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NFL UFA

Unread postby JCoz » Sun May 01, 2011 12:14 pm

So with the lockout back on, that means no UFA's can be talked to, right?

What are the ones the browns may be interested in?
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Re: NFL UFA

Unread postby OldDawg » Sun May 01, 2011 9:52 pm

From http://aol.sportingnews.com/nfl/feed/20 ... ed-players

Btw, isn't Dane Sanzenbacher acailable, or did he get drafted?

Top 20 undrafted players

1. Jerrard Tarrant, FS, Georgia Tech
Missed the 2009 season after being suspended for rape charges that were later dropped. Has legitimate cover skills and could force his way onto a roster and get playing time thanks to his athletic skills.

2. Mark Herzlich, OLB, Boston College
Beat cancer to start in 2010. Herzlich needs more time to regain his explosiveness and speed, but he’s a smart, tough, physical player who shares many qualities with Chiefs linebacker Mike Vrabel.

3. Ian Williams, NT, Notre Dame
A three-year starter with experience in both a 3-4 and 4-3 defense, Williams has great character and work ethic. He is a much better run defender than pass rusher at this stage.

4. Owen Spencer, WR, North Carolina State
Has great size (6-2, 192 pounds) and length. Good speed (4.55), but not very strong in his run after the catch or tough as a blocker. Does a good job of separating from press. Was a three-year starter for the Wolfpack.

5. Derrick Locke, RB, Kentucky
An explosive, big-play threat that fell because of his diminutive stature (5-8 ¼, 187 pounds). Injury-prone. Does have excellent open-field ability.

6. Joe Lefeged, S, Rutgers
Lack of production against the run kept him from getting drafted, but he has the speed, acceleration and quickness to become a viable NFL safety and special-teams player. Has the burst needed to close effectively.

7. Jeff Maehl, WR, Oregon
Shined in the BCS title game by showing decent speed and toughness. He consistently goes across the middle and takes hits while holding onto the ball. Needs to add some bulk to continue that at the next level.

8. Jamar Newsome, WR, Central Florida
Very quick and athletic receiver with good hands. Does not have premier playing speed and lacks size (6-0, 200 pounds). However, showed on film he has what it takes to make it as a slot receiver and returner in the NFL.

9. Terrence Toliver, WR, LSU
Great combination of size (6-4, 211 pounds), speed and strength. Struggles with consistency at times and can disappear on film. When engaged, he can dominate his position, especially showing a solid ability to run after the catch. Needs to improve his route running to help create separation.
Georgia Tech safety Jerrard Tarrant is Russ Lande's top undrafted player. (AP Photo)

10. Damien Berry, RB, Miami (Fla.)
A first-year starter in 2010 after a brief stint at safety. Highly productive special-teams player. More of a move-the-chains type of back.

11. Kris O’Dowd, C, USC
A potential first-round pick last year, but fell this year because he lacks athleticism. What he has is toughness and competitiveness.

12. Jimmy Young, WR, TCU
Lacks the explosiveness of TCU teammate Jeremy Kerley, but is a bigger receiver with better strength and deceptive playing speed. Good hands and is a very strong runner after the catch.

13. Ryan Bartholomew, C, Syracuse
Very muscular and powerful center who is able to lock and control defensive tackles despite being less than 6-foot-1. Highly productive college player.

14. Justin Boren, G, Ohio State
Decent size (6-2, 309 pounds) with strength and toughness. He is not really flexible and struggles with his balance. Should be a backup at all three interior offensive line positions.

15. Jon Cornell, MLB, Mississippi
A smart, instinctive linebacker who is constantly around the ball making tackles against the run. Solid in small-area pass coverage, but lacks speed.

16. Anthony Elzy, RB, North Carolina
Had three straight 100-yard games before getting hurt. A quick and athletic back with excellent hands and open-field running ability. Potentially a good third-down back.

17. Zac Etheridge, DB, Auburn
A neck issue kept Etheridge from going in this year’s draft. He can be an immediate contributor on coverage teams. Has enough skills to eventually crack a starting lineup in the right situation.

18. Will Hill, S, Florida
Undrafted because of maturity issues and poor top-end speed. However, he plays faster on film than he did at the Combine and shows the instincts needed to break effectively on plays in front.

19. Alex Linnenkohl, C, Oregon State
A three-year starter for the Beavers. He has a square build with shorter arms for the position. Although he has very good initial quickness, he is only a marginal athlete with little upside. Smart and savvy.

