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Our Temporary Final 53


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Current roster at 52. One spot still open.

Offense = 23

QB Matt Ryan
QB Sean Renfree

FB Patrick DiMarco

RB Tevin Coleman
RB Devonta Freeman
RB Terron Ward

WR Julio Jones
WR Leonard Hankerson
WR Roddy White
WR Justin Hardy
WR Devin Hester
WR Eric Weems

WR Nick Williams

TE Jacob Tamme
TE Levine Toilolo

OT Jake Matthews
OT Ryan Schraeder
OT Tyler Polumbus

OG Andy Levitre
OG Chris Chester

OC Joe Hawley
OG/C James Stone

OC/OG Mike Person

Defense = 26

DL Tyson Jackson
DL Paul Soliai
DL Ra’Shede Hageman
DL Adrian Clayborn
DL Jonathan Babineaux
DL Grady Jarrett
DL Malliciah Goodman

LEO/SLB Vic Beasley Jr.
LEO/SLB Brooks Reed
LEO/SLB O’Brien Schofield
LEO/SLB Kroy Biermann

ILB Justin Durant
ILB Paul Worrilow
ILB Joplo Bartu
ILB Allen Bradford
ILB Nate Stupar

CB Desmond Trufant
CB Robert Alford
CB Jalen Collins
CD Dezmen Southward
CB/FS Phillip Adams

FS Ricardo Allen

FS Robenson Therezie
SS/FS Kemal Ishmael

SS/FS Charles Godfrey
SS William Moore

Specialists = 3

K Matt Bryant
P Matt Bosher
LS Josh Harris

This will most likely NOT be what our roster looks like for the Eagles game in week 1. We will most likely still by looking at the waiver wire for another OT, another TE, and another SLB/LEO. The players we could sacrifice for one of those additions would most likely be a WR such as Weems or Williams and/or a DB such as Godfrey or Therezie.

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I'm surprised we didn't put Reed on the short term IR, but maybe they are saving it in case something happens during the season.

Hometownfan said (in answer to me)

I think the IR DTR rule says that the player can't practice with the team for 6 weeks and can't play for 8 weeks. AND, it's only good for one player per year per team. On the one hand, they think that even if the groin rehab takes the full 6 weeks, at least he won't be out 8 weeks that the IR DTR designation would have cost, and if he had his surgery on 02 Sept as reported by the press, 6 weeks means he could be back for the Skins or maybe the NO game and not have to wait till Tampa. On the other hand, they have saved the DTR designation for a player who has a more serious injury.

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Hometownfan said (in answer to me)

I think the IR DTR rule says that the player can't practice with the team for 6 weeks and can't play for 8 weeks. AND, it's only good for one player per year per team. On the one hand, they think that even if the groin rehab takes the full 6 weeks, at least he won't be out 8 weeks that the IR DTR designation would have cost, and if he had his surgery on 02 Sept as reported by the press, 6 weeks means he could be back for the Skins or maybe the NO game and not have to wait till Tampa. On the other hand, they have saved the DTR designation for a player who has a more serious injury.

Correct. And to me it's a good sign that Reed wasn't put on IR. Perhaps it means his recovery might not actually be as long as the projected 6 weeks after all.

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I just saw where the Vikings cut OL David Yankey. I remember a lot of folks on here wanted him in the draft. Would he be a fit in the ZBS? Another guy that I just saw cut was Derek Sherrod.

No way. He's a better fit in a power scheme. Very stiff, doesn't have very good athleticism.

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I hate Dled as much as anyone but that's just looking for a reason to criticize him. If the Falcons didn't specify yet, how would he know? He has to get the information somehow.

he gets paid to cover the Atlanta Falcons. And the Falcons had to specify once they put him on the PUP. They had to either put him on the season ending IR or the 6 week IR. He has access to the information. It takes all of 5 seconds to ask "Is Jon eligible to come off IR in 6 weeks or is it season ending?" If Atlanta didn't give him the info I'm sure he would have said it
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Nope. Not buying it. Maponga should've made the team.

I don't really give a flip if you're not buying it. The only guy whose opinion matters said Goodman should have made the team over Maponga. You don't know more than the guy who evaluated these players every single day and has access to a boatload more information than you. You crybabies that don't understand how the head coach could possibly do something you disagree with act like a bunch of sandy-vag 5 year olds that had your ball taken away. Get over your butthurt and realize there is probably a reason for the moves that were made - and I can guarantee you it's not because they just don't get it and you can help them fix their mistake...

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