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meangene
01-25-2010, 07:14 AM
Here is the NFLN schedule - set your DVR's:



2010 Under Armour Senior Bowl on NFL Network Programming Schedule (all times are ET):
Monday, Jan. 25

3:30 p.m. -- Day 1: North Team Practice (HD)
8 p.m. -- Path to the Draft: Under Armour Senior Bowl Recap Show: Day 1 (HD)
Tuesday, Jan. 26

12 p.m. -- Day 2: North Team Practice (HD)
3 p.m. -- Day 2: South Team Practice (HD)
8 p.m. -- Path to the Draft: Under Armour Senior Bowl Recap Show: Day 2 (HD)
Wednesday, Jan. 27

12 p.m. -- Day 3: North Team Practice (HD)
3 p.m. -- Day 3: South Team Practice (HD)
8 p.m. -- Path to the Draft: Under Armour Senior Bowl Recap Show: Day 3 (HD)
Thursday, Jan. 28

12 p.m. -- Day 4: North Team Practice (HD)
3 p.m. -- Day 4: South Team Practice (HD)
8 p.m. -- Path to the Draft: Under Armour Senior Bowl Recap Show: Day 4 (HD)
Saturday, Jan. 30

3 p.m. -- NFL Total Access (HD) - Under Armour Senior Bowl Pregame Show
4 p.m. -- 2010 Under Armour Senior Bowl (HD)
7 p.m. -- NFL Total Access (HD) - Post-game analysis

TheElusiveKyleOrton
01-25-2010, 07:24 AM
Here is the NFLN schedule - set your DVR's:



2010 Under Armour Senior Bowl on NFL Network Programming Schedule (all times are ET):
Monday, Jan. 25

3:30 p.m. -- Day 1: North Team Practice (HD)
8 p.m. -- Path to the Draft: Under Armour Senior Bowl Recap Show: Day 1 (HD)
Tuesday, Jan. 26

12 p.m. -- Day 2: North Team Practice (HD)
3 p.m. -- Day 2: South Team Practice (HD)
8 p.m. -- Path to the Draft: Under Armour Senior Bowl Recap Show: Day 2 (HD)
Wednesday, Jan. 27

12 p.m. -- Day 3: North Team Practice (HD)
3 p.m. -- Day 3: South Team Practice (HD)
8 p.m. -- Path to the Draft: Under Armour Senior Bowl Recap Show: Day 3 (HD)
Thursday, Jan. 28

12 p.m. -- Day 4: North Team Practice (HD)
3 p.m. -- Day 4: South Team Practice (HD)
8 p.m. -- Path to the Draft: Under Armour Senior Bowl Recap Show: Day 4 (HD)
Saturday, Jan. 30

3 p.m. -- NFL Total Access (HD) - Under Armour Senior Bowl Pregame Show
4 p.m. -- 2010 Under Armour Senior Bowl (HD)
7 p.m. -- NFL Total Access (HD) - Post-game analysis

For the uninitiated (me), where's the cutoff between North and South?

meangene
01-25-2010, 07:32 AM
North Roster:


Last Updated: 1/25/2010
No. Name Position HT/WT School
81 Alexander, Danario WR 6-5 / 215 Missouri
44 Alualu, Tyson DL 6-3 / 290 California
52 Asamoah, Jon OL 6-5 / 315 Illinois
27 Asante, Larry DB 6-1 / 215 Nebraska
68 Beadles, Zane OL 6-4 / 305 Utah
25 Bell, Joique RB 6-1 / 223 Wayne State
9 Blount, LeGarrette RB 6-2 / 240 Oregon
29 Brown, Chris RB 5-10 / 200 Oklahoma
9 Butler, Donald LB 6-1 / 235 Washington
5 Canfield, Sean QB 6-4 / 214 Oregon State
96 Carrington, Alex DL 6-5 / 284 Arkansas State
4 Coleman, Kurt DB 5-11 / 195 Ohio State
2 Cook, Chris DB 6-2 / 210 Virginia
82 Dickerson, Dorin WR 6-2 / 230 Pittsburgh
83 Dickson, Ed TE 6-5 / 235 Oregon
59 Dillard, Phillip LB 6-1 / 240 Nebraska
72 Ducasse, Vladimir OL 6-5 / 330 Massachusetts
54 Edds, A.J. LB 6'4" / 244 Iowa
8 Ford, Jacoby WR 5-9 / 175 Clemson
18 Ghee, Brandon DB 6-0 / 190 Wake Forest
1 Gilyard, Mardy WR 6-1 / 187 Cincinnati
55 Graham, Brandon DL 6-2 / 263 Michigan
89 Graham, Garrett TE 6-3 / 250 Wisconsin
16 Hoomanawanui, Mike TE 6-5 / 270 Illinois
77 Iupati, Mike OL 6-6 / 325 Idaho
31 Jackson, Rashawn RB 6-1 / 245 Virginia
97 Lane, Austen DL 6-7 / 220 Murray State
67 Lauvao, Shawn OL 6-3 / 305 Arizona State
13 LeFevour, Dan QB 6-3 / 238 Central Michigan
28 McCarthy, Kyle DB 6-1 / 210 Notre Dame
21 McCourty, Devin DB 5-11 / 190 Rutgers
42 Mesko, Zoltan P 6-5 / 231 Michigan
10 Miller, Lonyae RB 5-11 / 215 Fresno State
40 Misi, Koa LB 6-3 / 263 Utah
92 Neal, Mike DL 6-4 / 302 Purdue
91 Odrick, Jared DL 6-5 / 296 Penn State
55 Olsen, Eric OL 6-5 / 305 Notre Dame
15 Pike, Tony QB 6-6 / 225 Cincinnati
23 Price, Taylor WR / Ohio
90 Schofield, O'Brien DL 6-3 / 248 Wisconsin
11 Skinner, Terrell DB 6-3 / 214 Maryland
98 Smith, D'Anthony DL 6-2 / 300 Louisiana Tech
14 Swenson, Brett PK 5-8 / 185 Michigan State
65 Tennant, Matt OL 6-4 / 294 Boston College
95 Thomas, Cam DL 6-3 / 325 North Carolina
5 Thompson, Syd'Quan DB 5-9 / 191 California
76 Wang, Ed OL 6-5 / 309 Virginia Tech
41 Washington, Daryl LB 6-3 / 234 TCU
12 Weatherspoon, Sean LB 6-2 / 250 Missouri
1 Wilson, Kyle DB 5-10 / 186 Boise State
93 Windt, Mike DS 6-2 / 250 Cincinnati
74 Young, Sam OL 6-8 / 320 Notre Dame

meangene
01-25-2010, 07:34 AM
South Roster:


Last Updated: 1/25/2010
No. Name Position HT/WT School
5 Allen, Nate DB 6-2 / 207 South Florida
28 Arenas, Javier DB 5-9 / 198 Alabama
56 Atkins, Geno DL 6-1 / 290 Georgia
70 Black, Ciron OL 6-5 / 322 LSU
16 Brown, Jarrett QB 6-4 / 221 West Virginia
53 Byers, Jeff OL 6-3 / 290 Southern Cal
69 Capers, Selvish OL 6-5 / 298 West Virginia
22 Chaney, Jamar LB 6-1 / 245 Mississippi State
62 Cody, Terrence DL 6-5 / 365 Alabama
52 Coleman, Antonio DL 6-3 / 261 Auburn
24 Coleman, Harry DB 6-2 / 206 LSU
11 Cooper, Riley WR 6-3 / 215 Florida
59 Cox, Morgan DS 6-4 / 226 Tennessee
17 Cox, Perrish DB 6-0 / 198 Oklahoma State
24 Dixon, Anthony RB 6-1 / 235 Mississippi State
42 Dodge, Matt P 6-2 / 220 East Carolina
80 Graham, Jimmy TE 6-8 / 260 Miami
3 Hodge, Shay WR 6-1 / 207 Ole Miss
33 Houston, Lamarr DL 6-2 / 300 Texas
77 Jerry, John OL 6-5 / 350 Ole Miss
78 Johnson, Mike OL 6-6 / 305 Alabama
13 Johnson, Stafon RB 5-11 / 210 Southern Cal
91 Lang, Brandon DL 6-3 / 256 Troy
58 Larsen, Ted OL / N.C. State
32 Lindley, Trevard DB 6-0 / 179 Kentucky
21 Mays, Taylor DB 6-3 / 235 Southern Cal
22 McCluster, Dexter WR/RB 5-8 / 165 Ole Miss
86 McCoy, Anthony TE 6-2 / 250 Southern Cal
38 Muckelroy, Roddrick LB 6-2 / 235 Texas
3 Murphy, Jerome DB 6-1 / 192 South Florida
40 Norwood, Eric LB 6-1 / 252 South Carolina
96 Owens, Jeff DL 6-3 / 300 Georgia
84 Peek, Colin TE 6-6 / 255 Alabama
66 Petrus, Mitch OL 6-4 / 315 Arkansas
7 Roberts, Andre WR 5-11 / 190 The Citadel
23 Robinson, Patrick DB 5-11 / 193 Florida State
10 Robinson, Zac QB 6-3 / 218 Oklahoma State
4 Rolle, Myron DB 6-2 / 218 Florida State
79 Scott, Chris OL 6-5 / 346 Tennessee
95 Selvie, George DL 6-4 / 250 South Florida
50 Sharpton, Darryl LB 6-0 / 235 Miami
91 Sheffield, Cameron LB 6-2 / 249 Troy
44 Tate, Ben RB 5-11 / 218 Auburn
15 Tebow, Tim QB 6-3 / 240 Florida
99 Tiffin, Leigh PK 6-2 / 212 Alabama
2 Upchurch, Roy RB 6-0 / 205 Alabama
55 Walton, J.D. OL 6-3 / 305 Baylor
36 Watson, Dekoda LB 6-2 / 228 Florida State
5 Webb, Joe WR 6-4 / 220 UAB
55 Williams, Dan DL 6-3 / 327 Tennessee
20 Williams, Jeremy WR 6-1 / 205 Tulane
93 Wilson, C.J. DL 6-4 / 278

meangene
01-25-2010, 07:35 AM
For the uninitiated (me), where's the cutoff between North and South?

Pretty arbitrary as you can see from the rosters.

Mediator12
01-25-2010, 09:12 AM
I think those rosters are incomplete meangene. There were some late pullouts and adds, but I have found nothing official on it yet. I will update them when I get a chance.

However, I am really pissed at most of the Senior projected First round prospects choosing not to play. Suh committed then bailed. Okung said no. Spiller said no. Ricky Sapp, who needs this game more than any other first round prospect IMHO, said no. Sergio Kindle was about to commit and his agent made him Bail. So, Again some real talent is going to sit this one out. I hope they all drop 5-10 spots ;D

Traveler
01-25-2010, 10:09 AM
I'm surprised Tebow decided to show up. There had been reports that he wasn't planning on attending. It'll be good to see just how well his game will translate to the pros this week.

PRBronco
01-25-2010, 10:48 AM
Did they already have the weigh in? It's vitally important to me to know who has man boobs.

meangene
01-25-2010, 10:59 AM
I think those rosters are incomplete meangene. There were some late pullouts and adds, but I have found nothing official on it yet. I will update them when I get a chance.

