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Old 04-28-2008, 06:26 PM    (permalink
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QB (3):
1. *Aaron Rodgers*
2. *Brian Brohm*
3. *Matt Flynn*

This group has amazing potential. All Thompson guys, that all fit the system well. Jerry Babb and Dalton Bell don't make the cut, and the only way I could see Flynn getting cut is if they sign a veteran.

RB (3):
1. -Ryan Grant-
2. *Brandon Jackson*
3. *DeShawn Wynn*

This was a position that was expected to be upgraded on Draft Day, but it surprisingly wasn't. I think that speaks volumes on how high Thompson is on this group. Morency and Herron will create great competition, but as long as Wynn can stay healthy, I feel confident he'll stay.

FB (2):
1. *Korey Hall*
2. *Kregg Lumpkin*

This prediction will be surprising to some. John Kuhn is a very good player, but I'm extremely high on Lumpkin. He has injury problems, but like Wynn, if he can stay healthy, he should push Kuhn to the limit for the backup job. He needs to put on 10-15 pounds, but at 6'1, he has tremendous potential.

WR (6):
1. Donald Driver
2. *Greg Jennings*
3. *James Jones*
4. *Jordy Nelson*
5. -Koren Robinson-
6. -Ruvell Martin-

This will also be an interesting position to watch in camp. Driver, Jennings, Jones, and Nelson are locks, along with one of either Robinson or Martin. I think Robinson and Martin are both more than worthy to make the final 53, but it may depend on what Thompson wants to do. I think Rodgers will be given as many weapons as possible.

TE (2):
1. Donald Lee
2. *Jermichael Finley*

Not much of an argument with these two guys; what will but done with Tory Humphrey will be interesting because I know the Packers are high on him (maybe practice squad).

OL (10):
1. *Allen Barbre*
2. Chad Clifton
3. *Daryn Colledge*
4. *Junius Coston*
5. *Breno Giacomini*
6. *Tony Moll*
7. *Josh Sitton*
8. *Jason Spitz*
9. Mark Tauscher
10. Scott Wells

I think this group is pretty solid and will continue to improve. Clifton, Colledge, Wells, Tauscher, and Spitz should be the starters barring injuries, with Sitton, Moll, Giacomini, Coston, and Barbre providing tremendous depth.

DL (9):
1. Colin Cole
2. Kabeer Gbaja- Biamila
3. *Justin Harrell*
4. Cullen Jenkins
5. *Johnny Jolly*
6. Aaron Kampman
7. -Ryan Pickett-
8. *Jeremy Thompson*
9. *Michael Montgomery*/-Jason Hunter-

Another solid group. Cole, Harrell, Jenkins, Kampman, Pickett, Thompson, and Jolly should be locks. I think of Montgomery, Hunter, and Gbaja-Biamila, two of them make it.

LB (7):
1. Nick Barnett
2. -Brandon Chillar-
3. *Brady Poppinga*
4. *AJ Hawk*
5. *Abdul Hodge*
6. *Danny Lansanah*/*Desmond Bishop
7. -Tracy White-

Barnett, Chillar, Poppinga, Hawk, and White are locks. White mainly because of his special teams prowess. Hodge's spot is his to take, it's just a matter of whether he can stay healthy. I feel Lansanah and Desmond Bishop will battle it out for another ST spot.

DB (8):
1. -Atari Bigby-
2. *Will Blackmon*
3. *Nick Collins*
4. Al Harris
5. *Patrick Lee*
6. *Aaron Rouse*
7. *Tramon Williams*
8. -Charles Woodson-

I think everyone will applaud when Jarrett Bush is gone. The rest of this group should be pretty set in stone.

ST (3):
1. *Mason Crosby- K*
2. *Ken Debauche- P*
3. *J.J. Jansen- LS*

Crosby is a lock, the punter and long snapper's spot will provide great competition. Jansen was an All-Pro long snapper at Notre Dame, and Debauche has a great leg. The battle between him and Ryan should go down to the wire, much like Crosby's competition last year.

