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  1. Mack Herron

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    I was hoping this kid had put the knee issues behind him last year. After the Harris pick and now this, I hope his career isn't defined by them.
     
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    signbabybrady Pro Bowl Player

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    I just hope he can give us his rookie contract.
     
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    What does a knee scope involve? Removing scar tissue?
     
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    that's basically his prime anyway. 24-26. 27 with the 5th year option.
     
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  6. captain stone

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    Yet another surgery. Terrific.
     
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  7. ChrisR2223

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    Boldens time to shine.
     
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  8. Elijah

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    If the next 3 RB on the depth chart get hurt too, sure.
     
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    Sounds minor but almost all knee surgery is done by scope now (including ACL) so doesn't tell us much. No surgery is good, of course.
     
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    That's like Barner last year. In other words, we would be ****ed.
     
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    There were reports coming out of college that he has bone on bone. It's possible to play with that but it's always going to be a concern and could end up being something that has to be managed.
     
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    There were reports coming out of college that he has bone on bone. It's possible to play with that but it's always going to be a concern and could become something that has to be managed.
     
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    with his history, best case is they want to take a look at the degenerative arthritic condition that he reportedly has and trim or remove any cartilage that may have torn off.
     
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    Bone-on-Bony Michel.
     
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    ChrisR2223 Pro Bowl Player

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    Still better than Boney Maroney.
    Still can't believe we missed on Jones Drew and DeAngelo Williams for him.
    Whoever advocated for that pick I hope they never make a pick for the Pats again.
     
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    Not panic button time yet, by any means. But I’ve always felt there is a big difference between Stork & Mitchell vs Michel. The first two were VG picks because if a fourth rounder helps you significantly on route to a championship - that’s great ! And while Michel played a huge role in à SB win as well, fair or unfair - you expect the first rounder to be more than a shooting star.

    My two cents.
     
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    Williams was my first choice too, but LaMa was my clear #2; MJD had an off-field past that was somewhat concerning.
    I had no problem with that pick...nor of the Chad Jackson trade-up/pick. That was pretty much the end of my IBIT At the Draft.
     
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    When DeAngelo Williams fell I danced in front the tv and went Deangelo what the frick.
    Maroney
     
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    We likely don't win the SB without Michel (no I don't know for sure but it worked out well) so that was a successful pick. This doesn't sound like a major deal anyway but we have depth at RB and won the Super Bowl. So I'm good.
     
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    I just hope that the procedure didn’t involve removing the last piece of cartilage in his bum knee.
     
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