However, I am really pissed at most of the Senior projected First round prospects choosing not to play. Suh committed then bailed. Okung said no. Spiller said no. Ricky Sapp, who needs this game more than any other first round prospect IMHO, said no. Sergio Kindle was about to commit and his agent made him Bail. So, Again some real talent is going to sit this one out. I hope they all drop 5-10 spots ;D

They were last updated on 1-5 so there may well be some changes. I got those from the official site. It is frustrating when the top guys don't compete. A guy should do nothing but help himself by showing a wilingness and desire to compete. Just like some of the guys who don't perform at the combine. That's what happens when you get agents involved!

elsid13
01-25-2010, 01:42 PM
Did they already have the weigh in? It's vitally important to me to know who has man boobs.

Need something to whack off too? :D

elsid13
01-25-2010, 02:18 PM
Did anyone get to watch the practices today? I only saw brief clip when I walked in from work.

elsid13
01-25-2010, 02:26 PM
http://www.draftcountdown.com/features/SeniorBowl/reports/Weigh-In.php

Draft countdown has weights and heights.

PRBronco
01-25-2010, 03:05 PM
Need something to whack off too? :D

If they'll stop the run...:wiggle:

elsid13
01-25-2010, 03:33 PM
If they'll stop the run...:wiggle:

There is a pic of Cody, that make Smith (ALA) from last season look like a Calvin Klein model.

oubronco
01-25-2010, 05:44 PM
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<!-- title goes here -->WR Cooper, CB Murphy Impressing


<!-- end title --><!-- content goes here -->As the South practice, cornerbacks are lining up on the wide receivers at the line of scrimmage to show their abilty to disrupt their route at the snap. Florida WR Riley Cooper (http://profootball.scout.com/a.z?s=127&p=8&c=1&nid=4187009&yr=2010) has been impressive and very physical battling past every CB

oubronco
01-25-2010, 05:44 PM
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<!-- title goes here -->Taylor Mays Physical in Practice


<!-- end title --><!-- content goes here -->USC's Taylor Mays (http://profootball.scout.com/a.z?s=127&p=8&c=1&nid=4369990&yr=2010) was the most consistently physical and successful CB on that last drill in the South Practice. He uses his hands and upper body really well during initial contact at the line. Mays is behind only Tennessee's Eric Berry in Scout's rankings of safeties (http://profootball.scout.com/a.z?s=127&p=9&c=12&yr=2010&nid=83&lnid=124&rc=4&pid=33).
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oubronco
01-25-2010, 05:46 PM
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at <!-- time stamp goes here -->01/25/2010 05:23 PM ET <!-- end time stamp goes here -->
<!-- title goes here -->Blount Makes Strides


<!-- end title --><!-- content goes here -->Oregon RB Legarette Blount is quietly having a good day. He's finishing all of his runs and is doing his best to make scouts forget about the Boise State mess. Blount needs to impress this week, as he has over a dozen running backs ahead of him on our draft board. (http://profootball.scout.com/a.z?s=127&p=8&c=1&nid=4258729&yr=2010)
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at <!-- time stamp goes here -->01/25/2010 05:22 PM ET <!-- end time stamp goes here -->
<!-- title goes here -->South Defense Strong


<!-- end title --><!-- content goes here -->The South defense is dominating in team drills. There's no contact, but the defense is controlling the action.
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<!-- title goes here -->Ducasse Gets Time At OT


<!-- end title --><!-- content goes here -->Vladimir Ducasse, who has played well in the week's first practice, is projected by some as an OG, but is working at OT some today. Does your team need OL help. FIND YOUR FAVORITE TEAM ON SCOUT.COM! (http://profootball.scout.com/)


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at <!-- time stamp goes here -->01/25/2010 05:17 PM ET <!-- end time stamp goes here -->
<!-- title goes here -->Strong Leg from ECU


<!-- end title --><!-- content goes here -->East Carolina punter Matt Dodge looks like he has a pro leg, but he needs to find a bit more consistency. He has hit a few 45-yarders with hang time, but also a couple of low liners. (Scout's Punter Rankings (http://profootball.scout.com/a.z?s=127&p=9&c=12&yr=2010&nid=83&lnid=124&rc=4&pid=36))
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at <!-- time stamp goes here -->01/25/2010 05:15 PM ET <!-- end time stamp goes here -->
<!-- title goes here -->Washington Disrupting


<!-- end title --><!-- content goes here -->TCU LB Daryl Washington, Scout's fourth-ranked middle linebacker (http://profootball.scout.com/a.z?s=127&p=9&c=12&yr=2010&nid=83&lnid=124&rc=4&pid=65), has spending most of day in backfield.
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Posted by: <!-- byline goes here -->Tim Yotter <!-- end byline -->
at <!-- time stamp goes here -->01/25/2010 05:12 PM ET <!-- end time stamp goes here -->
<!-- title goes here -->Tiffin Loses Footing


<!-- end title --><!-- content goes here -->Alabama kicker Leigh Tiffin (http://profootball.scout.com/a.z?s=127&p=8&c=1&nid=4373695&yr=2010) lost his footing on one kick and sent it into the back of his offensive linemen's legs. Otherwise Tiffin was decent in his opportunities. Tiffin is ranked right after Brett Swenson in Scout's PK rankings (http://profootball.scout.com/a.z?s=127&p=9&c=12&yr=2010&nid=83&lnid=124&rc=4&pid=20).
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at <!-- time stamp goes here -->01/25/2010 05:11 PM ET <!-- end time stamp goes here -->
<!-- title goes here -->Mays Delivers the KO


<!-- end title --><!-- content goes here -->USC safety Taylor Mays is patrolling the middle of the field and looking for the knockout punches. He got one againt The Citadel WR Andre Roberts, hitting him as the ball arrived and knocking it loose.
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Posted by: <!-- byline goes here -->Tim Yotter <!-- end byline -->
at <!-- time stamp goes here -->01/25/2010 05:10 PM ET <!-- end time stamp goes here -->
<!-- title goes here -->QB Brown Impressing


<!-- end title --><!-- content goes here -->West Virginia QB Jarrett Brown is showing some excellent pocket presence. He also has the strongest arm of the South quarterbacks.
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Posted by: <!-- byline goes here -->Ed Thompson <!-- end byline -->
at <!-- time stamp goes here -->01/25/2010 05:09 PM ET <!-- end time stamp goes here -->
<!-- title goes here -->Upchurch Heads Down the Boards


<!-- end title --><!-- content goes here -->Alabama RB Roy Upchurch dropped a short pass that hit him in the hands -- chest high -- while standing wide open beneath coverage about 5 yards downfield.
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Posted by: <!-- byline goes here -->Tim Yotter <!-- end byline -->
at <!-- time stamp goes here -->01/25/2010 05:07 PM ET <!-- end time stamp goes here -->
<!-- title goes here -->Cox Snags a Pick


<!-- end title --><!-- content goes here -->Oklahoma State CB Perrish Cox (http://profootball.scout.com/a.z?s=127&p=8&c=1&nid=4259580&yr=2010) cut under a route by Jeremy Williams for an interception of QB Jarrett Brown. It would have been a pick six in game conditions.
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Posted by: <!-- byline goes here -->Chris Steuber <!-- end byline -->
at <!-- time stamp goes here -->01/25/2010 05:05 PM ET <!-- end time stamp goes here -->
<!-- title goes here -->Canfield Riding Rollercoaster


<!-- end title --><!-- content goes here -->Oregon State QB Sean Canfield has had an up-and-down day. He fumbled two snaps in 11-on-11 drills, but showed better-than-advertised zip on his ball. Canfield is rated as the tenth best QB in Scout's ratings (http://profootball.scout.com/a.z?s=127&p=9&c=12&yr=2010&nid=83&lnid=124&rc=4&pid=10).
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Posted by: <!-- byline goes here -->Bill Huber <!-- end byline -->
at <!-- time stamp goes here -->01/25/2010 05:03 PM ET <!-- end time stamp goes here -->
<!-- title goes here -->Swenson Shows Long Leg


<!-- end title --><!-- content goes here -->PK Brett Swenson (http://profootball.scout.com/a.z?s=127&p=8&c=1&nid=4289605&yr=2010) of Michigan State showing a good leg on kickoffs, reaching the 10, 5, 7, 9, 13, and 6 despite booting into a stiff wind.
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at <!-- time stamp goes here -->01/25/2010 05:00 PM ET <!-- end time stamp goes here -->
<!-- title goes here -->Ducasse Doing Well in 11-on-11s


<!-- end title --><!-- content goes here -->UMass OG Vladimir Ducasse (http://profootball.scout.com/a.z?s=127&p=8&c=1&nid=4508905&yr=2010) played well in 11-on-11 drills. He did a nice job sealing defenders inside and sprung LeGarrette Blount (http://profootball.scout.com/a.z?s=127&p=8&c=1&nid=4258729&yr=2010) loose for a long gain
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Posted by: <!-- byline goes here -->Tim Yotter <!-- end byline -->
at <!-- time stamp goes here -->01/25/2010 04:59 PM ET <!-- end time stamp goes here -->
<!-- title goes here -->Tebow Showing Improvement


<!-- end title --><!-- content goes here -->Florida QB Tim Tebow is showing his leaderships skills and personality, but his accuracy was off early. He was better in 7 on 7, but his receivers dropped a few passes. Alabama TE Colin Peek (http://profootball.scout.com/a.z?s=127&p=8&c=1&nid=4371495&yr=2010) dropped an easy pass that went right off his hands.
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Posted by: <!-- byline goes here -->Ed Thompson <!-- end byline -->
at <!-- time stamp goes here -->01/25/2010 04:58 PM ET <!-- end time stamp goes here -->
<!-- title goes here -->Lamarr Houston Looking Sharp


<!-- end title --><!-- content goes here -->Texas DL Lamarr Houston is showing a really aggressive burst and punch at the snap.
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<!-- title goes here -->North Special Teams


<!-- end title --><!-- content goes here -->The North team is going through special teams right now. Mardy Gilyard and Jacoby Ford are sure-handed returners but safety Terrell Skinner had problems.
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at <!-- time stamp goes here -->01/25/2010 04:53 PM ET <!-- end time stamp goes here -->
<!-- title goes here -->Byers Shutting Down Cody


<!-- end title --><!-- content goes here -->USC offensive lineman Jeff Byers twice kept Alabama defensive lineman Terrence Cody tied up so long that Cody looked worn out after the second effort.
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at <!-- time stamp goes here -->01/25/2010 04:52 PM ET <!-- end time stamp goes here -->
<!-- title goes here -->WR Cooper Standing Out


<!-- end title --><!-- content goes here -->About halfway through the first South team practice, Florida WR Riley Cooper looks the most polished at his position.
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at <!-- time stamp goes here -->01/25/2010 04:48 PM ET <!-- end time stamp goes here -->
<!-- title goes here -->Graham Thrills Scouts


<!-- end title --><!-- content goes here -->Michigan DE/OLB Brandon Graham (http://profootball.scout.com/a.z?s=127&p=8&c=1&nid=4233380&yr=2010) showed great speed and a strong swim move working against Virginia Tech OT Ed Wang in one-on-one drills. Scouts are raving about him. (Graham is the top-ranked OLB in Scout's rankings (http://profootball.scout.com/a.z?s=127&p=9&c=12&yr=2010&nid=83&lnid=124&rc=4&pid=27).)
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at <!-- time stamp goes here -->01/25/2010 04:44 PM ET <!-- end time stamp goes here -->
<!-- title goes here -->Small Frame, Good Hands


<!-- end title --><!-- content goes here -->Despite his 5-8 frame, Clemson WR Jacoby Ford (http://profootball.scout.com/a.z?s=127&p=8&c=1&nid=4273508&yr=2010) has caught everything thrown his way after dropping the first pass of the day. Ford's size hasn't stopped him from reaching the top 20 of wide receivers (http://profootball.scout.com/a.z?s=127&p=9&c=12&yr=2010&nid=83&lnid=124&rc=4&pid=16).
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at <!-- time stamp goes here -->01/25/2010 04:43 PM ET <!-- end time stamp goes here -->
<!-- title goes here -->Citadel WR Showing Speed


<!-- end title --><!-- content goes here -->Citadel WR Andre Roberts (http://profootball.scout.com/a.z?s=127&p=8&c=1&nid=4374256&yr=2010) is coming off the line with really good speed that is causing cornerbacks to drop back, allowing him to cut underneath with good separation. He's made three consecutive catches, including a pair against LSU's Harry Coleman.
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at <!-- time stamp goes here -->01/25/2010 04:40 PM ET <!-- end time stamp goes here -->
<!-- title goes here -->Tony Pike Not Impressing Yet


<!-- end title --><!-- content goes here -->Cincinnati QB Tony Pike (http://profootball.scout.com/a.z?s=127&p=8&c=1&nid=4272973&yr=2010) is struggling today. He's displaying an average arm, bad timing, and no touch downfield. Hopefully he does better with his full uniform on. Pike has a lot of buzz this year, but is ranked fifth on Scout's QB board (http://profootball.scout.com/a.z?s=127&p=9&c=12&yr=2010&nid=83&lnid=124&rc=4&pid=10).
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at <!-- time stamp goes here -->01/25/2010 04:39 PM ET <!-- end time stamp goes here -->
<!-- title goes here -->Webb Breaks Free, But...


