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PostPosted: Thu Mar 21, 2013 11:34 pm    Post subject: Devils Complete Offseason Version Uno w/256 draft picks Reply with quote

Salary Cap=123 Million
Current Cap=119.8 Million(approximate)
Top 51=117 Million(approximate)
Rookie Pool=5 Million(approximate)

Pre-Camp Cuts:(1,963,000 savings. No Cap Penalties)
RB:Josh Vaughan
WR:Marcus Jackson
TE:Andrew Szczerba
TE:Adam Nissley
CB:Terrence Johnson

Extensions:(6 Million Savings)
Matt Ryan(2013 Cap number goes down from 12 million to around 6)

Not Resigned:
QB-Luke McCown
FB-Mike Cox
TE-Michael Palmer
LB-Mike Peterson
CB-Brent Grimes
S-Chris Hope

Free Agency:(6 Million Cap in 2013)
C-Dan Koppen(Denver)
-Koppen is not the player that he used to be, but we have seen TD go out and sign older offensive linemen to push the younger guys. He would give Hawley competition during camp, and at the very least, could provide leadership, and a solid backup.
DE-Lawrence Jackson(Detroit)
-This former first round pick is considered a bust by Seattle, but many do not realize that he might have been the best all around end for Detroit during the past three years. He has put up 13 sacks during that time period, while playing rotational minutes behind Avril, and Vanden Bosch. He wouldnt be expected to give 10+ sacks, but he should be able to give 6-8, while also playing good run defense. He would also come at a cheaper price than the older ends available.
CB-Mike Jenkins(Dallas)
-Jenkins once looked like one of the better corners in the game, but over the past couple of years, his play has declined in Dallas. He is only 28 years old, and should be a low risk, low salary signing. He does not have to come in and be all world. He should be able to give adequate production at the nickle or dime corner.

That should put us right against the cap going into Training Camp.

Post-Camp Cuts:(3,765,000 Savings, No Penalties)
WR:Tim Toone
WR:Kevin Cone
TE:Tommy Gallarda
OG:Jacques McClendon
OG:Harland Gunn
DT:Micanor Regis
LB:RObert James
CB:Peyton Thomas

2013 NFL Draft(No Trades, 11 Picks)

Rd 1(30):Alex Okafor DE Texas
-Okafor is almost a no-brainer here. A third DE is needed to go along with Biermann, and Jackson. His addition will help erase the production that was lost when Abraham was cut. He is more of a LE, but I do believe that he has enough pass rush moves to where he can be more than capable on the right side. He should be able to give the team 8-10 sacks a year during his prime.
Players that would have been considered, but were taken before pick:
(24)DE-Bjoern Werner
(25)DT-Jonathan Hankins
(26)DE-Datone Jones
(28)DE-DeMontre Moore

Other Players Considered for Pick:
(31)DT-John Jenkins
(33)CB-Desmond Trufant
(34)CB-Jordan Poyer

Rd 2(62):Khaseem Greene LB Rutgers
-LB is not a huge need, but Stephen Nicholas can become expendable in 2014 and 2015, if the team needs to save money. It is believed that Greene would be able to team with Spoon and give two great coverage LBs that are needed to contain athletic TEs and RBs that are prevalent in the league today. Greene should have gone earlier(38-45 range) but with many more teams going to a 34, he was able to slip to our pick in the second round.
Players that would have been considered, but were taken before pick:
(53)CB-David Amerson
(61)DT-Sylvester Williams

Other Players Considered for Pick:
(66)OG/OT-Dallas Thomas
(67)CB-Logan Ryan
(73)LB-Sean Porter

Rd 3(94):Kwame Geathers NT Georgia
-This pick might be a little early, but true NTs are hard to find, and many are taken earlier than their draft ranking, and there is no way that Geathers would have lasted to the pick in the fourth round. Geathers can come in and join the defensive rotation behind Peters, and would give us insurance in case Peters gets injured again. Geathers is scheme dynamic, and would be a huge asset, if the team does decide to show more 34 looks in 2013.
Players that would have been considered, but were taken before pick:
(84)CB-Leon McFadden
(85)CB-Darius Slay
(92)RB-Marcus Lattimore

