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 11 years ago '05        #141
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 C.R.I.P. said:
my man Greg Olsen with a 4.47 and 4.45 40 at 6'5" 255 lbs with 23 reps on the bench.

you know the Canes do it baby check the avy...the Streak Continues
yea he was bound to put up big numbers... everybody did say he was better than Winslow and shockey..
 02-24-2007, 12:46 PM         #142
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 Cage said:
and?

none of those guys are named dwayne jarrett, nobody has a crystal ball & knows who will be the best WR in this class, i just know that jarrett is the best college WR right now....
Jarrett must be hitting that. You sound like a groupie. The Ni99a is not better than CJ. YOu can give him Reggie Bush, Matt Leinart, Lendale White, Steve Smith, that great OL, etc. Johnson is better. Jarrett aint even the best WR on his team. Steve Smith put up better numbers. Not to mention, the Pac-10 is weak.
 11 years ago '04        #143
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 bigtrina said:
Jarrett must be hitting that. You sound like a groupie. The Ni99a is not better than CJ. YOu can give him Reggie Bush, Matt Leinart, Lendale White, Steve Smith, that great OL, etc. Johnson is better. Jarrett aint even the best WR on his team. Steve Smith put up better numbers. Not to mention, the Pac-10 is weak.
same bullsh*t a.ss excuses

"jarrett aint even the best WR on his team" <--- u lyin

im sick of hearin what johnson COULD have done, jarrett did it with leinart, white & bush and did it without leinart, white & bush

jarrett put up good numbers against the pac-10 but put up even better numbers when they went out of conference, fu*k outta here

jarrett >>> johnson ....
 11 years ago '05        #144
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Chargers scouting talent at NFL Combine Premium Story


By Denis Savage
SDBoltReport.com
Posted Feb 24, 2007

Each year, the Chargers a.ssemble in Indianapolis to check out the best young talent. In past years, they have struck gold and are hoping to do the same this season.

General manager A.J. Smith does not talk to the media while he is at the NFL Combine. True to his demeanor, Smith isn’t there to play with the masses but makes sure he is in position to evaluate talent.

The ploy has worked in each of the last few drafts and this year is no different, despite picking 30th in round one.

The Chargers have spoken with two wide receivers.

After seeing physical specimen Sidney Rice at the weigh-ins, the 6-foot-3 South Carolina alumni, the Bolts met with him to discern his demeanor and get more in-depth information on his character and thought process.

Rice caught 72 passes for 1,090 yards last year without a stable quarterback situation. He also scored ten touchdowns and is a player that the Chargers believe can not only stretch the field but offer the height they crave in their receivers.

Robert Meachem is another target of affection. The Chargers love his hard work and dedication to the game.

Meachem, a Tennessee alumnus, measured in at 6-foot-2, 214-pounds at the NFL Combine. He caught 71 passes last year for 1,298 yards and 11 touchdowns, averaging 18.3 yards per reception.

Provided both receivers turn in good 40-yard dash times, the Chargers will look long and hard at Rice and Meachem when their selection hits – if they are even on the board.

The Bolts believe they need another option at receive with Keenan McCardell getting up there in age and the realization is that a receiver normally doesn’t contribute until year two or three – in most cases. The selection of a receiver in round one would give them developmental talent to bring the receiving core to the next level.
 02-24-2007, 01:40 PM         #145
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NFL.com: Gil Brandt: Quick hits from Indy: Day 2
Quick hits from Indy: Day 2

Gil Brandt
NFL.com Senior Analyst


NFL.com draft expert Gil Brandt is in Indianapolis at the 2007 Scouting Combine. While there, he will file daily reports for draft-hungry fans to read about. NFL Network will also provide live coverage of the combine and have daily wrap-ups on NFL Total Access.



INDIANAPOLIS (Feb. 23, 2007) -- There were 101 players scheduled to come in, and 100 made it. Bret Smith, a wide receiver from Tennessee, was the only player not to show.