Offense: 26
Defense: 24
Special Teams: 3

Many of you were wondering about the stars. I thought I'd just toss in this fun fact which indicates the players TT's brought in since he arrives in January of 2005. Here's that breakdown:

Players TT has drafted or signed as undrafted free agents since '05: 35
Players TT has brought in via free agency since '05: 7
Players that remain on the roster from the Sherman era: 11
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QB 1: Aaron Rodgers
QB 2: Brian Brohm
QB 3: Matt Flynn

RB 1: Ryan Grant
RB 2: DeShawn Wynn
RB 3: Brandon Jackson
RB 4: Vernand Morency

FB 1: Korey Hall
FB 2: John Kuhn

TE 1: Donald Lee
TE 2: JerMichael Finley

WR 1: Donald Driver
WR 2: Greg Jennings
WR 3: James Jones
WR 4: Jordy Nelson
WR 5: Ruvell Martin
WR 6: Koren Robinson

OL 1: Chad Clifton
OL 2: Mark Tauscher
OL 3: Scott Wells
OL 4: Jason Spitz
OL 5: Daryn Colledge
OL 6: Junius Coston
OL 7: Allen Barbre
OL 8: Josh Sitton
OL 9: Breno Giacomani
OL 10: Tony Moll

DE 1: Aaron Kampman
DE 2: Cullen Jenkins
DE 3: KGB
DE 4: Jeremy Thompson
DE 5: Jason Hunter

DT 1: Ryan Pickett
DT 2: Johnny Jolly
DT 3: Colin Cole
DT 4: Justin Harrell
DT 5: Daniel Muir

LB 1: Nick Barnett
LB 2: AJ Hawk
LB 3: Brandon Chillar
LB 4: Brady Poppinga
LB 5: Abdul Hodge
LB 6: Tracy White

CB 1: Al Harris
CB 2: Charles Woodson
CB 3: Tramon Williams
CB 4: Will Blackmon
CB 5: Patrick Lee

S 1: Atari Bigby
S 2: Nick Collins
S 3: Aaron Rouse
S 4: Charlie Peprah

K: Mason Crosby
P: Jon Ryan
LS: Thomas Gafford

QB: Aaron Rodgers/Brian Brohm/Matt Flynn
RB: Ryan Grant/DeShawn Wynn/Brandon Jackson/Vernand Morency
FB: Korey Hall/John Kuhn
TE: Donald Lee/JerMichael Finley
WR: Donald Driver/Jordy Nelson/Ruvell Martin
WR: Greg Jennings/James Jones/Koren Robinson
LT: Chad Clifton/Daryn Colledge/Breno Giacomani
LG: Junius Coston/Josh Sitton/
C: Scott Wells/Jason Spitz
RG: Jason Spitz/Daryn Colledge/Allen Barbre
RT: Mark Tauscher/Tony Moll/Daryn Colledge

RE: Cullen Jenkins/KGB/Jeremy Thompson
NT: Ryan Pickett/Justin Harrell/Colin Cole
DT: Johnny Jolly/Justin Harrell
LE: Aaron Kampman/Jeremy Thompson/Jason Hunter
SLB: Brady Poppinga/Brandon Chillar/Tracy White
MLB: Nick Barnett/Abdul Hodge/Brandon Chillar
WLB: AJ Hawk/Brandon Chillar
CB: Al Harris/Patrick Lee/Will Blackmon
SS: Atari Bigby/Aaron Rouse
FS: Nick Collins/Aaron Rouse/Charlie Peprah
CB: Charles Woodson/Tramon Williams

K: Mason Crosby
P: John Ryan
LS: Thomas Gafford
KR: Koren Robinson/Tramon Williams/Will Blackmon
PR: Tramon Williams/Will Blackmon/Charles Woodson
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How I see our 53 man Depth Chart. There were some really tough cuts, but the roster shows no mercy. I am thinking some of this year's draft picks will be practice squad guys, so they'll be around. As guys are listed on the depth chart more than once, I bolded all the guys in their initial slot.