Other players that were considered for pick:
(95)TE-Gavin Escobar
(102)CB-BW Webb
(103)CB-Blidi Wreh-Wilson

Rd 4(129):Will Davis CB Utah State
-Atlanta finally gets the corner. Samuel, McClain, and Jenkins should combine to give the team a solid three, and the selection of Davis should push Franks for the dime spot, and maybe even Jenkins for the nickle position. He should be able to give the team an upgrade over Chris Owens, who was not resigned. Davis was one of the best playmakers in college in 2012, but a less than stellar Senior Bowl Week, pushes him down to the fourth round, even though he tested well during the combine, and at his pro day.
Players that would have been considered, but were taken before pick:
(106)TE-Travis Kelce
(118)OG-Omeregie Uzzi
(128)RB-Knile Davis

Other Players that were considered for pick:
(133)OG/OT-David Quessenberry
(135)RB-Zac Stacy
(140)CB-Tharold Simon

Rd 4(135):Zac Stacy RB Vanderbilt
-With our defensive needs taken care of with our first four picks, this selection is a perfect time for us to address the running back position. The signing of Steven Jackson gives the team flexability, but Jackson is 30 years old, and will probably give the team one or maybe two quality years. Stacy can come to the team as the fourth back, and get a little time during the games. This selection will also help the team at the FB position. This gives us the flexability to move Snelling to FB during stretches, where he has shined before.
Players that would have been considered, but were taken before pick:
(133)OG/OT-David Quessenberry

Other Players that were considered for pick:
(142)C-Khaled Holmes
(143)TE-Ryan Otten
(149)OT-Rick Wagner

Rd 5(165):Mario Benavides C Louisville
-The center job seems to be Hawley's to lose since Todd McClure, but he really hasnt shown much so far during his time in Atlanta. Adding a veteran like Koeppen, and a rookie like Benavides, should help to solidify the position. Even if Benavides does not take over as the starter this year, he could provide quality depth, or even spend a year on the practice squad, before trying to make an impact in 2014.
Players that would have been considered, but were taken before pick:
(158)WR-Cobi Hamilton
(160)TE-Mychael Rivera
(161)WR-Conner Vernon

Other players that were considered for pick:
(166)WR-Marcus Davis
(170)CB-Sanders Commings
(171)OT-Xavier Nixon

Rd 6(200):Joseph Fauria TE UCLA
-Fauria, once considered one of the top TEs in the draft, has been sliding down draft boards lately. I dont believe that its anything that he has done wrong. Its just many other tight ends have been steadily climbing throughout the past couple of months. Fauria is a huge target at 6'7, but not overly athletic. With the right tutelage, he could turn into a nice redzone threat, and could become that huge checkdown receiver that Matt Ryan loves to use.
Players that would have been considered, but were taken before pick:
(183)TE-Levine Toilolu
(188)CB-Rod Sweeting

Other players that were considered with pick:
(207)FS-John Boyett
(209)WR-Chris Harper

Rd 7(238):Ace Sanders WR South Carolina
-Sanders has shown great big play ability during his time at South Carolina. Ability that could have seen him go pretty early in April, but a bad combine, and the fact that the wide receiver position is very deep this year, he falls all the way to the end of the seventh round. Sanders definitely looks faster on the field than his 4.58 40 time. He is a player that could come in and immediately take over as a returner. Something that this team desperately needs. He could also take over as the slot receiver, if Harry Douglas continues to be a disappointment.
Players that would have been considered, but were taken before pick:
(229)CB-Johnny Adams
(236)ILB-Tom Wort

Other players that were considered with pick:
(242)QB-Sean Renfree
(243)ILB-Christian Robinson

