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Dolphins in fine cap shape (still)

The Dolphins are doing just fine with their cap space, according to the NFL Players Association numbers below released at 8 a.m. today.

The club has over $7.4 million in cap space and if you recall that after June 1 the club picks up another $10 million in space based ont he deferred cuts of Karlos Dansby and Kevin Burnett, there will be plenty of room to sign the draft picks, add a practice squad, do any acorn shopping general manager Jeff Ireland wants to do, and still have a bit of an emergency fund for the season.

By the way, Charles Woodson is still out there. He's eager to sign with a team. Yes, he's 37 years old, but he can still play. The Dolphins, as I have reported, had moderate interest in him a couple of months ago.

He could be a solid experienced leader of a young defensive backfield for one year.

Before that happens, however, the Dolphins could easily sign their later-round draft picks like other teams are doing. What are they waiting for? It's not rocket science.

Year: 2013
Unadjusted Team Cap: $123,000,000.00
Team Current Contracts Previous Year Carryover Team Cap Cap Room
TOTAL   $201,072,624 $3,847,156,659 $272,948,724
AVERAGE/TEAM   $6,283,519 $120,223,645 $8,529,647
Arizona Cardinals 51 $3,600,110 $117,885,354 $8,574,061
Atlanta Falcons 51 $307,540 $120,599,192 $2,183,108
Baltimore Ravens 47 $1,182,377 $121,183,138 $1,695,293
Buffalo Bills 50 $9,817,628     $120,106,345 $12,568,073
Carolina Panthers 51 $3,654,825 $120,952,393 $5,279,988
Chicago Bears 51 $3,236,965 $125,911,395 $2,997,860
Cincinnati Bengals 51 $8,579,575 $113,002,062 $20,924,869
Cleveland Browns 51 $14,339,575 $105,865,153 $31,243,312
Dallas Cowboys 51 $2,335,379 $115,101,151 $4,394,005
Denver Broncos 50 $11,537,924 $132,218,197 $7,542,794
Detroit Lions 51 $466,992 $115,059,436 $6,427,581
Green Bay Packers 50 $7,010,832 $117,287,966 $13,533,765
Houston Texans 51 $2,422,689 $121,663,466 $3,383,260
Indianapolis Colts 51 $3,500,000 $115,930,752 $8,479,522
Jacksonville Jaguars 51 $19,563,231 $118,067,692 $26,991,424
Kansas City Chiefs 51 $14,079,650 $132,674,660 $4,391,955
Miami Dolphins 51 $5,380,246 $120,800,655 $7,422,672
Minnesota Vikings 51 $8,004,734 $122,365,453 $7,427,761
New England Patriots 51 $5,607,914 $120,496,903 $8,655,441
New Orleans Saints 51 $2,700,000 $121,518,590 $3,100,647
New York Giants 50 $1,000,000 $119,659,326 $3,927,958
New York Jets 51 $3,400,000 $114,734,266 $11,794,471
Oakland Raiders 51 $4,504,761 $123,996,721 $2,686,320
Philadelphia Eagles 51 $23,046,035 $123,015,863 $23,294,806
Pittsburgh Steelers 51 $758,811 $124,127,046 $295,765
San Diego Chargers 51 $995,893 $117,440,718 $5,573,130
San Francisco 49ers 51 $859,734 $124,304,326 $1,468,993
Seattle Seahawks 51 $13,265,802 $132,006,117 $4,698,008
St. Louis Rams 51 $247,347 $118,408,968 $3,757,369
Tampa Bay Buccaneers 51 $8,527,866 $114,932,119 $19,285,603
Tennessee Titans 51 $12,867,893 $128,188,789 $7,019,124
Washington Redskins 51 $4,270,296 $107,652,447 $1,929,786

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Shula,


What is really surprising is Ross allowing Ireland to rebuild the garbage team he built in the 1st place. It makes no sense. Ireland has never in his life drafted a good playmaker. Is Ross in a coma?

You Guys Are Trying To Bring Up A Non-Issue.

Charles Woodson.

37 Year Old
2 Broken Collar Bones, His Last 2 Seasons. (What Is Going To Happen Next Time He Tries And Tackles Someone)

J. Taylor Was 34 When He Left To Play For Washington. J. Taylor Was Never Seriously Hurt.

30 Years Old Is Old In The NFL. 37 Is Ancient.

C. Woodson Would Make More Money On His Pension Than Playing This Year.

Hi Dashi!

