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  1. We should stop using Benny in our logos and stuff, and start using the Naked Lady
  2. Pskeate signed on yesterday, he's had troubles getting connected. He's still the WMU coach
  3. Let's assume no trades in the upcoming Draft. Where do the 82 Overall Defensive Ends go? *I'll post these guys in the order I think they're taken DE Oghale Adelangwe 6-4 241 R Penn State [Blitz] [+1] 82 Adelangwe is considered by many to be the top Defensive End in the Draft. A top tier Blitzing Defensive End are always high in demand. Adelangwe's senior campaign saw him get 10.5 Sacks and 15 TFL while making 9 Statsheets. He had 11.5 Sacks and 7 TFL as a Junior for Penn State. There's no doubt he's a high impact player, maybe not as consistently in the statbox as some would like to see. But, who takes him, and where? The Browns pick 1st, and I have to imagine they're taking QB. I wouldn't mind the Browns taking a DE here honestly, I just don't think they do. Quarterback is a sexier position, and the Browns already have Ray McBride and Gabriel Beauchamp. So, they take a QB here. The Giants are up next. If any team is going to trade down, it'll be the Giants and it would likely be for Adelangwe. But they already have Curtis Lewis and Khairi Bryant. And they have many other needs. RB here feels early. OG Cyrus Naylor is a trendy pick to the Giants, and for good reason. I'm not sure it's a good value at #2, but let's assume he goes there. No Oghale here. Tampa Bay up next at #3. The Bucs have Charles Johnson and a ready to retire Darris Hayes at DE. Not a great duo, but serviceable. Let's take a look at their Cornerbacks...and oh my god. Lock in top Corner here and move on, jesus. This brings up the Broncos. Denver has Deyonte Davis, who's mad, and Andrew Phillips at Defensive End. They've made quite a few moves to bring in some talent around Troy McMurray, but they still desperately need a RB. I don't like the RBs in this draft that much though. And they have Ryan Harris and Nick Hall in their Division. This feels like Oghale's time. The Broncos may hesitate ever so slightly and consider a CB, but having taken Jordan Westbrook last year, I think they make the smart move and take Oghale. DE Cece Condon 6-1 263 R Ohio State [Contain] [-2] 82 Condon has been one of the most consistent defensive playmakers over the past two seasons, getting himself on 24 out of a possible 27 Statsheets. In that time, he's gotten 25 Sacks, 5 Forced Fumbles, and 36! TFL. He's a monster, who's done it all for the Buckeyes. He projects more as a 3-4 End, but he doesn't feel like he has to be in that role solely. He's my favorite Defensive End in this draft. So, where does he go? The Saints pick at 5. And they'd be stupid to not take Condon. They have Charles Woods and Shamar Manning (I think? Their team page isn't updated). The Saints could use a OT, but their defense was horrendous last year (I had them ranked 29th Overall). They need help there more than on Offense. This was a quick. DE Damien Atkins 6-0 262 R Ohio State [Blitz] [0] [#] 82 Atkins was a JUCO transfer to Ohio State, and he absolutely benefited from playing with Cece Condon. He had 16.5 Sacks and 17 TFL last season. It was only one season, but Atkins was very impressive. If you want a Blitz DE and you get Atkins, it's not a bad "Consolation" Prize. Up next at #6 are the Arizona Cardinals. The Cardinals drafted Samir Sample in the Top 10 last year, so I don't see them going DE again. I can see the Cardinals taking a Corner, some of their guys are getting up there in age. I see them taking the next best Corner. Up next are the Cincinnati Bengals. I don't think the Bengals are great at DE outside of Timothy Key. But, their OLB Corps is dire. They need a starter right now, there's Jordan Butler, Sam Caron, and Zack Temple all at 82+. That's where they should probably go. Atkins stays on the board. The Vikings pick next at #8. They picked Smallwood in 2022, and have Jamal Patton opposite him. Vardell is getting up there and starting to regress, but I don't see the Vikes taking a QB this year. This feels like the right place for Atkins to come off the board. Pairing him opposite Smallwood will give the Vikings a potent pass rush to take down JJ, LeCount, and MoFo. Recap: Oghale Adelangwe - #4 Denver Cece Condon - #5 New Orleans Damien Atkins - #8 Minnesota
