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.A-towN.'s Pre-Combie Mock OffSeason.

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FA Signings:

C.J. Mosley DT Jets - He would be a very good NT for us.

Angelo Crowell OLB Bills - He is a great SLB when healthy.

Re-Sign:

Keith Brooking: honestly, he probably is coming back, but for leadership and so he can teach any younger player.

Chauncey Davis: Great Roational DE. Put Jamaal inside DL.

Domonique Foxworth: He is a really good CB for us. Remember Grimes? Yeah.

Lawyer Milloy - Veteran backup. We need to keep this experience on the defense as well.

Tyson Clabo - A very dependable RT and an even better RG. Since Carey and Gross are gone.

Harvey Dahl - Good RG. He brought a lot to the table.

*Notable players coming back* - Laurent Robison, Trey Lewis, Renando Foster.

Draft:

1: Larry English DE NIU - After gaining some much needed weight, he could be a great first round pick for our scheme. He would help Abe apply pressure to the quarterback.

2. Rashad Johnson SS Alabama - Pure ball hawk. I love this kid. I just believe Chung will go ahead of him though. Johnson can come up in the box and play SS for us. He really flies to the ball though.

3. Shawn Nelson TE Southern Miss - I believe Cook with go before him. For some reason I think Nelson will be there in round three. He showed that he can block above average and he will split the seams.

4. Gerald McRath OLB Southern Miss - If he's not here, I could definitely live with Cassilas. We just need a WLB that can cover and help in the run. McRath is a sure tackler and his expertise is in coverage due to his speed.

5. Sammie Lee Hill DT Stillman - He can be a good rotational/potential starter guy for us at NT.

5. Andrew Gardner OT Georgia Tech - This guy can play both LT and RT. He was going to be up higher on the OL list before he got jinjured. We've already shown interest in him already.

7. Alex Boone OT Ohio State - He has apparently dropped according to WalterFootball.

From what I've heard. We were looking to do a deal with Brooking (less pay) and we weren't going to be "big players in the FA market"

seems possible.

This is an odd mock for me, but oh well. Waiting till after Tuesday and Monday. Will have a complete and final mock around March.

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FA Signings:

C.J. Mosley DT Jets - He would be a very good NT for us.

Angelo Crowell OLB Bills - He is a great SLB when healthy.

Re-Sign:

Keith Brooking: honestly, he probably is coming back, but for leadership and so he can teach any younger player.

Chauncey Davis: Great Roational DE. Put Jamaal inside DL.

Domonique Foxworth: He is a really good CB for us. Remember Grimes? Yeah.

Lawyer Milloy - Veteran backup. We need to keep this experience on the defense as well.

Tyson Clabo - A very dependable RT and an even better RG. Since Carey and Gross are gone.

Harvey Dahl - Good RG. He brought a lot to the table.

*Notable players coming back* - Laurent Robison, Trey Lewis, Renando Foster.

Draft:

1: Larry English DE NIU - After gaining some much needed weight, he could be a great first round pick for our scheme. He would help Abe apply pressure to the quarterback.

2. Rashad Johnson SS Alabama - Pure ball hawk. I love this kid. I just believe Chung will go ahead of him though. Johnson can come up in the box and play SS for us. He really flies to the ball though.

3. Shawn Nelson TE Southern Miss - I believe Cook with go before him. For some reason I think Nelson will be there in round three. He showed that he can block above average and he will split the seams.

4. Gerald McRath OLB Southern Miss - If he's not here, I could definitely live with Cassilas. We just need a WLB that can cover and help in the run. McRath is a sure tackler and his expertise is in coverage due to his speed.

5. Sammie Lee Hill DT Stillman - He can be a good rotational/potential starter guy for us at NT.

5. Andrew Gardner OT Georgia Tech - This guy can play both LT and RT. He was going to be up higher on the OL list before he got jinjured. We've already shown interest in him already.

7. Alex Boone OT Ohio State - He has apparently dropped according to WalterFootball.

From what I've heard. We were looking to do a deal with Brooking (less pay) and we weren't going to be "big players in the FA market"

seems possible.

This is an odd mock for me, but oh well. Waiting till after Tuesday and Monday. Will have a complete and final mock around March.

Not bad at all. If we determine guys like Bart Scott and Sean Jones are going to be too expensive this would be a realistic approach to the offseason.

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looks nice. almost any draft with Larry English in it has my vote. I like Rashad Johnson but i think he might be more of a FS

I thought I heard that he could play SS too? Maybe I'm wrong idk.

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why retain C. Davis if you are drafting English?

Do you think Abe is going to last and stay healthy all this upcoming year? We would also have an amazng rotation. Keeps all of our DE's fresh.

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