J. Taylor Was 34 When He Left To Play For Washington.
Posted by: Dashi | May 11, 2013 at 12:35 PM


Huh? You constantly spew misinformation. Do some homework before you spew your continued nonsense on here!! Taylor never played for Washington IDIOT! Duuuhhh!! Or tell us again how Ross did a stadium renovation in Miami 7 years ago. MORON!! Duuuhhh!! ZERO CREDIBILITY FOR YOU IDIOT!!

95% of everything Dashi says is wrong. LMFAO!!!!!!!!

BARK,NOW WHO'S LOSING CREDIBILITY? TAYLOR WAS TRADED BY PARCELLS TO WASHINGTON

Posted by: Randy S. | May 10, 2013 at 05:53 PM

This entire post is based on nothing factual. In fact it is completely false. Why do people insist on blogging nonsense?

Go to spotrac.com. The 14 season doesn't include those players contracts(Starks, Solia, Patterson, Grimes, Keller, etc.) Nothing comes off the books because they aren't even counted!

We are NOWHERE near 40 million under that this lunatic claims. Around $17 with a ton more starting player FA's(Starks, Soliai, Grimes, Keller, Louis, Jerry Incognito, Clemmons, Misi, etc.)

Please educate yourself before you try to mislead the already ignorant bloggers here. Or try to remember Miami paid out 3 MEGA contracts (Wheeler, Ellerbe & Wallace) with Minimal cap hits this year with the biggest hits coming in the 14 & 15 seasons.

Whatever cap numbers we lose we already absorbed & then some! Ignrance is bliss!

Oh, and hartlines contract too balloons in 14 & 15.

ALL BS TO THE SIDE, AT LEAST ROSS KEEPS THE GAMES ON TV.

WITH OUR TICKET SALES, GAMES SHOULD BE BLACKED OUT EVERY WEEK.

BUT, SOUTH FLORIDA IS FILLED WITH SPORTS BARS and SOMETIMES YOU RATHER

WATCH IN THE "COMFORT" (free drinks, food, smoke) OF YOUR OWN HOME.

WINNING SHOULD PACK STADIUM THOUGH.


Joel Auerbach/Getty Images
Richie Incognito was a Pro Bowler in 2012, but he also has one of Miami's highest salary-cap numbers in 2013.

In Round 3 of the 2013 NFL draft, Miami selected Tennessee offensive tackle Dallas Thomas. Shortly after, the Dolphins signed Tyson Clabo, formerly of the Atlanta Falcons, jeopardizing Incognito's hold on a roster spot.

Clabo is expected to be Miami's right tackle while 2012 second-rounder Jonathan Martin will serve as the team's left tackle. This means that Thomas will be allowed to compete for the left guard position with Incognito. Because of his 2013 salary, Incognito will have to decisively outplay Thomas in the preseason.

Further complicating matters will be newly acquired Lance Louis, who is returning from a torn ACL suffered during last season's Week 12. Once healthy, Louis is expected to start at right guard, and John Jerry will provide additional depth at the guard position for the Dolphins.

Miami Dolphins: Veterans Who Have Been Put on Notice This Offseason

Jeff Ireland has been like the CEO of a top-heavy corporation, chopping heads for the Miami Dolphins.

Karlos Dansby made 134 combined tackles last year as Miami's inside linebacker but was cut as soon as Dannell Ellerbe was inked to a deal by the Dolphins. Despite his solid play, Dansby was expendable because of his age (31) and his high salary-cap number. Miami saved $6.25 million in 2013 and $9.25 million in 2014 by releasing Dansby.

Kevin Burnett, another productive Dolphins linebacker, was shown the door when Miami signed Philip Wheeler. Again, Burnett's age (30) and his high price tag were the deciding factors. The Dolphins saved $4.45 million in 2013 and $5.75 million in 2014 by letting Burnett go.

For the most part, the Dolphins are getting younger and cheaper, allowing for the signing of star players such as Mike Wallace.

After the 2013 NFL draft, a few more Miami Dolphins have been put on notice.

Richard Marshall
Thomas B. Shea/Getty Images In 2012, the Dolphins signed Richard Marshall for three years, $16 million with $6 million guaranteed. So far, Miami has only received four games, 17 tackles and one interception from Marshall.
Enter Jamar Taylor and Will Davis, two rookies who may shove Marshall out of the picture. While Taylor is expected to start opposite newly acquired Brent Grimes, Davis may take Marshall's place as the slot corner.
If Davis, one of Miami's 2013 third-rounders, learns Kevin Coyle's defense quickly, then Marshall is in serious trouble.
Miami will save $4.6 million in 2013 and $5.35 million in 2014 if Marshall is cut.

