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  1. kurtinelson

    kurtinelson Rookie

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    Thought it would be fun for people to post updates on the NFL careers of draft picks that they've eyed in previous year's drafts.

    I'll begin:

    Richard Marshall
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    College: Fresno St.
    Year Drafted: 2006
    Round: 2, pick 58 overall
    Position: CB
    NFL Teams played for: Carolina
    Games played: 48
    Tackles: 246
    Int: 7
    Sack: 4

    Teddy Lehman
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    College: Oklahoma
    Year Drafted: 2004
    Round: 2, pick 37 overall
    Position: ILB
    NFL Teams Played for: Detroit, Buffalo
    Games Played: 45
    Tackles: 150
    Sacks 1
    INTs 2
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    Guess I'll just have to play with myself.

    Roman Harper
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    College: Alabama
    Year Drafted: 2006
    Round: 2, pick 43 overall
    Position: SS
    NFL Teams played for: New Orleans
    Games played: 36
    Tackles: 205
    Int: 3
    PDef: 20
    Sack: 5

    Isaac Sopoaga
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    College: Hawaii
    Year Drafted: 2004
    Round: 4, pick 104 overall
    Position: DT
    NFL Teams played for: San Fran
    Games played: 63
    Tackles: 104
    Sack: 4
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    I'll throw one in I wanted from last year. I wanted Curtis Lofton as well as Mayo. I was told be a few here on the board that Lofton was too slow and didn't tackle well. Turned out well so far for Atlanta.... Here is Lofton:

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    College: Oklahoma
    Year Drafted: 2008
    Round: 2, pick 37th overall
    Position: ILB
    NFL Teams played for: Atlanta
    Games played: 16
    Tackles: 94
    Int: 0
    PDef: 3
    Sack: 1
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    Come on, everybody, we have to fess up on the players we liked who haven't come through, too. Mike Hass, anybody? Tim McGarigle? And I know that some of you were huge Bobby Carpenter fans....
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    Damnit Michael Bishop... I thought you had all the tools. :D
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    I, in a drunken stupor, thought Ali highsmith would be a good late round pick. Dang that guy. I blame Sam Adams.
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    He flamed out so quickly, I couldn't even remember his name.
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    Buster Davis
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    College: Florida St
    Year Drafted: 2007
    Round: 3, pick 69 overall
    Position: LB
    Drafted byArizona
    NFL Teams played for: Detroit, Indianapolis
    Games played: 7
    Tackles: 24
    Int: --
    PDef: --
    Sack: --

    Jimmy Kennedy
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    College: Penn St.
    Year Drafted: 2003
    Round: 1, pick 12 overall
    Position: DT
    NFL Teams played for: St. Louis, Chicago, Jacksonville, Minnesota
    Games played: 64
    Tackles: 73
    Sack: 5
    PDef: 4

    I'd didn't realize what a journeyman Jimmy Kennedy has been.
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    Put me in the Carpenter camp. If cowboys cut em sign me up!
  10. kurtinelson

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    Here's some some more additions to the where are they now file...


    Sinorice Moss
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    College: Miami
    Year Drafted: 2006
    Round: 2, pick 44 overall
    Position: WR
    Drafted byNY Giants
    NFL Teams played for: NY Giants
    Games played: 29
    Receptions 38
    Yards 403
    TDs 2




    Daryn Colledge
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    College: Boise St.
    Year Drafted: 2006
    Round: 2, pick 47 overall
    Position: G
    NFL Teams played for: Green Bay
    Games played: 48
    Games started 44




    Justin Durant
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    College: Hampton
    Year Drafted: 2007
    Round: 2, pick 48 overall
    Position: LB
    Drafted by Jacksonvillle
    NFL Teams played for: Jacksonville
    Games played: 27
    Tackles 119
    Sacks 1
    INts 1
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    Anthony Spencer

    Pass-rushing DE/OLB out of Purdue: 2 years, 28 games, 70 tackles.

    Dallas got him in the first. I was looking at him in the second. Not the pass-rushing demon I thought he'd be.
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    ...Except being able to read.

    Like in the Wizard of Oz. There was a character looking for a Brain...
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    billdog3484 PatsFans.com Supporter PatsFans.com Supporter

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    it just shows you how hard it is to find a great player. how do guys like giovanni carmazzi get drafted over guys like Brady?
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