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NKySteeler
05-15-2008, 07:16 PM
Alright guys... Here is our roster as it stands. (Booger is not listed in this list, but feel free to add him if you think he remains...)
Let's get a "prediction thread" started as to who makes the cut and who doesn't...

2008 Steelers Post-Draft Roster:

(Listed alphabetically by position; as of May 5th)

(NO., NAME, HT., WT., YRS EXP., COLLEGE)

QUARTERBACKS
16 Charlie Batch 6-2 216 11 Eastern Michigan
2 Dennis Dixon 6-3 195 R Oregon
8 Mike Potts 6-4 220 R William & Mary
7 Ben Roethlisberger 6-5 241 5 Miami (Ohio)
5 Jared Zabransky 6-2 219 1 Boise State

RUNNING BACKS
44 Najeh Davenport 6-1 247 7 Miami (Fla.)
38 Carey Davis 5-10 225 2 Illinois
42 Billy Latsko 5-10 233 1 Florida
34 Rashard Mendenhall 5-10 225 R Illinois
21 Mewelde Moore 5-11 209 5 Tulane
39 Willie Parker 5-10 209 5 North Carolina
33 Gary Russell 5-11 215 2 Minnesota
28 Justin Vincent 5-10 219 1 LSU

TIGHT ENDS
48 Cody Boyd 6-8 264 2 Washington State
88 Jonathan Dekker 6-5 250 2 Princeton
83 Heath Miller 6-5 256 4 Virginia
84 Dezmond Sherrod 6-2 250 R Mississippi State
89 Matt Spaeth 6-7 270 2 Minnesota

WIDE RECEIVERS
81 Dallas Baker 6-3 206 1 Florida
11 Jeremy Bloom 5-9 180 2 Colorado
10 Santonio Holmes 5-11 189 3 Ohio State
80 Kevin Marion 5-10 168 R Wake Forest
15 Willie Reid 5-10 186 3 Florida State
87 Micah Rucker 6-6 221 R Eastern Illinois
14 Limas Sweed 6-5 219 R Texas
18 Matt Trannon 6-6 235 1 Michigan State
19 Gerran Walker 5-10 185 1 Lehigh
86 Hines Ward 6-0 205 11 Georgia
85 Nate Washington 6-1 185 4 Tiffin

CENTERS
62 Justin Hartwig 6-4 312 7 Kansas
64 Doug Legursky 6-1 323 R Marshall
61 Sean Mahan 6-3 301 6 Notre Dame
72 Darnell Stapleton 6-3 285 2 Rutgers

GUARDS
68 Chris Kemoeatu 6-3 344 4 Utah
67 Matt Lentz 6-6 320 1 Michigan
73 Kendall Simmons 6-3 315 7 Auburn

TACKLES
69 Jason Capizzi 6-9 315 2 IUP
74 Willie Colon 6-3 315 3 Hofstra
79 Trai Essex 6-4 324 4 Northwestern
66 Tony Hills 6-5 304 R Texas
65 Jeremy Parquet 6-6 321 4 Southern Mississippi
77 Marvel Smith 6-5 321 9 Arizona State
78 Max Starks 6-8 337 5 Florida

NOSE TACKLES
98 Casey Hampton 6-1 325 8 Texas
76 Chris Hoke 6-2 305 8 Brigham Young
74 Scott Paxson 6-4 292 1 Penn State

DEFENSIVE ENDS
67 Kyle Clement 6-4 290 R Northwood
93 Nick Eason 6-3 305 6 Clemson
99 Brett Keisel 6-5 285 7 Brigham Young
90 Travis Kirschke 6-3 298 12 UCLA
95 Ryan McBean 6-5 290 2 Oklahoma State
96 Martavius Prince 6-2 282 R Southern Mississippi
64 Jordan Reffert 6-4 292 R Washington
91 Aaron Smith 6-5 298 10 Northern Colorado