<!-- end title --><!-- content goes here -->UAB WR Jeff Webb worked himself open on a deep route but dropped a ball that went right off his hands.
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<!-- title goes here -->One for the Vols


<!-- end title --><!-- content goes here -->Tennessee DL Dan Williams buried USC OL Jeff Byers during one-on-one drills.
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at <!-- time stamp goes here -->01/25/2010 04:36 PM ET <!-- end time stamp goes here -->
<!-- title goes here -->Dan s=127& Throwing Well


<!-- end title --><!-- content goes here -->Central Michigan's Dan LeFevour (http://profootball.scout.com/a.z?s=127&p=8&c=1&nid=4371004&yr=2010) is throwing the best deep out among the North QBs today. Later, however, he throws a bad ball to the tight end on a crossing pattern.
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at <!-- time stamp goes here -->01/25/2010 04:33 PM ET <!-- end time stamp goes here -->
<!-- title goes here -->South QBs Struggle on Long Throws


<!-- end title --><!-- content goes here -->Tim Tebow (http://profootball.scout.com/a.z?s=127&p=8&c=1&nid=4187053&yr=2010), like the other two QBs on the South roster, is having a hard time driving the ball down field past 20 yards.
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mattob14
01-25-2010, 06:33 PM
There's some interesting stuff out there already. Cody's too heavy at 370, I could see him slide come draft day. Iupati and Ducasse have great size if we're transitioning to the power running game- both about 6'5" 325. Eric Olson looks better and better at C, I'd like a 310 pounder in the middle. Tennant worries me a little bit at 290 though, sounds like an Eslinger build. Pike's build continues to stand out too- 212 won't cut it in the NFL. McCluster's even smaller than I thought. Riley Cooper's intriguing to me though- solid build, big hands, and it sounds like he stood out on day 1. I'd take a look at him as a possesion receiver in round 2 or 3.

tsiguy96
01-25-2010, 06:46 PM
There's some interesting stuff out there already. Cody's too heavy at 370, I could see him slide come draft day. Iupati and Ducasse have great size if we're transitioning to the power running game- both about 6'5" 325. Eric Olson looks better and better at C, I'd like a 310 pounder in the middle. Tennant worries me a little bit at 290 though, sounds like an Eslinger build. Pike's build continues to stand out too- 212 won't cut it in the NFL. McCluster's even smaller than I thought. Riley Cooper's intriguing to me though- solid build, big hands, and it sounds like he stood out on day 1. I'd take a look at him as a possesion receiver in round 2 or 3.

if cody falls to late 1st (unlikely) is it worth looking into moving up? dont take him with #10 i dont think, too much risk for someone so big, as mike mayock said, how many quality snaps per game will you get out of him!

SouthStndJunkie
01-25-2010, 10:42 PM
Some of the weigh-ins that I was interested in:

Dan LeFevour, QB, Central Michigan 6'3 and 229 pounds.

Mardy Gilyard, WR, Cincinnati 5'11 1/2 and 179 pounds.

Taylor Mays, S, USC 6'3 and 231 pounds.

Dexter McCluster, RB/WR, Mississippi 5'8 1/10 and 165 pounds.

Brandon Graham, DE/OLB, Michigan 6'1 and 263 pounds.

Mike Iupati, OT/OG, Idaho 6'5 2/10 and 325 pounds.

Elway777
01-25-2010, 11:43 PM
I think Dan williams is making some money. He is the ideal Nose tackle for the 3-4. I also like Ordick as a 3-4 defensive end. Price is also looking good as receiver and a good 4 or 5 round sleeper pick. Wilson looks like the best corner and could become a first rounder. If am drafting right now I might go with Dez Bryant then if we get another first for Marshall then Williams or Ordick.

Elway777
01-25-2010, 11:45 PM
Some of the weigh-ins that I was interested in:

Dan LeFevour, QB, Central Michigan 6'3 and 229 pounds.

Mardy Gilyard, WR, Cincinnati 5'11 1/2 and 179 pounds.

Taylor Mays, S, USC 6'3 and 231 pounds.

Dexter McCluster, RB/WR, Mississippi 5'8 1/10 and 165 pounds.

Brandon Graham, DE/OLB, Michigan 6'1 and 263 pounds.

Mike Iupati, OT/OG, Idaho 6'5 2/10 and 325 pounds. I think Lefevour is the best Qb and I would not mind using a 3 or 4 round pick on him.

meangene
01-26-2010, 02:59 AM
There's some interesting stuff out there already. Cody's too heavy at 370, I could see him slide come draft day. Iupati and Ducasse have great size if we're transitioning to the power running game- both about 6'5" 325. Eric Olson looks better and better at C, I'd like a 310 pounder in the middle. Tennant worries me a little bit at 290 though, sounds like an Eslinger build. Pike's build continues to stand out too- 212 won't cut it in the NFL. McCluster's even smaller than I thought. Riley Cooper's intriguing to me though- solid build, big hands, and it sounds like he stood out on day 1. I'd take a look at him as a possesion receiver in round 2 or 3.

I have always felt Olsen was underrated. They were saying Tennant needed to gain some strength and questioned his versatility to play guard. Ducasse is huge and looks to have a real mean streak. I thought Asamoah looked good in drills as well.

I was impressed with Ford as well at WR despite some questions regarding him by Mayock and Chavous. Didn't get to see the South practices so I could not see Cooper. Cam Thomas from UNC looks like a legit NT prospect.
Odrick would make and ideal 3-4 DE - big but has some nice quickness and moves. Kyle Wilson was the most impressive player of the day IMO and is clearly the no. 2 corner.

Broncoman13
01-26-2010, 05:36 AM
Some of the weigh-ins that I was interested in:

Dan LeFevour, QB, Central Michigan 6'3 and 229 pounds.

Mardy Gilyard, WR, Cincinnati 5'11 1/2 and 179 pounds.

Taylor Mays, S, USC 6'3 and 231 pounds.

Dexter McCluster, RB/WR, Mississippi 5'8 1/10 and 165 pounds.

Brandon Graham, DE/OLB, Michigan 6'1 and 263 pounds.

Mike Iupati, OT/OG, Idaho 6'5 2/10 and 325 pounds.
Good list of guys right there!

OUBronc, please keep posting those updates! I am out of town this week and can't record NFL Network. Good reading!

Broncoman13
01-26-2010, 05:41 AM
I think Lefevour is the best Qb and I would not mind using a 3 or 4 round pick on him.

He is one of the guys I wouldn't mind bringing in as well, chances are it will take a 2nd to land him though and I don't think he fits McD's scheme that well... Too athletic!

Williams could play his way into the top 15, I hope we get him!

TheElusiveKyleOrton
01-26-2010, 06:23 AM
Did they already have the weigh in? It's vitally important to me to know who has man boobs.

We're calling the "bologna ta-tas" now.

bpc
01-26-2010, 10:56 AM
Damn. 1st year I don't have NFL network as my family transitions to a house we're buying and I'm dying here!

Anybody have a location on the internet where we can watch full practices just like they are on nfl network?

This sucks. :P

Requiem
01-26-2010, 11:40 AM
BPC, I'll do my best to see if I can find and video links to the practices going on this week. According to Scott Wright, the Broncos were seen talking to East Carolina punter Matt Dodge (http://www.draftcountdown.com/ScoutingReports/P/Matt-Dodge.php). He has an extremely strong leg, but can be inconsistent. If he's able to boot the ball 70+ out that way, he would probably have a heyday here in Denver punting. I'm not sure where he is slated to go, but most places have him as a late-round type guy. I think it's clear with the Berger debacle and field position troubles at times this year, that we're certainly looking for an upgrade.

Wright also stated that Dodge was a little shaky on Day One, but got off a few good ones. We'll see.

Mediator12
01-26-2010, 01:19 PM
O'Brien Schofield got a replacement bid to Mobile after they made him play LB in the Shrine game last week. He gets around Ducasse and then tears up his knee when Ducasse falls on him! DAMMIT! DAMMIT!

Now, every agent is going to keep pointing to injuries like this when trying to keep their Clients from Participating. This game is already devoid of the top underclassmen talent and a lot of the top Seniors. We do not need injuries like this to keep good kids from playing in the future!

Requiem
01-26-2010, 01:57 PM
I had seen where Schofield tore his ACL. That's so disheartening to see. :(

elsid13
01-26-2010, 02:06 PM
This QB class is looking weaker and weaker. I just read that Canfield is struggling throwing outside the numbers.

Requiem
01-26-2010, 02:11 PM
Don't worry Elsid, put your faith in Orton! (BTW, thanks for the PM yesterday!)

elsid13
01-26-2010, 02:21 PM
Don't worry Elsid, put your faith in Orton! (BTW, thanks for the PM yesterday!)

No problem, pm me if you need anything else. BTW I would put more faith on Bobo hooking up with Megan Fox then I do in Orton

TheElusiveKyleOrton
01-26-2010, 02:58 PM
Someone mentioned Terrance Cody's weight and ta-ta's... here you go.

http://cache.gawker.com/assets/images/11/2010/01/thumb160x_terrence-cody.jpg

Some things you can't un-see.

PRBronco
01-26-2010, 03:19 PM
Someone mentioned Terrance Cody's weight and ta-ta's... here you go.

http://cache.gawker.com/assets/images/11/2010/01/thumb160x_terrence-cody.jpg

Some things you can't un-see.

Omg please don't make him run the 40. It just looks like it would hurt. I have genuine concerns about him dying during training camp :-/ Can you imagine him pushing Tuten's sled around?

no-pseudo-fan
01-26-2010, 03:21 PM
Someone mentioned Terrance Cody's weight and ta-ta's... here you go.

http://cache.gawker.com/assets/images/11/2010/01/thumb160x_terrence-cody.jpg

Some things you can't un-see.

