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PostPosted: Mon Jan 28, 2013 12:11 am    Post subject: FFMD13 Draft Thread (Rounds 1-5 Completed) Reply with quote

This thread is for draft picks only! Please take any discussion of picks to the appropriate (“FFMD Dicussion”) thread.
***You are now allowed to trade a draft pick once you select a player. You cannot trade the rights to a player. You can trade a pick to another team and they can make the selection, but you are not allowed to pick a player and then make the trade later. Besides Eli Manning and John Elway rights to players are never traded so we do not want encourage this. Trading is allowed but not after your select a player.

The Draft will begin February 27th at 8 AM EST (Note: ALL draft times are Eastern Standard Time); this is the day immediately following the NFL Combine. If you miss your deadline, the next team is allowed to jump in and make their pick if they are read. Round will be 1.5 hours per time slots, and rounds 2-5 will be one hour time slots.

The Draft will continue on the timeline which is stated below. If a team makes a pick 5 minutes into that time slot, the next team can make their pick but the team does not officially go on the clock until their official time. The next team’s time slot ends when it officially says it ends.


From here on, the draft pick can be made by only the General Manager or Assistant General Manger unless approved by Estonianzulu or CWood21. If the GM or AGM is present, they SHOULD be the one’s making the pick. If it’s someone other than the GM or AGM, the mods will go through the War Room to make sure there was some sort of consensus. The mods reserve the right to void the pick if we don’t feel there has been an agreement and the pick was not delivered by the GM or AGM. As always, we also have the right to void if made by the GM or AGM without the wishes of the War Room.

GM’s, if you have not posted staff members in the first post DO SO NOW! Also, GM’s may PM CWood21 with names of those approved to make picks in the absence of the GM and AGM so long as it does not go against the wishes of the War Room. Be explicit with the names of the posters.

Kansas City picks from 10am-11:30am. They make their pick at 10:30am. Jacksonville would then have from 10:30am until 1:00pm, as 1pm is the official time their time slot ends.

You must have the cap space available to make your pick. You will be required to list your cap space underneath your pick when you select your player. Most teams should be well under their budget based on the uncapped season.

1.) Kansas City Chiefs – Luke Joeckel [OT; Texas A&M] (6.029 million cap hit)
Available Cap Space: 12.4 million
New Cap Space: 6.011 million

Contract values are per million
Example: 6.029 = $6,029,000

Round One
February 27th
1.) Kansas City Chiefs (6.029) - Geno Smith [QB; West Virginia]
2.) Jacksonville Jaguars (5.759) - Barkevious Mingo [DE/OLB; LSU]
3.) Oakland Raiders (5.586) - Dion Jordan [DE/OLB; Oregon]
4.) Philadelphia Eagles (5.388) - Dee Milliner [CB; Alabama]
5.) Detroit Lions (5.039) (2-3:30) - Luke Joeckel [OT; Texas A&M]
6.) Cleveland Browns (4.424) - Star Lotulelei [DT; Utah]
7.) Arizona Cardinals (3.929) (5-6:30) - Chance Warmack [OG; Alabama]
8.) Buffalo Bills (3.435) (6:30-8) - Jarvis Jones [OLB; Georgia]
9.) Dallas Cowboys (from New York Jets) (3.411) - Sharrif Floyd [DT; Florida]
10.) Miami Dolphins (from Tennessee) (3.274) - Eric Fisher [OT; Central Michigan]
11.) San Diego Chargers (3.064) - Lane Johnson [OT; Oklahoma]
12.) Tennessee Titans (from Miami) (2.768) - Ezekiel Ansah [DE; BYU]
13.) Kansas City Chiefs (From Minnesota Vikings (from Tampa Bay)) (2.694) - Cordarrelle Patterson [WR; Tennessee]
14.) Carolina Panthers (2.578) - Kenny Vaccaro [S; Texas]
15.) New Orleans Saints (2.520) - Sheldon Richardson [DT; Missouri]
16.) St. Louis Rams (2.372) - Tavon Austin [WR; West Virginia]
17.) Pittsburgh Steelers (2.322) - Xavier Rhodes [CB/S; Florida State]
18.) New York Jets (from Dallas) (2.259) - Jonathan Cooper [OG; North Carolina]
19.) New York Giants (2.224) - Bjoern Werner [DE; Florida State]
20.) Chicago Bears (2.211) - Tyler Eifert [TE; Notre Dame]
21.) Philadelphia Eagles (from Cincinnati Bengals) (2.199) - Jonathan Cyprien [S; Florida International]
22.) St. Louis Rams (from Washington) (2.174) - DaMontre Moore [DE/OLB; Texas A&M]
23.) Tampa Bay Buccaneers (from Minnesota) (2.149) - Desmond Trufant [CB; Washington]
24.) New York Jets (from Dallas from Indianapolis) (2.1) - Keenan Allen [WR; California]
25.) Seattle Seahawks (2.08) - Datone Jones [DE/DT; UCLA]
26.) Jacksonville Jaguars (from Green Bay) (2.051) - Arthur Brown [LB; Kansas State]
27.) New York Giants (from Houston) (2.026) - Kevin Minter [LB; LSU]
28.) Denver Broncos (2.014) - Kawann Short [DT; Purdue]
29.) New England Patriots (1.914) - Johnathan Banks [CB/S; Mississippi State]
30.) Atlanta Falcons(1.862) - Jesse Williams [DT; Alabama]
31.) San Francisco 49ers (1.818) - Justin Hunter [WR; Tennessee]
32.) Baltimore Ravens (1.789) Manti Te'o [LB; Notre Dame]

