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The 6'8" big man is on campus for a visit. He is the solution to our defensive line depth issues... I guess.

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Even if I pronounced that name correctly people would still think I had marbles in my mouth.

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for those that follow the draft, this guy is real similar to Margus Hunt. I hope he resigns. 

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Rex always seemed high on him

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Big man put up 50 tackles, 2 sacks and 1 FF in Kansas City last year. 

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I hope they sign him.

 

I always liked Pito, and was sorry to see him go.  Big tough guy, with a lot of heart.  Probably won’t ever be a star, but is a very good second tier guy.  

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He, like most really tall dlineman, had a poor tendency to play too high and keep his pad-level up when playing here, but it seems as though he made some significant strides in his game with KC.  I think it'd be a great depth signing and would be a solid backup to Wilk or Coples and could start if we were in a bind.

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for those that follow the draft, this guy is real similar to Margus Hunt. I hope he resigns. 

 

 

I think Hunt is whole lot more athletic and has more upside.  RPP is big and takes up space and would be a solid depth signing.  I liked him when he played for us, but he is not a particularly dynamic player.  It's going to be interesting to see how high Hunt goes in the draft. 

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The 6'8" big man is on campus for a visit. He is the solution to our defensive line depth issues... I guess.

 

He would be, what, our 4th or 5th d-lineman? Not bad.

 

Is Pouha still out there? Might bring him back too.

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Like to see Pito return. He adds some much needed depth in that D line.

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Agreed with him being quality depth. Branch is also still out there. 

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He would be, what, our 4th or 5th d-lineman? Not bad.

 

Is Pouha still out there? Might bring him back too.

 

Last I heard he was in for a visit with the Colts, but that was a twitter feed from rotoworld, so who knows the reliance of that story.  As of now he's still a free agent and I would imagine the Jets are keeping an eye on it just encase he doesn't sign somwhere else.

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I think Hunt is whole lot more athletic and has more upside.  RPP is big and takes up space and would be a solid depth signing.  I liked him when he played for us, but he is not a particularly dynamic player.  It's going to be interesting to see how high Hunt goes in the draft. 

 

Hunt is 25 he doesn't really have upside. He has more athleticism that is true. Pito is 27, there isn't that huge of a diff. I see Margus as a late 1 at the highest, maybe Green Bay. 

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Solid Devito replacement

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Good signing

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Manish is saying he was told Ropati won't be back.

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