by Zero2Cool on 8/9/2018 7:23:45 AM

Brian is a first time General Manager, so I have provided him a cheat sheet. Yes, I'm a swell fella.

Offense - 25
  1. Aaron Rodgers
  2. DeShonne Kizer

  1. Aaron Jones,
  2. Jamaal Williams,
  3. Ty Montgomery

  1. Aaron Ripkowski

  1. Davante Adams,
  2. Randall Cobb,
  3. Geronimo Allison,
  4. Jake Kumerow,
  5. J'Mon Moore,
  6. Equanimeous St. Brown

  1. Jimmy Graham,
  2. Lance Kendricks,
  3. Marcedes Lewis,
  4. Emanuel Byrd

  1. David Bakhtiari,
  2. Lane Taylor,
  3. Corey Linsley,
  4. Justin McCray,
  5. Bryan Bulaga,
  6. Kyle Murphy,
  7. Lucas Patrick,
  8. Byron Bell,
  9. Kofi Amichia

Defense - 25
  1. Mike Daniels
  2. Muhammad Wilkerson
  3. Dean Lowry
  4. Montravius Adams
  5. James Looney

  1. Kenny Clark
  2. Tyler Lancaster

  1. Blake Martinez
  2. Oren Burks
  3. Ahmad Thomas

  1. Clay Matthews
  2. Nick Perry
  3. Vince Biegel
  4. Reggie Gilbert
  5. Kendall Donnerson

  1. Tramon Williams
  2. Kevin King
  3. Josh Jackson
  4. Jaire Alexander
  5. Davon House
  6. Josh Hawkins

  1. Ha Ha Clinton-Dix
  2. Josh Jones
  3. Kentrell Brice
  4. Lenzy Pipkins

Special Teams - 3
K - Mason Crosby
P - JK Scott
LS - Hunter Bradley

Aaron Jones two game suspension. Packers will keep Joe Kerridge for those two games then release him when no one is looking and stash him on Practice Squad.

What do you all think about this?
by Zero2Cool on 7/18/2018 2:56:19 PM

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by Zero2Cool on 4/28/2018 5:45:12 PM

Kendall Donnerson | Edge | Southeast Missouri St. | 6'3" - 236 lbs.

4.48 in the forty yard dash

Donnerson's tape is nowhere near draftable in terms of his skill set, but from an athletic standpoint, his testing numbers are beyond rare for his size. Donnerson is a project that teams might not be willing to draft, but will be more than happy to stash on the practice squad as a PFA while they try and improve his technique and skill, hoping to unlock his athletic gifts. At this point, Donnerson is no more than a lottery scratch-off with the potential for a tremendous pay-off, but with the odds against it.

  • Athletic testing was on the elite end of the scale and would have dominated at the Combine
  • At 250 pounds he posted a 4.48-second 40-yard dash, 40-inch vertical, 10-foot-11 broad jump and 7.03 three-cone
  • Sudden lateral bursts as edge defender to widen out and close off perimeter runs
  • Shows ability to flip hips over the top of the tackle as a rusher
  • Big closing burst to the quarterback after he flattens around the arc
  • Well-proportioned build with sturdy, balanced base through contact
  • Smooth in space when asked to drop into coverage

  • Nowhere near skilled enough as an edge defender at this point
  • Doesn't show consistent ability to dominate at the lower level
  • Considered more workout warrior than pro prospect currently
  • Below average motor and instincts
  • Needs to play much faster -- especially with upfield burst as rusher
  • Lacks hand usage, go-to rush moves and workable counters
  • Would like to see him take control at point of attack when setting the edge
  • Doesn't play with enough knee bend in space.

by Zero2Cool on 4/28/2018 4:58:22 PM

James Looney | Defensive End | California | 6'3" - 287 lbs.

Looney's quickness and disruptive qualities were on full display in 2016, but he was much easier to block in 2017. He lacks the size and strength to play inside and it appears as though adding functional weight on his frame is a non-starter. Looney will likely need to improve his lean muscle mass and try to transition into a role as a base 4-3 end who might be able to reduce inside as a situational pass rusher in sub-packages.