Rd 7(245):Travis Howard CB Ohio State
-Howard is a very physical corner, and at 6' 192 pounds, he has the size to match up with any receiver. He does need tons of work with technique, and he does have the tendency to be too physical. He wouldnt have to come in right away and play, but he could give Dominique Franks a run for the fifth corner spot, and take over for Franks after his contract is up this year. Howard could also be a huge asset in special teams, since he loves to mix it up with other players.
Players that would have been considered, but were taken before pick:
(242)QB-Sean Renfree
(243)ILB-Christian Robinson

Other players that were considered with pick:
(246)LB/S-Kenny Tate
(248)DE/OLB-Dan Giordano

Rd 7(246):Kenny Tate LB/S Maryland
-Tate was once considered a top pick for the 2012 Draft, but a couple of injuries have almost left him undraftable. He was able to come back and play in Maryland's last 10 games this past year, and was actually a All-ACC Honorable Mention. If healthy, he could really be a surprise, and be a good hybrid OLB/S, that could help out against some of the better tight ends in the league. Just the type of flier that is worth taking with a 7th round comp pick. He could also be stashed on the practice squad for a year, so he can make sure he gets back to full strength.
Players that would have been considered, but were taken before pick:
(242)QB-Sean Renfree
(243)ILB-Christian Robinson

Other Players that were considered with pick:
(250)QB-Collin Klein
(251)OT-Tanner Hawkinson

Rd 7(251):Tanner Hawkinson OT Kansas
-You can never have enough offensive linemen, and Hawkinson is a player that could shift inside to guard if needed. If not, then he is strictly a right tackle, and might even get the chance to take over for Clabo, if he continues to struggle. Of course, he would have to make the team. He definitely needs a year to put on a few more pounds, and get into a NFL weight room.
Players that would have been considered, but were taken before pick:
(248)DE/OLB-Dan Giordano
(250)QB-Collin Klein

Other players that were considered with pick:
(252)QB-Jeff Tuel
(NA)QB-Seth Doege

Rookie Free Agent Pick Ups:
QB-Seth Doege Texas Tech

Depth Chart:

Offense:(24)
QB:Matt Ryan/Dominique Davis
RB:Steven Jackson/Jacquizz Rodgers/Jason Snelling/Zac Stacy
FB:Bradie Ewing
WR:Roddy White/Drew Davis
WR:Julio Jones
Slot:Harry Douglas/Ace Sanders
TE:Tony Gonzalez/Chase Coffman/Joseph Fauria
LT:Sam Baker/Lamar Holmes
LG:Justin Blalock/Mike Johnson
C:Joe Hawley/Dan Koppen
RG:Peter Konz/Garrett Reynolds
RT:Tyson Clabo

Defense:(24)
DE:Lawrence Jackson/Kroy Biermann/Jonathan Massaquio
UT:Jonathan Babineaux/Peria Jerry/Travian Robertson
NT:Corey Peters/Kwame Geathers
DE:Alex Okafor/Cliff Matthews
SLB:Stephen Nicholas/Khaseem Greene
MLB:Akeem Dent/Pat Schiller
WLB:Sean Weatherspoon
CB:Asante Samuel/Will Davis
CB:Robert McClain/DOminique Franks
Nickle:Mike Jenkins
FS:Thomas DeCoud/Charles Mitchell
SS:William Moore/Shann Schillinger

Special Teams:(3)
K:Matt Bryant
P:Matt Bosher
LS:Josh Harris
KR:Jacquizz Rodgers
PR:Ace Sanders

Practice Squad:
QB:Seth Doege
RB:Antone Smith
WR:Kerry Meier
WR:James Rodgers
C:Mario Benavides
OG:Phillipkeith Manley
OT:Tanner Hawkinson
LB/S:Kenny Tate
CB:Terry Hawthorne
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PostPosted: Thu Mar 21, 2013 11:35 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Here is my full 7 round draft for the team mock

