Here's the link. Sampling: Four years later, Rogers leaves SMU as a 262-pound defensive end who just finished 13th in the nation with 9.5 sacks. Those numbers, and the belief that his best days lay ahead, prompted the three-time Super Bowl champions to snag him in the sixth round. βIβve been at this for 23 years, and I really believe in my heart that heβll be there for a while,β Roark said. βIβm not just saying it. I really believe it. Somebody called recently and asked if I was surprised he got drafted. No, Iβm not. I think he belongs.β ========================================================================================================= One thing Tomase doesn't mention in that article is that Rogers likes to play standing up, and he did so at times while at SMU, so he wasn't always playing down in a three point stance. He's more of a natural LB who played college DE, than a natural DE who's trying to transition to LB.