  • Watched and learned from his brother, Joe, who was an offensive lineman drafted in the fourth round in 2012
  • Known for infectious personality and hard-charging style
  • Instincts are good
  • Able to sync-up with lateral movements of blockers to penetrate and disrupt
  • Shows ability to corner sharply and flatten to the ball after getting past blockers
  • Athletic in space with ability to chase down screens or help finish as a clean-up tackler on the perimeter
  • Uses quick hands and feet in union to challenge a blockers edge
  • Possesses decent spin move as rusher inside
  • Quick arm-over move can launch him past guards into the backfield for a quick win
  • Initial quickness and loose upper body make it difficult to trap him

  • High-cut with thin calves for interior player
  • Doesn't have frame to carry necessary mass for interior lineman
  • On skates when true power comes rolling downhill against him
  • Gave ground too frequently to power this season
  • His 2016 tape and production was much better than 2017
  • Looked out of place in Cal's 4i alignment
  • Pops up too tall early in the rep
  • Poor pad level makes it challenging to maintain functional balance against redirect blocks
  • Hands are faster than strong
  • Sets himself up to disengage from blocks, but doesn't have the strength to shed them consistently
  • May not have a true position fit
by Zero2Cool on 4/28/2018 4:08:27 PM

Equanimeous Tristan Imhotep J. St. Brown | Receiver | Notre Dame | 6'5" - 214 lbs.

St. Brown's combination of size and speed will be coveted by offenses looking for a prospect who can create throwing windows down the field with his ability to separate as the route progresses. St. Brown's competitive nature needs to improve as does his play strength to elude early pressure from physical cornerbacks. He has never been a volume target and has just three 100-yard games in his career. At this stage, St. Brown is more of a threat than a weapon and his ceiling may be an average starter or WR3.

  • Tall target with long limbs
  • Plays outside and from slot
  • Early push into routes with quickness to decelerate and open and uncover on comebacks
  • Effortless glider
  • Much faster than he looks
  • Easy maneuvering around route traffic
  • Staccato footwork provides above average change of direction without slowing
  • Has build-up speed to overtake cornerbacks as vertical route progresses to third level
  • Willing to work over the middle
  • Able to eliminate pursuit angles and hit big runs after catch on crossing routes
  • Showed elevated concentration on tougher catches in 2016
  • Good feel for use of length to overcome cornerbacks down the sideline
  • Very few focus drops during his career
  • Has speed to hit the chunk play

  • Competitiveness feels optional for him at times
  • Needs to play with more consistent urgency
  • Struggles with physical cornerbacks
  • Crowded and harassed by North Carolina's M.J
  • Stewart and finished with just one catch
  • Routes and stems are rounded
  • Needs to do better at disguising route breaks
  • Doesn't create as much downfield separation as he could with better route leverage
  • Doesn't extend to pluck and allows throws to get into him
  • Hand strength is below average
  • Has catches that turn into drops due to lack of hand strength through contact
  • Body positioning and ball adjustments down the field are just OK

4.48 forty yard dash
by Zero2Cool on 4/28/2018 2:54:41 PM

Marquez Valdes-Scantling | Receiver | South Florida | 6'4" - 206 lbs.

Height, weight, speed prospect with intriguing deep ball capabilities as a big field stretcher. Valdes-Scantling is a work in progress who hasn't learned how to create leverage within his linear routes and doesn't have the ball skills he will need to win downfield. He's probably not ready to help a team just yet, but his issues may be correctable so he's worth a Day 3 selection as a stash-and-coach prospect.

  • Possesses size and speed traits evaluators look to develop
  • Pushes off the line of scrimmage with good forward lean to build momentum into downfield routes
  • Long strider with build-up speed that eventually overtakes most cornerbacks
  • Saw 26.4 percent of his catches go for 25-plus yards
  • Poor deep ball placement from his quarterback prevented more easy touchdowns

  • Routes lack sharpness and consistent play speed
  • Gives away stop routes prematurely
  • Slow to gather and redirect in space
  • Anchors on hitches and curls rather than working back to the throw
  • Too much body catching
  • Hands are small for his size and he suffers from focus drops
  • Gets deep but his ball skills down the field are lacking
  • Fails to utilize size to gain position

40 Yard Dash 4.37
by Zero2Cool on 4/28/2018 2:51:34 PM

John Kimball Scott | Punter | Alabama | 6'6" - 208 lbs.