20. Pierre Allen, DE, Nebraska
A solid prospect with the measurables to be a prototypical defensive end. Gives maxium effort on every snap and could add depth for any 4-3 defense.
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Re: NFL UFA

Unread postby Cerebral_DownTime » Mon May 02, 2011 12:49 am

Terrence Tolliver interests me.
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Re: NFL UFA

Unread postby MikeCheckGW » Mon May 02, 2011 8:18 am

OldDawg wrote:From http://aol.sportingnews.com/nfl/feed/20 ... ed-players

Btw, isn't Dane Sanzenbacher acailable, or did he get drafted?



Sanzenbacher did not get drafted. Not sure why he is not listed in the top 20 UFA. I would definitely say he is a top 10 undrafted FA.
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Unread postby SoulDawg74 » Mon May 02, 2011 1:13 pm

GBN's top 300 udfa's revealed some intriuiging talent which will eventually don some of these NFL rosters .

Plenty of QB projects for Homie , including Devlin &Portis and some overlooked linebackers particularly that kid from Boston College coming off a broken back Mark Herzlich and Barnes from NCAA champ Auburn and some big OT, DT and some credible DE's and safeties which went undrafted.

http://www.gbnreport.com/updatedtop100.htmlDeAndre McDaniel FS Clemson
Pat Devlin QB Delaware
Jeron Johnson FS Boise State
Deunta Williams FS North Carolina (X)
Ray Dominquez OT Arkansas
Mark Herzlich LB Boston College (X)
Terrance Tolliver WR LSU
Pierre Allen DE Nebraska
Ian Williams DT Notre Dame
Kris O'Dowd C Southern California (X)
Derrick Locke RB Kentucky
Adrien Moten LB Maryland
Joe Lefeged FS Rutgers
Ricardo Lockette WR Fort Valley State
Cedric Thornton DT Southern Arkansas
Jarriel King OT South Carolina
Ugo Chinasa DE Oklahoma State
Zach Hurd OG UConn
Tim Barnes C Missouri
Josh Byrnes LB Auburn
Brandon Bair DE Oregon (DT)
Martin Parker DT Richmond
Noel Devine RB West Virginia
Ryan Jones CB Northwest Missouri State
Nick Bellore LB Central Michigan
Mario Harvey LB Marshall
Willie Smith OT East Carolina
Scott Lutrus LB UConn
*Jerrard Tarant FS Georgia Tech
*Tori Gurley WR South Carolina
Alex Wujciak LB Maryland
*Weslye Saunders TE South Carolina (O)
*Will Hill FS Florida
Kendric Burney CB North Carolina
Kai Forbath PK UCLA
Terrance Turner WR Indiana
Alex Linnenkohl C Oregon State
Ryan Winterswyck DE Boise State
Orie Lemon LB Oklahoma State
Sealver Silga DT Utah
Henry Hynoski FB Pittsburgh
Kyle Hix OT Texas
Scott Tolzein QB Wisconsin
Ryan Donahue P Iowa
David Sims SS Iowa State
Justin Boren OG Ohio State
Brian Duncan LB Texas Tech
Adam Grant OT Arizona
Ollie Ogbu DT Penn State
Zane Taylor C Utah
Jeremiha Hunter LB Iowa
Mike McNeill TE Nebraska
Andrew Rich SS BYU
Josh Portis QB Californai (PA)
*Darren Evans RB Virginia Tech (X)
Adrian Taylor DT Oklahoma (X)
Josh Jasper PK LSU
Devon Torrence CB Ohio State
Peanut Joseph LB Temple
Mana Silva FS Hawaii
Jerrod Johnson QB Texas A&M
*DeAndre Brown WR Southern Mississippi
Bryant Browning OG Ohio State
Schuyler Oordt TE Northern Iowa
Quentin Davie LB Northwestern
Mario Fannin RB Auburn
Andre Holmes WR Hillsdale
Derrell Smith LB Syracuse
Dane Sansenbacher WR Ohio State
Chas Henry P Florida
Colby Whitlock DT Texas Tech
Stephen Friday DE Virginia Tech
Charlie Gantt TE Michigan State
*Tom Keiser LB Stanford (DE)
Brandon Saine RB Ohio State
Taylor Potts QB Texas Tech
Zac Etheridge SS Auburn
*John Clay RB Wisconsin
Ryan Colburn QB Fresno State
Ladi Ajiboye DT South Carolina
Josh Davis OT Georgia
Jeff Van Camp QB Florida Atlantic
Nate Williams SS Washington
Anthony Gray DT Southern Missisippi
Marshall Williams WR Wake Forest
Eric Gordon LB Michigan State (SS)
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Herzlich more than meets the eye

Unread postby SoulDawg74 » Mon May 02, 2011 1:42 pm

SoulDawg74 wrote:GBN's top 300 udfa's revealed some intriuiging talent which will eventually don some of these NFL rosters .

