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  1. Ok, this is somewhat crazy, but fun. Here we go! Cap space as of this mock: $12.7m Key FA's in 2021: Aaron Jones, David Bakhtiari, Corey Linsley, Kenny Clark, Jamaal Williams and Kevin King. 2021 Cap space: $52.3m. Lesser FA's in 2021: Montravius Adams and Tim Williams. Key FA in 2022: DaVante Adams. Knowing they can't resign all those key FA's in 2021, they focus on just a few. Packers restructure David Bakhtiari 4yrs/$16m/60%/ 2020 cap hit $11.2. (+$3.2m). They then lock up a key 2022 FA, restructure DaVante Adams 4yrs/$18m/60%/2020 cap hit $12.6m. (+$4m) Cap Space now: $19.9m Packers release Corey Linsley to save $8.5m. Patrick is going into training camp as the starting C. They also release Montravius Adams to save $840,000. Cap Space now: $29.24m Outside FA's: Logan Ryan CB Titans 3yrs/$11m/60%/Cap hit $8.25m Derek Wolfe DE Broncos 3yrs/$10m/60%/Cap hit $7.5m DeVonta Freeman RB Falcons 2yrs/$6m/40%/Cap hit $4.8m Cap space now: $8.69m Pre Draft trades: Kevin King CB sent to Texans for 4th rd pick #111. (+$1.5m cap) (This now leave Packers with only 3 key FA's to focus on next season.) 2020 Cap Space: $10.19 2020 NFL Draft: Used Matt Miller's Big Board on fanspeak.com for this draft. #30. Scouting Report: A.J. Epenesa School: Iowa Position: Defensive End Class: Junior Height: 6’5 Weight: 277 Scouting Report: A pass rushing specialist in his limited playing time, Epenesa is a furious force off of the edge, destroying offensive tackles on passing downs. With increased playing time, he will have an opportunity to display more pass rush moves and how he can stand up against the run. Racked up 10.5 sacks in 2018 as a second string player. Has all the right tools but needs to develop more tape in 2019. (Rotates with Lowry on passing downs. Possible 2021 starter at DE.) #62. Scouting Report: Laviska Shenault Jr. School: Colorado Position: Wide Receiver Class: Junior Height: 6’2″ Weight: 220 Scouting Report: Powerfully built receiver that has a rare combination of height, strength, speed, and agility. Has superb speed in the open field and acceleration after getting out of cuts. Able to fight for balls and generally will win against smaller, weaker defensive backs. Has had some injury concerns, some of which due to his physical style of play. Catches everything thrown his way and is able to get separation at the point of the catch and by getting away from defenders. (#2 WR that give Adams some help.) #94. Scouting Report: Zack Moss School: Utah Position: Running Back Class: Senior Height: 5’10” Weight: 222 Scouting Report: Powerful runner between the tackles. Seems to prefer to work in close quarters and enjoys contact. Not a back that is always looking for daylight, is one that yearns for and works for the hard, short yards. Extremely difficult to bring down by the first tackler. Excellent footwork in a phone booth, and is more comfortable in crowds than in spaces. Good catcher of the football with natural hands. Willing and able to pass pro. Not a big play threat with a 5th gear, but is reliable to get valuable short yards. (Insurance with Jones and Williams both being FA's next year. Packers know they have Moss and Freeman for sure plus one of the two FA's for 2021.) #111. (Trade Texans) Scouting Report: Brycen Hopkins School: Purdue Position: Tight End Class: Senior Height: 6’5″ Weight: 245 Scouting Report: Primarily a receiver as a tight end, but has more power and blocking abilities than most “move” tight ends coming out of college. In the passing game, has very quick feet and runs crisp and disciplined routes. Very soft hands and catches the ball away from his body, tucks it into his body quickly and is able to get up field and get YAC. Able to work in the slot and on the outside equally. Effective as a pass blocker, but would not be a big asset with run blocking at this time. (Perfect #2 TE with Sternberger at #1, Lewis and Tonyan.) #136. Scouting Report: Tyler Biadasz School: Wisconsin Position: Center Class: Junior Height: 6-3 Weight: 325 Scouting Report: Extremely powerful, smash-mouth type center that doesn’t need the extra help from other offensive linemen to block top tier defensive linemen. Excels with a combination of power and balance. Works best in close quarters where his lack of arm length could get him into problems, but shouldn’t hinder him