2nd day draft picks

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    2nd day draft picks

    with four 3rd round picks we should get some talent.here is a list of some of the players remaining.


    http://www.nfl.com/draft/story?campaign=ec0005&template=without-video-with-comments&confirm=true&id=09000d5d80ffd844
     
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    LB-jasper brinkly,and RB andre Brown are possibilitys.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rvKoyNvzg1k

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v9kYqvdEl_Q
     
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    Lots of good players left. This will be interesting. Talk about be cost effective. Four second AND four third rounds picks? Leave it to Bill!
     
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    here we go its show time!
     
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    So...which of these 3rd round picks gets packaged for some desperate teams' 1st or 2nd round pick next year?
     
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    in some ways it would be nice to see,but with the draft being deep in talent i wouldnt mind seeing all 3rd rd picks getting used.
     
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    did we trade pick 73?
     
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    We traded with the Jaguars for next year's 2nd round pick, plus a 7th round pick this year (#232).
     
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    so we get an extra 2nd round pick next year
     
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    [QUOTE]So...which of these 3rd round picks gets packaged for some desperate teams' 1st or 2nd round pick next year?
    Posted by mountainmonkey[/QUOTE]

    well theres your anwser.one so far.
     
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    With the 9th pick in the 3rd round the Patriots trade the pick to the Jaguars for their 2010 2nd round pick and a 7th round pick this year,our next pick is at #19 in the 3rd round,followed by #25 and 33..
     
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    Great trade with Jax.
     
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    We picked WR Brandon Tate with #83 (North Carolina)
     
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    With the 83rd pick (19th in the 3rd Round), the Patriots select WR Brandon Tate, North Carolina.

    Overview

    After operating primarily as a return specialist (albeit a very good one) in his first three years at Chapel Hill, Tate really climbed boards as a receiver at the start of the 2008 season with 16 catches for 376 yards and three touchdowns in his first six games. His exploits as a receiver coincided with his continued proficiency as a return specialist, setting the career record for total return yardage (3,523 yards).


    Unfortunately, he tore his right ACL and MCL in October, cutting his magical senior year short. He still earned honorable mention All-ACC as a returner despite missing more than half the season. If his knee is healthy come draft day, Tate could be one of three Tar Heel receivers earning draft selections in 2009 along with Hakeem Nicks and Brooks Foster. Had an arm span of 30 3/4 inches and a hand span of 9 1/4 inches at the combine.


    High School

    Had 66 receptions for 1,213 yards and 18 touchdowns in 15 games as a senior ... Also returned kicks and played defensive back ... Had 22 catches for 496 yards (22.5 per catch) and eight touchdowns as a junior ... Helped lead Cummings to the state finals in 2003 and the semifinals in 2004 ... Burlington Times-News All-Area selection ... Member of the Greensboro News & Record All-Area Team ... Earned all-conference honors ... Three-year starter in football and basketball ... Coached by Steve Johnson ... Played guard on the basketball team and helped lead Cummings to the state title as a junior.

     
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    they are saying he is a 1st rd talent with issues.nfl network will explain after commercial.
     
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    Analysis

    Positives: Long, lean build. Good quickness, size and hand strength to get off the line of scrimmage against press coverage. Emerging route-runner with the quick feet and balance to ultimately be quite good in this area. More quick than fast, though he has good acceleration. Elusive in the open field and has the vision to set up his blocks and break into the open field. Soft hands. Good body control and flexibility to contort his body for the poorly thrown pass. Can extend to make the diving grab. Good height and long arms and uses the combination well to high-point passes over smaller cornerbacks. Excellent returner with NFL ability for punt and kickoff returns.


    Negatives: Torn ACL and MCL in October means he may not be able to answer questions about his straight-line speed until after the draft. Primarily a return specialist until flashing as a receiver as a senior. A bit raw as a route-runner. Relies on his athletic ability in this area, rather than precise footwork. Lets too many passes get into his pads.


    Injury Report

    2008: Tore his right ACL and MCL in October, ending his season.


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    As expected, Coach Bill ANNIHILATED my perception of what we should be doing, in the first 2 rounds!

    And that is fine with ME! In Bill We Trust!

    By far, the most underrated aspect of managing a football team is the Salary Cap, the constraints of which force all teams to plan a good 3 to 5 years ahead. While that may seem ridiculous ~ and of course it IS ~ the ones who fail to do so ~ and that's at least 25 of the 32 teams, frankly! ~ continually and constantly watch, helplessly, as their teams get torn apart, as they are forced to let more of their Core leave than they can possibly afford.

    The rest of the league was cutting the distance between them and Coach Bill, ere the last 4 years...

    But Coach Bill is pulling away, surging, once again, and doing so right before our very eyes...VERY reminiscent of Bill Walsh and the Miners of the latter 80's.

