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Devon Still Near The Top Of Bill Parcells And Bill Polians Big Board

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They also have Streeter as a 2nd rounder, who some folks on here want to get in the 4th.

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We want get him. Teams are trading up like crazy this year. We will be picking OT or OG.

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We want get him. Teams are trading up like crazy this year. We will be picking OT or OG.

I think so too. If Cordy Glenn or Amini Silatolu are there, I wouldn't be surprised to see us take one of them. Both guys can start today at guard, and backup at tackle. Each guy is a 3 or 4 position on the line type of player.

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I think so too. If Cordy Glenn or Amini Silatolu are there, I wouldn't be surprised to see us take one of them. Both guys can start today at guard, and backup at tackle. Each guy is a 3 or 4 position on the line type of player.

Yup but they will not make an impact on our team. Just good picks with low risk.

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I saw some mocks a while back that had the Jags picking Still at 7. I'd be stoked for us to get him at 40, as it looks like Jenkins will be gone by then.

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Yup but they will not make an impact on our team. Just good picks with low risk.

Yes they would. Each player would start Day 1 and be an upgrade over Hangartner or Pollak, leaving us with a better starting O-line and good depth.

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I'd be happy with this guy

layed the wood on Richardson at the end

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