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Fairley 2 inches shorter 9 pounds lighter...

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DT Nick Fairley 2 inches shorter (6'3") and about 9 pounds lighter (291). Marcell Dareus same height and nearly 30 lbs bigger.

does this mean his stock is falling and we can consider not drafting him?

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When he gets in an NFL program they will get him where they want him. and 6'3 is plenty for a DT, in fact it might be better if he were a hair shorter so he can get under the center and guards pads with a better center of gravity.

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I'd hate to go to the combine. After years of telling people I'm 6'0" 210lbs I'll come to find out I'm really 5'7" 260lbs.

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Not a fan of us drafting him either way

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I'd hate to go to the combine. After years of telling people I'm 6'0" 210lbs I'll come to find out I'm really 5'7" 260lbs.

Rofl.

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DT Nick Fairley 2 inches shorter (6'3") and about 9 pounds lighter (291). Marcell Dareus same height and nearly 30 lbs bigger.

does this mean his stock is falling and we can consider not drafting him?

http://twitter.com/McShay13

Yes definitely Fairley may as not even show up.

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Coming in 2 inches shorter reguardless,i think has to affect his stock. Not saying he isn't the number 1 pick anymore but, you have to look at him and say he's lost some luster.

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Doesn't necessarily affect his stock depending on what kind of technique you want him to play.

His game film will still be the big thing.

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