at center in most blocking schemes. Able to road grade in the run game, and has the footwork to hold up to recover, even when caught off balance in pass protection. (Really like him and Darryl Williams as Centers in this draft. Pushes Patrick for starting job right off the bat.) #175. Scouting Report: Logan Stenberg School: Kentucky Position: Offensive Guard Class: Senior Height: 6’5″ Weight: 310 Scouting Report: Powerfully built interior lineman that bulldozes defenders when plowing forward. Towards the top end of offensive guards in terms of overall strength, and it shows on tape. Erupts off of the snap and pounds defenders, often to the ground. Works best in small areas, and will need to work on agility. Pulling and getting to the next level and finding people to block further down the field in the run game are not his strengths, and will need to focus on both awareness and footwork. Devastating in the run game, and will be prized by teams looking to add to a power run attack. (Depth guy that could be starter in 2021, or at least insurance if Turner goes down or moves to RT and offers more to the running game.) #192. Scouting Report: Nick Coe School: Auburn Position: Defensive End Class: Junior Height: 6-4 Weight: 282 Scouting Report: A prototypical 4-3, edge, get after the QB pass rusher. Powerful and fast with good height, build, and athleticism that wreaks havoc in the back field. Uses a combination of hand and arm technique and leverage to alternatively use speed and power to get around and through offensive linemen. (Boom or bust guy, with Epenesa and Coe in the draft, Lancaster in pushed to back up NT for Clark.) #208. Scouting Report: Trey Adams 2019 NFL Mock Draft DraftGeek’s Mock Draft School: Washington Position: Offensive Tackle Class: Senior Height: 6-7 Weight: 302 lbs Scouting Report: Long offensive tackle prospect that has had two very good years at left tackle for Washington. Has been able to adjust to both speed and power rushes, and has shown strong development with footwork and hand placement. After a year without many elite left tackle prospects, he projects as a true left tackle that should find his way into the first round. (Like before, another guy that seems to be dropping in big boards due to back history. Could be a steal in all checks out at R or LT.) #209. Scouting Report: Shaquille Quarterman School: Miami Position: Inside Linebacker Class: Senior Height: 6-1 Weight: 240 Scouting Report: Durable leader who plays with aggression. Has been effective in zone coverage but can struggle dropping into coverage. Lacks sideline to sideline speed. Needs work keeping his eyes up to make a play and using his hands and arms. (New thumper in the middle.) #236. Scouting Report: Shyheim Carter School: Alabama Position: Safety Class: Senior Height: 6’1″ Weight: 200 Scouting Report: Excelled in coverage against opposing offenses’ quickest players in the slot, and rarely gives up any room in coverage to these receivers. So far has shown excellent coverage skills in the slot, and hasn’t been required to move around the secondary. However, that will change as he will probably see more work deeper in the secondary. Can be moved around all over the defense, and is particularly efficient with blitzes and defending the run. A willing and able tackler that doesn’t take many bad angles. Has some injury concerns, in that the injury he sustained has a history of coming back. Extremely well coached and will be an out of the box, ready to play prospect after being drafted. (He keeps sliding down boards as well, offers flexibility to the DB group.) #242. Scouting Report: Tyler Higby School: Michigan State Position: Offensive Guard Class: Junior Height: 6’5″ Weight: 300 Scouting Report: Extremely experienced and versatile offensive line prospect that probably is best suited at left guard at the next level. Has been bounced around the offensive line due to injuries and performance issues of other players, but has been able to grasp and adapt to each position on the offensive line. Excels at pass pro on the inside, and is a perfect complement player to a top tier left tackle prospect. Is well coached in the NFL game, and will be able to step in immediately to an NFL offensive line. (Can play all along the OL, couldn't believe he was down this low on the board. Lucky us. OL depth.)
  2. 2020 Off-season Discussion Thread

