Discussion in 'Draft Zone' started by jimmy40, Feb 21, 2009.
just reported from the combine on NFL Network
to have screw inserted to help heal. The only question on this guy was what he'd run, well he ain't running now.
It will be interesting to see if or how much this affects his draft status...
We need to spread rumors of drug use so he really drops. Him opposite Roy is a dream come true.
Mike Mayock said he didn't think it would affect him that much, of course "that" much could mean millions of dollars.
it would be a nice pickup.
don't see it happening tho.
If Willis MaGahee can be drafted in the 1st rd. so can Crabtree.
I'd kick Owens to the curb for Crabtree. He is going to be a stud, and from what I understand we're really high on him.
Lets hope he starts slipping.
I can't see him falling out of the top 10. SEA will regret it for years if they don't take him.
Did anyone hear what Schefter said about T.O. having a similar injury? How he has a screw in his left foot, as well.
I didn't follow the football or the draft that closely when T.O. was drafted.
I didn't know that.
I think that goes without saying.
And How about this!! He's shorter than expected... He's not 6"3.. He's 6"1...
I doubt this drops him out of the top ten..The Raiders already have a mindset of picking him regardless if he lost his foot.
Isn't that the same injury that Ginn had when he came out ?
This will most likely cost him a couple of spots.
Not that big of a deal draft wise, only a couple of million a season less financial wise.
Tough break for the kid.
What would it take to get him, if he slid past 6?
Yup, the Raiders won't pass on him.
Unless we send them Owens and next years first. Never underestimate the stupidity of Al Davis.
If we made that trade, that'd be idiotic on both Jerry and Al's part.
On another note, they keep saying T.O. "HAS a screw in his foot" since he had a similar injury on draft day, does that mean that when they put the screw in it never comes out? I thought they took it out once the bone healed.
:laugh2: Ya let's spend back to back first rounders on WR's..
Matt Millen would be proud.
I think they misdiagnosed and put the screw in his head