That chick needs to go on the Adkins diet.

mattob14
01-26-2010, 04:29 PM
if cody falls to late 1st (unlikely) is it worth looking into moving up? dont take him with #10 i dont think, too much risk for someone so big, as mike mayock said, how many quality snaps per game will you get out of him!

Honestly, he may be there in round 2. I truly believe Cody has been one of the most overrated players in this draft class all season. He's a two-down NT, at best, and doesn't even fit a lot of 3-4 schemes that rely on quicker, more active NT's. I don't think he was ever the top-10 to top-15 prospect some made him out to be and that weigh-in won't help his cause at all. Dan Williams appears to be the clear-cut #1 NT right now and there may be 1 or 2 others that challenge Cody by draft day.

mattob14
01-26-2010, 04:33 PM
I have always felt Olsen was underrated. They were saying Tennant needed to gain some strength and questioned his versatility to play guard. Ducasse is huge and looks to have a real mean streak. I thought Asamoah looked good in drills as well.

I was impressed with Ford as well at WR despite some questions regarding him by Mayock and Chavous. Didn't get to see the South practices so I could not see Cooper. Cam Thomas from UNC looks like a legit NT prospect.
Odrick would make and ideal 3-4 DE - big but has some nice quickness and moves. Kyle Wilson was the most impressive player of the day IMO and is clearly the no. 2 corner.

Tennant appears to be strictly a center, imo. Fortunately, there are several guards that are intriguing and I really hope we pick one up relatively early. I'm an Odrick fan too- would be an ideal 3-4 DE at the end of round 1 if the Broncos trade down or move Marshall for a later-1st.

SonOfLe-loLang
01-26-2010, 04:51 PM
espn insider:

MOBILE, Ala. -- Practice is getting under way for the North team on Day 2 of Senior Bowl week, and there are plenty of storylines to follow. Now that the players are in full pads, the intensity is ratcheting up and there is more on the line.


The struggles of Florida QB Tim Tebow (http://insider.espn.go.com/nfldraft/draft/tracker/player?draftyear=2010&id=24889) were the biggest news of Day 1, but there are other players to watch on Day 2. The North team is up first, and we're interested to see how Oregon TE Ed Dickson (http://insider.espn.go.com/nfldraft/draft/tracker/player?draftyear=2010&id=24894) responds after fighting the ball on the first day and whether the North offensive linemen can carry over the momentum they gained.
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South team


• Practice has wrapped on Day 2, and we have a lot to digest. Be sure to check back throughout the week for our full reports on each day's practices, and for full scouting breakdowns and practice reports on six big-name players taking part in the festivities here in Mobile.

• South Carolina OLB Eric Norwood (http://insider.espn.go.com/nfldraft/draft/tracker/player?draftyear=2010&id=25427) showed in college that he can block punts, and he just got another one here during the special teams period.
• Georgia DT Geno Atkins is showing good quickness today and looks like a solid fit as a 3-technique in the NFL. At one point, Atkins abused Alabama G Mike Johnson with a quick first step and good hand use.

• Florida WR Riley Cooper (http://insider.espn.go.com/nfldraft/draft/tracker/player?draftyear=2010&id=25065) is having a solid day, making a spectacular one-handed catch over South Florida's Jerome Murphy (http://insider.espn.go.com/nfldraft/draft/tracker/player?draftyear=2010&id=25555).
• West Virginia's Selvish Capers (http://insider.espn.go.com/nfldraft/draft/tracker/player?draftyear=2010&id=25681) has been the best offensive lineman on the South team during Day 2. He is showing good mobility, is getting to the second level well and would be a good fit for a zone-blocking team. Capers stopped Georgia DL Jeff Owens (http://insider.espn.go.com/nfldraft/draft/tracker/player?id=25680&year=2010) cold twice during drills.
• LSU RB Charles Scott (http://insider.espn.go.com/nfldraft/draft/tracker/player?draftyear=2010&id=24900) has been relentless as a blocker during nine-on-seven drills. Scott also showed great focus during seven-on-sevens by catching a pass that bounced off the hands of South Carolina OLB Eric Norwood (http://insider.espn.go.com/nfldraft/draft/tracker/player?draftyear=2010&id=25427).
• Alabama RB Roy Upchurch (http://insider.espn.go.com/nfldraft/draft/tracker/player?draftyear=2010&id=25337) made a nice catch on a wheel route and ran with good balance during nine-on-seven drills.
• Drills have not been kind to USC S Taylor Mays, who needs to show this week that he can hold up in coverage. He looks stiff and is having trouble opening his hips out of his backpedal during one-on-ones.

• Ole Miss RB/WR Dexter McCluster (http://insider.espn.go.com/nfldraft/draft/tracker/player?draftyear=2010&id=24901) has been quick in his routes during one-on-one drills, catching the ball well and making a nice diving grab on a deep ball from Tim Tebow (http://insider.espn.go.com/nfldraft/draft/tracker/player?draftyear=2010&id=24889).
• South Carolina OLB Eric Norwood (http://insider.espn.go.com/nfldraft/draft/tracker/player?draftyear=2010&id=25427) tried to jam Auburn RB Ben Tate (http://insider.espn.go.com/nfldraft/draft/tracker/player?draftyear=2010&id=25495) early in his route but whiffed and could not recover. Tate tracked the ball well despite looking back into the sun and made the catch down the seam.
•Texas MLB Rod Muckelroy (http://insider.espn.go.com/nfldraft/draft/tracker/player?draftyear=2010&id=25549) moved well laterally and exploded up into the hole during bag work early but looked stiff during one-on-one coverage drills.
• A pair of defensive backs are looking good early. Both Oklahoma State CB Perrish Cox (http://insider.espn.go.com/nfldraft/draft/tracker/player?draftyear=2010&id=25560) and South Florida S Nate Allen (http://insider.espn.go.com/nfldraft/draft/tracker/player?draftyear=2010&id=25378) have been very fluid changing directions so far in drills.
• Depth in his drops and inconsistent accuracy still are problems for Tim Tebow (http://insider.espn.go.com/nfldraft/draft/tracker/player?draftyear=2010&id=24889) as today's practice gets under way. He also appears to be pushing the ball rather than snapping it out of his hand.
• As the South team gets loose for practice, we're wondering how Florida State S Myron Rolle (http://insider.espn.go.com/nfldraft/draft/tracker/player?draftyear=2010&id=25687) will respond after his body lagged behind his mind on Day 1. The rust was showing for Rolle, who spent the past year studying at Oxford. And the big buzz here in Mobile is that Tim Tebow (http://insider.espn.go.com/nfldraft/draft/tracker/player?draftyear=2010&id=24889) has come down with strep throat, although he has said he will continue practicing.
West Virginia QB Jarrett Brown (http://insider.espn.go.com/nfldraft/draft/tracker/player?draftyear=2010&id=24902) also will be under the microscope after struggling with his drops and footwork on Day 1, and we'll be watching where Ole Miss WR/RB Dexter McCluster (http://insider.espn.go.com/nfldraft/draft/tracker/player?draftyear=2010&id=24901) lines up as he tries to find a role in the NFL.
Finally, Alabama NT Terrence Cody (http://insider.espn.go.com/nfldraft/draft/tracker/player?draftyear=2010&id=24887) has to show the endurance to be effective for the entire practice. He looked pretty bad while weighing in at 370 pounds, and there are enough concerns about his weight and discipline that his stock could start taking a big hit.
North team


• Michigan DE Brandon Graham (http://insider.espn.go.com/nfldraft/draft/tracker/player?draftyear=2010&id=25592) already has emerged as the leader of the North defense. Graham is quick with good upper-body strength and technique. He never stops working, either. His motor is just ridiculous.

• UMass OL Vladimir Ducasse (http://insider.espn.go.com/nfldraft/draft/tracker/player?draftyear=2010&id=25078) is talented but is being exposed a bit on the first day in pads. His lack of technique and playing experience is showing today.
• Idaho's Mike Iupati (http://insider.espn.go.com/nfldraft/draft/tracker/player?draftyear=2010&id=24896) is clearly the best offensive lineman on the North roster. He is quick, powerful, balanced and nasty. He struggled when moved to tackle and might fit best at guard in the NFL, but he is good enough to consider late in the first round.
• Cincinnati QB Tony Pike (http://insider.espn.go.com/nfldraft/draft/tracker/player?draftyear=2010&id=25575) was very efficient during the seven-on-seven period, throwing with good rhythm and making solid decisions. He found Dickson on a post route after looking off Nebraska S Larry Asante in the middle of the field.
• Iowa LB A.J. Edds (http://insider.espn.go.com/nfldraft/draft/tracker/player?id=25524&year=2010) did a good job of jamming and rerouting Wisconsin TE Garrett Graham during seven-on-sevens but stumbled when forced to turn and run, so we're a little concerned about his man cover skills.
• Cincinnati WR Mardy Gilyard (http://insider.espn.go.com/nfldraft/draft/tracker/player?draftyear=2010&id=24888) is having a strong overall day. He's running good routes and making a lot of plays during seven-on-seven drills after showing off his quick hands and feet early in practice.
• Missouri OLB Sean Weatherspoon (http://insider.espn.go.com/nfldraft/draft/tracker/player?draftyear=2010&id=24890) and Wayne State (Mich.) RB Joique Bell (http://insider.espn.go.com/nfldraft/draft/tracker/player?draftyear=2010&id=25581) battled during pass-rush drills. Weatherspoon dominated with power early but Bell did not back down, a good sign for the small-school prospect.
• Pass-rush drills were a good showcase for Virginia FB Rashawn Jackson (http://insider.espn.go.com/nfldraft/draft/tracker/player?draftyear=2010&id=25241), who played with an edge, anchored well and reset his feet well.
• Cincinnati WR Mardy Gilyard (http://insider.espn.go.com/nfldraft/draft/tracker/player?draftyear=2010&id=24888) is showing quick feet and hands early in practice, doing a nice job getting off press coverage at the line. He beat California CB Syd'Quan Thompson (http://insider.espn.go.com/nfldraft/draft/tracker/player?draftyear=2010&id=25505) over the top just now after beating the jam.
• Illinois TE Mike Hoomanawanui is not an explosive player but was crisp during cone work and is showing good leg drive during blocking drills. He impressed us Monday and is on a roll again today.
• Virginia CB Chris Cook is a rangy player with good size, and he is doing a nice job tracking the deep ball in drills.

• Missouri WR Danario Alexander (http://insider.espn.go.com/nfldraft/draft/tracker/player?draftyear=2010&id=25468) looks stiff early on, struggling to get a clean release against press coverage in opening drills. He was very productive in college but will have to get off the jam better to succeed in the NFL.
• The weather is once again beautiful here in Mobile, and the players have an extra hop in their step now that the pads are on and the contact is coming. There is more energy and urgency on the field, and it looks like we're in for a good day.

PRBronco
01-26-2010, 05:08 PM
Tennant appears to be strictly a center, imo. Fortunately, there are several guards that are intriguing and I really hope we pick one up relatively early. I'm an Odrick fan too- would be an ideal 3-4 DE at the end of round 1 if the Broncos trade down or move Marshall for a later-1st.

I read that Odrick struggles to hold his ground against the run, anyone seen him play?

oubronco
01-26-2010, 06:08 PM
Someone mentioned Terrance Cody's weight and ta-ta's... here you go.

http://cache.gawker.com/assets/images/11/2010/01/thumb160x_terrence-cody.jpg

Some things you can't un-see.

