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Discussion in 'NFL Draft' started by smili, Jun 23, 2006.
That's true, but he's also 8th in line as a LB. Hopefully one of those guys can play special teams.
Don't forget we drafted Spencer Toone at LB as well. Apparently the FO didn't have alot of confidence in the guys we already had although I think both our 7th rounders might just be training camp fodder.
"Linebacker Ahmad Brooks, dismissed from the University of Virginia football team in late March, has raised his stock for Thursday's supplemental draft by losing 32 pounds and increasing workouts. In 10 weeks, Brooks went on a diet to drop from 292 to 260 pounds. Then, in the past two weeks, Brooks worked out four hours a day at Hargrave Military Academy in Virginia. Once projected as a possible first-round pick in the regular draft, Brooks is hopeful he'll go in the first three rounds of the supplemental draft."
Sounds almost enticing don't it.
a 292 lb linebacker?
I'm telling you, this guy is a train wreck waiting to happen. Let the Bengals, Dolphins or the Jags have him. If we do bid for him and he turns out to be a turd, how many posters will be complaining like the Henry trade or Pac as a first pick. Be careful what you ask for.
Yeah, the _short_ draft writeup I saw written about Toone had him appraised at best a career special teamer. We already have those.
I wasn't really asking for him and I did say "almost" enticing after all. I of course still want to see us pick up Old Man Seau. That or complete the Lelie - Kinney - Donnie Edwards three way trade everyones been talking about.
i dont know anyone that we would be able to pick up in the supplemental draft, so i will just agree with everyone
I change my stance. I agree with GhostZ.
Didn't they say Nande would play mostly ST?