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  1. This year I'm going with..........Have you seen my Fleener
  2. Round 2 - #59 S Jimmie WardC Marcus MartinS Deone BucannonRound 3 - #90 S Terrence BrooksCB Pierre DesirG Dakota DozierRound 5 - #166 S Ed ReynoldsCB Ross CrockellOLB Michael SamsRound 6 - #203 G Chris WattC/G Russell BodineS/CB Antone ExumRound 7 - #232 OLB Ethan WestbrooksG Spencer LongRB George Atkinson
  3. 59 ILB CHRISTIAN JONES FLORIDA STATE STEPS IN AS A STARTER NEXT TO FREEMAN 90 C WESTON RICHBURG COLORADO STATE TAKES OVER THE STARTING ROLE 154 OLB PRINCE SHEMBO NOTRE DAME A MUCH NEEDED PASS RUSHER. HAD A VERY GOOD COMBINE 187 CB ANDRE HAL VANDERBILT MOST LIKELY MAKES THE MOVE TO FS 209 RB DRI ARCHER KENT STATE PROVIDES DEPTH BEHIND RICHARDSON AND BALLARD. TAKES OVER RETURNER DUTIES 218 CB AARON COLVIN OKLAHOMA WILL MISS MOST OF THE YEAR BUT TOO GOOD TO PASS UP AT THIS POINT
  4. 59 CB BRADLEY ROBY OHIO STATE 90 DE MICHAEL SAM MISSOURI 154 DT DEANDRE COLEMAN CALIFORNIA 187 C RUSSELL BODINE NORTH CAROLINA 209 G MICHAEL SCHOFIELD MICHIGAN 218 RB GEORGE ATKINSON III NOTRE DAME Here was my thinking. Roby joins Davis, Butler, and Gordy as our corners. This will give us some freedom with Toler. I don't like the idea of the media circus that is going to accompany Sam but I dont feel it would be a major distraction with our locker room. I see him as a pure rush linebacker. It would be nice to let learn from one of the best. Cole
  5. I would like to see the Colts use their last pick on George Atkinson III. He has tons of big play ability. The 2 major knocks on him are that he runs too high and he dances around too much in the back field. With the right coaching both flaws are fixable. What makes him worth a shot is his ability as a returner. I think that is where he will make his living in the NFL and we have been searching for a return specialist for years now.
  6. From what I can see Thomas has only had 2 major injuries in his professional career. He suffered a Lisfranc fracture in his very first professional game in 2008 (he finished the game playing on a bad foot). The other injury was the one this year. I wouldnt call 2 injuries in 6 years injury prone. I will give you Toler and Bradshaw but Thomas is a stretch.
  7. I would pick C and CB. For the Center position I would look to sign Brian De La Puente from the Saints to a 4yr 24 million contract with a 4 million signing bonus. That would be in line with the contract signed by Scott Wells in 2012. As for Cornerback I would resign Davis to a 5yr 40 million contract with a 17.6 million signing bonus. That is in line with the contract signed by Brandon Flowers in 2011. I would also look to draft CB Pierre Desir in the 3rd round.
  8. For me it depends on how the draft plays out. I think next year would be ideal strictly from a needs stand point but it would be nice to have an understudy for Wayne now. I dont see us using our second round pick on a WR unless someone like Lee falls to us. My favorite WR this year is TJ Jones from Notre Dame, who is flying well under the radar and could be had in the 5th or 6th depending on how well he performs at the combine.
  9. Here's my latest. I would be very happy with this outcome. 59CB BRADLEY ROBY OHIO STATE 90C WESTON RICHBURG COLORADO STATE 154DT DANIEL MCCULLERS TENNESSEE 187WR CODY LATIMER INDIANA 209G MICHAEL SCHOFIELD MICHIGAN
  10. Walden isnt going anywhere this year. Per spotrac his 2014 cap hit is 4.25 million and if he is cut the hit is 4.75 million. Now if Im understanding the rule right he would still cost 4.25 million if cut after June 1st. With those numbers we dont save any money so there is no really reason to cut him. The dead money hit after this coming year would be 500k which makes it more likely to happen then.
  11. Lets just compare the 3-4 OLB drafted in the 1st round last year 3- Dion Jordan - 26 tackles- 2 sacks- 0 FF- 0 INT 6- Barkevious Mingo - 42 tackles- 5 sacks- 0 FF- 0 INT 17- Jarvis Jones - 40 tackles- 1 sack- 0 FF- 0 INT 24- Bjoern Werner - 18 tackles - 2.5 sacks- 0 FF- 0 INT When you look at the numbers Werner isn't too far off from the other guys. Hell his numbers are very similar to that of Jordan's and he was drafted in the top 5. We all knew our draft last year wasn't sexy. 3 of our 7 picks where used on trench players and another 3 picks were late round picks. Out of 7 p
  12. 57 C TRAVIS SWANSON ARKANSAS Swanson would be an up grade from Satele. Regarded as one of the best centers in the draft. 91 S DION BAILEY USC Bailey would be a possible replacement for Bethea (this year or next). Bailey is a 3 year starter at USC and can play either safety position. 153 ILB LAMIN BARROW LSU Barrow would be another ILB to play behind Freeman and McNary. Barrow is versatile, can play inside and out. He is also a solid tackler that does a good job wrapping up. 187 WR T.J. JONES NOTRE DAME A reliable WR runs very good route and has outstanding ha
  13. Since everyone is so quick to cut ties with Toler I just want to remind everyone how well our secondary played to start the season when he was healthy. We need to put his injury in perspective, its not like he has been in and out with multiple injuries. He has had 1 injury that has kept him on the sidelines. I dont hear anyone calling for Wayne, Thomas, Allen or Ballard to be replaced becuse they are missing several games. All we have been told is that it was a groin injury so we dont know just how serious it was. I dont see Grison cutting Toler unless the injury lingers into next year.
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