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Pencil-in Kavon Frazier as your Starting Safety in 2018

= = My first offseason prediction is on wax — I’m going to say Kavon Frazier will be the Dallas Cowboys starting strong safety in 2018 and beyond. Why?

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~BROZ’ new Eagles draft is a sight for sore EYEs

Our resident draft analyst and honored correspondent for the Drafttek site has begun his work for the new season in earnest. That would be the bombastic ~BROZ, who for the first time ever gets to pick from the 32nd spot in the NFL Draft. Allowing that “32nd spot” thing to sink in—EYE never thought we’d be seeing that in print in my lifetime as pertains to the Philadelphia Eagles

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Dave Gettleman Hired as NY Giants GM

Dave Gettleman has been hired as the New York Giants General Manager. The quick reaction is predictable and mixed pros & cons on the decision. We are on record as preferring Louis Riddick .

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Mr. Intrigue: Will Benson And His Potential To Shine

When an organization selects a high school baseball player in the first round of the draft, they primarily do so because of the belief the player’s ceiling far outweighs the risks. In other words, they ask the internal question: “Do we project this player to produce an above-average WAR that a much safer, collegiate athlete would? Are we willing to take the risk?” Granted, many other factors contribute to the sacred position: Many man-hours are dedicated to make the right decision and do so withing the financial parameters given

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Nothing too weird to report at Eagles-Dolphins joint practice—but Birds deal Tobin to Seattle

I echo Beans of Australia’s sigh of relief that nothing too dramatic came out of yesterday’s joint practice between the Eagles and the Miami Dolphins— except that our former and somewhat goofy well-paid cornerback Byron Maxwell got torched in several friendly drills against his former team. Perhaps the best news of all is that our 1st-round pick rookie DE Derek Barnett was back on the field after a mysterious absence on Sunday due to an undisclosed “lower body” injury. Turns out it was just a bruised thigh—which when you’re that young as a highly conditioned athlete simply means you took a day off for hot tub therapy.

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Nothing too weird to report at Eagles-Dolphins joint practice—but Birds deal Tobin to Seattle

Bieber Earns Second Promotion of Season

22-year old right handed pitcher Shane Bieber is making his way through the Indians’ farm system at an impressive pace. Bieber, who was a fourth round pick by the Indians in the 2016 draft, has earned his second promotion of the season recently, being called up to the Akron RubberDucks (AA) of the Eastern League. The right-hander made just five starts with the Lake County Captains (A), and then 14 more at Lynchburg (A adv) before making the move to Akron

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AngelsWin.com Interviews Outfielder Brennon Lund

The Angels desperately need some more left-handed bats in their lineup. And they can always use another table-setter hitting in front of Trout.

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AngelsWin.com Interviews Outfielder Brennon Lund

2017 NFL Draft: Jeff Ireland’s Influence on Saints’ Draft Tendencies

After an embarrassing string of unsuccessful drafts extending from 2007 through 2014, the New Orleans Saints brought in ex-Miami Dolphins’ game manager, Jeff Ireland, to act as their assistant general manager.  Unlike Loomis, the general manager, Ireland’s expertise is based on his scouting knowledge and draft strategy.  Although the entire Saints’ scouting staff received a massive overhaul in 2015, Ireland’s presence has undoubtedly been felt.  Ireland has only been with the team for two offseasons but both the 2015 and 2016 draft classes have shown promise.  Before we jump into my overall takeaways, let’s recap the previous 4 drafts that Ireland has participated in (two in Miami and two in New Orelans).   2013 Players Drafted (Miami) Pick 3 – Dion Jordan – EDGE – Oregon Pick 54 – Jamar Taylor – CB – Boise State Pick 77 – Dallas Thomas – T – Tennessee Pick 93 – Will Davis – CB – Utah State Pick 104 – Jelani Jenkins – LB – Florida Pick 106 – Dion Sims – TE – Michigan State Pick 164 – Mike Gillislee – RB – Florida Pick 166 – Caleb Sturgis – K – Florida Pick 250 – Don Jones – SS – Arkansas State SUMMARY : Ireland has admitted that he didn’t expect Oakland to accept his trade offer for the 3 rd overall pick and he and his scouting staff were still undecided on the player they would select when they made the move.  I find it pretty irresponsible to propose a trade to move from 12 all the way up to 3 without much of a game-plan or player in mind.  However, only giving up a 1 st (12) and a 2 nd (42) to make that move was a bargain simply based on pick value.  Dion Jordan was an extremely gifted prospect but injuries and performance enhancing drugs wrecked his career.  This was one of Jeff Ireland’s riskiest picks and it did not pay off.  Jamar Taylor never lived up to his physical capabilities in Miami, although he did become one of the league’s more promising corners when he was traded to the Browns.  Dallas Thomas was a solid prospect heading into the draft with 4 years of starting experience for North Dakota State.  Injuries were a concern and in retrospect, warranted.  Although he occasionally flashed potential, Thomas has not developed as well as the Dolphins would have hoped.  Next, Ireland traded up and selected Will Davis out of Utah.  Davis has since been cut and is currently without a team.  Once again, Ireland traded up to select Jelani Jenkins.  Jenkins has been a solid contributor starting 33 games over the last 4 seasons.  Dion Sims, used mostly as an in-line tight end, has been a consistent presence for the Dolphins starting 22 games over the last 4 seasons. Gillislee, Sturgis and Jones are no longer on the Dolphin’s active roster.

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Cody Kessler will start for Browns in Week 9

There will be no quarterback controversy in Cleveland. At least not for the next two days. Cody Kessler will start for the Browns (0-8) Sunday against the Cowboys (6-1) in Cleveland, according to Pro Football Talk

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Box Score Recap – 7/5/2016

It appears that the Phillies may be finished signing 2016 draft picks.  Todd Zolecki reported that “The Phillies have signed 29 of 40 players selected in the 2016 Draft. They will exceed the allotted $13,405,200 in their bonus pool but by no more than five percent.” Matt Gelb followed with “Mildly interesting: Ownership approved Phillies … Continue reading Box Score Recap – 7/5/2016 →

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