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PostPosted: Sun Feb 07, 2010 3:31 pm    Post subject: FFMD 2010: The Oakland Raiders War Room Reply with quote

Welcome to the Oakland Raiders 2010 War Room!!!!!



Rosters - https://spreadsheets.google.com/lv?key=0Apnv-z1-3M8SdDNCMFpJTVJ4U3gyWWZRU2l2Skw0UkE&f=0

Coaching Staff
General Manager: Riceraider8080
Assistant GM: thelawoffices
Capologist/John Herrera: SanDiegoRaiderFan
Trade Consultant: DarthDavis
Head Coach: sundancejoe
Offensive Coordinator: Jamethus92
Defensive Coordinator: Heart of Oak
Director of Scouting: Al davis=0-16
Offensive Head Scout: 91jmay
Defensive Head Scout: RaiderNation7
QB, RB, and FB Scout: alex_93
WR, TE, and K Scout: mattrice
OL Scout: StocktonSav
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The return to the promise land starts NOW!!!
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Below is the depth chart with currently signed players...

Offense
QB: Jamarcus Russell
RB: Michael Bush - Darren McFadden - Justin Fargas
FB: Oren O'Neal
WR: Chaz Schilens - Louis Murphy - Yamon Figurs - Shawn Bodiford
WR: Darius Heyward-Bey - Johnnie Lee Higgins - Nick Miller
TE: Zach Miller - Brandon Myers - Tony Stewart
LT: Mario Henderson
LG: Robert Gallery
C: Samson Satele
RG: Cooper Carlisle - Brandon Rodd
RT:

Defense
RE:
UT: Richard Seymour - Desmond Bryant
NT: Tommy Kelly - Gerard Warren
LE: Matt Shaughnessy - Jay Richardson
WLB:
MLB:
SLB: Trevor Scott - Slade Norris
CB: Nmandi Asomugha
CB: Chris Johnson
FS: Michael Huff
SS: Tyvon Branch - Mike Mitchell

Special Teams
K: Sebastian Janikowski
P: Shane Lechler
LS:


Unrestricted Free Agents
OT Cornell Green
OG Langston Walker
DE/DT Richard Seymour
OLB Sam Williams
K Sebastian Janikowski

Restricted Free Agents
QB Bruce Gradkowski
QB Charlie Frye
QB JP Losman
FB Luke Lawton
OT Khalif Barnes
C Chris Morris
MLB Kirk Morrison
OLB Thomas Howard
OLB Ricky Brown
OLB Jon Alston
CB Stanford Routt
FS Hiram Eugene

