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2013 Offseason

Players Signed

DE Osi Umenyiora

http://www.nfl.com/p...2505492/profile

RB Steven Jackson

http://www.nfl.com/p...2495560/profile

HBA Wish list

OLB Daryl Smith-3 Year

http://www.nfl.com/p...2506029/profile

DE Israel Idonije (Veteran Minimum)

http://www.nfl.com/p...2505324/profile

Players Resigned/Restructured

SS William Moore

OG Garrett Reynolds

OT Sam Baker

TE Tony Gonzales

2013 Draft

** Compensatory Selection

1st Round CB Jamar Taylor, Boise State

Height: 5-11 | Weight: 192 | 40 Time: 4.37 | Bench Press: 22

http://www.cbssports...60/jamar-taylor

http://www.cfbstats....2754/index.html

http://www.nfl.com/c...ylor?id=2539932

HBA Comments: After losing three CB to FA this is the most depleted position we have, with only one true starter at the position; it is almost a certainty that we address this position with one of our first two picks. Because I believe Trufant will not be available come the 30th pick (thanks to the Patriots icing at 29), Taylor who is not much of a drop off will be heavily looked at. Taylors’s ability to play both man and zone not to mention provide speed and size with a pinch on cockiness surely address the Falcon’s needs in the secondary.

Sneak peek into 2014 draft: 1st Round CB Justin Gilbert

2nd Round DE Cornellius (Tank) Carradine, Florida State

Height: 6-4 | Weight: 276 | Projected 40 Time: 4.75 | Bench Press: 32

http://www.cbssports...llius-carradine

http://www.cfbstats....9433/index.html

http://www.nfl.com/c...dine?id=2539224

HBA Comments: This pick may not provide much value to the 2013 season it is almost like trading this year’s 2nd round pick for a 1st in next year’s draft. Carradine if he can return back to pre-injury form will add another quality pass rush on the other side of Osi. I also expect the Falcons to address their pass rush needs early in next year’s draft.

Sneak peek into 2014 draft: 2nd Round DT Deandre Coleman

3rd Round ILB Jonathan Bostic, Florida

Height: 6-1 | Weight: 245 | 40 Time: 4.61 | Bench Press: 22

http://www.cbssports...4202/jon-bostic

http://www.cfbstats....3935/index.html

http://www.nfl.com/c...stic?id=2539978

HBA Comments: Bostic will definitely address the pass coverage in the middle of the field. For those of us who are still screaming at the TV for someone to cover the TE after both Miller and Davis rippledus a new one, Bostic should keep us off the ledge.

Sneak peek into 2014 draft: 3rd Round KR/PR/RB Dri Acher

4th Round OG Alvin Bailey, Arkansas

Height: 6-3 | Weight: 312 | 40 Time: 4.90 | Bench Press: 27

http://www.cbssports...46/alvin-bailey

http://www.nfl.com/c...iley?id=2540182

HBA Comments: Bailey should provide some stiff competition to Reynolds at the RG position and help open lanes for Jackson. Part of the Falcons troubles in the running department was partly due to a burnt out Turner and partially to the line that was not able to get any push. Not to mention Bailey who has equal success in playing both the left and the right guard position, will also allow us to start to look at moving Blalock’s 7 plus million per year price tag starting this thru 2016.

4th Round** CB Terry Hawthorne, Illinois

Height: 6-0 | Weight: 195 | 40 Time: 4.44 | Bench Press: 13

http://www.cbssports...terry-hawthorne

http://www.cfbstats....4169/index.html

http://www.nfl.com/c...orne?id=2539238

HBA Comments: Again this is a depleted area for the Falcons which I expect them to address early and often. Hawthorne who is a great value in the 4th round would provide depth and possible some competition to Samuel in 2014 for the starting role.

5th Round OT Brennan Williams, North Carolina

Height: 6-6 | Weight: 318 | 40 Time: NA | Bench Press: NA

http://www.cbssports...rennan-williams

http://www.nfl.com/c...iams?id=2539273

HBA Comments: Like Bailey, Williams in due time will provide competition to Clabo more than likely in the 2014 season. Clabo is in the later stages of his career has a price tag 6 million annually throughout the life of his contract which may begin to be a little steep in the next two years. Williams who earlier in the year was graded out as a 2nd tackle but because of injuries now has dropped. A year to return to strength and get acclimated to the speed and strength of NFL defensive linemen should be a win-win for both Williams and the Falcons.

