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bizell 03-14-2006 02:05 PM

http://insider.espn.go.com/nfl/fa?&action=....com%2fnfl%2ffa

someone w/ insider access get this and post it plz

imported_litlharsh 03-14-2006 02:37 PM

GO

imported_mitchell2254 03-14-2006 02:39 PM



2006 NFL Free Agents

Scouts Inc. has evaluated and graded all the NFL players eligible for free agency this offseason. The lists are available to everyone, but only Insiders get access to exclusive grades and scouting reports.


List by PositionAll PositionsCenterCornerbackDefensive BackDefensive EndDefensive LinemanDefensive TackleFullbackGuardKickerLinebackerNose TackleOffensive GuardOffensive LinemanOffensive TacklePunterQuarterbackRunning BackSafetyTight EndWide Receiver
List By '05 TeamAll TeamsArizonaAtlantaBaltimoreBuffaloCarolinaChicago CincinnatiClevelandDallasDenverDetroitGreen BayHoustonIndianapolisJacksonvilleKansas CityMiamiMinnesotaNew EnglandNew OrleansNY GiantsNY JetsOaklandPhiladelphiaPittsburghSan DiegoSan FranciscoSeattleSt. LouisTampa BayTennesseeWashington
List by New TeamAll TeamsArizonaAtlantaBaltimoreBuffaloCarolinaChicago CincinnatiClevelandDallasDenverDetroitGreen BayHoustonIndianapolisJacksonvilleKansas CityMiamiMinnesotaNew EnglandNew OrleansNY GiantsNY JetsOaklandPhiladelphiaPittsburghSan DiegoSan FranciscoSeattleSt. LouisTampa BayTennesseeWashington


