Originally Posted by ckparrothead
Jamar Taylor doesn't show up on there for a reason.
He's going to get the redshirt this year. Doubt he plays many snaps of any kind of consequence.
I was much closer to appreciating the Will Davis pick than I was the Jamar Taylor pick, though ultimately neither of the two were on my list of targets. I'm getting a strong vibe that Will Davis should've been though, and I was too swayed by a few bad reps in the Senior Bowl, and his tendency to be a little too aggressive underneath
Originally Posted by hooshoops
ck probably knows more about this than i do but hasn't dion jordan at oregon had shoulder issues for years??? i know the stuff i saw of his last year he was playing with one arm pretty much...i wanna say this was more than a one time thing when it came to shoulder issues but maybe i'm off on that...
Had a torn labrum since midway through 2012 but to my knowledge hasn't had any shoulder injuries prior.
Problem is though he played too much with the injury. He injured
Originally Posted by nyfinzfan
CK im glad u flipped on this. Earlier I read u agreeing with Omar on Twitter they made themselves worse by cutting him. I did not deem that possible. Plain and simple hes not very good.
I didn't change my opinion at all. Did you actually read what I wrote on twitter? Did you read the article?
Richard Marshall was a good slot corner but that's it. The Dolphins cut a good slot corner so they're a worse team in 2013 because of the release. But they already HAVE a good
Originally Posted by Nublar7
Originally Posted by nyjunc
those 2 players weren't really on the team, they were training camp fodder, I don't gte why this is a difficult concept. Neother guy was expected to make the team, they may not even have made it to camp. It was more a mini camp look.
If those guys could have played the jets would have kept them(see Mike Goodson) just like if Chad Johnson could still play Miami would have kept him.
Answer me this. Where those players under contract with the New York Jets at the time of their arrest