    ***

    In short, Coach Bill wasn't feeling the love for Maualuga, Matthews, et cetera...or any of the rest of the Top 32. He just didn't see them as being worth investing a Gold Chip Pick in...or, more importantly, in investing precious Salary Cap Room in.

    Now, we've got 4 2nd Round Picks, and 4 3rd Round Picks.

    That...is INSANE.

    That is INSANE.

    Right now, most Yankees are howling in rage, because Coach Bill didn't draft anyone most'f us'f ever HEARD of.

    But those folks don't realize how SEISMIC this weekend's event have BEEN.


    The most damaging attribute of The Salary Cap Era has been DEPTH. Had the Salary Cap not forced us ~ even with the truly MAGNIFICENT management of Coach Bill and Counselor Pioli, ere the last 9 years ~ to strip down our Reserves to vulnerable levels, we wouldn't've bottomed out at Running Back in 2005, at Wide Receivers in 2006, at LineBackers in 2007, and at QuarterBacks in 2008.

    We would've, most likely, won an additional 4 Super Bowls...and been working on our 7th consecutive, right now.

    The Salary Cap is EVIL.

    ***

    DEPTH.

    Depth of Talent.

    Depth of young, talented players of Skill and Ferocity at all positions.

    Because of YEARS of judicious, patient, and disciplined management of Draft Picks and Veterans, Coach Bill has put us in...an extraordinary position.

    We went into this draft with the deepest and most talented team in the WORLD. In the WORLD.

    We went into this draft with two guys who I'm betting will soon be considered the Greatest Coach AND the Greatest QuarterBack of All Time.

    We went into this draft with a fusion of talent, experience, depth, and youth that is the ENVY of all other 31 teams.

    And now we're in the middle of surging FAR ahead of where we already were.

    8 picks in the first 3 Rounds???

    The value of having a DEEP roster of young, talented, and dedicated professionals, playing for BEANS...can NOT be overestimated.

    We are going to have ~ minus whichever number of picks we trade forward to enhance NEXT year's draft ~ anywhere from 6 to 8 Top 3 Round picks ~ and an equally advantageous position NEXT year! ~ who we'll be able to lock up for 5 YEARS, as they and the other young talents we already have infuse a TIDAL WAVE of Speed, Power, and Ferocity into this team of passionate, self-sacrificing GREATS that it is truly a privilege to root for.

    Coach Bill just took out a Lien on the next 5 years.

    As INSANE as it is to even say it, the best years of the Patriots are almost certainly
    yet to come.

    I can't believe it.
     
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    Tate Highlights

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fS6L070REw0
     
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    www.fayobserver.com/article?id=324408

    Report: Ex-UNC player Brandon Tate fails NFL drug test

    Former North Carolina wide receiver Brandon Tate was among several players who tested positive for marijuana at the National Football League’s scouting combine in February, according to a report by FoxSports.com on Wednesday.

    Tate, from Burlington, was being touted for selection between the second and fourth rounds of this weekend’s NFL draft. But that status could be affected if the FoxSports.com report is true. Two sources revealed to FoxSports.com the results of the test, which were given to NFL teams this week.

    Joel Segal, Tate’s agent, nor Greg Barnett, who Segal referred media to for interview requests, did not return calls to The Fayetteville Observer.

    The 6-foot-1, 195-pound Tate finished as the NCAA career leader in combined kick return yardage with 3,523 yards. He is the Atlantic Coast Conference career leader in kickoff returns (109) and kickoff return yardage (2,688).

    As a senior in 2008, Tate averaged 163.7 all-purpose yards per game until suffering tears in the anterior cruciate and medial collateral ligaments in his right knee against Notre Dame. He missed the final seven games of the season.

    Also named in the FoxSports.com story was Florida wide receiver Percy Harvin. Harvin elected to leave the Gators after his junior season for the NFL. He finished his college career with 133 catches for 1,929 yards and 13 touchdowns. He and Tate were the biggest names among those who failed the combine drug tests, a number which the FoxSports.com report said was fewer than a dozen.

    Players who fail the combine drug tests could be required to enter the NFL’s substance-abuse program.

     
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    http://msn.foxsports.com/nfl/story/9483382/Sources:-WRs-Harvin,-Tate-tested-positive-for-pot


    Before the test results became official, Harvin was considered a potential first-round pick after leaving the University of Florida following his junior season. Tate was projected as a first or second rounder after a solid college career at North Carolina.
     
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    Pats are going to try to trade their 89th pick.
     
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    Traded to Titans for 2nd round pick in 2010.
     
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    The Patriots traded their 3rd round pick (89th overall) to the Tennessee Titans for a second round pick in 2010.

    That is 2 extra 2nd round picks next year......great job!!! BB
     
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    The Patriots next pick is in the third round, 97 overall. It is a compensatory pick and cannot be traded.
     
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    thats two trades.three 2nd rd picks next year.which gives more flexibiliy.which now if they want to aquire a player from a team.they can offer something from next year.
     
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