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03-07-2009, 01:09 PM
Reggie Brown and Juqua Parker to St. Louis for Torry Holt

This way we don't have to give up a draft pick, Reggie goes to a place where he'll get some time, and Parker is united with his former coach. Holt still has some gas in the tank and would automatically have the best hands on our team

Free agent signings
Will Heller, tight end, Seattle

Not sure what his agent is asking for but I'd bring him in for 2 years. This way we have a dominant blocking 3rd tight end and have an excuse to cut Schobel

1a. Brandon Pettigrew, TE, Oklahoma State
A big reliable target who at worst will be a great blocker

1b. LeSean McCoy, RB, Pittsburgh
A shifty scatback who in time will replace Westbrook. Can catch and is willing to fight for extra yards. To be honest he's a hair behind Moreno as the best back this draft

2. Brian Robiskie, WR, Ohio State
I always thought of him as a sleeper before the combine and afterwards I now have a full blown man crush on him. Decent size, speed, and hands

3. Michael Hamlin, S, Clemson
One of the more underrated safeties in this draft, I wouldn't be surprised if someone takes him in the 2nd. Knock on wood we can get him here. That being said, he'd be an excellent insurance policy for Demps. Can play free and strong, though there isn't much difference in JJ's D

4. Fenuki Tuopou, T, Oregon
I watched him this season and I honestly don't know why he's not considered a first day pick. Good size and has room to grow and apparently per reports I've read he has a great work ethic.

5a. Tony Fiametta, FB, Syracuse
A true fullback. Not great but solid. Good size and blocking ability. Also has reliable hands. Need I say more?

5b. Ramon Foster, G, Tennessee
Deceptively nimble for his size. Good guard for depth purposes

5c. Mortty Ivy, LB, West Virginia
Decent outside backer in pass coverage. At the least, he'd be a special teams asset

5d. Gartrell Johnson, RB, Colorado State
Not as swift a foot as I'd like my backs to be, but he is a tough running horse type back. Kind of a poor man's Marion Barber

6. Terrance Knighton, DT, Temple
A huge body to plug up the middle on running downs and goal line situations

7a. Graham Gano, K, Florida State
Not sure why he's never mentioned, but this kid can kick the living piss out of the ball and he's accurate as well. Akers should be fine now that Segrest is out but a little competition never hurt anyone

7b. Chris Morstead, P, SMU
Competition for Rocca

Danny Amendola
Tank Daniels
Kyle Eckel
Mike Gibson
Amon Gordan
Charleston Hughes
Winston Justice
Dan Klecko
Shaheer McBride
Byron Parker
Chris Patrick
Dmitri Patterson
Matt Schobel
Tracy White
Trae Williams

Depth chart
QB - McNabb/Kolb/Feeley
FB - Fiametta
RB - Westbrook/McCoy/Johnson/Booker
WR - Holt/Baskett/Robiskie
WR - Jackson/Curtis/Avant
TE - Celek/Pettigrew/Heller
LT - Herremans/Dunlap
LG - McGlynn/Foster
C - Cole/Jackson
RG - Andrews/Jean-Gilles
RT - Andrews/Tuopo


LE - Abiamiri/Howard/Clemons
LDT - Patterson/Laws
RDT - Bunkley/Knighton
RE - Cole/Smith
SLB - Gocong/Ivy
MLB - Bradley/Mays
WLB - Jordan/Gaither
LCB - Samuel/Hanson
SS - Jones/Hamlin
FS - Mikell/Demps
RCB - Brown/Ikegwuono


K - Akers
P - Rocca
LS - Dornbos


03-07-2009, 03:41 PM
Put it in the mock draft thread...

Not a good off-season, IMO.

We don't address LT, AT ALL, and waste picks on interior OL depth when we already have similar calibur players or better in there. I'd take an LT somewhere in this draft as insurance.

The trade.. well you know how I feel about it.

Best pick...Fiametta (though I prefer Johnson a bit over him)

Worst pick...Probably Robiskie, though i really like him. But if you have the Eagles trading for Holt, there is now way we draft one as well.