Eliot Wolf does a lot of it, I think. It used to be John Schneider and Reggie McKenzie. It's probably Wolf and Gutekunst now.
Can he swivel his hips or is a straight line guy? Don't forget, Sean Richardson was a 4.4 guy.
Bears have a 2nd, 4th, 5th and 7th.
Yes, I believe so. He's the West Coast scout.
Yes, I would. You have to plan for the future. I don't think Richard Rodgers is the future. They can do better.
If they do, I'm thinking Cleveland. They've got to get a QB. And they have a ton of picks to trade. The have a second, third, four 5ths and a sixth.
Maybe. But Wolf and Gutekunst know the personnel people better. They know who to call.
It looked like the same TT to me.
I'd give him some credit. But those mock contests only count the first round and how many you got in the top 100.
No, but I agree. He's got some force to him. Lawson is a guy to watch, too. And I still think Zach Cunningham is a really good pick. They could use an inside guy.
And the second? Too much I think. I don't think Thompson wants to give away this pick. He wants two picks in this round.
They'll take some corners in this draft. I "almost" guarantee it.
Or get another pick into the third. If the Packers get another high fourth, they would have two of the first couple picks of the day Saturday or they could try to parlay those picks into a move up in the third.
Good question. His position coach in Cleveland is here in Green Bay, Brian Angelichio. Wouldn't be a bad investment.