Round Two
33.) Green Bay Packers (from Jacksonville) (1.432) - DJ Swearinger [S; South Carolina]
34.) Minnesota Vikings (from Kansas City Chiefs) (1.420) - Da'Rick Rogers [WR; Tennessee Tech]
35.) Cincinnati Bengals (from Philadelphia Eagles) (1.408) - Matt Elam [S; Florida]
36.) Detroit Lions (1.390) - Margus Hunt [DE, Southern Methodist]
37.) Cincinnati Bengals (from Oakland) (1.373) - Eddie Lacy [RB; Alabama]
38.) New England Patriots (from Arizona) (1.348) - Sylvester Williams [DT; North Carolina]
39.) Cleveland Browns – Supplemental Draft (Josh Gordon)
40.) Dallas Cowboys (from NY Jets) (1.309) - Cornelius Carradine [DE; Florida State]
41.) Tennessee Titans (1.289) - Larry Warford [OG; Kentucky]
42.) Cincinnati Bengals (from Buffalo) (1.267) - Alec Ogletree [LB; Georgia]
43.) Miami Dolphins (1.247) - Alex Okafor [DE; Texas]
44.) Minnesota Vikings (from Tampa Bay) (1.227) - Sio Moore [OLB, Connecticut]
45.) Carolina Panthers (1.200) - DeAndre Hopkins [WR; Clemson]
46.) New Orleans Saints – Bountygate
47.) San Diego Chargers (1.136) - Johnathan Hankins [DT; Ohio State]
48.) St. Louis Rams (1.111) - D.J. Fluker [OT; Alabama]
49.) Dallas Cowboys (1.086) - Eric Reid [FS; LSU]
50.) Pittsburgh Steelers (1.062) - Jamie Collins [OLB; Southern Miss]
51.) New York Giants (1.037) - Zach Ertz [TE; Stanford]
52.) Chicago Bears (1.012) - Travis Frederick [C; Wisconsin]
53.) Washington Redskins (0.996) - Terrance Williams [WR; Baylor]
54.) Minnesota Vikings (0.963) - John Jenkins [DT; Georgia]
55.) Buffalo Bills (from Cincinnati Bengals) (0.938) - Robert Woods [WR; USC]
56.) Miami Dolphins (from Indianapolis) (0.926) - Phillip Thomas [S; Fresno State]
57.) Green Bay Packers (0.918) - Quinton Patton [WR; Louisiana Tech]
58.) Seattle Seahawks (0.906) - Khaseem Greene [LB; Rutgers]
59.) Houston Texans (0.888) - Terron Armstead [OT; Arkansas-Pine Bluff]
60.) Denver Broncos (0.870) - Menelik Watson [OT; Florida State]
61.) Arizona Cardinals (from New England) (0.864) - Sam Montgomery [DE/OLB; LSU]
62.) Atlanta Falcons (0.859) (8-9) - Giovani Bernard [RB; North Carolina]
63.) San Francisco 49ers (0.856) Brandon Williams [DT/NT; Missouri Southern]
64.) Baltimore Ravens (0.798) - Barrett Jones [OL; Alabama]

