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Old 03-21-2011, 11:08 AM   #631
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Don't know how reliable it is, but this person says Tyrod got a 15. On the low side for a QB. He definitely has the tools of an athlete. I know he says he won't switch positions, but I think he will move to a skill position in the NFL.

Tyrod Taylor Score on Wonderlic
Aside from his wonderlic score, he's humble & mature, not a fiery leader but has command & will earn the respect of his teamates. RI says Tyrod projects from 3rd to 5th, that's news to me, thought he was a late round prospect at this point.

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Old 03-21-2011, 04:26 PM   #632
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Tyron Smith coming to visit in mid-April
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Old 03-21-2011, 08:23 PM   #633
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I didn't know the Skins attended Auburn's and Texas A&M's pro-days. Thanks for pointing that out.
Me neither.

Our discussion was about the players they're bringing in for visit (not about pro-days).

btw-you can add: Ryan Williams, Evan Royster, Tyron Smith.
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Me neither.

Our discussion was about the players they're bringing in for visit (not about pro-days).

btw-you can add: Ryan Williams, Evan Royster, Tyron Smith.
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Colin Kaepernick doing a private workout for the Broncos.
That's either a smokescreen or they are thinking about dealing Tebow away.

Nevada QB Colin Kaepernick to visit, work out for Broncos
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Colin Kaepernick doing a private workout for the Broncos.
That's either a smokescreen or they are thinking about dealing Tebow away.

Nevada QB Colin Kaepernick to visit, work out for Broncos

I think Orton will be traded not Tebow.
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Old 03-22-2011, 10:39 AM   #637
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Colin Kaepernick doing a private workout for the Broncos.
That's either a smokescreen or they are thinking about dealing Tebow away.

Nevada QB Colin Kaepernick to visit, work out for Broncos
They ain't tradin Tebow unless someone throws a can't refuse deal their way, which is impossible at present due to no cba.
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Old 03-22-2011, 10:43 AM   #638
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Anyone know, or have any theories on, the progress of the O-linemen drafted last year? How will that impact the draft?

I like Cook & Capers (kind of a cool name when put together), I just wonder if they or any others have a realistic shot at cracking the roster and playing any in 2011. If the staff likes them we will likely see more late round D picks.
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They like them both a lot from what I hear, but I don't know what that means exactly. Will they start? Probably not. Can they get on the active roster? Hopefully one of them will.

The whole CBA situation really is impacting the OL situation as much as anything, because they're not moving forward on any talks with Jammal Brown and they can't pursue Joseph and possibly Ryan Harris. Two guys at the top of their list. Harris more so if Brown doesn't stay
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Old 03-22-2011, 11:35 AM   #640
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They like them both a lot from what I hear, but I don't know what that means exactly. Will they start? Probably not. Can they get on the active roster? Hopefully one of them will.

The whole CBA situation really is impacting the OL situation as much as anything, because they're not moving forward on any talks with Jammal Brown and they can't pursue Joseph and possibly Ryan Harris. Two guys at the top of their list. Harris more so if Brown doesn't stay
Thanks Smoot, that answers my question about as good as it could be done. I was thinking back to Gibbs II; during one off season he mentioned how hard Monty & Golston were working, he kind of hinted that DT wasn't as big a need as some thought it was. Of course, Shanny is not big on revealing much of anything!
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SS I heard (from Pat Jones on sports radio) that Shanny is a fan of Andy Dalton, have u heard anything like that lately?
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John Elway hints that Broncos could go quarterback at No. 2 | ProFootballTalk

wow wouldn't this be something?????
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Why all of the PFT rumor links?
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SS I heard (from Pat Jones on sports radio) that Shanny is a fan of Andy Dalton, have u heard anything like that lately?
I need to start listening to this Pat Jones guy. He seems like a fountain of information.

Which Shanahan are you talking about?

I haven't heard anything specific about Dalton. But from what I've gathered, I think right one of the scenarios below is what could likely happen (subject to change 10k times between now and draft day):

A. Stay at 10 and take Robert Quinn, and stay at 41 and take Locker, Ponder, , Kaepernick, or Dalton (in that order, depending on who's available)

Stay at 10 and take Quinn, and trade up into the mid to late 1st to take one of the QBs (this is hard without being able to trade players)

Trade down in the 1st and take one of the QBs and add a couple of 2nd rounders.

Something tells me they're not going QB at 10 because they don't think there's a huge gap among them and they feel they can get one later. I've heard also they've shown interest in Stanzi and Greg McElroy, but I think those are 4th rounders at best. And I don't know how strong the interest really is.

But I'm, as of now, sticking to my belief that at #10 if we hold on that pick we'll be calling Robert Quinn's name. After that , somewhere we'll find a QB before the beginning of round 3.
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