Dimitri Patterson
Joel Auerbach/Getty Images With the addition of Brent Grimes, Jamar Taylor and Will Davis, Dimitri Patterson is strapped to the chopping block.
Patterson's salary situation puts him at a huge disadvantage. Acquired after being released by the Cleveland Browns last year, Patterson will not be owed a cent of his $4.6 million salary if he is not on the team for Miami's regular-season kickoff.
Jeff Ireland will allow Patterson to compete, and only a miraculous training camp can save him. Patterson's main competition will be Grimes and Taylor. Even if he shines during his preseason challenge, Patterson will almost certainly have to restructure his contract to remain a Dolphin.

Richie Incognito
Joel Auerbach/Getty Images Richie Incognito was a Pro Bowler in 2012, but he also has one of Miami's highest salary-cap numbers in 2013.
In Round 3 of the 2013 NFL draft, Miami selected Tennessee offensive tackle Dallas Thomas. Shortly after, the Dolphins signed Tyson Clabo, formerly of the Atlanta Falcons, jeopardizing Incognito's hold on a roster spot.
Clabo is expected to be Miami's right tackle while 2012 second-rounder Jonathan Martin will serve as the team's left tackle. This means that Thomas will be allowed to compete for the left guard position with Incognito. Because of his 2013 salary, Incognito will have to decisively outplay Thomas in the preseason.
Further complicating matters will be newly acquired Lance Louis, who is returning from a torn ACL suffered during last season's Week 12. Once healthy, Louis is expected to start at right guard, and John Jerry will provide additional depth at the guard position for the Dolphins.
The Dolphins will save $4.3 million in 2013 by cutting Incognito.

Dan Carpenter

Dan Carpenter appears to be the most obvious casualty-to-be in Miami. The Dolphins drafted 2012's best collegiate kicker, Caleb Sturgis, in the fifth round of the 2013 NFL draft.
As kickers are rarely drafted, Miami's kicking job is Sturgis' to lose.

Carpenter was less than stellar last year, making 22 of 27 field-goal attempts and the Dolphins will save $2.7 million by releasing him.


Richard Marshall

In 2012, the Dolphins signed Richard Marshall for three years, $16 million with $6 million guaranteed. So far, Miami has only received four games, 17 tackles and one interception from Marshall.

Enter Jamar Taylor and Will Davis, two rookies who may shove Marshall out of the picture. While Taylor is expected to start opposite newly acquired Brent Grimes, Davis may take Marshall's place as the slot corner.

If Davis, one of Miami's 2013 third-rounders, learns Kevin Coyle's defense quickly, then Marshall is in serious trouble.

Miami will save $4.6 million in 2013 and $5.35 million in 2014 if Marshall is cut.

Dimitri Patterson

With the addition of Brent Grimes, Jamar Taylor and Will Davis, Dimitri Patterson is strapped to the chopping block.

Patterson's salary situation puts him at a huge disadvantage. Acquired after being released by the Cleveland Browns last year, Patterson will not be owed a cent of his $4.6 million salary if he is not on the team for Miami's regular-season kickoff.

Jeff Ireland will allow Patterson to compete, and only a miraculous training camp can save him. Patterson's main competition will be Grimes and Taylor. Even if he shines during his preseason challenge, Patterson will almost certainly have to restructure his contract to remain a Dolphin.

Richie Incognito

Richie Incognito was a Pro Bowler in 2012, but he also has one of Miami's highest salary-cap numbers in 2013.

In Round 3 of the 2013 NFL draft, Miami selected Tennessee offensive tackle Dallas Thomas. Shortly after, the Dolphins signed Tyson Clabo, formerly of the Atlanta Falcons, jeopardizing Incognito's hold on a roster spot.

Clabo is expected to be Miami's right tackle while 2012 second-rounder Jonathan Martin will serve as the team's left tackle. This means that Thomas will be allowed to compete for the left guard position with Incognito. Because of his 2013 salary, Incognito will have to decisively outplay Thomas in the preseason.

Further complicating matters will be newly acquired Lance Louis, who is returning from a torn ACL suffered during last season's Week 12. Once healthy, Louis is expected to start at right guard, and John Jerry will provide additional depth at the guard position for the Dolphins.

The Dolphins will save $4.3 million in 2013 by cutting Incognito.