Round Three

March 4th
65.) Minnesota Vikings (from Kansas City Chiefs) (0.787) - Markus Wheaton [WR; Oregon State]
66.) Jacksonville Jaguars (0.780) - Tyler Wilson [QB; Arkansas]
67.) New York Giants (from Detroit) (0.776) - Stedman Bailey [WR; West Virginia]
68.) Seattle Seahawks (from Oakland Raiders) (0.768) - Kyle Long [OL; Oregon]
69.) Philadelphia Eagles (0.755) - Justin Pugh [OL; Syracuse]
70.) Cleveland Browns (0.742) - Jordan Poyer [CB; Oregon State]
71.) Dallas Cowboys (from New England Patriots (from Arizona)) (0.740) - Brian Schwenke [OC; California]
72.) Tennessee Titans (0.736) - Tyrann Mathieu [CB; LSU]
73.) Buffalo Bills (0.732) - Matt Barkley [QB; USC]
74.) New York Jets (0.723) - Mike Glennon [QB; N.C. State]
75.) Tampa Bay Buccaneers (0.722) (9-10) - David Amerson [DB; NC State]
76.) San Francisco 49ers (from Carolina) (0.721) (10-11) - Darius Slay [CB; Mississippi State]

March 5th
77.) Green Bay Packers (from New Orleans) (0.718) (8-9) - Jamar Taylor [CB; Boise State]
78.) San Diego Chargers (0.715) (9-10) - Logan Ryan [CB; Rutgers]
79.) Minnesota Vikings (from Dallas Cowboys (from Miami)) (0.700) (10-11) - Dallas Thomas [OG; Tennessee]
80.) St. Louis Rams (0.697) (11-12) - Bacarri Rambo [FS; Georgia]
81.) Pittsburgh Steelers (0.696) (12-1) - Vance McDonald [TE; Rice]
82.) New England Patriots (from Dallas Cowboys) (0.695) (1-2) - Chris Faulk [OT; LSU]
83.) New York Giants (0.694) (2-3) - Robert Alford [CB; Southeastern Louisiana]
84.) Miami Dolphins (from Chicago) (0.692) (3-4) - Blidi Wreh-Wilson [CB; Connecticut]
85.) Dallas Cowboys (from Minnesota Vikings) (0.690) (4-5) - Brennan Williams [OT; North Carolina]
86.) Cincinnati Bengals (0.688) (5-6) - Travis Kelce [TE; Cincinnati]
87.) Washington Redskins (0.686) (6-7) - Shamarko Thomas [S; Syracuse]
88.) Indianapolis Colts (0.683) (7-8) - Aaron Dobson [WR; Marshall]
89.) Oakland Raiders (from Seattle Seahawks) (0.681) (8-9) - Gavin Escobar [TE; San Diego St]
90.) New Orleans Saints (from Green Bay) (0.680) (9-10) - Corey Lemonier [OLB; Auburn]
91.) Houston Texans (0.679) (10-11) - E.J. Manuel [QB; Florida St.]

