View Full Version : Post Your Moves Thread

Shane P. Hallam
04-17-2009, 04:39 AM
This will make grading the drafts a lot easier. Please post the moves that you have made including ALL draft picks and trades!

04-17-2009, 05:32 AM
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers


1-19: Peria Jerry, DT, Ole Miss
2-52: Josh Freeman, QB, Kansas St
4-120: Matt Shaughnessy, DE, Wisconsin
4-131: Asher Allen, CB, Georgia
5-155: Austin Collie, WR, B.Y.U.
6-191: Lydon Murtha, OT, Nebraska
6-198: Louis Vasquez, OG, Texas Tech
7-217: E.J. Biggers, CB, Western Michigan
7-2??: Thomas Morstead, P, S.M.U.Trades

OT Jeremy Trueblood for 86,131
81, 86, DT Dre Moore for 52 (used on Josh Freeman)
Alex Smith for 198
233, Jameel Cook for Ryan Cook

Gay Ork Wang
04-17-2009, 05:34 AM
Houston Texans
1) Knowshon Moreno RB
2) Rashad Johnson S
3) Jonathan Luigs C
4) Trade to acquire Michael Huff
4) Mike Wallace WR
5) Augustus Parrish OT
6) Anthony Felder OLB
7) Chase Holbrook QB

04-17-2009, 06:05 AM
The St. Louis Rams

Round 1 - #2. Jason Smith - OT - Baylor
Round 2 - #35 Darius Butler - CB - UCONN
Round 3 - #66 Jasper Brinkley - ILB - South Carolina
Round 4 - #103 Kyle Moore - DE - Southern California
Round 5 - #160 Kenny McKinley - WR - South Carolina
Roun6 6 - #197 Bernard Scott - RB - Abilene Christian
Round 7 - #211 Corvey Irvin - DT - Georgia

Tried to make some trades, but nothing materialized.

04-17-2009, 09:14 AM
Green Bay Packers

#13 (f/WSH) :: Everette Brown | OLB | Florida State
#41 :: Eben Britton | OT | Arizona
#64 (f/MIN) :: Victor Harris | CB | Virginia Tech
#83 :: Chris Baker | DL | Hampton
#109 :: Sammie Lee Hill | NT | Stillman
#182 :: Stanley Arnoux | ILB | Wake Forest
#187 :: Brandon Swain | OLB | West Texas A&M
#218 :: Jason Boltus | QB | Hartwick

13th overall pick, OT Jon Jansen and NT Anthony Montgomery for the 9th overall pick
64th pick for 73rd pick and 145th pick

04-17-2009, 09:16 AM
The Chicago Bears:

Draft Picks:
Round 2, Pick 49 - DB Sean Smith, Utah
-Reasoning: Smith is a freakishly big CB who I had graded as a late first rounder, so picking him up here goes down as a steal in my books. While I blame much of our pass defense woes on the d-line, the secondary was certainly not without their own flaws and Smith will compete at CB initially with the potential to move to FS down the line if need be.
Round 3, pick 99 - WR Brandon Gibson, Wash St.
-Reasoning: I really like Gibson as a WR and I honestly don't consider him as much of a drop off to guys I passed up in the 2nd round such as Iglesias or Massequoi. All are nearly the same size and speed, all have nearly the same career production, yet I can easily grab Gibson a round and a half later and be totally thrilled.
Round 4, pick 119 - OL Fenuki Tupou, Oregon
-Reasoning: We grabbed some FA's this year like Omiyale, Pace and Shaffer but they are only short term fixes and our depth behind them, well...it's not so good. Topou gives us a potential future RT to develop behind our current FA veterans for a few years and provide god depth.
Round 5, pick 140 - DE Phillip Hunt, Houston
-Reasoning: I almost went Sidbury with our 2nd rounder until I realized that Smith was available, so that should tell you how much of a need I view it. I'm hoping that Marinelli can rejuvenate Ogunleye, Brown and Anderson, but even so two of them will be free agents after 09 and Hunt will provide good depth and possibly a future starter.
Round 5, pick 147 - FB Quinn Johnson, LSU
-Reasoning: Jason McKie is really unspectacular as a fullback and we could really use a big power back for short yardage duties. Johnson I feel gives us both and can open holes for Forte while taking some of the short yardage carries that we struggled with last year.
Round 5, pick 154 - WR Marko Mitchell, Nevada
-Reasoning: Gibson was added earlier but our WR corps is thin enough to need more help. Mitchell has some intriguing physical tools and will likely compete with Rashied Davis for the 4th WR spot behind Hester, Bennett and Gibson while developing for down the road.
Round 6, pick 190 - OG Roger Allen, Missouri Western
-Reasoning: A big, small school lineman who will compete with Dan Buenning and Roberto Garza for interior line depth.
Round 7, pick 246 - LB Russell Allen, San Diego State
-Reasoning: The type of small school defender Jerry Angelo loves to draft at a position we always like to stay stocked up on depth.
Round 7, pick 251 - DT John Faletoese, UC Davis
-Reasoning: Another small school defender wh is good at penetrating the backfield and will compete for a spot in our DT rotation.