  4. I thought I'd look at the Mid-Tier Quarterbacks (78-79 Rated Guys). These guys aren't going to be All-Pros or Pro Bowlers, but they could be important backups if your starter goes down. Do they have the capability to step in and keep the team on track? Do they belong on an Active Roster? We'll examine that today. QB Chris Billings 6-2 213 R Charlotte [Scrambling] [0] [+] 79 Billings' troubles at Charlotte are well documented. He had a very good Senior year however, completing 66% of his passes for 3,516 Yards with 26 TDs and 6 Picks, with 468 Rushing Yards and 8 Touchdowns. That's a damn good year for a scrambler. But, was this a fluke? Hard to say no honestly, the prior 3 years of his career weren't great. His Junior Year wasn't terrible, but it still wasn't particularly good. Coaching instability was also a hallmark of the Charlotte 49ers over the past 4 Years. With all this, how does Billings fit into the Pros? I don't think Billings would ever be a true reliable backup. So, a team like Philadelphia or San Francisco probably won't give him much consideration. But, if you want to use a gimmick QB in certain schemes or short yardage, Billings might be your guy. He's rushed for 6.45 YPC over the past two years. If you need a guy for 3rd and 3 in a Spread Offense, Billings could come in and be of value. Use him a bit like Taysom Hill in the offense (if he proves athletic enough at the Combine). Get him in the game as a gimmick guy that can keep a defense guessing. But, if that's all he can be in the pros, is he worth a Draft Pick? Sure, I guess. What 7th Round DE/WR/OLB would be more valuable? You can probably stick him on the Practice Squad for a year if you don't think he's ready yet. QB David Edmondson 6-0 225 R SDSU [Pocket] [0] 79 Boy did Edmondson's career not end the way I envisioned. I was pretty hype on him entering his Senior Year, but he had stretches of real issues last year. He finished completing 65% of his passes for 3,355 Yards with 23 TDs and 4 Picks. So, not exactly a terrible year. But he just seemed off. he threw for 400 fewer yards on one less attempt than his Junior Year. He's put up good numbers and lead his team to success every year he's been the starter. I really don't understand why he's a 79, and that's the most concerning thing to me. Not his stats or his level of competition. From what I've seen, I have no reason to believe he can be a reliable backup in the Pros. But, where do you draft him? I probably wouldn't pick him before the 5th. There should other QBs lasting long enough to push Edmondson down. Ideally, I'd take him in the 6th. QB Felix Luck 6-1 234 R UC Davis [Pocket] [+2/C] 78 Luck started at TCU for a couple year, leading them to the National Title Appearance, before being supplanted in the Spring by Taylor Cook. He decided to transfer to the FCS and start for the Aggies. In his Junior Year at TCU, he completed 63% of his passes for 3,670 Yards with 32 TDs and 8 Picks. That was the year TCU made it to the Title. Luck was pretty important in that run, but he fell short in that game. At UC Davis, he was put into a high volume offense. He completed 60% of his passes for 3.834 Yards with 32 TDs and 7 Picks. Pretty even numbers year over year. Feels like he has a hard ceiling on his skill. He certainly feels like he might become a reliable backup. Is he draftable? Yeah, sure. I wouldn't take him before the 6th, and would prefer to keep him in the late 6th. QB J.T. Youngblood 6-0 215 R Hawaii [Scrambling] [0/C] 78 Youngblood has been one the most exciting players in the country for a while. He's been the engine that's powered the Rainbow Warrior Powerful Offense. He's completed 65% of his passes the past two years for a QB Rating of 153.72 with 55 TDs and 10 Picks. He's also rushed for 1,074 Yards and 16 Touchdowns on 6.8 YPC. He's been so good in his career and I want him to have success in the Pros. But, what does that look like? I think Youngblood is a true QB. He could take over as the backup in Philly after a year on the Practice Squad if the Eagles are inclined. He could probably fit in well in Baltimore or Seattle. Unlike Luck, I think Youngblood is a 5th Round Talent. He's not a starter level player, but could be someday. I'm not saying Youngblood is a future Pro Bowler, but a competent, league average starter? Yeah, I think it's possible
