Jeremy Jarmon-supplemental draft on July 16

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  1. Wolf

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    http://collegefootball.rivals.com/content.asp?CID=958779
     
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    4th or 5th rd IMO
     
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    Think I'd rather hold our picks for the next draft & see what is there. We might not be in the market for a DE or LB at end of this season.
     
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    http://www.nfldraftbible.com/Latest/joe_mcmahon_enters_2009_nfl_supplemental_draft.html

    haven't a clue on any of the guys and if they would be worth a shot in late rounds
     
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    Every time I see these "fine dining" supplemental draft "menus," I have to slap myself and remind myself of the nausea, vomitting and diarrhea I developed watching Milford Brown (6th round) and Tony Hollings (2nd round).
     
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    The pick used on Hollings (the Raiders 2004 3nd rounder) would have been the 33rd pick in the draft, and could have been used on Karlos Dansby (taken @ #33) or Chris Snee (#34).

    Jarmon is a SEC DE with credentials. His drug test should be a concern, but otherwise had the look of a 2nd round pick. I wouldn't blame a team with a need at RDE for rolling the dice on Jarmon.
     


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    typical Raider move, that 3rd is going to be like a late 2nd :cool:
     
  11. Bulluck53

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    It was the Redskins not the raiders. I think its a good fit for both sides, a little higher than I would have thought but I'm happy for Jarmon. He's a good kid.
     

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