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1.Kansas City-Luke Joeckel/OT/Texas A&M
2.Jacksonville-Barkevious Mingo/DE/LSU
3.Oakland-Star Lotulelei/DT/Utah
4.Philadelphia-Geno Smith/QB/West Virginia
5.Detroit-Dion Jordan/DE/Oregon
6.Cleveland-Dee Millner/CB/Alabama
7.Arizona-Eric Fisher/OT/Central Michigan
8.Buffalo-Tyler Wilson/QB/Arkansas
9.NY Jets-Jarvis Jones/OLB/Georgia
10.Tennessee-Ezekiel Ansah/DE/BYU
11.San Diego-Xavier Rhodes/CB/Florida State
12.Miami-Sharrif Floyd/DT/Florida
13.Tampa Bay-Sheldon Richardson/DT/Missouri
14.Carolina-Cordarrelle Patterson/WR/Tennessee
15.New Orleans-Lane Johnson/OT/Oklahoma
16.St Louis-Chance Warmack/OG/Alabama
17.Pittsburgh-Keenan Allen/WR/California
18.Dallas-Jonathan Cooper/OG/North Carolina
19.NY Giants-Alec Ogletree/ILB/Georgia
20.Chicago-Kevin Minter/ILB/LSU
21.Cincinnati-Kenny Vaccaro/FS/Texas
22.St Louis-Tavon Austin/WR/West Virginia
23.Minnesota-Arthur Brown/ILB/Kansas State
24.Indianapolis-Bjoern Werner/OLB/Florida State
25.Minnesota-Jonathan Hankins/DT/Ohio State
26.Green Bay-Datone Jones/DE/UCLA
27.Houston-Justin Hunter/WR/Tennessee
28.Denver-DeMontre Moore/DE/Texas A&M
29.New England-DeAndre Hopkins/WR/Clemson
30.Atlanta-Alex Okafor/DE/Texas
31.San Francisco-John Jenkins/NT/Georgia
32.Baltimore-Jonathan Cyprien/SS/Florida International

33.Jacksonville-Desmond Trufant/CB/Washinton
34.San Francisco-Jordan Poyer/CB/Oregon State
35.Philadelphia-Barrett Jones/OG-C/Alabama
36.Detroit-Terron Armstead/OT/Arkansas-Pine Bluff
37.Cincinnati-Manti Te'o/ILB/Notre Dame
38.Arizona-Mike Glennon/QB/North Carolina State
39.Clevenand-NONE
40.NY Jets-Eddie Lacy/RB/Alabama
41.Tennessee-Tyler Eifert/TE/Notre Dame
42.Buffalo-Quentin Patton/WR/Louisiana Tech
43.Miami-Jamar Taylor/CB/Boise State
44.Tampa Bay-Jonathan Banks/CB/Mississippi State
45.Carolina-Jesse Williams/NT/Alabama
46.New Orleans-NONE
47.San Diego-Menelik Watson/OT/Florida State
48.St Louis-Matt Elam/SS/Florida
49.Dallas-Kawann Short/DT/Purdue
50.Pittsburgh-Jamie Collins/OLB/Southern Miss
51.NY Giants-Tank Carradine/DE/Florda State
52.Chicago-Larry Warford/OG/Kentucky
53.Washington-David Amerson/CB/North Carolina State
54.Minnesota-Terrence Williams/WR/Baylor
55.Cincinnati-Giovani Bernard/RB/North Carolina
56.Miami-Kyle Long/OT-OG/Oregon
57.Green Bay-Zac Ertz/TE/Stanford
58.Seattle-Margus Hunt/UT/SMU
59.Houston-Phillip Thomas/FS/Fresno State
60.Denver-Eric Reid/FS/LSU
61.New Enland-Sylvester Williams/DT/North Carolina
62.Atlanta-Khaseem Greene/OLB/Rutgers
63.San Francisco-Shamarko Thomas/FS/Syracuse
64.Baltimore-Kevin Reddick/ILB/North Carolina

