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Old 04-23-2013, 01:50 PM   #151
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Jarvis Jones: I will be taken by No. 17 pick in NFL draft
And I thought he was not as dense as Ogletree

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2013 NFL Draft: Seven-round mock forecasts every pick, 1 to 254

28. Denver Broncos: Sylvester Williams, DT, North Carolina. The UNC product is being pegged as a 3-technique defensive tackle due to his ability to get upfield quickly. I like how he works beyond the line of scrimmage, but many of those disruptions started with him lining up as a 0- or 1-technique.

58. Broncos: Eddie Lacy, RB, Alabama. John Fox always has had a soft spot for bruising backs who tend to win on first contact. Lacy is athletic for a big runner and always looks to pick up the extra yard.

90. Broncos: Alex Okafor, DE, Texas

125. Broncos: Kevin Reddick, ILB, North Carolina

161. Broncos: Duke Williams, S, Nevada

234. Broncos: Tourek Williams, DE, Florida International
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2013 NFL Draft: Seven-round mock forecasts every pick, 1 to 254

28. Denver Broncos: Sylvester Williams, DT, North Carolina. The UNC product is being pegged as a 3-technique defensive tackle due to his ability to get upfield quickly. I like how he works beyond the line of scrimmage, but many of those disruptions started with him lining up as a 0- or 1-technique.

58. Broncos: Eddie Lacy, RB, Alabama. John Fox always has had a soft spot for bruising backs who tend to win on first contact. Lacy is athletic for a big runner and always looks to pick up the extra yard.

90. Broncos: Alex Okafor, DE, Texas

125. Broncos: Kevin Reddick, ILB, North Carolina

161. Broncos: Duke Williams, S, Nevada

234. Broncos: Tourek Williams, DE, Florida International
oh i will take that and run with it.
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2013 NFL Draft: Seven-round mock forecasts every pick, 1 to 254

28. Denver Broncos: Sylvester Williams, DT, North Carolina. The UNC product is being pegged as a 3-technique defensive tackle due to his ability to get upfield quickly. I like how he works beyond the line of scrimmage, but many of those disruptions started with him lining up as a 0- or 1-technique.

58. Broncos: Eddie Lacy, RB, Alabama. John Fox always has had a soft spot for bruising backs who tend to win on first contact. Lacy is athletic for a big runner and always looks to pick up the extra yard.

90. Broncos: Alex Okafor, DE, Texas

125. Broncos: Kevin Reddick, ILB, North Carolina

161. Broncos: Duke Williams, S, Nevada

234. Broncos: Tourek Williams, DE, Florida International
I would honor Chrissy Amphlett's death if we ended up with that.
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2013 NFL Draft: Seven-round mock forecasts every pick, 1 to 254

28. Denver Broncos: Sylvester Williams, DT, North Carolina. The UNC product is being pegged as a 3-technique defensive tackle due to his ability to get upfield quickly. I like how he works beyond the line of scrimmage, but many of those disruptions started with him lining up as a 0- or 1-technique.

58. Broncos: Eddie Lacy, RB, Alabama. John Fox always has had a soft spot for bruising backs who tend to win on first contact. Lacy is athletic for a big runner and always looks to pick up the extra yard.

90. Broncos: Alex Okafor, DE, Texas

125. Broncos: Kevin Reddick, ILB, North Carolina

161. Broncos: Duke Williams, S, Nevada

234. Broncos: Tourek Williams, DE, Florida International
Oh my, I would freaking love this draft.
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That is very small WR corp.
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And I thought he was not as dense as Ogletree

Nothing like trying to inflate your own stock 2 days before the draft!
If I was about to be drafted, my agent better being what Jones did plus more to earn me some monies.. ...
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That would be a sick draft, but I'm not that high on Okafor. At that point in time he is a pretty solid value.
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That would be a sick draft, but I'm not that high on Okafor. At that point in time he is a pretty solid value.
i like Okafor but he seems like a guy who is either going to be a absolute stud DE or tease and disappoint every season while you talk about how much potential he has.
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2013 NFL Draft: Seven-round mock forecasts every pick, 1 to 254

28. Denver Broncos: Sylvester Williams, DT, North Carolina. The UNC product is being pegged as a 3-technique defensive tackle due to his ability to get upfield quickly. I like how he works beyond the line of scrimmage, but many of those disruptions started with him lining up as a 0- or 1-technique.

58. Broncos: Eddie Lacy, RB, Alabama. John Fox always has had a soft spot for bruising backs who tend to win on first contact. Lacy is athletic for a big runner and always looks to pick up the extra yard.

90. Broncos: Alex Okafor, DE, Texas

125. Broncos: Kevin Reddick, ILB, North Carolina

161. Broncos: Duke Williams, S, Nevada

234. Broncos: Tourek Williams, DE, Florida International
If we drafted one more Williams, do we get a set of Ginsu Steak Knives
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2013 NFL Draft: Seven-round mock forecasts every pick, 1 to 254

28. Denver Broncos: Sylvester Williams, DT, North Carolina. The UNC product is being pegged as a 3-technique defensive tackle due to his ability to get upfield quickly. I like how he works beyond the line of scrimmage, but many of those disruptions started with him lining up as a 0- or 1-technique.

58. Broncos: Eddie Lacy, RB, Alabama. John Fox always has had a soft spot for bruising backs who tend to win on first contact. Lacy is athletic for a big runner and always looks to pick up the extra yard.