Damn does he even have muscles

oubronco
01-26-2010, 06:11 PM
<TABLE><TBODY><TR><TD vAlign=top>We're breaking down the South team quarterbacks again on Tuesday. Did Tim Tebow show some improvement? Who has been the most impressive of the three signal callers?
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Here's a look at Tuesday's South team quarterbacks:


Tim Tebow (http://profootball.scout.com/a.z?s=127&p=8&c=1&nid=4187053)/Florida (http://florida.scout.com/)

What a difference a day makes for the southpaw.

On Monday, Tebow couldn't hit the broadside of a barn. On Tuesday, his accuracy was much better. He also threw with more power, especially over the middle.

Tebow had better touch on Tuesday, but again, he takes too long to get the ball out of his hands.

Another improvement we saw from him was he made deeper throws with better accuracy. We're not talking 40-50 yards, but more like 20-25.


Zac Robinson (http://profootball.scout.com/a.z?s=127&p=8&c=1&nid=4259613)/Oklahoma St.

This was a much better session for Robinson on the second day of practice.

He threw the ball with better accuracy and power. He still needs to get his body more into his throws, but Robinson made better progress in getting the ball out of his hands more quickly to his receivers and tight ends.


Jarrett Brown (http://profootball.scout.com/a.z?s=127&p=8&c=1&nid=4219713)/West Virginia (http://westvirginia.scout.com/)
The strong-armed signal caller had another strong session on Tuesday. Brown's accuracy was solid and he had no problem getting the ball out of his hands on time to his intended passing targets.

You have to like how Brown isn't afraid to throw the ball into tight windows. That's a great sign.

Brown did a better job on Tuesday with timing and anticipation of where his receivers would be at the end of their route. Timing with receivers is one of the biggest issues young quarterbacks face, especially when they've never worked with these particular players before.


Other Notes:

Two other players to keep an eye on from the South team:

- WR Joe Webb (http://profootball.scout.com/a.z?s=127&p=8&c=1&nid=4374165)/Alabama-Birmingham - He played quarterback at UAB (http://uab.scout.com/), but is playing wide receiver here this week. He has a big frame and isn't afraid to go over the middle. Webb moves fairly well and has skills that are worth developing.

- RB/WR Dexter McCluster (http://profootball.scout.com/a.z?s=127&p=8&c=1&nid=4371237) - He has been the most impressive offensive player from either squad through two days of practices. In fact, in the nine years I've been coming to Mobile for Senior Bowl week, I don't think I've seen an offensive player with more suddenness. He also gives tremendous effort at the snap. While he's a bit small, McCluster plays bigger than his listed size (5'8", 165).

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oubronco
01-26-2010, 06:12 PM
<TABLE><TBODY><TR><TD vAlign=top>In this update, we're continuing our series of breakdowns of the Senior Bowl quarterbacks. This time around, we're taking a look at the North signal callers.
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Here's a breakdown of the three quarterbacks from the North team after watching Tuesday's 90-minute practice:


Dan LeFevour (http://profootball.scout.com/a.z?s=127&p=8&c=1&nid=4371004)/Central Michigan (http://centralmichigan.scout.com/)

Arm Strength: LeFevour, based on the way he threw in this practice, doesn't have a strong arm. He couldn't get any power into his throws nor did he get a good push off his back foot.

Accuracy: Like many of the quarterbacks here in Mobile this week, he tended to rush his throws. Because of that, many of LeFevour's passes were inaccurate during this practice session.

Pocket Awareness/Movement: Moving away from the rush wasn't an issue at all for LeFevour. He seemed to sense oncoming pass rushers well.

Mechanics: LeFevour struggled with his footwork during this session. Because of that, he may have lost some power in his throws. His release point also seemed to be an issue for him.


Sean Canfield (http://profootball.scout.com/a.z?s=127&p=8&c=1&nid=4258244)/Oregon St.

Arm Strength: Canfield simply was unable to drive the ball down field with any accuracy or power. He doesn't get enough power off of his back foot and also tends to push the ball a bit.

Accuracy: While he clearly has a below average arm, Canfield has nice touch on fades 25-30 yards down field. That's an area of his game where he's strong--making touch passes. He seems to have a good feel for that part of his game. However, when he's called upon to make stick or tougher throws, he was unable to do that with any accuracy because of his apparent lack of arm strength.

Pocket Awareness/Movement: Canfield doesn't have great feet, but was still able to move around well enough to find functional space to throw the ball.

Mechanics: Canfield needs to put the ball back further during his throwing motion in order to get more power. He also needs to get better torque or force into his throws. His footwork also could be improved.


Tony Pike (http://profootball.scout.com/a.z?s=127&p=8&c=1&nid=4272973)/Cincinnati (http://cincinnati.scout.com/)
Arm Strength: There's no question that Pike has an above average arm from watching him throw live. He's able to throw with power by pushing off his back foot. He was able to get his ball through the mild breeze during the Tuesday morning practice to his intended receiver.

Accuracy: Because his rushes his throws every once in a while, Pike's passes would tend to sail over his intended target. He's able to drive the ball outside the numbers and hash area fairly well.

Pocket Awareness/Movement: Pike had little trouble moving around in the pocket during the practice session. It doesn't hurt that he's a tall quarterback. He's able to see over his offensive line rather easily.

Mechanics: Pike's footwork was inconsistent, and as a result, some of his passes went awry. Since he has a good release point, Pike is able to get good power into his throws. When he slows down, Pike is able to make most throws.
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oubronco
01-26-2010, 06:17 PM
WR prospect worth a look

By Jeff Legwold (http://blogs.denverpost.com/broncos/author/jefflegwold/)



MOBILE, Ala. — The last time the Broncos took a chance on a big-framed wide receiver who had played another position as well in college it worked out for three 1,000-yard seasons. And Brandon Marshall’s drama-filled career thus far not withstanding the fact is he played safety for a season at Central Florida and had just one season of more than 377 yards receiving in his college career.
So there’s still room for a potential project or two in the NFL.
He measured at 6-4 1/2, 229 pounds at the scouting combine in 2006 and the Broncos saw enough to make him a fourth-round pick in a draft class that also included Jay Cutler, Elvis Dumervil and Tony Scheffler.
And at the Senior Bowl this week is Joe Webb, a 6-4, 220-pound former Alabama-Birmingham quarterback the NFL wants to see at wide receiver. So he will play at wideout this week in workouts to give the Broncos and everybody else with some expected openings at the position a chance to take a look.
Webb played wide receiver as a sophomore — he caught 30 passes for 459 yards that season — and played quarterback for his final two seasons. He threw for at least 2,299 yards and rushed for over 1,000 yards in each of those seasons, becoming the first player in NCAA history to do that in back-to-back years.
He’s raw at the position, but already has shown quality athleticism, strength to the ball and a feel of where to be the help his quarterback having looking over plenty of defenses from that perspective in his day. More than anything he appears willing to make the transition — much like a player like the Jets’ Brad Smith had to make — and early on here has looked intense and worked hard.
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elsid13
01-26-2010, 07:02 PM
Draft countdown had Denver talking to Jacoby Ford (WR -Clemson) today.

SouthStndJunkie
01-26-2010, 09:19 PM
Someone mentioned Terrance Cody's weight and ta-ta's... here you go.

http://cache.gawker.com/assets/images/11/2010/01/thumb160x_terrence-cody.jpg

Some things you can't un-see.

Terrance Cody would be wise to run his 40 yard dashes with his shirt on....unlike Andre Smith last year.

bpc
01-26-2010, 09:50 PM
Someone mentioned Terrance Cody's weight and ta-ta's... here you go.

http://cache.gawker.com/assets/images/11/2010/01/thumb160x_terrence-cody.jpg

Some things you can't un-see.

wow.

SouthStndJunkie
01-26-2010, 10:18 PM
What do you guys think of LeGarrette Blount, RB, Oregon?

I know he threw the famous punch and has a reputation as being a punk....but I think his skill set translates to the next level.

Sounds like he has had a few good days of practice and weighed in at 6'0 5/8 and 245 pounds.

SouthStndJunkie
01-26-2010, 10:24 PM
I'm wary of his attitude and decision making....anyone stupid enough to cold cock a player after a game may be prone to making stupid decision after stupid decision.

Broncoman13
01-26-2010, 10:43 PM
Blount for a 4th or 5th is pretty low risk. Says plenty that he made a mistake and then proceeded to practice the rest of the year on the scout team, never complaining, only looking forward to correct his mistake. Does he have any other questional behavior?

Oh and it is great news that we were talking with Jacoby Ford. He is probably the fastest player in the draft and we could have been asking him about his teammate who is probably the most dynamic playmaker in the draft! Win/win

anton
01-27-2010, 01:36 AM
I read that Odrick struggles to hold his ground against the run, anyone seen him play?

indeed he does get mauled at times by big OGs

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eDxLEDjM4_4

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=30CSNaXn0aI

bpc
01-27-2010, 03:11 AM
What do you guys think of LeGarrette Blount, RB, Oregon?

I know he threw the famous punch and has a reputation as being a punk....but I think his skill set translates to the next level.

Sounds like he has had a few good days of practice and weighed in at 6'0 5/8 and 245 pounds.

Great talent. Lots of baggage. Physically, you'll be hard pressed to find a more powerful, explosive big back that can run and catch the ball.

meangene
01-27-2010, 03:26 AM
I read that Odrick struggles to hold his ground against the run, anyone seen him play?

I have seen him play a few times this year and he was always dominant. My understanding is that he really improved as a senior. He is over 300 lbs. right now and is pretty quick and athletic at his size. He is certainly playing very well at the Senior Bowl and they were commenting that he is scheme-diverse, able to play inside in the 4-3 or at DE in the 3-4. His stock seems to be rising and there is no way he gets out of the first round.

meangene
01-27-2010, 03:29 AM
Great talent. Lots of baggage. Physically, you'll be hard pressed to find a more powerful, explosive big back that can run and catch the ball.

I was really turned off by his lack of effort in the running back blocking drills. He was trying to fake a cut block and then push the defender by rather than taking him on. Mayock and Chavous were wondering what he was doing. Disappointing for such a big guy. As a runner they were comparing him to Brandon Jacobs.

Requiem
01-27-2010, 08:40 AM
Great to see we're talking to Jacoby Ford, which may mean nothing, but the Broncos probably want another slot guy and a returner to boot. He measured in below 5'9 -- but was 181 pounds of pure muscle. Not bad for his size. Really small hands though.

Chris
01-27-2010, 10:05 AM
Great to see we're talking to Jacoby Ford, which may mean nothing, but the Broncos probably want another slot guy and a returner to boot. He measured in below 5'9 -- but was 181 pounds of pure muscle. Not bad for his size. Really small hands though.

I heard he inspired the latest Burger King commercial.

PRBronco
01-27-2010, 10:24 AM
Just going off Scott Wright's blogs, I really like the sounds of Eric Olsen from ND, and John Jerry (Ole Miss I think).

Elway777
01-27-2010, 10:55 AM
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1ODX2ZCEZvg
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=91h0MufPlRI
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vbJuVyzbzVw

Videos of practice

Requiem
01-27-2010, 11:23 AM
Not to do a shameless plug, but on top of writing for the OM this off-season, I have re-opened The Beat (http://www.orangemane.com/BB/www.broncosdraft.wordpress.com), which got pretty popular over the past few years. Had to stop writing last draft cycle when I was getting treatment for my kidney disease, but I have it back up and running for all of you wanting some news and info in a central location. I don't know, but if you're like me, sites with ads and going thread to thread for some news can get tiring after a while. Hope you guys will enjoy some of my thoughts and info as the months go oN!

