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The Claiborne Watch

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With Kansas City signing Peyton Hillis, I think Cleveland is a lock to take Richardson. Then you've got Tampa taking Blackmon at 5 as the BPA and also since they signed Wright. St. Louis at 6 won't need him as they signed Finnegan so they'll probably take Reiff or maybe a DE. Given Flynn goes to Seattle or Cleveland, Miami will for sure take Tannehill at 8.

Even if all of this plays out as predicted though, I still don't see Claiborne slipping past the Jags at 7.

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Idk why people think its going to be some crazy thing if Claiborne falls to us. CB and QBs fall more often then any other position. Also there a lot of parity in this draft class at CB. Teams are going to look for value in later rounds, maybe even us although I would not agree with that.

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Just give me Claiborne or Coples and I will be happy.

Dear god, not Coples.

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With Kansas City signing Peyton Hillis, I think Cleveland is a lock to take Richardson. Then you've got Tampa taking Blackmon at 5 as the BPA and also since they signed Wright. St. Louis at 6 won't need him as they signed Finnegan so they'll probably take Reiff or maybe a DE. Given Flynn goes to Seattle or Cleveland, Miami will for sure take Tannehill at 8.

Even if all of this plays out as predicted though, I still don't see Claiborne slipping past the Jags at 7.

The Jags resigned Rashean Mathis, so you never know.

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Claiborne is closely becoming a panther each day now. Tampa got Eric Wright, Barber is coming back. Their other FA moves are WR and G. With that, they are priming themselves for Trent Richardson.

Give me some Mo!

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Claiborne is closely becoming a panther each day now. Tampa got Eric Wright, Barber is coming back. Their other FA moves are WR and G. With that, they are priming themselves for Trent Richardson.

Give me some Mo!

Bucs would be foolish to let barber influence anything they do in the draft. He's got one foot out of the NFL already and last i checked teams need 2 corners. I imagine as soon as he falls out of the top 5 some cb hungry team trades up to snag him from falling to us.

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Let me dream damn it!

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Florio is reporting that the Browns have re-signed cornerback Dimitri Patterson to a three-year, $16 million contract.

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you could probably take the rams out of consideration...

RavensInsider Rams CB Cortland Finnegan's $50 million deal includes $5 million bonus, roster bonuses totaling $10 million, per league source

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With Kansas City signing Peyton Hillis, I think Cleveland is a lock to take Richardson. Then you've got Tampa taking Blackmon at 5 as the BPA and also since they signed Wright. St. Louis at 6 won't need him as they signed Finnegan so they'll probably take Reiff or maybe a DE. Given Flynn goes to Seattle or Cleveland, Miami will for sure take Tannehill at 8.

Florio is reporting that the Browns have re-signed cornerback Dimitri Patterson to a three-year, $16 million contract.
browns could trade up to take tannehill if they take richardson with that first pick.

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Florio is reporting that the Browns have re-signed cornerback Dimitri Patterson to a three-year, $16 million contract.

That makes 5 teams ahead of us that has signed or resigned a CB. I'm telling y'all this guy is gonna drop right to us.

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