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Such an intelligent reply.

I truly dislike when people fuss about others posting a similar topic. So what, it doesn't cost you me or anyone else money to post here. Not a Fuging penny. So why make a big deal about it. Especially since I search. I didn't get the results he did. Maybe I mispelled the guys name. Who gives a damn.

People like you, bitch and moan about everything so your opinion means very little to me. I am done with your insults and mindless arguments.

i know, right? who do they think they are correcting your inaccuracies? you're old so younger people shouldn't correct you, even when you're wrong on all accounts. they deserve a good berating...

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While that would be a great idea.  He'll never make it to the practice squad.  We have to waive him before we can shuttle him to the Practice Squad.  Some team will want him, they will waste a roster spot to take him from us.   Think about it.  He played DT last year after being an UDFA and now we are move him to Tackle? Most teams know that is not a common move.  That to me is screaming GEM. I am sure other teams are watching. WE cut him and try and put him on the practice squad.  He'll never make it.

 

I agree he is a work in progress.  He'll be apart of your 53 man roster.  

I see that perspective, and it is interesting to me.  But he may be moving because he has no shot at undertackle and this is his only chance to make the team.  I do not see other teams scooping up a second-year, undrafted player who has been moved to his fourth position in five years. That does not scream gem to me, but it does suggest that they like him. 

 

I hope you are right--that he is a gem at LT--they will be watching him during the preseason.  If he does well, you could be right.  If he shows to be a project, which is what I expect, I think he will be safe on the PS.

 

I cannot tell you how much I hope you are right and I am wrong here.

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I see that perspective, and it is interesting to me. But he may be moving because he has no shot at undertackle and this is his only chance to make the team. I do not see other teams scooping up a second-year, undrafted player who has been moved to his fourth position in five years. That does not scream gem to me, but it does suggest that they like him.

I hope you are right--that he is a gem at LT--they will be watching him during the preseason. If he does well, you could be right. If he shows to be a project, which is what I expect, I think he will be safe on the PS.

I cannot tell you how much I hope you are right and I am wrong here.

He was asked to move to OL. But yeah its basically because there's no room at DT. I read an article a while back that had Rivera talking about when they were scouting him. It said something to the affect, that Cal coaches moved him from Oline to Dline out of need and not because he wasn't good at the position. Also found it interesting that he was our emergency O-Linemen last season. He could possible be the same this year for the D-Line, if he makes the squad.

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DaveThePanther2008 most enjoys reading Bleacher Report articles and posting on PFT's comment section.

 

You are so full of it your eyes are turning brown.

 

I guess the only way you would know this to be a fact is if you visit the sites yourself.

 

Those that accuse are normally the ones who do as they accuse.   Takes the spotlight off themselves.

 

It OK you can come out of the closet now.

 

AH.

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He was asked to move to OL. But yeah its basically because there's no room at DT. I read an article a while back that had Rivera talking about when they were scouting him. It said something to the affect of why Cal coaches moved him from Oline to Dline, was out of need and not because he wasn't good at the position. Also found it interesting that he was our emergency O-Linemen last season. He could possible be the same this year for the D-Line, if he makes the squad.

He's is exactly the same size as Gross.  He has got an All Pro to teach him the ropes.  I think it will be fun to see how he does with the second team during pre-season.

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You are so full of it your eyes are turning brown.

I guess the only way you would know this to be a fact is if you visit the sites yourself.

Those that accuse are normally the ones who do as they accuse. Takes the spotlight off themselves.

It OK you can come out of the closet now.

AH.

Well maybe you're so full of it your eyes are turning brown. Accused someone else of it to take the heat off you, huh?

Whoever says that our safeties could hang with anybody else's like you did has to be full of poo anyways...

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He's is exactly the same size as Gross. 

 

True, but so was Lee Ziemba and Rashad Butler. Playing tackle in the NFL takes an amazing combination of size, speed, strength, and technique. If he can stick as a reserve after not playing offense for so long, I will be very, very impressed.

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True, but so was Lee Ziemba and Rashad Butler. Playing tackle in the NFL takes an amazing combination of size, speed, strength, and technique. If he can stick as a reserve after not playing offense for so long, I will be very, very impressed.

 

OH YEA WELL WHO DO YOU THINK YOU ARE CONTRADICTING ME YOU YOUNG A-HOLE?!!?

 

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He's is exactly the same size as Gross. He has got an All Pro to teach him the ropes. I think it will be fun to see how he does with the second team during pre-season.

Doesn't mean he's going to make it. There's been very few who actually make the transition. I mean very, very, very few. Remember the Bengals' HardKnocks in 2009? The Bengals switched Jason Shirley (DT) to OG due to the lack of OL depth. Shirley is 6'5", 338lbs. Well, he's now playing for the Arizona Rattlers in the Arena League.

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pretty obvious someone takes the internet waaaay too serious....   this thread is but one of a hundred...

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OP began saying he did some research to see if topic have been spoken of, then someone mentioned it nicely that it had. Now, OP in bit(h mode.

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