    For a team that didn't have much cap space, the Bears sure are spending.
  3. As of this mock, the Packers cap space is at about $12.3m. Packers free up some space to add a lower level free agent WR. Packers free up $7.5m by redoing the contracts of D. Adams WR and Bak. Adams new 4yrs $18m with 60% guan and Bak at 4yrs $16m with 60% guan as well. New Cap is $19.8m Free Agents: We already have Ricky Wagner and Kirksey signed. Tajae Sharpe WR Titans 3yrs $6m 40% guan, cap hit $4.5m Patrick Onwuasor ILB Ravens 2yrs $6m 35% guan, cap hit $4.8m 2020 Cap entering draft: $10.5m 2020 NFL Draft: #30. Scouting Report: Denzel Mims School: Baylor Position: Wide Receiver Class: Junior Height: 6’3″ Weight: 215 Scouting Report: After enjoying an exceptional Senior Bowl and Combine, it has reaffirmed what was shown on the field with Denzel Sims- a true “X” receiver that has the speed, body control, hands, and vision to thrive at the next level. Although he played in a system that didn’t ask him to run much of a route tree, he showed very good route running ability. He bursts out of his cuts, and catches the ball naturally in stride. He has a knack for finding the ball at its highest point and times passes very well. Mims has shown he can beat press coverage, a rare trait for wide receivers coming out of college. (Future #2 WR) #62. Scouting Report: Trevon Diggs School: Alabama Position: Cornerback Class: Senior Height: 6’2 Weight: 200 Scouting Report: In his first half dozen games, before getting injured last year, had 20 tackles, an INT and 6 pass breakups and was arguably Alabama’s best DB. A former wide receiver converted to defensive back, he is still learning the position, but is getting the best cornerback coaching in college football under Saban. Has a wide receiver’s knack for locating the ball and acts like he wants the catch each play. Able to stay with speedy receivers on the outside and shifty ones in the slot. Was considering going pro, but will greatly benefit from another year in college. ( Offers insurance if King goes down or leaves as a FA in 2021, TWills replacement.) #94. Scouting Report: James Lynch School: Baylor Position: Defensive End/ Tackle Class: Junior Height: 6’4″ Weight: 295 Scouting Report: Rare defensive line prospect coming out of college experienced in the 3-4 scheme. Played on the edge at Baylor, and has the length and base to continue as a DE in a 3-4 at the next level. Is explosive off of the snap and overpowers linemen by using a solid base along with a number of developed arm techniques. Could move to the inside in a 4-3, especially one that covets one gapping pressure. Has the wingspan and lower body strength to also hold up against the run and maintain his gaps. (Pushes Lancaster to a rotational role.) #136. Scouting Report: AJ Dillon School: Boston College Position: Running Back Class: Senior Height: 6’0″ Weight: 250 Scouting Report: A huge, strong, solidly built power back that has rare athleticism for someone of his size. Initial impressions are of a pure bowling ball power back that will be featured in short yardage situations. However, Dillon has freakish agility and speed for a back of his size, and furthermore isn’t obsessed with making contact. A smart runner, he is always looking for yardage and not just to blow up a defender. Has good vision and looks for a hole and has surprising explosion after putting his foot in the dirt and making a cut upfield. An excellent blocker as well in pass protection. (Packers new FB, one that can do everything and would be someone the defense will have to be aware of.) #175. Scouting Report: Darryl Williams School: Mississippi State Position: Offensive Guard/Center Class: Senior Height: 6’2 Weight: 305 Scouting Report: Exceptional interior offensive lineman that works best within smaller spaces. Locks on to defenders and has excellent strength to secure the block. Lower body strength is also very good, and can drive defenders back in the run game to make lanes. A clear interior blocker that won’t be considered as a tackle, but when given fixed zones to work with, is an elite run and pass blocker. (Seems to be down on most big boards. Comes in and learns behind Linsley, starting C in 2021.) #192. Scouting Report: Lamical Perine School: Florida Position: Running Back Class: Senior Height: 5’11” Weight: 227 Scouting Report: A well rounded running back prospect that hasn’t had too much mileage on his legs, as he has shared the backfield for a considerable part of his college career. A prototypical blend of speed and power, that displays exceptional balance when running, which allows him to maximize his power when making contact. A solid pass protector, that is willing and able to take on defenders in the passing game. Soft hands, but hasn’t been used much as a receiver, but when he has, has looked very natural. Good vision, and is patient. (Again, another player that seems to be lower on most big boards. #3 RB, insurance if Packers and Jones can't reach agreement for 2021. Now Packers have a backfield of Jones, Williams, Perine and FB Dillon, who can run the ball as well.) #208. Scouting Report: Trey Adams 2019 NFL Mock Draft DraftGeek’s Mock Draft School: Washington Position: Offensive Tackle Class: Senior Height: 6-7 Weight: 302 lbs Scouting Report: Long offensive tackle prospect that has had two very good years at left tackle for Washington. Has been able to adjust to both speed and power rushes, and has shown strong development with footwork and hand placement. After a year without many elite left tackle prospects, he projects as a true left tackle that should find his way into the first round. (Again, do to back issues another player that drops. Packers can't believe he here at #208. Offers insurance at LT and could play RT, if healthy, steal at #208) #209. Scouting Report: Shyheim Carter School: Alabama Position: Safety Class: Senior Height: 6’1″ Weight: 200 Scouting Report: Excelled in coverage against opposing offenses’ quickest players in the slot, and rarely gives up any room in coverage to these receivers. So far has shown excellent coverage skills in the slot, and hasn’t been required to move around the secondary. However, that will change as he will probably see more work deeper in the secondary. Can be moved around all over the defense, and is particularly efficient with blitzes and defending the run. A willing and able tackler that doesn’t take many bad angles. Has some injury concerns, in that the injury he sustained has a history of coming back. Extremely well coached and will be an out of the box, ready to play prospect after being drafted. (Depth and ST player) #237. Scouting Report: Quincy Roche School: Temple Position: Outside Linebacker / Defensive End Class: Junior Height: 6’4″ Weight: 235 Scouting Report: A defensive end at Temple, Roche looks much more the part of an outside linebacker at the next level. Has excellent bend around the edge, and uses his speed to beat blockers with a combination of pure athleticism and technique. Is a playmaker both on defense and on special teams, where he is extremely disruptive. Has the short area speed and change of direction abilities to succeed in coverage, but not a ton of experience there. Roche has a good height and length to add more bulk to his frame to possibly stay on as a defensive end, but will probably be most valued by 3-4 teams looking for a pass rushing OLB. (Depth and ST player) #242. Scouting Report: Cohl Cabral School: Arizona State Position: Center Class: Senior Height: 6’5″ Weight: 291 Scouting Report: Still growing into his big frame, and made a move from left tackle to center a year ago. While he adds strength to his frame has learned to use his feet and base to create excellent leverage advantages over opponents. Has long arms and can lock on to defenders and ease them out of the way to create run lanes. Best attribute is his footwork and has adapted well from kickstepping to smaller steps in the phone booth as a center. Extremely high football intelligence and is the signal caller for the offensive line. (Adds depth to the OL) UDFA's: Shaq Smith ILB Maryland Chase Allen TE Iowa St. Christian Rector 5TDL USC Auzoyah Alufohai NT W. Georgia Jake Luton QB Oregon St. Ben Ellefson FB N. Dakota St. Mason Kinsey WR Berry College Derrek Tuszka Edge N. Dakota St. Rodney Smith RB Minnesota
  4. Leisher's 2020 Mock draft 3/20/20

