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Discussion in 'The Tiger's Den' started by LSUDad, Jul 22, 2014.

  1. LSUDad

    LSUDad Senior Member

    With the start of NFL camps, lets see who are making it into the NFL Camps:

    The team with the most former Tigers:

    *Da Bears, yep, 5 Tigers, Da Bears likes LSU so much that they took Ego in the 2nd round.

    Ego Ferguson, DT

    Michael Ford, RB.

    Terrence Toliver, WR. Yep, still listed with the team.

    Craig Steltz, S. Wears the number 20, unable to at LSU.

    Danny McCray, S. Was brought over from Dallas when the Special Teams coach was hired.


    * NY Giants, 3 former Tigers, all at WR?

    OBJ, WR, 1st round draft choice, will help Eli return to form. Victor Cruz, Randle and OBJ?

    Rueben Randle, WR. Led the team in TD receptions last year with 6.

    Trindon Holliday, WR/Return Man.

    Kendrick Adams, LB, in their system.


    *NE Pats

    Steven Ridley, RB. Last year, 4.45 ypc, the highest in franchise history.

    Brandon LaFell, WR.


    *Buffalo Bills

    Kyle Williams, DL. Made his 3rd Pro Bowl in 2013.

    Ron Brooks, CB.


    * Miami Dolphins

    Jarvis Landry, WR. Can help inside or out. Can also return punts. Will be in the rotation.

    Anthony Johnson, DL. Signed as a free agent, can he make the camp?


    *Steelers

    Brad Wing, Punter. Will have a shot at making team.


    * Bengals

    Andrew Whitworth, OT. Team leader and one of the top 5 LOT's in the NFL.

    James Wright, WR/Special Teams. Didn't catch a pass last year, but still drafted in the 7th.

    Sam Montgomery, DL. Fresh start, best of luck to him.

    Jeremy Hill, RB. Great spot for him, should do very well here.


    *Cleveland Browns

    Chris Faulk, OT. They like him and hope he starts to work in soon.

    Kiki Mingo, DL. Looks to make another step up this season.


    *Indy Colts

    Ricky Jean Francois, DL.

    Kelvin Sheppard, LB.

    LaRon Landry, S. Came to LSU at 180#'s, now 226. Still has a few years left.



    * Houston Texans

    Alfred Blue, RB. Can play Special Teams, a plus.


    * Jacksonville Jags

    Craig Loston, S. I thought he would get drafted, so did a few others. We'll see. UDFA


    * Tenn Titans

    Zach Mettenberger, QB. They think he was a steal in the draft, hope so.

    Al Woods, DL. Yep, still around the NFL. Looks to play the nose here.

    Lavar Edwards, DL. Working in at DE.


    *Denver Bronco's

    Lamin Barrow, LB. Trying to work him into the MLB position.


    * KC Chiefs

    Dwayne Bowe, WR. Needs to step up his game.


    * Philly Eagles

    Bennie Logan, DL. Started 8 games at the Nose, but can also play outside.

    Donnie Jones, P. Set a franchise record with 33 punts inside the 20 yd line.

    Kadron Boone, WR. UDFA, a good chance to make the team, Special Teams also.


    * Dallas Cowboys

    Mo Claiborne, DB. May have done better with just about any other team.

    JC Copeland, FB. Will have to play Special Teams to make the team.


    * Washington Skins as in Red

    * Perry Riley, LB. Led the team in tackles last year(153). Has done well.


    *GB Packers

    Matt Flynn, QB. Home again. After stops at Oak, Bills and Seattle.



    *Carolina Panthers

    Trai Turner, OL. They think that he could be starting by game one, we'll see.


    * Atlanta Falcons

    Tyson Jackson, DL. Fresh start from KC, best of luck.


    * TB Bucs

    Russell Shepard, WR.


    * Zona

    Kevin Minter, LB. Second year Pro, this is his year.

    Tyrann Mathieu, DB. Coming off a knee injury, but played very well.

    Patrick Peteson, CB. 4th year for this shutdown corner.

    Curtis Taylor, S.


    * SF 49'ers

    Eric Reid, S. Pro Bowl last year, a reason they moved up to get him.

    Glenn Dorsey, DL. Has fit in well with the 9'ers.


    * Seahawks

    Spencer Ware, RB. Plays from the FB position at time. They like him.