INSIDE LINEBACKERS
51 James Farrior 6-2 243 12 Virginia
50 Larry Foote 6-1 239 7 Michigan
57 Keyaron Fox 6-3 235 5 Georgia Tech
55 Mike Humpal 6-3 240 R Iowa
94 Lawrence Timmons 6-1 234 2 Florida State
48 Anthony Trucks 6-1 230 1 Oregon
47 Donovan Woods 6-2 230 R Oklahoma State

OUTSIDE LINEBACKERS
46 Patrick Bailey 6-4 235 R Duke
53 Bruce Davis 6-3 252 R UCLA
54 Andre Frazier 6-5 255 4 Cincinnati
97 Arnold Harrison 6-3 241 3 Georgia
92 James Harrison 6-0 242 5 Kent State
55 LaMarr Woodley 6-2 265 2 Michigan

CORNERBACKS
22 William Gay 5-10 190 2 Louisville
30 Roy Lewis 5-10 190 R Washington
37 Anthony Madison 5-9 180 3 Alabama
41 Grant Mason 6-0 192 2 Michigan
20 Bryant McFadden 6-0 190 4 Florida State
24 Ike Taylor 6-1 191 6 Louisiana-Lafayette
26 Deshea Townsend 5-10 190 11 Alabama
31 Travis Williams 5-9 190 R East Carolina

SAFETIES
23 Tyrone Carter 5-9 195 9 Minnesota
25 Ryan Clark 5-11 205 7 Louisiana State
45 Mike Lorello 5-11 208 1 West Virginia
29 Ryan Mundy 6-1 215 R West Virginia
43 Troy Polamalu 5-10 207 6 USC
27 Anthony Smith 5-11 192 3 Syracuse

PUNTERS
9 Daniel Sepulveda 6-3 230 2 Baylor

PLACEKICKERS
4 Julian Rauch 5-11 207 R Appalachian State
3 Jeff Reed 5-11 225 7 North Carolina

SNAPPERS
49 Jared Retkofsky 6-5 260 1 TCU
60 Greg Warren 6-3 252 4 North Carolina

NKySteeler
05-16-2008, 03:07 PM
So nobody wants to play along as to what our roster will look like after camp, and who is gone?!... OK, I'll take that as a lame thread idea...

...Actually, I'm just doing a bit of research before I place my list....

Shawn
05-16-2008, 03:17 PM
Alright guys... Here is our roster as it stands. (Booger is not listed in this list, but feel free to add him if you think he remains...)
Let's get a "prediction thread" started as to who makes the cut and who doesn't...

2008 Steelers Post-Draft Roster:

(Listed alphabetically by position; as of May 5th)

(NO., NAME, HT., WT., YRS EXP., COLLEGE)

QUARTERBACKS
16 Charlie Batch 6-2 216 11 Eastern Michigan
2 Dennis Dixon 6-3 195 R Oregon8 Mike Potts 6-4 220 R William & Mary
7 Ben Roethlisberger 6-5 241 5 Miami (Ohio)
5 Jared Zabransky 6-2 219 1 Boise State

RUNNING BACKS
44 Najeh Davenport 6-1 247 7 Miami (Fla.)
38 Carey Davis 5-10 225 2 Illinois
42 Billy Latsko 5-10 233 1 Florida
34 Rashard Mendenhall 5-10 225 R Illinois
21 Mewelde Moore 5-11 209 5 Tulane39 Willie Parker 5-10 209 5 North Carolina
33 Gary Russell 5-11 215 2 Minnesota
28 Justin Vincent 5-10 219 1 LSU
39 Willie Parker
TIGHT ENDS
48 Cody Boyd 6-8 264 2 Washington State
88 Jonathan Dekker 6-5 250 2 Princeton83 Heath Miller 6-5 256 4 Virginia
84 Dezmond Sherrod 6-2 250 R Mississippi State
89 Matt Spaeth 6-7 270 2 Minnesota
WIDE RECEIVERS
81 Dallas Baker 6-3 206 1 Florida
11 Jeremy Bloom 5-9 180 2 Colorado
10 Santonio Holmes 5-11 189 3 Ohio State
80 Kevin Marion 5-10 168 R Wake Forest
15 Willie Reid 5-10 186 3 Florida State
87 Micah Rucker 6-6 221 R Eastern Illinois
14 Limas Sweed 6-5 219 R Texas
18 Matt Trannon 6-6 235 1 Michigan State
19 Gerran Walker 5-10 185 1 Lehigh
86 Hines Ward 6-0 205 11 Georgia
85 Nate Washington 6-1 185 4 Tiffin

