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Old 07-10-2009, 08:25 AM   #16
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Re: Redskins Showing Interest in Kentucky DE Jeremy Jarmon

I guess I wouldn't have a big problem giving up a 4th or 5th.
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Old 07-10-2009, 10:35 PM   #17
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I guess I wouldn't have a big problem giving up a 4th or 5th.
I don't know the kid and have not seen anything about him. If he's that good and can help the team this yr then go for him but if he's raw and would take a yr to develope then no. If he is that good then I could see Vinny offering a 3rd. Then next yr using the 1st and 2nd on offense....perhaps O-line considering the defense would be pretty much done bar any injuries.
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Thing is, if you draft him, he has to make the team. Which means, he has to outplay Wynn/Buzbee. Which means you can't take him if you aren't absolutely certain he can help the team's DL depth THIS season. As a rookie.
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Gil Brandt on NFL radio said he thought it would take a 3rd rounder to get this kid, for whatever it's worth. Gtripp, I don't agree with you. If you draft a rookie, especially in the supplemental draft, you're drafting them for the future. Not this year. He's an investment that you have to let grow.
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Does anyone know of a site where all the players that are available in the supplemental draft are listed and evaluated?
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Old 07-11-2009, 12:16 PM   #21
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I would be pissed if we spend a 4th on this guy....remember, he is totally clueless as he missed out on all the rookie classes/practice/etc.
Therefore, I would suggest that he should be drafted up to 1 round later that where he would have been drafted in april.
We don't need this guy...if we get him for a 5th, I'd be fine with it...but he will be running around like a chicken with his head cut off for the first half of the year....that is not good.

A 3rd?....that would really suck...as a 3rd should arguably be used for a starter in year 1...if not year 2.
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Re: Redskins Showing Interest in Kentucky DE Jeremy Jarmon

What happens to Wynn, Daniels, and Alexander if we get this guy?
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I would be pissed if we spend a 4th on this guy....remember, he is totally clueless as he missed out on all the rookie classes/practice/etc.
Therefore, I would suggest that he should be drafted up to 1 round later that where he would have been drafted in april.
We don't need this guy...if we get him for a 5th, I'd be fine with it...but he will be running around like a chicken with his head cut off for the first half of the year....that is not good.

A 3rd?....that would really suck...as a 3rd should arguably be used for a starter in year 1...if not year 2.
I'd just like to see us hold on to all of our draft picks in the first three rounds. In addition, I'd like to see the FO try to acquire additional picks in the first three rounds via trade whenever it makes sense to do so.

If I were GM, very few players would retire as Redskins on my watch. They'd be traded and replaced while they still had some value. If that makes me a bad guy, so be it. I just want to see the Skins build a dynasty.

More to the point, I doubt that this guy is special enough to merit a 3rd. I could live with a 4th if Vinny wants him.
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What happens to Wynn, Daniels, and Alexander if we get this guy?
We'd most likely cut Buzbee if we got him. From what I'm reading most of the draft experts thought he was a mid to late round pick in this years draft. Now Vinny sees him at a workout and wants to outbid the other teams to get him. Jarmon's true value is a 5th, but I could give up a 4th. Anything more is a huge reach in my mind.
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Re: Redskins Showing Interest in Kentucky DE Jeremy Jarmon

Someone remind me... do we have all of our 2010 picks?

For some reason in my head I thought we gave up a 4th in 2010 to the Dolphins for Taylor or maybe someone else...
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Someone remind me... do we have all of our 2010 picks?

For some reason in my head I thought we gave up a 4th in 2010 to the Dolphins for Taylor or maybe someone else...
I think it was a 2nd this year and a 6th next year (2010) wasn't it?
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Yes, a second in 2009 and a 6th in 2010 for Jason Taylor. Isn't that great? We haven't offered enough for his considerable production. We should give the Fins our #1 next year just to be nice.
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correct me if i am wrong. last year we had a chance to use a pick on the RT in balt. i dnt remember what they used to grad him, but i do recall he had bagage. the kid turned into a surprise and a beast at RT fot the ravens. i would use a 3rd if we have one avaible. then next year we focous on the offensive line, plus the kid would come cheap.
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After signing Haynesworth and drafting Orakpo, you would think Redskins are done with D-line.. If it wouldn't cost us a high round, then I wouldn't complain I guess.. After all, more than half of the league checked him out..

If we try to accquire Jarmon, then does this mean Redskins seems to be set on playing Orakpo as LB?
You can never have too many effective pass rushers. If he makes the team better, sign him.
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I guess I wouldn't have a big problem giving up a 4th or 5th.

Why would anyone have a problem with that? We usually throw those away for guys who wear T-shirts on Sunday.
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