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Matt Kalil

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Matt Kalil would be a huge pickup, really help the OL. there's no D player I'd take that high really so I think he could be a solid look.

this. plus I'm not in love with Blackmon or Jeffery

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Byron Bell is clearly not the answer for me at RT.. Kalil would kind of be a waste of talent on the right side, but would eventually move over to LT once Gross is gone. Kalil is probably one of the, if not, the safest pick in the draft.

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Gross would be moved over to the RT spot if we brought Kalil in.

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