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  1. After looking at the picks WSH has I would want their #1, #2, #3 in 2019 and their #1 in 2020. If they aren't willing to pay a "QB premium" forget it
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    Sterling Sheppard

    Why would I trade for Shepard when I already have someone as good as or better in Crowder? http://www.espn.com/nfl/player/stats/_/id/2976592/sterling-shepard http://www.espn.com/nfl/player/stats/_/id/2576716/jamison-crowder
  3. http://www.nfl.com/combine/profiles/tom-compton?id=2532816 OVERVIEW Compton has started four straight seasons at tackle for South Dakota, and possesses NFL-caliber size for the position while possessing good athleticism as well. He is somewhat of an unknown coming from a smaller school, but he has shown the efficiency, smarts, and athletic ability to survive at the next level. He could be selected as high as the fourth round. ANALYSIS STRENGTHS Compton is quick off the ball and can use angles to effectively get upfield on linebackers. He can position and does a good job of not letting his man get behind him. He can get around the line to the second level effortlessly when pulling, and has a technically sound pass set which displays his perfect footwork. WEAKNESSES Compton has limited experience against top-level competition (though he has faced Minnesota and Wisconsin in recent seasons) and could have a learning phase early on. He is a good run blocker but is far from explosive; more of a gentle mover and sustainer than a dominating force. As a pass blocker he punches his hands but can get slightly off balance at times.
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    Robert Quinn

    Williams had him in STL, so there is a connection
  5. It's amazing at the amount of $$$ he's made off of three decent/good years one with BUF, one with us and one with TB
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    Tyreek Hill to be released???