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Player Pos. FA Type Ht. Wt. Exp. 2005 Team 2006 Team Grade Comment
Edgerrin James RB UFA 6-0 214 7 Colts Cardinals 90 Expert's Take
Julian Peterson LB UFA 6-3 235 5 49ers 90 Expert's Take
Nate Clements CB UFA 6-0 209 5 Bills 89 Expert's Take
Steve Hutchinson OG UFA 6-5 313 5 Seahawks 87 Expert's Take
John Abraham DE UFA 6-4 258 6 NY Jets 84 Expert's Take
Jamal Lewis RB UFA 5-11 245 6 Ravens Ravens 82 Expert's Take
LaVar Arrington LB Released 6-3 255 6 Redskins 80 Expert's Take
Adam Vinatieri K UFA 6-0 202 10 Patriots 80 Expert's Take
Drew Brees QB UFA 6-0 209 5 Chargers 79 Expert's Take
Darren Howard DE UFA 6-3 275 6 Saints Eagles 79 Expert's Take
Ty Law CB Released 5-11 200 11 NY Jets 79 Expert's Take
Mike Vanderjagt K UFA 6-5 211 8 Colts 79 Expert's Take
LeCharles Bentley C UFA 6-2 313 4 Saints Browns 78 Expert's Take
Jon Runyan OT UFA 6-7 330 10 Eagles 78 Expert's Take
Charles Woodson CB UFA 6-1 200 8 Raiders 78 Expert's Take
Jeff Backus OT UFA 6-5 305 5 Lions 77 Expert's Take
Vince Manuwai OG RFA 6-2 312 3 Jaguars 77 Expert's Take
Josh Brown K RFA 6-0 202 3 Seahawks 76 Expert's Take
Robert Mathis DE RFA 6-2 235 3 Colts 76 Expert's Take
Will Witherspoon LB UFA 6-1 231 4 Panthers Rams 76 Expert's Take
Player Pos. FA Type Ht. Wt. Exp. 2005 Team 2006 Team Grade Comment
Adam Archuleta S UFA 6-0 223 5 Rams Redskins 75 Expert's Take
Akin Ayodele LB UFA 6-2 251 4 Jaguars Cowboys 75 Expert's Take
Rocky Bernard DT UFA 6-3 293 4 Seahawks 75 Expert's Take
La'Roi Glover DT Released 6-2 282 10 Cowboys Rams 75 Expert's Take
Jeremi Johnson RB RFA 5-11 265 3 Bengals 75 Expert's Take
Aaron Kampman DE UFA 6-4 278 4 Packers Packers 75 Expert's Take
Ryan Longwell K UFA 6-0 200 9 Packers Vikings 75 Expert's Take
Jeff Mitchell C UFA 6-4 300 9 Panthers 75 Expert's Take
Russell Davis DT UFA 6-4 306 7 Cardinals 74 Expert's Take
Mike Flanagan C UFA 6-5 301 10 Packers 74 Expert's Take
DeShaun Foster RB UFA 6-0 222 4 Panthers Panthers 74 Expert's Take
David Givens WR UFA 6-0 215 4 Patriots Titans 74 Expert's Take
Chris Hope S UFA 5-11 206 4 Steelers 74 Expert's Take
Kevin Mawae C Released 6-4 289 12 NY Jets 74 Expert's Take
Trevor Pryce DE Released 6-5 286 9 Broncos Ravens 74 Expert's Take
Koren Robinson WR UFA 6-1 205 5 Vikings Vikings 74 Expert's Take
Kevin Shaffer OT UFA 6-5 290 4 Falcons Browns 74 Expert's Take
Mack Strong RB UFA 6-0 245 13 Seahawks 74 Expert's Take
Ike Taylor CB RFA 6-1 191 3 Steelers 74 Expert's Take
David Thornton LB UFA 6-2 230 4 Colts Titans 74 Expert's Take
Player Pos. FA Type Ht. Wt. Exp. 2005 Team 2006 Team Grade Comment
Chris Baker TE UFA 6-3 258 4 NY Jets 73 Expert's Take
Michael Bennett RB UFA 5-9 211 5 Vikings 73 Expert's Take
Will Demps S UFA 6-0 205 4 Ravens 73 Expert's Take
Ron Edwards DT UFA 6-3 320 5 Bills 73 Expert's Take
Justin Hartwig C UFA 6-4 312 4 Titans Panthers 73 Expert's Take
Seth McKinney C UFA 6-3 310 4 Dolphins 73 Expert's Take
Lawyer Milloy S Released 6-0 190 10 Bills 73 Expert's Take
Todd Peterson K UFA 5-11 180 12 Falcons 73 Expert's Take
Antwaan Randle El WR UFA 5-10 192 4 Steelers Redskins 73 Expert's Take
Larry Tripplett DT UFA 6-2 295 4 Colts Bills 73 Expert's Take
Will Allen CB UFA 5-10 196 5 NY Giants 72 Expert's Take
Mike Anderson RB Released 6-0 230 6 Broncos Ravens 72 Expert's Take
Fred Beasley RB UFA 6-0 246 8 49ers 72 Expert's Take
Andre Carter LB UFA 6-4 265 5 49ers Redskins 72 Expert's Take
Corey Chavous S UFA 6-1 206 8 Vikings Rams 72 Expert's Take
Scott Fujita LB UFA 6-5 250 4 Cowboys Saints 72 Expert's Take
Brian Griese QB Released 6-3 214 8 Buccaneers 72 Expert's Take
Cato June LB RFA 6-0 227 3 Colts 72 Expert's Take
Maake Kemoeatu DT UFA 6-5 350 4 Ravens Panthers 72 Expert's Take
Brandon Lloyd WR RFA 6-0 184 3 49ers Redskins 72

imported_mitchell2254 03-14-2006 02:44 PM

Won't let me put the rest. No real big names.

bizell 03-14-2006 02:49 PM

thanks dude

imported_mitchell2254 03-15-2006 03:34 PM

If anyone needs an insider article just tell me

imported_Taylor#21 03-18-2006 01:00 PM

http://insider.espn.go.com/nfl/draft06/ins...mns%2fstory%3fc

:beer:

imported_mitchell2254 03-18-2006 01:07 PM

Quote:

Originally posted by Taylor#21@Mar 18th '06 @ 2:00 pm
http://insider.espn.go.com/nfl/draft06/ins...mns%2fstory%3fc

:beer:

That takes me to ESPN's homepage.


