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  1. Last year he was injured right? So the weight made sense
  2. It's the offseason, need some stuff to discuss and what not.
  3. For additional amusement http://www.carolinahuddle.com/boards/topic/138602-not-for-the-faint-of-heart/?page=1
  4. Surprised this hasn't been discussed yet. Eddie Lacy 2.0
  5. It's not confirmed it's a possible time table.
  6. http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2017/05/23/report-owners-vote-to-abolish-75-man-roster-cuts/ There are about to be more bodies available for those all-important fourth preseason games. According to Albert Breer of TheMMQB.com, owners have just voted to abolish the roster cuts to 75. Those cuts, a step between the 90-man offseason roster and the 53-man regular season roster, came between the third and fourth exhibition games. And since most teams won’t use starters in the final tune-up, that left a handful of players to play the majority of the most meaningless of the meaningless games. That gives the guys on the fringe one more game of tape to show prospective employers. It will also make the week before the start of the regular season rather more chaotic. Now, 1,184 players will enter the workforce at the same moment, creating a land rush for waiver claims and practice squad signings in the days leading up to the opener.
  7. Click on the tweet then click on the thing for more options then click copy link and paste
  8. Odom's Proday results Dates: 03/17/17 Height: 6040 Weight: 262 40 Yrd Dash: 4.83 20 Yrd Dash: 2.85 10 Yrd Dash: 1.77 225 Lb. Bench Reps: 20 Vertical Jump: 31 1/2 Broad Jump: 09'06" 20 Yrd Shuttle: 4.63 3-Cone Drill: 7.67
  9. http://www.star-telegram.com/sports/nfl/nfl-insider/article150369112.html From teammates at Arlington Martin to possible NFC South rivals They were two parts of some of the most talent-laden Arlington Martin teams Pleasant Ridge Road has ever produced, and now, they’re in rookie minicamps separated by one of the fiercest rivalries in the NFL. Defensive end Chris Odom played behind Myles Garrett and Devonte Fields on Martin’s defensive line before breaking out in his senior season at Arkansas State with 12.5 sacks and 17.5 tackles for loss. He signed an undrafted free agent deal with the Atlanta Falcons. Kicker Ben Grogan went on from Martin to become Oklahoma State’s all-time leading scorer got on with the New Orleans Saints. Friday marked the start of rookie minicamps for both teams. According to a tweet from Odom’s agent Louis Bing, Atlanta provides the 256-pound defensive end an opportunity to stay at the position he’s played since his days at Martin. He may have to add some upper body strength, but he’s a decent bet to stick as an undrafted rookie. Grogan was a second-team All-Big 12 kicker in 2016 after coming out of Martin as the No. 9 high school kicker in the nation and a Class 5A all-state pick as a senior. He was a Fort Worth Star-Telegram Super Team pick in 2012 after nailing three field goals longer than 50 yards in a single game against North Crowley. And it’s not just his right leg that’s strong, either. Grogan became a college football meme when he did better in the bench-press than former Stanford Heisman candidate and Carolina Panthers running back Christian McCaffrey in the run-up to the 2017 NFL Draft. Both Falcons and Saints rookie minicamps are in the second of three workouts on Saturday, concluding Sunday. The Falcons hold a 51-45 all-time edge in the NFC South’s oldest rivalry. Read more here: http://www.star-telegram.com/sports/nfl/nfl-insider/article150369112.html#storylink=cpy
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  11. http://www.postandcourier.com/sports/citadel-s-tyler-renew-survives-atlanta-falcons-rookie-mini-camp/article_3241e83c-3bf7-11e7-ad33-2b68f011d33c.html He got fitted for a new black helmet, and was assigned jersey No. 39. Former Citadel All-American Tyler Renew survived the Atlanta Falcons' rookie mini-camp last weekend, and is on to the next phase in his effort to try to make the NFL as an undrafted free agent. "It's going well," Renew said at a meeting of the Atlanta-area Citadel club Wednesday night. "Right now, we're in a transition phase of learning the playbook, getting the concept of it and understanding it. "We're practicing with the veterans and learning how the organization is run, learning how to do our finances and life skills that the veterans have learned." Renew, 5-11½ and 231 pounds, is competing with Derrick Coleman (from UCLA) and Soma Vainuku (from Southern Cal) for the fullback job formerly held by South Carolina's Patrick DiMarco, who signed with the Bills. According to at least one observer, Renew, from Columbia's Ben Lippen High School, has a real chance to stick with the Falcons. "Former Citadel Bulldogs and All-American fullback Tyler Renew is the kind of dynamic all-purpose player (offensive coordinator) Steve Sarkisian loves, and has a chance to supplant Derrick Coleman as the replacement for free-agent departure Patrick DiMarco," Andrew Potter wrote for profootballoutsiders.com. Renew said the three players have formed a good relationship despite their competition. "The guys above me right now have been in the league before and are very good players," he told The Citadel Grayline. "But they have helped me a lot, given me a lot of tips and guided me on how to run plays, and how they have done things in their heads to learn those plays. "As to how it all turns out, I'm not sure. I wish the best for them, and I hope I get a chance to play. We're all in it together, and may the best man win." Renew said he hasn't had much chance to talk with Andre Roberts, another former Citadel great on the Falcons' roster. "We've talked a couple of times, but it's pretty busy with guys in different position groups," he said. "Rookies have their parts and veterans have their parts. But we've talked on the practice field, and he's a great guy." Renew reflected on his pro day at USC in March, which he said played a big role in getting a shot with the Falcons. Renew ran for 174 yards and two touchdowns in The Citadel's 23-22 upset of the Gamecocks in 2015. "I have the highest respect for (coach) Will Muschamp and everyone involved with me being able to be a part of pro day there," he said. "I 100 percent believe that was big stepping stone for me to get where I am now." Renew also talked about his recent graduation from The Citadel. "It was rewarding and humbling, a blessing," he said. "Four years ago, I didn't know if that would be possible. It seemed so far away and so hard to believe. I learned so much about myself as a man and so many life lessons, and made so many friends and relationships I never would have made anywhere else. "All the stories, all the memories ... sitting back and thinking about everything that brought me from an 18-year-old boy to a 22-year-old man. To look in the mirror and say, 'I've done it' and become a Citadel graduate, it was beyond words."
  12. https://www.profootballfocus.com/pro-udfa-pass-rusher-chris-odom-could-be-surprise-star-for-falcons/ Zach Aulakh explains how former Arkansas State edge defender Chris Odom could make an impact for Atlanta. ZACH AULAKH | 2 DAYS AGO (Photo by Jason O. Watson/Getty Images) The Atlanta Falcons signed Arkansas State defensive end Chris Odom as an undrafted free agent following the 2017 NFL Draft. Odom posted an outstanding 2016 season for the Red Wolves, grading ninth in the nation among edge defenders, just one spot behind Atlanta’s first-round pick, Takkarist McKinley. Odom registered 63 total QB pressures in 2016 for a pass-rushing productivity mark of 13.6 (sixth in the nation among 4-3 defensive ends). He also excelled as a run defender, ranking fourth out of 96 qualifying 4-3 defensive ends with a run-stop percentage of 8.4. Odom saw his production skyrocket as an edge defender in 2016; the previous two years, he saw the majority of his snaps on the interior, earning grades of 45.9 and 52.8.