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Week 16 draft/FA

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1. Ziggy Ansah/ John Jenkins - either way we get better

3. Kyle long OT- Oregon- maybe move justice inside

4. Bacarri Rambo- time to bench zibby

FA

1. Dwayne Bowe

2. Sean Smith

3. Josh Cribbs

4. Jarius Byrd

5. Brandon Moore

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Why Josh Cribbs, he is useless as a WR and we already have guys that can Return

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Why Josh Cribbs, he is useless as a WR and we already have guys that can Return
because I have a feeling we want to limit Hilton's chances of getting hurt

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FA

Keenan Lewis, CB, Steelers, 6’0’’/208 26yrs: Pretty solid young corner to start opposite Davis (nevermind that he hurt himself stepping into a hole yesterday)

Jermon Bushrod, OT, Saints, 6’5’’/315 28yrs: Versatile offensive lineman who can play guard if needed and was in the Pro Bowl in 2011

Dashon Goldson, S, 49ers, 6’2’’/200 28yrs: Very good cover safety with excellent tackling ability

Draft

1 Ezekiel Ansah, DE, BYU, 6’6’’/270: Freakish athlete who could develop into an interior wrecker for opposing QBs

3 Mickey Baucus, T, Arizona, 6’7’’/295: Big OT to develop. Excels in run blocking, but could become a very good pass protector with experience (redshirt sophomore)

4 Kyle Van Noy, OLB, BYU, 6’3’’/235: Physical OLB who gets behind the line of scrimmage and is decent in coverage

6 Theo Riddick, RB, ND, 5’11"/200: Not especially fast or big, but quick and smart. Good hands and elusive in space.

These are my first inclinations, although I like Jenkins, Rambo, and Byrd...

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Just had an idea about Khalil Mack, He is out of Kentucky so not a prominent football school obviously they are all basketball over there obviously but he is OLB,He is 6'3" 245lbs also plays in a 3-4 I believe, Im defnitly not saying draft him, as a matter of fact he has not declared yet but he is eligible and some Mocks predict 3-4th rounder, He has 8.5 sacks I believe this year. here is is Bio while at Kentucky  http://www.buffalobulls.com/sports/fball/2011-12/bios/mack%20khalil%20on9s

 

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I know we need some o-line help...but the player I've had on my wish list for a long time is on the defensive side of the ball out of BYU...Kyle Van Noy. What a beast in the poinsettia bowl tonight. 1 sack fumble recovery for a touch down, blocked punt, interception return for a touchdown.

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4 Kyle Van Noy, OLB, BYU, 6’3’’/235: Physical OLB who gets behind the line of scrimmage and is decent in coverage

KVN might have made himself some money last night. I see you called it before the game, too - nice job.

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