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8 hours ago, danlhart87 said:

While you’re probably right...as are so many that are saying the same...a pass rush phenom doesn’t need a scheme fit.  Von Miller in his prime would fit our scheme just fine, for instance, but wouldn’t have been considered a scheme fit for us either coming out of college 

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