Last night, the only difference for the welcoming dinner for the players was the presence of Charley Casserly, who came in to speak to the group. He does a fantastic job of explaining what players need to know and need to do. He let the players know, for example, that no agent can get them drafted higher and how much they can help themselves by working out at the Combine, where there are so many more decision-makers than there are at the individual workouts.

Gene Upshaw and Roger Goodell last night met with 12 players from around the league, such as Bengals wide receiver T.J. Houshmandzadeh and Panthers wide receiver Steve Smith, to talk about player conduct. There are 1,800 players in this league, and probably 1,750 never have any problems. It's the other 50 guys that make the other players, the ones with charities and great track records of public service, look bad.


There were over 100 players at the Reebok room last night. Quarterbacks Drew Stanton, Brady Quinn and JaMarcus Russell, running backs Marshawn Lynch and Adrian Peterson, and Buckeyes Troy Smith and Ted Gin were among the attendees. It is probably the most popular place to be, because the players can go up there, relax, have some snacks and share football stories. Some players, like Levi Brown, even made a return trip from the previous night.

There is a record media attendance for this event. 385 people picked up credentials so far -- that's more than last year's 350 with still two days to go. Just about every new coach (Cam Cameron, Wade Phillips, etc.) has visited the press area to visit with the media ... which of course the media loves.

In the NFL media room, we've had over 50 players here to be interviewed, including Troy Smith, JaMarcus Russell, Robert Meachem and Levi Brown. The media presence just keeps getting bigger and bigger. This has developed into a carnival-type event.


Quarterbacks

Tallest: Jordan Palmer, UTEP, 6-foot-5 5/8
Shortest: Reggie Ball, Georgia Tech 5-foot-10 5/8
Heaviest: JaMarcus Russell, LSU, 265 pounds
Lightest: James Pinkney, East Carolina, 208 pounds

Running backs

Tallest: Cory Anderson, Tennessee, 6-foot-2¼
Shortest: Garrett Wolfe, Northern Illinois, 5-foot-7½
Heaviest: Leron McClain, Alabama, 256 pounds
Lightest: Garrett Wolfe, Northern Illinois, 186 pounds

Wide receivers

Tallest: Matt Trannon, Michigan State, 6-foot-6
Shortest: Syndric Steptoe, Arizona, 5-foot-8 5/8
Heaviest: Calvin Johnson, Georgia Tech, 239 pounds
Lightest: Yamon Figurs, Kansas State, 174 pounds

The special teams players worked out today, and here are some of the more important notes to keep in mind going forward.

Nick Leason of Virginia Tech was the best long snapper of the bunch.

Danny Sepulveda of Baylor was the best punter, averaging 44.58 on eight kicks. Reed Johnson, former director of player personnel for both the Broncos and the Falcons, said Sepuldeda did something he had never seen in 35 years. Sepuldeda holds the ball on the pop and can kick that way, which allows him to kick it end over end (like on field goals). He does this on directional kicks and on the pooch kicks designed to be downed inside the 20. For regular kicks, he'll boot it normally, but this quirk allows him to get good backspin on the ball when needed.

Later, Sepulveda he learned the technique from Darren Bennett, a former Australian Rules football player who became a Pro Bowl punter with the Chargers. (Bennett was named to the NFL's all-decade team for the 1990s even though he didn't enter the NFL until 1995.)

Adam Podlesh of Maryland was the second-best punter in workouts.

The best field goal kicker was Nick Folk of Arizona. He converted on 13 of 16 field goals. Justin Medlock of UCLA and Nathan Crosby of Colorado were the next best.

Historically, kickers do not kick well in the Dome. So bad performances here will not necessarily bury anybody's chances. Interestingly, the only kicker who was drafted last year was Stephen Gostkowski (Patriots -- Memphis), and he wasn't even invited to the Combine.

