Adam Stenavich signed to practice squad

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  1. Brando

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    Offensive tackle Adam Stenavich signed with the practice squad on Monday. Stenavich was released by the Dallas Cowboys in their final round of cuts and spent time on the practice squad with Green Bay in 2006.

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    Taken from CloakNNNdaggers's post in another thread......


    From what others have said, the Cowboys released him to make room for Larry Allen so he could retire as a Cowboy.
     
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  2. beerlover

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    Learning a new position is never easy but Adam Stenavich is capable of doing it. He is a tough player which is the main ingredient of being an NFL type guard. Stenavich will likely go to a team that still focuses on a power running game. Zone blocking teams won’t see as much value in him because he lacks the experience, mobility, and pulling ability for that scheme. Teams that employ power schemes like the Pittsburgh Steelers, Baltimore Ravens, and Dallas Cowboys will find much greater value in him as a backup guard. As of right now, scouts are projecting him to go between the 5th and 6th rounds.

    that just kinda jumps out @ me.

    FYI, Adam was starting LT for Michigan & Jake Long played RT his senior season (05).
     
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    5.6 jumped out at me....After Duane though I'm not saying a word.
     
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    May windup being a guard in our system.
     
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    Why? I am not sure how often a Guard has to run a 40 during a game but I do not think it is that often.
     

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