(OFF: 25)
3 QB: Aaron Rodgers, Brian Brohm, Matt Flynn
3 RB: Ryan Grant, Brandon Jackson, Vernand Morency
2 FB: Korey Hall, John Kuhn
6 WR: Donald Driver, Greg Jennings, James Jones, Jordy Nelson (He very well might be the #3 by the end of the year, but JJ has a strong body and isn't a rookie), Koren Robinson (My only concern on Koren is his knee. If it continues to be a problem, there is always Brett Swain waiting to be the team speedster), Ruvell Martin
2 TE: Donald Lee, JerMichael Finley, John Kuhn
2 LT: Chad Clifton, Daryn Colledge, Allen Barbre
2 LG: Daryn Colledge, Junius Coston, Allen Barbre
2 OC: Scott Wells, Jason Spitz, Josh Sitton
1 RG: Jason Spitz, Junius Coston, Josh Sitton
2 RT: Mark Tauscher, Orrin Thompson (I'm not 100% on this given Breno and the guys coming back from injury, but I'm going with Orrin as I want to see the brothers tear it up for at least a season this year), Josh Sitton

(DEF:25)
3 DE: Cullen Jenkins, Kabeer Gbaja-Biamila (maybe), Jason Hunter (Hunter benefits from his impact on special teams. Montgomery can block kicks, but his health and production make him upgradeable with Jeremy Thompson)
3 DT: Ryan Pickett, Colin Cole, Johnny Jolly (When does he come back from the surgery? If he is fully healthy, I think he'll start over Harrell, but they might bring him back slowly given how much depth they have. Could be PuP to start, which would keep Mike Montgomery)
2 DT: Justin Harrell, Daniel Muir, Johnny Jolly
2 LE: Aaron Kampman, Jeremy Thompson
2 WILL: AJ Hawk, Tracy White (This could always go to Bishop, but Tracy White is a key in the special teams game and TT and MM want to have the best special teams in the league)
2 MIKE: Nick Barnett, Abdul Hodge/Desmond Bishop (not sure which stays, but I think only one stays)
2 SAM: Brady Poppinga (at least on first down), Brandon Chillar
5 CB: Al Harris, Charles Woodson, Will Blackmon, Patrick Lee, Tramon Williams
2 FS: Nick Collins, Tyrone Culver (I hope Culver comes back from injury, but I wouldn't be surprised to see a trade for a safety or a UDFA like David Roach earning a roster spot this year)
2 SS: Aaron Rouse, Atari Bigby (if Bigby starts at SS, maybe Rouse challenges for the FS), Josh Barrett (I know, just wishful thinking)

(ST:3)
K: Mason Crosby
P: Jon Ryan
KR: Koren Robinson, Tramon Williams. This looks OK, but so many of the new guys have returner potential, it's hard to choose.
PR: Will Blackmon, Tramon Williams
LS: JJ Jansen. He beats out Gafford and continues to never have a mis-snap during his entire Packers career. A shame Jermichael or Sitton can't LS. Looks like a good guy is gonna get cut due to needing a snapper.
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53 Man Roster:

QB: A-Rod, Brohm, Flynn
RB: Grant, BJax, Morency
FB: Hall, Kuhn
TE: Lee, JerMike, Humphrey
WR: Driver, Jones, Martin
WR: Jennings, Nelson, Quinn

LT: Clifton, Colledge, Breno
LG: Barbre, Coston
C: Wells, Spitz
RG: Spitz, Sitton
RT: Tausch, Barbre, Breno

DE: Kampman, Thompson
DE: Jenkins, Montgomery, KGB
DT: Pickett, Harrell ( ~ PUP)
DT: Jolly, Jenkins, Cole

WLB: Hawk, Danny Lansanah
MLB: Barnett, Bishop
SLB: Chillar, Popps, Lansanah

CB: Harris, Tramon, Lee
CB: Woody, Blackmon, Collins
FS: Collins, Rouse
SS: Bigby, Peprah

LS: Jansen
PK: Crosby
P: Ryan

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Greg Jennings is our #1 WR. He's a star.......... Rodgers will look to him more like Favre forced too many towards Driver...... Rodgers to Jennings.... Touchdown !
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Rouse will steal Collins' starting spot. Hes just a better player.
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QBs
1) Aaron Rodgers
2) Brian Brohm
3) Matt Flynn