Exclusive Rights Free Agents
RB/FB Gary Russell
WR Todd Watkins
CB/WR Jonathan Holland
LB David Nixon
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Top 100 Big Board
1. DT Ndamukong Suh - Nebraska
2. FS Eric Berry - Tennessee
3. DT Gerald McCoy - Oklahoma
4. DE Derrick Morgan - Georgia Tech
5. MLB Rolando McClain - Alabama
6. OT Russell Okung - Oklahoma St.
7. WR Dez Bryant - Oklahoma St.
8. DE Brandon Graham - Michigan
9. DE/OLB Sergio Kindle - Texas
10. DE/OLB Jerry Hughes - TCU
11. MLB Brandon Spikes - Florida
12. CB Joe Haden - Florida
13. FS Earl Thomas - Texas
14. DT Terrence Cody - Alabama
15. SS Taylor Mays - USC
16. QB Jimmy Clausen - Notre Dame
17. OT Charles Brown - USC
18. RB Jonathan Dwyer - Georgia Tech
19. OT Bryan Baluga - Iowa
20. OG Mike Iupati - Idaho
21. OLB Sean Weatherspoon - Missouri
22. OT Ternt Williams - Oklahoma
23. OT Anthony Davis - Rutgers
24. DE Everson Griffin - USC
25. RB CJ Spiller - Clemson
26. WR Damian Williams - USC
27. CB Trevard Lindley - Kentucky
28. OT Bruce Campbell - Maryland
29. RB Joe McKnight - USC
30. DE Jason Pierre-Paul - USF
31. RB Ryan Matthews - Fresno St.
32. DT Brian Price - UCLA
33. OLB Navarro Bowman - Penn St.
34. RB Jahvid Best - Cal
35. WR Golden Tate - Notre Dame
36. FS Nate Allen - USF
37. TE Jermaine Gresham - Oklahoma
38. SS Reshad Jones - Georgia
39. TE Rob Gronkowski - Arizona
40. WR Demaryius Thomas - Georgia Tech
41. C Maurkice Pouncey - Florida
42. OT Ciron Black - LSU
43. CB Donovan Warren - Michigan
44. DT Arthur Jones - Syracuse
45. DE Carlos Dunlap - Florida
46. DT Jared Odrick - Penn St.
47. DE/OLB Thaddeus Gibson - Ohio St.
48. DE/OLB Eric Norwood - South Carolina
49. SS Morgan Burnett - Georgia Tech
50. WR Arrelious Benn - Illinois
51. QB Sam Bradford - Oklahoma
52. DT Dan Williams - Tennessee
53. DE Corey Wootton - Northwestern
54. OLB Dekoda Watson - Florida St.
55. OLB Rennie Curran - Georgia
56. CB SydQuan Thompson - Cal
57. FS TJ Ward - Oregon
58. CB Amari Spievey - Iowa
59. DE/OLB Ricky Sapp - Clemson
60. OT Selvish Capers - West Virginia
61. WR Brandon LaFell - LSU
62. WR Marshawn Gilyard - Cincinnati
63. RB Anthony Dixon - Mississippi St.
64. QB Tony Pike - Cincinnati
65. MLB Micah Johnson - Kentucky
66. SS Chad Jones - LSU
67. OT Jason fox - Miami(FL)
68. QB Tim Tebow - Florida
69. RB Toby Gerhart - Stanford
70. TE Aaron Hernandez - Florida
71. DE Austen Lane - Murray St.
72. OLB Rico McCoy - Tennessee
73. DT Lamarr Houston - Texas
74. FS Darrell Stuckey - Kansas
75. DE/OLB Brandon Lang - Troy
76. SS Kam Chancellor - Virginia Tech
77. OG Mike Williams - Alabama
78. WR Dezmon Briscoe - Kansas
79. WR Jeremy Williams - Tulane
80. OG Vladimir Ducasse - UMASS
81. WR Jordan Shipley - Texas
82. OT Kyler Calloway - Iowa
83. DT Vince Oghobaase - Duke
84. DE/OLB Roddrick Muckleroy - Texas
85. SS Major Wright - Florida
86. WR Danario Alexander - Missouri
87. TE Dennis Pitta - BYU
88. CB Brandon Ghee - Wake Forest
89. TE Anthony McCoy - USC
90. DE CJ Wilson - ECU
91. RB Ben Tate - Auburn
92. DE/OLB George Selvie - USF
93. OT Sam Young - Notre Dame
94. MLB Pat Angerer - Iowa
95. FS Kurt Coleman - Ohio St.
96. OLB AJ Edds - Iowa
97. MLB Joe Pawelek - Baylor
98. DE/OLB O'Brien Scheffield - Wisconsin
99. DT Boo Robinson - Wake Forest
100. DE Willie Young - North Carolina St.

Player Profiles and rankings

Quarterbacks

1. *Jimmy Clausen - Notre Dame*

2. *Sam Bradford - Oklahoma*

3. Tony Pike - Cincinnati

4. Tim Tebow - Florida

5. Colt McCoy - Texas

6. Dan LeFevour - Central Michigan

7. Sean Canfield - Oregon St.
Hieght: 6’3”
Weight: 221
Projected round: 4th

Positives:
Good height, but skinny build must get bigger
Very accurate
Quick Snappy release
Makes quick reads, but doesn't look after the football well
Good vs the blitz
Tough and competitive
Good leader
Productive

Negatives:
Adequate but not a great arm
Forces the ball way too much and will not get away with it at the NFL level
Makes too many bad decisions
Injury concerns
Inexperienced
Limited upside

Overview:
I like Canfield as a prospect and I think he could become a very solid NFL player and at least a reliable backup QB. However, I do not like the way he tries to force balls and his decisions have to be better. In the NFL all his throws have to be pinpoint for him to have any chance of being a starter. His inexperience is also a problem because it means he is alot less smart than a QB like Pike for example who I would chose over Canfield. However, he is solid in every game he plays and has proven himself vs the likes of USC and California that he can play vs the best.

