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do not like mcknight pick. what do you draft him for? pass catching? what happened to matt forte?

Bears IMD

Draft picks:

3rd round: 11th in round= Rennie Curran OLB UGA

3rd round: 20th in round= Jon Asamoah OG Illinois

4th round: 10th in round= Joe Mcknight RB USC

6th round: 12th in round= Colin Peek TE Bama

7th round: 12th in round= Larry Asante SS Nebraska

thoughts?

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do not like mcknight pick. what do you draft him for? pass catching? what happened to matt forte?

3rd down/change of pace back. Forte is the starter but he will split carries with Mcknight. The Bears had no one to split carries with Forte. PLus Forte isn't the fastest guy in the world so I figured the offense could use another spark.

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Also, San Fran is shopping Shaun Hill for a 7th round pick.

Are you interested in acquiring Chris Houston in exchange for Hill?

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Are you interested in acquiring Chris Houston in exchange for Hill?

No sir, I've got a very strong CB group of veterans Shawntae Spencer and Nate Clements and draftees Perrish Cox and Donovan Warren, not to mention youngster Tarell Brown who has had 4 INTs and 11 PBUs in spot duty over the past two seasons (5 games started in total, just turned 25 years old).

Having a proven backup QB with a winning game percentage is nice in case Alex Smith gets hurt, which he shouldn't behind the O-line I've provided for him B) But the insurance is still nice.

UDFA, UDFA, UDFA!! Let the fun begin...there are some guys out there that I really like.

1 CB, some DTs, some WRs, some of position X but I want to sign a UDFA from that position so I won't say.

Coleman to the Bills in the 7th was a steal for their 3-4 defense. So was Muckelroy for the Panthers except he won't get much playing time behind Thomas David at WLB.

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So was Muckelroy for the Panthers except he won't get much playing time behind Thomas Davis at WLB.

Actually he might get some playing time in this scenario. I took over the Panthers from an inactive, so I don't have Davis.

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the draft is all over now and here is what the Bears came out with:

3rd round: 11th in round= Rennie Curran OLB UGA

3rd round: 20th in round= Jon Asamoah OG Illinois

4th round: 10th in round= Joe Mcknight RB USC

6th round: 12th in round= Colin Peek TE Bama

7th round: 12th in round= Larry Asante SS Nebraska

Undrafted= Darryl Sharpton MLB Miami(FL.)

Undrafted= John Conner FB Kentucky

In FA I grabbed:

DE Aaron Kampman

CB Ellis Hobbs

DE Jason Babin

SS/FS Sean Jones

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Round 1: Sean Weatherspoon OLB

Round 3:Jared Veldheer OT

Round 3:Corey Wootton DE

Round 4:Clay Harbor TE

Round 5:Jeff Owens DL

Round 5:Joique Bell RB

Round 6:Scott Long WR

Round 6:Stephen Williams WR

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Rd 2; #7: Jonathon Dwyer - RB, Georgia Tech

Rd 2; #12: Amari Spievey - CB, Iowa

Rd 2; #15: Daryl Washington - WLB, TCU

Punt block >

Rd 2; #21: Donald Butler - ILB, Washington

P.o.t.W. >

Interview >

Interview>

Rd 3; #17: Andre Roberts - WR, The Citadel

Highlights > http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=An5rP_BiEdg

Rd 4; #20: TJ Ward - S, Oregon

Rd 5; #17: Clay Harbor - TE/FB/H, Missouri State

Rd 5; #19: Earl Mitchell - DT, Arizona

Rd 6; #18: Daniel Te'o Nesheim - DE, Washington

JR.- 2008, Highlights >

Rd 7; #20: Trindon Holliday - KR/PR & WR, LSU

UDFA: Marcus Easley - WR, U Conn

UDFA: Mike Newton - FS, Buffalo

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Tennesee Titans

Round 1- Kyle Wilson Boise State CB

Round 3- Jacoby Ford Clemson WR

Round 4 Tony Washington Abilene Christian RT

Round 5 Joe Webb UAB WR/QB/TE

Round 5 Crezon Butler Clemson CB

Round 6 Leroy Vann FAMU KR/WR

Round 6 Syd Quan Thompson CAlifornia CB

Round 7 Ryan Perriloux Jacksonville State QB

Round 7 Mike Williams Syracuse WR

UDFA

Dedrick Epps TE, Miami

Andre Dixon RB, Connecticut

Guys acquired via trade

Reggie Nelson FS

Bernard Scott RB

Clint Ingram OLB

Jacoby Jones WR

Limas Sweed WR

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San Diego ended up picking (with the 28th pick in each round)...

Round 1 - C.J. Spiller, RB

Round 2 - Demaryius Thomas, WR

Round 3 - Dezmon Briscoe, WR

Round 4 - Myron Rolle, S

Round 5 - O'Brian Schofield, OLB

Round 7 - Malcolm Sheppard, DE

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FA additions

Leonard Weaver, FB

Jason Avant, WR

Anthony Fasano, TE

Lorenzo Alexander, DT

Anthony Montgomery, DT

Acquired via trade

Osi Umenyiora

Tampa Bay ended with this draft

Round 1: Dan Williams, DT

Round 2: Brandon LaFell, WR

Round 2: Kareem Jackson, CB

Round 2: Roger Saffold, OT

Round 3: Reshad Jones, SS

Round 4: Greg Hardy, DE

Round 5: Seyi Ajirotutu, WR

Round 5: Corey Peters, DT

Round 6: Andrew Quarless, TE

Round 7: Reggie Carter, MLB

Round 7: George Johnson, DE

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The Packers final offseason additions were as follows:

FA:

Tank Johnson, DT

Chad Pennington, QB

Roy Williams, SS

Via Draft:

1st- Jerry Hughes, DE/OLB, TCU-

2nd- Dominique Franks, CB, Oklahoma-

3rd- Alex Carrington, DE, Arkansas State-

4th- Jason Fox, OT, Miami-

6th- Antonio Brown, WR, Central Michigan-

UDFA:

-John Estes, C, Hawaii

-Dexter Davis, OLB, Arizona State

My defense is ridiculous, lol.

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Baltimore had no additions via free agency because their GM decided not to show up. They did, however, get completely pillaged during free agency. So trying to stop the bleeding was an interesting job, but I did an alright job.

Via draft:

1st- Damian Williams, WR, Southern Cal

2nd- Brandon Ghee, CB, Wake Forest

4th- Jason Worilds, OLB, Virginia Tech

6th (F/ DET)- Tony Pike, QB, Cincinnati

6th (F/ SF)- E.J. Wilson, DE, North Carolina-

7th (F/ PIT)- Doug Worthington, DE, Ohio State

UDFA:

-Mickey Shuler, TE, Penn State-

-Brian Simmons, OG, Oklahoma-

I added a lot of defensive talent and got some offensive talent where I could.

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