  5. 1. Ryan Harris 2. Carlos Washington 3. Matt Jones 4. Kenyon Randall 5. Tanner Bowman 6. Aaron Shea 7. Shane McCord 8. Solomon McLaughlin 9. Brian Chavez 10. Tyrone Jones
  6. Player Profile: Name: Kwon Shaw Position: Defensive Tackle Style: 2-Gap DT Ranking (Based on Rating): 8 2-Gap DT Ranking: 6 Height: 6-4 Weight: 284 College: TCU High School: Port Neches-Groves Hometown: Port Neches, TX Player Line: DT Kwon Shaw 6-4 284 R TCU [2-Gap] [0] 79 Shaw grew up in small Port Neches, TX, which is about an hour and a half east of Houston. Like all highly rated players in Texas, TCU coach @DangerZoneh had his eyes set on him for a long time. By the time he was a Junior, his mind was made up and he committed to the Frogs early as a senior. He started immediately as a Freshman and never looked back. After 3 Years, Shaw decided to forgo his Senior Year and head to the Draft. 2023 Stats: Statsheets: 5 Tackles: 20 Sacks: 2.0 FF: 1 TFL: 2 Not a bad season by a DT, but certainly not a excellent one. An issue with TCU is they get a ton of talent, but they don't always fit together very well. The Front-7 isn't exactly consistent. They have a blend of 3-4 and 4-3 guys starting. They're starting a DT at DE for some reason. But, Shaw's role was primarily to eat space and allow the players around him to feast. He finished his career with 59 Tackles and 9.5 Sacks. His Sophomore Year was much better than his Junior year however, as he had 6 Sacks and 7 TFL. Game Tape Analysis: Week 6, Oklahoma State Boy did the Horned Frog Defense fall flat on their face in this one. The #1 Frogs were blown out by the Cowboys. Amral Brown ran all over them, and Shaw, He had 142 Yards nad 2 Touchdowns. TCU had exactly 0 TFL. The interior OL of OK State is average, and that's a little concerning. Shaw wasn't able to eat up the space he needed to, and the rest of the players around him didn't quite adjust to it. One of Shaw's worst games of the year. Week 7, Duke The Frogs fortunes changed completely the next week. They held one of the best rushing teams in the country to 60 Yards on 20 Carries. Shaw finished the game with a TFL and a Sack. He not only ate up space for Richard Farrell and Jefferson Cruz, he made plays himself. He was engaged, and the whole team looked angry. Week 14, Kansas The Jayhawks weren't themselves this year, and TCU took advantage. They completely shut down what little run game Kansas attempted. Shaw was active all game long. DTs can sometimes get lost in the picture due to the nature of their position, but Shaw was anything but lost. He finished with 2 Tackles and a Sack. But he ate double team after double team and still managed to get in CG3's face often. A great game out of him. Week 16, Texas Tech Oof. Another poor game defending the run. Hayden Dyer did his best Solomon Impression as he ran for 160 Yards and 2 Touchdowns. Shaw was completely shut down by Charlie Becker. The Junior Center for the Red Raiders used his lower stature to get under Shaw's arms and drive him back repeatedly. Another poor performance out of Shaw. Strengths: Eats Space. Most DTs fill this role. They occupy attention and allow their teammates to flourish. That's what Shaw excels at. When he's at his best, he makes his teammates look great. Motor. Shaw is active all game long. He doesn't tire easy and still has plenty of energy late in game. Weaknesses: Strength. He's a bit lighter than most DTs and that will bite him in the pros. He may struggle with bigger Interior OL and be outmatched physically. Height. His height betrays him at times. Shorter OL have had success at times getting leverage on him at the jump and taking him out of the play. He doesn't have a great counter to this, and has had games where he disappears because of this. Draft Outlook: The top of the Draft is busy. There are 5 guys 80+ and 3 more at 79. Shaw not having any personal conduct or injury flags is certainly a bonus. However, there is a stink on TCU players given their history in the Pros, and I think that impacts Shaw this year as well. He may be a Late 2nd or Early 3rd Level Talent. But, I see him dropping to Mid to Late 3rd. He's a rotational guy year one, but could be a league average starting DT down the road.