6th Round SS Earl Wolf, North Carolina State

Height: 6-0 | Weight: 209 | 40 Time: 4.41 | Bench Press: NA

http://www.cbssports...3467/earl-wolff

http://www.cfbstats....7525/index.html

http://www.nfl.com/c...olff?id=2539966

HBA Comments: The safety position this year is the deepest it has ever been, in any other year Wolf maybe a 3rd round so this is excellent value for a position that will almost certainly be needed. Moore who has yet to play full season and because of his killed or be killed playing style is almost certain to miss a game or two every year.

7th Round WR Mark Harrison, Rutgers

Height: 6-3 | Weight: 231 | 40 Time: 4.46 | Bench Press: 17

http://www.cbssports.com/nfl/draft/players/1700274/mark-harrison

http://www.cfbstats.com/2012/player/587/1025847/index.html

http://www.nfl.com/combine/profiles/mark-harrison?id=2540262

HBA Comments: This is truly a Madden pick! It is not that I am a big offensive guy, but I guess the idea of be able to in 2014 of having Jones, White (slot), Harrison and Hill on the field at the same time should send chills down in defense spine. And the MVP goes to Matt Ryan for having the first 6000 yds season!!!!

7th Round** DT Abry Jones, Georgia

Height: 6-3 | Weight: 313 | 40 Time: 5.19 | Bench Press: 30

http://www.cbssports...4267/abry-jones

http://www.cfbstats....4043/index.html

http://www.nfl.com/c...ones?id=2539230

HBA Comments: UGA known for producing gems in the late round on the defensive side of the ball, Abry Jones appears to be the forgotten man. Having the versatility to play multiple positions in multiple fronts, Jones could early soften to blow if we decide to switch schemes. Not mention three of the our DT (Babs, Peters and Jerry) are all FA in 2014, which I suspect only Peters being retained, Jones will provide much need depth for the future.

7th Round** TE Josh Hill, Idaho State

Height: 6-5 | Weight: 246 | 40 Time: 4.63| Bench Press: 20

http://www.nfldrafts...=2013&genpos=TE

http://www.isubengal...5&path=football

HBA Comments: This is my sleeper pick (which I have two)!!! Hill another small school prospect who is bless with great hand and athletic ability. Hill who is probably a year or two away from making a real impact on offense has just as good if not better measurable as Eifert not mention production. Having one year to study under the TG will only aid his maturation to better competition. And yes, Hill’s jersey number in college was 88!

7th Round** OG Lane Taylor, Oklahoma State

Height: 6-3 | Weight: 324 | 40 Time: 5.35 | Bench Press: 31

http://www.cbssports...players/1630882

HBA Comments: For my second sleep, Taylor who 36 career starts at the RG position will provide great depth and maybe allow Bailey to switch side in 2014 after a year of getting acclimated to the NFL. Taylor is great in both run-blocking and pass-protection, having surrendering 0 sacks in 850 snaps and allow Randle to rush for 2600+ and 36 tds in the last two seasons.