March 6th
92.) Denver Broncos (0.678) - Jordan Reed [TE; Florida]
93.) Arizona Cardinals (from New England) (0.677) (9-10) - Dwayne Gratz. [CB; Connecticut]
94.) Atlanta Falcons (0.676) (10-11) - Zaviar Gooden [LB; Missouri]
95.) San Francisco 49ers (0.671) (11-12) - John Simon [OLB/DE; Ohio State]
96.) Baltimore Ravens (0.665) (12-1) - Cornelius Washington [DE/OLB; Georgia]

Round Four
97.) Jacksonville Jaguars (0.663) (1-2) - Marcus Lattimore [RB; South Carolina]
98.) Washington Redskins (from Chiefs) (0.662) (2-3) - Brandon Jenkins [DE/OLB, Florida State]
99.) Oakland Raiders (0.661) (3-4) - David Quessenberry [OL; San Jose State]
100.) Buffalo (from Cincinnati (from Philadelphia)) (0.660) (4-5) - T.J. McDonald [S; Southern California]
101.) Minnesota Vikings (from Detroit) (0.659) (5-6) - Bennie Logan [DT; LSU]
102.) Arizona Cardinals (0.659) - Dion Sims [TE; Michigan State]
103.) Cleveland Browns (0.658) - Brian Winters [OT/OG; Kent State]
104.) Cincinnati Bengals (from Philadelphia Eagles (from Buffalo)) (0.657) - Kiko Alonso [LB; Oregon]
105.) New York Jets (0.656) - Le'Veon Bell [RB; Michigan State]
106.) Tennessee Titans (0.654) - Ryan Swope [WR; Texas A&M]

March 7th
107.) Carolina Panthers (0.654) (8-9) - Oday Aboushi [OT; Virginia]
108.) Green Bay Packers (from New Orleans) (0.653) (9-10) - Trevardo Williams [OLB; Connecticut]
109.) San Diego Chargers (0.652) (10-11) - Tony Jefferson [S; Oklahoma]
110.) Tennessee Titans (from Miami) 0.651) (11-12) - Montee Ball [RB; Wisconsin]
111.) Tampa Bay Buccaneers (0.651) (12-1) - Jon Bostic [LB; Florida]
112.) St. Louis Rams (0.650) (1-2) - Shawn Williams [SS; Georgia]
113.) New England Patriots (from Dallas Cowboys) (0.649) (2-3) - Marquise Goodwin [WR; Texas]
114.) Pittsburgh Steelers (0.648) (3-4) - Jonathan Franklin [RB; UCLA]
115.) New York Giants (0.648) (4-5) - David Bakhtiari [OG/C; Colorado]
116.) Chicago Bears (0.647) (5-6) - Kenny Stills [WR; Oklahoma]
117.) Philadelphia Eagles (from Cincinnati Bengals) (0.646) (6-7) - Kwame Geathers [DT; Georgia]
118.) Washington Redskins (0.645) - B.W. Webb [CB; William & Mary]
119.) Minnesota Vikings (0.644) - Ryan Nassib [QB; Syracuse]
120.) Indianapolis Colts (0.644) - Chase Thomas [OLB; Stanford]
121.) Dallas Cowboys (from Jacksonville Jaguars (from Green Bay)) (0.643) (10-11) - Andre Ellington [RB; Clemson]

March 8th
122.) Seattle Seahawks (0.642) (8-9) - Leon McFadden [CB; San Diego State]
123.) Houston Texans (0.640) (9-10) - Earl Wolff [S; NC State]
124.) New Orleans Saints (from Denver) (0.639) (10-11) - J.J. Wilcox [S; Georgia Southern]
125.) Tampa Bay Buccaneers (from New England) (0.638) (11-12) - Tyler Bray [QB; Tennessee]
126.) Atlanta Falcons (0.636) (12-1) - Quanterus Smith [DE; Western Kentucky]
127.) San Francisco 49ers (0.633) (1-2) - William Gholston [DE; Michigan State]
128.) Baltimore Ravens (0.632) (2-3) - Gerald Hodges [LB; Penn State]