  7. boo Miami go Cards
  8. If you haven't played Control, I highly recommend it. It's very fun, and has a really interesting story.
  9. Quarterback QB Erik Parker 6-3 207 (So) Don Bosco Prep (Ramsey NJ) 3.5 of 4.0 [Hybrid] Parker is the favorite to retain the starting job after a good freshman season. This really isn't a toss up, as Parker completed over 60% of his passes (one of the few times that has happened in school history) and threw for over 2,200 Yards. We should see him take another step forward this year and become a better playmaker in the Red Zone. Running Back RB Damani Laws 5-9 189 (Sr) Northridge (Middlebury IN) 5.0 of 5.0 [Speed] Another no-brainer. Laws has the chance to set school career records this year if he repeats his 2023 Performance. This backfield duo should contend to be among the best in the conference. Fullback FB Eddie Briggs 5-9 221 (Sr) F.J. Reitz (Evansville IN) 3.5 of 3.5 [Run Blocking] This one may be a slight upset in some ways. The Cards just brought in a 3/4 True Freshman, and it's very tempting to get that talent on the field. However, Briggs brings experience and understanding of the offensive scheme, so he gets the nod. Wide Receiver WR Sebastian Amato 6-3 152 (Sr) Alex Monroe (Alexandria IN) 4.5 of 4.5 [Speed] WR Bruce Edmondson 6-1 207 Jr Harrison (Harrison NJ) 3.5 of 3.5 [Target] WR Kaden Jenkins 6-0 199 (So) Godby (Tallahassee FL) 3.5 of 3.5 [Speed] This trio were the starters last year, and having that chemistry with the Quarterback has me excited. I want to see Amato be more of a big play threat, which he just hasn't done. Edmondson and Jenkins should bring stability opposite him. Tight End TE Steven Moya 6-5 199 (Sr) Alex Monroe (Alexandria IN) 5.0 of 5.0 [Receiving] Moya already owns many school receiving records, and this year is about really distancing himself from the pack so to speak. The skill positions all returning from last year should give Parker reliable and comfortable targets to throw tow. Offensive Line OT Alex Burroughs 6-5 259 Jr Lake Land College (Mattoon IL) 4.0 of 4.5 [Run Blocking] OG Elisara Mataafa 6-5 265 (Jr) Walnut Hills (Cincinnati OH) 3.5 of 3.5 [Pass Blocking] C Isaac Grover 6-2 303 (So) Mineral Wells (Mineral Wells TX) 3.5 of 3.5 [Pass Blocking] OG Jesse Clatterbuck 6-6 274 (Fr) Leesville (Leesville LA ) 2.0 of 4.0 [Pass Blocking] OT Lucas Stanley 6-4 315 So Maplewood-Richmond Heights (MO) 3.0 of 3.5 [Pass Blocking] The addition of Burroughs cannot be understated. The OL has had some issues recently, and bringing him on board should help right the ship. Adding Clatterbuck into the lineup adds some more talent that's been sorely missing. Stanely was a backup last year, but gets his chance this year to prove himself. This is one of the better OL groups I've had here in Muncie, so I'm excited for that. Defensive Line DE Julian Tate 6-3 235 (Jr) Briggs (Columbus OH) 3.5 of 3.5 [Contain] DT Vincent Uribe 6-0 319 (So) Chipley (Chipley FL) 3.5 of 3.5 [2-Gap] DE Samuel Cleveland 6-0 254 So Hanover Park (East Hanover NJ) 3.0 of 4.0 [Contain] Like with the receivers, this trio are all returning starters. Tate and Cleveland combined for 11 Sacks last year, and we'll need them to do that again this year. Uribe is a space eater, and allows those around him to make plays. Linebackers OLB Dominique Brantley 6-3 224 So Roberto Clemente Academy (IL) 2.0 of 4.5 [Blitz] ILB Jonah Sands 6-4 229 So Hales Franciscan (Chicago IL) 2.0 of 3.5 [Mike] ILB Gregory Wilkins 5-11 241 (Jr) Amelia (Batavia OH) 4.5 of 4.5 [Will] OLB Kai Onesemo-Tuilaepa 6-4 242 Sr Wheaton North (Wheaton IL) 3.0 of 3.0 [Blitz] Here's