, we've been a stick of butter trying to sharpen ourselves on other sticks of butter. We play these teams 6 times a year! I want to compete with the best. I think Harbaugh can get us coming out on top anyway. Best coach in the division (I hope). Best TE in the division. Arguably one of the best RB in the league. I'm holding hope for one of the best young offensive line to improve together. A few great players on defense that always give us a chance to win. Bring it on!


I am in agreement with you about wanting to beat the other teams, not win the division by default. Is our ILB Patrick Willis not good enough for you to mention in your post? Laughing I tease, I tease.



"great players on defense that always give us a chance to win."

That was referring to Patrick Willis and Justin Smith.


Way to shaft Andy Lee and Jennings.



Dude... special team players are like that special cousin we all have... he's cute the first 6 or 7 times he runs into a wall, but we're all glad when he's finally asleep. The less we see of them, the better we are! Wink
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PostPosted: Sat Aug 06, 2011 9:53 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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Cardinals NT Dan Williams is out of shape.

The Arizona Republic's Kent Somers says Williams' condition has come as a "huge disappointment" to Cardinals coaches. Troubling news after Williams struggled with his conditioning for much of his rookie season last year, at one point being a healthy scratch because he was overweight. He's still likely to start over Nick Eason at nose tackle in Week 1.

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PostPosted: Sat Aug 06, 2011 11:18 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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Cardinals NT Dan Williams is out of shape.

The Arizona Republic's Kent Somers says Williams' condition has come as a "huge disappointment" to Cardinals coaches. Troubling news after Williams struggled with his conditioning for much of his rookie season last year, at one point being a healthy scratch because he was overweight. He's still likely to start over Nick Eason at nose tackle in Week 1.

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Fifth-round choice Anthony Sherman came advertised as the best fullback in the 2011 draft. It's tough to argue with that assessment after watching Sherman early in camp. He was popping people left and right. Sherman also projects as an outstanding special-teams player Sad


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The Cardinals plan to announce Monday whether Adrian Wilson will require surgery following a Saturday injury to his elbow/biceps area. Wilson will miss time even if surgery isn't necessary.



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PostPosted: Tue Aug 09, 2011 7:46 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

My prediction of the NFC West, ready for the wild and crazy ride into my brain??

Standings

1. 49ers: 10-6
2. Rams: 9-7
3. Seahawks: 6-10
4. Cardinals: 5-11

Niners make it to the playoffs after going on a hot streak down the stetch of the end of the season. Takes their hot streak into the playoffs to be the 4th seed.

NFC Playoff seeding

1. Packers: 13-3
2. Falcons: 12-4
3. Eagles: 10-6
4. 49ers: 10-6
5. Saints: 9-7
Everyone ready for this!??!?!?!.........
6. Lions: 9-7 Oh yea baby, I believe

49ers v. saints and beat them! I think the Saints are good enough to make it to the playoffs but I'm just not feeling it for the saints this year and of course, our niners will be rolling into the playoffs with a hot streak Dancing

Eagles win their game. We play the Packers and the Eagles play the falcons. Packers and Falcons win, Falcons make it to the Superbowl. Bank it! Wink


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PostPosted: Fri Aug 12, 2011 5:30 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

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Following Thursday's preseason opener, Seahawks coach Pete Carroll hinted that LT Russell Okung indeed has another high left ankle sprain.

"It's in that area," Carroll acknowledged. The Seahawks are familiar with Okung's high ankle sprains because he suffered one on each leg last season, the more serious to Okung's left side. It's the same ankle he injured tonight. Week 1 is still a full month away, but these can be 4-6 week injuries. It's a big concern for an offense that looked totally out of sync Thursday night.


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