Trades: DT Dusty Dvoracek for Bills 5th rounder (#147)

04-17-2009, 09:41 AM

RD 1 : 9 - Andre Smith, OT, Alabama
RD 5 : 139 - Keenan Lewis, CB, Oregon State
RD 5 : 150 - Mike Thomas, WR, Arizona
RD 6 : 186 - Lee Robinson, OLB, Alcorn State
RD 7 : 243 - Will Davis, DE, Illinois


-Traded pick #13, Anthony Montgomery, and Jon Jansen for pick #9
-Traded pick #80 for Tamba Hali and pick #139

04-17-2009, 10:37 AM

1) Brian Orakpo, DE, Texas
2a) Alex Mack, C, Cal
2b) Gerald McRath, LB, Southern Miss
3) Coye Francies, DB, San Jose State
4) T.J. Lang, OT, Eastern Michigan
6) Brian Toal, FB/LB, Boston College
7) Tom Brandstater, QB, Fresno State


Bills Receive: OT Levi Jones, TE Ben Utecht, #6, #62
Bengals Receive: OT Jason Peters, #11

Bills Receive: G Brian Waters, #212
Chiefs Receive: WR Roscoe Parrish, #220

Bills Receive: DT Jesus Dvoracek
Bears Receive: #147

QB: Edwards > Fitzpatrick > Brandstater > Baker
HB: Lynch > Jackson > Omon > Hall
FB: McIntyre > Toal
WR: Owens > Hardy > St. Johnson > Huggins
WR: Evans > Reed > Jenkins > Hawthorne
TE: Utecht > Schouman > Fine > Stupar
LT: Jones > Lang > Bell
LG: Waters > Hangartner
C: Mack > McKinney
RG: Butler > Rodd > Denman
RT: Walker > Chambers > Scott

DE: Orakpo > Kelsay > Ellis > Smith
DT: Stroud > Sp. Johnson > McCargo
DT: Williams > Dvoracek
DE: Schobel > Denney > Bryan > Mace
WLB: Ellison > McRath > Buggs > Toal
MLB: Posluszny > DiGiorgio > Costanzo
SLB: Mitchell > Bowen > Corto > V. Hall
CB: McGee > Francies > Corner
CB: McKelvin > Florence > Youboty
FS: Simpson > Wilson > Scott
SS: Whitner > Wendling

K: Lindell
P: Moorman
LS: The Worst LS You Could Ever Imagine

04-17-2009, 11:23 AM

Draft Picks:
Rd 1, Pick 11 (11) - Chris "Beanie" Wells
Rd 2, Pick 11 (43) - James Laurinaitis
Rd 3, Pick 6 (70) - Travis Beckum
Rd 3, Pick 23 (87) - A.Q. Shipley
Rd 3, Pick 34 (98) (comp.) - Jason Watkins
Rd 5, Pick 6 (142) - David Veikune
Rd 6, Pick 36 (209) (comp.) - Johnny Knox
Rd 7, Pick 40 (249) (comp.) - Ray Feinga
Rd 7, Pick 43 (252) (comp.) - Gregory Toler

- Chad Ocho Cinco and 7th(215) to Tenn. for 2nd(62) and 4th(130)
- Levi Jones, Ben Utecht, #6, and 2nd(62) to Buff. for Jason Peters and #11
- 2nd(38) to Atlanta for 2nd(55) and 3rd(79)
- 2nd(55), 4th(106), 4th(130) to San Fran. for 2nd(43)
- 2nd(79) 6th(179), and Chris Perry to Miami for 2nd(87) and Jason Allen

Entering into this I believed that the Bengals main needs were a new LT, RB, C, depth across the board. I'm pretty sold on Anthony Collins, who played very well last yr down the stretch, but with the opportunity to add Jason Peters we didnt hesitate to pull the trigger for a 27 yr old dominant pro-bowl LT. Collins should have no problems moving over to RT and the two will be great pass blockers for Carson. After moving down to 11 in the Peters deal I felt like this presented a great opportunity to get the best RB in the draft in Beanie Wells. Wells had a little bit of an off year due to an injury in the begining of the season, but he's 230 lbs that can run under a 4.5 40 and really all I gotta say about him is stiff-arm. Look out for Beanie going to his left behind Peters and Whitworth. In the 2nd I was able to slide back a few spots and still get the best player remaining on my board in James Lauranitis. With Tank and Peko up front, JL and Rivers should be able to flow all over the field and make plays. JL could very well end up taking our D, which ranked 12th overall last yr, to the next level. In the 3rd I jumped on the chance to draft Travis Beckum. If Beckum came out after his junior year, many draftniks had him being the 1st TE drafted. Beckum struggled a little this yr and ended up on the IR, but he still has amazing receiving skills and athleticism. He should be a great asset in our passing game and will add a new dimension for Carson. Later in the 3rd, I got a guy that is just a mean son of a gun in AQ Shipley. Shipley won the Remmington award and has a tremendous mean streak and work ethic. He should step in as a starter the moment he steps on the field. My last pick in the 3rd I continued to focus on the OLine, cuz lets face it if Cincy cant keep Carson upright then they might as well forfeit their season. Watkins will be able to compete with Collins at RT, but he will most likely serve as depth as the #2 LT and RT. In the 5th I got Veikune who has really progressed as a pass rusher and will be a great rotational guy in passing situations. In the 6th, I got a guy that I would classify as a steal in Johnny Knox. We traded away our speed guy in Chad Ocho Cinco and grabbed another speed guy in Knox. Knox will at the very least provide big plays in the return game and will be able to spread the field deep while last years draft picks, Jerome Simpson and Andre Calwell, work underneath. We also added Laverneous Coles in FA and he should be able to regain form by finally being matched with a big arm in Palmer. We also added Jason Allen to try to save his career under a tremendous DC in Mike Zimmer and low pressure. He will immediately compete with both of my young Safeties Marvin White and Chinedum Ndukwe. At the very least he should fit in as a sub-package guy and nickel back. Ray Feinga in the 7th is a great fit, the guy was a top HS prospect who spurned offers from USC, Cal, and basically all other programs to stay in his home State an dominate up-front. 330 lbs of mean who'll provide depth at both OGs spot and eventually take over for Bobbie Williams at RG