Four-year punter who is able to work for distance, hang time or placement whenever he needs. He's been a consistent performer who operates well under pressure and possesses soft hands to handle poor snaps. He has the talent and play traits to become a long-time NFL starter.

  • Impressive 45.6-yard career average per punt
  • Handled kickoff duties this season
  • Has a big leg and can kick for distance or hang time
  • Produced impressive hang time (4.55) and punts returned rate (9.1 percent) this season
  • Dropped 25 percent of his punts inside the 10 and 51 percent inside the 20
  • Has flip-flop tool at his disposal
  • Had just four touchbacks total all season
  • Soft hands adjust to snaps outside of his frame
  • Holds for kicks

  • Deliberate approach
  • Can be a shade slow with his touch to toe times
  • May have to expedite his operation time in the pros to avoid blocks
  • His high inside-the-20 percentage benefitted from fortuitous rolls
  • Below average touchback percentage on kickoffs
by Zero2Cool on 4/28/2018 2:46:08 PM

Cole Madison| Guard | Washington State | 6'5" - 308 lbs.

Madison's athletic ability, foot quickness and ability to sustain blocks on the move make him a desirable target for teams who want offensive linemen who can excel in space. However, his lack of anchor in pass protection will likely be targeted by pass rushers looking to for holes to exploit. A move inside to guard could benefit Madison, if he can add strength and play with better knee bend.

  • Gets out of his stance and into his work quickly
  • Good athlete who excels as move blocker
  • Gets upfield to lead the charge in screen game
  • Races to get feet into proper position on reach blocks
  • Establishes hand positioning early in rep
  • Won't stop working to get blocks sealed or turned out on run play
  • Light on his feet with a quality mirror
  • Refuses to just give away his edge at the top of the rush
  • Slides feet through contact to help ride edge rushers around the pocket
  • Makes arm extension and locking out a priority
  • Good pace in his kick-slides and would benefit with more quick-sets and fewer lateral sets
  • Reads and react to games up front

  • Benefits from up-tempo pace and quick passing attack
  • Lacks experience firing off the ball
  • Play strength is average and needs to win with technique and positioning
  • Carries too much weight back in his heels on pass sets and allows speed-to-power rushes to roll him back into the pocket
  • Needs to maintain knee bend
  • Gets too straight legged at contact and can be bounced around
  • May lack desired arm length as NFL tackle
  • Will panic and grab when punch timing goes awry
  • Lack of length and anchor will be continuing concerns for offensive line coaches
by Zero2Cool on 4/28/2018 2:40:53 PM

J'mon Moore | Receiver | Missouri | 6'3" - 207 lbs.

Moore followed up a strong junior campaign with an equally impressive senior season. While Missouri's offensive scheme made things easy on him and allowed him to rely on his athletic ability to succeed, he has the size, speed and talent to be able to succeed beyond what was asked of him in college. Moore is still raw and will need time to expand his knowledge and feel for the position, but he has the talent to become a WR3 or WR2 within the first two or three years.

  • Size and speed prospect
  • Fluid in his movement and flashes athletic traits
  • Sidesteps corners trying to crowd his release and has juice to climb past them to create vertical separation
  • Route stems have twitch to separate
  • Drives back to the football to cut off cornerback's path to the throw
  • Flashes soft hands when he's plucking away from his frame
  • Makes necessary adjustments early on deep throws
  • Has athletic traits to work all three levels of the field
  • Brings danger to the defense after the catch
  • Uses stick-and-move foot quickness to elude tacklers with lateral agility and has acceleration to get off to the races
  • Effective shaking tackle attempts off of his hips

  • Still raw
  • Feasted primarily on hitches and comebacks
  • Worked just one side of the field and stayed out near the numbers
  • Doesn't have a feel for controlling his area of the field
  • Allows cornerbacks to crowd him against the sideline and force him out of bounds on his downfield routes
  • Routes need greater leverage to open wider intermediate and downfield catch windows
  • Still learning to set up route breaks
  • Needs to improve hip sink for quicker stop and open
  • Had too many focus drops
  • Scouts say he can be surly and question his maturity level

4.6 40 yard dash at combine
4.48 40 yard dash at pro day
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