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Old 02-12-2006, 11:29 AM   #21
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Trade 32 for 2 2nd rounders.
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Old 02-12-2006, 05:22 PM   #22
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round 1 i see antonio cromartie cb florida state or sinorice moss wr miami .and ive also heard they like micahel robinson from penn st qb they would likely move to wr. i guess it depends on what they feel the most urgent need is the secondary or wr. i say they will let are go you know how they run that. they wont give him the payday someone else will. i do hate to see him go i hope they can work it out
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Old 02-13-2006, 02:44 AM   #23
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Mangold from Ohio State would be a decent move at 32 but if Santonio Holmes slides down and the Steelers could move up a few spots to draft him that would be an ideal move. If neither of these two are available a trade down would be in the best interest of the team. You would be able to pick up an extra player and you move out of first round signing bonus money and that would help future cap numbers.

If the Steelers are not sold on Mangold they could pick up DeGory (sp) from Florida in late second round.
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Old 02-13-2006, 09:03 AM   #24
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Of course, this is all predicated upon what we do in the FA market. Trading down would make sense if there's nobody in the picks between where we end up and #32 that covet who we covet...but that's iffy at best. I'm also wondering about PLax compensatory picks. He was a first rounder, so the NFL will be rewarding us a couple picks, and we may not NEED more picks.

It's all too early to tell.
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Here is how I think the draft will go.

Round #1 Bobby Carpenter, OLB, Ohio State (Dominate defender could play DE in our 3-4 DF).

Round #2 Martin Nance, WR Miami Ohio (I like him becuase he is big and Ben and Him have played together in college).

Round #3 Greg Eslinger, C, Minnesota (2nd best C coming into the draft, we will need dept when hartings is cut)

Round #4 Cedric Humes, RB Virginia Tech (Big Back Great For Short Yardage And Goal Line).

Rounds #5, #6, #7 best players availible.
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Of course, this is all predicated upon what we do in the FA market. Trading down would make sense if there's nobody in the picks between where we end up and #32 that covet who we covet...but that's iffy at best. I'm also wondering about PLax compensatory picks. He was a first rounder, so the NFL will be rewarding us a couple picks, and we may not NEED more picks.

It's all too early to tell.
we may get a pick for k. bell also but im not sure.
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Old 02-13-2006, 01:46 PM   #27
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Here is how I think the draft will go.

Round #1 Bobby Carpenter, OLB, Ohio State (Dominate defender could play DE in our 3-4 DF).

Round #2 Martin Nance, WR Miami Ohio (I like him becuase he is big and Ben and Him have played together in college).

Round #3 Greg Eslinger, C, Minnesota (2nd best C coming into the draft, we will need dept when hartings is cut)

Round #4 Cedric Humes, RB Virginia Tech (Big Back Great For Short Yardage And Goal Line).

Rounds #5, #6, #7 best players availible.
I would be very, Very VERY happy with Rd's 1-4 if it went down this way...I think Eslinger and Humes will both move one round higher though...but with compensatory picks, this could still happen in a 1, 2, 2a and 3 situation.
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Old 02-13-2006, 03:40 PM   #28
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How About Lendale White as our 1st pick if he last that long.
Hey, what About Reggie Bush too? or AJ Hawk? j/k
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Old 02-13-2006, 05:00 PM   #29
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I would be happy with that as well BigBenFan.
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Old 02-14-2006, 06:56 AM   #30
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As ar as RB goes talk down here in ATL is that T.J. Duckett may not be here next year. I think he would be a great replacement for JB. He is young (4 yrs exp), has size, and can definately move the crowd. Looking forward to the off season to see how things go down.
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