65.Kansas City-Matt Barkley/QB/USC
66.Jacksonville-Dallas Thomas/OT-OG/Tennessee
67.Detroit-Logan Ryan/CB/Rutgers
68.Oakland-Robert Woods/WR/USC
69.Philadelphia-Chris Faulk/OT/LSU
70.Cleveland-Markus Wheaton/WR/Oregon State
71.Arizona-Chase Thomas/OLB/Stanford
72.Tennessee-Robert Alford/CB/Southeast Louisiana
73.Buffalo=Sean Porter/OLB/Texas A&M
74.NY Jets-Baccari Rambo/FS/Georgia
75.Tampa Bay-Corey Lemonier/DE/Auburn
76.San Francisco-EJ Manuel/QB/Florida State
77.New Orleans-Da'Rick Rodgers/WR/Tennessee Tech
78.San Diego-DJ Fluker/OG/Alabama
79.Miami-John Simon/DE/Ohio State
80.St Louis-DJ Swearinger/FS/South Carolina
81.Pittsburgh-Andre Ellington/RB/Clemson
82.Dallas-Jonathan Franklin/RB/UCLA
83.NY Giants-Jordan Reed/TE/Florida
84.Miami-Leon McFadden/CB/San Diego State
85.Minnesota-Darius Slay/CB/Mississippi State
86.Cincinnati-Travis Frederick/OG-C/Wisconsin
87.Washington-John Bostic/ILB/Florida
88.Indianapolis-Ryan Swope/WR/Texas A&M
89.Seattle-Oday Aboushi/OT/Virginia
90.Green Bay-Le'Veon Bell/RB/Michigan State
91.Houston-Brandon Jenkins/OLB/Florida State
92.Denver-Marcus Lattimore/RB/South Carolina
93.New England-Sam Montgomery/DE/LSU
94.Atlanta-Kwame Geathers/NT/Georgia
95.San Francisco-Gavin Escobar/TE/San Diego State
96.Baltimore-Justin Pugh/OG/Syracuse
97.Houston-Ryan Nassib/QB/Syracuse
98.Kansas City-Stepfan Taylor/RB/Stanford
99.Tennessee-Tavarres King/WR/Georgia

100.Jacksonville-Joseph Randle/RB/Oklahoma State
101.Kansas City-Kiko Alonso/ILB/Oregon
102.Oakland-BW Webb/CB/William & Mary
103.Philadelphia-Blidi Wreh-WIlson/CB/UCONN
104.Minnesota-JJ WIlcox/SS/Georgia Southern
105.Arizona-Brandon WIlliams/NT/Missouri Southern State
106.Cleveland-Travis Kelce/TE/Cincinnati
107.Buffalo-Alvin Bailey/OG/Arkansas
108.NY Jets-Daniel Bakhtari/OT/Colorado
109.Tennessee-Brian Winters/OG/Kent State
110.Carolina-Tony Jefferson/FS/Oklahoma
111.New Orleans-Zac Dysert/QB/Miami OH
112.San Diego-Shawn WIlliams/SS/Georgia
113.Miami-Vance McDonald/TE/Nevada
114.Tampa Bay-Aaron Dobson/WR/Marshall
115.St Louis-Mike Gillislee/RB/Florida
116.Dallas-Tyler Bray/QB/Tennessee
117.Pittsburgh-Earl WOlff/SS/North Carolina State
118.NY Jets-Omoregie Uzzi/OG/Georgia Tech
119.Chicago-Brian Schuenke/C/California
120.Cincinnati-Zavier Gooden/OLB/Missouri
121.Washington-Stedman Bailey/WR/West Virginia
122.Minnesota-David Bass/DE/Missouri Western State
123.Indianapolis-Tyran Mathieu/FS/LSU
124.Green Bay-Duke Williams/SS/Nevada
125.Seattle-Trevardo Williams/OLB/UCONN
126.Houston-Vince Williams/ILB/Florida State
127.Denver-Bennie Logan/DT/LSU
128.Tampa Bay-Knile Davis/RB/Arkansas
129.Atlanta-Will Davis/CB/Utah State
130.San Francisco-Devin Taylor/DE/South Carolina
131.Baltimore-Kenny Stills/WR/Oklahoma
132.Baltimore-Sio Moore/OLB/UCONN
133.San Francisco-David Quessenberry/OT-OG/San Jose State
134.Detroit-Jelani Jenkins/OLB/Florida
135.Atlanta-Zac Stacy/RB/Vanderbilt