CENTERS
62 Justin Hartwig 6-4 312 7 Kansas
64 Doug Legursky 6-1 323 R Marshall
61 Sean Mahan 6-3 301 6 Notre Dame
72 Darnell Stapleton 6-3 285 2 Rutgers

GUARDS
68 Chris Kemoeatu 6-3 344 4 Utah
67 Matt Lentz 6-6 320 1 Michigan
73 Kendall Simmons 6-3 315 7 Auburn

TACKLES
69 Jason Capizzi 6-9 315 2 IUP
74 Willie Colon 6-3 315 3 Hofstra
79 Trai Essex 6-4 324 4 Northwestern
66 Tony Hills 6-5 304 R Texas
65 Jeremy Parquet 6-6 321 4 Southern Mississippi
77 Marvel Smith 6-5 321 9 Arizona State
78 Max Starks 6-8 337 5 Florida

NOSE TACKLES
98 Casey Hampton 6-1 325 8 Texas
76 Chris Hoke 6-2 305 8 Brigham Young
74 Scott Paxson 6-4 292 1 Penn State

DEFENSIVE ENDS
67 Kyle Clement 6-4 290 R Northwood
93 Nick Eason 6-3 305 6 Clemson
99 Brett Keisel 6-5 285 7 Brigham Young
90 Travis Kirschke 6-3 298 12 UCLA
95 Ryan McBean 6-5 290 2 Oklahoma State
96 Martavius Prince 6-2 282 R Southern Mississippi
64 Jordan Reffert 6-4 292 R Washington
91 Aaron Smith 6-5 298 10 Northern Colorado

INSIDE LINEBACKERS
51 James Farrior 6-2 243 12 Virginia
50 Larry Foote 6-1 239 7 Michigan
57 Keyaron Fox 6-3 235 5 Georgia Tech
55 Mike Humpal 6-3 240 R Iowa
94 Lawrence Timmons 6-1 234 2 Florida State
48 Anthony Trucks 6-1 230 1 Oregon
47 Donovan Woods 6-2 230 R Oklahoma State

OUTSIDE LINEBACKERS
46 Patrick Bailey 6-4 235 R Duke
53 Bruce Davis 6-3 252 R UCLA
54 Andre Frazier 6-5 255 4 Cincinnati
97 Arnold Harrison 6-3 241 3 Georgia
92 James Harrison 6-0 242 5 Kent State
55 LaMarr Woodley 6-2 265 2 Michigan

CORNERBACKS
22 William Gay 5-10 190 2 Louisville
30 Roy Lewis 5-10 190 R Washington
37 Anthony Madison 5-9 180 3 Alabama
41 Grant Mason 6-0 192 2 Michigan
20 Bryant McFadden 6-0 190 4 Florida State
24 Ike Taylor 6-1 191 6 Louisiana-Lafayette
26 Deshea Townsend 5-10 190 11 Alabama
31 Travis Williams 5-9 190 R East Carolina

SAFETIES
23 Tyrone Carter 5-9 195 9 Minnesota
25 Ryan Clark 5-11 205 7 Louisiana State
45 Mike Lorello 5-11 208 1 West Virginia
29 Ryan Mundy 6-1 215 R West Virginia
43 Troy Polamalu 5-10 207 6 USC
27 Anthony Smith 5-11 192 3 Syracuse

PUNTERS
9 Daniel Sepulveda 6-3 230 2 Baylor

PLACEKICKERS
4 Julian Rauch 5-11 207 R Appalachian State
3 Jeff Reed 5-11 225 7 North Carolina

SNAPPERS
49 Jared Retkofsky 6-5 260 1 TCU
60 Greg Warren 6-3 252 4 North Carolina

RuthlessBurgher
05-16-2008, 03:34 PM
Alright guys... Here is our roster as it stands. (Booger is not listed in this list, but feel free to add him if you think he remains...)
Let's get a "prediction thread" started as to who makes the cut and who doesn't...

