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Stlrs4Life
05-12-2006, 04:22 PM
Steelers Mini-Camp roster

Friday, May 12, 2006



(Heights and weights in parentheses)

Quarterbacks (5) -- Ben Roethlisberger (6-5, 241); Charlie Batch (6-2, 216); Rod Rutherford (6-2, 223); Omar Jacobs (6-4, 224); Shane Boyd (6-1, 232).

Running Backs (9) -- Duce Staley (5-11, 242); Cedric Humes (6-1, 233); Verron Haynes (5-9, 222); Dan Kreider (5-11, 255); Branden Joe (6-0, 242); Willie Parker (5-10, 209); John Kuhn (6-0, 255); Doug Easlick (5-11, 243); Mike Jemison (5-11, 216).

Wide Receivers (12) -- Santonio Holmes (5-11, 189); Quincy Morgan (6-1, 215); Willie Reid (5-10, 186); Walter Young (6-4, 220); Isaac West (6-0, 187); Cedrick Wilson (5-10, 183); Sean Morey (5-11, 200); Eugene Baker (6-1, 167); Nate Washington (6-1, 185); Hines Ward (6-0, 205); Lee Mays (6-2, 193); Adam Herzing (6-3, 190).

Tight Ends (5) -- Isaac Smolko (6-5, 257); Heath Miller (6-5, 256); Jerame Tuman (6-4, 253); Charles Davis (6-6, 260); Jonathan Dekker (6-5, 250).

Offensive Line (17) -- Chukky Okobi (6-1, 318); Grayling Love (6-3, 296); Marvin Philip (6-1, 307); Jeff Hartings (6-3, 299); Tim Brown (6-5, 313); Alan Faneca (6-5, 307); Nick Hagemann (6-7, 295); Chris Kemoeatu (6-3, 344); Ulish Booker (6-6, 319); Barrett Brooks (6-5, 325); Kendall Simmons (6-3, 319); Willie Colon (6-3, 315); Marvel Smith (6-5, 321); Max Starks (6-8, 337); Trai Essex (6-4, 324); Brandon Newton, C6-2, 296); Brandon Torrey (6-6, 277).

Defensive Line (10) -- Orien Harris (6-3, 302); Lee Vickers (6-6, 270); Scott Paxson (6-4, 292); Chris Hoke (6-3, 305); Travis Kirschke (6-3, 298); Aaron Smith (6-5, 298); Rodney Bailey (6-3, 305); Shaun Nua (6-5, 280); Casey Hampton (6-1, 325); Brett Keisel (6-5, 285).

Linebackers (14) -- Mike Kudla (6-3, 265); Ronald Stanley (6-0, 244); Larry Foote (6-1, 239); James Farrior (6-2, 243); Clark Haggans (6-4, 243); Rian Wallace (6-3, 243); Joey Porter (6-3, 250); Clint Kriewaldt (6-1, 248); James Harrison (6-0, 242); Andre Frazier (6-5, 234); Richard Seigler (6-2, 238); Arnold Harrison (6-3, 236); Matt Farrior (6-1, 230); Malcolm Postell (6-1, 231).

Secondary (14) -- Bryant McFadden (6-0, 190); Ricardo Colclough (5-11, 195); Tyrone Carter (5-8, 190); Ike Taylor (6-1, 191); Ryan Clark (5-11, 205); Deshea Townsend (5-10, 190); Anthony Smith (5-11, 192); Zach Baker (6-2, 212); Chidi Iwuoma (5-9, 184); Mike Logan (6-1, 211); Anthony Madison (5-9, 180); Jamar Landrom (6-3, 215); Troy Polamalu (5-10, 212); Mike Lorello (5-11, 208).

Specialists (6) -- Jeff Reed (5-11, 225); Mark Brubaker (6-0, 189); Chris Gardocki (6-1, 192); Greg Warren (6-3, 252); Kyle Andrews (5-11, 254); Mike Barr (6-2, 230).

Suitanim
05-13-2006, 03:55 PM
I can't wait for the camp battles to start. This is a VERY talented roster.

tony hipchest
05-13-2006, 05:02 PM
im thinking wr Eugene Baker (6-1, 167) doesnt make the roster. i was suprised to see that jeff reed is bigger than all cb's and safeties on the roster. m kudla seems to be a shoo in for the final open lb spot. i was listenning to a aj hawk/ p kirwan interview and both were suprised he didnt get drafted and agreed he wound up signing with the absolute perfect team for him. especially since the steelers can afford to bring him along slowly with no pressure. if were lucky he will be m. vrabel II.

Suitanim
05-13-2006, 05:46 PM
Jeff Reed actually looks more like a LB in person than a kicker.

tony hipchest
05-13-2006, 06:20 PM
holy crap. i guess so. that 225 really dont translate across the airwaves. if he were a carolina kicker i might wonder.

Black@Gold Forever32
05-13-2006, 06:28 PM
Tony that would sweet if Kudla turned out to be anywhere near the player Mike Vrabel became with the Pats. Thats the one that still stings to me lossing Vrabel and watching blossom with the Pats. We have 5 really good LB's right now but as you now you can never have enough OLB's in a 3-4.