UDFA/ Practice Squad

FB Alex Singleton, Tulsa

Height: 6-1 | Weight: 260| Projected 40 Time: 4.83

http://www.nfldrafts...=2013&genpos=FB

http://www.cfbstats....6600/index.html

C Ivory Wade, Baylor

Height: 6-3 | Weight: 310| Projected 40 Time: 5.27

http://www.cbssports...4315/ivory-wade

K Zach Brown, Portland St

Height: 6-1 | Weight: 206| Projected 40 Time: 4.79

http://www.nfldrafts...r=2013&genpos=K

http://espn.go.com/c...928/zach-brown

WR Justin Brown, Oklahoma

Height: 6-2 | Weight: 208| Projected 40 Time: 4.56

http://www.nfldrafts...=2013&genpos=WR

http://www.cfbstats....5690/index.html

Offensive Depth Chart

Quarterback Matt Ryan, Dominique Davis

Wide Receiver X Julio Jones, Mark Harrison

Wide Receiver Z Roddy White, Harry Douglas, Drew Davis

Running Back Stephen Jackson, Jacquizz Rodgers, Jason Snelling

Fullback Bradie Ewing

Tight End Tony Gonzalez, Chase Coffman, Josh Hill

Left Offensive Tackle Sam Baker, Lamar Holmes

Left Offensive Guard Justin Blalock, Alvin Bailey

Center Peter Konz, Joe Hawley

Right Offensive Garrett Reynolds, Lane Taylor

Right Offensive Tackle Tyson Clabo, Brennan Williams (PUP)

Defensive Depth Chart

Left Defensive End DE Israel Idonije, Kroy Biermann, Cliff Matthews

Defensive Tackle Corey Peters, Peria Jerry, Abry Jones

Defensive Tackle Jonathan Babineaux, Travian Robertson

Right Defensive End Osi Umenyiora, Jonathan Massaquoi, Cornellius (Tank) Carradine (PUP)

Weakside Linebacker Sean Weatherspoon, Stephen Nicholas

Mike Linebacker Jonathan Bostic, Akeem Dent

Strong-side Linebacker Stephen Nicholas, Daryl Smith

Left Cornerback Asante Samuels, Dominique Franks, Terry Hawthorne

Right Cornerback Jamar Taylor, Robert McClain

Strong Safety William Moore, Earl Wolf

Free Safety Thomas DeCoud, Charles Mitchell

Special Teams Depth Chart

Kicker (FG) K Matt Byrant

Punter Matt Bosher

Kicker (KO) Matt Bosher

Long Snapper Josh Harris

Kick Returner Jacquizz Rodgers

Punt Returner Terry Hawthorne

Holder Matt Bosher

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I like the concept of throwing out 2014 names, as useless as they may be, but I'm not a huge fan of what you've done in the early part of this year's draft.

Tank won't be available at 60, lately he's been talked about as a mid-20 pick that won't fall to us at 30, let alone 60.

Jamar Taylor is a good CB but I don't want him at 30. I'd much rather grab Carridene in the first and see who falls to us at 60. Whether it be Taylor, McFadden, or someone in that range, I don't think it makes much difference.

If you can get Trufant in the first then great. If not, don't reach for a CB. Just get one at 60 or 92. Just my opinion though.

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I like the concept of throwing out 2014 names, as useless as they may be, but I'm not a huge fan of what you've done in the early part of this year's draft.

Tank won't be available at 60, lately he's been talked about as a mid-20 pick that won't fall to us at 30, let alone 60.

Jamar Taylor is a good CB but I don't want him at 30. I'd much rather grab Carridene in the first and see who falls to us at 60. Whether it be Taylor, McFadden, or someone in that range, I don't think it makes much difference.

If you can get Trufant in the first then great. If not, don't reach for a CB. Just get one at 60 or 92. Just my opinion though.

Carridene will not be draft in the first round, in fact I willing to bet there are only a few teams that will be willing to take in the second. He tore his ACL this past November which means chances are he will not available the first half of the season. Why would a team who I assume have multiple holes to fill draft a player they can't use in the 1st 2 rounds. Let's look at this in perspective Lattimore who blew out his knee earlier in the season was rank as a top 5 prospect may not come off the board until the 3-5 round yet Carridene who only started for a half of a season at FSU, is still going in the first in a position that is not nearly as value?

Taylor is consider the 3-5 best CB in this years draft correct. He's better than Kirkpatrick who went 17th last year, he's better than Jimmy Smith who went 19th in 2012 and Patrick Robinson who went 32nd 2010 not to mention our need out weigh draft value. You can't run the risk of no one being there at 60. Remember this prospect would have to start we have no one with extensive starting talent/experience other than Samuel who is 32, as of right now we have the worst corners on paper in the league. There is no room for gambling at this position.

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Carridene will not be draft in the first round, in fact I willing to bet there are only a few teams that will be willing to take in the second. He tore his ACL this past November which means chances are he will not available the first half of the season. Why would a team who I assume have multiple holes to fill draft a player they can't use in the 1st 2 rounds. Let's look at this in perspective Lattimore who blew out his knee earlier in the season was rank as a top 5 prospect may not come off the board until the 3-5 round yet Carridene who only started for a half of a season at FSU, is still going in the first in a position that is not nearly as value?