    You have some big FA's coming due next season, so pay now.
  5. Leisher's 2020 Mock draft 3/20/20

    I have read or heard reports that HC would like to add a third option in the backfield. Dillon can do both and since the Pack lost their FB to NE, so this would cover the loss. So, with adding Dillon as FB/RB, they could run a double back formation with the threat of running or passing with either back on the field. Big need maybe in HC eyes.
  6. Leisher's 2020 Mock draft 3/20/20

    They get a G/C in Williams. Trey Adams at RT/LT and Cabral has played C/T and could even play G. I think that cover a lot for OL.
  7. BK's Quarantine Mock v2.0 (updated)

    Nice job! I could live with it.
  8. NFL News & Notes

    Let talk about that when he performs 2-3 years in a row, not one.
  9. Green Bay Packers Salary Cap Thread

    True, the savings are minimal, but all that $ adds up and can be used on someone else. If we needed about $1m more on a deal to sign someone of substances, then it does make sense. Any and all freed up cap space helps.
  10. Moretti's Corona Virus Mock

    Nice job!
  11. Possible cut casualties?

    Dude, my point is, if that $ could be used in a better way, then yeah, they could be cut. I thought this thread was possible cuts, not sure thing cuts. As Lazard, sure you can pay him peanuts, as you say, but if they want to lock him up longer, they could offer him a bigger contract, but sure, they could wait.
  12. Possible cut casualties?

    McGovern is two years younger. He can play G and C, has a PFF of 71.9. Linsley two years older, can only play C and has a PFF of 69.8. I'll give you the PFFs are a wash, McGovern offers more to the power running game then Linsley. IMO, I think the Packers think Patrick is more suited for the power run game then Linsley. So, I don't see your argument.
  13. Possible cut casualties?