RBs
4) Ryan Grant
5) Brandon Jackson
6) DeShawn Wynn

FBs
7) Korey Hall
8) John Kuhn

TEs
9) Donald Lee
10) Jermichael Finley
11) Tory Humphrey

WRs
12) Donald Driver
13) Greg Jennings
14) James Jones
15) Jordy Nelson
16) Ruvell Martin

OLs
17) Chad Clifton
18) Mark Tauscher
19) Scott Wells
20) Jason Spitz
21) Daryn Colledge
22) Allen Barbre
23) Breno Giacomini
24) Josh Sitton
25) Tony Moll
26) Orrin Thompson

DLs
27) Aaron Kampman
28) Ryan Pickett
29) Cullen Jenkins
30) Justin Harrell
31) Johnny Jolly
32) Jeremy Thompson
33) Colin Cole
34) Kabeer Gbaja-Biamila
35) Daniel Muir

LBs
36) Nick Barnett
37) A.J. Hawk
38) Brady Poppinga
39) Brandon Chillar
40) Desmond Bishop
41) Tracy White

CBs
42) Al Harris
43) Charles Woodson
44) Pat Lee
45) Tramon Williams
46) Will Blackmon

Ss
47) Atari Bigby
48) Nick Collins
49) Aaron Rouse
50) Charlie Peprah

Ks
51) Mason Crosby

Ps
52) Jon Ryan

LS
53) Thomas Gafford
Well I just started from the top and when I was finished I came up with 53 on the head which kind of suprised me!

Now for some of my reasoning:

QBs - Obviously Rodgers is the guy here. Brohm was one of our 2nd round picks and I think that if Rodgers does do well then Brohm will be trade bait at a future date. Which leads me to Flynn, I don't think he'll ever be anything more than a backup but I think he can carve out a niche for us and be the "Doug Peterson/Craig Nall" for us during the post-Favre era.

RBs - Grant really stepped up and made RB not a huge need for us anymore. I think that Jackson has gotten better and he started to run harder late in the year last year. Wynn still has some potential and I think he's a better runner then Herron is in our zone blocking scheme.

FB - Hall is the athletic guy while Kuhn is the pounder. Hall is also a key special teams guy.

TEs - I went with 3 TEs because the coaches are still high on Humphrey. I really like Finley but I think we'll use a rotation for the #2 TE spot behind Lee.

WRs - This was a little tougher one since we drafted 2 WRs this year and we have such great depth now at the position. The final spot for me came down to Martin and Swain. I think that Swain has some potential and could be a descent #4 or #5 WR for us in the future but Martin is proven and his size creates matchups. If Nelson shows that he can contribute right away then he could become our "big" which I think might allow Swain to make the team.

OLs - I went heavy here because both guard spots are still wide open plus we need depth at tackle quite badly. Breno Giacomini has looked great at the OTAs so far but he's still a project. Sitton might be iffy but I can't see cutting a 4th round pick this early on. In the long run he might be our RG of the future. Moll might be on the bubble as well. Orrin Thompson is our only other true tackle aside from Clifton/Tauscher.

DLs - This was another tough one. We have alot of talent here so some guys had to miss the cut. I was torn between Conrad Bolston, Alfred Malone, Jason Hunter, and Michael Montgomery. In the end I just liked Muir more because he is more like Corey Williams in that he plays the 3-technique. Bolston and Malone are more like NTs and we already have several guys like Pickett, Harrell, Jolly, and even Cole that can play NT. Hunter misses out because he doesn't play much on defense and we have several other guys who have became good special teamers. Montgomery is in a contact year and just hasn't really shown much development. He's descent in releif but Jeremy Thompson needs to get his chance. I don't like going thin at DE and I think that either Hunter/Montgomery might make it this year but if KGB can come back healthy I think we'll be fine.

LBs - Abdul Hodge is the odd man out here. He hasn't stayed healthy while Bishop has shown that he is a capable backup. Chillar adds depth if he starts or not and White is another one of those good special teams guys for us.

CBs - A thin group but I like Tramon Williams, Pat Lee, and Will Blackmon. Williams IMO is better than Jarrett Bush plus he is a good return man. Lee might be our nickleback from the start and Blackmon, if he can stay healthy, should be solid. Plus Blackmon could be our punt returner.

