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Old 01-19-2012, 08:59 AM   #76
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Between Clayborne and Kirpatrick, Clayborne is the better corner back of the two. The question now becomes, how much has Kirpatrick fallen if at all down the draft boards because of this? If Trent Williams had gotten caught smoking weed months before he was drafted by the Redskins, Bruce Allen would have selected Russell Okung instead. So, Kirpatrick probably has thrown himself completely out of the top ten with this weed bust.
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Old 01-19-2012, 09:25 AM   #77
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Between Clayborne and Kirpatrick, Clayborne is the better corner back of the two. The question now becomes, how much has Kirpatrick fallen if at all down the draft boards because of this? If Trent Williams had gotten caught smoking weed months before he was drafted by the Redskins, Bruce Allen would have selected Russell Okung instead. So, Kirpatrick probably has thrown himself completely out of the top ten with this weed bust.
Not exactly fair or logical but, true. Draft Kirpatrick in the 3rd...
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Old 01-19-2012, 09:34 AM   #78
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3rd round? Yeah I don't think he's falling that far
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Old 01-19-2012, 09:39 AM   #79
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3rd round? Yeah I don't think he's falling that far
I don't want him any sooner.
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Between Clayborne and Kirpatrick, Clayborne is the better corner back of the two. The question now becomes, how much has Kirpatrick fallen if at all down the draft boards because of this? If Trent Williams had gotten caught smoking weed months before he was drafted by the Redskins, Bruce Allen would have selected Russell Okung instead. So, Kirpatrick probably has thrown himself completely out of the top ten with this weed bust.
He no doubt pushed himself out of the top ten. Wouldn't be surprised if he falls to mid to late first round.
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NFLPA Bowl really wasting a lot of scouts' time. Major fail
SS, please elaborate
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Old 01-19-2012, 09:55 AM   #82
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Kirkpatrick's situation & others that fail a test pre-draft always reminds me of Warren Sapp. We could've taken him that year but got M. Westbrook instead! Sapp fell all the way to 12 & went on to have a hall of fame career.
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SS, please elaborate
They decide to include underclassmen in the game, actually just one I believe. By rule, NFL scouts can't scout practice or games of an all-star game in person where underclassmen are playing so the players union basically created a game that no one can scout.

Incidentally, Phillip Daniels is coaching the DL for one of the squads
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Kirkpatrick's situation & others that fail a test pre-draft always reminds me of Warren Sapp. We could've taken him that year but got M. Westbrook instead! Sapp fell all the way to 12 & went on to have a hall of fame career.
Uh, I liked Westbrook.
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I don't want him any sooner.
Nice one, any sooner.
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Old 01-20-2012, 01:36 AM   #86
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Redskins should look at drafting Blackmon if he falls. Gonna be a beast
Sure. When the smoke clears and Luck are RG3 have been fought over, I hope Blackmon is sitting there at six. If his workout(s) is/are great and he 'checks' out, take him.
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Old 01-21-2012, 08:18 PM   #87
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Official Website of the Senior Bowl

We are going to be coaching some GREAT players, Upshaw from Bama, Adcock, Martin and Weeden from OSU, Jenkins the former Gator, Zebrie Sanders the LT from FSU, Brian Quick the 6'5 220 4.4 speed receiver from App State...theres a lot of guys with a lot of potential.
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The South team is the team to have. (cue Dirtbag comment about the SEC)
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Official Website of the Senior Bowl

We are going to be coaching some GREAT players, Upshaw from Bama, Adcock, Martin and Weeden from OSU, Jenkins the former Gator, Zebrie Sanders the LT from FSU, Brian Quick the 6'5 220 4.4 speed receiver from App State...theres a lot of guys with a lot of potential.
Nick Foles of AZ is also on the South Team. He looks like an NFL QB to me. Don't beat me up too much for saying that his delivery reminds me of Tom Brady.

Too bad Tannehill got hurt. It would have been good for the Skins to get a close-up look at him, as well. Tannehill's delivery reminds me of - well, nobody.

Markelle Martin is a favorite of mine. He is a FS who covers a lot of ground and arrives in a bad mood. I hope the Skins brass likes him as much as I do.
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Earthquake, sell me on Michael Brockers as a long term solution at DE in our scheme. And...go.
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