    Graham, save $8m sure he gets cut. Linsley, save $8.5m, he gets cut. M. Adams, cap hit $956,194, dead cap $186,194, cap saved $770,000, IMO he gone. MVS, cap hit is $714,388, dead cap is $108,777, save $605,611. That $ could go to Lazard, IMO he gone as well. Now, Taylor is a big question mark. Could be kept if they plan on moving Jenkins to RT, and play LG.
  14. Possible cut casualties?

    That could be corrected, sign FA Connor McGovern from the Broncos, he's a C/G player that is tuff. Sign him to play LG or if Patrick can't hold up at C. If Patrick holds up, then you have a OL of Bak, McGovern, Patrick, Turner and Jenkins. Need to draft a IOL and T for depth, or resign Veldheer.
  15. Inside Linebacker ... IT IS TIME

    I have a little decoder ring that gave me that same message. LOL!
  16. Wes Welker is named new WR coach/ Passing game Coordinator. 2020 Cap Space: $22.2m Cuts: Jimmy Graham TE Saves $8.0m Corey Linsley C Saves $8.5m Lane Taylor G Saves $4.5m Extensions: DaVante Adams WR ($16.6m cap) 4yrs $18m 60% new cap $12.6m. (+$4m) David Bakhtiar LT ($14.7m cap) 4yrs $14m 60% new cap $9.8m. (+$4.9m) Kenny Clark NT ($7.6m cap) 4yrs $16m 60% new cap $11.8m. (-4.2m) New Cap Space: $47.9m Trades: (Yes, I said trades.) MVS WR, 2020 6th rd pick #209 and future 2021 5th rd pick in 2021 to Dolphins. (+0.6m) Josh Rosen QB 2020 cap hit $2.1m. (-$2.1m) New Cap Space: $45.8m Montravius Adams DL, 7th rd picks #224, #242 and #243 and future 6th rd pick in 2021, to Browns. (+0.7m) David Njoku TE 2020 cap hit $3.1m. (-$3.1m) New Cap Space: $46.5m Resigns: Mason Crosby K 3yrs $4m 50% new cap $2m Tyler Ervin RB/RS 2yrs $1.0m new cap $1m Jared Veldheer T 1 yr $4m cap $4m ERFA's Tyler Lancaster DL $750,000 Allen Lazard WR $750,000 Robert Tonyan TE $750,000 Chandon Sullivan CB $750,000 Will Redmond S $750,000 New Cap Space: $35.75m Outside FA's: Michael Pierce NT Ravens 4yrs $9m 50% 2020 cap hit $6.3m. (Why, offers back up to Clark, could also be part of a 4 man line with Hargrave, Clark and Lowry.) Javon Hargave DE Steelers 4yrs $14m 50% 2020 cap hit $9.8m. (Why, replaces Lancaster and offers more upside.) Conner McGovern C/G Broncos 4yrs $10m 60% 2020 cap hit $7.0m. (Signed to play LG, Jenkins is moving to RT. OL is now BAk, McGovern, Patrick, Turner and Jenkins.) Nick Kwiatkoski ILB Bears 4yrs $6m 50% 2020 cap hit $4.2m. (Young and fast with cover skills.) Final Cap Space: $8.45m 2020 NFL Draft: #30. Scouting Report: D’Andre Swift School: Georgia Position: Running Back Class: Junior Height: 5’9″ Weight: 215 Scouting Report: Compact, powerful back with a strong base. A smart, patient runner that allows the play to develop, and waits for the offensive line to create running lanes. Very good vision and makes concerted decisions when a running lane appears. Very difficult to bring down due to not only his strong, low base, but also because he runs with excellent balance and leverage. Developing and proficient in the passing game and in pass protection. (Why? Could make the Packers more explosive. Also gives the Packers insurance if Jones decides he wants big bucks next year.) #62. Scouting Report: Lynn Bowden Jr. School: Kentucky Position: Wide Receiver Class: Junior Height: 6’1″ Weight: 200 Scouting Report: One of the most versatile offensive weapons in college football, Bowden has experience at receiver, quarterback and in the kicking game. Is extremely dangerous in the open field and can be moved all over the field in a creative offense. As a receiver, runs smooth, fluid routes. Gets out of breaks quickly and has an excellent burst after breaks, allowing him to easily get separation. Top end speed is also excellent. Is a natural catcher and thrower of the ball. (Why? Younger version