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I don't see it. 

Def not on the actual 53 man. 

He might be good Gabriel insurance on the PS. 

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1 minute ago, erWOR 404 Player Not Found said:

I don't see it. 

Def not on the actual 53 man. 

He might be good Gabriel insurance on the PS. 

I'd love to grab him as a 7th and keep him

Julio Sanu Hardy

Gabriel Roberts Isaiah

Let him compete for return duty.

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2 minutes ago, hjerry said:

We're looking at a few guys in that "Gabriel type" mold.

KR will likely be an open competition again. 

Roberts is insurance, but he is not guaranteed his spot on this roster.

As a Georgia fan I'm biased but watching Isaiah was a true joy seeing him run you always had hope he'd score.

I don't expect him to have a huge role in the offense but I think he'd make an impact at KR/PR. With that said if we got someone else who is still good and makes an impact I'd be happy.

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11 minutes ago, Yo_Lover said:

I'd love to grab him as a 7th and keep him

Julio Sanu Hardy

Gabriel Roberts Isaiah

Let him compete for return duty.

What about fuller? 

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9 minutes ago, hjerry said:

We're looking at a few guys in that "Gabriel type" mold.

KR will likely be an open competition again. 

Roberts is insurance, but he is not guaranteed his spot on this roster.

Maybe a competition but I think Andre Roberts has it to lose

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After McKissic I just don't see it. 

What more can he do? Roberts has a big leg up already. McKissic balled on returns and the team still PSd him. 

I'd say a good *** return earns him PS. He'd have to go lights out on offense to actually make the team and I just don't see it. 

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22 minutes ago, Dirtybird3 said:

Maybe a competition but I think Andre Roberts has it to lose

As the vet with more experience? Sure of course, but he's not locked in by any means.

If they were wholly confident in him at KR, then they wouldn't be looking at so many other KRs.

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17 minutes ago, erWOR 404 Player Not Found said:

After McKissic I just don't see it. 

What more can he do? Roberts has a big leg up already. McKissic balled on returns and the team still PSd him. 

I'd say a good *** return earns him PS. He'd have to go lights out on offense to actually make the team and I just don't see it. 

McKissic's ability shown on KR in PS was greatly exaggerated by this board.

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1 hour ago, hjerry said:

We're looking at a few guys in that "Gabriel type" mold.

KR will likely be an open competition again. 

Roberts is insurance, but he is not guaranteed his spot on this roster.

...as we should be looking.  The likely scenario us Taylor Gabriel will be moving out in 2018 as he will be UFA and a luxury the Falcons won't be able to afford.  Therefore we should be looking for his replacement now - of course we have Andre Roberts but he is not the same.

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I wouldn't mind him as a late draft prospect I think it's always important to bring in talent at each position, and you should always look to draft at skill positions after addressing needs before wants. If there ever was a draft to get steals on offense it would be this year and I say that BC of us brining Stark on, and his familiarity with offensive college prospects. 

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7 hours ago, QuinnTorris said:

He's pretty much Taylor Gabriel 2.0. 

Yes he is!  I'm a big fan of the man!  He's got pure talent!

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8 hours ago, hjerry said:

McKissic's ability shown on KR in PS was greatly exaggerated by this board.

The guy had one kick off return for TD in a preasson game so I agree to point.  Seahawks picked him up but dont think hes still on the team.

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9 hours ago, hjerry said:

As the vet with more experience? Sure of course, but he's not locked in by any means.

If they were wholly confident in him at KR, then they wouldn't be looking at so many other KRs.

You should know quinn does his due diligence. But looking at our wr corp and knowing we aren't changing our system for the oc, he wasn't brought in for his vet experience as a wr. To me he was absolutely signed as our return man

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2 hours ago, Birdy Dird said:

No please. He has bricks for hands. I've seen him do more stupid things on a football field than Eric Weems.

He is such an exciting player, but he is also inconsistent. One game he would be clutch, then the next he would drop everything it seemed. 

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2 hours ago, Dirtybird3 said:

You should know quinn does his due diligence. But looking at our wr corp and knowing we aren't changing our system for the oc, he wasn't brought in for his vet experience as a wr. To me he was absolutely signed as our return man

I never said that he wasn't. I said that he's not locked into a roster spot.

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When it comes to ST, McKenzie is as dangerous as they come. He can break one at any time. Reminds me of Darren Sproles in that regard. My only concern with Isaiah is he does make bad decisions and when he does, they seem to happen in twos. But he is a game-changing type of talent. He's not afraid of the big moment either. I'd definitely take a late rd flier on him if he was available.

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