Ss - Bigby should start again at SS but I think that the FS job is up in the air. I'd love to see Rouse start and maybe even move Collins back to CB. But either way I think we only go with 4 safetys. Culver has shown some skills but he's nothing more than a backup. Peprah seems to be a coaches favorite and he can play both safety positions.

K - Crosby is a stud, end of story.

P - Ryan has improved every year but he needs to become more consistant. This is his last year to prove he can be the guy before we need to start looking again.

LS - From what I heard is that the staff really likes J.J. Jansen but Thomas Gafford was here last year and with the Seahawks before that but he has never played in an NFL game. He knows the routine which is why I think he has the edge on Jansen right now. But Jansen seems to have more of an upside and he was reportedly a "priority" UDFA signing for us after the draft. Overall I'd rather see Scott Wells or someone else learn to long snap so we don't have to "waste" a roster spot on a LS.
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Offense(25)

QB:
1. Aaron Rodgers
2. Brian Brohm
3. Matt Flynn

RB:
1. Ryan Grant
2. Brandon Jackson
3. Vernand Morency

FB:
1. Korey Hall
2. John Kuhn

WR:
1. Donald Driver
2. Greg Jennings
3. James Jones
4. Jordy Nelson
5. Ruvell Martin

TE:
1. Donald Lee
2. Jermichael Finely
3. Tory Humphrey

OT:
1. Chad Clifton
2. Mark Tauscher
3. Daryn Colledge
4. Breno Giacomini

OG:
1. Allen Barbre
2. Jason Sptiz
3. Junius Coston
4. Josh Sitton

OC:
1. Scott Wells
2. Jason Spitz

Defense (25)

DE:
1. Aaron Kampman
2. Cullen Jenkins
3. Kabeer Gbaja-Biamila
4. Jeremy Thompson
5. Michael Montgomery

DT:
1. Ryan Pickett
2. Justin Harrell
3. Johnny Jolly
4. Colin Cole
5. Daniel Muir

OLB:
1. AJ Hawk
2. Brady Poppinga
3. Desmond Bishop
4. Tracy White

MLB:
1. Nick Barnett
2. Brandon Chillar


CB:
1. Al Harris
2. Charles Woodson
3. Tramon Williams
4. Pat Lee
5. Will Blackmon

S:
1. Nick Collins
2. Atari Bigby
3. Aaron Rouse
4. Tyrone Culver

Special Teams(3)

KR:
1. Will Blackmon
2. Jordy Nelson

PR:
1.Will Blackmon

K:
1.Mason Crosby

P:
1.Jon Ryan

LS:
1. J.J. Jansen

Practice Squad:
1. Kregg Lumpkin
2. Evan Moore
3. Jake Allen
4. Alfred Malone
5. Kyle Ward
6. Brett Swain
7. ???
8. ???
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QB : Aaron Rodgers | Brian Brohm | Matt Flynn

RB : Ryan Grant | Brandon Jackson | Vernand Morency

FB : Korey Hall | John Kuhn

WR : Donald Driver | Greg Jennings | James Jones | Ruvell Martin | Jordy Nelson

TE : Donald Lee | Jermichael Finley | Tory Humphrey

OL : Chad Clifton | Mark Tauscher | Daryn Colledge | Jason Spitz | Scott Wells | Josh Sitton | Tony Moll | Allen Barbre

DL : Aaron Kampman | Cullen Jenkins | Ryan Pickett | Johnny Jolly | Justin Harrell | Colin Cole | Michael Montgomery | Jeremy Thompson | Kabeer-Gbaja Biamila | Daniel Muir | Jason Hunter

LB : AJ Hawk | Nick Barnett | Brandon Chillar | Brady Poppinga | Desmond Bishop | Tracy White

CB : Al Harris | Charles Woodson | Tramon Williams | Pat Lee | Will Blackmon

S : Atari Bigby | Nick Collins | Aaron Rouse | Charlie Peprah

K : Mason Crosby

P : Jon Ryan

LS : J.J. Jansen
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How did this get stickied?