90. Broncos: Alex Okafor, DE, Texas

125. Broncos: Kevin Reddick, ILB, North Carolina

161. Broncos: Duke Williams, S, Nevada

234. Broncos: Tourek Williams, DE, Florida International
That would be a great draft. No way Lacy lasts til 58.
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If we drafted one more Williams, do we get a set of Ginsu Steak Knives
They gave us 3 more via UDFA.
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2013 NFL Draft: Seven-round mock forecasts every pick, 1 to 254

28. Denver Broncos: Sylvester Williams, DT, North Carolina. The UNC product is being pegged as a 3-technique defensive tackle due to his ability to get upfield quickly. I like how he works beyond the line of scrimmage, but many of those disruptions started with him lining up as a 0- or 1-technique.

58. Broncos: Eddie Lacy, RB, Alabama. John Fox always has had a soft spot for bruising backs who tend to win on first contact. Lacy is athletic for a big runner and always looks to pick up the extra yard.

90. Broncos: Alex Okafor, DE, Texas

125. Broncos: Kevin Reddick, ILB, North Carolina

161. Broncos: Duke Williams, S, Nevada

234. Broncos: Tourek Williams, DE, Florida International
i'd be happy with that draft.
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If that draft happened I might crap my pants to be honest.
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Bills fear Jets will take Ryan Nassib
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The deception, lies, bluffing, and misinformation the few days leading up to the draft is half the fun.

It's like a high stakes game of poker with 32 players.
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lol... you should never draft a player because you fear another team, and a rival in particular, will draft that player. The Bills have to make their first pick count and they have a lot of needs...
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lol... you should never draft a player because you fear another team, and a rival in particular, will draft that player. The Bills have to make their first pick count and they have a lot of needs...
obviously you don't remember Buffalo's owner going ape **** nutty when we traded up and drafted Tebow.
blasted us for panicking due to rumors they were going to trade back into the low first and take him.

it'd be really stupid to reach for Nassib that high in the first though.
you tie the rest of your draft to him and you put unrealistic expectations on a guy who should go in the 2nd round or low first instead of #8 or even one of the Jets picks.

why people don't learn from reaching for QB's is beyond me. hell the Jets just did that with Sanchez a few years ago and are still suffering for it.
the Vikings are stuck in a rut because they reached for Ponder, the Titans are looking for a new franchise QB already due to Locker not living up to the hype.
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NFL Draft rumors 2013: Ravens could trade up for Lane Johnson

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Following up yesterday's rumor that the Seahawks are very high on Colorado TE Nick Kasa, Tony Pauline adds today that Seattle has made recent contact with and are very interested in Rutgers WR Mark Harrison.

Per Pauline:

"I'm told Mark Harrison/WR/Rutgers could be selected much earlier than people expect. Harrison silently turned in one of the best workouts of any receiver at the combine. Measuring slightly under 6-feet, 3-inches and tipping the scale at 231-pounds, Harrison posted an official hand time of 4.37-seconds in the forty as well as a vertical jump of 38.5-inches. He also had the longest arm length of any receiver at the combine, 35-inches. Just prior to the Rutgers pro-day last month Harrison broke the fifth metatarsal in his left foot yet is expected to be 100% by the middle of May. Who's showing the most interest in Harrison? The Jacksonville Jaguars, Minnesota Vikings, Seattle Seahawks and San Francisco 49ers have all had recent contact with Harrison. The New York Jets have also been poking around the big receiver. Its not out of the question the Niners could use a late third or fourth round choice to acquire the big bodied wide out."



Lane Johnson - T - Player

ESPN's Sal Paolantonio stated on Philly's 97.5 The Fanatic that he's heard the Eagles are targeting a tackle at No. 4 overall, with West Virginia's Tavon Austin as the primary fallback option.
Paolantonio's Eagles nuggets are always notable because he's covered the team for years and is so plugged-in. "Here is what a general manager told me [on Monday]," Sal Pal said, "‘I know the Eagles want a tackle.’ And if those are all gone, he said, ‘Don’t be shocked if Chip Kelly takes Tavon Austin No. 4.'" Because of his athletic movement skills, Oklahoma's Lane Johnson may be the Eagles' top target. Austin would be an exciting alternative.

Well, just when you thought you have heard it all, Pro Football Talk's Mike Florio opened up even more possible scenarios in one sentence. Late last night, Florio posted an article that mentioned that his sources have told him that the Eagles are not just looking to trade down, but also are entertaining the idea of trading up.

With the 4th overall pick, the Eagles only options would be the Chiefs at 1, the Jaguars at 2, and the Raiders at 3. If the Eagles were to trade up, the most likely target would be an offensive tackle, given the possibility of other trade-ups ahead of Philadelphia and rumors that two of the three teams in front of the Howie and Co. could draft offensive tackles, themselves. The value to jump a few a spots would likely be an easy move (4th round pick) and the Raiders and Jaguars are hurting so badly for picks, that they may be easy to leverage.

A move up is a new concept in this draft for Eagles fans, who have mostly concentrated on adding picks in a trade down scenario, as oppose to giving picks away to move up. Howie Roseman's office has seemingly leaked every possible option to the media over the past 24 hours, but at some point one of these rumors will be more true than false. It is most likely that fans will hope that this latest rumor is not true.
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- Is Syracuse offensive lineman Justin Pugh a dark-horse possibility for the Giants at No. 19? This tweet indicates NFL Network draft analyst Mike Mayock thinks so.

That is the second team that Pugh is linked to in the first round. The Bears like him as well.
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