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    No linebacker yet

    I'm a bit surprised we haven't taken a LB yet, I think we've gotten some solid players thus far, we need a linebacker though. Kind of concerning/

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    Quote Originally Posted by gmenfan0488 View Post
    I'm a bit surprised we haven't taken a LB yet, I think we've gotten some solid players thus far, we need a linebacker though. Kind of concerning/
    I think rd 4 or 5 is gonna be LB

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    The entire draft should be secondary and one LB wherever. No LB can help the suckitude of Corey Webster.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sovereign View Post
    The entire draft should be secondary and one LB wherever. No LB can help the suckitude of Corey Webster.
    Corey Webster played the majority of last season with a broken arm. There are certain injuries that can't be overcome.
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    JR is looking for the next Phillip Dillard or Greg Jones..

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    I don't know....Damontre Moore could very well be used as a OLB in pass rushing situations. He backed up Von Miller in 2010 at that position, and then was very productive as an OLB in 2011. It wasn't until last year that he switched to DE under a new coach.

    At 250lbs, I could definitely see him being used that way in certain packages.
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    Quote Originally Posted by manton View Post
    Corey Webster played the majority of last season with a broken arm. There are certain injuries that can't be overcome.
    Thank you -- YOU SIR are a very astute person and I know for a fact Webster is a lot better than he played last season

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    Quote Originally Posted by NYGAiG88 View Post
    I think rd 4 or 5 is gonna be LB
    oh yay more marginal prospects at LB.

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    In a perfect world, Khaseem Greene might still be around late in the 4th, or maybe JR makes a move up.

    If not, I think Damontre Moore might become a disruptive linebacker, at least situationally.
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    Quote Originally Posted by manton View Post
    Corey Webster played the majority of last season with a broken arm. There are certain injuries that can't be overcome.
    lolwhat? He had a broken hand which was not deemed a significant injury. Which happened after the Panthers game. Webster still got torched by the Cowboys and by Steve Smith so no, it's not the injury. He's losing speed and he's playing in a system that caters to his weaknesses.

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