Which story????

imported_mitchell2254 03-18-2006 01:09 PM

Young, Vick fail under pressureBy Todd McShay
Scouts Inc.
Archive

The official scores from the Wonderlic Tests taken at the combine were released. As usual, there were some interesting results. Texas QB Vince Young did indeed take the test twice. The league has been tight-lipped regarding his first score, but the higher score of his two attempts was a 15. Young's score was bad, but not the worst of this year's quarterback class. That honor goes to Virginia Tech's Marcus Vick, who scored an 11 on the test.

A perfect score is 50, and the highest score any player posted in this year's class was a 41 (Oklahoma DT Dusty Dvoracek). The lowest score of this year's class was an eight (Syracuse DE Kader Drame, Alabama ILB Freddie Roach, Louisville DT Montavious Stanley, N.C. State TE T.J. Williams and Oklahoma DC Chijioke Onyenegecha), and the average score of all the quarterbacks was a 24.6.

The Wonderlic Personnel Test (WPT) is a short-form intelligence test that measures players' ability to think on their feet, follow directions and make effective decisions under pressure. While Young and Vick exposed their weaknesses in those areas, other quarterbacks shined. Grambling's Bruce Eugene (41), Montana State's Travis Lulay (37), USC's Matt Leinart (35) and Oregon's Kellen Clemens (35) all posted impressive scores.

Prospects at other positions who excelled include Ohio State OC Nick Mangold (35), Tulsa TE/FB Garrett Mills (35), Oregon LB Keith Ellison (36), Cal-Poly State DE Chris Gocong (36), Cornell OL Kevin Boothe (37), Virginia WR Marques Hagans (37), Stanford DT Babatunde Oshinowo (37) and Boston College OT Jeremy Trueblood (37).

Others didn't fare so well, such as Penn State DC Alan Zemaitis (9), Marshall DC Chris Hawkins (10), Miami DE Javon Nanton (10), South Carolina DS Ko Simpson (10), Central Missouri State WR Delanie Walker (10), Syracuse DE James Wyche (10), LSU WR/RS Skyler Green (11), Tennessee DB Jason Allen (11), Clemson DE Charles Bennett (11), Abilene Christian DB Danieal Manning (12), Texas Tech DS Dwayne Slay (12), South Florida RB Andre Hall (13), Pittsburgh DC Josh Lay (13), UCLA TE Marcedes Lewis (13), Mississippi State RB Jerious Norwood (13) and Tarleton State RB Derrick Ross (13).


Pro Days Report
The two most recent Pro Days were held at Florida State and UCLA on March 16th. The overall speed and athleticism of Florida State's prospects is impressive. Leading the charge was DC Antonio Cromartie, who missed all of last season with a knee injury, but elected to leave school early.
There are still questions regarding his rustiness, durability and technique, but Cromartie's physical tools are outstanding. After running two 40-yard dashes in the 4.3-range and notching 42 inches on the vertical jump, Cromartie could sneak into the latter portion of the first round. OLB Ernie Sims (5-foot-11, 234 pounds) and DE Kamerion Wimbley (6-4, 248 pounds) also impressed. Sims ran a 40-yard dash in the 4.4's, and Wimbley ran the short shuttle in 4.41 seconds.

TE Marcades Lewis was one of the players who helped his stock the most at UCLA's Pro Day, as he posted impressive times in the short shuttle (4.53) and long shuttle (12.62). Lewis also notched 22 reps on the standard 225-pound bench. Unfortunately, his below average speed and suspect blocking skills may prevent him from being selected in the first round. RB Maurice Drew, satisfied with his impressive times at the combine, participated only in the position drills. QB Drew Olson threw the ball well during passing drills, but his performance in the 40-yard dash (5.19) did not help his cause.