8. *Jevan Snead - Ole Miss*

9. Max Hall - BYU

10. John Skelton - Fordham

11. Tim Hiller - Western Michigan
Height: 6’5”
Weight: 215
Projected round: 6th

Positives:
Has NFL size at QB, tall and with decent size.
Good arm strength
Is Smart with the football and doesn't force it into coverage
Play in a pro style offense
Has a feel for the blitz
Can dominate and has some huge games
Accuracy is good when he is on
Good character and work ethic
Productive Junior year

Weaknesses:
His footwork is poor
Slow on his reads
No mobility
Not sold on him as the leader he is said to be
Inconsistant
Limited upside as he already seems pretty polished

Overview:
Hiller had an excellent junior year and looked a top QB until the Ball state game and it has been all downhill from there. He has regressed since then and has been average. His stats look good but when you break it down some of his game have been dreadful. 4ints vs ball state, 40% completion vs Michigan State and 3 ints vs N. Illinios are not acceptable from a QB in the NFL. He has really not faced much top opposition and has struggled when he has even as a junior when he was poor at the Texas bowl and also the ball state game in 2008.

Inconsistancy and the fact that he is regressing and regressing college player do not succeed in the NFL don't really make him draftable imo, and if he were not a from a pro-style offense I doubt he would even have a chance of being drafted.

12. Bill Stull - Pitt

The rest...
Ryan Perriloux - Jacksonville St.
Joe Webb - UAB
Zac Robinson - Oklahoma St.
Mike Kafka - Northwestern

Runningbacks

1. *Jonathan Dwyer - Georgia Tech*

1. CJ Spiller - Clemson

2. *Ryan Matthews - Fresno St.*

3. *Jahvid Best - Cal*

4. Anthony Dixon - Mississippi St.

5. Toby Gerhart - Stanford
Hieght: 6’1”
Weight: 235
Projected round: 2nd-3rd

Positives:
Good size
Powerful running the ball
Great leg drive before and after contact
Can spot the gap
Seems to love contacts and often comes back for more
Very good at getting the short yards
Constantly churns out poitive yards
Can acrry for a whole game
Can pass protect

Negatives:
Average speed
Not a big play threat
No moves in the open field
Not going to beat defenders
Lack of accelleration
His tendancy to stiff arm could lead to fumbles
Not a threat to run outside the tackles
Not a pass catching threat
Runs very upright and would present a target at the NFL level
Not much upside
Not a fullback

Overview:
There is no doubt that there is no better between the tackles runner than Gerhart in this draft. But to be an NFL running back you need more. Gerhart is also not a fullback. He has no lead blocking experience and cannot be a pass catcher as he doesn't have great hands. As a running back he is like the lovechild of Bush and Fargas and gives us nothing we don't already have. To me Gerhart is a wasted pick for our team and although he is a good player he is the same as what we have at RB and we could get better fullbacks in the draft in the form of Jackson or Clapp.

6. Ben Tate - Auburn

7. Montario Hardesty - Tennessee

8. LaGarrette Blount - Oregon

9. Charles Scott - LSU

10. James Starks - Buffalo

11. Javarris James - Miami(FL)

12. Andre Dixon - UCONN

The rest...
Andre Anderson - Tulane
Chris Brown - Oklahoma
Keith Toston - Oklahoma St.
*Shawnbrey McNeal - SMU*
Brandon Minor - Michigan