where we have some weakness. Sands makes his starting debut after the graduation of Jon Carpenter. Fortunately, he has Gregory Wilkins there to support him. Dominique Brantley is young, but is so good. He needs to work on his consistency, but he has all the talent in the world. Kai Onesemo-Tuilaepa is a pass rusher plain and simple, he's not going to do well in coverage. Cornberbacks CB Amara Flowers 6-1 176 Jr Suncoast (Riviera Beach FL) 3.5 of 3.5 [Zone Coverage] ATH Giovanni Valentine 5-11 199 Jr Bishop Dwenger (Fort Wayne IN) 3.5 of 3.5 [Zone Coverage] CB Cooper Kimbrough 6-1 204 Jr North Florida Christian (FL) 3.5 of 3.5 [Man Coverage] Another trio of returning starters, these guys all came to Ball State at the same time and have played together since. The chemistry they have should be un-matched at this point. They're not the most talented group, but they have experience on their side. Safeties FS Geno Atkins 6-1 208 (Sr) Taylor (Kokomo IN) 4.0 of 4.0 [Zone Coverage] SS Alex Causey 6-0 188 (Jr) Glen Lake (Maple City MI) 3.5 of 3.5 [Zone Coverage] Atkins comes back for another trip around the block, looking for another All-Conference Season. Causey steps into DeAndre Simms' shoes, and boy are they big shoes to fill. Special Teams K Mitchell Randall 6-3 156 So Ritenour (Overland MO) 3.5 of 3.5 [Accuracy] P Nikolas Harrington 6-4 183 So J.A. Fair (Little Rock AR) 3.0 of 3.0 [Accuracy] LS Pat Cannon 6-3 261 (Sr) Winchester (Winchester IN) 3.5 of 3.5 [Traditional] KR Frank Strauss 6-0 216 Sr East Technical (Cleveland OH) 4.0 of 4.0 [Specialist] PR Bradley McCullough 6-0 196 Sr North Branch (North Branch MI) 3.0 of 3.0 [Specialist] Randall was the MAC Kicker of the Year in 2023, so I'm very fortunate for him to only be a Sophomore. Harrington has much to improve upon, our Punting last year was pathetic. Our Returners seem to do nothing, so I don't know how valuable they truly are. Potential Red-Shirts RB Nick Carson 5-8 171 Fr Napoleon (Napoleon MI) 1.0 of 4.0 [Speed] FB Sila Faanofonof Atua 5-9 226 Fr Jesuit (Tampa FL) 3.0 of 4.0 [Run Blocking] TE Nathaniel Urban 6-0 238 Fr Port St. Lucie (Port St. Lucie FL) 1.0 of 3.5 [Blocking] TE Darnerien Randolph 6-1 208 Fr Azle (Azle TX) 1.0 of 3.0 [Receiving] OT Nathan Smalley 6-6 294 Fr Pope John Paul II (Boca Raton FL) 1.0 of 3.0 [Run Blocking] OG Kieran Edmondson 6-1 330 Fr Jesuit (Tampa FL) 1.0 of 4.5 [Pass Blocking] OG Will Hackett 6-1 305 Fr Kashmere (Houston TX) 1.0 of 3.0 [Pass Blocking] C Mason Avalos 6-3 271 Fr Holly (Holly MI) 1.5 of 3.0 [Pass Blocking] DT Josh Kern 6-7 284 Fr Hernando (Brooksville FL) 1.0 of 4.0 [2-Gap] DT Shaq Oliver 6-3 286 Fr Deer Park (Cincinnati OH) 1.0 of 3.0 [2-Gap] ILB Zachary Finn 6-3 209 Sr Barnesville (Barnesville OH) 3.0 of 3.0 [Will] ILB Walt Mahan 6-4 249 So Horseheads (Horseheads NY) 2.5 of 3.0 [Mike] OLB Michael Dowd 6-2 239 Fr Indian Lake (Lewistown OH) 1.0 of 3.0 [Blitz] OLB Logan Christopher 6-4 216 Fr Robert E. Lee (Baytown TX) 1.0 of 3.5 [Blitz] CB Thierno Williams 6-0 165 Jr Concrete (Concrete WA) 3.0 of 3.0 [Zone Coverage] CB Brian Powell 6-0 163 Fr East Bakersfield (Bakersfield CA) 1.0 of 3.0 [Zone Coverage] FS Jeremy Saunders 6-1 212 Fr Hillsborough (Tampa FL) 1.5 of 3.0 [Zone Coverage] FS Golden Fountain 6-2 209 Fr Wesley Chapel (Wesley Chapel FL) 1.0 of 4.0 [Man Coverage] K Johnny Burkett 5-8 223 So North Mesquite (Mesquite TX) 3.0 of 3.0 [Power] P Thomas Hoff 6-4 181 Fr Hernando (Brooksville FL) 1.0 of 3.5 [Accuracy]
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  11. I'll probably read more. I got back into it this week after basically taking February off.
