Real Deal Holyfield at first glance doing that to Big Money. Apparently Andrus Peat looks like an out of shape, unmotivated piece of hot trash so far wherever that camp is, getting beat by no-namers and projects as a RT anyway if internet/radio chatter is accurate. It's obviously insanely early, too early honestly, but hearing our 4th rounder is impressing more than the #13 overall pick is so GMan. Almost unfair. But I love it.
I'd still rather have Kony, even in hindsight. Especially after getting Remmers and Williams how we did and most especially after seeing the bust city picks of Kouandjio, Sankey, SJB, Moses, et al littered throughout the 2nd/3rd.
To add to that, Cedric Ogbuehi is still recovering and the odds of him being a big time LT this year are country mile long.http://espn.go.com/blog/nflnation/post/_/id/173091/bengals-ots-like-andre-smith-slimmed-down-to-fit-faster-offense Not sure what else could have realistically been done to give us the best 53 man roster possible than what we did.
DJ Humphries struggled mightily in minicamp and reviews overall have been far from positive even since this June article. http://espn.go.com/blog/arizona-cardinals/post/_/id/14570/d-j-humphries-overcomes-slow-start-to-offseason-workouts just saying.
So what? Same team we've hung with and coulda/woulda/shoulda beat multiple times. They already released McDaniel who had two key fumble recoveries and was a key cog against us. Their role players will continue to take a significant hit as I've posted in detail multiple times.