Fullbacks

1. Dorin Dickerson - Pitt

2. Rashawn Jackson - Virginia

3. Richard Dickson - LSU

The rest...
Cory Jackson - Maryland
Dennis Morris - Louisiana Tech

Wide Receivers

1. *Dez Bryant - Oklahoma St.*

2. *Damian Williams - USC*

3. *Golden Tate - Notre Dame*

4. *Demaryius Thomas - Georgia Tech*

5. *Arrelious Benn - Illinois*

6. Brandon LaFell - LSU

7. Marshawn Gilyard - Cincinnati

8. *Dezmon Briscoe - Kansas*

9. Jeremy Williams - Tulane

10. Jordan Shipley - Texas

11. Danario Alexander - Missouri

12. Eric Decker - Minnesota

13. Jacoby Ford - Clemson

14. *Mike Williams - Syracuse*

15. Dexter McCluster - Ole Miss
Height:5’8”
Weight: 165
Projected round: 4th

Positives:
Big time Playmaker
Fantastic ability to cut off both feet
Very hard to tackle in the open field
Great burst
Great hands
Has breakaway speed
Goes into contact hard despite his size
Can Play RB or slot reciever
Runs hard between the tackles, but not sure if this translates
Absolutely dominated the senior bowl
Can dominate games

Negative:
His size will restrict his role in a NFL offense
Not an everydown back
Hasn't had a big college season
Has only been prominant in 5 games
Has games where he does very little
We already have invested in 3 RB's

Overview:
McCluster really has no major weaknesses for us exept the pick. His size does not restrict his role to be a gamebreaker Sproles type, we do not need an everydown back, the fact that he ran for almost 300 yards on a stout Tennessee defense is more than enough evidence that he is for real and since Arkansas he has been unstoppable. If we were to trade McFadden and we got a 3rd for him I would love to use our 2nd on him. However, it's a position we have little need for

16. *Carlton Mitchell - South Florida*

17. Blair White - Michigan St.

18. Naaman Roosevelt - Buffalo

The rest...
Trindon Holliday - LSU
Riley Cooper - Florida
*Chris Bell - Norfolk St.*
Chris McGaha - Arizona St.
Antonio Brown - Central Michigan

Tight Ends

1. Jermaine Gresham - Oklahoma

2. *Rob Gronkowski - Arizona*

3. *Aaron Hernandez - Florida*

4. Dennis Pitta - BYU

5. Anthony McCoy - USC

6. Ed Dickson - Oregon

7. Colin Peek - Alabama

8. Tony Moeaki - Iowa

9. Nate Byham - Pitt

10. Andrew Quarless - Penn St.

11. Jimmy Graham - Miami(FL)

12. Jeron Mastrud - Kansas St.

The rest...
Jim Dray - Stanford
Jeff Cumberland - Illinois
Dedrick Epps - Miami(FL)
Scott Sicko - New Hampshire
Mickey Shuler - Penn St.

Offensive Tackles

1. Russell Okung - Oklahoma St.

2. Charles Brown - USC

3. *Bryan Baluga - Iowa*

4. Trent Williams - Oklahoma

5. *Anthony Davis - Rutgers*

6. *Bruce Campbell - Maryland*

7. Ciron Black - LSU

8. Selvish Capers - West Virginia

9. Jason Fox - Miami(FL)

10. Kyle Calloway - Iowa

11. Sam Young - Notre Dame

12. Adam Ulatoski - Texas

13. Ed Wang - Virginia Tech

14. Jared Veldheer - Hillsdale

15. Kevin Haslam - Rutgers

16. Rodger Saffold - Indiana

The rest...
Chris Marinelli - Stanford
Derek Hardman - Eastern Kentucky
Casey Knips - South Dakota St.
Mike Tepper - Cal

Offensive Guards

1. Mike Iupati - Idaho

2. Mike Johnson - Alabama

3. Vladamir Ducasse - UMASS

4. Mitch Petrus - Arkansas

5. Sergio Render - Virginia Tech

6. Jon Asamoah - Illinois

7. Zane Beadles - Utah

8. Brandon Carter - Texas Tech

9. Shawn Lauvao - Arizona St.

10. Chris Scott - Tennessee

11. John Jerry - Ole Miss

12. Dennis Landolt - Penn St.

The rest...
Thomas Austin - Clemson
Jeff Byers - USC
Reggie Stephens - Iowa St.
Alonzo Durham - Nevada

Centers

1. *Maurkice Pouncey - Florida*

2. Matt Tennant - Boston College

3. JD Walton - Baylor

4. Eric Olsen - Notre Dame

5. Kenny Alfred - Washington St.

6. Ted Larson - North Carolina St.

7. Chris Hall - Texas

8. Jacob Hickman - Nebraska

The rest...
Jon Estes - Hawaii
Jim Cordle - Ohio St.
Chris Fisher - Louisiana-Lafayette
Eric Cook - New Mexico
Kyle Mutcher - Weber St.

