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  • Re: A look at the 2012 NFL draft

    This isn't really draft related per say, but i seen the Panthers Signed Mike Tolbert, and i wonder if Johnathan Stewart would be available via Trade? I'd be willing to trade a4th rd pick for him, if they'd be willing to do that? I don't know what Stewart is making money wise, but i wonder if they will be trading one of Johnathan Stewart or Deangelo Williams? I'd prefer Stewart, as he seems to have a good head on his shoulders, and hes got some real power, and picked it up as a reciever this past season, catching 47 balls... Stewart and Bradshaw would make a good duo, albeit, scary durable wise...

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      [quote user="nycsportzfan"] This isn't really draft related per say, but i seen the Panthers Signed Mike Tolbert, and i wonder if Johnathan Stewart would be available via Trade? I'd be willing to trade a4th rd pick for him, if they'd be willing to do that? I don't know what Stewart is making money wise, but i wonder if they will be trading one of Johnathan Stewart or Deangelo Williams? I'd prefer Stewart, as he seems to have a good head on his shoulders, and hes got some real power, and picked it up as a reciever this past season, catching 47 balls... Stewart and Bradshaw would make a good duo, albeit, scary durable wise...[/quote]
      I think the Panthers plan on using Tolbert at fullback....as for Stewart, this from the Charlotte Observer:

      "Multiple team sources" tell the Charlotte Observer
      that Jonathan Stewart is "unlikely" to be traded despite the Panthers'
      addition of Mike Tolbert.
      The Panthers will
      face a tough decision when Stewart enters 2013 free agency, but for now
      they're poised to keep him along with DeAngelo Williams and Tolbert.
      Tolbert will likely shoulder some of the load on passing downs, and
      cover kicks on special teams. Stewart and Williams will be the primary
      backs. The Panthers could consider cutting Williams and re-signing
      Stewart next offseason, although releasing DeAngelo would cause a
      roughly $5 million cap hit in 2013.

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      • Re: A look at the 2012 NFL draft

        So Marc Ross personally attended Brian Quick's and Chris Given's pro days

        Love Givens.. would be a pretty good deep threat on this team

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          [quote user="Neverend"]So Marc Ross personally attended Brian Quick's and Chris Given's pro days Love Givens.. would be a pretty good deep threat on this team[/quote] I'm actually a big Brian Quick guy myself.. He gives us size at the positon, and has really strong hands, and can break tackles with his strength.. I think his skills would really work well with what we got at the positon all ready...

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          • Re: A look at the 2012 NFL draft

            [quote user="nycsportzfan"]* This isn't really draft related per say, but i seen the Panthers Signed Mike Tolbert, and i wonder if* Johnathan Stewart would be available via Trade? I'd be willing to trade a*4th rd pick for him, if they'd be willing to do that?* I don't know what Stewart is making money wise, but i* wonder if they will be trading one of Johnathan Stewart or Deangelo Williams?* I'd prefer Stewart, as he seems to have a good head on his shoulders, and hes got some real power, and picked it up as a reciever this past season, catching 47 balls...* Stewart and Bradshaw would make a good duo, albeit, scary durable wise...[/quote]No way would I trade for Deangelo Williams ridiculous contract

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            • Re: A look at the 2012 NFL draft

              McNeese State pro day: 9 #NFL teams in attendance #Colts #Eagles #Giants #Packers #Rams #Saints #Seahawks #Texans moved indoors due to rain.

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              • Re: A look at the 2012 NFL draft

                Sanu is meeting with the NY Giants

                "Right now I have the Bengals and I think I have the Giants. I have a couple set up. We'll set up more after my Pro Day. It is exciting and a great process, and I'm just happy to be a part of it."

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                  [quote user="nycsportzfan"][quote user="Neverend"]So Marc Ross personally attended Brian Quick's and Chris Given's pro days Love Givens.. would be a pretty good deep threat on this team[/quote]** I'm actually a big Brian Quick guy myself.. He gives us size at the positon, and has really strong hands, and can break tackles with his strength..* I think his skills would really work well with what we got at the positon all ready...[/quote] I really like quick as well he's a Brandon Marshall like player without the baggage

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                    Yeah the problem with Quick though is he's a raw route runner and he might struggle with the playbook and adjusting to this system

                    Because of it, his rookie year might be a redshirt year. Otherwise I have no problem with him and he has great upside, the type of player the giants really love

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                      [quote user="Redeyejedi"]Sanu is meeting with the NY Giants "Right now I have the Bengals and I think I have the Giants. I have a couple set up. We'll set up more after my Pro Day. It is exciting and a great process, and I'm just happy to be a part of it."[/quote] Ya, sanu makes sense for us, even though, i'm a tad higher on Juron Criner... I think Sanu's skills would fit in nicely with Nicks and Cruz and Jerrnigan...

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                        [quote user="Neverend"]Yeah the problem with Quick though is he's a raw route runner and he might struggle with the playbook and adjusting to this system Because of it, his rookie year might be a redshirt year. Otherwise I have no problem with him and he has great upside, the type of player the giants really love[/quote] Ya, but we got jerrnigan with a yr under his belt all ready, and if he don't work out, we got Hixon signed, and Barden on his last strike, so we should be able to give Quick a yr to learn, while playing a bit here and there... I read hes a real good kid with no off field problems at all, which is a plus... Hes got tremendous upside..




                        I like this Quote from the kid... " I'll just be happy to be drafted, i don't care where.. Being picked is only the first step... I don't care about the money, the money dosen't matter to me"... I got this off NFLDRAFTSCOUT... u cant copy and paste from there..




                        I just get teh feeling this kid really likes playing football, and obviously has all the physical tools, and those kids are fun to watch...

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                        • Re: A look at the 2012 NFL draft

                          Just saw on Twitter that Fleener ran a 4.45 at his pr day

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                          • Re: A look at the 2012 NFL draft

                            Reuben Randle ran a 4.33-4.36 at the pro day depending on Scout. I think he could be in play at 32. has excellent size and speed. Giants need a another outside receiver .Plus he retweets my videos.

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                            • Re: A look at the 2012 NFL draft

                              Is that TE's coach Mike Pope standing out there on the field at Stanford's Pro Day?

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                                [quote user="heavyhitter"]Is that TE's coach Mike Pope standing out there on the field at Stanford's Pro Day?
                                [/quote]Where are u seeing that?

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