Plenty of QB projects for Homie , including Devlin &Portis and some overlooked linebackers particularly that kid from Boston College coming off a broken back Mark Herzlich and Barnes from NCAA champ Auburn and some big OT, DT and some credible DE's and safeties which went undrafted.

http://www.gbnreport.com/updatedtop100.htmlDeAndre McDaniel FS Clemson
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NFP's Wes Bunting on Mark Herzlich:
"A tall, well-built outside linebacker who is the fiery, emotional leader on the defense. Exhibits above-average balance and fluidity in space for a guy his size. Does a nice job quickly getting out of his breaks and cleanly closing on the football in zone.

Now, lacks an elite initial burst when asked to click and close on the throw and isn't a guy who can consistently make plays in man. But, possesses a good feel in coverage and consistently is able to get early jumps on the football.

Showcases good instincts at the line of scrimmage as well when asked to read his run keys. Routinely is able to diagnose the football quickly and attack downhill. Lacks great range, but runs well for the position and generates good power through his hips on contact. Possesses a long set of arms, which consistently allow him to wrap on contact.

Now, isn't the most nimble of athletes and will struggle to break down on shifty ball carriers in space, but uses his length well and simply finds a way to get his man on the ground. Does a nice job when asked to set the edge and anchor on perimeter runs. However, he isn't a real consistent stack and shed guy. Doesn't possess a great punch/pop on contact when trying to shed and can be sealed at times from the play.

Impression: Is a good athlete for his size, but is able to play even faster at times due to his instincts. Never quite regained his form from 2008, but slowly improved as the year went on. His medical will be huge in determining his draft stock and if he can prove he's healthy, the guy can a player in the league."

NFL Draft Scout on Mark Herzlich:
"Mark Herzlich was, to borrow a cliche, living the dream.

With Boston College searching for a star athlete to build around after quarterback Matt Ryan left for the Atlanta Falcons a year earlier, Herzlich responded, earning the 2008 ACC Defensive Player of the Year award with an all-around season few linebackers could beat -- 110 tackles, 13 tackles for loss, three sacks, two forced fumbles, two fumble recoveries and two touchdowns off of his six interceptions, more than any linebacker in the country.

Herzlich had put up similar numbers in 2007 (97 tackles, 12 tackles for loss, two forced fumbles, two fumbles recoveries, 1.5 sacks, one interception) and had impressed as a freshman by registering 42 tackles, five tackles for loss and a sack in limited duty.

Herzlich considered leaving Boston College early for the NFL. He returned because he was enjoying the collegiate experience. Had he left, he would have been a first-round pick. After all, Herzlich was given the top grade among all senior prospects by National Football Scouting entering the 2009 draft.

Herzlich in May 2009 decided to investigate the pain he'd been experiencing in his left leg and was given shocking news by doctors. The pain was caused by a rare form of bone cancer, Ewing's Sarcoma. Though the cancer has approximately a 70 percent recovery rate, the infection was in his left leg. Doctors cautioned that even if Herzlich survived, his football career was almost surely over. Instead, after seven months of chemotherapy and an additional five weeks of radiation, Herzlich was cancer-free.

Despite battling through various injuries that limited him from the time fall camp began, Herzlich played in all 12 regular-season games for the Eagles in 2010. He finished third on the team with 67 tackles, including 3.5 for loss. Herzlich's play improved as the season progressed, demonstrating he still has the knack for making big plays with four interceptions.

He might have proven he has ample fortitude and could be considered a second-round pick. But before any NFL team is willing to invest a draft selection in Herzlich, he will undergo a battery of tests performed by NFL team doctors. They'll test for cancer and gauge the strength in his left leg, in which Herzlich had a titanium rod inserted to expedite his recovery.

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Read & React: Rare diagnosis skills. Is seemingly always around the ball. Reads his keys quickly and takes excellent angles to beat the football to a spot. Aggressively attacks the line of scrimmage against the run, but can apply the brakes and change direction quickly if initially fooled by play-action.

