Originally Posted by Allstar
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Smith at podium: Says he applauds efforts of scouting/coaching staff. Feels better about this process than in years past.
"The work is done and the board is set."
We have to look at OL group, can help ourselves at WR position, and depth in LB corps. Plus "You can always add corners."
We'll have a quality football player available at 26th pick.
Successful last yr in Draft/Free Agency/On field last year. Reason why: we executed. Went in prepared and we executed.
Impressed w depth in draft this year w WR/OL/LB positions.
this time last yr, none of our LB's had played in the position they wound up playing. Succeeded bc of @sonofbum (Wade Phillips), Herring, scouts.
To have that season under @sonofbum has helped everyone. We're further along now. Always need LB help.
Last yr we were fortunate to get @Brooksreed42. Still think he can get better. Also think @HarrisNOFLYZONE will help us win.
Restricted free agency has never been a strong market for improvement.
I spend next day and a half calling around and asking other GM's about potential trades. Most moves happen when you're on clock, tho
We're talking to K Neil Rackers about coming back. K/P are also part of thought process in draft, but few are ever drafted.
Very confident in @MSchaub8 rehab process. Working hard, looking good, and on schedule.
Well nice try Rick, fatty just wrote that we are looking at Bullock (I believe this) and that Rackers is going to the Redskins. When I read where Rick said that few kickers are ever drafted I thought, "Rick, is that the best you can do?" I doubt we wait until round 7 to draft Bullock considering we have nobody. Maybe he is really pulling a fast one on everybody and has someone else in mind but I doubt it. Every GM has to be thinking well if we want Bullock we got to jump ahead of the Texans. Wish he would have said we have our eyes on a couple of kickers something a little less weak.