2008 Steelers Post-Draft Roster:

(Listed alphabetically by position; as of May 5th)

(NO., NAME, HT., WT., YRS EXP., COLLEGE)

QUARTERBACKS
16 Charlie Batch 6-2 216 11 Eastern Michigan
2 Dennis Dixon 6-3 195 R Oregon8 Mike Potts 6-4 220 R William & Mary
7 Ben Roethlisberger 6-5 241 5 Miami (Ohio)
5 Jared Zabransky 6-2 219 1 Boise State

RUNNING BACKS
44 Najeh Davenport 6-1 247 7 Miami (Fla.)
38 Carey Davis 5-10 225 2 Illinois
42 Billy Latsko 5-10 233 1 Florida
34 Rashard Mendenhall 5-10 225 R Illinois
21 Mewelde Moore 5-11 209 5 Tulane39 Willie Parker 5-10 209 5 North Carolina
33 Gary Russell 5-11 215 2 Minnesota
28 Justin Vincent 5-10 219 1 LSU
39 Willie Parker
TIGHT ENDS
48 Cody Boyd 6-8 264 2 Washington State
88 Jonathan Dekker 6-5 250 2 Princeton83 Heath Miller 6-5 256 4 Virginia
84 Dezmond Sherrod 6-2 250 R Mississippi State
89 Matt Spaeth 6-7 270 2 Minnesota
WIDE RECEIVERS
81 Dallas Baker 6-3 206 1 Florida
11 Jeremy Bloom 5-9 180 2 Colorado
10 Santonio Holmes 5-11 189 3 Ohio State
80 Kevin Marion 5-10 168 R Wake Forest
15 Willie Reid 5-10 186 3 Florida State
87 Micah Rucker 6-6 221 R Eastern Illinois
14 Limas Sweed 6-5 219 R Texas
18 Matt Trannon 6-6 235 1 Michigan State
19 Gerran Walker 5-10 185 1 Lehigh
86 Hines Ward 6-0 205 11 Georgia
85 Nate Washington 6-1 185 4 Tiffin

CENTERS
62 Justin Hartwig 6-4 312 7 Kansas
64 Doug Legursky 6-1 323 R Marshall
61 Sean Mahan 6-3 301 6 Notre Dame
72 Darnell Stapleton 6-3 285 2 Rutgers

GUARDS
68 Chris Kemoeatu 6-3 344 4 Utah
67 Matt Lentz 6-6 320 1 Michigan
73 Kendall Simmons 6-3 315 7 Auburn

TACKLES
69 Jason Capizzi 6-9 315 2 IUP
74 Willie Colon 6-3 315 3 Hofstra
79 Trai Essex 6-4 324 4 Northwestern
66 Tony Hills 6-5 304 R Texas
65 Jeremy Parquet 6-6 321 4 Southern Mississippi
77 Marvel Smith 6-5 321 9 Arizona State
78 Max Starks 6-8 337 5 Florida

NOSE TACKLES
98 Casey Hampton 6-1 325 8 Texas
76 Chris Hoke 6-2 305 8 Brigham Young
74 Scott Paxson 6-4 292 1 Penn State

DEFENSIVE ENDS
67 Kyle Clement 6-4 290 R Northwood
93 Nick Eason 6-3 305 6 Clemson
99 Brett Keisel 6-5 285 7 Brigham Young
90 Travis Kirschke 6-3 298 12 UCLA
95 Ryan McBean 6-5 290 2 Oklahoma State
96 Martavius Prince 6-2 282 R Southern Mississippi
64 Jordan Reffert 6-4 292 R Washington
91 Aaron Smith 6-5 298 10 Northern Colorado