Taylor is consider the 3-5 best CB in this years draft correct. He's better than Kirkpatrick who went 17th last year, he's better than Jimmy Smith who went 19th in 2012 and Patrick Robinson who went 32nd 2010 not to mention our need out weigh draft value. You can't run the risk of no one being there at 60. Remember this prospect would have to start we have no one with extensive starting talent/experience other than Samuel who is 32, as of right now we have the worst corners on paper in the league. There is no room for gambling at this position.

If he is having a pro day where he can participate in every drill then he will easily be available week 1. And if he tore his ACL in November then he will have 8-9 months until the first game. He is going in the 1st round. And if by some crazy chance he doesn't' go in the 1st he won't make it to our pick in the 2nd. Not happening. And are you really comparing knee injuries between the two? Not even close

Florida State DE Cornellius "Tank" Carradine will work out for NFL evaluators on April 20.

Carradine plans on working out in full, meaning he will complete every drill. If the pass rusher's knee shows no instability, the workout could really change teams' draft boards five days before the event. We would go as far to call Carradine one of the top three edge rushers in this class.

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Thank you Mr. Kent.

yet Carridene who only started for a half of a season at FSU, is still going in the first in a position that is not nearly as value?

How is a premium pass rusher in a pass-dominated league less valuable than a RB with two blown knees in a league where a RBBC approach has widely taken over?

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If he is having a pro day where he can participate in every drill then he will easily be available week 1. And if he tore his ACL in November then he will have 8-9 months until the first game. He is going in the 1st round. And if by some crazy chance he doesn't' go in the 1st he won't make it to our pick in the 2nd. Not happening. And are you really comparing knee injuries between the two? Not even close

Florida State DE Cornellius "Tank" Carradine will work out for NFL evaluators on April 20.

Carradine plans on working out in full, meaning he will complete every drill. If the pass rusher's knee shows no instability, the workout could really change teams' draft boards five days before the event. We would go as far to call Carradine one of the top three edge rushers in this class.

Lucky we have only 4 weeks to revisit this conversation!!!! I'll be sure to remind you!

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If he is having a pro day where he can participate in every drill then he will easily be available week 1. And if he tore his ACL in November then he will have 8-9 months until the first game. He is going in the 1st round. And if by some crazy chance he doesn't' go in the 1st he won't make it to our pick in the 2nd. Not happening. And are you really comparing knee injuries between the two? Not even close

Florida State DE Cornellius "Tank" Carradine will work out for NFL evaluators on April 20.

Carradine plans on working out in full, meaning he will complete every drill. If the pass rusher's knee shows no instability, the workout could really change teams' draft boards five days before the event. We would go as far to call Carradine one of the top three edge rushers in this class.

Just a question who are you quoting credibility is everything.

Also so if Carradine is the top three edge rusher where do you have the following prospects?

Bjoern Werner

Dion Jordan

Ezekiel Ansah

Datone Jones

Demotre Moore

Alex Okafor

Sam Montgomery

Jarvis Jones

Barkevious Mingo

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Just a question who are you quoting credibility is everything.

Also so if Carradine is the top three edge rusher where do you have the following prospects?

Bjoern Werner

Dion Jordan

Ezekiel Ansah

Datone Jones

Demotre Moore

Alex Okafor

Sam Montgomery

Jarvis Jones

Barkevious Mingo

It was a clip on his rotoworld page. Not hard to find. I think when they are referring to "edge rushers" they mean guys who are projected DE's and not OLB's. That would mean Werner, Moore, Ansah, Okafor, Montgomery. If they are referring to all of them then you can still make the argument.

Doesn't matter who said when he is holding his pro day. Anyone could have posted that and it wouldn't matter because if he participates in his pro day and does all or most of the drills then there is almost zero chance that he is not ready by week 1.

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It was a clip on his rotoworld page. Not hard to find. I think when they are referring to "edge rushers" they mean guys who are projected DE's and not OLB's. That would mean Werner, Moore, Ansah, Okafor, Montgomery. If they are referring to all of them then you can still make the argument.