136.Kansas City-Josh Evans/FS/Florida
137.Jacksonville-Akeem Spence/DT/Illinois
138.Philadelphia-William Gholston/DE/Michigan State
139.Detroit-Malliciah Goodman/DE/Clemson
140.Seattle-Tharold Simon/CB/LSU
141.Cleveland-Gerald Hodges/ILB/Penn State
142.Arizona-Khaled Holmes/C/USC
143.NY Jets-Ryan Otten/TE/San Jose State
144.Tennessee-Jordan Hill/DT/Penn State
145.Buffalo-Josh Boyce/WR/TCU
146.New Orleans-Cornelius Washington/OLB/Georgia
147.San Diego-Landry Jones/QB/Oklahoma
148.Miami-Lonnie Pryor/FB/Florida State
149.Tampa Bay-Rick Wagner/OT/Wisconsin
150.Carolina-Dwayne Gratz/CB/UCONN
151.St Louis-DeVonte Holloman/OLB/South Carolina
152.Pittsburgh-Nico Johnson/ILB/ALabama
153.Dallas-TJ McDonald/FS/USC
154.NY Giants-Marquise Goodman/WR/Texas
155.Chicago-Terry Hawthorne/CB/Illinois
156.Washington-Robert Lester/SS/Alabama
157.Minnesota-Montee Ball/RB/Wisconsin
158.Cincinnati-Cobi Hamilton/WR/Arkansas
159.San Francisco-Dustin Hopkins/K/Florida State
160.Seattle-Mychael Riviera/TE/Tennessee
161.Green Bay-Conner Vernon/WR/Duke
162.Houston-Montori Hughes/NT/Tennessee Martin
163.Denver-Cooper Taylor/SS/Richmond
164.Washington-Steve WIlliams/CB/California
165.Atlanta-Mario Benavides/C/Louisville
166.San Francisco-Marcus Davis/WR/Texas
167.Baltimore-Brandan Bishop/FS/North Carolina State
168.Miami-Garret Gilkey/OG/Chadron State
169.Green Bay-AJ Klein/ILB/Iowa State
170.Baltimore-Sanders Commings/CB/Georgia

171.Jacksonville-Xavier Nixon/OT/Florida
172.Kansas City-Joe Kruger/DE/Utah
173.Detroit-Brad WIng/P/LSU
174.Oakland-Michael Buchanan/DE/Illinois
175.Cleveland-Matt Scott/QB/Arizona
176.Arizona-Christine Michael/RB/Texas A&M
177.Cleveland-Chris JOnes/DE/Bowling Green
178.Arizona-Michael WIlliams/TE/Alabama
179.Buffalo-Nick Kasa/TE/Colorado
180.NY Jets-Brandon McGee/CB/Miami
181.San Diego-Stansley Maponga/OLB/TCU
182.San Francisco-Bruce Taylor/ILB/Virginia Tech
183.Tampa Bay-Levine Toilolu/TE/Stanford
184.Carolina-Brennan Williams/OT/North Carolina
185.New Orleans-TJ Barnes/NT/Georgia Tech
186.St LOuis-Jordan Rodgers/QB/Vanderbilt
187.Dallas-PJ Lonergan/C/LSU
188.Pittsburgh-Rod Sweeting/CB/Georgia Tech
189.NY Giants-Zeke Motta/FS/Notre Dame
190.Chicago-Wes Horton/DE/USC
191.Minnesota-Huge Thornton/OG/Illinois
192.Cincinnati-Josh Boyd/DT/Mississippi State
193.Washington-Jeff Baca/OG/UCLA
194.Indianapolis-Blaize Foltz/OG/TCU
195.Green Bay-Quanterus Smith/OLB/Western Kentucky
196.Seattle-Caleb Sturgis/K/Florida
197.Houston-Micah Hyde/CB/Iowa
198.Tampa Bay-Keith Pough/OLB/Howard
199.Cincinnati-Manase Foketi/OT/West TExas A&M
200.Atlanta-Joseph Fauria/TE/UCLA
201.Baltimore-Denard Robinson/ATH/Michigan
202.Baltimore-TJ Johnson/C-OG/South Carolina
203.Houston-Ryan Allen/P/Louisiana Tech
204.Tennessee-Cameron Lawrence/OLB/Mississippi State
205.Baltimore-Steve Greer/ILB/Virginia
206.Kansas City-Zach Line/FB/SMU
207.Oakland-John Boyett/FS/Oregon
208.Pittsburgh-JC Tretter/OG/Cornell