    Excellent points!!! KC was probably a coin flip away from going to the SB and now: - Their best RB (Hunt) is gone - Their C (Morse) is gone - They got rid of their edge rushers (Ford & Houston) - And now Hill could be on the way out Things have changed very quickly for them
  7. Ian Rapoport‏Verified account @RapSheet 4h4 hours ago More The #Raiders and LT Donald Penn have agreed to part ways. Penn sent this message, and isn’t ready to retire. He plans to play left tackle in 2019
  8. Bucky Brooks on how Bell impacts the offense: http://www.nfl.com/news/story/0ap3000001022892/article/browns-follow-eaglesrams-blueprint-antonio-browns-outlook 1) Le'Veon Bell's about to reclaim the throne. The Twitter-verse can debate whether Le'Veon Bell took an "L" on his new four-year, $52 million deal with the New York Jets, but I believe the year-long sabbatical could help the two-time first-team All-Pro running back reclaim the No. 1 spot at his position. I know that's an unpopular opinion at a time when everyone is counting No. 26's money, but the time away from the game could help Gang Green's new RB1 regain the juice that made him the NFL's most dangerous offensive weapon. Remember, Bell's career average of 129.0 scrimmage yards per game is the best mark in NFL history. Over the past five seasons, the 27-year-old is tied with Julio Jones and LeSean McCoy for the most games of 100-plus scrimmage yards with 37 -- despite the fact that Bell missed 31 games, including the entire 2018 season, during that span. Think about that. There is no disputing his spot on the Mt. Rushmore of offensive playmakers in the league today. For the Jets, Bell is exactly what the team needs behind Sam Darnold. The young QB1 shouldered too much of the load as a rookie -- Bell's presence will change how defenses game plan against the Jets. Instead of using coverage or blitz-based tactics to confuse Darnold, opponents will need to use more traditional schemes to put extra defenders in the box. This should result in more one-on-one coverage on the outside, leading to easier throws for Darnold from the pocket. Being a sidekick to the Jets' QB1 appealed to Bell. "Absolutely," said Bell in his introductory conference call with the press. "That's a part of it. Seeing a guy like him, so raw and so talented. Maybe he just needs another weapon. You never know what he can do with another weapon. He definitely was a valuable reason as to why I chose to come here." Last season, Darnold completed just 62.9 percent of his passes thrown between 1 and 10 yards -- that's dead last among qualified quarterbacks and speaks to why New York needed Bell in the lineup. For his career, Bell averages 5.0 receptions per game -- and he snagged 160 balls over his last two years in Pittsburgh. As an effective route runner from the backfield, slot or out wide, Bell gives Darnold a dependable safety valve to target when the defense takes away downfield options with blanket coverage. Keep in mind: New Jets head coach Adam Gase has always been a believer in the "10 yards and under" passing game. By targeting running backs, receivers and tight ends within 10 yards of the line of scrimmage, Gase plans on his quarterback getting the ball out of his hands before pass rushers can collapse the pocket off the edges. With Bell expected to play a prominent role as an RB1/WR2, the Jets have added a weapon that will help the offense develop an identity with a young quarterback still finding his way. You know Gase is excited. Just look at the way he spoke of Bell back in 2016, when his Dolphins were preparing to play the Steelers on Wild Card Weekend. "I paid attention to him when he was in college, being a Michigan State grad myself," Gase said, per the New York Post. "Seeing him go from what they did at Michigan State, where they are power football. I remember him being a big guy, that was downhill, and seeing him be a guy who has transformed his body and can do everything in the run game. The weapon he is out of the backfield and when he is removed from the backfield and empty, and all the different things they can do with him with the route tree he has. "It's very impressive to see how he has grown as a player from the time he was drafted. If he is not the best in the league, he is one of the top three. I just can't think of a lot of guys who are as versatile as he is. He is a weapon for them." Now he's a weapon for Gase. Have fun, coach.
  9. http://www.nfl.com/draft/2017/profiles/jon-toth?id=2557849 OVERVIEW Toth (pronounced TOETH) is a bit of Renaissance Man, a mechanical engineering major and fluent Spanish-speaker who just happens to have been one of the top centers in college football the past couple of seasons. He redshirted in his first year in Lexington, played as a back-up in the first game of his freshman season, and then started the next 48 games in the pivot over the next four years. Toth was a SEC All-Freshman squad selection in 2013, and capped his career with a first-team all-conference effort in 2016, helping the Wildcats get to their first bowl game since 2010. ANALYSIS STRENGTHS Four-year starter in competitive SEC. Good size and bulk. Understands his physical limitations and plays to his strengths. Fits into blocks with good body control and at a leveraged strike position. Unlocks hips at contact on down blocks to pin defender and present a running lane. Generates power from his lower half. Held his own against formidable Alabama defensive front. Utilizes efficient, compact punch. Has good hand strength to snatch and engage. Operates with plus hand placement, and willing to re-set hands to improve positioning when necessary. Able to control shoulder and steer opponent away from the hole. Good arm length for a center. Looks for work in pass protection and has enough anchor to thwart a bull rush. WEAKNESSES Marginal athlete. Plays with heavy feet and below-average lateral quickness. Could struggle with sudden redirects inside to catch blitzers and twisters. Struggles to mirror athletic, interior rushers in pass pro. Labors to recover once beaten. Snap-to-step quickness is very average. Effectiveness wanes beyond line of scrimmage. Has some hip stiffness which causes him to rely on leaning over bending. A little slow in his climb to second level. DRAFT PROJECTION Rounds 6-7 BOTTOM LINE Toth is a tough, four-year starter. Will appeal to teams looking for centers who can operate in a power-based rushing scheme. While he's better in a phone booth than on the move, he understands his limitations and does a good job of staying within himself. He's not the best athlete at the position but his size, arm length, strength and consistency should outweigh that on the next level. Toth has the traits and ability to be an eventual starter in the NFL.
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    Ryan Tannehill traded to Titans

    That trade says a couple of things: - TEN doesn't trust Mariota (which they shouldn't) to stay on the field or to take the next step and give him an extension - MIA is either going to trade for Rosen from ARZ or they are looking to move up and draft one in April Thank goodness we won't have to deal with Tannehill as a backup to Darnold
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    We’re good, luv.

    Cousins & Barr deserve each other
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    Discussion on centers

    Manish Mehta‏Verified account @MMehtaNYDN 1m1 minute ago More Center remains a big need for Jets. I've been told NYJ had discussions with the top 2 free-agent centers--Mitch Morse & Matt Paradis-- but never actually made an offer to either one of them. Jets have reached out to available vets to gauge market value. Plus, draft is an option
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    Discussion on centers

    The OLine is extremely deep in this draft, you'll find starters in the 3rd & 4th rounds

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