Doesn't matter who said when he is holding his pro day. Anyone could have posted that and it wouldn't matter because if he participates in his pro day and does all or most of the drills then there is almost zero chance that he is not ready by week 1.

It seems like to me that we are making this way too complicated, the first question I would ask is do I think if any of the names I mention would be available in the second round? If that answer is answer is yes, which I think it will be the is there a need to reach for any pass rusher at 30. CB is without a doubt our biggest need we can always draft in later rounds.

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It seems like to me that we are making this way too complicated, the first question I would ask is do I think if any of the names I mention would be available in the second round? If that answer is answer is yes, which I think it will be the is there a need to reach for any pass rusher at 30. CB is without a doubt our biggest need we can always draft in later rounds.

WE aren't making anything complicated.

You said Carradine will not be drafted in the 1st. When several people have him listed there.

You said Carradine will not be available for the first half of the season then i posted that he is holding his pro day in April and is expected to do every single drill. As well has having several months until week 1 even starts.

Then you tried to compare his knee injury to Lattimore which is a bad comparisons as Lattimores was significantly more severe.

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WE aren't making anything complicated.

You said Carradine will not be drafted in the 1st. When several people have him listed there.

You said Carradine will not be available for the first half of the season then i posted that he is holding his pro day in April and is expected to do every single drill. As well has having several months until week 1 even starts.

Then you tried to compare his knee injury to Lattimore which is a bad comparisons as Lattimores was significantly more severe.

Who has Carradine in the 1st round? Will he come off the board before Werner, Jordan, Ansah, Moore, Montgomery, Okafor, Mingo, Jarvis Jones, Floyd, Richardson, Short or Lotulelei? That's 12 pass rusher not even looking at any other position that will come of the board well before you even start to think about Carradine. This draft is heavy in OL, CB and WR as well, in 32 picks explain how he will come off the board prior to any of these prospects. There can only be 32 1st round picks not 50 and that is regardless of what he does in his pro day!!! His production does not warrant it.

My comparison to Lattimore was simply this, up until Lattimore's injury he was consider a top 5 pick the consensus best RB coming out hands down would you not agree? Carradine at best was maybe a 3-4 round round prospect prior to Jenkins injury, explain to me how the best running back in the draft can go from a top 5 pick to a 4th round prospect albeit because of a gruesome injury and Carradine stock goes up in one of the deepest dline draft in some years!!!!

Other than Peterson no one in the history of football has ever torn an ACL and return to have a significant year the same year as their injury especially a rookie!!! It just seems like every year we go thru the same thing were we throw conventional wisdom out the window to justify drafting a player that we may have the hots for. Look I like Carradine too hence me mocking him but at 30 there will be far too many better option at pass rusher for me to even think drafting him. If that was the case I would have mocked Dantone Jones, Damontre Moore or Alex Okafor in the first.

I am willing to make any type of bet that Carradine not go in the first round, I am almost willing to bet that he doesn't go in the top 50!

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Who has Carradine in the 1st round? Will he come off the board before Werner, Jordan, Ansah, Moore, Montgomery, Okafor, Mingo, Jarvis Jones, Floyd, Richardson, Short or Lotulelei? That's 12 pass rusher not even looking at any other position that will come of the board well before you even start to think about Carradine. This draft is heavy in OL, CB and WR as well, in 32 picks explain how he will come off the board prior to any of these prospects. There can only be 32 1st round picks not 50 and that is regardless of what he does in his pro day!!! His production does not warrant it.

I have Carradine in my top 15. Most sites have him in their top 40 despite the injury. Either way, if we want him we have to take him with our first. He's going to (or at least SHOULD) go ahead of Okafor, Short and Montgomery, and possibly even Moore at this point with the character and work ethic concerns coming into play. If given the choice between Carradine and Moore, I'm taking Carradine 10 out of 10 times. Better athlete, better film, no character concerns.

My comparison to Lattimore was simply this, up until Lattimore's injury he was consider a top 5 pick the consensus best RB coming out hands down would you not agree? Carradine at best was maybe a 3-4 round round prospect prior to Jenkins injury, explain to me how the best running back in the draft can go from a top 5 pick to a 4th round prospect albeit because of a gruesome injury and Carradine stock goes up in one of the deepest dline draft in some years!!!!