Defensive Ends

1. *Derrick Morgan - Georgia Tech*

1. Brandon Graham - Michigan

2. Greg Hardy - Ole Miss

3. *Everson Griffin - USC*
Height-6’3, Weight-280
Projected 40 Time: 4.70
Projected Round: 1-2
Can play 4-3 DE or 3-4 OLB. Good size, put on some weight coming into this season which benefited him greatly. Very very quick first step, good overall speed, excellent athlete. Plays with good pad level, rangy and great in pursuit. Very high upside.

Griffen was never the dominate player in college that he was capable of being. Inconsistent. Struggles to diagnose plays. Lacks a pass rush repertoire, not much of a motor. Doesn’t really play a high percentage of snaps. Overall he is a very raw prospect and doesn’t really warrant a top 20 pick. He may have been better off staying a senior season.

4. *Jason Pierre-Paul - USF*

5. *Carlos Dunlap - Florida*

6. Corey Wootton - Northwestern
Height-6’7, Weight-280
Projected 40 Time: 4.80
Projected Round: 2-3
Interesting DE prospect can play 4-3 LE or 3-4 DE, his frame has room for a couple pounds, would be a monster playing 3-4 DE at 6’7 290. Had 6 TFL and 4 sacks as a senior. Had a solid 2008 season with 16 TFL and 10 sacks. Blocked many kicks and punts threw out his collegiate career, Northwestern really moved him into the line-up slowly because of his knee injury. Quick for his size. Provides a team versatility on special teams and is a punter/kicker’s nightmare.

Minor knee surgery back in Jan/09. Not really a consistent producer, can disappear during stretches. Doesn’t really have that pass rushing repertoire, which projects him to likely be a 3-4 DE. Likely to fall to the late second round, maybe the third round.

7. Austen Lane - Murray St.

8. CJ Wilson - East Carolina

9. Willie Young - North Carolina St.

10. Jermaine Cunningham - Florida

11. Jeffrey Fitzgerald - Kansas St.

12. Rahim Alem - LSU

13. *Clifton Geathers - South Carolina

14. Jammie Kirlew - Indiana

15. *Jason Worilds - Virginia Tech*

16. Greg Middleton - Indiana

17. Alex Carrington - Arkansas St.

18. Jan Jorgenson - BYU

The rest...
George Johnson - Rutgers
Auston English - Oklahoma
*Kevin Basped - Nevada*
Alex Daniels - Cincinnati
Lindsey Witten - UCONN

Defensive Tackles

1. Ndamukong Suh - Nebraska

2. *Gerald McCoy - Oklahoma*

3. Terrence Cody - Alabama

4. *Brian Price - UCLA*

5. Arthur Jones - Syracuse

6. Jared Odrick - Penn St.

7. Dan Williams - Tennessee

8. Cam Thomas - North Carolina
Height-6’4, Weight-331
Projected 40 time: 5.15
Projected Round: 2-3
Cam Thomas had a great Senior Bowl performance, following his performance he may have established himself as the #3 NT in the draft. Likely won’t make it out of the 2nd round. Doesn’t have eye popping numbers but North Carolina’s laid back scheme could be the reason why. Experienced defensive tackle with great size. Offensive line-men have a hard time moving his 6’3, 330 pound frame. As large as Thomas is, he is surprisingly athletic and has excellent footwork.

Needs to learn how to stay low at the point of attack. Doesn’t have the flashy numbers but played next to Marvin Austin and was a part of a very solid North Carolina defence this past season.

9. Lamarr Houston - Texas

10. Vince Oghobaase - Duke

11. Boo Robinson - Wake Forest

12. Tyson Alualu - Cal

13. Terrell Troup - UCF
Height-6’3, Weight-314
Projected 40 time: 5.34
Projected Round: 3-4
Troup dominated the opposition in East-West Shrine practices. He is strong and very good at the point of attack. The #4 NT behind Dan Williams, Cody and C.Thomas. Has room on his frame to put on a solid 10-15 pounds.

