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PostPosted: Tue Mar 05, 2013 4:40 pm    Post subject: Rock Out with your Mock Out 2013 Reply with quote



Current Estimated Cap Room
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$33.7M


Roster Cuts
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Nnamdi Asomugha...add $11.3M


Players Resigned
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Colt Anderson...2 years/$1.8M
Jon Dorenbos...1 year/$870k


Free Agents Signed

Keenan Lewis, CB (26 years old, 6-0 208)

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4 years/$20M ($6M cap hit for 2013)



Ricky Jean Francois, DE (26 years old, 6-3 295)

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4 years/$13.5M ($5M cap hit)


LaRon Landry, SS (28 years old, 6-0 227)

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2 years/$9M ($5M cap hit)


Steve McLendon, NT (27 years old, 6-4 325)

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3 years/$9M ($3.5M cap hit)


Delanie Walker, TE (28 years old, 6-0 242)

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3 years/$9M ($3M cap hit)


Brandon Gibson, WR (25 years old, 6-0 205)

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3 years, $8M ($2.7M cap hit)


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New Cap Space $18M



2013 NFL DRAFT

TRADE with the Rams
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    #4 overall

    in return for

    #16, #46 [2nd], #78 [3rd], #110 [4th]



Note: The Rams covet OT Eric Fisher, who makes it past the first three picks. With an extra 1st rounder this year, they are willing to trade away the high price in order to move up.

The Eagles take a little less than trade chart value, but the move is worth it in order to build a quality team moving forward.


#16 - Xavier Rhodes, CB (6-1 210) FLORIDA ST

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$2.4M Cap Hit


#35 - Terron Armstead, OT (6-5 306) ARKANSAS PINE-BLUFF

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$1.4M Cap Hit


#46 - Jamie Collins, OLB (6-3 250) SOUTHERN MISSISSIPPI

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$1.2M Cap Hit


#67 - David Amerson, FS (6-1 205) NORTH CAROLINA ST


#78 - Brandon Williams, DT (6-1 335) MISSOURI S. STATE


#98 - Michael Buchanan, OLB (6-5 255) ILLINOIS


#110 - Duke Williams, SS (6-0 190) NEVADA


#129 - Vance McDonald, TE (6-4 267) RICE


#186 - Kenjon Barner, RB (5-9 196) OREGON


#194 - Omoregie Uzzi, OG (6-3, 300) GEORGIA TECH


#196 - AJ Klein, ILB (6-1 250) IOWA ST


UDFA

Tanner Hawkinson, OT (6-5 298) KANSAS


Damion Square, DE (6-2 293) ALABAMA


Jawanza Starling, CB/S (6-1 202) USC


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New Cap Space $13M


Training Camp Depth Chart
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Free Agent | Draft Pick | UDFA
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QB - Michael Vick | Nick Foles | Trent Edwards | Dennis Dixon | GJ Kinne
RB - LeSean McCoy | Bryce Brown | Kenjon Barner | Dion Lewis | Chris Polk
FB - Stanley Havili | Emil Igwenagu
Z WR - DeSean Jackson | Greg Salas | Ronald Johnson
X WR - Jeremy Maclin | Riley Cooper | Marvin McNutt
Y WR - Brandon Gibson | Jason Avant | Damaris Johnson
TE - Brent Celek | Delanie Walker | Vance McDonald | Clay Harbor
LT - Jason Peters | Tanner Hawkinson
LG - Evan Mathis | Nate Menkin
C - Jason Kelce | Dallas Reynolds | Matt Tennant
RG - Todd Herremans | Danny Watkins | Omoregie Uzzi
RT - Terron Armstead | Dennis Kelly | Matt Kopa
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RDE - Ricky Jean Francois | Cedric Thornton
NT - Steve McLendon | Brandon Williams | Antonio Dixon
LDE - Fletcher Cox | Damion Square
ROLB - Trent Cole | Brandon Graham | Michael Buchanan | Everette Brown
WILB - Mychal Kendricks | Jamar Chaney
SILB - DeMeco Ryans | Casey Matthews | AJ Klein | Ryan Rau
LOLB - Jamie Collins | Vinny Curry | Phillip Hunt
RCB - Keenan Lewis | Brandon Hughes
Slot CB - Brandon Boykin | Jawanza Starling
FS - David Amerson | Nate Allen | David Sims
SS - LaRon Landry | Duke Williams | Kurt Coleman | Colt Anderson
LCB - Xavier Rhodes | Curtis Marsh
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K - Alex Henery
P - Mat McBriar
LS - Jon Dorenbos



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PostPosted: Tue Mar 05, 2013 4:48 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Nice gif.
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PostPosted: Tue Mar 05, 2013 4:48 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Love everything up to the draft. I literally do not like most of the picks.
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PostPosted: Tue Mar 05, 2013 5:01 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Quality realistic Free Agency

I'll take that Trade

I like Xavier, that's what I wanted to do in FFMD but no team would trade up.

Armstead is Fine but I'd rather grab our first safety there and get Long in the 3rd.

Barner I guess would be in a three way competition for 3rd RB...though Chip might keep 4 so it's not an utter waste I guess.