PRBronco
01-27-2010, 11:46 AM
Not to do a shameless plug, but on top of writing for the OM this off-season, I have re-opened The Beat (http://www.orangemane.com/BB/www.broncosdraft.wordpress.com), which got pretty popular over the past few years. Had to stop writing last draft cycle when I was getting treatment for my kidney disease, but I have it back up and running for all of you wanting some news and info in a central location. I don't know, but if you're like me, sites with ads and going thread to thread for some news can get tiring after a while. Hope you guys will enjoy some of my thoughts and info as the months go oN!

Reported for spam.

Jk thanks for the link :) I always like a new Broncos blog.

Requiem
01-27-2010, 11:54 AM
Reported for spam.

Jk thanks for the link :) I always like a new Broncos blog.

Thanks. Had a nice two year run for 07 and 08, but with the health crap last year I just bombed. Realized I will have to make new headers and logos for the site considering the amount of players I had in them that are no longer with the team, or probably won't be after this off-season. :rofl:

ColoradoBuff
01-27-2010, 12:35 PM
Just going off Scott Wright's blogs, I really like the sounds of Eric Olsen from ND, and John Jerry (Ole Miss I think).


Ya, Scott said that Jerry should be highly coveted by power running games! Bring him in McD!

bpc
01-27-2010, 03:18 PM
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1ODX2ZCEZvg
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=91h0MufPlRI
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vbJuVyzbzVw

Videos of practice

I'll take it! Thank you!

oubronco
01-27-2010, 06:31 PM
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at <!-- time stamp goes here -->01/27/2010 11:30 AM ET <!-- end time stamp goes here -->
<!-- title goes here -->Carrington Steamrolls Laveao


<!-- end title --><!-- content goes here -->Arkansas State DE Alex Carrington (http://profootball.scout.com/a.z?s=127&p=8&c=1&nid=4371799&yr=2010) just bull-rushed Arizona State guard Shawn Laveao to the ground during linemen drills. The small-school defensive lineman may be set to move up the draft boards at DE (http://profootball.scout.com/a.z?s=127&p=9&c=12&yr=2010&nid=83&lnid=124&rc=4&pid=23).
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at <!-- time stamp goes here -->01/27/2010 11:27 AM ET <!-- end time stamp goes here -->
<!-- title goes here -->Ford Speeds Ahead


<!-- end title --><!-- content goes here -->Jacoby Ford (http://profootball.scout.com/a.z?s=127&p=9&c=12&yr=2010&nid=83&lnid=124&rc=4&pid=16) is clearly the best WR early in the morning session. His speed is obvious and he's finding all the right creases in the defenses. (Ford came into the Senior Bowl as a very good but not overhyped receiver, as you can tell from the Scout.com WR Draft Rankings (http://profootball.scout.com/a.z?s=127&p=9&c=12&yr=2010&nid=83&lnid=124&rc=4&pid=16)).
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at <!-- time stamp goes here -->01/27/2010 11:24 AM ET <!-- end time stamp goes here -->
<!-- title goes here -->Ghee and Pike


<!-- end title --><!-- content goes here -->He was looking good so far, but Wake Forest CB Brandon Ghee just dropped a potential interception on an errant Tony Pike (http://profootball.scout.com/a.z?s=127&p=8&c=1&nid=4272973&yr=2010) pass. Pike, meanwhile, continues his inaccurate ways. Tony Pike continues his inaccurate ways. He overthrew 6-4 Danario Alexander (http://profootball.scout.com/a.z?s=127&p=8&c=1&nid=4699791&yr=2010) on an easy slant route.
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at <!-- time stamp goes here -->01/27/2010 11:23 AM ET <!-- end time stamp goes here -->
<!-- title goes here -->A Penguin Down South


<!-- end title --><!-- content goes here -->A new receiver is on the field for the North Team-- Donald Jones (http://profootball.scout.com/a.z?s=127&p=8&c=1&nid=4508796&yr=2010) out of Youngstown State. He started practice without his pads and looks to be one of the most well-conditioned receivers. Now we'll see how he performs while he getas into the flow. He's wearing No. 85.
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at <!-- time stamp goes here -->01/27/2010 11:21 AM ET <!-- end time stamp goes here -->
<!-- title goes here -->Decker Remains On-Deck


<!-- end title --><!-- content goes here -->University of Minnesota WR Eric Decker (http://profootball.scout.com/a.z?s=127&p=8&c=1&nid=4259109&yr=2010) isn't participating in the Senior Bowl and won't be ready for minicamps, but he should be ready around June 1.
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at <!-- time stamp goes here -->01/27/2010 11:19 AM ET <!-- end time stamp goes here -->
<!-- title goes here -->Canfield Looking Good


<!-- end title --><!-- content goes here -->Sean Canfield delivered a nice over the shoulder pass to Missouri WR Danario Alexander during passing drills.
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at <!-- time stamp goes here -->01/27/2010 11:16 AM ET <!-- end time stamp goes here -->
<!-- title goes here -->A Corner in Trouble


<!-- end title --><!-- content goes here -->Lions coaches are all over CB Devin McCourty (http://profootball.scout.com/a.z?s=127&p=8&c=1&nid=4494019&yr=2010) for not looking back at the ball on a go route. Later, he's beaten badly at the line of scrimmage. The best cornerback so far may be Brandon Ghee (http://profootball.scout.com/a.z?s=127&p=8&c=1&nid=4373166&yr=2010).
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Posted by: Scout Senior Bowl Team
at Wed 1/27/2010 8:02 AM ET
Warmups


Players are going through positional drills and are getting ready for today's practice. Utah LB Koa Misi is not helping himself this week. almost whiffed on a tackle in warmups. When Penn State DL Jared Odrick stays low, he is a beast. Easier said than done at 6-5.



Posted by: Scout Senior Bowl Team
at 1/27/2010 7:47 AM ET
Commodore Arrives


We have a new offensive lineman at practice. He is wearing a Vanderbilt helmet and we will try to find out who he is... As is new Seahawks coach Pete Carroll.

oubronco
01-27-2010, 06:32 PM
Posted by: <!-- byline goes here -->Bill Huber, PackerReport.com
at <!-- time stamp goes here -->01/27/2010 03:14 PM ET <!-- end time stamp goes here -->
<!-- title goes here -->Punting Story Remains the Same


<!-- end title --><!-- content goes here -->Even in warm-ups, ECU's Matt Dodge can't punt with consistency. When he is good, he is really good. He needs a ton of coaching, though.
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at <!-- time stamp goes here -->01/27/2010 02:50 PM ET <!-- end time stamp goes here -->
<!-- title goes here -->Gilyard Vows Revenge!


<!-- end title --><!-- content goes here -->The North practice is done. On the field afterwards, WR Mardy Gilyard was reliving a play with CB Chis Cook, saying "I'm gonna get you." Cook intercepted a pass during the session.
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at <!-- time stamp goes here -->01/27/2010 12:03 PM ET <!-- end time stamp goes here -->
<!-- title goes here -->Practice Wraps Up


<!-- end title --><!-- content goes here -->That's it for the North Team practice as the squad heads off the field. Tune in again at 2:45PM EST, when we'll pick right up with Tim Tebow and the South Team.
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at <!-- time stamp goes here -->01/27/2010 12:02 PM ET <!-- end time stamp goes here -->
<!-- title goes here -->Edds' Instincts


<!-- end title --><!-- content goes here -->I continue to be impressed by Iowa LB A.J. Edds (http://profootball.scout.com/a.z?s=127&p=8&c=1&nid=4253862&yr=2010)' instincts against the pass. He's making smart decisions regarding when to release his initial receiver to put himself in the mix to stop underneath throws and quick passes out on the flat.
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at <!-- time stamp goes here -->01/27/2010 11:58 AM ET <!-- end time stamp goes here -->
<!-- title goes here -->Wayne State RB Shows Skills


<!-- end title --><!-- content goes here -->Wayne State RB Joique Bell (http://profootball.scout.com/a.z?s=127&p=8&c=1&nid=4374225&yr=2010) is showing soft hands and more elusiveness today. He's finally showing his true ability, but still must improve his blocking.
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at <!-- time stamp goes here -->01/27/2010 11:57 AM ET <!-- end time stamp goes here -->
<!-- title goes here -->Corners Impressing


<!-- end title --><!-- content goes here -->There are so many good cornerbacks (http://profootball.scout.com/a.z?s=127&p=9&c=12&yr=2010&nid=83&lnid=124&rc=4&pid=30) here in Mobile. One of them, Chris Cook (http://profootball.scout.com/a.z?s=127&p=8&c=1&nid=4508978&yr=2010) of Virginia, as all over an out pattern from Tony Pike, and picked off the ball. The pass was intended for Pike's college teammate, WR Mardy Gilyard. Cook certainly looks the part at 6-2, 212, and displayed outstanding quickness and recognition throughout the 11-on-11 drills.
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Posted by: <!-- byline goes here -->Tim Yotter, VikingUpdate.com
at <!-- time stamp goes here -->01/27/2010 11:53 AM ET <!-- end time stamp goes here -->
<!-- title goes here -->LeFevour Makes LeMistake


<!-- end title --><!-- content goes here -->QB Dan LeFevour made a bad decision on a covered screen pass and LB Daryl Washington got an easy pick six.
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Posted by: <!-- byline goes here -->Scout Senior Bowl Team
at <!-- time stamp goes here -->01/27/2010 11:48 AM ET <!-- end time stamp goes here -->
<!-- title goes here -->11-on-11 Notes


<!-- end title --><!-- content goes here -->Nebraska LB Phillip Dillard (http://profootball.scout.com/a.z?s=127&p=8&c=1&nid=4177717&yr=2010) disguised a blitz nicely and came through untouched for a touch sack... Sean Canfield (http://profootball.scout.com/a.z?s=127&p=8&c=1&nid=4258244&yr=2010) is having his best day at QB and showing good touch downfield... Penn State DT Jared Odrick (http://profootball.scout.com/a.z?s=127&p=8&c=1&nid=4201182&yr=2010) is having a good day. He just beat his man and easily got to QB Sean Canfield for a touch sack, and earlier had shed a blog to make a play on a draw.
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at <!-- time stamp goes here -->01/27/2010 11:40 AM ET <!-- end time stamp goes here -->
<!-- title goes here -->Blount Impresses Again, But...


