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Old 03-23-2011, 09:28 AM   #631
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No way. Fool me once shame on you, fool me twice, shame on me.

On a brighter note, after seeing the highlight of Kaepernick, I like him. I like his athletic ability. He reminds me a lot of a young McNabb. I like his bootleg and scrambling ability. What do you guys think?
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Old 03-23-2011, 12:13 PM   #632
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BTW any trade rumors on CC lately?
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Old 03-23-2011, 12:35 PM   #633
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Am I the only one who is not even remotely afraid that the skins would take a QB at #10. I just can't see it happening - am I a fool?
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Old 03-23-2011, 12:47 PM   #634
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Yes you are a fool. Now what was your question

I don't think they'll take a QB at 10
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Old 03-23-2011, 12:48 PM   #635
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Old 03-23-2011, 12:51 PM   #636
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So I know that we're not about giving up future picks, but it's looking very likely that Michael Floyd (following his DUI and indefinite suspension from ND) will be entering the supplemental draft this summer. Here's a guy who could be a late 1st/2nd round pick in the regular draft but could now be had for maybe a 4th in the supplemental draft. I'd be very very tempted to make that move.
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So I know that we're not about giving up future picks, but it's looking very likely that Michael Floyd (following his DUI and indefinite suspension from ND) will be entering the supplemental draft this summer. Here's a guy who could be a late 1st/2nd round pick in the regular draft but could now be had for maybe a 4th in the supplemental draft. I'd be very very tempted to make that move.
Kid has already had 2 alcohol related incidents already, and you want to thrust him into a market like DC? This is not going to end well if we did make that move.

2 red flags already with this guy. Pass.
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As long as he can play like John Riggins drunk I'm all for it.

I am not buying the red flag BS anymore. All high character guys give you is a disciplined locker room, not x's in the "W" column. As long as he plays great on sunday he can hang out with Big Ben in Georgia for all I care anymore.

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So I know that we're not about giving up future picks, but it's looking very likely that Michael Floyd (following his DUI and indefinite suspension from ND) will be entering the supplemental draft this summer. Here's a guy who could be a late 1st/2nd round pick in the regular draft but could now be had for maybe a 4th in the supplemental draft. I'd be very very tempted to make that move.
4th round pick is just the right price, since that's what we have from the JC trade. I know his off field issues might be a problem, but at that price it's more low to med. risk.
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So I know that we're not about giving up future picks, but it's looking very likely that Michael Floyd (following his DUI and indefinite suspension from ND) will be entering the supplemental draft this summer. Here's a guy who could be a late 1st/2nd round pick in the regular draft but could now be had for maybe a 4th in the supplemental draft. I'd be very very tempted to make that move.
That's not really 'giving up' a future pick, it's simply using it earlier. I liked the Jarmon pick a lot, hope he can become the starting RDE.
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Yeah i view supplemental draft picks different then trading picks for vets or bundling picks to move up in the draft. I liked getting Jarmon and i wish we got Gaither before. I dont really know to much about the player, but if hes a good player i got no problem with it
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Kid has already had 2 alcohol related incidents already, and you want to thrust him into a market like DC? This is not going to end well if we did make that move.

2 red flags already with this guy. Pass.
Kind of like V. Jackson, and a lot of people wanted to trade for him. I dont think his off the field problems are all that bad.
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Old 03-23-2011, 02:39 PM   #643
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Also the biggest knock on the supp. draft in my opinion is that the player misses out on a bunch of camps and stuff and basically gets a late start compared to all the other rookies. So if the lockout is prolonged the supplemental draft may gain parity to the regular draft since the rookies from the regular draft may not get a head start or may have a shortened head start. Does anyone know the rules on the allowed contact between teams and new rookies? This year could end up sucking for rookie development.
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Kid has already had 2 alcohol related incidents already, and you want to thrust him into a market like DC? This is not going to end well if we did make that move.

2 red flags already with this guy. Pass.
I don't see him as a problem child, he's a kid in college. He rolled through a stop sign and was pulled over by campus police. Is it excusable that he was over the legal limit? No, but I think a much bigger deal is being made of this than need be. And if he wasn't a Division 1 star, probably no one even hears of it.
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Also the biggest knock on the supp. draft in my opinion is that the player misses out on a bunch of camps and stuff and basically gets a late start compared to all the other rookies. So if the lockout is prolonged the supplemental draft may gain parity to the regular draft since the rookies from the regular draft may not get a head start or may have a shortened head start. Does anyone know the rules on the allowed contact between teams and new rookies? This year could end up sucking for rookie development.
No contact allowed at all
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