Round Five
129.) Tennessee Titans (from Kansas City Chiefs) (0.612) (3-4) - Sean Porter [LB, Texas A&M]
130.) Seattle Seahawks (from Jacksonville) (0.612) (4-5) - Marquess Wilson [WR; Washington State]
131.) Buffalo Bills (from Philadelphia) (0.612) - J.C. Tretter [OG; Cornell]
132.) Detroit Lions (0.612) - Devin Taylor [DE; South Carolina]
133.) Seattle Seahawks (from Oakland) (0.612) - Michael Buchanan [LEO; Illinois]
134.) Cleveland Browns (0.612) - Ty Powell [LB; Harding]
135.) Arizona Cardinals (0.612) - Joseph Randle [RB; Oklahoma State]
136.) New York Jets (0.588) - Duke Williams [S; Nevada]

March 9th
137.) Tennessee Titans (0.588) - Matt Summers-Gavin [OT/OG; California]
138.) Buffalo Bills (0.587) - Stepfan Taylor [RB; Stanford]
139.) New Orleans Saints (0.587) - Sanders Commings [CB; Georgia]
140.) San Diego Chargers (0.586) - David Bass [DE/OLB; Missouri Western State]
141.) Miami Dolphins (0.584) - AJ Klein [LB; Iowa State]
142.) Tampa Bay Buccaneers (0.584) Chris Cragg [TE; Arkansas]
143.) Carolina Panthers (0.584) - Ace Sanders [WR; South Carolina]
144.) St. Louis Rams (0.584) - Chris Harper [WR; Kansas State]
145.) Pittsburgh Steelers (0.584) - Alvin Bailey [OG; Arkansas]
146.) Green Bay Packers (from Jacksonville from Dallas Cowboys) (0.582) - Matt Scott [QB; Arizona]
147.) New York Giants (0.582) - Dustin Hopkins [K; Florida State]
148.) Chicago Bears (0.582) - Kevin Reddick [ILB; North Carolina]
149.) Washington Redskins (0.582) - Akeem Spence [DT; Illinois]
150.) Jacksonville Jaguars (from Dallas Cowboys (from Minnesota Vikings)) (0.582) - DeVonte Holloman [LB; South Carolina]
151.) Chicago Bears (from Cincinnati) (0.582) - Zac Dysert [QB; Miami (OH)

March 10th
152.) San Francisco 49ers (from Indianapolis) (0.581) - Nick Kasa [TE; Colorado]
153.) Oakland Raiders (from Seattle Seahawks) (0.581) - Nico Johnson [ILB; Alabama]
154.) Jacksonville Jaguars (from Green Bay) (0.581) - Reid Fragel [OT; Ohio State]
155.) Houston Texans (0.581) - Ryan Allen [P; Louisiana Tech]
156.) Denver Broncos (0.580) - Jelani Jenkins [LB; Florida]
157.) Washington Redskins (from New England) (0.579) - Xavier Nixon [OT; Florida]
158.) Atlanta Falcons (0.579) - Joe Kruger [DE; Utah]
159.) San Francisco 49ers (0.579) - Caleb Sturgis [K; Florida]
160.) Atlanta Falcons (from Baltimore) (0.578) - Levine Toilolo [TE; Stanford]

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PostPosted: Tue Feb 26, 2013 4:04 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

With the 1st overall pick in the 2013 NFL Draft, the Kansas City Chiefs select...

Geno Smith, QB, West Virginia

Cap Information:
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New Cap Space: 15.071 million

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With the 2nd overall pick, the Jacksonville Jaguars Select,
Owen Hart, Calgary, Alberta, Canada

Owen Hart was a signature part of the WWE (then WWF) throughout the ‘90s. He could do it all. Like his brother Bret, a current member of WWE’s HOF, he could be serious when it was not necessarily cool to be so. Unlike Bret though, he also could be cartoonish (see: Blue Blazer) when asked to be. Bret is already in; it’s time for his brother to join him.

In the ring, Owen was amongst the best in the ‘90s and, honestly, the history of professional wrestling. Similar to his character-ability, he could put on entertaining matches in either a serious or comedic manner. He has been described as a jokester and we have all heard many stories of the type of shenanigans that he would pull in the ring. Many questioned his ability to be charismatic, but he was very charismatic when given the proper opportunity to be. For as much as he did in the WWF, he could have been even bigger. For those that have not watched him, a modern day example of him would be Daniel Bryan.

