Depends on the price, but would never say never
Seems like the Birds got linked to him, along with a bunch of other teams.
What about Jones did you see that you like so much? 10 sacks in three seasons.
Irvin is strictly a 3-4 pass rush specialist.
I'm not a huge Cousins fan - but if he falls to them in the third, would be a nice value pick.
I wouldn't be opposed as long as we're not giving up next year's 1st.
I got some thumbs down on Brockers in my mock draft, but he will be a Pro Bowler.
Seattle - Ingram or Jones.
I just didn't see the explosiveness or elite athleticism. JPP was a freak.
Agreed - but Brockers is still raw. Has the ability to get in the backfield.
This is the same team that took James Carpenter in the first last year.
I had him in the third round! But consensus had him going in the second.\
Harrison Smith - if he falls to them I would take him.
Would love to see them take a TE a la Kyle Brady or Anthony Becht
But they have a nice selection of OLBs to pick from - Ingram, Jones, Nick Perry
But also could go Riley Reiff. Wayne Hunter was awful last season.
Coples maybe? But can't see Ryan loving his game tapes though.
I do too - but Slauson and Moore at OG already. Both solid. OT is biggest need.
It has to be - athletically he's got few peers.
Nope - he's just not quick enough and his arms are too short. But he is an absolute STUD OG.
Teams may think he's too short to play DE, and too slow to be a top notch OLB in a 3-4
He'll play opposite Muhammed Wilkerson at DE.
I don't think so. A team like Baltimore won't pass on him.
If he drops that far, that's a guy I'd love to see the Birds pursuing.
Doubtful - lots of teams would jump on him. SD, Pittsburgh, Baltimore, Texans