INSIDE LINEBACKERS
51 James Farrior 6-2 243 12 Virginia
50 Larry Foote 6-1 239 7 Michigan
57 Keyaron Fox 6-3 235 5 Georgia Tech
55 Mike Humpal 6-3 240 R Iowa
94 Lawrence Timmons 6-1 234 2 Florida State
48 Anthony Trucks 6-1 230 1 Oregon
47 Donovan Woods 6-2 230 R Oklahoma State

OUTSIDE LINEBACKERS
46 Patrick Bailey 6-4 235 R Duke
53 Bruce Davis 6-3 252 R UCLA
54 Andre Frazier 6-5 255 4 Cincinnati
97 Arnold Harrison 6-3 241 3 Georgia
92 James Harrison 6-0 242 5 Kent State
55 LaMarr Woodley 6-2 265 2 Michigan

CORNERBACKS
22 William Gay 5-10 190 2 Louisville
30 Roy Lewis 5-10 190 R Washington
37 Anthony Madison 5-9 180 3 Alabama
41 Grant Mason 6-0 192 2 Michigan
20 Bryant McFadden 6-0 190 4 Florida State
24 Ike Taylor 6-1 191 6 Louisiana-Lafayette
26 Deshea Townsend 5-10 190 11 Alabama
31 Travis Williams 5-9 190 R East Carolina

SAFETIES
23 Tyrone Carter 5-9 195 9 Minnesota
25 Ryan Clark 5-11 205 7 Louisiana State
45 Mike Lorello 5-11 208 1 West Virginia
29 Ryan Mundy 6-1 215 R West Virginia
43 Troy Polamalu 5-10 207 6 USC
27 Anthony Smith 5-11 192 3 Syracuse

PUNTERS
9 Daniel Sepulveda 6-3 230 2 Baylor

PLACEKICKERS
4 Julian Rauch 5-11 207 R Appalachian State
3 Jeff Reed 5-11 225 7 North Carolina

SNAPPERS
49 Jared Retkofsky 6-5 260 1 TCU
60 Greg Warren 6-3 252 4 North Carolina

I'm pretty much right in line with you, SMG. The only changes I would be make would be that if you plan to keep 10 DB's, I think I'd go with 5 CB's and 5 safeties, instead of 6 CB's and 4 safeties. Get rid of either Mason or Madison in favor of Lorello or Carter. eltrain's boy could be an asset on special teams (by the way, did any of you board pimps send a PM to eltrain about the move?)

Also, I am not a big Jon Dekker guy. I thought he was a guy that Cowher kept around because he went to college with his daughter. I'd rather put 10-15 more pounds onto Matt Trannon and make him a 3rd TE. Or if Micah Rucker shows something in training camp, I wouldn't mind keeping him as a 6th WR, since everything I've read about that dude intrigues me. We'll see, though.

SteelerOfDeVille
05-16-2008, 06:14 PM
sounds like a good contest...

winner wins something or other.

NKySteeler
05-16-2008, 07:12 PM
sounds like a good contest...

winner wins something or other.

I suggest the winner gets a dinner courtesy of SoD at the Derby House.... :o

...Here's my final 53:

QUARTERBACKS
16 Charlie Batch 6-2 216 11 Eastern Michigan
7 Ben Roethlisberger 6-5 241 5 Miami (Ohio)
5 Jared Zabransky 6-2 219 1 Boise State

RUNNING BACKS
44 Najeh Davenport 6-1 247 7 Miami (Fla.)
38 Carey Davis 5-10 225 2 Illinois
34 Rashard Mendenhall 5-10 225 R Illinois
21 Mewelde Moore 5-11 209 5 Tulane
39 Willie Parker 5-10 209 5 North Carolina

TIGHT ENDS
48 Cody Boyd 6-8 264 2 Washington State
83 Heath Miller 6-5 256 4 Virginia
89 Matt Spaeth 6-7 270 2 Minnesota

WIDE RECEIVERS
2 Dennis Dixon 6-3 195 R Oregon
10 Santonio Holmes 5-11 189 3 Ohio State
14 Limas Sweed 6-5 219 R Texas
86 Hines Ward 6-0 205 11 Georgia
85 Nate Washington 6-1 185 4 Tiffin