Like it though
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PostPosted: Tue Mar 05, 2013 5:32 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Realistic FA, but no quality aside from Keenan Lewis.
Landry is ok. You never know what you'll get from him and he seems like a bit of a diva. Not sure if I want him in our locker room having an effect on the younger kids.
Would love that trade
Love Xavier
Love Armstead
Love Collins
Don't like Amerson as a FS, especially since I think Duke Williams's best position is FS, not SS. Another CB like Leon McFadden, Robert Alford, Jamar Taylor, or Blidi would make a lot of sense since neither Marsh or Boykin deserve to have the 3rd cb spot locked up. McFadden and Alford would be great at covering slot wr's in particular. Could always draft Amerson as a CB as well, but I think he's a pure zone cb and I'd prefer versatile guys who can also play man like Alford and McFadden to cover the slot.
Love Brandon Williams as a NT in any scheme
Like Buchanan, but I think he will really struggle in coverage.
Love Love Duke Williams
Love Vance McDonald, don't think he'll still be there at #129
Don't think we need any more RB's, but ok. Would prefer a C to push Kelce since I think Kelce is average at best, or a big WR
Like Uzzi
Like Klein
nothin special in UDFA
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PostPosted: Tue Mar 05, 2013 6:35 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I doubt Lewis takes that little money. Don't see the point in signing Gibson. I don't see Rams pulling the trigger on that trade.

I like most of the players, except Amerson.
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PostPosted: Tue Mar 05, 2013 7:15 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I think it would take a longer and/or more expensive deal to sign Landry. He wants $6-7 million per year.
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PostPosted: Tue Mar 05, 2013 7:19 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Thanks for the feedback guys. It's tough to mock both FA and the draft, but it's fun to give it a try.

I went with all younger players in FA, that wouldn't command big contracts. No stars, but solid guys who can start to build a new defensive culture with.

Jeezla wrote:
Don't like Amerson as a FS, especially since I think Duke Williams's best position is FS, not SS. Another CB like Leon McFadden, Robert Alford, Jamar Taylor, or Blidi would make a lot of sense since neither Marsh or Boykin deserve to have the 3rd cb spot locked up. McFadden and Alford would be great at covering slot wr's in particular. Could always draft Amerson as a CB as well, but I think he's a pure zone cb and I'd prefer versatile guys who can also play man like Alford and McFadden to cover the slot.
Funny you mention this, is I actually changed the 3rd round pick to Amerson from Alford because of Amerson's ability to play FS and his size. I do like what I saw from Alford in the Senior Bowl, and maybe should have stuck with him, although I thought because of taking Rhodes up top that another pure CB would too much that early.
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PostPosted: Tue Mar 05, 2013 7:21 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

green24 wrote:
I think it would take a longer and/or more expensive deal to sign Landry. He wants $6-7 million per year.


Just because he wants it doesn't mean he'll get it:

http://www.rotoworld.com/player/nfl/4178/laron-landry
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NFL Draft insider Tony Pauline passes along "word" from the final few days of the Combine that free agent SS LaRon Landry is unlikely to receive the contract he's currently seeking. Landry is reportedly seeking roughly $6 million per year, but people inside the league believe he may wind up settling for $3-4 million annually.

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PostPosted: Tue Mar 05, 2013 7:32 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Eagles_808 wrote:
green24 wrote:
I think it would take a longer and/or more expensive deal to sign Landry. He wants $6-7 million per year.


Just because he wants it doesn't mean he'll get it:

http://www.rotoworld.com/player/nfl/4178/laron-landry
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NFL Draft insider Tony Pauline passes along "word" from the final few days of the Combine that free agent SS LaRon Landry is unlikely to receive the contract he's currently seeking. Landry is reportedly seeking roughly $6 million per year, but people inside the league believe he may wind up settling for $3-4 million annually.

He might settle for that, but he would want more than two years. I think length is very important to him.
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green24 wrote:
I think length is very important to him.


How long do you think he'll like it to be? Ideally.
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PostPosted: Tue Mar 05, 2013 7:53 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

wanna do nasty things to this mock with dat trade Shocked and Rhodes Armstead and Collins are great picks in those first 2 rounds.

Buchanan Williams McDonald Barner are great value picks at those spots.

think Amerson and Williams might be reaches in the top 100..

really good mock.. refreshing take to!
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PostPosted: Tue Mar 05, 2013 9:09 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

It's unrealistic this teams spends 25 million this year on free agents.
Like the draft.
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PostPosted: Tue Mar 05, 2013 9:11 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I like FA for the most part. Not splashy, but solid and I think its pretty realistic (minus Keenan Lewis). Don't like Brandon Gibson though. I watch a lot of Rams games cause my Dad is a huge Rams fan so they are my second favorite team. For every good play Gibson makes he makes three awful ones.

Dig the draft. Love Rhodes at 16, Armstead in the second seems to make sense to me, Colins is a good prospect that can probably start at some point this year. Duke Williams is gunna be sick. Overall its all pretty good. Props 808.
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PostPosted: Wed Mar 06, 2013 12:43 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

I like the draft a lot.

I'm not sure about Landry though. He just seems like someone who doesn't move well enough. Isn't he generally seen as a liability over the top? Or am I mistaken?

I know FA can't be perfect, but just wanted to double check if my perception on Landry was accurate or not.
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