of Randall Cobb. New Slot WR, can also offer PR specialist with Ervin handling kick offs.) #94. Scouting Report: Shane Lemieux School: Oregon Position: Offensive Guard Class: Junior Height: 6’4″ Weight: 316 Scouting Report: Perhaps the best interior lineman in terms of small space, moving forward run blocking. Absolute beast as a road grader with elite upper body strength. Explodes of the snap, locking onto a defender and moving defenders back like a sled drill. Has some decent agility and lateral movement that can be developed over time. Able to lock down defenders in pass pro, but works best when moving forward and with a lesser range to be responsible for. Will be prized by teams looking to develop a power run game which is a popular component of NFL offenses right now. (Why? Will be Turners replacement in 2021 at RG. #133. Scouting Report: Troy Dye School: Oregon Position: Inside Linebacker Class: Senior Height: 6’4″ Weight: 226 Scouting Report: Ideal off the ball linebacker at the next level. Has the ability to play in both man and zone concepts, and can cover ground sideline to sideline quickly. Very good read and react skills, and doesn’t take many false steps. Is extremely reliable in coverage, able to cover both bigger receivers, such as tight ends, and small, shifty running backs. Has shown flashes of blitzing skills, and is not a liability if asked to attack gaps in blitz packages. Doesn’t need to leave the field on third down. (Why? Packers want speed and coverage ability in their ILB, well, Kwiatkoski, Dye, Summers and Burks offer that.) #175. Scouting Report: Darryl Williams School: Mississippi State Position: Offensive Guard/Center Class: Senior Height: 6’2 Weight: 305 Scouting Report: Exceptional interior offensive lineman that works best within smaller spaces. Locks on to defenders and has excellent strength to secure the block. Lower body strength is also very good, and can drive defenders back in the run game to make lanes. A clear interior blocker that won’t be considered as a tackle, but when given fixed zones to work with, is an elite run and pass blocker. (Why? I see him dropping on big boards, offers IOL back up and could even push Patrick back to the IOL back up and be the starter at C.) #192. Scouting Report: AJ Dillon School: Boston College Position: Running Back Class: Senior Height: 6’0″ Weight: 250 Scouting Report: A huge, strong, solidly built power back that has rare athleticism for someone of his size. Initial impressions are of a pure bowling ball power back that will be featured in short yardage situations. However, Dillon has freakish agility and speed for a back of his size, and furthermore isn’t obsessed with making contact. A smart runner, he is always looking for yardage and not just to blow up a defender. Has good vision and looks for a hole and has surprising explosion after putting his foot in the dirt and making a cut upfield. An excellent blocker as well in pass protection. (Why? Your looking at the Packers new FB, yes, FB. Imagine a backfield of Jones, Williams or Swift with Dillon in a double set.) 53 Man Roster: QB: Rogers, Rosen and Boyle RB: Jones, Williams, Swift and Dillon WR: Adams, Bowden, Lizard, EQS, Begelton and Sharpe TE: Njoku, Sternberger, Taylor OL: Bak, McGovern, Patrick, Turner, Jenkins, Lemieux, Williams and Veldheer DL: Pierce, Clark, Hargrave, Lowry, Lancaster and Keke OLB: Gary, Smith, Smith and Ramsey ILB: Kwiatkoski, Dye, Burks and Summers CB: King, Alexander, Sullivan, Jackson and Hollman S: Amos, Savage, Redmond K: Crosby P: Scott LS: Bradley RS: Ervin After draft signing: Tajar Sharpe WR Titans 3yrs $6m 30% Cap hit $4.5m New Cap Space: $3.95m with 3 open spot for UDFA's.
  17. 2020 Off-season Discussion Thread