<!-- end title --><!-- content goes here -->Oregon RB LeGarrette Blount (http://profootball.scout.com/a.z?s=127&p=8&c=1&nid=4258729&yr=2010) and Fresno State RB Lonyae Miller (http://profootball.scout.com/a.z?s=127&p=8&c=1&nid=4194212&yr=2010) look impressive during 11-on-11 drills. For a guy who weighs 245, Blount gets to the hole in a hurry. Shortly after some impressive runs, however, Blount coughs up the football. (Both Blount and Miller have a number of players to jump over on the draft boards at running back (http://profootball.scout.com/a.z?s=127&p=9&c=12&yr=2010&nid=83&lnid=124&rc=4&pid=11)).
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at <!-- time stamp goes here -->01/27/2010 11:38 AM ET <!-- end time stamp goes here -->
<!-- title goes here -->Here We Go! Full Team Scrimmage


<!-- end title --><!-- content goes here -->The team is getting ready to go into 11-on-11 drills.
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Posted by: <!-- byline goes here -->Ed Thompson
at <!-- time stamp goes here -->01/27/2010 11:36 AM ET <!-- end time stamp goes here -->
<!-- title goes here -->Weatherspoon At It Again


<!-- end title --><!-- content goes here -->Missouri LB Sean Witherspoon is wound up this morning and having fun. He's talking it up after plays and just let out a load and enthusiastic "Whoo!" that left the crowd laughing. Teams are going to love the enthusiasm that he packages with his skill set. (Weatherspoon is rated a five-star outside linebacker (http://profootball.scout.com/a.z?s=127&p=9&c=12&yr=2010&nid=83&lnid=124&rc=4&pid=27) by Scout.com).
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at <!-- time stamp goes here -->01/27/2010 11:34 AM ET <!-- end time stamp goes here -->
<!-- title goes here -->Special Teams Practice


<!-- end title --><!-- content goes here -->The North Team just started special teams practice. Mardy Gilyard and Jacoby Ford are back returning punts. The punting itself (http://profootball.scout.com/a.z?s=127&p=9&c=12&yr=2010&nid=83&lnid=124&rc=4&pid=36), though, remains shaky at best. Between Michigan's Zoltan Mesko and Matt Dodge of ECU, the bad kicks outnumber the good, two-to-one. Mesko is kicking now and just hit two good ones... but that was preceeded by three clunkers.
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at <!-- time stamp goes here -->01/27/2010 11:33 AM ET <!-- end time stamp goes here -->
<!-- title goes here -->Husker Safety Lowers the Boom


<!-- end title --><!-- content goes here -->Nebraska S Larry Asante (http://profootball.scout.com/a.z?s=127&p=8&c=1&nid=4177667&yr=2010) teed off on Wisconsin TE Garrett Graham on a deep slant, knocking the ball loose. Graham did well to pop right up.
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oubronco
01-27-2010, 06:33 PM
Posted by: <!-- byline goes here -->Bill Huber, Packer Report
at <!-- time stamp goes here -->01/27/2010 03:51 PM ET <!-- end time stamp goes here -->
<!-- title goes here -->South Practice Notes


<!-- end title --><!-- content goes here -->Tim Tebow has an ugly motion, but threw a beauty of a deep ball to Shay Hodge earlier... Dexter McCluster is a Percy Harvin-like receiver and back. He wins against a linebacker during pass blocking drills. He drew some "ooohs" from the crowd as he burst through the line... This is a great group of cornerbacks overall. There are plenty of physical guys, including Patrick Robinson of FSU and Jerome Murphy of South Florida.
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Posted by: <!-- byline goes here -->Chris Steuber
at <!-- time stamp goes here -->01/27/2010 03:49 PM ET <!-- end time stamp goes here -->
<!-- title goes here -->Listening, Not Playing


<!-- end title --><!-- content goes here -->Tee South Team practice lacks enthusiasm. They stand around taking instruction more than they actually practice.
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at <!-- time stamp goes here -->01/27/2010 03:46 PM ET <!-- end time stamp goes here -->
<!-- title goes here -->One and Done TE Looks Good


<!-- end title --><!-- content goes here -->Miami TE Jimmy Graham wowed the crowd at Ladd Peebles Stadium when he caught a 40-yd pass near the goal line and trotted into the end zone. He's showing great poise for a player who didn't join the Hurricanes football team until his senior year (Ed). Graham is a flat-out stud. He uses his frame to his advantage and possesses great hands. He can stretch the field and runs above-average routes. (Chris).
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at <!-- time stamp goes here -->01/27/2010 03:45 PM ET <!-- end time stamp goes here -->
<!-- title goes here -->No Peeking


<!-- end title --><!-- content goes here -->Alabama TE Colin Peek isn't practicing today due to a stomach bug. He's still in Mobile and is expecting to return to action as soon as he's well.
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at <!-- time stamp goes here -->01/27/2010 03:34 PM ET <!-- end time stamp goes here -->
<!-- title goes here -->Tebow Slings Deep Pass


<!-- end title --><!-- content goes here -->Tim Tebow's arm strength has been questioned, but he hit Dexter McCluster in stride 40 yards downfield during individual drills.
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at <!-- time stamp goes here -->01/27/2010 03:32 PM ET <!-- end time stamp goes here -->
<!-- title goes here -->McCoy Struggling


<!-- end title --><!-- content goes here -->USC TE Anthony McCoy continues to struggle. He has poor hands and lumbers throughout his routes. An underachiever at USC, McCoy seems set in his ways.
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at <!-- time stamp goes here -->01/27/2010 03:30 PM ET <!-- end time stamp goes here -->
<!-- title goes here -->Roberts Reels in the Rock


<!-- end title --><!-- content goes here -->Still in individual drills. Florida WR Riley Cooper just made a great one-handed catch on the sidelines, drawing applause from the Gator-friendly crowd.
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at <!-- time stamp goes here -->01/27/2010 03:27 PM ET <!-- end time stamp goes here -->
<!-- title goes here -->McCluster Back with RBs


<!-- end title --><!-- content goes here -->Once again Ole Miss' Dexter McCluster starts practice with the running backs. He'll likely switch to the WRs as practice progresses.
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Posted by: <!-- byline goes here -->Bill Huber
at <!-- time stamp goes here -->01/27/2010 03:24 PM ET <!-- end time stamp goes here -->
<!-- title goes here -->Cooper in Trouble


<!-- end title --><!-- content goes here -->Florida WR Riley Cooper got scolded for not giving top effort in individual drills.
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at <!-- time stamp goes here -->01/27/2010 03:24 PM ET <!-- end time stamp goes here -->
<!-- title goes here -->A Tide of Gators


<!-- end title --><!-- content goes here -->The South team is going through stretches with their trainer... Not surprisingly, the two most represented teams from a fan standpoint are Alabama (home state) and Florida (Tim Tebow followers).
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01-27-2010, 06:33 PM
at <!-- time stamp goes here -->01/27/2010 04:39 PM ET <!-- end time stamp goes here --><!-- title goes here -->
That's a Wrap!

<!-- end title --><!-- content goes here -->That's it for the South's Wednesday practice. Join us again tomorrow morning at 10:45 as the North Team re-takes the practice field.
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at <!-- time stamp goes here -->01/27/2010 04:34 PM ET <!-- end time stamp goes here -->
<!-- title goes here -->Kickoff Return


<!-- end title --><!-- content goes here -->Javier Arenas, Andre Roberts and Dexter McCluster are working as kick returners as practice winds down for the South.
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at <!-- time stamp goes here -->01/27/2010 04:31 PM ET <!-- end time stamp goes here -->
<!-- title goes here -->Practice Moves Slowly


<!-- end title --><!-- content goes here -->This is a slow moving practice, already 15 minutes over. The South squad is working on special teams now.
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at <!-- time stamp goes here -->01/27/2010 04:28 PM ET <!-- end time stamp goes here -->
<!-- title goes here -->Another South QB Struggles


<!-- end title --><!-- content goes here -->Perrish Cox intercepted QB Zac Robinson twice on the same drive. First he battled for the ball in the middle of the field and wrestled it away from the WR. On the second he read Zac Robinson's eyes and broke on the sideline route. Robinson is struggling today with his accuracy and arm strength.
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at <!-- time stamp goes here -->01/27/2010 04:26 PM ET <!-- end time stamp goes here -->
<!-- title goes here -->Brown Fires a Bullet


<!-- end title --><!-- content goes here -->Jarrett Brown is the best quarterback here by a mile. He throws a perfect laser strike to Jeremy Williams up the seam for a TD.
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Posted by: <!-- byline goes here -->Ed Thompson
at <!-- time stamp goes here -->01/27/2010 04:24 PM ET <!-- end time stamp goes here -->
<!-- title goes here -->Byers Gets Smashed


<!-- end title --><!-- content goes here -->USC offensive lineman Jeff Byers was rocked by a big collision with Miami LB Darryl Sharpton. Byers pulled to provide a lead block but Sharpton hammered him head-on and then made the tackle. Byers stayed down for a few seconds and then slowly got up. He continued to participate in the 11-on-11 drills.
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at <!-- time stamp goes here -->01/27/2010 04:23 PM ET <!-- end time stamp goes here -->
<!-- title goes here -->Coleman Shows Up


<!-- end title --><!-- content goes here -->Auburn DL Antonio Coleman has had several nice plays sniffing out the action in the backfield.
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Posted by: <!-- byline goes here -->Tim Yotter, Viking Update
at <!-- time stamp goes here -->01/27/2010 04:22 PM ET <!-- end time stamp goes here -->
<!-- title goes here -->Jeremy Williams Makes a Play


<!-- end title --><!-- content goes here -->Tulane WR Jeremy Williams made a great one-handed grab with tight coverage on a deep sideline pass from Tim Tebow.
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at <!-- time stamp goes here -->01/27/2010 04:20 PM ET <!-- end time stamp goes here -->
<!-- title goes here -->Linemen Moving Around


<!-- end title --><!-- content goes here -->There's a lot of shuffling of offensive linemen today. Ciron Black (http://profootball.scout.com/a.z?s=127&p=8&c=1&nid=4223196&yr=2010) was moved to guard and excelled, after mostly playing tackle. John Jerry (http://profootball.scout.com/a.z?s=127&p=8&c=1&nid=4371567&yr=2010), who was terrific at RG and RT, stuggled today when moved to left tackle. <!-- end content -->


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<!-- title goes here -->Cody Limping


<!-- end title --><!-- content goes here -->Alabama DT Terrence Cody (http://profootball.scout.com/a.z?s=127&p=8&c=1&nid=4369999&yr=2010) was limping a bit with what appeared to be a minor foot or ankle injury after finishing a one-on-one battle with an offensive lineman. He has stayed out on the field and is competing, but is stll limping between plays.
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<!-- title goes here -->McCoy Has a Good Play


<!-- end title --><!-- content goes here -->Zac Robinson fired a strike to TE Anthony McCoy, who split the coverage for a TD.
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<!-- title goes here -->Scott Beaten by Speed Rush


<!-- end title --><!-- content goes here -->Tennessee OT Chris Scott (http://profootball.scout.com/a.z?s=127&p=8&c=1&nid=4299045&yr=2010) has struggled against speed rushers this week, and has allowed them to get in on him. USF DE George Selvie just put him on the ground.
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<!-- title goes here -->Steuber Impressed with Ole Miss WR


<!-- end title --><!-- content goes here -->Ole Miss WR Dexter McCluster is very explosive. His initial burst is quicker than any prospect that I've ever seen.
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<!-- title goes here -->Coleman Solid


<!-- end title --><!-- content goes here -->LSU S Harry Coleman (http://profootball.scout.com/a.z?s=127&p=8&c=1&nid=4225060&yr=2010) could be a very good in-the-box safety. He has good instincts and size.
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<!-- title goes here -->Case of the Dropsies


<!-- end title --><!-- content goes here -->... And there's another ball on the ground with Tim Tebow under center. Is there an American Idol song for that?... Zac Robinson also missed on a QB-center exchange.
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<!-- title goes here -->McCoy's Struggles Continue...


