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Cincinatti released FS Rogers Beckett today. I don't know what the Rams are waiting for. They need to scrap the idea of Arch playing FS. They can't expect to draft a FS that will be in a posistion to start this season.
Let's make it happen before the FA period is over. :ramlogo:
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Sharper formally released by GB
Darren Sharper has been formally released by GB, it'll be interesting to see how hard they go after him. He's experienced and a ballhawk, but coming off injury and 29.
-03-11-2005 #3muweatherman Guest
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I'm kinda nervous about Sharper. Green Bay had one of the worst, if not the worst, pass defenses in the NFL last year and Sharper may have been one of the problems. I remember seeing an article where the pundit essentially stated that Sharper was the biggest reason Green Bay's pass defense sucked. I wish I could find that article. If Sharper was injured that could have been the reason his pass D dropped off. Luckily (or unluckily) we've got Shottenheimer who has the inside info on Sharper, so the Rams should make the right call. It might be safer to go for someone who doesn't have as big of a name, but will be solid like Edwards.
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Here's a poster's projections for compensatory picks for the 2005 Draft from the KFFL boards. Apparently this guy has been pretty accurate in his projections the past couple of years.
Tennessee (Jevon Kearse, $7.83 million, 14 GP/14 GS)
Kansas City (John Tait, $5.61 million, 13/13)
St. Louis (Grant Wistrom, $5.5 million, 9/9)
Denver (Bert Berry, $5.0 million, 16/16, Pro Bowl)
New England (Damien Woody, $5.17 million, 16/16)
Indianapolis (Marcus Washington, $4.17 million, 16/16, Pro Bowl)
Tennessee (Robaire Smith, $4.39 million, 16/16)
New England (Ted Washington, $3.5 million, 16/16)
Carolina (Jeno James, $3.52 million, 14/14)
Philadelphia (Carlos Emmons, $3.3 million, 15/15)
Carolina (Reggie Howard, $3.62 million, 15/3)
San Francisco (Jason Webster, $3.01 million, 10/9)
Philadelphia (Bobby Taylor, $2.95 million, 10/0)
Oakland (Charlie Garner, $2.91 million, 3/3 IR)
Indianapolis (David Macklin, $2.6 million, 16/16)
St. Louis (Brian Young, $2.51 million, 15/15)
Carolina (Deon Grant, $2.42 million, 16/16)
Dallas (Ebenezer Ekuban, $2.52 million, 16/11)
Baltimore (Marcus Robinson, $2.25 million, 16/7)
Oakland (Matt Stinchcomb, $1.9 million, 16/16)
Philadelphia (Bobbie Williams, $1.75 million, 16/16)
San Francisco (Tai Streets, $1.5 million, 13/12)
Seattle (Reggie Tongue, $1.33 million, 16/16)
St. Louis (John St. Clair, $1.3 million, 14/14)
Dallas (Mario Edwards, $1.5 million, 15/3)
San Francisco (Travis Kirschke, $1.6 million, 16/1)
Tampa Bay (Tom Tupa, $935,000, 16 games)
St. Louis (David Loverne, $867,000, 15/13)
Philadelphia (Marco Coleman, $785,000, 16/16)
Seattle (Willie Williams, $760,000, 16/10)
New England (Bobby Hamilton, $685,000, 16/15)
Cincinnati (Matt O’Dwyer, $685,000, PUP 4/0)
1st - 1
2nd - 1
3rd - 3
4th - 1
5th - 1
6th - 2
7th - 3
Twelve! Twelve Draft Picks! Ah Ah Ah!
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I doubt we get a third for Wistrom, if only because he missed some time. We're practically guaranteed a fourth on his contract alone though.ClanRam ModCast: Episode Four
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What a bargain!
We might get a seventh for St. Clair?
What a deal!
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Meant to make that a new topic...whoops!