Anyways, my roster spot power rankings:

1. Aaron Kampman
2. Nick Barnett
3. AJ Hawk
4. Greg Jennings
5. Aaron Rodgers
6. Al Harris
7. Charles Woodson
8. Ryan Grant
9. Donald Driver
10. Mark Tauscher
11. Ryan Pickett
12. Chad Clifton
13. Johnny Jolly
14. Cullen Jenkins
15. Atari Bigby
16. Mason Crosby
17. Scott Wells
18. Brandon Jackson
19. Jason Spitz
20. Brady Poppinga
21. Colin Cole
22. Jordy Nelson
23. Donald Lee
24. Brian Brohm
25. Brandon Chillar
26. Nick Collins
27. Tracy White
28. Pat Lee
29. James Jones
30. Korey Hall
31. Aaron Rouse
32. Jason Hunter
33. Josh Sitton
34. Kabeer Gbaja Biamila
35. Tramon Williams
36. Jon Ryan
37. Daniel Muir
38. Mike Montgomery
39. Daryn Colledge
40. John Kuhn
41. Will Blackmon
42. Ruvell Martin
43. JerMichael Finley
44. Allen Barbre
45. Jeremy Thompson
46. JJ Jansen
47. Junius Coston
48. Tony Moll
49. Vernand Morency
50. Abdul Hodge
51. Matt Flynn
52. Noah Herron
53. Tory Humphrey
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Next 10
1. Conrad Bolston
2. Charlie Peprah
3. Kregg Lumpkin
4. Alfred Malone
5. Desmond Bishop
6. Orrin Thompson
7. Brett Swain
8. Jarrett Bush
9. Tyrone Culver
10. Rodney Allen

Really 1-46 are pretty much set to make the roster without worry. 47-53 are fighting for spots with 1-5 of the next 10 being the real threats to take them.
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a near perennial ten sack player as the 34th best on the team? Sure, he's one dimensional, but he's better than that.
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a near perennial ten sack player as the 34th best on the team? Sure, he's one dimensional, but he's better than that.
It's not in order of how good they are, but in order of how secure their roster spot is. I took in many different factors in determining how to decide that. KGB's age and injury puts him lower on the list while Jordy Nelson being a high draft pick puts him pretty high. I'm not at all one of those who is down on KGB, in fact I have defended him quite often this offseason. KGB is a better player than say Pat Lee, but KGB's chances of getting cut are higher. That's what I was going for.


EDIT: Also I find it strange that if you were thinking it was ranked by best player that you picked out KGB at 34. Aaron Rodgers is 5th, Brandon Jackson 18th, Tracy White is 27th, and KGB is the one you would have had a problem with?
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Why not? Im crazy bored.

QB
1) Aaron Rodgers
2) Brian Brohm*
3) Matt Flynn*

RB
1) Ryan Grant
2) Brandon Jackson
3) Vernand Morency

FB
1) Korey Hall
2) John Kuhn

WR
1) Donald Driver
2) Greg Jennings
3) James Jones
4) Jordy Nelson
5) Ruvell Martin

TE
1) Donald Lee
2) Tory Humphrey
3) JerMichael Finley*

OT
1) Chad Clifton
2) Mark Tauscher
3) Tony Moll
4) Breno Giacamoni*

OG
1) Jason Spitz
2) Daryn Colledge
3) Josh Sitton*
4) Allen Barbre

OC
1) Scott Wells

DE
1) Aaron Kampman
2) Cullen Jenkins
3) Kabeer Gbaja-Biamila
4) Michael Montgomery
5) Jeremy Thompson*

DT
1) Ryan Pickett
2) Johnny Jolly
3) Justin Harrell (PUP, dont think he counts against 53)
4) Colin Cole
5) Daniel Muir

OLB
1) AJ Hawk
2) Brady Poppinga
3) Brandon Chillar
4) Tracy White

ILB
1) Nick Barnett
2) Abdul Hodge
3) Desmond Bishop

CB
1) Al Harris
2) Charles Woodson
3) Tramon Williams
4) Will Blackmon
5) Pat Lee*

FS
1) Nick Collins
2) Aaron Rouse

SS
1) Atari Bigby
2) Charlie Peprah

K
1) Mason Crosby

P
1) Jon Ryan

LS
1) JJ Jansen
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Alright here are my final picks.