As an underclassman Troup had 12.5 TFL. His senior season wasn’t quite so productive, but this could be because of the two solid DE’s playing beside him and this allowed him to really focus on the run and did a great job holding the point of attack and tallied 32 tackles as a Senior.

14. D'Anthony Smith - Louisiana Tech

15. Geno Atkins - Georgia

16. Mick Williams - Pitt

The rest...
Jay Ross - East Carolina
Mike Neal - Purdue
Corey Peterson - Kentucky
Al Woods - LSU

3-4 Outside Linebackers

1. Jerry Hughes - TCU

2. Sergio Kindle - Texas

3. *Thaddeus Gibson - Ohio St.*

4. Eric Norwood - South Carolina

5. Ricky Sapp - Clemson

6. Brandon Lang - Troy

7. Roddrick Muckleroy - Texas

8. George Selvie - USF

9. O'Brien Scheffield - Wisconsin

10. Dexter Davis - Arizona St.

11. Antonio Coleman - Auburn

12. Cameron Sheffield - Troy

The rest...
Albert McClellan - Marshall
Brandon Sharpe - Texas Tech
Aaron Morgan - Louisiana-Monroe
Koa Misi - Utah

Outside Linebackers

1. Sean Weatherspoon - Missouri

2. *Novarro Bowman - Penn St.*

3. Dekoda Watson - Florida St.

4. *Rennie Curran - Georgia*

5. Rico McCoy - Tennessee

6. AJ Edds - Iowa

7. Reggie Carter - UCLA

8. Perry Riley - LSU

9. Stevenson Sylvester - Utah

10. Kavell Connor - Clemson

11. Keaton Kristick - Oregon St.

12. Jason Beauchamp - UNLV

The rest...
Austin Spitler - Ohio St.
Jason Werner - Purdue
Keenan Clayton - Oklahoma
Justin Cole - San Jose St.

Inside Linebackers

1. *Rolando McClain - Alabama*

2. Brandon Spikes - Florida

3. Micah Johnson - Kentucky

4. Sean Lee - Penn St.

5. Pat Angerer - Iowa

6. Joe Pawelek - Baylor

7. Daryl Washington - TCU

8. Jamar Chaney - Mississippi St.

9. Boris Lee - Troy

10. Darryl Sharpton - Miami(FL)

11. Travis Goethel - Arizona St.

12. Josh Hull - Penn St.

The rest...
Reed Williams - West Virginia
Mike McLaughlin - Boston College
Ryan Reynolds - Oklahoma
Kion Wilson - USF
Prince Hall - Central Washington

Cornerbacks

1. *Joe Haden - Florida*

2. Trevard Lindley - Kentucky

3. *Donovan Warren - Michigan*

4. Syd'Quan Thompson - Cal

5. *Amari Spievey - Iowa*

6. Brandon Ghee - Wake Forest

7. *Kareem Jackson - Alabama*

8. Javier Arenas - Alabama

9. Patrick Robinson - Florida St.

10. Crezdon Butler - Clemson

11. Perrish Cox - Oklahoma St.

12. Brian Jackson - Oklahoma

13. Myron Lewis - Vanderbilt

14. Stephan Virgil - Virginia Tech

15. Kyle Wilson - Boise St.

16. *Dominique Franks - Oklahoma*

17. Jerome Murphy - South Florida

18. Alterraun Verner - UCLA

The rest...
Walter Thurmond - Oregon
Akwasi Owusu-Ansah - Indiana(PA)
Devin McCourty - Rutgers
Sherrick McManus - Northwestern

Free Safeties

1. *Eric Berry - Tennessee*

2. *Earl Thomas - Texas*

3. Nate Allen - USF

4. TJ Ward - Oregon

5. Darrell Stuckey - Kansas

6. Kurt Coleman - Ohio St.

The rest...
Robert Johnson - Utah
Robert Vaughn - UCONN
Van Eskeridge - East Carolina
Kendrick Lewis - Ole Miss
Stevie Brown - Michigan

