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The Rams do have Fisher, Laurinaitis, and Chris Long as guys to keep Jenkins in check. It's certainly not the Ravens or Steelers locker room, but they do have leaders

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Watching it live on nfl.com and they have been pretty quiet with the last couple of picks and a little baffled.

I can't blame them. What's up with Glenn?

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I can't blame them. What's up with Glenn?

he gonna drop to the third and we gona pick him

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I guess I think he's better than the professionals.

Lol the Panthers just took a G too.

Can he fall to us in the 3rd? Surely not...right?

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Lol the Panthers just took a G too.

Can he fall to us in the 3rd? Surely not...right?

It's possible. He was one of 6 people invited to the combine that was not drafted in the first round. He did not stay in New York for today, maybe his agent told him it didn't look like he'd get drafted early today.

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It's possible. He was one of 6 people invited to the combine that was not drafted in the first round. He did not stay in New York for today, maybe his agent told him it didn't look like he'd get drafted early today.

Not now lol

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