Overall, I solidified my Oline with a top LT in Peters, an underrated nasty C in AQ Shipley and depth as a swing T in Watkins and a swing G in Ray Feinga. I also added a punishing RB in Wells, who can also turn the corner and out run many defenders. Wells not only will be a significant upgrade in our running game, but has underrated ability as a pass catcher and will be a tremendous assett to Carson in taking some of the pressure of of him while he gets back into his groove under center. Wells was not the only guy that will help Carson get back into his pro-bowl form, as both Beckum and Knox will provide additional dimensions for Carson to utilize.

I also solidified and upgraded all 3 levels of our #12 rated D in Veikune, Lauranitis, and Jason Allen. Veikune will help create pressure on QBs off the edge, while JL will track the ball from sideline to sideline. Finally, Allen is a former 1st rd pick who is a gifted ball player, but has struggled in the new D scheme that Miami employed last yr. Allen should really be able to proove that he is worth the 1st round status with his new start and young, talented, agressive teammates.

04-17-2009, 01:24 PM
1-32) Percy Harvin WR/RS Florida
2-54) Eric Wood C/G Louisville
3-96) Kevin Barnes CB Maryland
5-169) Terrance Knighton NT/DE Temple
6-205) Alex Boone OT Ohio State
7-226) Gartrell Johnson RB Colorado State
7-241) Frank Summers FB UNLV


Darnell Stapleton for #164
64, 132, 164, 168 for 54

A Perfect Score
04-17-2009, 02:56 PM
#31 (1st Round)- Clay Matthews, DE/OLB, Southern Cal
#50 (2nd Round)- Phil Loadholt, OT, Oklahoma
#104 (4th Round)- DeAngelo Smith, CB, Cincinnati
#123 (4th Round)- Vance Walker, DE/DT, Georgia Tech
#167 (5th Round)- Josh Mauga, ILB, Nevada
#204 (6th Round)- Richard Quinn, TE, North Carolina
#240 (7th Round)- David Buehler, K, USC


Cardinals Get:
-Terrell Suggs DE
-Adam Terry OT

Ravens Get:
-Anquan Boldin

Ravens Receive:

#240 Overall

Vikings Receive:

TE Todd Heap

Browns Receive:

S Dawan Landry

Cb Frank Walker

# 96 Overall

Ravens Receive:

#50 Overall

# 104 Overall

Ravens Receive:

#167 Overall

Vikings Receive:

Wr Yamon Figurs

Ravens Receive:

TE Alex Smith

Buccaneers Receive:

#198 Overall

04-17-2009, 02:56 PM
Dallas Cowboys

Sent G Kyle Kosier to Minnesota in exchange for #221 overall and DE/OLB project Brian Robison.

Sent RB Tashard Choice to Cleveland in exchange for #95 and #177 overall.

Draft day trade sent #69, #95, #156, and #166 to New England in exchange for #47.

#47 Jarron Gilbert, DE, San Jose State
Scott (http://www.draftcountdown.com/scoutingreports/dt/Jarron-Gilbert.php), Video #1 (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rXDSPbZ_OUw), Video #2 (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MwJrEOtk41M), Video #3 (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gK_SxTr4jZs), Video #4 (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KHoBtyuof_A)
#51 Duke Robinson, G, Oklahoma
Scott (http://www.draftcountdown.com/scoutingreports/og/Duke-Robinson.php), Video #1 (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-3qy7xxeVHA)
#101 Chip Vaughn, S, Wake Forest
Scott (http://www.draftcountdown.com/scoutingreports/s/Chip-Vaughn.php), Video #1 (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4sgbGgTFZ6k)
#117 Jason Phillips, LB, Texas Christian
Scott (http://www.draftcountdown.com/scoutingreports/ilb/Jason-Phillips.php), Video #1 (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AYFN9XJjMf0)
#172 Devin Moore, RB/KR, Wyoming
Scott (http://www.draftcountdown.com/scoutingreports/rb/Devin-Moore.php), Video #1 (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F_9iM7c-RYo), Video #2 (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1IRWT_woUOQ)
#177 Patrick Turner, WR, Southern California
Scott (http://www.draftcountdown.com/scoutingreports/wr/Patrick-Turner.php), Video #1 (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wDJCgQLrvl4), Video #2 (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b_Le8tB5MC8)
#197 Domonique Johnson, CB, Jackson State
Scott (http://www.draftcountdown.com/scoutingreports/cb/Domonique-Johnson.php)
#208 Dudley Guice, WR, Northwestern State
Profile (http://www.*************.com/ratings/dsprofile.php?pyid=85696&draftyear=2009&genpos=WR), Video #1, (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LokDWMKRb9s)
Video #2 (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q5WUl1ANFwY)
#210 Davon Drew, FB/H-Back/TE/ATH, East Carolina
Profile (http://www.*************.com/ratings/dsprofile.php?pyid=32963&draftyear=2009&genpos=TE)
#221 Arian Foster, RB, Tennessee
Scott, Video #1 (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ntNxYv6ryCw), Video #2 (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fA1qbsAXVGw)
#227 Lonnie Harvey, NT, Morgan State
Interview (http://www.patriotsdaily.com/2009/03/lonnie-harvey-qa-with-pd/), Video #1 (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JoxFwVxpwAM), Video #2 (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=STi4DT1nE3M)

