datchrisb1 Posted November 23, 2015 Share Posted November 23, 2015 (edited) 1. Improve the pass rush along the front 7 period. I would like to use Beasley like Seattle uses Irvin, SLB in base, on passing downs put him at end. I'm one who doesn't necessarily see the upside of bringing Irvin in. Not saying that I out right disagree, I guess I'm just not as excited as most. Would rather have a Vinny Curry for the same price. 2. Improve the speed and athleticism at the linebacker level. 3. At the very least add competition along the O-line. We have some decent guys and they play great as a unit, but competition breeds excellence. I don't see this as such a pressing issue as the D-line but at the very least adding more talent along the interior O-line will go a long way.Let Go:Chris Chester OG, Kroy Biermann DE, Joplo Bartu LB, Adrian Clayborn DE/DT, Paul Worrilow LB, Jake Long OT, Bryce Harris OT, Tony MoeakiRetain:Ryan Schraeder OT, Gino Gradkowski, Philip Wheeler LB, Nathan Stupar LB, Ricardo Allen SCut:Tyson Jackson, Jon Asamoah, Devin HesterFree agent targest:1. Vinny Curry DE2. Kelechi Osemele OG3. Brandon Marshell ILB4. RayRay Armstrong OLB5. Ladarius Green TEDraft (pick 20 - 25)1. Johnathan Allen DT/DE (Alabama)- A pick devoted to affecting the QB. He can play the 3 on obvious passing downs and the 5 in our base and still be able to affect the QB. 2. Carl Nassib DE (Penn State)- We need to affect the QB on defense. Nassib is long, comfortable in space, and can rush the passer. 3. Lloyd Carrington CB/FS (Arizona State)- If you like Demarious Randell, then you will love this guy. Very versatile guy who could add the competition needed at safety and also fill a role at corner and special teams. (Only tape I could find) 4. LeRaven Clark OT (Texas Tech)- As far as athleticism, Clark has all the tools needed. He still needs to develop regarding having a stronger base, and technique namely keeping his shoulders paraellel to the LOS among other things, but he would add great depth and competition to the position. (Vs Emmanuel Ogbah) 7. Dillon Gordon TE (LSU)- He's a legit complete TE. He can run the routes needed for the position and is an immediate improvement to our running game. My personal opinion one of the most underrated players coming out, and a great value here.http://draftbreakdown.com/players/dillon-gordon/ Edited November 23, 2015 by datchrisb1 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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