Dan Carpenter

Dan Carpenter appears to be the most obvious casualty-to-be in Miami. The Dolphins drafted 2012's best collegiate kicker, Caleb Sturgis, in the fifth round of the 2013 NFL draft.

As kickers are rarely drafted, Miami's kicking job is Sturgis' to lose.

Carpenter was less than stellar last year, making 22 of 27 field-goal attempts and the Dolphins will save $2.7 million by releasing him.

Per: Bleacher Report

YesterDick, please that another 16 times.

Please stop polluting this blog with those ridiculously long cut and paste jobs.

You can simply give a brief synopsis or provide a link.

You have become quite tedious, actually. Do you have ANY life aside from posting here?

Posted by: Enough Already | May 11, 2013 at 01:53 PM


ASK YO MOMMA?

Can you imagine how pasty-skinned and obese YG must be? I'll bet he just sits around in smelly, stained pajamas eating Cheetos all day.

The guy is ALWAYS on here. I don't know if it's more creepy or sad!

http://m.pfref.com/m?p=XXplayersXXTXXTaylJa03.htm&t=1

J. Taylor Was 34 In 2008 When The Fins Traded Him For A 2nd Round Pick To The Redskins.

And Before You Go On Insinuating The Previous Post Were Dashi. Dashi Only Posted Once Today.

They Are Just Tired Of Your Ignorant BS.

And You Are Going To Need More Than The Usual Stuff You Regurgitate About Dashi. To Make Me Answer Your Idiotic Post.

Just Had To Answer That Ridiculous Statement With Some Truth.

And On The Ross Renovation. Dashi and Others Already Stated. Huizinga Added It To The Cost That Ross Paid To Buy Everything. Reason The Fins Cost $1.1Bil To Buy.

But Please Repeat How The County Paid For Those Renovations.

Dashi,

It was Huzienga not Ross that did the renovation.

Please Tell Us How M. Gillislee Will Be The Starter.

And How YPG Are More Important Than YPC.

Ignorance Is Bliss. And You Must Be The Most Blissful Person Here.

Hi Dashi! SMOOCH!!

YG NO ONE READS THOSE LONG POSTS JUST SO YOU KNOW

And Ross Paid For It When He Bought The Fins.

The Clown Said the Public Paid For The Renovations.

Dashi Was Wrong With Ross Paying For it. But The Owner Of The Dolphins Paid For The Upgrades. Not The Public.

Same Difference To Dashi.

Ross Ended Up Paying For It Because W. H. Added It To The Value Of The Team.

I Know Dashi Is The Most Hated Man In Blog Entertainment. So Discrediting Dashi Is An Obsession To Some.

Dashi with more misinformation about Ross paying for the renovation. GEEZ

DashIdiot still doesn't realize how many different posters attack him because, well, he's a DashIdiot. He thinks it is only one person when it is many many and more.

When The Word Some Equals One.

You Will Be Right.

Dashi Knows He Has A Following.

Dashi Sees How When He Is Not Here He Is Still Getting Trolled.

Notice How I Rarely Show You Guys Any Respect By Never Addressing You By Name.

Yet, You Incestuously Want To Make Fun Of Mine.

The most disturbing thing sbout Dashi is his third person narrative. Dashi thinks...Dashi Says... Maybe he would rather to pretend to be someone else because nobody would play with the real Dashi in school.

Just don't get it or find it to be amusing in the least!

Maybe he would rather to pretend to be someone else because nobody would play with the real Dashi in school.


Posted by: tvegas897 | May 11, 2013 at 03:37 PM


Obviously that is it. Who knows why exactly, but one day he will figure it out, when he finds a way to like himself better than his imaginary friend.

Until then he will continue to copy those few dumb ghetto athletes so full of themselves that they talk in the third person.

Dashi,

You have a very serious comprehensional block oing on upstairs. I never said Gillislee would be the starter. I said that I would not be surprised if he becane starter. MUGE difference.

I wouldnt be surprised if I won the Powerball Jackpot. Until it happens there's noyhimg else too it. Is this plain enough for you dashtard?

So Dooshy, let me get this straight ....in regard to the renovations at Sun Life stadium.

If I paint my house.

And you buy my house 7 years later

You are claiming that YOU bought the paint??

ROTFLMFAO!!!!!!!!

Everybody makes fun of Dashi because she is so stupid. LOL

I saw Dashi at the Rookie Mini Camp.
She was wearing a yellow sun dress.

YG,

You Are Back Tracking.

You Said Gillislee Is More Talented Than L. Miller.

