gnet550

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About gnet550

  • Birthday 06/23/1988

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  1. I don't know that's just what they posted...but yes that'd be really, really long arms lol
  2. "Alie-Cox averaged 7.7 points and 4.7 rebounds over his career as a power forward at VCU. Alie-Cox worked out for NFL scouts earlier in the month and, per Mike Garafolo of NFL Media, measured at 6-4.5 and 262 pounds with an 86 2/8 wingspan, a 11 1/8 hand measurement, a 35 7/8 arm measurement, a 4.75-second 40-yard dash, a 35.5-inch vertical leap, a 10.2-ft broad jump, a 4.45-second shuttle, and a 7.25-second 3-cone drill." From 247sports.com Just came across this, was listed taller than he was, but those numbers for drill work are decent to good for a tight end I would say!
  3. I am an avid college basketball fan, as well as a Colts Fan. Mo Alie-Cox is a physical specimen. The first time I saw him play, I thought that is a football player playing basketball. (physically speaking) I would guess with his athletic ability he can learn the game well. He is pretty quick for a man his size. I think he is listed at 6'6" or 6'7" and 250+ but it is all muscle the dude is yoked..... Like previous posters have said, I don't want to overhype him, but I think in regards to the old P word (potential), there is a lot to like with him! I am hopeful.
  4. One name you have on there, Mo Alie-Cox, is actually just a free agent and not in the draft, I believe. Someone please correct me if I am wrong. I thought I read though since he didn't actually play college football (basketball instead) that he was actually a free agent and not in the draft.
  5. Great signing IMO! He fills a LARGE need...pun intended. He actually brings a little pass rush and is a gigantic upgrade over Perry or the others we have. I also like that he had an up year last year rather than Poe who we all liked who had a down year....we had the cap space, and next year we still have a ton with the structuring of the contracts, so I am pleased with this move!
  6. Here goes nothing.... Round 1- A. Rueban Foster, B. Charles Harris, C. Hassan Reddick Round 2- A. Tyus Bowser, B. Joe Mixon Round 3- A. Jordan Willis, B. Ryan Anderson Round 4- A. Montravious Adams, Jordan Lewis Round 4- A. Kendell Beckwith, B. Derek Rivers Round 4- A. Anthony Walker Jr., B. Dawuane Smoot Round 5- A. Ryan Glasgow, B. Jalen Reeves-Mabin Free Agents- Keionta Davis, Chunky Clements, Devine Redding
  7. I didn't see this posted anywhere, but I just read this article on CBSSports....interesting...it mentions several of the late round names we have talked about in this forum! http://www.cbssports.com/nfl/draft/news/diamonds-in-the-rough-introducing-the-top-sleepers-in-the-2017-nfl-draft/
  8. Christian McCaffery is taken higher than Dalvin Cook
  9. Even Matt Overton will have competition as Fortunato is a long snapper..
  10. Seems to do a nice job of attacking the football, not just the QB on sacks....this is something Freeney and Mathis specialized in and allowed us to have some BIG plays over the years!
  11. Could be a nice little piece as a TE3 or competing for TE2....would be a much bigger add than Brandon Williams who we just signed. Rivera isn't a world beater, but his second year in the league he had 50+ catches for 500+ yards and 4 TDs....seems to have fell out of favor in Oakland the past two years. He is, however keeping to the theme, young (only 26). Might be a nice piece to the roster as I said.
  12. Hope you're right
  13. Anyone know much about him?
  14. 1 year- 3million....don't know much about him...but at least we got someone lol need zach brown now!
  15. Minter to the Bengals...per Josina Anderson

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