209.Kansas City-Chris Harper/WR/Kansas State
210.Jacksonville-Travis Long/OLB/Washington State
211.Oakland-Jawan James/RB/Rutgers
212.Philadelphia-Braxston Cave/C/Notre Dame
213.Detroit-Everett Dawkins/DT/Florida State
214.Philadelphia-Brandon Kauffman/WR/Eastern Washington
215.Minnesota-Corey Grissom/DT/USF
216.Seattle-Branden Hansen/OG-C/BYU
217.NY Jets-Jawanza Starling/SS/USC
218.Tennessee-Quinn Sharp/P-K/Oklahoma State
219.Miami-Theo Reddick/RB/Notre Dame
220.New England-Jordan Mills/OT/Louisiana Tech
221.Oakland-Leventee McCray/OLB/Florida
222.Seattle-Ray Ray Armstrong/SS/
223.San Diego-Kenjon Barner/RB/Oregon
224.St LOuis-Lavar Edwards/DE/LSU
225.Pittsburgh-Adrian Buschell/CB/Louisville
226.Miami-Rashard Hall/FS/Clemson
227.NY Giants-Brad Sorenson/QB/Southern Utah
228.Philadelphia-George Winn/RB/Cincinnati
229.San Francisco-Johnny Adams/CB/Michigan State
230.Washington-Damian Square/DE/Alabama
231.Minnesota-Colby Cameron/QB/Louisiana Tech
232.Philadelphia-Larry Black/NT/Indiana
233.Minnesota-Ty Powell/OLB/Harding
234.Green Bay-Graham Pocic/C/Illinois
235.Houston-Jake Stoneburner/TE/Ohio State
236.Denver-Tom Wort/ILB/Oklahoma
237.New England-Nickell Robey/CB/USC
238.Atlanta-Ace Sanders/WR/South Carolina
239.San Francisco-Reid Fragel/OT/Ohio State
240.Baltimore-Brandon Moore/DT/Texas
241.Philadelphia-Marquess Wilson/WR/Washington State
242.Cincinnati-Sean Renfree/QB/Duke
243.Seattle-Christian Robinson/ILB/Georgia
244.Seattle-Dennis Johnson/RB/Arkansas
245.Atlanta-Travis Howard/CB/Ohio State
246.Atlanta-Kenny Tate/OLB-S/Maryland
247.Detroit-Brett Maher/K/Nebraska
248.San Francisco-Dan Giordano/OLB/Cincinnati
249.Baltimore-Kerwynn Williams/RB/Utah State
250.Tennessee-Collin Klein/QB/Kansas State
251.Atlanta-Tanner Hawkinson/OT/Kansas
252.Miami-Jeff Tuel/QB/Washington State
253.Cincinnati-Zach Sudfeld/TE/Nevada
254.San Francisco-Miguel Maysonet/RB/Stoney Brook
255.NY Giants-AJ Francis/DT/Maryland
256.Indianapolis-Dalton Freeman/C/Clemson

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PostPosted: Thu Mar 21, 2013 11:48 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

YES YES YES. This is awesome! Love that draft! If I have to nitpick one thing, it's the Stacy pick, but I don't really care! This has to happen!
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PostPosted: Thu Mar 21, 2013 11:51 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I'm pretty sure Antone can't be on the PS any more?

On the FA I like most of the signings. Out of the box. Not sure Mike is a TD type of guy as he is considered a locker room cancer (we did sign Ray though so who the hell knows).

On the draft, I like it for the most part. I really don't think we would draft Okafor to be a 3rd DE. I would have liked to see us get a S somewhere to replace Schillinger somehow.