Dashi SMOOCH GIRL!

I Know Dashe Is The Most Hated Woman In Blog Entertainment. So Discrediting Dashe Is An Obsession To Some.

Posted by: Dashe | May 11, 2013 at 03:12 PM

Hated no. We just find you utterly annoying, naive and just plain dumbShe.

If You Paint It? No.

But When You Add Sq. Ft. , You Add Value.

If You Had A House You Would Know That.

Huizinga Didn't Paint Sun Life. He Added Sq. Ft.

OK, That Is Enough For Dashi.

I Shall Leave You Buttfuck FagFaces To Have At It.

WITH ADDITION OF DION JORDAN PAUL SOLIAI WILL HAVE A HUGE YEAR.

Dooshy, you cant even spell Waynes last name. IDIOT!

Wait...I thought Dashi is actor who played the arab on Rambo III?

IF MOST OF THESE OFF SEASON MOVES PAN OUT THE FINS HAVE CLOSED THE GAP ON THE PATRIOTS ! ON OFFENSE THE PATRIOTS NOW HAVE TO WORRY ABOUT A BONA FIDE DEEP THREAT FROM THE DOLPHINS SINCE DUPER! THE PATS SECONDARY IS GARBAGE AND THE HAVE LOST THERE BEST SAFETY. THERE LINEBACKERS NOW HAVE TO WORRY ABOUT A TE WHO KNOWS THIS DIVISION AND WHEN HEALTHY HAS ALWAYS GIVEN THEM "FITS" NO MORE STACKING THE BOX AND DOUBLING THE RECEIVERS WITH HELP OVER THE TOP. NOW IF LAMAR MILLER CAN AVG. ABOUT 80 YDS IN THE TWO GAMES THE FINS WILL WIN ONE MAYBE BOTH. ON DEFENSE FINS NO LONGER HAVE TO CONTEND WITH WELKER THAT REALLY HELPS AND BOTH GRONK AND HERNANDEZ IS HURTING AND COULD BE WORN DOWN BY THE TIME WE FACE THEM. IF JORDAN PROVIDES US THE PASS RUSH WE NEED THE PATS WILL HAVE A HARD TIME CONTAINING OUR FRONT 4 AND THIS WILL MAKE ANY DECENT CB LOOK BETTER BECAUSE BRADY CAN'T HOLD THE BALL OR STAND UP ALL DAY. SO THE GAMES WILL COME DOWN TO WHO RUNS THE BALL BEST. THAT WHERE MILLER COMES IN. LIKE I SAID IF HE AVG 80 YDS IN BOTH GAMES WE WILL AT LEAST EARN A SPLIT AND COULD EASILY WIN BOTH. CALL ME CRAZY! YOU'RE RIGHT! BUT THE TALENT LEVEL BETWEEN THE TWO TEAMS HAVE CLOSED! GO FINS!! AFC EAST CHAMPS! WHY NOT US!

Every time Dooshy opens his mouth he sticks his foot in it. TOO FUNNY!! Her new name should be SHYTMOUTH! LOL

ButtFuck FagFaces, where did he learn that Language?

Who cares about any of this crap?

Me? I'm dancing naked to Madonna (Like a Prayer) right now and I'm sexier and richer than you will ever be.

You sir are the BIGGEST Hypocrite here.

Talking out your ass left and right.

And I wouldn't be making Yo Momma jokes when you're a ButtBaby.

Posted by: tvegas897 | May 11, 2013 at 03:37 PM

What do you expect from some baby sitting at home waiting for free stuff.

This is the putz who openly admitted his laziness in stating he deserves free insurance & a free education.

And you wonder why he speaks in 3rd person? He's a pimple on the as* of society. An afterthought!

Listen, Armando, I know this imbecile makes a lot of $ for you(and himself), but we would prefer something more Adult, you know?

I have a question.

TK Swan


Periods are free. Nobody is going to read your post.

Is this younger generation that far gone now that they can't form sentences, logical paragraphs or use punctuation?

Oscar,

I'm writing a children's book titled "Skittles: The Headless Cat."

I would like you to illustrate it.

I Shall Leave You Buttfuck FagFaces To Have At It.

Posted by: Dashe | May 11, 2013 at 04:01 PM

Unfortunately, Bradley, drawing is not one among my talents. Some other time.

When are Dashi and Odin leaving for their honeymoon, anyway?

I think it's wonderful those two old-timers found love in their Golden Years.

That's disappointing to hear, Oscar. But I shall persevere and find anther illustrator for "Skittles: The Headless Cat."

