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DougDew

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  1. Ok, that makes sense. We can't bring kids in for interviews so continual contact takes the place of that.
  2. Just seems the more they talk to him the more they aren't sure they like him. We've drafted players that reportedly we never spoke with ever.
  3. Yes. And Day won't dress unless Grover doesn't. But a drafted 1T might dress the same day Grover does.
  4. Yes, the third theory is that you still don't understand much about roster building, or the English language. Don't deflect. Stay on topic now.... What FACTS did I disagree with? Ya get what ya pay for. Hopefully, we won't be relying on him to make much of a contribution. I'm assuming he gets activated on game day only if Grover is nicked. Its not like we added another useful 1T to push or supplant Grover.
  5. Ballard just filling out the roster. After Hunt was cut, Sheard not resigned, we're still down one DT after Buckner, so in comes Day. His salary is guaranteed so I think he will make the roster but his role will be exactly as I thought. He dresses only if Grover can't. We can still draft a better prospect.
  6. Why are they still in contact with him at all? Are we still evaluating him at this point? Its not like he's a vet FA that were trying to schmooze to join our team. Either he drops or he doesn't, and its out of both CBs and Love's control, so how does talking to him now get us closer to drafting him unless we feel like we still need to evaluate his attitude or something. Maybe CB is asking him how interested other teams seem to be? And would Love tell the truth?
  7. Ya get what ya pay for. Hopefully, we won't be relying on him to make much of a contribution. I'm assuming he gets activated on game day only if Grover is nicked. Its not like we added another useful 1T to push or supplant Grover.
  8. Maybe McTelvin Agim in round 4/5. 6'3" 33.5 inch arms.
  9. Pick 34 needs to be a player that gets early PT. Where does Rhodes fit in? With Rhodes signed I think we go CB in more mid rounds. Tell and another 3rd round rookie could learn behind Rhodes for a year. I'd take Kmet at 34 if he was still there. Not sure that he won't go in the 1st. I still think we need another 3T. Lewis, Autry, and Sheard (part time interior rusher) are not the answer behind Buckner, IMO.
  10. Well, the question was AT THE TIME. Looking at what I chose, its interesting to see that neither Brown, Gonzalez, or Hooker were very stoutly built, at least I did not think of them as being very soutly despite height and weight measurements. Maybe I value that more than I think. I don't like Josh Gordon either in our current QB discussion. Interesting. Donald Brown was easily the pick I did not like the most. In college, all he did was run fast, and that's about all he did in the NFL. Didn't have the body type to develop into something more. Shouldn't have been a first round pick.
  11. 1st round: Donald Brown. Anthony Gonzalez. Malik Hooker. 2nd round: TJ Green, Tyquan Lewis Later: John Boyett. David Parry. Zach Banner.
  12. NFL teams can still have a war room by simply having a big enough room to practice social distancing. If it safe enough to do it in Task Force pressers I can't see why they can't do something similar in the war room. Simply make selections via email. CC NFL office on trade affirmation.
  13. Since you opinion of Lewis is about the same as mine, and we both agree that Sheard is probably not returning, that leaves only Autry as our other 3T, unless Ben plays some interior like Sheard did. I think with Day, Buckner, and Rhodes, CB is filling immediate needs that he might not be able to fill via the draft. Buckner, however, also is the future at DT. Since I think we need to upgrade 2 DTs in the rotation, I think these roster moves say nothing about pick 34. DT and corner are just as viable at 34 as they ever were. Maybe still less so than other positions, but these latest moves do nothing to change it, IMO.
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