04-17-2009, 02:57 PM
Miami Dolphins

25. Miami Dolphins – Vontae Davis CB/Illinois
44. Miami Dolphins – Connor Barwin LB/Cincinnati
61. Miami Dolphins – Jared Cook TE/South Carolina
79. Miami Dolphins – Kraig Urbik OG/Wisconsin
108. Miami Dolphins – Mohamed Massaquoi WR/Georgia
127. Miami Dolphins – Zach Follett LB/Cal
161. Miami Dolphins – Captain Munnerlyn CB/South Carolina
179. Miami Dolphins – Glen Coffee RB/Alabama
181. Miami Dolphins – Dan Gay OT/Baylor
214. Miami Dolphins – Nick Reed LB/Oregon
237. Miami Dolphins – Kevin Ogletree WR/Virginia
239. Miami Dolphins – Chris Crane QB/Boston College

Colts Receive:
#56 Overall

Dolphins Receive:

#61 Overall
#127 Overall

Dolphins Receive:
#79 Overall
#179 Overall
RB Chris Perry

Bengals Receive:
#87 Overall
DB Jason Allen

04-17-2009, 03:12 PM

Denver Receives:


DE Jamaal Anderson

Atlanta Receives:

#79 Overall (Traded to Miami who selected Kraig Urbik)


Browns Receive:

DT Marcus Thomas
#48 Overall (traded to Ari who took LeSean McCoy)

Broncos Receive:
DT Shaun Rogers


Broncos Receive:

#168 Overall (Marcus Thigpen)

Vikings Receive:

C Casey Wiegmann


12. Denver Broncos – Malcolm Jenkins DB/Ohio State
18. Denver Broncos (f/ CHI) - Rey Maualuga LB/USC
84. Denver Broncos (f/ CHI) - Rhett Bomar QB/Sam Houston State
107. Denver Broncos (f/ JAC) – Sherrod Martin CB/Troy
168. Denver Broncos (f/ MIN through PIT) – Marcus Thigpen RB/Indiana
185. Denver Broncos – Dorrell Scott DT/Clemson
225. Denver Broncos – Jose Martinez K/UTEP
235. Denver Broncos (f/ ATL) – Andy Kemp G/Wisconsin

Summary - Denver starts its new regime at both head coach and QB. Although an offensive mind the current Denver Broncos Defense had no pieces needed to run a 3-4 scheme so we would need to build it through the draft. We stated this process right away by trading for Jamaal Anderson ,whom busted in Atlanta, for a 3rd round pick. We believe he busted because he was miscast as a 4-3 pass rusher. He has the size and run stuffing ability to play the 3-4 DE in our scheme. Soon after we acquired disgruntled bowler NT Shaun Rogers from the Browns who's fit is obvious for a 2nd round pick this freed up our first round pick so we could pass on Raji if he fell that far and Rogers it better than risking Ron Brace to fall to us. Earlier we sent CB Dre Bly away which left a hole at CB and also Champ is no spring chicken either so for these reasons we decided to pick CB Malcom Jenkins out of Ohio State. The concerns over his speed were over exaggerated because of the slow track at Indi this year that said if he does not fit properly in that role he can still be an effective FS which could also be a need. With our second first round pick it was a no brain-er to take Rey Maualuga out of USC he is the best ILB in this draft and he is also a prototype ILB for the 3-4 scheme. That was our last pick until the end of the 3rd round with the pick we acquired from Chicago in the Jay Cutler trade. At this point we needed a developmental prospect to take the place of Jay Cutler this is why we took Rhett Bomar the QB out of Sam Houston State. Bomar has all the things that Coach McDaniels looks for in a QB he has the big arm and is cool in the pocket the two traits that are found in all of his Quarterbacks we still believe in Kyle and Chris but Rhett will be a developmental and insurance policy. With our fourth round pick we traded up with Jacksonville to get a real steal in CB/FS Sherrod Martin out of Troy. I believe he is a tweener who can play both positions. Once we reach the 5th round we are looking more towards special teams and backups the best special return man was there at this pick and it just so happens that the Broncos were 23rd in the league in Kick Return Average. In the 6th round we realized we needed a backup for Shaun Rogers he's a big man an will need a blow once in a while Dorrell Scott has good bulk and is stout at the point of attack and should be an OK relief for Rogers. Matt Prater was 34th that's not a typo 34TH in the league in FG % which means backup Kickers were better than him that means you have to go Jose Martinez will start right away. Finally a guy who will not likely make the team but can be put in at C or OG if he does Andy Kamp.