Owen was able to get you to hate him as a heel without toning down his moveset like many heels have to do or choose to do. He could wow you in character, in the ring, and on the mic. His legacy is as a guy that gave everything into what was asked of him and more. His ambition was to entertain and bring joy to everyone that was able to see his performances and that is what he did; that is what deserves to be properly recognized with a WWE HOF induction.

In Jacksonville, we fully expect Owen Hart to become a hall of famer. Welcome to Jacksonville!

Barkevious Mingo, DE/OLB Louisiana State University

If ever player, coach, and scheme had a perfect match, you would have the marriage of Barkevious Mingo and Gus Bradley’s 43 defense [and in the future, hinted of more 34 elements]. Plenty is made of Mingo’s lack of production this year after being highly touted during the preseason. Some of this yes, is troubling, but watching him year by year, he looks to attack the Offensive Tackle more frequently this year and not asked to get in the backfield. Another concern is his lack of proper hand usage and struggling to play the run. However, if we compare Mingo to a similar player last year in Bruce Irvin, whom played in a system that didn’t allow him to fully utilize his talents and questions of being able to the play the run, Irvin showed off phenomenal athletic ability, and went 15th overall to the Seahawks, whom Bradley help coach up to play the LEO position, and rack up 8 sacks on the season. Barkevious is most productive, whether that is creating pressure, disrupting the pocket, or ultimately generating sacks lining up in the Wide-9 or standing up as an OLB in 3 man fronts. In no other game is this most evident than versus Clemson in the 2012 Chick-fil-A Bowl, where he created consistent havoc behind the line of scrimmage, while netting 3 tackles for loss, a forced fumble, and half a sack. He looked to play without a leash and made the most of the situation. He shows an elite burst off the line and speed, while demonstrating a spin move and enough power to stunt and challenge the Offensive Guard. To me, what makes Mingo the best option at 2 is ability to play in multiple fronts. With Bradley’s system, Mingo can play the LEO position, a position who’s sole responsibility is to get into the backfield and create constant pressure, something Mingo’s natural speed and talent will thrive in. Showing fluidity throughout his playing career in certain formations at LSU, Mingo demonstrates he is able to drop into coverage, and play smooth while in space, makes him an excellent candidate to position change to the 34 Outside Linebacker position, and with Bradley wanting the team defense to switch that direction over time, Mingo fits what the Jaguar Organization is looking for, in theory.

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With the 3rd overall pick in the 2013 NFL Draft, the Oakland Raiders select...

Dion Jordan, OLB, Oregon

Al Davis would be proud of this one. Jordan is a physical specimen you don't come across that often. At 6'7" he ran a 4.6 at the combine and has the frame to add more bulk while not sacrificing much speed. He has great coverage skills to go along w/ this. Jordan has the chance to become THE complete LB that coaches only dream of having. He can tackle, he can rush, he can cover, and he's fast. He will be an instant starter in our defense opposite of last year's breakout LB, Miles Burris. The two of them can create havoc from both sides of the ball to always keep an offense guessing. We expect a lot out of Jordan and we believe we're going to get more than we expect.

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With the 4th Overall pick, in the 2013 NFL Draft,
    The Philadelphia Eagles select.........

DeMarcus "Dee" Milliner will be joining the secondary of our new look Philadelphia Eagles defense. The 2012 All-American, from back-to-back National Champion Alabama, is a lock down CB with a Leon Sandcastle like confidence to his game. The 6 foot, 200 pound Milliner turned in an impressive combine, blazing a 4.31 40-yard dash. His 36 inch vertical and 32 inch arms will come in handy when defending some of the best WRs in the NFL. His game tape easily matches up with his combine performance, clearly pointing out that he is no workout warrior, but a talented football player possessing awesome athleticism. With our team having traded away Nnamdi Asomugha and letting Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie walk in Free Agency, the need for a #1 CB was glaring, and Milliner fits the bill perfectly. Mr. Milliner will arrive in the City of Brotherly Love with high expectations, as he is one of the highest drafted CBs over the last decade, but we know he will live up to the hype.

