Senior Bowl Practices

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  1. maximus

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    I really doubt he goes there, Frye is their guy. Frye was descent in his starts as a rookie(he was tons better than Alex Smith)
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  4. GLinks

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    I think the Browns believe in Frye. Frye to Edwards is their future.
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  5. Fry

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    he wont make it out of the first round
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  6. GLinks

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    Thanks for the update, Jeff.
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  7. DeutschTitan

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    I'm curious who the Titans scouts were courting/interested in on both squads.
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  8. Fry

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    "Virginia Tech's Darryl Tapp had a lot of trouble going up against Daryn Colledge while Tamba Hali was singled out by coaches numerous times and given instructions and advice."

    i can hear washburn from here.
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  9. watching it on ESPN, Mangold is lookin great out there so far
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  10. TANK CALICO

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    I have watched the past 2 days of practice and currently watching todays north practice and tha five players that have stood out to me so far are:


    1. The Brick OT Virginia - The guy has dominated. He looks like he has telephone poles for arms. Has made Mathias Kiwanua look silly at times.

    2. Tye Hill CB Clemson - Has speed to burn. Can cover like a blanket. Made a nice one handed INT in Mondays practice and just watched him make another on Cutler today. Great week so far

    3. Broderick Bunkley DT Florida St.- Looks to to be very agile for a man his size. Stuffs the run. Rushes the passer well from the DT position

    4. D. Williams RB Memphis - Looks like he has proved to be a quality back as projected. Has shed some weight and added some extra burst. Showed good vision.

    5. D. Ryans LB Auburn - Has practiced wel in all drills that i have witnessed. Seems to be making plays all over.


    Two players that have not practiced well as of yet are:

    1. D. Hagans WR Arizona St. - Dont know that the guy has caught a ball yet. I think he has hurt hias stock so far.

    2. J. Avant WR Michigan - Has not practiced well. Has not shown any flashes of brilliance that was evident at Michigan. I say that and just a moment ago he makes a very nice diving catch in the endzone. He will need to show a little more of that.


    These are just my personal views of this weeks practices. For all Cutler fans out there, he has a cannon for a arn but i question his sights. I dont really think he has stood out enough to be a top ten pick.
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