QB (3): Aaron Rodgers, Matt Flynn, Brian Brohm
RB (4): Ryan Grant, Brandon Jackson, Noah Herron, Vernand Morency
FB (2): Korey Hall, John Kuhn
TE (2): Donald Lee, JerMichael Finley
WR (5): Donald Driver, Greg Jennings, James Jones, Ruvell Martin, Jordy Nelson
OL (9): Chad Clifton, Daryn Colledge, Scott Wells, Jason Spitz, Mark Tauscher, Josh Sitton, Junius Coston, Tony Moll, Allen Barbre

DE (6): Aaron Kampman, Cullen Jenkins, KGB, Mike Montgomery, Jason Hunter, Jeremy Thompson
DT (5): Ryan Pickett, Johnny Jolly, Colin Cole, Daniel Muir
LB (6): AJ Hawk, Nick Barnett, Brady Poppinga, Brandon Chillar, Tracy White, Abdul Hodge
CB (5): Al Harris, Charles Woodson, Tramon Williams, Will Blackmon, Pat Lee
S (4): Atari Bigby, Nick Collins, Aaron Rouse, Charlie Peprah

K (1): Mason Crosby
P (1): Jon Ryan
LS (1): JJ Jansen/other

Final Cut: Desmond Bishop (After I went through the first time then counted them up I had 54, had to get rid of one and that's him)

Just Missed: Conrad Bolston, Tory Humphrey, Alfred Malone, Kregg Lumpkin, Tyrone Culver
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Dang, you're right I forgot him. I guess that's it for Bolston. Hard to only go with 4 DTs, but I don't know who else to take out. With Jenkins moving to DT on passing downs as well as using Montgomery a little at tackle we could be alright though.
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Dang, you're right I forgot him. I guess that's it for Bolston. Hard to only go with 4 DTs, but I don't know who else to take out. With Jenkins moving to DT on passing downs as well as using Montgomery a little at tackle we could be alright though.
Yeah, it could work out. Needless to say, major injuries on the defensive line are the last thing we'll need this year. That and I really, really hate the idea of cutting Bishop, but I guess its likely that either him or Hodge have to go this offseason. Damn.
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Hey Pack fans, just wondering what can I expect from Daniel Muir? He's a 6'2" 298 pass rusher from what I've read (which I'm liking so far), but I'm curious as to what you guys think he's capable of having watched him. Is he capable of starting or is he more of a rotational player? Does he shoot gaps and get into the backfield often? Does he hold his own against the run? Can he get after the QB once he's in the backfield? I appreciate any and all responses.
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Go look in our team discussion thread - Geo asked the exact same questions yesterday.
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Hey Pack fans, just wondering what can I expect from Daniel Muir? He's a 6'2" 298 pass rusher from what I've read (which I'm liking so far), but I'm curious as to what you guys think he's capable of having watched him. Is he capable of starting or is he more of a rotational player? Does he shoot gaps and get into the backfield often? Does he hold his own against the run? Can he get after the QB once he's in the backfield? I appreciate any and all responses.
He's a little more of a pass rusher but he can also stop the run. He's very experienced coming out of college and he also has some experience playing DE. If he starts he'll put up solid/average numbers but to me he's better suited as a rotational player. Overall though he's nothing special and I wouldn't expect anything more than average numbers if he starts or average sack totals if he's in a rotation.
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Not much. He played little last year and his body didn't respond to the off-season program. If your scheme handles smaller guys that give a lot of effort even though they're not great athletes, he could be OK for depth. What worries me is that he stayed on the roster and Harrell was on the active-day roster along with Corey Williams at DT. This year Williams is out and Harrell is PUP. DT Jolly has this legal thing going on and DT Pickett was out hurt for the majority of camp. If Muir had anything this year, you'd think he'd have made the squad, at least until Harrell got off PUP.
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Jolly's legal issues aren't supposed to hurt his NFL career til next year, so we don't have to worry about that for awhile. Hopefully Pickett stays healthy.
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