Run Defense: Good initial quickness toward the line of scrimmage against the run. Slices through gaps, showing good burst, lateral agility and instincts to consistently meet the ballcarrier near the line of scrimmage. Good balance, agility and vision to flow through the trash and the line of scrimmage, as well as laterally to string plays wide. Has an explosive pop to disengage quickly from blockers. Has the prototypical long arms, good upper-body strength and good balance required for breaking free quickly. Rare effort in pursuit laterally and downfield. Goes all out, all the time.

Pass Defense: Gains good depth on his initial drop, staying balanced and ready to turn either direction quickly. Efficient footwork. Rarely takes a misstep. Has good, not great, overall agility and straight-line speed for sticking with his receiver or tight end assignment, but understands the angles of the game, remaining consistently in between his opponent and the passer. Tracks the quarterback's eyes and shows good route-recognition and the burst to break on the ball. Good ball skills.

Tackling: One of the more reliable open-field tacklers in the nation. Excellent balance for his size when breaking down to tackle smaller, quicker athletes. Shows proper technique in running through his tackles and his form is a picture of the hit-lift-drive technique. Shows legitimate explosiveness as a hitter, often knocking the ballcarrier backward. Wraps his arms securely rather than relying on impact when leading with his shoulder or helmet. Possesses the long arms and good hand-eye coordination to trip up ballcarriers in pursuit.

Pass Rush/Blitz: Very experienced as a pass rusher in this scheme, showing good timing of the snap, burst to beat the tackle wide and rare closing speed for a man of his size to chase down the quarterback. Typically relies on his speed or a good bull rush to gain freedom off the edge. Could be that much better off the edge with refinement of his pass-rush technique. Flashes a swim move, but doesn't use it enough. Must be more aware of protecting his knees. To his credit, he gets back up quickly, but is consistently knocked to the ground because he doesn't bend and use his hands effectively to slap away cut-blocks, especially from running backs. Flashes the leaping ability to jump over blocks, but isn't consistent in this area.

Intangibles: Highly respected on and off the field by the coaching staff, teammates and fans. Was a fixture on the BC sideline throughout the 2009-10 season while battling cancer. Helped raise over $200,000 for cancer research. Earned numerous honors for his courage and outreach, including the Disney Spirit Award, an honorary Lott Trophy and the ACC Commissioner's Cup. As part of his treatment for the weakening of the tibia in his left leg, Herzlich had a titanium rod inserted in the center of his fibula for support. He battled various other injuries in 2010, including a stress fracture in his right foot and a broken left hand.

Mocking The Draft on Mark Herzlich:
"Coverage: To start the year Herzlich was playing further outside than most would expect from an outside linebacker. It was an interesting move because it was apparent that Herzlich still hadn't gotten back to full speed after going through cancer treatments and a difficult foot injury. Mark Herzlich continued to make his comeback case, though. Herzlich made few mistakes in the open and when he did it wasn't glaring in the least. As the year went by, Herzlich became better and better with his coverage and proved to many doubters that instincts can make up for agility when in coverage.

Instincts/Play Recognition: Mark Herzlich has the best instincts as a linebacker in his last two years playing in college football. Herzlich had four interceptions this season (he had a cast on his hand for much of the regular season) and caught 6 interceptions two years ago. On and off the field, Mark Herzlich was the leader for Boston College. While he was battling cancer, Herzlich stayed on the team to help coach the linebackers. Tactically, Herzlich is as savvy as linebackers get.

Pass Rush: Herzlich will never be known for his pass rush. He didn't register a sack this season (he rarely rushed the pocket). Whoever drafts Herzlich will not be looking for him to head into the Clay Matthews mold. He could be involved in a few blitz packages, but don't expect him to impress you with his dynamic pass rushing ability. Herzlich will never be known for his passing attack because of a poor first step. If Herzlich can utilize a bull rush tactic he has the chance to negate the first step.

Pursuit/Lateral Movement and Agility: If Mark Herzlich can score well with scouts during the Senior bowl tryouts and time well at the combine, look for Herzlich to be a second round pick. The problem is that the lateral movement we saw in 2008 has still not regained its full shape; as a matter of fact it may never return. Herzlich will use his intelligence to beat the runner to the spot but he had a difficult time chasing the ball carriers this season. These traits will be the X factor to decide whether or not he is worth the risk early in the draft.