    If your Gute, would you offer some late round picks for Josh Rosen QB and or David Njoku TE? Like say, both 6th round picks for Rosen and all 3 7th round picks for Njoku? If you could get in done with any picks below 4th round, would you?
  18. 2020 Cap Space: $22.2m ($5m already set aside for draft picks.) Cuts: Graham, Linsley, Taylor, M.Adams and MVS. New Cap Space after cuts: $44.6m Resigns: M. Crosby 3yrs/$4m/50%/$3m, M. Lewis 2yrs/$2.5m/50%/$2m, L. Taylor 1yr/$2.5m New Cap Space after resigns: $37.1m Outside FA's: Amari Cooper WR Cowboys 4yrs/$18m/50%/$12.6m Jack Conklin T Titans 4yrs/$14m/50%/$9.8m Nick Kwiatkoski ILB Bears 4yrs/$6m/50%/$4.2m Danny Shelton NT NE 3yrs/$6m/30%/$4.5m Cap Space after FA's signings: $6.2M ERFA Resigns: T. Lancaster DL A. Lazard WR W. Redmond DB C. Sullivan DB R. Tonyan TE 2020 NFL Draft: #30. Packers trade down with Atlanta Falcons, receive picks #47 and #78. #47. Scouting Report: Ross Blacklock School: TCU Position: Defensive Tackle Class: Junior Height: 6’4″ Weight: 305 Scouting Report: Has been asked to primarily anchor the defensive line and to maintain the gaps around him, which he has excelled at. However, he is much more than a 2-gapping DT, and has shown flashes of being an all around defensive tackle that attack the backfield when needed. Anchors extremely well, with exceptional lower body strength. Also has the rare ability to translate that lower body strength into burst off of the snap. An all around DT that can play in any system. Draft stock will improve the more he can show explosiveness during the draft process. #62. Scouting Report: J.K. Dobbins School: Ohio State Position: Running Back Class: Junior Height: 5’10 Weight: 208 Scouting Report: With a background in martial arts, Dobbins has taken that approach to mastering the craft of running back. Has fought through a pattern of trying to make the big play instead of making the correct play, mostly in part due to lack of playing time. Doesn’t panic and bounce outside, and is a more of a put his foot in the dirt, find a hole, and burst through it, with a quickness to make defenders miss. Also a good pass catcher out of the backfield, which ups his NFL potential. Excellent vision and acceleration which acclimates him well for the NFL game. #78. Scouting Report: Marquez Callaway School: Tennessee Position: Wide Receiver Class: Senior Height: 6’2″ Weight: 200 Scouting Report: Caught in a transition, Callaway came to Tennessee and has been a stabilizing force on the offense. Has a nice blend of overall receiving skills. Speed is very good, and is a vertical threat that is able to locate and catch balls while running at top speed. Perhaps best attribute is winning the battle for the ball when a defender is on him. Versatile enough to be moved all around the offense, but will be best utilized if paired with a true slot receiver. Consistent and reliable with nice route running and technique in catching the ball away from his body. #94. Scouting Report: Shane Lemieux School: Oregon Position: Offensive Guard Class: Junior Height: 6’4″ Weight: 316 Scouting Report: Perhaps the best interior lineman in terms of small space, moving forward run blocking. Absolute beast as a road grader with elite upper body strength. Explodes of the snap, locking onto a defender and moving defenders back like a sled drill. Has some decent agility and lateral movement that can be developed over time. Able to lock down defenders in pass pro, but works best when moving forward and with a lesser range to be responsible for. Will be prized by teams looking to develop a power run game which is a popular component of NFL offenses right now. #133. Scouting Report: Darryl Williams School: Mississippi State Position: Offensive Guard/Center Class: Senior Height: 6’2 Weight: 305 Scouting Report: Exceptional interior offensive lineman that works best within smaller spaces. Locks on to defenders and has excellent strength to secure the block. Lower body strength is also very good, and can drive defenders back in the run game to make lanes. A clear interior blocker that won’t be considered as a tackle, but when given fixed zones to work with, is an elite run and pass blocker. #175. Scouting Report: Noah Igbinoghene School: Auburn Position: Cornerback Class: Junior Height: 5’11” Weight: 200 Scouting Report: Lightning fast corner that has excelled in the return game as well. A converted wide receiver that has a natural instinct for finding the ball when it is in there, but hasn’t quite converted that into interceptions. Known as an exceptionally hard worker, that was able to make the position transition easily due to discipline and the right football mentality. A willing tackler, with a good size frame. Can cover on the outside and is shifty enough to handle receivers in the slot. #192. Scouting Report: Shaquille Quarterman School: Miami Position: Inside Linebacker Class: Senior Height: 6-1 Weight: 240 Scouting Report: Durable leader who plays with aggression. Has been effective in zone coverage but can struggle dropping into coverage. Lacks sideline to sideline speed. Needs work keeping his eyes up to make a play and using his hands and arms. #209. Scouting Report: Khaleke Hudson School: Michigan Position: Safety Class: Senior Height: 6-0 Weight: 205 Scouting Report: Speedster who plays with relentless pursuit. Effective as a free rusher in nickle coverage. Has also showed skill coming off the edge in the blitz, but hasn’t really had to fight through blocks. Strong tackler. Needs to work on his ball tracking abilities. Hybrid role could actually be a distraction as not sure where he will fit in an NFL defense. Need to see more of his skill set in deep coverage. #224. Scouting Report: Quincy Roche School: Temple Position: Outside Linebacker / Defensive End Class: Junior Height: 6’4″ Weight: 235 Scouting Report: A defensive end at Temple, Roche looks much more the part of an outside linebacker at the next level. Has excellent bend around the edge, and uses his speed to beat blockers with a combination of pure athleticism and technique. Is a playmaker both on defense and on special teams, where he is extremely disruptive. Has the short area speed and change of direction abilities to succeed in coverage, but not a ton of experience there. Roche has a good height and length to add more bulk to his frame to possibly stay on as a defensive end, but will probably be most valued by 3-4 teams looking for a pass rushing OLB. #242. Scouting Report: Chauncy Haney School: North Greenville Position: Defensive End Class: Junior Height: 6’5″ Weight: 250 Scouting Report: Small school defensive prospect with a long frame, but slight in build. Gifted pass rusher that has strength and speed off of the edge. Gets leverage quickly, and has been able to beat tackles with speed and power. At the next level would need to continue to add to his core strength to deal with stronger offensive linemen and to hold up against the run. Has shown remarkable pass rush skills at the college level, and teams that prize constant pressure off of the edge could be interested in the middle rounds. A very high ceiling, but still developmental prospect. #243. Scouting Report: Kadarius Toney School: Florida Position: Wide Receiver Class: Junior Height: 5’11” Weight: 194 Scouting Report: Incredibly gifted playmaker that is extremely dangerous with the ball in his hands. A perplexing prospect, Toney has elite talent as a receiver, and can break a big play at any time. However, there are a long list of negatives from ball security, off the field issues and injuries that will have scouts worried. Has excellent speed and elusiveness. Very good hands and is a natural at making the catch away from his body, turning up field and making a play. A natural at shifting his weight to avoid tackles. Needs to have an uneventful year off the field, and show more discipline on, and can make his way into a very desirable position in the draft. Is deservedly compared to Percy Harvin, both in the positive and in the negative. .
  19. 2020 Off-season Discussion Thread