Strong Safeties

1. Taylor Mays - USC

2. *Reshad Jones - Georgia*

3. *Morgan Burnett - Georgia Tech*

4. *Chad Jones - LSU*

5. Kam Chancellor - Virginia Tech

6. *Major Wright - Florida*

7. Justin Woodall - Alabama

8. Barry Church - Toledo

The rest...
Harry Coleman - LSU
Anderson Russell - Ohio St.
Terrell Skinner - Maryland
Myron Rolle - Florida St.
Jordan Lake - Baylor

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Although there is no official cap, we are limited to spending 60% of our estimated revenue, or $129 million. For the players under contract, if we don't cut anyone, we need to spend $104.843 million. So we can spend $24.157 million on free agents, including stuff like tagging Seymour and Janikowski. That's the fourth lowest net in the league, so we can't make many moves in free agency. Since it's a weak free agent class, that might be okay unless some good players are cut. We can also cut some of our higher priced players to free up some cap room.
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Some notes everbody....

---We need to organize a trade block. I'm currently working with SanDiegoRaiderFan to see who we can unload without suffering heavy cap penalties.
---I've been contacted by the Saints as they're looking to move OTs Jammal Brown and Jermon Bushrod. Wanna know the staff's thoughts on pursuing these players.
---The Chargers inquired about trading for Darren McFadden. I told them no way. Laughing
---Some notable players on the trade block...
CB Fred Bennett(Houston Texans)
OLB Xavier Adibi(Houston Texans)
DT Adam Carriker(St. Louis Rams)
OG John Greco(St. Louis Rams)
C Brad Meester(Jacksonville Jags)
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Anybody have any thoughts about Thomas Howard? A few teams are looking for an OLB and might be willing to give us something for him. What do you think is his value if we decide to move him?
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SanDiegoRaiderFan wrote:
Anybody have any thoughts about Thomas Howard? A few teams are looking for an OLB and might be willing to give us something for him. What do you think is his value if we decide to move him?


is this in the case that there is a new CBA in place or not. If not would we franchise Seymour and transition Howard then trade him?
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Raiders4sho! wrote:
SanDiegoRaiderFan wrote:
Anybody have any thoughts about Thomas Howard? A few teams are looking for an OLB and might be willing to give us something for him. What do you think is his value if we decide to move him?


is this in the case that there is a new CBA in place or not. If not would we franchise Seymour and transition Howard then trade him?

There is no CBA in this, so Howard would be a RFA. We don't have to transition tag him. We can tender him say for a 2nd round pick and teams would have to give us that if they sign him. We can also match and keep him. If there is no offer from another team, we keep him and can trade him if we want.
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Why not put Mr. 53 on the block and listen for offers. If we can get a good OG or DT do it, then make a move for Adibi at SLB. He wouldn't cost us much because he has little to no play time in the Texans LB corp. and was a 4th round pick.
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PostPosted: Sun Feb 07, 2010 4:36 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

riceraider8080 wrote:
Some notes everbody....

---We need to organize a trade block. I'm currently working with SanDiegoRaiderFan to see who we can unload without suffering heavy cap penalties.
---I've been contacted by the Saints as they're looking to move OTs Jammal Brown and Jermon Bushrod. Wanna know the staff's thoughts on pursuing these players.
---The Chargers inquired about trading for Darren McFadden. I told them no way. Laughing
---Some notable players on the trade block...
CB Fred Bennett(Houston Texans)
OLB Xavier Adibi(Houston Texans)
DT Adam Carriker(St. Louis Rams)
OG John Greco(St. Louis Rams)
C Brad Meester(Jacksonville Jags)


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PostPosted: Sun Feb 07, 2010 4:39 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Vikings Assistant GM here, just inquiring about the asking price of your 8th overall pick. PM me with any information.
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PostPosted: Sun Feb 07, 2010 4:50 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I think if we get a good enough offer, it's much better to try to trade down.


Also, can we get a sticky for this?
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PostPosted: Sun Feb 07, 2010 4:54 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

thelawoffices wrote:
I think if we get a good enough offer, it's much better to try to trade down.


Also, can we get a sticky for this?

I would agree with this, but how far down should we go? The Vikes are at 30; that might be too low but we could always try to trade back up to get the player we want.
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PostPosted: Sun Feb 07, 2010 5:11 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I would like to apply for the vacant Defensive Co-ordinator post.
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