Wokezone Posted February 22, 2012 Share Posted February 22, 2012 Resignings/Cuts (30.6 Mil) --------------------------------Curtis Lofton- 6 Years- 40 Mil. (Back-Loaded)Brent Grimes- WalkingJohn Abraham-WalksTodd McClure- 1 Year- 5 Mil (3 Mil against cap)Eric Weems- WalksKroy Biermann- 4 Years- 15 MilHarry Douglas- 4 Years 13 MilVance Walker- (RFA)- ResignedJason Snelling- WalksJames Sanders- WalksReggie Kelly- WalksKelvin Hayden- WalksChris Redman- WalksBrett Romberg- WalksKirk Chambers- WalksSam Baker- Cut (Saves about 1.2 MilOvie Mughelli- Cut (Saves about 3 Mil)Around 20 Mil availableFA Pickups 1. Ben Grubbs- G 5 Years- 40 Mil (Back-Loaded) (6 Mil cap hit first year)2. Marcus McNeil- LT 2 Years- 12 Mil (4 Mil cap hit) incentive heavy3. Richard Marshall –CB 4 years 24 Mil (4 mil cap hit)2012 NFL DRAFT 2nd Round, 55th Pick- Vinny Curry, DE Marshall. 6'3 265 Lbs, 4.73 40. Curry is a pure pass rusher in every form of the word. He can line up at OLB in the 3-4, he can play with his hand in the dirt the guy is a very versatile and very skilled player. Curry has great power and can bull rush his opponent back into the Quarterback as well as use his burst and speed and come around the edge. When he gets engaged he is good at slapping the T's hands away and uses a swim move to beat his man when engaged.3rd Round, 87th Pick- Casey Hayward, CB Vanderbilt. 5'11 190 LBs, 4.48 40. Hayward is very underrated in this draft and in my opinion he could be a major steal, he reminds me a lot of Cortland Finnegan with his physical play at the line and in run support despite his size, but he also has great ball hawking skills as well, but at times makes bad decisions on breaking on the ball to go for the Int instead of staying on his man, he is also prone to getting PI calls due to his physicality. However he has tremendous upside as he is very scheme diverse and has great ball skills along with nice intangibles such as a good speed.5th Round, 151st Pick- Jake Bequette DE- Arkansas. 6’5 264. 4.54 40Adding Depth and competition to our RDE Position. 6th Round, 183rd Pick- Derek Wolfe DT Cincinnati. 6’5 286 4.98 40Adding some much needed competition and DT depth, has ability to play DE as well7th Round, 215th Pick- Sean Richardson, SS Vanderbilt. 6'2 220 LBs 4.54 40The O-Line is now stableLT- Mcneil/SvitekLG- Blalock/JacksonC-Mcclure/HawleyRG-Grubbs/JohnsonRT-Clabo/ReynoldsDLine is now stable even after losing AbeRDE- Curry/Bequette/SidburyDT- Babs/Peters/Wolfe/WalkerLDE- Edwards/Beirmann/BequetteSecondary is not in shambles even after losing GrimesCB1 Dunta/ Franks/OwensCB2 Marshall/Hayward/WallsNB- Franks/Hayward/Owens/Walls Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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