Lattimore was never a top 5 pick. Before the injury he was in the conversation with Giovani Bernard to be the first back taken, but never considered to be an elite can't-miss talent like AP, Lynch or Spiller. Carradine is a top 10 talent in this draft not taking the injury into account, the only reason he has a chance of falling to us at 30 is because of teams being scared to draft a player coming off an injury.

Other than Peterson no one in the history of football has ever torn an ACL and return to have a significant year the same year as their injury especially a rookie!!! It just seems like every year we go thru the same thing were we throw conventional wisdom out the window to justify drafting a player that we may have the hots for. Look I like Carradine too hence me mocking him but at 30 there will be far too many better option at pass rusher for me to even think drafting him. If that was the case I would have mocked Dantone Jones, Damontre Moore or Alex Okafor in the first.

I am willing to make any type of bet that Carradine not go in the first round, I am almost willing to bet that he doesn't go in the top 50!

Modern technology is making ACL tears less and less significant. No longer are they career enders, they've gone from devastating dead ends to pit stops if the guy has the right work ethic, and Carradine does.

Datone Jones isn't the same type of player as Carradine, Moore or Okafor. Compare him to Sylvester Williams and Kawann Short if you're going to toss names out into groups like that.

Carradine is better than Okafor in just about every way imaginable. He's also more athletic than Moore, just as natural of a pass rusher, and has no character or work ethic concerns.

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What happen to the "note to self", you have your own thread discussing the same player I don't see hoe you and I can remotely have a discussion about players. If you feel left out can pm Clark Kent. However I am willing to extend a bet of naming rights if you are willing to put you your expertise on the line. Carradine will not go in the first round!!!!

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What happen to the "note to self", you have your own thread discussing the same player I don't see how can remotely have a discussion this if you want to pm Clark Kent you can. However I am willing to extend a bet of naming rights if you are willing to put you your expertise on the line. Carradine will not go in the first round!!!!

I'm not saying he's definitely going in the first round, I'm saying he definitely won't be available when we pick at 60.

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If he is top 15 he is first round!!!! Oxy moron comment don't you think?

In my opinion, he is a top 15 talent. NFL teams may or may not agree with me, but either way he won't be selected in the top 15 because of the injury.

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In my opinion, he is a top 15 talent. NFL teams may or may not agree with me, but either way he won't be selected in the top 15 because of the injury.

Great as long as you know it is YOUR opinion then we both are on the same page my opinion is that he will go somewhere between 45-70. Which is what my mock is about me selecting best fit player in a range of where I think they may go not my favorite player. Again I can't see a GM or coach selecting a player who has never been the most dominate player on his own dline and coming of a serious knee injury in the first 50 picks. Too much risk on the line, hence why Lattimore will not be consider for the same reason even thou he is pound for pound the best back in the draft.

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Great as long as you know it is YOUR opinion then we both are on the same page my opinion is that he will go somewhere between 45-70. Which is what my mock is about me selecting best fit player in a range of where I think they may go not my favorite player. Again I can't see a GM or coach selecting a player who has never been the most dominate player on his own dline and coming of a serious knee injury in the first 50 picks. Too much risk on the line, hence why Lattimore will not be consider for the same reason even thou he is pound for pound the best back in the draft.

Even if Lattimore hadn't ever gotten hurt, I wouldn't take him before Bernard or Lacy.

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You seriously don't think Carradine goes in the first 50 picks? That's asinine. Had he not gotten hurt he'd be a top 15-20 pick.

Sure he wasn't the best player on his D.line but he is more athletic than Werner and some may think that gives him more value. Jenkins is a 3-4 OLB in the NFL.

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You seriously don't think Carradine goes in the first 50 picks? That's asinine. Had he not gotten hurt he'd be a top 15-20 pick.

Sure he wasn't the best player on his D.line but he is more athletic than Werner and some may think that gives him more value. Jenkins is a 3-4 OLB in the NFL.

Would you like to make a little wager let's say the rights to your name for 6 months?

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