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Full 90 Player Roster Spreadsheet


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https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1847ur23qO2n25_vLarSaMbXlowXx9XNBZeedz9uh8-k/edit?usp=sharing

This is the 2015 update to the Roster Spreadsheet I created last year for those that remember it. It's not quite finished, but you can download your own version and change it around as you see fit. One of the perks is that I have the actual NFL Combine heights for all players, so no guess work about how tall someone really is. And for the rookies I have their combine weights listed.

The color coding is as follows:

Green = returning roster member from 2014 - even if only on Practice Squad.

Purple = UFA - unrestrictred free agent from a different 2014 team.

Dark Blue = 2015 draft pick.

Light Blue = 2015 UDFA - undrafted college free agent.

A few interesting things to note on the 90 man roster:

We are returning 50 total players from the 2014 roster - 25 on offense, 22 on defense, 3 specialists. This includes all the practice squad members and Injured Reserve list, and also the Kicker, Punter, and Long Snapper that I have not included on my spreadsheet.

That means 40 players are new here.

14 total UFAs - 7 on offense, 7 on defense.

7 Draft picks - 3 on offense, 4 on defense.

19 UDFAs - 8 on offense, 11 on defense.

EDIT - Last update = Thursday, May 21th, 2015

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Outstanding document. Hope you re-post before pre-season with up-dated red fields and jersey numbers. Add a color legend. We need both alphabetical and numeric lists (standard pre-season gear.)

Thanks for the post. Thanks for the shameless bump.

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Thanks all. I started doing it last year so I had a template already. Just added the new people and updated the existing players. Whoever wants to you can just download a copy of it and tailor it and update it how you see fit. I mainly started doing it because I was tired if seeing a 6'1" guy listed at 6'3" and wanted a quick reference for myself. It kind of blossomed from there.

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Thanks all. I started doing it last year so I had a template already. Just added the new people and updated the existing players. Whoever wants to you can just download a copy of it and tailor it and update it how you see fit. I mainly started doing it because I was tired if seeing a 6'1" guy listed at 6'3" and wanted a quick reference for myself. It kind of blossomed from there.

Yeah, it seems depending on where I look...King is 6'3" or 6'1". Which is it? I like nfldraftscout the most for this.

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Yeah, it seems depending on where I look...King is 6'3" or 6'1". Which is it? I like nfldraftscout the most for this.

nfldraftscout.com uses the Combine measurements, so that's where I have gotten them all from. It's an odd looking numbering system they use if you don't know what you are looking at. For example King is listed at 6014. The 60 part is how many feet tall he is, which is 6. The "1" which is the 3rd number is how many whole inches tall on top of the 6 feet he is. This gives us 6'1" so far. The last number is the tricky one: it increases in 1/8th increments. So the 4 on the end of 6014 is actually 4/8th of an inch, or 1/2 an inch condensed. King is actually the height I listed on the spreadsheet of 6' 1 1/2". That's why you see all my measurements end with 1/8, 1/4, 3/8, 1/2, 5/8, 3/4, or 7/8 of an inch.

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Jay Adams said southward is moving to corner

I updated the spreadsheet with the UDFA jersey numbers, and a few veteran number changes I hadn't noticed before. Southward to 22; Shembo to 91; Weems to 14 (never updated last year); Starr to 41.

Jay Adams isn't a member of the coaching staff. All of this stuff is just best guess at the moment, especially on defense. I'm sure even Quinn doesn't know who will end up where after training camp is done; and that's because he's going to try many different people at multiple positions to see where they fit best in this scheme. The tinkering and moving people around might even continue over the course of the season, who knows.

That being said, I imagine at some point during camp Southward will indeed get some time at CB, just to see. But for now I'm focusing less on positions and more on just the raw data and some early (very early) opinions. I think the biggest wildcard for most of us right now is Alford. Not because we don't know if he'll be tried at FS, but because we don't know if Quinn even thinks it's a viable alternative to try him there. True to everything I've said above, the smart money should be on "yes," he'll get some reps at FS just to see. But who knows at this point.

I want to point out one interesting thing about the secondary after looking over this spreadsheet: outside of Willy Moore with 7 years of experience, Charles Godfrey with 6, and Phillip Adams with 5, none of the other 14 players vying for jobs in our secondary have more than 2 years of experience in the NFL. THAT IS A YOUNG SECONDARY! Geez.

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Great job! Will be very useful through camp and preseason. Ive always wanted to poll the boards and see how they saw each player as rated on a 1-10 scale. I have neither the time nor awesome posting skills to pull that off but in the future if it ever happened, you could include that in their so people could better see our strengths and weaknesses.

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