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    Quote Originally Posted by iggles nut View Post
    CB Aaron Colvin is a serious possiblity. Likely 1st rd pick but tore his ACL at Senior Bowl. They had him in for a pre-draft visit.
    Depends how far along he is healed...Depends who did the surgery. IF he is looking real good as far as his healing, and if Dr James Andrews did the surgery then I would give it consideration.

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    I have to think Dozier could be the pick....I know that may not sit well with many of you, but the kid fits our system to a T.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Birds4life81 View Post
    For me:

    1. Jaylen Watkins
    2. Jordan Tripp
    3. Pierre Desir
    I'd be happy with any of those 3 to start the 4th ... a fan of all 3 for a while.

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    No love for DaQuan Jones? Seriously though I want a defensive back.

    >Nick Foles
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    ------->Chip Kelly
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    >Howie Roseman


    The Philly Triangle - 1 focal point of potential stability that has continued to solidify itself through the season showing its ability to anchor the foundation. 1 leading force to shape the future. 1 collector to supply the pieces. Could the Green/Silver lining return to the triangle?...stay tuned to this continuing saga.

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    I'm a fan of DaQuan Jones, but I rather target a DB/ILB

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    I really like Jaylen Watkins, would love to draft him, but my boy Justin Ellis is still there and I love that kids game!

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    James Andrews did do Colvin's surgery and sent a letter to all the teams saying that he's progressing well and could play at some point this year.

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    I'd gladly take Colvin and redshirt him. He could play safety or press corner in our scheme in 2015

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    I agree w/Iggles nut, Colvin is the best DB available. He'd be long gone by now if not for the ACL.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wings View Post
    I really like Jaylen Watkins, would love to draft him, but my boy Justin Ellis is still there and I love that kids game!
    Surprised Watkins is still there….Great length and size, good versatile player that can play corner or safety, are we missing some legal or health issues?

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    Watkins or Desir for me unless they think Colvin will end up better than either. If not I'd love my boy Tripp. A couple of minutes away :) Let's go Birds ....

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    Watkins it is!!! So happy

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