04-17-2009, 03:44 PM
Oakland Raiders

brought in...
OG Anthony Herrera
DT B.J. Raji
SS William Moore
WR Ramses Barden
DE Henry Melton
WR Jarrett Dillard
QB Jeff Garcia

let go...
FS Michael Huff
OT Cornell Green

04-17-2009, 04:01 PM
Indianapolis Colts

14) WR Jeremy Maclin
56) DT Sen'Derrick Marks
136) DT Myron Pryor
159) RB Kory Sheets
165) S Michael Mitchell
233) QB Nate Davis

- Traded the 27th overall pick, the 92nd overall pick, and CB Marlin Jackson to the New Orleans Saints for the 14th overall pick
- Traded the 61st overall pick and the 127th overall pick to the Miami Dolphins for the 56th overall pick
- Traded RB Mike Hart to the Philadelphia Eagles for the 159th overall pick
- Traded the 201st overall pick to the Arizona Cardinals for RB Edgerrin James
- Traded the 236th overall pick and DT Keyunta Dawson to the Minnesota Vikings for the 233rd overall pick and TE Jeff Dugan

- Released TEs Jeff Dugan and Gijon Robinson

Final Depth Chart
QB: Peyton Manning / Jim Sorgi / Nate Davis
RB: Joseph Addai / Edgerrin James / Kory Sheets / Lance Ball
WR: Reggie Wayne / Anthony Gonzalez / Jeremy Maclin / Pierre Garcon / Sam Giguere / Roy Hall
TE: Dallas Clark / Tom Santi / Jacob Tamme
LT: Tony Ugoh / Charlie Johnson / Michael Toudouze
LG: Ryan Lilja / Steve Justice
OC: Jeff Saturday / Jamey Richard
RG: Mike Pollak / Steve Justice
RT: Ryan Diem / Charlie Johnson / Daniel Federkeil

RE: Dwight Freeney / Marcus Howard
NT: Myron Pryor / Antonio Johnson / Daniel Muir
UT: Sen'Derrick Marks / Eric Foster / Raheem Brock
LE: Robert Mathis / Raheem Brock / Curtis Johnson
WLB: Clint Session / Jordan Senn
MLB: Gary Brackett / Adam Seward
SLB: Philip Wheeler / Tyjuan Hagler
CB: Kelvin Hayden / Dante Hughes / Tim Jennings / Michael Coe / T.J. Rushing
SS: Bob Sanders / Melvin Bullitt / Michael Mitchell
FS: Antoine Bethea / Jaime Silva / Michael Mitchell

K: Adam Vinatieri
P: Hunter Smith
LS: Justin Snow

Indicates player was added via draft or trade

Going into the draft, our biggest need was by far DT, followed in a distant second by WR, then secondary, RB2, MLB, OL, and DE as secondary needs. So, why didn't we get a DT first? Because playmakers like Maclin are rare, and it's even more rare for them to fall out of the top 10 in a weak draft class. Maclin adds a dimension to the Colts offense that it lacked in 2008, providing a deep threat, and while it did cost us one of our starting CBs in Marlin Jackson, we feel that the youth we have at the position is ready to step up, and Keiwan Ratliff, who did an admirable job filling in for Marlin in 2008, is still readily available to us on the free agent market. The problem with selecting Maclin, however, was that it left our biggest need, DT, unaddressed, and that problem was then compounded by an earlier than expected run on DTs, which prompted us to jump up 5 spots in round 2 and grab Sen'Derrick Marks, who we felt was the last of the 2nd round value UTs. This left us without a pick until our compensatory pick to end the 4th round, which we used on Myron Pryor, who we feel can start at NT and provide some pass rush, he's surprisingly quick and disruptive for a player his size. In the 5th round, we used the pick we acquired in trading Mike Hart to the Eagles to select Kory Sheets, who we feel fits our offense much better and has more prototypical size and speed for the RB position in the NFL. Sheets will be used sparingly initially, however, as we used our 6th round pick to bring back former Colt great Edgerrin James to help correct the poor run game we had in 2008. With our second fifth round pick, we selected Michael Mitchell, whose physicality and speed is somewhat reminiscent of Bob Sanders. He'll start out on special teams and be given every opportunity to work his way up. With our final pick of the draft, we decided to invest in the long term future, picking up Nate Davis, who we feel has all the tools to be a successful starting NFL QB at some point in his career, and will be given the opportunity to study the offense and learn behind one of the best QBs in NFL history.