CENTERS
62 Justin Hartwig 6-4 312 7 Kansas
61 Sean Mahan 6-3 301 6 Notre Dame
72 Darnell Stapleton 6-3 285 2 Rutgers

GUARDS
68 Chris Kemoeatu 6-3 344 4 Utah
73 Kendall Simmons 6-3 315 7 Auburn

TACKLES
74 Willie Colon 6-3 315 3 Hofstra
79 Trai Essex 6-4 324 4 Northwestern
66 Tony Hills 6-5 304 R Texas
77 Marvel Smith 6-5 321 9 Arizona State
78 Max Starks 6-8 337 5 Florida

NOSE TACKLES
98 Casey Hampton 6-1 325 8 Texas
76 Chris Hoke 6-2 305 8 Brigham Young

DEFENSIVE ENDS
93 Nick Eason 6-3 305 6 Clemson
99 Brett Keisel 6-5 285 7 Brigham Young
90 Travis Kirschke 6-3 298 12 UCLA
91 Aaron Smith 6-5 298 10 Northern Colorado

INSIDE LINEBACKERS
51 James Farrior 6-2 243 12 Virginia
50 Larry Foote 6-1 239 7 Michigan
55 Mike Humpal 6-3 240 R Iowa
94 Lawrence Timmons 6-1 234 2 Florida State

OUTSIDE LINEBACKERS
53 Bruce Davis 6-3 252 R UCLA
97 Arnold Harrison 6-3 241 3 Georgia
92 James Harrison 6-0 242 5 Kent State
55 LaMarr Woodley 6-2 265 2 Michigan

CORNERBACKS
22 William Gay 5-10 190 2 Louisville
30 Roy Lewis 5-10 190 R Washington
37 Anthony Madison 5-9 180 3 Alabama
20 Bryant McFadden 6-0 190 4 Florida State
24 Ike Taylor 6-1 191 6 Louisiana-Lafayette
26 Deshea Townsend 5-10 190 11 Alabama

SAFETIES
23 Tyrone Carter 5-9 195 9 Minnesota
25 Ryan Clark 5-11 205 7 Louisiana State
43 Troy Polamalu 5-10 207 6 USC
27 Anthony Smith 5-11 192 3 Syracuse

PUNTERS
9 Daniel Sepulveda 6-3 230 2 Baylor

PLACEKICKERS
3 Jeff Reed 5-11 225 7 North Carolina

SNAPPERS
60 Greg Warren 6-3 252 4 North Carolina

Flasteel
05-16-2008, 07:14 PM
Here's what I put out there a few weeks back on the other board:

QB - 3
Ben Roethlisberger
Charlie Batch
Dennis Dixon

RB - 4
Rashard Mendenhall
Willie Parker
Mewelde Moore
Gary Russell

FB - 1
Carey Davis or Najeh Davenport (not sure yet)

WR - 5
Hines Ward
Santonio Holmes
Limus Sweed
Nate Washington
Dallas Baker

TE - 3
Heath Miller
Matt Spaeth
Cody Boyd

OT - 4
Marvel Smith
Max Starks
Trai Essex
Tony Hills

OG - 4
Kendall Simmons
Willie Colon
Chris Kemoeatu
Sean Mahan

C - 2
Justin Hartwig
Doug Legursky (LS)

DE - 4
Aaron Smith
Brett Kiesel
Travis Kirschke
Ryan Mcbean

DT - 3
Casey Hampton
Chris Hoke
Booger McFarland

LB - 9
James Harrison
Lamar Woodley
Bruce Davis
Arnold Harrison
James Farrior
Lawrence Timmons
Larry Foote
Keyaron Fox
Mike Humpal

S - 4
Troy Polamalu
Anthony Smith
Ryan Clark
Mike Lorello
Ryan Mundy (Practice Squad)

