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GP's Mock Offseason

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Cuts/Restructures

Cut Gamble

Cut Ron Edwards

Cut Geoff Hangartner

Cut Nakamura

Cut/Restructure Anderson

Restructure Gross

Restructure Deangelo

Restructure Beason

FA Signings

Resign Munnerlyn

Resign Dwan Edwards

Resign Jason Phillips

Sign Brandon Moore, G- Big upgrade over Hangartner, hasn't missed a game since 2004.

Sign Sammie-Lee Hill, NT- Huge kid with tons of potential, great run stuffer.

Sign Drew Stanton, QB- More affordable than Anderson yet more talented than Clausen.

Sign Logan Paulsen, TE- Great blocking TE that proved he can also be a threat in the passing game last year.

Draft

Round 1:

Cordarrelle Patterson, WR - Tennessee

Patterson has the height, speed and ability required of a number-one target in the NFL. He has great quickness, with the ability to make defenders miss. He also has the talent to be a contributor on special teams. Steve Smith isn't getting any younger and this could very possibly be his last year. We don't need to wait until he retires to find his replacement. I think Keenan Allen would also be a good pick here as he wouldn't be quite as risky.

(Alternative options: Keenan Allen, Sheldon Richardson)

Round 2:

Jamar Taylor, CB - Boise State

After watching tape on this guy, I really think he could end up being the top CB of the draft. He has good size for the position and is extremely physical. He is also very diverse; he can play off man, press, and zone. The kid runs a 4.39 40 and would come in to be an immediate starter.

(Alternative options: David Amerson, Eric Reed)

Round 4:

Bacarri Rambo, FS - Georgia

Rambo is a 3 year starter out of Georgia with lots of talent. Rambo was one of the top safeties in college football last year but character concerns will cause him to fall. If he can overcome these problems, he could turn out to be the top safety of this year's class.

Round 5:

Everett Dawkins, DT - FSU

Dawkins is a quick and explosive pass-rushing DT with good hustle. Could provide a lot of help in our DT rotation from Day 1.

Round 6:

Earl Wolff, SS - NC State

After watching this guy play for the past 4 years, I think he would provide excellent value in the 6th round. Could eventually develop into a starter.

Round 6(comp pick):

Manese Foketi, OT - West Texas A&M

Potential gem in the late rounds. The fact that he only has one year of FBS experience has hurt his draft stock.

Roster

QB: Cam Newton, Drew Stanton

RB: Deangelo Williams, Jonathon Stewart, Armond Smith

FB: Mike Tolbert

TE: Greg Olsen, Logan Paulsen

WR1: Steve Smith, Brandon Lafell, Joe Adams

WR2: Cordarrelle Patterson, Kealoha Pilares, David Gettis

LT: Jordan Gross, Bruce Cambell

LG: Amini Silatolu, Gary Williams

C: Ryan Kalil

RG: Brandon Moore

RT: Byron Bell, Manese Foketi

LE: Greg Hardy, Thomas Keiser

DT: Dwan Edwards, Everett Dawkins

NT: Sammie-Lee Hill, Sione Fua

RE: Charles Johnson, Frank Alexander

WLB: Thomas Davis, Jason Phillips

MLB: Luke Kuechly, Jon Beason

SLB: Jon Beason, James Anderson

FS: Bacarri Rambo, Colin Jones

SS: Charles Godfrey, Earl Wolff

CB1: Jamar Taylor, Captain Munnerlynn

CB2: Josh Thomas, Josh Norman, James Dockery

K: Graham Gano

P: Brad Nortman

KR: Cordarrelle Patterson

PR: Joe Adams

LS: JJ Janson

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I like it... But I doubt Mr. Wolff is there in the 6th unfortunately

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Like it

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I like it... But I doubt Mr. Wolff is there in the 6th unfortunately

It's very possible considering how deep this year's class is. And thanks.

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Yes, I like it, but not sure Rambo will be there in the 4th...but should be able to get Wolff in the 4th...maybe take kicker in the 6th

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I've seen Rambo going in the 5th in several places and Wolff going in the 6th in many. This is a very deep safety class so it is very possible these players will be available there.

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if rambo is there in the 4th and we haven't drafted a safety yet I will poo myself because i came so hard

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Rambo twice failed drug tests while at Georgia and was suspended for the first four games of the 2012 season due to his most recent violation. Even if Rambo isn't available there, I think Wolff would be a great alternative.

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if rambo is there in the 4th and we haven't drafted a safety yet I will poo myself because i came so hard

Tripling if Rambo is available in the 4th.

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hah, Misfits. great show.

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decent wouldnt take paterson high.still goood pick

could have picked a better cb but ill watch more tape on him before i bash the pick...lol

rambo wont be there. but good pick

not sure about dawkins.

decent fa pick ups.....should have got a kicker somewhere too.

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decent wouldnt take paterson high.still goood pick

could have picked a better cb but ill watch more tape on him before i bash the pick...lol

rambo wont be there. but good pick

not sure about dawkins.

decent fa pick ups.....should have got a kicker somewhere too.

Patterson will definitely go top 15, no doubt. The kid's a beast. As for Taylor, you definitely need to watch some more tape. There's not anything this kid can't do.

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