04-17-2009, 11:26 PM
Players Acquired
Kyle Kosier - Trade
Barry Sims - Trade
Leonard Pope - Trade
John Wade - Trade
Jeremy Trueblood - Trade
Todd Heap - Trade
Yamon Figurs - Trade
Michael Spurlock - Trade
Jason David - Trade
Alan Branch - Trade
Casey Wiegmann - Trade
Vince Manuwai - Trade
Turk McBride - Trade
Reggie Brown - Trade
Larry English - Draft
Troy Kropog - Draft
Jonathan Casillas - Draft
Chris Clemons - Draft
Ryan Folwer - Trade
Jameel Cook - Trade
Jared Bronson - Draft
Brandon Frye - Trade
Keyunta Dawson - Trade

Players Lost
Brian Robison - Trade
Visanthe Shiancoe - Trade
Anthony Herrera - Trade
Kenechi Udeze - Trade
Garrett Mills - Trade
Jaymar Johnson - Trade
Ryan Cook - Trade
Fred Evans - Trade
Jeff Dugan - Trade

For full details check the trade thread

Draft Picks
1(26) Larry English
3(73) Troy Kropog
5(158) Jonathan Casillas
6(201) Chris Clemons
7(236) Jared Bronson

Todd Bertuzzi
04-18-2009, 12:57 AM

Draft Picks:
21. Hakeem Nicks, WR, UNC
28. Donald Brown, RB, UConn
37. William Beatty, OT, UConn
90. Chase Coffman TE, Missouri
121. Mitch King, DT, Iowa
144. Scott McKillop, LB, Pitt
153. Derek Pegues, S, Miss St.
157. Cary Harris, CB, USC
194. Moise Fokou, LB, Maryland
195. Brannan Southerland, FB, Georgia

1)pick 159 for RB Mike Hart
2)picks 53 and 85 for pick 37
3)picks 92 and 230 for pick 90
4)pick 141 and LB Omar Gaither for pick 92
5)WR Reggie Brown for pick 144 and WR Jaymar Johnson

04-18-2009, 01:40 AM

1. Traded CB Jason David to the Minnesota Vikings for #216 (7th) and #219 (7th).
2. Traded #14 to the Indianapolis Colts for #27, #92 (3rd) & CB Marlin Jackson.
3. Traded #92 (3rd) to the Philadelphia Eagles for #141 (5th) and LB Omar Gaither.

1st - 27.) Louis Delmas, S, Western Michigan
4th - 116.) James Davis, RB, Clemson
4th - 118.) Tyrone McKenzie, LB, USF
5th - 141.) Trimane Goddard, S, North Carolina
7th - 216.) Jon Cooper, C, Oklahoma
7th - 219.) Robert Brewster, OT, Louisville
7th - 222.) Anthony Heygood, LB, Purdue

Matthew Jones
04-18-2009, 08:03 AM
New England Patriots Draft Picks:

1-023 LB Brian Cushing
2-034 LB Clint Sintim
2-058 SS Patrick Chung
3-069 WR Derrick Williams
3-089 TE Cornelius Ingram
3-095 CB Donald Washington
3-097 OG Antoine Caldwell
4-124 DT Terrance Taylor
5-156 RB Mike Goodson
5-166 OT Joel Bell
5-170 CB Mark Parson
6-199 QB Graham Harrell
6-207 LB Julius Williams
7-234 FB Eric Kettani

- No player trades.

04-18-2009, 03:27 PM
Trades made:

Browns Receive:
DT Marcus Thomas
#48 Overall

Broncos Receive:
DT Shaun Rogers

Browns Receive:
S Dawan Landry
Cb Frank Walker
# 96 Overall

Ravens Receive:
#50 Overall
# 104 Overall

Cowboys Receive:
#95 Overall
#177 Overall

Browns Receive:
RB Tashard Choice


Giants Receive:
WR Braylon Edwards

Browns Receive:
#29 Overall
#60 Overall
WR Mario Manningham

Cardinals Receive:
#48 Overall

Browns Receive:
#63 Overall
#88 Overall
C Pat Ross

Browns Receive:
#78 Overall
#113 Overall

Chargers Receive:
#63 Overal


Picks made:
#5: Aaron Curry, LB, Wake Forest
#29: Darrius Heyward-Bey, WR, Maryland
#36: Ron Brace, NT, Boston College
#60: Lawrence Sidbury Jr., OLB, Richmond
#78: Juaquin Iglesias, WR, Oklahoma
#88: Mike Mickens, CB, Cincinnati
#113: Ricky Jean-Francois, DE, LSU

04-18-2009, 03:31 PM
Seattle Seahawks



Seahawks Receive:

#53 Overall

#85 Overall

Eagles Receive:

#37 Overall

Draft Picks
1 (4) | Michael Crabtree, WR Texas Tech
2 (53) | Jairus Byrd, FS Oregon
3 (68) | Marcus Freeman, WLB Ohio State
3 (85) | Gerald Cadogan, T/G Penn State
4 (105) | Stephen McGee, QB Texas A&M
5 (137) | Javon Ringer, RB Michigan State
6 (178) | Cedric Peerman, RB Virginia
7 (213) | Christopher Owens, CB San Jose State
7 (245) | Emmanuel Cook, SS South Carolina
7 (247) | Eron Riley, WR Duke
7 (248) | Antonio Appleby, MLB Virginia

