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Michigan didn’t do Paye any favors by rarely having him rush from out wide. Dumb scheme.
That could be and he is young so who really knows how much he will develop. To me, I just feel he is a very linear player who creates those straight lines with power. That isnt is something I try to stay away from with EDGE 3/4 players. Now, if you feel like he can be an Aaron Donald interior player (because that is EXACTLY how Donald wins) I am willing to listen...
 

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Jaycee Horn
Joseph Ossai
Kenneth Gailwell

I like all three guys but replacing pieces you let go does not build your roster, it just makes it younger.
I get your point, but if you’re letting their predecessors go they have to be replaced somewhere. And you could argue that the idea is to not just replace, but upgrade, the positions (remains to be seen if keim can do that - obviously I’m not a fan), which helps improve, if not “build,” the roster.
 

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25: R1 P25 G Alijah Vera-Tucker - USC
49: R2 P17 WR Rashod Bateman - Minnesota
65: R3 P1 RB Michael Carter - North Carolina
79: R3 P15 CB Ifeatu Melifonwu - Syracuse
145: R5 P1 EDGE Elerson Smith - Northern Iowa
160: R5 P16 C Quinn Meinerz - Wisconsin-Whitewater
242: R7 P16 RB Elijah Mitchell - Louisiana
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  • Round 3 Pick 1
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    These are cap hit numbers
    Signed Players:Carlos Hyde - RB ($4,125,000)Emmanuel Sanders - WR ($4,900,000)Mitchell Schwartz - OT ($5,250,000)Shaquill Griffin - CB ($6,650,000)
 

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I keep hearing that Caleb Farley will drop because of his limited tape. I don't necessarily believe it because I have also heard concerns about Surtain. Overall, my take is that I should not be shocked if CBs go a little later than I originally thought they would.
 

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I keep hearing that Caleb Farley will drop because of his limited tape. I don't necessarily believe it because I have also heard concerns about Surtain. Overall, my take is that I should not be shocked if CBs go a little later than I originally thought they would.

If someone is willing to give us a fair compensation (a 3th and 4th)in order to move up at 16, is welcome
We need a further early/middle round picks
I want us to take best lineman in the 20 range
In the second Terrance Marshall and in the third cb and Meinerz
 
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I keep hearing that Caleb Farley will drop because of his limited tape. I don't necessarily believe it because I have also heard concerns about Surtain. Overall, my take is that I should not be shocked if CBs go a little later than I originally thought they would.
I’d be ecstatic if that was the case
 

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I keep hearing that Caleb Farley will drop because of his limited tape. I don't necessarily believe it because I have also heard concerns about Surtain. Overall, my take is that I should not be shocked if CBs go a little later than I originally thought they would.

Fairly looks like a star to me. Sure his tape is limited, but he has legit ball skills.

Surtain worries me more.

I also like Newsome's style. Big time hits.
 

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25: R1 P25 G Alijah Vera-Tucker - USC
49: R2 P17 CB Greg Newsome II - Northwestern
75: R3 P11 RB Michael Carter - North Carolina
79: R3 P15 WR Amari Rodgers - Clemson
115: R4 P10 EDGE Jordan Smith - UAB
145: R5 P1 C Quinn Meinerz - Wisconsin-Whitewater
160: R5 P16 WR Seth Williams - Auburn
242: R7 P16 RB Elijah Mitchell - Louisiana
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  • Round 4 Pick 10
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Ehlinger would be a later round possible Murray back up.

Rondale Moore and Amon-Ra add speed to the receiver room.

I love trading down and adding picks!
 

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Ehlinger would be a later round possible Murray back up.

Rondale Moore and Amon-Ra add speed to the receiver room.

I love trading down and adding picks!
Lol I do too, but the probability of tripling our number of picks has to be absurdly remote.
 

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Ehlinger would be a later round possible Murray back up.

Rondale Moore and Amon-Ra add speed to the receiver room.

I love trading down and adding picks!

ive done the PFF simulator so many times.......... that occasionally, i see "how many total picks can i end up with by trading down"

this might set a record though
 

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