    Tharold Simon, CB. Looks to be in the mix this year.


    Some other names that may have a shot in the NFL:

    Quinn Johnson
    Ryan Clark
    Corey Webster
    Chase Clement
    Jacob Cutrera
    Early Doucet
    Pep Levingston
    Nate Livings
    Brandon Taylor
    Keiland Williams

    Best of luck to all
     
    Last edited: Jul 22, 2014
  2. el005639

    el005639 Err on the side of freedom

    Do you ever wonder why the Saints don't typically have a lot of lsu players...I wonder if its because of they worry the players would get back with old crowd back home?
     
  3. MLUTiger

    MLUTiger Secular Humanist

    It's because they're not the BPA when the Saints select a player. I have no doubt that if OBJ had been available, he would have been a Saint this year. If Hill had dropped further, I could easily see the Saints dropping a pick on him.
     
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  4. LSUDad

    LSUDad Senior Member

  5. ParadiseiNC

    ParadiseiNC don't worry, be happy

    appreciate all the info, Dad. good list to refer to once the NFL season gets going to follow our Tigers.
     
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  6. LSUDad

    LSUDad Senior Member

    Jarvis Landry excites the Dolphins early
    Dolphins owner Stephen Ross shook the hand of one player coming off the field on Friday: Rookie Jarvis Landry.

    Later, Ross mentioned Landry unsolicited, suggesting the owner is excited about Miami's second round pick before the kid catches even one pass in a game. Maybe he knows something.

    "I think Jarvis Landry is somebody I think everybody is really excited about, speaking to the coaches. I think he’s really going to be somebody that’s going to surprise a lot of people and really bring some excitement to this team,” Ross said.

    Well, if the coaches are telling him to keep an eye on Landry, maybe we should also.

    What does Landry think of his first day of practice?




    Also what Landry has been saying, most of what Cam runs at LSU, the Dolphins are doing much of the same. He has fit in well and looks to be ahead if the game there.
     
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  7. LSUDad

    LSUDad Senior Member

    OBJ...........


     
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  8. LSUDad

    LSUDad Senior Member

    Panthers’ Trai Turner shines as offensive line displays progress
    By Jonathan Jones
    [email protected]
    Posted: Friday, Jul. 25, 2014

    Few came to see how the offensive line meshed, but Panthers coach Ron Rivera kept an eye on it.

    Carolina’s offensive line rotated several players with the first and second teams, though the Panthers’ first-string line remains static.

    From left to right, Byron Bell, Amini Silatolu, Ryan Kalil, Trai Turner and Nate Chandler got the majority of first-team reps together Friday night, just as they did during June’s three-day minicamp.

    Rivera isn’t necessarily putting much stock into the line’s performance until they get into pads on Sunday.

    “It was tough to tell, but listening to them communicate and talk is important,” Rivera said. “I thought Kalil did a nice job.”

    Kalil, one of the top centers in the league in his eighth year, is the most veteran player on the offensive line. While most eyes were on quarterback Cam Newton and his surgically repaired ankle, Kalil was focused on getting the calls with his younger linemen.

    “I think in these practices you’re looking for ability to pick up the scheme,” Kalil said. “It’s a big playbook, a lot of information is being thrown around early on, so you’re looking at how guys are playing.

    “You don’t really ABC it. We’re getting pretty down-the-line (defensive) looks right out of the gate, so it’s a good way to see how guys adapt and how they work things out on the fly in high-game speed.”

    Of the young guys around him, Kalil said Turner stood out the most. The Panthers drafted Turner out of Louisiana State in the third round of this year’s draft, and Turner turned 21 just last month.

    He’s gotten the majority of reps at right guard since minicamp.

    “He’s so young and he’s doing such a good job,” Kalil said.
     
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  9. TigerTap

    TigerTap LSUsports.net

    Would have been amazing to have either OBJ or Landry back this year. Would have been unfair maybe. But looking forward to what the new WR studs can do. Also hoping Hawkins follows the La'el approach to the draft next year.
     
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  10. LSUDad

    LSUDad Senior Member

    I agree Tap, La'el could be a 1st rounder this year. Hawk could move over to LOT and be a first rounder the next year. The problem if you want to call it one, Hawk will wow them at a combine, when ever he goes out
     

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