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Old 01-24-2011, 06:18 PM   #16
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So I had heard that Young looked pretty awesome. But as for Stanzi, he was apparently checking down a lot and missing lots of open receivers deep. That true?
Titus Young was sick, was the most noticeable player today.

As for Stanzi, yeah he was dumping the ball off short, but he didn't miss any open receivers deep that I can remember.. It was Locker who was doing that.
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Old 01-24-2011, 06:36 PM   #17
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Young was a stud at Boise, no shock there.. Locker needs to have a good outing more than any QB imo
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Old 01-24-2011, 08:17 PM   #18
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One of our scouts spoke to Stanzi apparently

Von Miller's stock is rising possibly as high as #2 to Denver, adding to the Quinn speculation here (Akeem Ayers is also rising up our board, but remember it's very early still)
If the Skins want Miller imo they could wait til the 2nd or acquire an early 3rd and target Dontay Moch.
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Old 01-24-2011, 08:54 PM   #19
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Titus Young was sick, was the most noticeable player today.

As for Stanzi, yeah he was dumping the ball off short, but he didn't miss any open receivers deep that I can remember.. It was Locker who was doing that.
I didn't mean missing as in he was throwing incompletions. I mean as in he didnt even attempt to throw it deep
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Old 01-24-2011, 09:00 PM   #20
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Heard Kerrigan and Kaepernick looked pretty solid. That's all I really know right now. I'm not there and my tv here isn't getting a feed from down there so I'm getting my info second-hand
I think with a few years developing as a backup, Colin Kaepernick could be solid. He has size, speed, smarts, and arm strength.
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Old 01-24-2011, 09:10 PM   #21
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Hear that most teams see Kaepernick as a hybrid/wildcat type of player

redskins also spoke with Locker, Carimi, Moffitt, Casey Matthews, and Greg Jones.

I hear their preference is to get an outside linebacker through free agency (once again, the name that comes up is Woodley) and then get help inside through the draft. But the CBA could put a damper on that.

For what it's worth Ive also heard they're seriously considering trading out of the first round. I think it's too early to really know for sure though
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Hear that most teams see Kaepernick as a hybrid/wildcat type of player

redskins also spoke with Locker, Carimi, Moffitt, Casey Matthews, and Greg Jones.

I hear their preference is to get an outside linebacker through free agency (once again, the name that comes up is Woodley) and then get help inside through the draft. But the CBA could put a damper on that.

For what it's worth Ive also heard they're seriously considering trading out of the first round. I think it's too early to really know for sure though

Trade out? Wow I can see trade down, does that mean trade the 10th pick for a current NFL player? Or just load up on picks?
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Old 01-24-2011, 09:22 PM   #23
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Maybe a player and a 2012 pick? Not sure really
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Maybe a player and a 2012 pick? Not sure really
It would have to be a QB, now you have me guessing SS!!!
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I hear their preference is to get an outside linebacker through free agency (once again, the name that comes up is Woodley) and then get help inside through the draft. But the CBA could put a damper on that.
You would think that the Steelers would pony up to pay a guy like Woodley.
Any word on Matt Roth? The Browns are switiching schemes and you think he would be available at a decent price or maybe even a player swap w/ Andre Carter.
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Maybe a player and a 2012 pick? Not sure really
Matt Flynn and the packers 2nd round pick
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Matt Flynn and the packers 2nd round pick
Is Flynn really worth that?

Tebow and their 2nd
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Is Flynn really worth that?

Tebow and their 2nd
I'd give them the 1st just to avoid Cam Newton


Honestly i'd like just to trade down and collect more draft picks.
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I'd give them the 1st just to avoid Cam Newton


Honestly i'd like just to trade down and collect more draft picks.
Yeah I just dont see 1 guy helping that much.. Trade down get good players.. BUILD a damn team finally
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Is Flynn really worth that?

Tebow and their 2nd
Tebow, their high 2nd and their high 4th!!!
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