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  • Ozzy
    started a topic Anyone know the status of these injured star prospects?

    Anyone know the status of these injured star prospects?

    Eric Decker- Really interested how he comes back, because if he is what he used to be he is arguably the best jump ball receiver in the up coming draft outside of Dez Bryant and has some of the best hand eye coordination of any receiver in the draft.

    Jermaine Gresham- Huge target that could get down field, easily the best tight end in the nation before he got injured, arguable he would have been a 1st round pick last year. No clue how his injury is progressing at all.

    Stafon Johnson- A less serious of an injury, scary for what it could have been but unlike most it does not have to do with his legs or knees. Hope he can come back strong.

    James Starks: Loved him and he did not play at all this season, wondering if he still has that quickness with his great size and strength.

    Greg Hardy: Always seems to be injured, really will be interesting to see how he does. So risky to take him.

    Sean Lee: Played this year but I am curious if he is fully back or not.

  • Ozzy
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    Who is Craig Cooper? Never heard of him. What school, position and what not is he? Is he a top prospect?
    Really? Never heard for him? He is a RB prospect on the Miami Hurricanes. He was supposed to be a star, but really is just a speed back, a little small, not that tough but has big play potential. But so did Shawnberry McNeal and he transfered to SMU and ripped it up.

    Cooper is a decent prospect though and he did get injured this season, not sure of his status.

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  • wogitalia
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    What about Craig Cooper, anyone???
    Who is Craig Cooper? Never heard of him. What school, position and what not is he? Is he a top prospect?

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  • brasho
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    Originally posted by J-Mike88 View Post
    Is Cooper out for a year?
    He is done from what I have heard.

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  • brasho
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    Originally posted by dabears10 View Post
    Decker is listed at 6'2 205. Muhammad is listed at 6'2 215. Seems to be a very fair comparison.
    Muhammad might be listed at 215 but he hasn't seen that weight in years. His lower body is thick and he is a power receiver, like Demaryius Thomas. Decker is more finesse and angular, more of a route-running catch and fall-type WR like Housmanzadeh even though he is LISTED as bigger.

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  • J-Mike88
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    Originally posted by J-Mike88 View Post
    What about Craig Cooper, anyone???
    Is Cooper out for a year?

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  • Babylon
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    Originally posted by Job View Post
    Clausen > Locker and Mallett. And Jesus.
    Clausen is better than Locker, Mallett and Tebow?

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  • Job
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    Originally posted by Ozzy View Post
    I forgot about Sam Bradford. Ok I did not like the kid before the injury, now you got a shoulder issue on your throwing arm? Quite a big deal if I do say so myself. Sure the kid has leadership qualities but I have never liked how he threw a football. Be surprised to see how he does but I am not sure he is worth a high 1st round pick which is where he will be drafted. Is Seattle or Washington better off with having him as the single caller and the future? I would say no.

    Let me just say Locker and Mallet > Clausen and Bradford.


    Using a high pick on a quarterback, not sure the two in this draft are worth it. When guys like Snead, Pike etc could turn out to be just as good as they are and you can get them in the 2nd round and get others later than that.


    Just a though, doubt Bradford's arm is better since the injury.
    Clausen > Locker and Mallett. And Jesus.

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  • SchizophrenicBatman
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    Eric Decker had his surgery in October performed by the Panthers' team doctor. I think this is of note because Jonathan Stewart had his foot surgery done by the same guy prior to the draft he was taken in as well

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  • underscore
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    Sean Lee's ACL knee is fine...came back with a vengeance, then sprained his other knee which bothered him half the season. He still put up a good season.

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  • Babylon
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    Originally posted by Ozzy View Post
    I forgot about Sam Bradford. Ok I did not like the kid before the injury, now you got a shoulder issue on your throwing arm? Quite a big deal if I do say so myself. Sure the kid has leadership qualities but I have never liked how he threw a football. Be surprised to see how he does but I am not sure he is worth a high 1st round pick which is where he will be drafted. Is Seattle or Washington better off with having him as the single caller and the future? I would say no.

    Let me just say Locker and Mallet > Clausen and Bradford.


    Using a high pick on a quarterback, not sure the two in this draft are worth it. When guys like Snead, Pike etc could turn out to be just as good as they are and you can get them in the 2nd round and get others later than that.


    Just a though, doubt Bradford's arm is better since the injury.
    I agree the QBs shouldnt be coming off the top of the draft. Probably starting with Buffalo at #9 would be the earliest for me.

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  • Ozzy
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    I forgot about Sam Bradford. Ok I did not like the kid before the injury, now you got a shoulder issue on your throwing arm? Quite a big deal if I do say so myself. Sure the kid has leadership qualities but I have never liked how he threw a football. Be surprised to see how he does but I am not sure he is worth a high 1st round pick which is where he will be drafted. Is Seattle or Washington better off with having him as the single caller and the future? I would say no.

    Let me just say Locker and Mallet > Clausen and Bradford.


    Using a high pick on a quarterback, not sure the two in this draft are worth it. When guys like Snead, Pike etc could turn out to be just as good as they are and you can get them in the 2nd round and get others later than that.


    Just a though, doubt Bradford's arm is better since the injury.

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  • Giantsfan1080
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    Moose used to have better hands in his prime. I don't know how but over the years his ability to catch the football has gone down.

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  • Ozzy
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    Decker and Muhammed is a pretty good comparison however I must say Decker is more skilled than Muhammed and Muhammed is more physical than Decker.

    Decker is a route runner and uses his hands to catch the ball, Muhammed is a big target but at times does not show the best hands catching the football.

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  • dabears10
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    Originally posted by brasho View Post
    I don't see how the tall/angular Decker can be compared to Muhammad, Jurevicius maybe, Muhammad to Demaryius Thomas is closer IMO.
    Decker is listed at 6'2 205. Muhammad is listed at 6'2 215. Seems to be a very fair comparison.

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