Other notable schools that hosted Pro Days this week include Alabama, Oregon State and South Carolina. At Alabama, OLB DeMeco Ryans helped his draft value by improving on his 40-yard dash times from the combine (4.69 and 4.72). He posted times of 4.64 and 4.65 this time around, while also displaying impressive quickness and instincts during position drills.

QB Brodie Croyle did not run, but was nearly flawless during his passing drills, impressing scouts in attendance with his arm strength and accuracy. ILB Freddie Roach did not help his cause by posting 40-yard dash times of 4.88 and 4.87, while only churning out 18 reps on the 225-pound bench press.

The Oregon State Pro Day was failry unimpressive. WR Mike Hass will likely still be a late-Day 1 or early-Day 2 prospect, but running the 40-yard dash in the 4.6-range did not help his cause. LBs Trent Bray (6-3, 227) and Keith Ellison (6-2, 230) were also uninspiring. Bray posted two miserable 40-yard dash times of 4.90 and 4.89, while Ellison ran in the 4.7-range. For undersized linebacker prospects, those times are especially damaging.

South Carolina's Pro Day provided some positive feedback. DC Jonathan Joseph and DS Ko Simpson both kept their excellent workout numbers from the combine, but impressed with their agility and quickness during position drills. However, the rest of the group was uninspiring. Most notably, RB/FB Daccus Turman ran the 40-yard dash in the 4.9-range and OT Jabary Levey pulled his hamstring during his run, which was timed at 6.01 seconds. Levey will run later in the month once he has healed.

Most scouts I've spoken to agree the most impressive Pro Day so far took place in Columbus, Ohio, where Ohio State prospects such as OLBs A.J. Hawk and Bobby Carpenter, DSs Donte Whitner and Nate Salley, WR Santonio Holmes, DC Ashton Youboty, ILB Anthony Schlegel and OT Rob Simms all turned in strong performances. The Ohio State track is notoriously fast, which is why NFL teams typically add one-tenth of a second to each of the 40-yard dash times.

Regardless, the 40-yard dash times turned in by Hawk (4.44), Holmes (4.34), Whitner (4.39) and Youboty (4.41) were excellent. Carpenter didn't display tremendous straight-line speed in the 40, but impressed scouts with his fluidity and athleticism in agility drills, and during his position drills. Hawk, Holmes, Youboty, Carpenter and Whitner could all come off the board in the first round of the upcoming draft.

Below is a schedule of upcoming Pro Days. I will continue to update the players helping and hurting their draft stock the most over the course of the next few weeks.

March 18: Michigan State and Pittsburgh
March 20: East Carolina, Harvard, Iowa, Richmond, South Carolina State, Southern Miss, Southeast Missouri State and William & Mary
March 21: Mississippi, Monmouth, New Mexico, North Carolina, Syracuse and Virginia
March 22: Howard, Mississippi State, North Carolina State, Rutgers, Southern Illinois, Texas and Texas State
March 23: Auburn, Connecticut, Duke, Georgia, Miami-OH, North Carolina Central, Notre Dame (2nd) and Shippensburg (Pa.)
March 24: Colorado State, Georgia Southern, Hofstra, Indiana State, Louisiana Tech (1st), Memphis, Northwestern State (La.) and Portland State
March 27: Houston and Rice
March 28: Jacksonville State and Utah State (2nd)
March 29: Arizona State (2nd), Central Florida (2nd), New Mexico State, Tennessee (2nd) and Utah
March 30: Carson-Newman and Stephen F. Austin
March 31: Louisiana Tech (2nd) and Purdue (2nd)
April 2: Southern Cal.



imported_mitchell2254 03-18-2006 01:10 PM

Is that it???


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