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Old 03-11-2012, 07:49 PM   #46
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Since March FA is so thin at OT, maybe we can find a FA right tackle after the June 1 round of cuts.
Maybe. And we probably won't even have to wait until June 1st to find out who that is, since teams can designate a player they cut as a "June 1st" casualty in order to release him sooner.
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Old 03-11-2012, 08:59 PM   #47
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Are there any 3rd round RT projected as starting caliber?
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Are there any 3rd round RT projected as starting caliber?
If they were right-away starting caliber they likely would not be in the third round.

Personally the only trade up into the second move that I would like would be a trade-up to get OT Mike Adams.
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I think MS and BA did a good job finding good prospects in the 3rd, 4th, and 5th rounds last year. We have four picks in those three rounds, so I would be fine with the staying put and doing their thing again.
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If they were right-away starting caliber they likely would not be in the third round.

Personally the only trade up into the second move that I would like would be a trade-up to get OT Mike Adams.
Didn't say anything about trading up.

My question is about the third round prospects:
Which of the this year's third round RT could start and become this season's Jared Veldeer?
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Didn't say anything about trading up.

My question is about the third round prospects:
Which of the this year's third round RT could start and become this season's Jared Veldeer?
I know you didn't say anything about trading up. I did not mean to put words in your mouth. But you did mention starter. 3rd round starters are very rare...or they would not be third rounders...hence the trade-up mention.

But to go with the spirit of your question, IMO perhaps Nate Potter from Boise St. can be had in the 3rd or 4th and be developed into a starter. He has the Shanny build.
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I think MS and BA did a good job finding good prospects in the 3rd, 4th, and 5th rounds last year. We have four picks in those three rounds, so I would be fine with the staying put and doing their thing again.
Yeah. In the middle rounds, you can either address needs or try to take whatever starters are remaining on your board. You just need to get incredibly lucky to do both.

Tight end starters with good upside are typically there in the middle rounds. Although this is kind of a weak year for TEs.
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Yeah. In the middle rounds, you can either address needs or try to take whatever starters are remaining on your board. You just need to get incredibly lucky to do both.

Tight end starters with good upside are typically there in the middle rounds. Although this is kind of a weak year for TEs.
Such as Washington's own Chris Cooley (3rd rounder).
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Baltimore just made a "sizable" offer to Ben Grubbs, but he has not immediately accepted it.

He'll probably leave town if he turns them down.

Just the latest news.
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Are there any 3rd round RT projected as starting caliber?
Mitchell Schwartz, California, NFL Draft - CBSSports.com - NFLDraftScout.com

This guy was at the senior bowl and played well elevated his stock to late second, 3rd round. Mitchell Shwartz out of California. Might need a year in the system, then a starter at RT wouldnt be out of the question. Has the versatilty of playing both spots.
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Cards are going to release Levi Brown, per Sheft. Was drafted 2007, 5th overall pick.
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levi and grubbs are too expensive.
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Wow. Eric Winston is available now
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Wow. Eric Winston is available now
Yeah but he doesn't have any experience in our style of offense.
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Yeah but he doesn't have any experience in our style of offense.


We have a likely new candidate for RT.
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