04-18-2009, 08:00 PM


1. 49ers Receive:
#231 Overall

Vikings Receive:
OT Barry Sims

2. 49ers Receive:
TE Garrett Mills

Vikings Receive:
WR Michael Spurlock
#219 Overall

3. Bengals Receive:
#43 Overall

49ers Receive:
#55 Overall
#106 Overall
#130 Overall

R1 #10. San Francisco 49ers – Michael Oher OT/Ole Miss
R2 #55. San Francisco 49ers (f/ CIN through ATL) – D.J. Moore CB/Vanderbilt
R3 #74. San Francisco 49ers – Cody Brown LB/UConn
R4 #106. San Francisco 49ers (f/ CIN) – Rashad Jennings RB/Liberty
R4 #111. San Francisco 49ers – Frantz Joseph LB/FAU
R4 #130. San Francisco 49ers (f/ CIN through TEN) – Sammie Stroughter WR/Oregon State
R5 #146. San Francisco 49ers – Pat White QB/West Virginia
R5 #171. San Francisco 49ers (comp) – Greg Islander OG/West Virginia
R6 #184. San Francisco 49ers – Stryker Sulak DE/Missouri
R7 #231. San Francisco 49ers (f/ MIN) – C.J. Spillman S/Marshall
R7 #244. San Francisco 49ers (comp) – Bear Pascoe TE/Fresno State

04-18-2009, 08:32 PM

Draft Picks
26- Aaron Maybin LB Penn State
48- LeSean McCoy RB Pittsburgh
57- Max Unger C Oregon
254- Khaliff Mitchell DE East Carolina

Cardinals Receive:
-TE Visanthe Shiancoe

Vikings Receive:
-TE Leonard Pope
-#131 Overall
-#167 Overall


Cardinals Receive:
-DE Kenechi Udeze

Vikings Receive:
-#240 Overall


Cardinals Receive:
-DE Terrell Suggs
-OT Adam Terry
-#26 Overall
-#57 Overall
-#88 Overall
-#162 Overall

Ravens Receive:
-WR Anquan Boldin
-#31 Overall
-#95 Overall
-#205 Overall


Cardinals Receive:
-WR Muhsin Muhammad

Panthers Receive:
-#162 Overall


Cardinals Receive:
-#201 Overall

Colts Receive:
-RB Edgerrin James


Cardinals Receive:
-#22 Overall

Vikings Receive:
-DT Alan Branch
-#26 Overall
-#201 Overall


Cardinals Receive:
-#48 Overall

Browns Receive:
-#63 Overall
-#88 Overall
-C Pat Ross

04-19-2009, 09:33 AM
1. Detriot Lions Matthew Stafford QB/Georgia
20. Detroit Lions (f/ DAL) Robert Ayers DE/Tennessee
33. Detroit Lions Evander Hood DT/Missouri
65. Detroit Lions Andy Levitre OG/Oregon State
82. Detroit Lions (f/ DAL) Darry Beckwith LB/LSU
174. Detroit Lions Deon Butler WR/Penn State
192. Detroit Lions (f/ DAL) Clint McDonald DT/Memphis
255. Detroit Lions (comp) Jarrud Powers CB/Auburn

04-19-2009, 12:08 PM
San Diego Chargers:

1st - Tyson Jackson, DE, LSU - provides a legit DE opposite Castillo. Best value for us at that spot and should start from day 1.

2nd - Andre Brown, RB, NCSU - We wanted to target a RB and Brown was the best one left on the board. We traded our 3rd and 4th round picks to move up to the end of the 2nd. We tried to move back into the 4th, but our trades failed for various reasons.

4th A - Cornelius Lewis, OG, Tennessee State - Started off at Florida State but ran into some trouble. Totally beasted at TSU and I believe he has tons of upside. A bit short for RT, but could be used at either spot on the right side.

4th B - Michael Hamlin, S, Clemson - In my opinion, our steal of the draft based on talent. Could have easily gone two rounds prior and fills a MAJOR hole in the secondary. Has good coverage skills but can support the run as well. He'll compliment Weddle nicely.

5th - Bradley Fletcher, CB, Iowa - A luxury pick probably, but he adds quality depth at corner. Gregory moved to SS and Cletis Gordon is good, but lacks much upside. Fletcher has lots of upside and could project to FS as well.

6th - Worrell Williams, ILB, California - Has a nose for the ball and, in my opinion, will thrive in the 34 where he's protected and able to fly to the ball. Will probably be a situational player for us, but should excell on obvious running plays.

7th - Garrett Reynolds, OT, UNC - I had him as a 5th round guy, so I was thrilled to pick him up in the 7th. Will be a serviceable RT and should be an upgrade over Jeromey Clary. Should team well with Lewis and open some running lanes over the next few years.

04-19-2009, 12:32 PM
NY Giants:

traded picks 29, 60 and Mario Mannigham for Braylon Edwards
-yes, I gave up ALOT. But the fact of the matter is, no WR worth taking would have been there to be our #1 WR, which we so desperately need. It was a move of desperation to fill a need. We had 10 picks entering the draft, and were able to afford giving up some to get our young #1 WR, and steal him away from the Eagles.

traded pick 164 for Darnell Stapleton
- had lots of picks, and gave up a low rounder for a guy who started VERY well for the Super Bowl champs. He's a hometown guy who's versatile and is awesome.


pick 45- Jamon Meridith, OT, South Carolina
- perhaps future replacement if we move DD inside. Our OT depth is horrendous. Could also play some RT if need be, Kareem is aging and injury prone. Good value

pick 91- Courtney Greene, S, Rutgers
- We need a run stuffing safety in the worst way. Hometown kid stays here and teams up with KP21 and Johnson. GREAT value as he's coming off a sub-par senior season after he looked like a day 1 lock after his junior year.

pick 100- Cameron Morrah, TE, Cal
-Big recieving TE to compliment Boss. The more weapons for Eli, the better. Lets us run more 2 TE sets as well.