CB - 5
Ike Taylor
Deshea Townsend
Bryant McFadden
William Gay
Grant Mason

K
Jeff Reed

P
Daniel Sepulveda

AngryAsian
05-17-2008, 05:48 AM
QUARTERBACKS
16 Charlie Batch 6-2 216 11 Eastern Michigan
2 Dennis Dixon 6-3 195 R Oregon
8 Mike Potts 6-4 220 R William & Mary
7 Ben Roethlisberger 6-5 241 5 Miami (Ohio)
5 Jared Zabransky 6-2 219 1 Boise State

RUNNING BACKS
44 Najeh Davenport 6-1 247 7 Miami (Fla.)
38 Carey Davis 5-10 225 2 Illinois
42 Billy Latsko 5-10 233 1 Florida
34 Rashard Mendenhall 5-10 225 R Illinois
21 Mewelde Moore 5-11 209 5 Tulane
39 Willie Parker 5-10 209 5 North Carolina
33 Gary Russell 5-11 215 2 Minnesota
28 Justin Vincent 5-10 219 1 LSU

TIGHT ENDS
48 Cody Boyd 6-8 264 2 Washington State
88 Jonathan Dekker 6-5 250 2 Princeton
83 Heath Miller 6-5 256 4 Virginia
84 Dezmond Sherrod 6-2 250 R Mississippi State
89 Matt Spaeth 6-7 270 2 Minnesota

WIDE RECEIVERS
81 Dallas Baker 6-3 206 1 Florida
11 Jeremy Bloom 5-9 180 2 Colorado
10 Santonio Holmes 5-11 189 3 Ohio State
80 Kevin Marion 5-10 168 R Wake Forest
15 Willie Reid 5-10 186 3 Florida State
87 Micah Rucker 6-6 221 R Eastern Illinois
14 Limas Sweed 6-5 219 R Texas
18 Matt Trannon 6-6 235 1 Michigan State
19 Gerran Walker 5-10 185 1 Lehigh
86 Hines Ward 6-0 205 11 Georgia
85 Nate Washington 6-1 185 4 Tiffin

CENTERS
62 Justin Hartwig 6-4 312 7 Kansas
64 Doug Legursky 6-1 323 R Marshall
61 Sean Mahan 6-3 301 6 Notre Dame
72 Darnell Stapleton 6-3 285 2 Rutgers

GUARDS
68 Chris Kemoeatu 6-3 344 4 Utah
67 Matt Lentz 6-6 320 1 Michigan
73 Kendall Simmons 6-3 315 7 Auburn

TACKLES
69 Jason Capizzi 6-9 315 2 IUP
74 Willie Colon 6-3 315 3 Hofstra
79 Trai Essex 6-4 324 4 Northwestern
66 Tony Hills 6-5 304 R Texas
65 Jeremy Parquet 6-6 321 4 Southern Mississippi
77 Marvel Smith 6-5 321 9 Arizona State
78 Max Starks 6-8 337 5 Florida

NOSE TACKLES
98 Casey Hampton 6-1 325 8 Texas
76 Chris Hoke 6-2 305 8 Brigham Young
74 Scott Paxson 6-4 292 1 Penn State

DEFENSIVE ENDS
67 Kyle Clement 6-4 290 R Northwood
93 Nick Eason 6-3 305 6 Clemson
99 Brett Keisel 6-5 285 7 Brigham Young
90 Travis Kirschke 6-3 298 12 UCLA
95 Ryan McBean 6-5 290 2 Oklahoma State
96 Martavius Prince 6-2 282 R Southern Mississippi
64 Jordan Reffert 6-4 292 R Washington
91 Aaron Smith 6-5 298 10 Northern Colorado

INSIDE LINEBACKERS
51 James Farrior 6-2 243 12 Virginia
50 Larry Foote 6-1 239 7 Michigan
57 Keyaron Fox 6-3 235 5 Georgia Tech
55 Mike Humpal 6-3 240 R Iowa
94 Lawrence Timmons 6-1 234 2 Florida State
48 Anthony Trucks 6-1 230 1 Oregon
47 Donovan Woods 6-2 230 R Oklahoma State