All in all, very good IMO
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PostPosted: Fri Mar 22, 2013 9:08 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

It's ok. I am not in love with Mike Jenkins. He plays off WR's all the time but yet still gets beat in coverage. That also leaves us without a #1 or #2 Cb ( If you include Asante as #1). I also don't see the value of drafting a guy like Stacy that high. He probably will be on the board in the 6th round. Also, Geathers is also high. He has showed a tendency to get lost in games and have zero impact. I am assuming you feel good about our Guard situation, but I'd like for us to pick a Guard that can compete with Reynolds in the 3rd round or higher. I still think the Oline could benefit to get a bit stronger.
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PostPosted: Fri Mar 22, 2013 1:10 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

That free agency would not be like Dimitroff at all, which kinds of screws up the draft IMO. Solid draft, although I don't think Greene makes it to the late second.
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PostPosted: Fri Mar 22, 2013 8:20 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Mike Jenkins is TERRIBLE. find a different CB and it'll be fine.
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PostPosted: Fri Mar 22, 2013 9:05 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

adam9 wrote:
I'm pretty sure Antone can't be on the PS any more?

On the FA I like most of the signings. Out of the box. Not sure Mike is a TD type of guy as he is considered a locker room cancer (we did sign Ray though so who the hell knows).

On the draft, I like it for the most part. I really don't think we would draft Okafor to be a 3rd DE. I would have liked to see us get a S somewhere to replace Schillinger somehow.

All in all, very good IMO


PS is 3 years right? Smith will be going into his third, so he would be ok I believe.

Okafor would be a starter. I would see Biermann as the 3rd DE, but Smith will rotate everyone.

I was trying for a SS, since we got Mitchell to backup DeCoud last year, and he showed some promise on ST, but it never worked out, and the SS position isnt that deep this year. One of the reasons I looked to Tate as a LB/S hybrid type player.

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It's ok. I am not in love with Mike Jenkins. He plays off WR's all the time but yet still gets beat in coverage. That also leaves us without a #1 or #2 Cb ( If you include Asante as #1). I also don't see the value of drafting a guy like Stacy that high. He probably will be on the board in the 6th round. Also, Geathers is also high. He has showed a tendency to get lost in games and have zero impact. I am assuming you feel good about our Guard situation, but I'd like for us to pick a Guard that can compete with Reynolds in the 3rd round or higher. I still think the Oline could benefit to get a bit stronger.


We cant get too much better than Jenkins with the money we have. TD has shown a good eye at getting a bargain from the CB position(Foxworth/Hayden/forgetting someone), and whether its Jenkins or someone else, I doubt we'd get anyone thats much better.

Stacy was the comp 4th pick, so its not like he is early. Plus he measured in at a great size, and ran well at the combine, so I could easily see him work his way up to the 3-4 rounds. Plus after the first 5 or so guys, there is a huge jumble of about 10 or so backs that could go anywhere.

True NTs are hard to find, and ones as versatile as Geathers are hard to find. He might project to a 4th round grade, but we have seen in the past that those guys leave the board early, and if we dont select him in the 3rd, then we wont get him, and there isnt much talent at the position after him this year.

swoosh wrote:
That free agency would not be like Dimitroff at all, which kinds of screws up the draft IMO. Solid draft, although I don't think Greene makes it to the late second.


Koppen is right up TDs alley. He has gone dumpster diving for o-linemen in the past. Koppen fits the bill. Dont see the problem with Jackson. He will be cheap, and has played well in rotational action the past few years. Sounds like Turner to me(not that I think he would turn out like Turner did). Jenkins is the question mark because of his attitude, but TD doesnt have much choice if he goes after a FA CB. He's good at bringing in over the hill or never has been defensive backs, and they have done the job. SO whether its Jenkins. Rashean Mathis, or Sheldon Brown, I have trust that TD is getting the right guy.
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PostPosted: Fri Mar 22, 2013 9:38 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Everything you said sounds right. I think Antone couldn't be on the PS because he's been on the 53 man so much. Not 100% on how that works for sure..
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