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  1. Houston DT Ed Oliver is pretty much a lock to be the #1 pick in the 2019 draft. And he may even win the Heisman next year. 290 lbs but he may run a 4.4 40 at the combine. The only DT I have ever seen triple teamed regularly. He’s the only 5 star recruit to ever go to a non power 5 conference school, as he chose his hometown Houston. But really his talent should have put him at Alabama etc. His tape is the most impressive I have ever seen from a DL. He's the fastest player on the field as the DT, can block kicks, drop in coverage, run down WR's. Let’s just hope Cleveland doesn’t pick #1 again.
  2. Path to the Draft Emoji Grades for AFC North ...
  3. BlackJesus

    Ed Oliver will be #1 pick in 2019

    He's a Lebron type generational talent ...
  4. Denzel Ward already hurt Denzel Ward (hip) slated to miss Saturday's practice By Andie Hagemann Published: May 5, 2018 at 01:20 p.m. Cleveland Browns rookie defensive back Denzel Ward is expected to miss Saturday's rookie minicamp practice due to a hip injury. Ward, who exited Friday's practice early after suffering the injury, is being held out for "precautionary reasons," according to Browns team reporter Andrew Gribble. "I am always going to be cautious with our guys," Browns head coach Hue Jackson said per the team's official website. "If I think that they have a little nick or something right now. I do not think being out here and having a guy if there is anything that we feel that might hurt a guy, I am going to make sure that I take him out. He did some good things, just watching him run around, too. We will see where he is tomorrow and go from there." Ward was selected No. 4 overall in the 2018 NFL Draft last week. The Ohio State cover man ranked as Daniel Jeremiah's fourth-best prospect. The Browns' three-day rookie minicamp concludes Sunday. http://www.nfl.com/news/story/0ap3000000931672/article/denzel-ward-hip-slated-to-miss-saturdays-practice
  5. Big Ben on Rudolph pick: How does it help us win now? By Chris Wesseling Updated: May 4, 2018 at 06:01 p.m. One year after "seriously" contemplating retirement, Ben Roethlisberger is struggling with the Steelers' decision to draft Mason Rudolph as his heir apparent. Without access to Pittsburgh's practices or the coaching staff's evaluations, it's impossible to gauge Dobbs' progress. What we do know, however, is that he was overwhelmed in preseason action last summer and the presence of Rudolph places his roster spot in jeopardy. It's hard to blame the Steelers for taking another swing at a quarterback they graded on par with the best in this year's draft class. Even if Roethlisberger plans to play three more years, he's not in a position to guarantee that level of commitment. "The key is, for me, I'm always going to take it one season at a time," Roethlisberger added Friday. "I'm going to give everything this year and lay it all on the line like I do every week, for this season, for my guys. And then just really kind of at the end of the season, it's the same thing. You go through the evaluation process of how you feel." The Steelers' responsibility is to the fans, the city of Pittsburgh, the members of the organization and the entire roster -- not just to Roethlisberger and his quarterback-room cohorts. http://www.nfl.com/news/story/0ap3000000931628/article/big-ben-on-rudolph-pick-how-does-it-help-us-win-now
  6. Burfict #55 Malik #45 and Malik has the dreads like Burfict used to. The Squeelers now have to keep their head on a swivel from two directions.
  7. When I watch Malik play he reminds me of Burfict ... so the thought of having 2 head hunters like that on the field at once is badass.
  8. A 240 pound thumper with WR speed and size that gives him as wide of shoulders as 270 lb Hubbard.
  9. Him and Burfict will end Rapistberger's career this season ... I can feel it.
  10. Plus you gotta love a man of the people who gets free pizza for a year and disperses it for free to the masses ...
  11. The more I look into, this is becoming my favorite pick. I think they got 1st rd talent in the 3rd and that he will start by year's end.
  12. Moritz Boehringer added to Cincinnati Bengals roster By Nick Shook Around The NFL Writer Published: May 1, 2018 at 03:45 p.m. Moritz Boehringer is getting a second shot in the NFL. The former sixth-round pick of the Minnesota Vikings is back in the league after the Cincinnati Bengals added him to their roster via the league's International Player Pathway program, the team announced. As part of the program, four teams -- Cincinnati, Cleveland, Baltimore and Pittsburgh -- will each carry a player from the program until the end of training camp. Boehringer came to the NFL via the 2016 draft and Vikings, but never played a regular-season down, becoming a roster-limit casualty before the 2016 regular season kicked off. He spent the entire season on Minnesota's practice squad and was waived before the start of the 2017 campaign. Boehringer joins the Bengals as a tight end, according to the team. He has a better shot at sticking this time around thanks to a roster exemption for an 11th practice squad player made available to AFC North teams as part of the Pathways program. He's also guaranteed an entire training camp as part of the program. The other three teams in the division are also carrying one overseas player: Tigie Sankoh (Browns), Christopher Ezeala (Ravens) and Christian Scotland-Williamson (Steelers). The three plus Boehringer have been training alongside NFL players and draft hopefuls in Florida under the supervision of former NFLUK head of football Aden Durde and a group coaches with varying experiences, including former All-Pro running back Earnest Byner. http://www.nfl.com/news/story/0ap3000000930856/article/moritz-boehringer-added-to-cincinnati-bengals-roster

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