Texas Tech guard Manuel Ramirez bench-pressed 225 pounds 40 times. Texas guard Justin Blalock had 40 lifts.
 11 years ago '04        #146
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 C.R.I.P. said:
my man Greg Olsen with a 4.47 and 4.45 40 at 6'5" 255 lbs with 23 reps on the bench.

you know the Canes do it baby check the avy...the Streak Continues
Olsen ran a 4.47?:wow: :wow: :wow:
 11 years ago '05        #147
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 ErnieB said:
Olsen ran a 4.47?:wow: :wow: :wow:
Exactly, All about The U, Yall don't know about them hands yet though!
 11 years ago '05        #148
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Pos Name Hand Arm Ht Wt School
DE Victor Abiamiri 10 1/4 34 1/4 6042 267 Notre Dame
DE Gaines Adams 9 1/2 35 3/4 6046 258 Clemson
DE C.J. Ah You 9 7/8 34 1/8 6036 274 Oklahoma
DE Ikaika Alama-Francis 9 3/4 33 1/2 6050 280 Hawaii
DT Jay Alford 10 33 5/8 6033 304 Penn State
DE Jamaal Anderson 10 35 6053 288 Arkansas
DE Antwan Applewhite 10 34 1/2 6027 250 San Diego State
DT Baraka Atkins 10 1/4 35 1/4 6044 271 Miami-Fl
DE Dan Bazuin 10 1/2 33 1/2 6027 266 Central Michigan
DE Larry Birdine 9 7/8 34 1/4 6035 261 Oklahoma
DT Alan Branch 9 1/2 33 1/2 6056 324 Michigan
DT Kareem Brown 10 1/2 33 3/4 6040 290 Miami-Fl
DT Larry Brown 9 3/4 33 1/4 6025 297 Oklahoma State
DE Mkristo Bruce 9 1/2 32 3/4 6056 268 Washington State
DE Noland Burchette 8 7/8 32 1/2 6017 259 Virginia Tech
DE Adam Carriker 9 1/2 33 1/2 6060 296 Nebraska
DT Jeremy Clark 9 3/4 33 1/4 6024 309 Alabama
DT Joe Cohen 9 3/4 33 1/4 6024 315 Florida
DE Tim Crowder 9 1/2 33 3/8 6035 272 Texas
DE Victor DeGrate 8 1/2 33 1/2 6025 249 Oklahoma State
DT Quinton Echols 9 33 3/8 6007 328 Kansas State
DE Jacob Ford 10 1/8 33 3/8 6035 249 Central Arkansas
DT Justin Harrell 9 3/4 34 1/2 6043 300 Tennessee
DE Justin Hickman 9 1/4 33 1/4 6013 254 UCLA
DT Keith Jackson 8 7/8 32 1/2 6002 305 Arkansas
DE Xzavie Jackson 10 1/4 33 6026 278 Missouri
DT Antonio Johnson 9 1/8 34 3/8 6030 310 Mississippi State
DE Charles Johnson 9 5/8 34 1/4 6022 270 Georgia
DT Derek Landri 9 1/4 30 1/2 6024 288 Notre Dame
DT Ryan McBean 10 1/4 33 1/2 6043 286 Oklahoma State
DE Turk McBride 9 3/4 33 6023 277 Tennessee
DE Ray McDonald 10 33 3/4 6033 276 Florida
DT Brandon Mebane 10 32 7/8 6011 309 California
DE Jay Moore 8 7/8 33 6046 274 Nebraska
DE Quentin Moses 9 1/4 34 1/4 6052 261 Georgia
DE Jarvis Moss 9 3/8 34 5/8 6064 250 Florida
DT Amobi Okoye 10 34 3/4 6020 302 Louisville
DT David Patterson 9 3/4 33 7/8 6021 285 Ohio State
DT Quinn Pitcock 9 1/2 32 5/8 6024 299 Ohio State
DE Chase Pittman 10 7/8 33 1/2 6045 270 LSU
DE Jay Richardson 9 7/8 34 1/8 6055 279 Ohio State
DE Brian Robison 9 3/4 33 1/8 6031 259 Texas
DE Clifton Ryan 8 7/8 33 5/8 6026 310 Michigan State
DT Paul Soliai 9 3/4 34 6040 344 Utah
DE Anthony Spencer 9 7/8 33 1/2 6027 261 Purdue
DT Marcus Thomas 9 1/4 33 3/4 6026 314 Florida
DT Mataifale Toeaina 10 1/2 32 1/2 6020 307 Oregon
DT DeMarcus Tyler 9 5/8 33 3/4 6022 306 North Carolina State
DE LaMarr Woodley 9 5/8 35 1/4 6014 266 Michigan
DE Abraham Wright 10 34 7/8 6020 242 Colorado
 02-24-2007, 06:01 PM         #149
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olsen ran a 4.51 at he combine. but my boi blalock put the bench reps 40times
 02-24-2007, 06:03 PM         #150
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DT Justin Harrell 9 3/4 34 1/2 6043 300 Tennessee
is a beast. one game that fool was going off wit just one arm. throwing n*ggas out the way.
 11 years ago '05        #151
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Linebackers

