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    ffl recruiter said it.. his first sentence

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    I personally wouldn't touch QB in this draft ... I would build a good foundation and then take our future QB next season. Rd 4 or 5 if someone with potential drops then sure.

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    exactly rey!! We have 3 capable guys. We are not making a SB run this year. Draft spots are better used on 'starting' capable guys on the OL and other positions to give the qb a better situation to come into. It also gives Chip a year to see what he has in the guys we have. I would honestly love to trade a player or pick away for a 1st in 'next years' draft so that we have the resources to trade up as needed in the 1st next year tho.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rey View Post
    I personally wouldn't touch QB in this draft ... I would build a good foundation and then take our future QB next season. Rd 4 or 5 if someone with potential drops then sure.
    Agreed.

    All of these QBs are 3rd rd prospects in most years imo.

    I'd load up on DB/DL/OL and let the new era begin.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FFL_Recruiter View Post
    ...Doc, thanks for the list and info. That's exactly what I wanted - with perhaps a bit of 'side note' next to each person's name that might be a 'chip fit' - meaning a more mobile qb. As a person that doesn't get into college ball - I wanted to see a type of exec summary of where they all pan out...
    Sure. I can run the numbers, but Wings will need to add the side notes.

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    The Browns will probably release Colt McCoy as he hit an escalator that will raise his salary to close to $3M. He was never really given a fair shake in Cleveland IMO. I'd give him a look.

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    I think Nassib turns into a damn good QB -- but he's not a great fit for the offense I image Kelly wants to run.

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