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Ubosi is someone interesting to me. I remember looking into him pre-draft as a sleeper. I liked him as a UDFA target.


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Jets claim a pair of players off waivers from the Patriots

Posted by Josh Alper on May 14, 2019, 5:04 PM EDT
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The Patriots dropped wide receiver Xavier Ubosi and tackle Calvin Anderson from their 90-man roster to make room for Dontrelle Inman and Jared Veldheer on Monday, but the two undrafted rookies will not have to wait to continue their bids for NFL careers.

They won’t even have to leave the AFC East. The Jets announced on Tuesday that they have claimed both players.

Ubosi caught 48 passes for 1,065 yards and nine touchdowns over 20 games at UAB while Anderson transferred to Texas after opening his college days at Rice. Anderson started 14 games at left tackle for the Longhorns last season.

The Jets waived wide receiver DeAngelo Yancey and tackle Dieugot Joseph to make room for the new arrivals.

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I just watched all of their tapes (watched 30 seconds to a minute of Ubosi’s highlights and read a snippet about Anderson). As a vested authority in both players, I can report that Ubosi is 6’3”, 214 lbs. and ran a 4.50/40 at his Pro Day. He ran many “nine” routes in the 30 seconds of tape I watched (“nine” routes are streaks, or go-deep routes, for you laymen). Anderson is 6’5”, 299 lbs and has a ton of starting experience at OLT, but he’s currently lacking core strength and needs a lot of technique work. Practice squad candidate, it sounds like. 

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Anderson starting 14 games at LT for Texas is impressive on paper. Playing at Texas, at one of the highest levels of college football counts for something. Patriots having serious enough interest to sign him makes me believe that he can play.  Definitely worth a good look.  

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5 minutes ago, T0mShane said:

I just watched all of their tapes (watched 30 seconds to a minute of Ubosi’s highlights and read a snippet about Anderson). As a vested authority in both players, I can report that Ubosi is 6’3”, 214 lbs. and ran a 4.50/40 at his Pro Day. He ran many “nine” routes in the 30 seconds of tape I watched (“nine” routes are streaks, or go-deep routes, for you laymen). Anderson is 6’5”, 299 lbs and has a ton of starting experience at OLT, but he’s currently lacking core strength and needs a lot of technique work. Practice squad candidate, it sounds like. 

Thanks for the in depth analysis, Gil. Solid work.

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7 minutes ago, T0mShane said:

I just watched all of their tapes (watched 30 seconds to a minute of Ubosi’s highlights and read a snippet about Anderson). As a vested authority in both players, I can report that Ubosi is 6’3”, 214 lbs. and ran a 4.50/40 at his Pro Day. He ran many “nine” routes in the 30 seconds of tape I watched (“nine” routes are streaks, or go-deep routes, for you laymen). Anderson is 6’5”, 299 lbs and has a ton of starting experience at OLT, but he’s currently lacking core strength and needs a lot of technique work. Practice squad candidate, it sounds like. 

Well done, T0m Shane!  What would your detailed plan be to get Anderson's core strength up and to improve his technique?  Please include the specified diet, strength training regimen and areas of focus for when he's in Jets camp (being fully aware of the limitations per the current CBA of course).  Assume a 7 day per week schedule and utilize the current menu options available in the Jets cafeteria at Florham Park.  TIA.

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4 minutes ago, jetstream23 said:

Well done, T0m Shane!  What would your detailed plan be to get Anderson's core strength up and to improve his technique?  Please include the specified diet, strength training regimen and areas of focus for when he's in Jets camp (being fully aware of the limitations per the current CBA of course).  Assume a 7 day per week schedule and utilize the current menu options available in the Jets cafeteria at Florham Park.  TIA.

All of this information is available on mine and Angelo’s podcast, Two Sweaty Draftniks

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2 minutes ago, T0mShane said:

All of this information is available on mine and Angelo’s podcast, Two Sweaty Draftniks

Pfft.  Podcasts!  That's lazy journalism, Shane.  Lazy.

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Let him room with our fat edge rusher draft choice and he'll put on the required weight, his 40 may suffer though.

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6 minutes ago, jetstream23 said:

Pfft.  Podcasts!  That's lazy journalism, Shane.  Lazy.

We consider ourselves to be thinkfluencers, thx

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21 minutes ago, jetstream23 said:

Well done, T0m Shane!  What would your detailed plan be to get Anderson's core strength up and to improve his technique?  Please include the specified diet, strength training regimen and areas of focus for when he's in Jets camp (being fully aware of the limitations per the current CBA of course).  Assume a 7 day per week schedule and utilize the current menu options available in the Jets cafeteria at Florham Park.  TIA.

 

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4 minutes ago, Beerfish said:

Let him room with our fat edge rusher draft choice and he'll put on the required weight, his 40 may suffer though.

Has an NFL team ever had two guys go on IR with gout? 

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1 hour ago, T0mShane said:

I just watched all of their tapes (watched 30 seconds to a minute of Ubosi’s highlights and read a snippet about Anderson). As a vested authority in both players, I can report that Ubosi is 6’3”, 214 lbs. and ran a 4.50/40 at his Pro Day. He ran many “nine” routes in the 30 seconds of tape I watched (“nine” routes are streaks, or go-deep routes, for you laymen). Anderson is 6’5”, 299 lbs and has a ton of starting experience at OLT, but he’s currently lacking core strength and needs a lot of technique work. Practice squad candidate, it sounds like. 

With all that effort Tom, you are qualified to be a GM in the XFL.

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What an emotional day it must have been for both of them. First, getting cut. But then finding out that they’re going to the Jets. 

 

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2 hours ago, jetstream23 said:

Pfft.  Podcasts!  That's lazy journalism, Shane.  Lazy.

I hate podcasts.  Guys talk for 45 minutes when they could impart their info in 5.  In love with their "radio" voilces. Hahahaha.  Give me written matter, edited matter, small doses.

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9 hours ago, joewilly12 said:

WR depth I like it may the best WR's be on the opening day roster. 

Pats don't have time to develop too many players right now. Brady & the Pats know every year is a Super Bowl run. That's why Innman & Valdeer. Edelman has really been their only DEVELOPED WR, all others were free agent pick ups. And Edelman cut his teeth on Special teams. 

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10 hours ago, TheGoose said:

What an emotional day it must have been for both of them. First, getting cut. But then finding out that they’re going to the Jets. 

 

Frying pan meet Fire.

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I watched UAB's bowl game vs Northern Illinois live and thought to myself, "Ubosi can play in NFL."  

He is big and fast.  He can definitely develop with proper coaching.  He was predicted to get drafted by some sites as early as the 4th round.  

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43 minutes ago, Lon chaney said:

I watched UAB's bowl game vs Northern Illinois live and thought to myself, "Ubosi can play in NFL."  

He is big and fast.  He can definitely develop with proper coaching.  He was predicted to get drafted by some sites as early as the 4th round.  

He does looks good in his highlight clips.

Already 25 years old though, so hopefully he can adapt to the NFL quickly before it's time to retire.

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They went undrafted and were projected to be cheaters. Maybe the assessment was that they would take too long to become quality cheaters? I guess the Patriots were looking for some natural born cheaters..

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1 hour ago, mrcoops said:

He does looks good in his highlight clips.

Already 25 years old though, so hopefully he can adapt to the NFL quickly before it's time to retire.

Holy crap.  Had no idea he was already 25.

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