Thank you for your time.

Edited:


Odin,

I disagree with your negative review of Dallas Thomas. I think he looks like a solid prospect as a zone blocking Guard and potentially Tackle.

Many of the plays that I saw him get beat on were on overloads in his gap. He does struggle at times when people beat him with there hands inside and he doesn't seem to have that killer instinct to make that big block when he gets to the 2nd level.

Posted by: You do the math | May 11, 2013 at 03:48 AM
============================================

Thanks for the response. I would like anyone elses opinion's on Dallas Thomas as well.

Maybe my expectations were just too high after having read the positive scouting reports and listening to the Pundits praise him.

After having watched quite a bit of his 2011 and 2012 games on youtube, I was really let down. I don't see how this guy justifies being an UDFA let alone a 3rd round pick.

One things for sure, Richie Incognotio can relax as far as worrying about Dallas Thomas taking his job away.

Thomas has miles and miles to go before he could even present a CHALLENGE to Cogs.

Here's to Hoping I'm wrong, but Dallas Thomas SUCKS!

I Shall Leave You Buttfuck FagFaces To Have At It.

Posted by: Dashe | May 11, 2013 at 04:01 PM

Posted by: Typical Dashe Comment | May 11, 2013 at 04:35 PM


Notice how just like odin, he always comes back to his gay theme.

Comprehensional Is Not A Word.

Not In The Context You Are Trying To Use It.

I Love How You Clowns Swear You Are Smarter Than Everyone. When We All Read Your Writing And You Basically Only Use A Handful of Words. And Even Less Idioms.

Again, I Understand Every Word You Say And Use. Even The Make Believe Ones. Your Vocabulary Has 1000 Words Max. Which Isn't A lot.

Just Look At Your Writing And You Can See How Simple Your Mind Works. 2 Or 3 Syllable Words. And You Don't Deviate From Them.

When Was The Last Time You Learned A New Word? 3rd Grade.

Probably Before Then. Cause You Act Like A 5 Year Old. And Write Like A 4 Year Old.


dashi...

i noticed OF LATE ,YOU R RESPONDING TO OTHER POSTS THAT TAKE ISSUES WITH YOU ...WHY IS THAT .?????


WHY WOULD ANY ONE ATTACK YOU OUT OF THE BLUE ?

DASHE WHY YOU MUST ALWAY WRITE SO FILTHY?

My father married a pure Cherokee
My mother's people were ashamed of me
The Indians said I was white by law
The White Man always called me "Indian Squaw"

[CHORUS:]
Half-breed, that's all I ever heard
Half-breed, how I learned to hate the word
Half-breed, she's no good they warned
Both sides were against me since the day I was born

We never settled, went from town to town
When you're not welcome you don't hang around
The other children always laughed at me "Give her a feather, she's a Cherokee"

[Repeat Chorus]

We weren't accepted and I felt ashamed
Nineteen I left them, tell me who's to blame
My life since then has been from man to man
But I can't run away from what I am

[Repeat chorus]

What does it say about Armando when his most regular bloggers are:

odink
yesterdink
daShe
craigarrhea
phins78

Odin,

I Have Only Seen A Little Bit On D. Thomas. (reason I Really Haven't Commented On Him.)

The Best I Can Say Is He Moves Well. Nothing Special But Not That Bad.

Agreed. He Might Not Beat Incognito. But He Looks Nimble Enough To Beat Jerry.

The Fins Drafted This Guy For Next Season. With Hopes That He Might Play Next Season.

I Think Our Coaches Looked At Him And Saw Potential But Needs Work On Technique.

Ireland Can't Hit On All His Picks. And When People Have Lower Round Guys Making A Bigger Impact. D. Thomas Seems Like A Candidate For Bust Then.

I Said If Ireland Found 3-4 Guys This Draft To Make An Impact. That Would Be A Good Draft. Ireland Won't Hit On Every Pick. Specially Not The Late Round Guys.

Rookies Which I Think Will Pan Out.

D. Jordan
J. Taylor
D. Thomas
W. Davis
Sturgis

If Ireland Happens To Find An Acorn Out Of The Other Picks He Did A Great Job.

Jordan
Taylor
Thomas

All Had First Round Grades.

W. Davis Plays A Position We Need Young Depth At. And Sturgis Is A Kicker. He Was Drafted To Replace Carpenter.

All The Other Picks Are Maybe To Me. Maybe They Make The Team, Maybe They Don't.

*He Might Play This Season.

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