Your Early Pet Cats (middle to late rounders)

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Your Early Pet Cats (middle to late rounders)

Post by lgkehoe on Mon Jan 23, 2017 2:29 pm

For me, it's DeAngelo Yancy, WR Purdue. He's another big-bodied outside receiver who makes T. Williams departure easy to stomach.
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Re: Your Early Pet Cats (middle to late rounders)

Post by MRich on Tue Jan 24, 2017 7:26 am

I don't know much about the incoming draft class, but how heavily on the D should we go? It seems like we still need some pass rushers. I think our Secondary depth is OK, but pass rush seems to be an issue.

We probably should start looking at TEs, too. Witten is getting close to retirement, and I'm not sure Escobar or Swaim are the answer there.
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Post by caddy4bp on Sat Feb 04, 2017 4:13 pm

I've not listened to all the draft shows from the Senior Bowl as of yet. Those guys, Broaddus & Brugler are really solid in their work. For me, it would be great if we got 1 DE, 2 CB's, TE, WR & LB or guard. Some combination of those needs. Hearing that CB's & DE's are pretty deep as well as TE. Howard at TE is a thought, but he may not last to 28. Need that DE or CB, but careful of reaching.

Terrance Willliams will likely command in excess of 6M and he's just not that good. Flashes at times but can go MIA for several weeks at a time too, so to me the value isn't there. At 3 to 4M, ok, but not 6 or more likely 8M as the top of his market.

While I've been one to rip Carr, I'd bring him back, knowing he makes it to game day. Claiborne, sadly, struggles to make 8 games, so not a high priority for me to fight thru injuries. Not likely to retain Leary and that's a loss stepping down to Collins, IMO. That void leaves a potential need at guard, but that's why they brought in Cooper to get essentially a free look at him.

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