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    Oklahoma Pro Day, did we attend?

    Just wondering if there is a list some place of what Pro days we attended. In particular I wonder about Oklahoma. They had theirs on March 9th and have two RBs that both look really good. Mixon had his off the field issue 3 years ago but has seemed to move past it and killed the pro day work outs. Perine put up a ridiculous 30 reps and did great as well in the position drills.
    LT (132.5) -> Strahan (141.5) -> Osi (65) -> Tuck (60.5) -> JPP (50) -> ???
    "Next man up"

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    all i could find is that all 32 teams were represented at Oklahoma's pro day

    http://www.nfl.com/news/story/0ap300...just-joe-mixon

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    found Marc Ross clocking Mixon's 40...look at the Giants jacket

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    I like both of them as RBs. Perine reminds me of Lacy when he was lighter. By lighter I mean about 235. Perine has great balance too. Mixon is probably more a Adrian Peterson type. More of a Ezekiel Elliot mold. I don't think you can go wrong on the field with either one. That Mixon video though will haunt the team who drafts them quite a bit.
    1-OT Ryan Ramczyk
    2-TE Adam Shaheen
    3-DE Demarcus Walker
    4-RB Samaje Perine
    5-QB Joshua Dobbs
    6-CB Marquez White
    7-LB Ben Boulware

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    Thanks guys. I would love to get either one of these RBs on this team. I wonder how far Mixon will fall.
    LT (132.5) -> Strahan (141.5) -> Osi (65) -> Tuck (60.5) -> JPP (50) -> ???
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    if we draft mixon i will seriously question my fandom

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    Quote Originally Posted by jintsrool View Post
    if we draft mixon i will seriously question my fandom
    this happened 3 years ago,,he was a kid and paid his dues,,,no other transgressions to speak of. this is not a ray rice scenario. but hey,,,the eagles could always use another fan.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JameyC View Post
    this happened 3 years ago,,he was a kid and paid his dues,,,no other transgressions to speak of. this is not a ray rice scenario. but hey,,,the eagles could always use another fan.
    the excuse that he was a "kid" cracks me up every time. 17-18 is not a kid anymore. You should know right from wrong at 17-18.

    I agree that he deserves a 2nd chance and deserves to play in the NFL. It's good to see that he hasn't had any incidents since (as far as I know). But stop with the excuses

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    Quote Originally Posted by BleedBlue15 View Post
    the excuse that he was a "kid" cracks me up every time. 17-18 is not a kid anymore. You should know right from wrong at 17-18.

    I agree that he deserves a 2nd chance and deserves to play in the NFL. It's good to see that he hasn't had any incidents since (as far as I know). But stop with the excuses
    Please! I made stupid emotional mistakes when I was in my 20's... Teenagers are still immature... especially when it comes down to controlling emotions and thinking of consequences..

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    Quote Originally Posted by BleedBlue15 View Post
    the excuse that he was a "kid" cracks me up every time. 17-18 is not a kid anymore. You should know right from wrong at 17-18.

    I agree that he deserves a 2nd chance and deserves to play in the NFL. It's good to see that he hasn't had any incidents since (as far as I know). But stop with the excuses
    it "cracks" me up that people are so judgemental,,,are you even aware of the entire situation? 17 -18 is a kid still,,,,and many kids have made mistakes only to correct them and be better people for it.

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