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Old 03-29-2010, 06:12 PM   #61
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Guess we better start deciding if we really want Jimmy Clauskin
Uh, most likely no we can't, Clausen has had a season ending toe injury. I mean thats all we need is to pick Clausen and have him running for his life and get hit once. Bam he's no good to us anymore.

Can't take McCoy either apparently he had a shoulder injury also.

Pike apparently suffered two major injuries. Can't take him either.

J.Brown suffered a concussion and ankle injury. Most likely it will re-occur when he get hit in the NFL. Can't take him.

Bulaga has a Thyroid condition that has cost him games in the past. He's out.

I haven't even expored any injuries from draft prospects while in high school.
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Old 03-29-2010, 06:14 PM   #62
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we need this guy

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Old 03-29-2010, 06:15 PM   #63
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Rams fall asleep, miss getting pick in on time, we already have trade deal worked out with #2 in this situation. Nevermind that they'll have him signed before the draft.
It might work if we get Riggo to take the Rams representatives out to a strip club and gets them hammered.

or simply order the whole Rams representatives drinks to be sent over to their table at the draft with crushed Benadryl pills in them.
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Old 03-29-2010, 06:17 PM   #64
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we need this guy

The good news is he's been in a plastic bubble his whole life which means no injuries and plenty of time to study the play book. LOL.
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Old 03-29-2010, 06:21 PM   #65
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Here's an interesting article that was written at the end of January:

Bradford vs. Clausen, and why McCoy is still tops in this draft class « LiveBall Sports
Hey, I know that guy!

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Uh, most likely no we can't, Clausen has had a season ending toe injury. I mean thats all we need is to pick Clausen and have him running for his life and get hit once. Bam he's no good to us anymore.

Can't take McCoy either apparently he had a shoulder injury also.

Pike apparently suffered two major injuries. Can't take him either.

J.Brown suffered a concussion and ankle injury. Most likely it will re-occur when he get hit in the NFL. Can't take him.

Bulaga has a Thyroid condition that has cost him games in the past. He's out.

I haven't even expored any injuries from draft prospects while in high school.
Oh well i guess well have to go Okung!
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Old 03-29-2010, 09:06 PM   #67
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Re: Sam Bradford's pro day workout should clear up top of NFL draft

This could be our only chance left to gwt Bradford...

Talk mounts that Bradford won't sign a pre-draft contract | ProFootballTalk.com

Talk mounts that Bradford won't sign a pre-draft contract
Posted by Mike Florio on March 29, 2010 7:55 PM ET
Amid reports that the Rams are talking to the agents for multiple players who could be the first overall pick in the 2010 draft, there's increasing chatter that, as to one of the players, there may not be much to discuss.

We're hearing from multiple league and media sources that Oklahoma quarterback Sam Bradford could refuse to sign a pre-draft contract with the Rams.

In the past four drafts, the only top pick not signed in advance of the commencement of the selection process was Raiders quarterback JaMarcus Russell. He ultimately held out into the regular season.

If Bradford declines to agree to terms before being picked, and if the Rams ultimately don't select him, Bradford would slide to the Redskins at No. 4, at worst. (He also could end up going second or third, if a team that needs a quarterback moves up.) Operating from the four hole, Bradford likely would then attempt to invoke the so-called "quarterback premium" in the hopes of getting more than the first overall pick, just as Matt Ryan did from the third spot two years ago.

If the Rams pick Bradford without a contract in place, the leverage then flips to the player, with the Rams compelled to get the guy signed in the hopes of justifying the pick and turning around a franchise that seems far longer than a decade removed from a Super Bowl win.

We also don't rule out the Rams picking Bradford and then attempting to trade him, like the Chargers did six years ago with Eli Manning.

Either way, Adam Schefter's prediction could end up being wrong -- but not because Bradford won't be regarded as the best player in the draft. The Rams could decide that they won't take Bradford if he makes it clear that he won't sign a contract.
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Celts, that is big news.

We need him to pull an Eli or Elway.
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Old 03-29-2010, 11:06 PM   #69
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Celts, thanks for that. T'would be nice to see Bradford at #4.

Maybe Bradford wants to work with the Shanahans and so he will be standoffish in his dealings with the Rams. Just a dreamy thought.
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Uh, most likely no we can't, Clausen has had a season ending toe injury. I mean thats all we need is to pick Clausen and have him running for his life and get hit once. Bam he's no good to us anymore.

Can't take McCoy either apparently he had a shoulder injury also.

Pike apparently suffered two major injuries. Can't take him either.

J.Brown suffered a concussion and ankle injury. Most likely it will re-occur when he get hit in the NFL. Can't take him.

Bulaga has a Thyroid condition that has cost him games in the past. He's out.

I haven't even expored any injuries from draft prospects while in high school.
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Re: Sam Bradford's pro day workout should clear up top of NFL draft

Basically what Florio said is that we don't know anything
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Old 03-30-2010, 08:22 AM   #72
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John Clayton brought this contract thing up the other day. He thinks though, and I tend to agree, that even with the tenuous ownership situation in St. Louis they will still pay above market and ensure that they get Bradford. The only thing that could keep it from happening is that apparently Spags is still not totally bought into the idea. But I think he gets overruled.
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Old 03-30-2010, 08:44 AM   #73
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Re: Sam Bradford's pro day workout should clear up top of NFL draft

I read J. Reids RI post this morning about the Eli trade. Four picks including 2 first rounders! If the Rams are trying to get that, I don't see the new Allen regime going for it.
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I read J. Reids RI post this morning about the Eli trade. Four picks including 2 first rounders! If the Rams are trying to get that, I don't see the new Allen regime going for it.
Yeah neither do I. The cost to move up is very steep, unless Shanahan is convinced that Bradford is the 2nd coming of Elway, I just don't see it happening.

I'm betting Shanahan is pretty confident in his ability to coach up a 2nd rounder into a quality QB in his system.
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Old 03-30-2010, 09:03 AM   #75
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Re: Sam Bradford's pro day workout should clear up top of NFL draft

Pro days are the most overrated thing during the scouting process. JaMarcus Russsell had a great pro day. It really doesn't mean anything cause QB's are throwing against air w/out a rush, w/out an NFL defensive coordinator switching up coverages after the ball is snapped. Any professional QB ( including back ups) should look good in a pro day atmosphere. They should at least make it a 7 on 7 type of thing.
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