    People are talking about trading for Odell Beckum, what about looking into Corey Davis of the Titans?
  20. 2020 Off-season Discussion Thread

    I would like to see the Packers sign a few of these free agents and why. #1. Javon Hargrave DL, Steelers are low on $, Hargrave would take over for Lancaster as the starter. 83.4 PFF (4yrs/$14m/50% guan, cap hit $9,8m) #2. Beau Allen NT, run stopper to spell Clark or Lowry when needed. 72.6 PFF (3yrs/$6m/30% guan, cap hit $4.5m) #3. Nick Kwiatkoski ILB, young promising ILB, 72.6 PFF (4yrs/$6m/50% guan, cap hit $4.2m) #4. Jack Conklin RT, would hold down the RT spot of the next 4-6 years. 78 PFF (4yrs/$13m/40% guan, cap hit $9.1m) #5. Jimmie Ward DB, Packers need a 3rd CB. With King getting hurt, need a solid #3. 84.2 PFF (4yrs/$8m/40% guan, cap hit $5.6m) #6. Austin Hooper TE, would solve the TE problem, but the other problem is getting Rodgers to throw to him. 78.3 PFF (4yrs/$10m/45%guan, cap hit $7m) #7. Robby Anderson WR, young solid WR, would come in and be the true #2 WR, slide Lazard down to #3 or #4. 68.6 PFF (4yrs/$9m/40% guan, cap hit $6.3m) #8. Danny Amendola WR, veteran WR that is still good and knows how to get open. 71.5 PFF (2yrs/$8m/40% guan. cap hit $6.4m) I would be fricken happy with Hargrave, Conklin and Kwiatoski in green and gold. Any rumors on WR coach?
  21. 2020 Off-season Discussion Thread

    Would we be interested in two Viking players that might be cap causalities, Everson Griffen and Xavier Rhodes?
  22. 2020 Off-season Discussion Thread

    Another option could be drafting Tyler Biadasz-C, Shane Lemieux-G and or Darryl Williams-C/G. Any two out those 3, kick Turner out to RT or keep him there and resign Jared Veldheer for RT.
  23. Random Packer News & Notes

    Danny Amendola wouldn't be a bad pick up either. Doubt Cobb leaves Dallas with MM there now.
  24. Packers Part way with WR coach Alvis Whitted

    Any thoughts on bring his brother over from the 49ers with the added title of Asst. HC?
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