Quickness: Within the hash marks, Herzlich can dazzle a lineman with his quickness, but he will never be known for his quickness on the outside. Mark can be seen lumbering toward the ball carrier on many occasions. Herzlich needs improvement in this category if he plans on being an every down linebacker in the NFL.

Run Defense: Mark Herzlich can blow up the offensive blocking scheme from the outset. He's averaged around 7 TFL's in his last two seasons. In an instant, Herzlich can diagnose a rushing play and disrupt the play in the backfield. Herzlich's pure size is enough to intimidate any running back, but his ability to shed blocks has made Herzlich the player he's always wanted to be.

Strength: With restrictions on leg exercises during his cancer treatment, Herzlich decided to focus and build on his upper body during his off-season. When he returned he put his feet on the scale and was nearly the same exact weight he was in 2008. His legs could always use more strength, but that will all come in time. His upper body strength is near perfection for a young man with his body type. Give him an off-season with an NFL training schedule and he'll be able to throw running backs down like it's nothing.

Final Word: The entire country was able to witness the best story college football has seen in a while. Meeting and talking to Mark the game day he announced that cancer had finally been stricken from his body. His personality is perfect for a football player; reserved and kind off the field and a monster once he steps on the gridiron. Look for Mark to be picked anywhere from mid 2nd to the 3rd round."

Draft InSider on Mark Herzlich:
"Bio: Three-year starter awarded the ACC's Brian Piccolo Award as a senior after finishing the season with 65 tackles, 3.5 tackles, and 4 interceptions. Sat on the sidelines in 2009 after being diagnosed with Ewing's sarcoma, a rare form of bone cancer. All-Conference and All-American recipient as a junior in 2008, when he led Boston College with 110 tackles, 13 tackles for loss, 6 interceptions, and 8 pass break-ups. Sophomore totals included 97/12/1.5.

Positive: One-time highly rated prospect who was slowed by injury and illness the past two years. At the top of his game Herzlich is a playmaker on defense who goes sideline to sideline chasing plays or forcing the action up the field. Gets depth on pass drops, remains disciplined with coverage assignments, and shows skill over the tight end or covering ball carriers out of the backfield. Sells out on the blitz and is tough to stop up the field. Breaks down well and uses his hands correctly. Instinctive and effectively diagnoses the action.

Negative: Lost a lot of quickness and speed upon his return in 2010. Struggles getting off blocks. Displayed a minimal burst. Had difficulty making plays with his back to the ball. Lost a step of speed and was not able to go sideline to sideline.

Analysis: Herzlich, justifiably considered a potential top ten pick before his illness of 2009, valiantly returned to the football field last year and was one of the better stories from college football. His play on the field was not as explosive or quick as previous years and right now Herzlich projects as a two-down, run-defending inside linebacker for a team willing to take a chance on him late in the draft."

SideLine Scouting on Mark Herzlich:
"Positives: Plays with fire and intensity, a natural leader at the linebacker position who embraces that role... Has ideal frame to play inside in 4-3 scheme, but in athletic enough to drop into zone coverage and make plays in a 3-4... Loves to hit, never shies away from contact, forced five fumbles in first three years at Boston College... Fearless and very instinctual on the field, generally stays with gap assignments and isn't often fooled by misdirection plays... Does not give up on plays, always wants to make the tackle... Production is unquestionable, tallied 110 tackles (81 solo) and six interceptions in 2008... Does not miss many tackles, breaks down well and wraps up ball carrier... Battled and overcame Ewing's sarcoma to come back and play only a year later... Has received numerous awards for courage and leadership... Has the mentality NFL teams look for in a linebacker and team leader.

Negatives: Tends to tackle too high, needs to lower pad level when making hits near line of scrimmage... Does not drive feet particularly well when tackling, uses upper-body strength to wrestle opponents to the ground instead of driving through with legs... Has decent speed, but not as quick as top players at the position... Has been clocked in the mid-4.6 range, but is to be expected for a player of his size at the position... Does not have a big arsenal of pass-rushing moves, mostly relies on upper-body strength to shed blockers instead of utilizing spin and rip moves to disengage... Is able to run with most TEs in college, but may have difficulty keeping up with NFL TEs, is probably best suited in zone coverage... Some teams may have questions about health after battling cancer a season ago."