  12. This week, 4 Indianapolis Colts announced their retirement. RB James Otero, WR Douglas Chadwick, OT Craig Foster, and DE Charles Lewis. RB James Otero Otero came to Indy via a trade in Mid-2020 with the Detroit Lions. He was instantly named the starter, and started almost 2 full seasons in Indy. He was supplanted in 2023 after the trade for J.B. Blacknall early in the year. Otero attended Kansas University, and started one season under Coach stormstopper. He had a near 1,700 Yard Season with 30 Touchdowns. He won the Doak Walker Award and finished 4th in the Heisman Trophy Voting, and was named an All-American. Afterwards, he declared for the Draft early and entered the 2015 Draft. He was picked in the 3rd Round by the Miami Dolphins. He was the starter Day One and helped lead the Dolphins to a win in Superbowl II as a Rookie. He spent another season in Miami before being traded to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers (the Dolphins would go on to win Superbowl IV with Marcus Barry in 2017). He spent the next couple of years in Tampa, but the Bucs weren't able to make it to the Superbowl and decided to trade Otero to the Detroit Lions in 2018. He took over as the starter and was in that position for nearly 1.5 Seasons, when he was traded to Indy. He finished his career with over 8,000 Yards and 77 Touchdowns on 4.64 YPC. He had 4 1,000-Yard Seasons and 3 13+ TD Years. He as named to the Pro Bowl for the AFC in 2015, but never made it back in his career. In Indy, he had 1,603 Yards and 14 Touchdowns in 33 Games Played. In his Instagram Posting Announcing his Retirement, Otero specifically thanked Coach Stormstopper of the Jayhawks for giving him the opportunity to prove himself. He also thanked Dolphins Owner Soluna for giving him his dream of playing the game at the biggest stage. Lastly, he thanked the Bucs, Lions, and Colts for allowing him to continue his dream. WR Douglas Chadwick Dougie Chadwick broke onto the National Scene as a Sophomore at Indiana University in 2014. He had 90 Receptions for 1,252 Yards and 11 Touchdowns. However, with the graduation of Kamau Davis, the Hoosier Offense stagnated over the next two seasons. He had 891 Yards and 4 TDs combined over his Junior and Senior Years. He was drafted by Cincinnati in Round 4 of the 2017 Draft. He had a semi-successful Rookie Year, posting 234 Yards and 5 Touchdowns. But, soon found himself out of favor with the coaching staff. Over the next two years in Cincy, he had 272 Yards and 1 Touchdown. He was then traded to Buffalo for K Vincenzo Aiola prior to the 2020 Season. He spend the next two years with Buffalo, playing sparingly. He had 89 Yards total. The Jets signed Chadwick in the 2022 Pre-Season, but he didn't make their active roster and wasn't signed during the season either. He wouldn't be back in the Pro Game until Week 16 of 2023 when the Colts signed him to bolster their WR Depth. He didn't see the field much in Weeks 16 and 17, and did not record a stat. Chadwick finished his career with 52 Receptions for 595 Yards and 6 Touchdowns. OT Craig Foster Foster played for Neovenator's Arizona Wildcats as a Junior and Senior, starting both years. He was picked by the Ravens in Round 6 of the 2015 Draft. He would start in Baltimore from 2015 - 2021, but was benched in 2022 in favor of the younger Mendy Cheney. The Ravens released Foster following the 2022 Season, he was then signed by the Colts for the full 2023 season, serving as a Veteran presence in the locker room. T Kenyon Hendricks posted this on Twitter: "C Fost is a great dude. I'm going to miss playing with him, he'll always have me as a brother". The two had become very close during Pre-Season and were often seen eating out together during the season. DE Charles Lewis Lewis was a 3-Year Starter as Mississippi State, recording 9 Tackles and 9 Sacks. He was not a highly rated prospect entering the 2016 Draft, and was undrafted. He signed a two-year deal with the Green Bay Packers, starting for a couple years before being supplanted by Barron Anthony. He then spent the next few seasons as a backup for the Packers. Prior to the 2022 Season, the Packers traded Lewis to the Houston Texans, where he was a backup. He was released following the season, and the Colts signed him to fill the backup role in Indy. He didn't see the field a ton in his career, finishing with just 11 Tackles and 1.5 Sacks. Former Packers Teammate Mike Taylor, now a radio personality for ESPN, said on his show earlier this week: "Charles is real. I don't know anyone else I trust more than him to be honest. He is one of the happiest people I know, and I know he'll have fun in retirement. Maybe he'll come join me here in the studio."
  13. You've got to get Jarvis Bowen on the field imo
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