<!-- end title --><!-- content goes here -->USC TE Anthony McCoy is still struggling with holding onto the ball. He's dropped a pair of catchable balls already.
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<!-- title goes here -->Practice More Fun in the AM


<!-- end title --><!-- content goes here -->We're seeing an interesting difference between the teams and coaches. The South team, with Dolphins coaches, do more individual instruction and work on technique. The North practices with the Lions coaching staff are more competitive... and more fun to watch.
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oubronco
01-27-2010, 06:34 PM
<TABLE><TBODY><TR><TD vAlign=top>All three North team signal callers showed improvement on Wednesday. How much? What areas did they improve in?
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Here's a breakdown of the three quarterbacks from the North team after viewing Wednesday's practice:


Dan LeFevour (http://profootball.scout.com/a.z?s=127&p=8&c=1&nid=4371004)/Central Michigan (http://centralmichigan.scout.com/)

LeFevour still lacks good arm strength and continued to push his passes instead throwing them.

He does move around very well and is able to create functional space to throw the ball, but too often his receivers had to wait for his passes to get there. This issue resulted in passes occasionally getting deflected.

LeFevour has to get more power into his throws in order to get the ball down field better.


Sean Canfield (http://profootball.scout.com/a.z?s=127&p=8&c=1&nid=4258244)/Oregon St.

This was by far his best session over the three days of practices. Canfield threw the ball with good touch and terrific accuracy. While the ball doesn't come out of his hands with any noticeable velocity, he still was able to put the ball right where his intended target could catch the ball.

He also did a better job with timing with his intended passing options. He tried to lead the receiver to go get the ball. That's a good sign that he understands the passing game and progressions.

After two sub par days, the southpaw passer really helped himself to gain the attention of personnel evaluators.


Tony Pike (http://profootball.scout.com/a.z?s=127&p=8&c=1&nid=4272973)/Cincinnati (http://cincinnati.scout.com/)
For the most part, Pike had a strong performance during Wednesday's practice session.

Pike clearly has the strongest arm of the three North signal callers. However, his accuracy was a bit inconsistent. Part of the issue is that he's a tall quarterback with a high release point, so his passes tend to sail every now and then.

His footwork was consistent and he was able to make some really solid throws. He made one in particular that was through two defenders on a short route. Those kinds of stick throws are ones that young quarterbacks will be asked to make at the next level.
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oubronco
01-27-2010, 06:35 PM
<TABLE><TBODY><TR><TD vAlign=top>The practice sessions continued on Wednesday afternoon with the South quarterbacks. Did Tim Tebow improve? Did Jarrett Brown continue to shine?
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Here's a breakdown of the three quarterbacks from the South team after viewing Wednesday's practice:


Tim Tebow (http://profootball.scout.com/a.z?s=127&p=8&c=1&nid=4187053)/Florida (http://florida.scout.com/)

This was clearly his worst performance during the three days of practice.

Tebow's accuracy was way off. He just couldn't settle down at any point during the practice session. He even struggled with shorter passes with no one covering the receiver.

Again, it took Tebow too long to throw the ball. His elongated release made it easier for oncoming pass rushers to get off the ball and to the backfield.

For whatever reason, he seemed to be out of sorts during most of the practice session. He just couldn't find any rhythm.

Unfortunately for Tebow, Wednesday's practice was the one time where he had to make a strong impression on scouts, and he wasn't able to do so. Wednesday's practice was the only one where they practiced in pads. Thursday's will likely be in shorts.
<HR>Zac Robinson (http://profootball.scout.com/a.z?s=127&p=8&c=1&nid=4259613)/Oklahoma St.

This was not a good throwing for the right handed signal caller.

Robinson's accuracy was an issue again. He continued to throw tentatively, which has been an issue for him all week.

Robinson just doesn't look like a comfortable quarterback. He performed with an apparent lack of confidence.

He did make a few nice throws toward the end of the practice session, but it's unlikely those throws will sway how personnel evaluators will look at his performance.
<HR>Jarrett Brown (http://profootball.scout.com/a.z?s=127&p=8&c=1&nid=4219713)/West Virginia (http://westvirginia.scout.com/)

Once again, Brown had a terrific session on Wednesday. He clearly has been the South team's best quarterback through the first three practices.

Brown continued to throw with good accuracy. He puts the ball away from the defender and into his intended receivers' hands.

You have to like how he's not concerned with bodies around him. Nothing seems to distract him and he gets the ball off quickly enough.

He also throws with good field vision--meaning he's able to scan the field to find open receivers. He rarely made a mistake through today's practice.


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gyldenlove
01-27-2010, 07:21 PM
I have seen him play a few times this year and he was always dominant. My understanding is that he really improved as a senior. He is over 300 lbs. right now and is pretty quick and athletic at his size. He is certainly playing very well at the Senior Bowl and they were commenting that he is scheme-diverse, able to play inside in the 4-3 or at DE in the 3-4. His stock seems to be rising and there is no way he gets out of the first round.

I love that kid, he plays with great penetration and even though he gets handled some times when he plays passively he is a force when he is active and going for the backfield.

I would really really like to get a pick in the bottom of the 1st or early 2nd to pick him up he looks like a DE to me. I have seen him compared to Ty Warren and I don't think that is inaccurate.

cmhargrove
01-27-2010, 07:52 PM
What's up with all the glowing reports about QB Jarrett Brown? Did anyone watch him play at West Virginia last year? Sounds like he could be an interesting pick.

From what I have heard so far, our best move is to move down, get more picks, and take Iupati in the first. That dude is a beast and as close to a "sure thing" as there will be in the lower first round.

s0phr0syne
01-27-2010, 08:05 PM
I'm starting to wonder if Iupati will be there there in the late first. It might not be a horrible thing to consider taking him at 11 itself...he sounds like the hottest player right now.

Of course, lots of time between now and April, and people will rise and fall, but if he can provide the surefire upgrade to our interior line and even provide potential versatility at the OT, seems like a smart pick considering our needs. Between Olsen, Kuper, Iupati, and Hochstein, our interior would appear to be locked in.

SoCalBronco
01-27-2010, 08:25 PM
I'm glad to see that Jimmy Graham is impressing some people. Hopefully he gets drafted in the 2nd-3rd even though he's pretty raw.

Paladin
01-27-2010, 09:04 PM
did they already have the weigh in? It's vitally important to me to know who has man boobs.

rofl!

SonOfLe-loLang
01-27-2010, 10:09 PM
I'm starting to wonder if Iupati will be there there in the late first. It might not be a horrible thing to consider taking him at 11 itself...he sounds like the hottest player right now.

Of course, lots of time between now and April, and people will rise and fall, but if he can provide the surefire upgrade to our interior line and even provide potential versatility at the OT, seems like a smart pick considering our needs. Between Olsen, Kuper, Iupati, and Hochstein, our interior would appear to be locked in.

I'd applaud this. I think he's the closest thing to a sure thing and would be such a tremendous upgrade. I know its not traditional to take guards this high, but if you can plug him in for 10 years, who would ever complain. A lot of this depends on how many picks we actually wind up having in the first, but id be ok with taking a dominant guard.

Elway777
01-28-2010, 02:10 AM
I'd applaud this. I think he's the closest thing to a sure thing and would be such a tremendous upgrade. I know its not traditional to take guards this high, but if you can plug him in for 10 years, who would ever complain. A lot of this depends on how many picks we actually wind up having in the first, but id be ok with taking a dominant guard. If the Broncos get a extra first rounder for Marshall then a Dez Bryant and Iupati draft, or a McClain and Iupati ,or a Dan Williams and Iupati draft would be good.

meangene
01-28-2010, 03:20 AM
I love that kid, he plays with great penetration and even though he gets handled some times when he plays passively he is a force when he is active and going for the backfield.

I would really really like to get a pick in the bottom of the 1st or early 2nd to pick him up he looks like a DE to me. I have seen him compared to Ty Warren and I don't think that is inaccurate.

I was thinking Odrick would be a great choice if we are able to get a mid-late first for Marshall.

SonOfLe-loLang
01-28-2010, 08:18 AM
If the Broncos get a extra first rounder for Marshall then a Dez Bryant and Iupati draft, or a McClain and Iupati ,or a Dan Williams and Iupati draft would be good.

I will not be happy if they trade marshall and draft another receiver. Just keep the all star you have

Chris
01-28-2010, 08:22 AM
I will not be happy if they trade marshall and draft another receiver. Just keep the all star you have

We don't have a receiver that can stretch the field. Marshall is a great possession guy but look.... gaffney isn't him but he can step it up, royal can pick up the slot and actually be productive. We need a guy to stretch the field.

elsid13
01-28-2010, 11:12 AM
We don't have a receiver that can stretch the field. Marshall is a great possession guy but look.... gaffney isn't him but he can step it up, royal can pick up the slot and actually be productive. We need a guy to stretch the field.

Gaffney had one good game against very poor defense. He is not the threat that Marshall is.

Elway777
01-28-2010, 11:34 AM
more videos
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0oD8GPum1a0&feature=channel

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u43EESlSjbs&feature=channel

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NtmZv6-cFVo&feature=channel

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KZx4PSbQ-rM&feature=channel

s0phr0syne
01-29-2010, 07:23 PM
Virginia DB Chris Cook sounds like he's had a better than expected showing this week. Even though reports have varied about his coverage skills, sounds like an interesting CB with size and speed that could be developed into a coverage safety, Big Nickel type.

SonOfLe-loLang
01-29-2010, 09:40 PM
We don't have a receiver that can stretch the field. Marshall is a great possession guy but look.... gaffney isn't him but he can step it up, royal can pick up the slot and actually be productive. We need a guy to stretch the field.

New Englands offense survived without one for years. Just build your lines and front 7 as best as possible. If you wanna take a receiver in round 2 or 3, fine...they are too hit or miss in round one.

SonOfLe-loLang
01-29-2010, 09:41 PM
If the Broncos get a extra first rounder for Marshall then a Dez Bryant and Iupati draft, or a McClain and Iupati ,or a Dan Williams and Iupati draft would be good.

I'd prefer the latter two.

*Famous*
01-30-2010, 04:30 AM
I want to see Kyle Wilson cb from BSU takenat some point. He and pouncey would bring huge value. Add them with our blue chip 1st rounder (maybe 2 if a Marshall tradenets one) and you've got a nice draft.

Carmelo15
01-30-2010, 11:37 AM
I'd actually think a Dan Williams-Terrence Cody 1-2 draft would be awesome. Dan Williams seems to be not only great at stopping the run, but also has some nice athleticism and pass rushing skills. Have Cody at Nose and Williams at DE on 1st and 2nd downs. Then on 3rd downs Williams can switch to Nose for us. This would be a dream draft in terms of fixing our run defense.

Rohirrim
01-30-2010, 12:36 PM
Watching the lead up show. They should rename this the Tim Tebow Senior Bowl. Is anybody else playing today?

oubronco
01-30-2010, 07:23 PM
Watching the lead up show. They should rename this the Tim Tebow Senior Bowl. Is anybody else playing today?

Florida quarterback Tim Tebow had a shaky outing running a pro-style offense against a sturdy defense.

He fumbled twice and finished 8-for-12 passing for 50 yards in the showcase for senior NFL prospects. Tebow's longest completion was 11 yards and he netted 4 yards on four rushes, but was never turned loose as a power runner as he often was with the Gators. He battled strep throat early but didn't miss any practice time during a week when he was trying to prove to skeptical NFL teams and draft analysts that he could be a starting pro quarterback.

CEH
01-31-2010, 07:52 AM
Kris jenkins was laughing at halftime

"I wasn't impressed...If he takes that into the NFL, it's not going to be a long career."

Jenkins suggested that the South use Tebow as an H-back at some point in the second half so Tebow could showcase his athleticism (instead he went back to QB and fumbled), but the main point is that Jenkins said flat out, he doesn't think Tebow will make it as a QB in the NFL