Tallest: Dallas Sartz, USC, 6-foot-4 7/8
Shortest: Sam Olajubutu, Arkansas, 5-foot-8 6/8
Heaviest: Stewart Bradley, Nebraska, 254 pounds
Lightest: Chad Nkang, Elon, 220 pounds

Defensive ends

Tallest: Jarvis Moss, Florida, 6-foot-6 4/8
Shortest: Justin Hickman, UCLA, 6-foot-1 3/8
Heaviest: Adam Carriker, Nebraska, 296 pounds
Lightest: Victor Degrate, Oklahoma St., 249 pounds; Jacob Ford, Central Arkansas, 249 pounds

Defensive tackles

Tallest: Alan Branch, Michigan, 6-foot-5 6/8
Shortest: Keith Jackson, Arkansas, 6-foot 2/8
Heaviest: Quintin Echols, Kansas State, 328 pounds
Lightest: Claude McBride, Tennessee, 277 pounds
 11 years ago '05        #152
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 twherry19 said:
DT Justin Harrell 9 3/4 34 1/2 6043 300 Tennessee
is a beast. one game that fool was going off wit just one arm. throwing n*ggas out the way.
yea he might develop into another john henderson... if he give it 100% on every play...
 11 years ago '04        #153
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 twherry19 said:
olsen ran a 4.51 at he combine. but my boi blalock put the bench reps 40times
yeah for the BS "official" time...everybody saw that Olsen ran a 4.47 and a 4.45 even though at 4.51 he is still a tenth of a second faster than the next guy
 11 years ago '05        #154
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 C.R.I.P. said:
yeah for the BS "official" time...everybody saw that Olsen ran a 4.47 and a 4.45 even though at 4.51 he is still a tenth of a second faster than the next guy
prolly a tenth of a second faster than Jarret... he gon run in the 4.58 - 4.64 range at best.
 02-24-2007, 08:36 PM         #155
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Olsen's athleticism>>>Vernon Davis'
 02-25-2007, 01:30 AM         #156
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 Black_Deuce said:
Olsen's athleticism>>>Vernon Davis'


irrelevant but shockey>>>>


even with a fu*ked up foot and no helmet
 02-25-2007, 03:20 AM         #157
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 booker20 said:
prolly a tenth of a second faster than Jarret... he gon run in the 4.58 - 4.64 range at best.

Doesn't matter as much as the nfl likes to act. He could be like Irvin and use his body. I like Jarrett in the pro's I really think hes gonna be a beast. CJ is a beast but I saw Charles Rogers in college and he was more dominating then CJ ever was. Not saying there the same but ive seen Freaks at WR fail
 02-25-2007, 05:35 AM         #158
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 RicFlair said:
irrelevant but shockey>>>>


even with a fu*ked up foot and no helmet
:rolleyes:
 11 years ago '05        #159
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 RakimAllahNY said:
Doesn't matter as much as the nfl likes to act. He could be like Irvin and use his body. I like Jarrett in the pro's I really think hes gonna be a beast. CJ is a beast but I saw Charles Rogers in college and he was more dominating then CJ ever was. Not saying there the same but ive seen Freaks at WR fail
if Rogers wasnt injury prone he woulda been str8... he had a good rookie campaign even wit joey harrington in there... well i guess u can blame that weak o-line not really joey fault.
 02-25-2007, 10:14 AM         #160
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