pick 129- Kaluka Maiava, OLB, USC
-EXCELLENT value. fits our system to a "T". Future replacement for Danny Clark to be alongside Pierce(soon Goff) and Boley.

pick 151- Tyronne Green, OG, Auburn
-Big bodied OG. Needed depth and backup talent as Boothe's big ass wasn't cutting it off the bench.

pick 200- Jeremiah Johnson, RB, Oregon
-I', not comfortable with our current RB situation. If/when Jacobs goes down, it leaves us with just Bradshaw and Ware. JJ has a disgusting stiff arm and good intangibles. Can be a steady ST'er and 4th RB for insurance and talent and depth. LOVE the value here

pick 238- Domonique Edison, WR, SF Austin
- Big tall WR to fight for a roster spot. ANother body to push for competition in camp and let us choose from the best WR's we have. For now, most likely a PS guy who can work his way up

Smokey Joe
04-19-2009, 12:39 PM

1-3) Eugene Monroe, LT - Virginia
3-67) Paul Kruger, DE - Utah
3-80) James Casey, H-Back - Rice
4-102) Brandon Tate, WR - North Carolina
5-164) Brandon Williams, DE - Texas Tech
6-175) Tony Fiametta, FB - Syracuse
7-220) Graham Gano, K - Florida St.
7-256) Victor Butler, OLB/DE - Oregon St.

-DE Tamba Hali and pick 139 to Washington for pick 80.
-OG Brian Waters and pick 212 to Buffalo for WR Roscoe Parrish and pick 220.
-DL Turk McBride to Minnesota for pick 164.

04-19-2009, 02:45 PM

1. Titans Receive:

WR Chad Ocho Cinco

#215 Overall

Bengals Receive:

#62 Overall

#130 Overall

2. Accepted

Vikings Receive:

#239 Overall

Ryan Fowler

Titans Receive:

Fred Evans


30. Alphonso Smith CB/Wake Forest
94. Daniel Ellerbe LB/Georgia
135. DeAndre Levy LB/Wisconsin
173. Demetrius Byrd WR/LSU
203. Rashard Langford S/Vanderbilt
206. Cedric Dockery OG/Texas
215. George Smith WR/Vanderbilt
242: Adrian Grady DT/Louisville

04-19-2009, 07:32 PM
MIN gets: Vince Manuwai / 5th rounder
JAX gets: 4th rounder / 5th rounder
-Getting old man Manuwai who missed 2008 due to injury for a 4th rounder value was too good to pass up on. Charles Spencer is expected to take another step forward.

DEN gets: 4th rounder
JAX gets: 4th rounder / 5th rounder
-Moved down 7 spots, picked up a 5th and still got our guy (Darcel McBath).

Round 1: QB Mark Sanchez, USC
Round 2: WR Brian Robiskie, OSU
Round 3: DT Alex McGee, Purdue
Round 4: S Darcel McBath, Texas Tech
Round 4: LB Jason Williams, Western Illinois
Round 5: OT Xavier Fulton, Illinois
Round 5: CB Ladarius Webb, Nichols St.
Round 6: RB Javarris Williams, Tennessee State
Round 7: DT Everette Pedescleaux, Northern Iowa
Round 7: C Cecil Newton, Tennessee State
Round 7: DE Rulon Davis, Cal

04-19-2009, 07:53 PM
And nevermind ha. Delete my post por favor.

04-19-2009, 07:59 PM
And nevermind ha. Delete my post por favor.
You can add comments if you want.

04-19-2009, 09:16 PM
MIN gets: Vince Manuwai / 4th rounder
JAX gets: 3rd rounder / 4th rounder
-Getting Manuwai who missed 2008 due to injury for a 3rd rounder value was too good to pass up on. Charles Spencer is expected to take another step forward.

DEN gets: 4th rounder
JAX gets: 4th rounder / 5th rounder
-Moved down 7 spots, picked up a 5th and still got our guy (Darcel McBath).

Round 1: QB Mark Sanchez, USC
Round 2: WR Brian Robiskie, OSU
Round 3: DT Alex McGee, Purdue
Round 4: S Darcel McBath, Texas Tech
Round 4: LB Jason Williams, Western Illinois
Round 5: OT Xavier Fulton, Illinois
Round 5: CB Ladarius Webb, Nichols St.
Round 6: RB Javarris Williams, Tennessee State
Round 7: DT Everette Pedescleaux, Northern Iowa
Round 7: C Cecil Newton, Tennessee State
Round 7: DE Rulon Davis, Cal

d-unit u got a late 4th for manuawi and traded down in the 5th not a 3rd and 4th

04-20-2009, 07:37 PM
Atlanta Falcons Moves

Traded Jamaal Anderson to Denver for pick #79.
Traded WR Laurent Robinson to Rams and exchanged picks in round 5 and 6.
Traded pick #79 and moved up from #55 to #38.
Traded pick #90 to move down to #92 and pick up a 7th rounder.

1.(24) Brandon Pettigrew TE
2.(38) Michael Johnson DE
3.(92) David Bruton S
4. (125) Roy Miller NT
5a. (138) Nic Harris OLB
5b. (143) Brandon Underwood CB
6. (176) Andrew Gardner OT
7. (230) Joe Burnett CB/RS