They've already cut most of those guys, but Sam Baker comes to mind if he can get healthy. I don't really see him as a guard or RT.
Hey, it happens. Life's is like a box of chocolates . . . .
Yes, he's on their radar. I'm not sure that he'll be there in the second round.
Q from twitter -- Sylvester Mitchell @Kenyon03K
@AJCsports @DOrlandoAJC @ajc will Perryman be available with our second pick in the draft, and is he on the Falcons radar
Trade to Philly if Beasley, Shane Ray and Fowler are gone. If one of them are there, I'd take one of those three. In order of preference: Fowler, Beasley and Ray.
There's always somebody looking to trade up!!! Price has to be right.
None! Good football man though!
Pretty sure they'll be offered to season ticket holders first before the general public has a shot at them.
They've looked at the Dawson kid from TCU. The play must improve at that position.
In the restructured operation, Thomas Dimitroff is still picking, but off of Scott Pioli's recommendations. Quinn and his staff met with the scouting department to tell them what kind of players they want.
Very sad. So sad, Dirk Koetter had to call bubble screens on third-and-two and fourth-and-one. That's pretty sad.
Hey, Coach Quinn is a mighty fine D-Line coach. Let him and Bryan Cox whip this crew into shape. Shanahan-Ryan-Robiskie can figure out how to get get the O rolling! Armstrong has the ST.
"And the Church said . . .'
Gurley will get over the knee. Bud would be a major reach at 8.
I like Beasley. But can't figure out why he was playing at 220 and how he put on all of this weight so fast. Need to check that out.
I have Vic Beasley being gone at 8. His workouts have been great. Bud Dupree wasn't in the top 20 before Gregory got busted for smoking the wacky tobacky.
Just about anybody can block in the zone blocking scheme. Gurley could run for 1,700 annually because the line. The defense would never been on the field.
The area to watch in the O-D linemen. Assistant GM Scott Pioli should help there.
Change is in the air. I think it will be less corporate with Quinn. More music, basketball and possibly some boxing matches. Pal John Clayton of ESPN tells me practices are going to be a hoot!!! No boxes,! You can actually walk around and watch the practice. If it's anything like Pete Carroll's operation, we're in for a treat. Hopefully, they don't place Quinn into the Falcons corporate way of boxing us out.
Yes. He's better than Bud Dupree. Do the right thing! Take him! Falcons made this mistake in 2007. They drafted Jamaal Anderson because they needed a pass rusher to go with Honest Abe. They passed on future Hall of Famers Patrick Willis, Darrelle Revis and Marshawn Lynch. When you're in the Top Ten you can't afford to over-draft your need.
Perhaps. That's the decision they'll have to make. Maybe Jags GM David Caldwell will cut them a nice deal. You have to make the call. The call has probably already been made.