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Woow. There must be something serious behind the scenes because his production has actually been decent despite the inconsistency

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Given the fact that Schefter only released the news 2 mins before @49erurtaza I'm starting believe he is Adam Schefter. 

Such a wasted pick for DET given who they could have had at 1.10 in 2014 - but the talent is there.  Someone will come running for him, he won't be a FA for long.

NO makes a ton of sense, but doubt they have the $ to spend.   DAL probably would love to get Ebron's successor, with Gathers out all year from concussion, no obvious succession plan there.

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5 minutes ago, Superduperman said:

Woow. There must be something serious behind the scenes because his production has actually been decent despite the inconsistency

Expectations in DET were sky-high.

I mean, this was the guy they took before...Aaron Donald and OBJ.

Doh.

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could see the Bengals picking him up since he was cut, especially if they don't bring back Eifert. 

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Just now, PapaShogun said:

He'll be a Raider.

At least there he won't the guy on the team with the worst case of the drops.

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4 minutes ago, Broncofan said:

Expectations in DET were sky-high.

I mean, this was the guy they took before...Aaron Donald and OBJ.

Doh.

Yeah because it's not like they had Calvin and Suh....

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