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4 hours ago, Adrenaline_Flux said:

this reminds me of when someone here suggested that we move David Garrard to WR

Except shenault actually has played te before albeit limited snaps but it would give us some interesting things we can do. 

Shenault can play wildcat qb, wr, rb, and te(I would use him as a move guy not your traditional inline guy. 

Just some interesting idea depending on who/when we draft a wr.

I also wouldn't be opposed to colin johnson moving to a move te role cuz he's not meyers type of wr

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1 minute ago, LinderFournette said:

Except shenault actually has played te before albeit limited snaps but it would give us some interesting things we can do. 

Shenault can play wildcat qb, wr, rb, and te(I would use him as a move guy not your traditional inline guy. 

Just some interesting idea depending on who/when we draft a wr.

I also wouldn't be opposed to colin johnson moving to a move te role cuz he's not meyers type of wr

Colin Johnson would probably be a better choice...isn't he like 6'5 or something?

-charlez

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11 hours ago, Charles said:

Colin Johnson would probably be a better choice...isn't he like 6'5 or something?

-charlez

Yes but delanie walker is like 6 foot 1.  Similar length(1/8 of an inch). Only difference is hand size 9 for shenault and 10 for walker.  

No real results for anything but 40s due to shenaults choice but even the 40s were only .04 off and they had the same 10 and 20 split. 

 

Johnson doesn't have any measurements available besides his physical stuff due to johnson's hip flexor injury. 

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