The Philadelphia Eagles are happy to welcome Dee Milliner to the team.

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With the 5th pick in the NFL Draft the Detroit Lions select: Ariel

Luke Joeckel OT Texas A&M

The Lions are shocked that Luke Joeckel fell to them at number 5. With 6-6 306lbs All American Joeckel now a Lion combining him with Riley Rieff, not only will it give Matthew Stafford all the time he needs to throw it will also help opening running lanes for new RB Reggie Bush, and give the Lions a formidable pair of tackles for years to come. After shutting down pass rushers in the SEC he will now be shutting down elite pass rushers of the NFL.
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The Cleveland Browns Select:

DE/NT Star Lotulelei

Star so essited.

The Cleveland Browns are ecstatic that his recent health snafoo at the combine has led to Mr. Lotulelei being available at our pick! We believe that he is going to become a premier defensive lineman in this league along the lines of a Haloti Ngata. We also believe that we are on the cusp of establishing the best defense that this team has ever had. With a young, dominant defensive line, the best secondary in the NFL, and a greatly improved linebacking core, we believe that this will be a defense for the ages in Cleveland this fall. Welcome to the big time Star.

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With the 7th overall pick. The Arizona Cardinals select: OG, Chance Warmack

Cap hit: 3.929

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New cap room: $2,021,965
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With the 8th pick in the 2012 NFL draft, the Buffalo Bills select:

Jarvis Jones OLB Georgia

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With the 9th overall pick in the 2013 NFL Draft, the Dallas Cowboys select:

Sharrif Floyd DT, Florida

Cap Hit: $3,411,000
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With the 10th overall pick in the 2013 NFL Draft, the Miami Dolphins select...
Eric Fisher, OT, Central Michigan

STRENGTHS: Balanced athlete. Nimble feet and plays with excellent coordination and length for a 6-7, 305-pound blocker. Fisher is a smooth mover in any direction and does a nice job breaking down in space to handle speed rushers, showing the eye discipline to mirror defenders. He has added "good" weight the past few years and players with a strong frame and core.
Fisher is a fiery competitor and plays with more pop than expected, delivering power in the run game. But he looks comfortable in pass protection and has worked hard to improve his technique and instincts at the position. Proved more than capable of handling the "jump" in competition in Mobile, establishing himself as the elite prospect at any position to play in the 2013 Senior Bowl.

Translation: Best offensive tackle in the draft and fits perfectly in our zone blocking scheme.

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With the 11th pick of the first round of FFMD '13, the San Diego Chargers select....

Lane Johnson, Offensive Tackle, from the University of Oklahoma

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PostPosted: Thu Feb 28, 2013 11:59 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

With the 12th Overall Pick in the 2013 NFL Draft, the Tennessee Titans select:

Defensive End Ezekiel Ansah

Cap Hit: $2,768,000
Available Cap Space: $7,363,587.67
New Cap Space: $4,595,587.67

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PostPosted: Thu Feb 28, 2013 1:24 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

With the 13th overall pick in the 2013 NFL Draft, the Kansas City Chiefs select...

Cordarrelle Patterson, WR, Tennessee

After losing Dwayne Bowe in free agency and not getting any other top level WR free agent to take his place, WR became a huge need for the Chiefs. After drafting Geno Smith 1st overall, WR remained a need as we don't want to let our franchise QB down by not providing him with viable receiving options.

We now have our offensive trio in place. Geno Smith, Jamaal Charles, and Cordarrelle Patterson. Patterson is a freak of an athlete who still needs to become more polished. But his talent level alone will allow him to become an impact player immediately and step in as our #1 WR. Welcome to KC, Cordarelle.

Available Cap Space: 15.071 million
Cap Hit: 2.768 million
New Cap Space: 12.303 million
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PostPosted: Thu Feb 28, 2013 2:49 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

With the 14th Pick the Carolina Panthers select Kenny Vaccaro, Safety, University of Texas.

Current Cap Space: $10,988,461.67
Cap Hit: $2,578,000
New Cap Space: $8,410,461.67

New Cap Number: $112,589,538.33
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