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Old 07-29-2013   #241
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This is the sort of move that I was hoping would happen right after the draft when we knew we weren't going to be getting some young stud to fit in there beside Cush. I expected us to sign SOMEONE besides Dobbins to provide some competition for that spot prior to training camp and I was just afraid we were going to end up with Bradie James and Barrett Ruud again.
Not sure that there were any ideal guys out there. Interesting that Mays became available when he did. The Broncos did him a favor.

PFF has some interesting numbers on him. Last year, had numbers about the same as Bradie James but far fewer games to look at because of his season ending injury--so could be a little skewed. (Tied for 30th ILB).

His 2011 PFF numbers were better. For a whole season, he had a positive score, 17th overall.

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I think he's a significant upgrade over Dobbins and Sharpton.

And in obvious passing situations, he'll come off the field and Swearinger or Manning will move up to that spot to provide coverage.
I read that Mays lost his starting gig after a bad game against the Pats, so ... feel free to fill in the blanks.
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I would not keep sharpton. Roster spots are too valuable and he's too fragile.
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I would not keep sharpton. Roster spots are too valuable and he's too fragile.
Do you have enough ILBs now to cut him?
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He looks "thicker" than 6'5" 233lbs..... that's good. Definitely not as lanky as those numbers would indicate.
A while back, I think during OTA's, he said he was up to 240 lbs and his goal was 250 lbs. When are their "official" weights taken?
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I read that Mays lost his starting gig after a bad game against the Pats, so ... feel free to fill in the blanks.
That was an awfully strange game. The Pats won that game 32 - 21. Brady had the highest pass completion percentage of any game last year........ 23 of 31 for ~75%..........with the lowest total yards for a game 223.

The Forehead, on the other hand, completed 31 or 44 for 70%........with total passing yards of 337.
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Do you have enough ILBs now to cut him?
I'd rather have someone else and give them a shot to stay healthy. Even if we have to carry one of the udfa guys. I just don't trust sharpton to stay healthy.
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Do you have enough ILBs now to cut him?
He's got 74 career tackles over three years, I think we'll be okay. Sharpton barely even sees the field.
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He's got 74 career tackles over three years, I think we'll be okay. Sharpton barely even sees the field.
Pretty sure thats his point !
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Pretty sure thats his point !
Appreciate the back-up, but I honestly didn't have a point. I wanted to see what Rey thought about the situation.

If he said yes (which he did) I'd take that as he being so frustrated with Sharpton, he's willing to cut bait & move on with very little "proven" talent behind him.

If he said no, I'd take that to mean he sees something in Sharpton worth waiting for.

Personally I'd hate to see the shtstorm his uncle is going to bring down on Rick Smith if we cut him.
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Personally I'd hate to see the shtstorm his uncle is going to bring down on Rick Smith if we cut him.
Rey's opinion aside, seems like time to cut bait to me. I like the guy and his playmaking ability, when he has it. IT'S just not too often.

He's GLASSMAN.

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Appreciate the back-up, but I honestly didn't have a point. I wanted to see what Rey thought about the situation.

If he said yes (which he did) I'd take that as he being so frustrated with Sharpton, he's willing to cut bait & move on with very little "proven" talent behind him.

If he said no, I'd take that to mean he sees something in Sharpton worth waiting for.

Personally I'd hate to see the shtstorm his uncle is going to bring down on Rick Smith if we cut him.
I think he has some talent, but you are right...I'm frustrated with him...

With mays dobbins and reed able to play inside plus an udfa or two, maybe a late vet pick up somewhere...

Roster spots are just too valuable.
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Quality depth is too valuable. We have to keep them all to avoid another Barrutt Ruud situation. When you're playing for a ring you have to keep your experienced vets.
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More clarification from Twitter on Sam Montgomery ankle report.

At camp, you don't get all the audio/transcripts because interviews being held all over the place all at the same time.

Sam told someone directly at SR610 that "...just got a mild high ankle sprain, not really that serious..."

So either 1. Yes, he has a high ankle sprain 2. He may be mistaken about it being a high ankle sprain. /Dr Sam.

It being a high ankle sprain would not be incompatible with Kubiak saying ankle sprain.
So, does Montgomery have a high ankle strain or not? Because if he does have a high ankle sprain it's a serious thing and he will probably miss the rest of the preseason at best. and the 1st month of the season at worst. If Montgomery has a high ankle sprain he's a candidate for the PUP at best.

And the IR at worst if he cant practice at all during the preseason. After all he would be a rookiewith no practice time. Do you think Wade would trust a rookie OLB like Montgomery during the middle of the regular season, when another rookie like Jefferson will have gotten all of the practice reps?
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So, does Montgomery have a high ankle strain or not? Because if he does have a high ankle sprain it's a serious thing and he will probably miss the rest of the preseason at best. and the 1st month of the season at worst. If Montgomery has a high ankle sprain he's a candidate for the PUP at best.

And the IR at worst if he cant practice at all during the preseason. After all he would be a rookiewith no practice time. Do you think Wade would trust a rookie OLB like Montgomery during the middle of the regular season, when another rookie like Jefferson will have gotten all of the practice reps?
Thought someone said he was ineligible for PUP since he did briefly practice? Might be redshirt errr IR material.
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Any word on how Randy Bullock and/or Shane Lechler are looking? Still wondering who will be handling KO duties.
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