Consensus Draft on Mark Herzlich:
Overview: Mark is a 2005 graduate of Conestoga H.S. in Wayne, PA where he earned Associated Press Class AAAA All-State first-team honors as asenior linebacker and gained All-Central League first-team accolades in 2004 and 005. Mark was a three-time all-Chester County, All-Suburban and All-Main Line selection, and became the first player in school history to win the team MVP award three times. Herzlich also registered a team-high 153 tackles, including 48 solo stops, in 2005; totaled eight tackles for a loss, including four sacks and returned a blocked field goal 86 yards for a touchdown Mark recorded 142 tackles and made four interceptions as a junior, and he also lined up at fullback in 2003 and 2004; scored three offensive touchdowns, and led the Pioneers to back-to-back Central League titles (2004 and 2005.) Mark also starred as an attack man on Conestoga's lacrosse team.

At B.C., he played in all 13 games as a true freshman in 2006, gained numerous all-freshman accolades, and racked up 42 tackles and 5 TFLs in part time action. In 2007, he started really establishing himself as an elite college LB, and future draftable commodity. He was named to the 2008 Lott Trophy and Butkus Award Watch Lists and started all 14 games, finishing second in total tackles with 97 (55 solos, 42 assists). Mark also led the team with 12 tackles-for-loss (60 yards) to go with 1.5 sacks, 4 pass breakups, 2 forced fumbles, 2 fumble recoveries, one quarterback hurry and an interception.

Strengths: Very good LB size. Runs right past or through blockers to create havoc in the backfield. Very productive, and shows good instincts and leadership abilities. Has good flexibility. Brings the hammer with him. Plays within himself and within the framework of the defense. Mature and smart. Has all the measurables and the production to go with it.

Weaknesses: A bit stiff in the hips. Not terribly aware in pass coverage, and may not be an ideal guy to put one-on-one with the TE in coverage, though he has the size to match up. Can overpursue and give up responsibilities for the big play opportunity occasionally.

Projection: Has most of what you want in a starting LB in the NFL. If he declares he should be a first day selection.
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Re: Lotta goodies left

Unread postby JacksonDysonJackson » Mon May 02, 2011 3:36 pm

SD, I love ya brah, but do you honestly think anyone is going to read a post of that length?
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Re: Lotta goodies left

Unread postby SoulDawg74 » Mon May 02, 2011 5:12 pm

JacksonDysonJackson wrote:SD, I love ya brah, but do you honestly think anyone is going to read a post of that length?


SD:

Actually it was two seperate posts , got blended with the move .

On Herzilch , injury concerns kept him off this weekend faire.

The C word is scary
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Re: Lotta goodies left

Unread postby pup » Tue May 03, 2011 8:04 am

SoulDawg74 wrote:
JacksonDysonJackson wrote:SD, I love ya brah, but do you honestly think anyone is going to read a post of that length?


SD:

Actually it was two seperate posts , got blended with the move .

On Herzilch , injury concerns kept him off this weekend faire.

The C word is scary


No, that was one long post. The part that got eliminated was the fact that you posted that twice.

For future reference, a link with a snippet of the good stuff probably works better.
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Re: Lotta goodies left

Unread postby SoulDawg74 » Tue May 03, 2011 10:56 am

pup wrote:
SoulDawg74 wrote:
JacksonDysonJackson wrote:SD, I love ya brah, but do you honestly think anyone is going to read a post of that length?


SD:

Actually it was two seperate posts , got blended with the move .

On Herzilch , injury concerns kept him off this weekend faire.

The C word is scary


No, that was one long post. The part that got eliminated was the fact that you posted that twice.

For future reference, a link with a snippet of the good stuff probably works better.


SD:

You mean something like this .

.http://bleacherreport.com/articles/620106-2011-nf l-free-agency-power-ranking-the-best-available-def ensive-studs/page/8


2011 NFL Free Agency: Power Ranking the Best Available Defensive Studs

2010 Team: Tampa Bay Buccaneers
2010 Stats: 120 tackles, two forced fumbles, one interception
What Makes Him Good: If you are looking for a prototypical middle linebacker, Barrett Ruud would be a great target.
He is also only 27 years old. I think Ruud is looking at a big pay day this offseason.
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Re: NFL UFA

Unread postby jb » Tue May 03, 2011 3:58 pm

JCoz wrote:So with the lockout back on, that means no UFA's can be talked to, right?

What are the ones the browns may be interested in?



I hope Westerwyck is one of the guys.
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