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...because you're worried about who we're picking at spots that will probably be cut anyway.

 

Not being able to keep all of your draft picks because you have depth is a good thing.

 

I think a very good case could be made for every draft pick making the roster.  Even Mr. R.

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...because you're worried about who we're picking at spots that will probably be cut anyway.

 

Not being able to keep all of your draft picks because you have depth is a good thing.

Even if they are drafted at positions that will probably get cut, you hope they pick someone who has the best chance to make the team. 

 

Some of these guys will make the team. I actually think all have a decent chance to do so given our lack of quality depth at a lot of positions. 

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