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Let Walk Vic Beasley Devondre Campbell Matt Bryant Matt Bosher Kenjon Barner Justin Hardy Kemal Ishmael Cut Mohammed Sanu ($6.5m in savings) Devonta Freeman ($6.5m in savings if designated post June 1st cut) Ty Sambrailo ($3.75m in savings) Matt Schaub ($2m in savings) Allen Bailey ($4.5m in savings) Re-Sign Jack Crawford Steven Means Adrian Clayborn Tyeler Davison Austin Hooper Jermaine Grace Keith Smith Draft 1. Yetur Gross-Matos, DE, Penn State 6-5, 260lbs and runs a 4.5 forty time. Recorded 8 sacks and 20 TFL in 2018 and already recorded 3.5 sacks in 3 games this year. 2. Donavon Peoples-Jones, WR, Michigan 6-2, 210 lbs. Big-time athlete who can contribute all over the field as well as return kicks. Will make cutting Sanu more palatable. 3. Lloyd Cushenberry III, OL, LSU A former 2 star recruit who has developed into one of the best centers in the nation. Big and athletic. 4. Mike Hampton, CB, USF My personal early sleeper. Long athletic corner, with ball skills and likes to hit. 2 INT's and 16 PD's last year. 5. Patrick Queen, LB, LSU Undersized athletic linebacker from LSU - he's almost guaranteed to end up in the NFC south. A former running back with great all round athleticism but flying under the radar right now. 6. Jonathan Garvin, Edge, Miami You can never have enough edge guys and with Beasley, Clayborn, Means and Crawford all free agents in 2020 we're going to need a couple. 5.5 sacks and 17 TFL in 2018. 7. Journey Brown, RB, Penn State Who knows if this guy declares, but he looks like the next great RB to come out of Penn State and he's fast.
FalconofShadows posted a topic in Talk About the FalconsI feel when it comes to the draft this year this is the most separated the board has ever been. Normally the majority is in board with a certain position being picked in the first but maybe two different prospects are liked. This year there's people who want DT people who want DE. Then you have a Group for RT and CB and some who even want a LB. There is such vast opinions that different which is so unlike any other draft I've seen since I joined this board hack in 2004. I think with all this different thoughts that it proves that this draft is just gonna he crazy because there's no obvious position we are going to attack in the 1st round this year....gonna be a fun draft weekend
Macintez posted a topic in Talk About the FalconsWhen we’ve talked defensive player options in regards to the NFL draft, everyone has brought up defensive tackle in the first round. To me, there are only 2 DT’s that could make an immediate impact on our defense day 1. Quinnen Williams Ed Oliver Both will be gone by the time it gets to #14. Which leaves us with 3 options. Reach for a defensive lineman (Yes, all other defensive linemen options will be a reach in the first round), take an offensive lineman, or trade down. I will definitely be fine with the latter two ONLY if the front office makes it up to us by picking up this player in the draft. Jachai Polite I’ve watched film... Dude has first round-grade talent. But a lot of pundents are saying “But the attitude and piss-poor combine and football IQ”. All smoke... The dude is a competitor and a football player. Combine that with the fastest first step I’ve seen in a while and dude is THE best pure pass rusher in the draft and it’s not even close. I honestly think he screwed himself in the combine on purpose because he actually plays to the measurables Vic Beasley posted in the combine. As a matter of fact, if we pick him, I think he’ll be everything Vic was supposed to be for us and could make an impact day 1. People talk about him falling to the 3rd round.... He absolutely will not lmao mark my words. I would be chomping at the bit if he fell to the late second round. The best chance we would have at getting him will be to trade down. He fits the Dan Quinn mold for sure. I hope we could get him some kind of way. In the right system he could be an absolute pass rushing monster.