OUTSIDE LINEBACKERS
46 Patrick Bailey 6-4 235 R Duke
53 Bruce Davis 6-3 252 R UCLA
54 Andre Frazier 6-5 255 4 Cincinnati
97 Arnold Harrison 6-3 241 3 Georgia
92 James Harrison 6-0 242 5 Kent State
55 LaMarr Woodley 6-2 265 2 Michigan

CORNERBACKS
22 William Gay 5-10 190 2 Louisville
30 Roy Lewis 5-10 190 R Washington
37 Anthony Madison 5-9 180 3 Alabama
41 Grant Mason 6-0 192 2 Michigan
20 Bryant McFadden 6-0 190 4 Florida State
24 Ike Taylor 6-1 191 6 Louisiana-Lafayette
26 Deshea Townsend 5-10 190 11 Alabama
31 Travis Williams 5-9 190 R East Carolina

SAFETIES
23 Tyrone Carter 5-9 195 9 Minnesota
25 Ryan Clark 5-11 205 7 Louisiana State
45 Mike Lorello 5-11 208 1 West Virginia
29 Ryan Mundy 6-1 215 R West Virginia
43 Troy Polamalu 5-10 207 6 USC
27 Anthony Smith 5-11 192 3 Syracuse

PUNTERS
9 Daniel Sepulveda 6-3 230 2 Baylor

PLACEKICKERS
4 Julian Rauch 5-11 207 R Appalachian State
3 Jeff Reed 5-11 225 7 North Carolina

SNAPPERS
49 Jared Retkofsky 6-5 260 1 TCU
60 Greg Warren 6-3 252 4 North Carolina[/quote]

Oviedo
05-17-2008, 07:40 AM
My take is:

QUARTERBACKS: Dixon is stashed on IR/PUP and Zabransky is on PS
16 Charlie Batch 6-2 216 11 Eastern Michigan
7 Ben Roethlisberger 6-5 241 5 Miami (Ohio)


RUNNING BACKS
44 Najeh Davenport 6-1 247 7 Miami (Fla.)
34 Rashard Mendenhall 5-10 225 R Illinois
21 Mewelde Moore 5-11 209 5 Tulane
39 Willie Parker 5-10 209 5 North Carolina
33 Gary Russell 5-11 215 2 Minnesota

TIGHT ENDS
48 Cody Boyd 6-8 264 2 Washington State
83 Heath Miller 6-5 256 4 Virginia
89 Matt Spaeth 6-7 270 2 Minnesota

WIDE RECEIVERS
10 Santonio Holmes 5-11 189 3 Ohio State
15 Willie Reid 5-10 186 3 Florida State
14 Limas Sweed 6-5 219 R Texas
86 Hines Ward 6-0 205 11 Georgia
85 Nate Washington 6-1 185 4 Tiffin

CENTERS
62 Justin Hartwig 6-4 312 7 Kansas
61 Sean Mahan 6-3 301 6 Notre Dame
72 Darnell Stapleton 6-3 285 2 Rutgers

GUARDS
68 Chris Kemoeatu 6-3 344 4 Utah
73 Kendall Simmons 6-3 315 7 Auburn

TACKLES
74 Willie Colon 6-3 315 3 Hofstra
79 Trai Essex 6-4 324 4 Northwestern
66 Tony Hills 6-5 304 R Texas
77 Marvel Smith 6-5 321 9 Arizona State
78 Max Starks 6-8 337 5 Florida

NOSE TACKLES
98 Casey Hampton 6-1 325 8 Texas
76 Chris Hoke 6-2 305 8 Brigham Young

DEFENSIVE ENDS
93 Nick Eason 6-3 305 6 Clemson
99 Brett Keisel 6-5 285 7 Brigham Young
90 Travis Kirschke 6-3 298 12 UCLA
95 Ryan McBean 6-5 290 2 Oklahoma State
91 Aaron Smith 6-5 298 10 Northern Colorado

INSIDE LINEBACKERS
51 James Farrior 6-2 243 12 Virginia
50 Larry Foote 6-1 239 7 Michigan
57 Keyaron Fox 6-3 235 5 Georgia Tech
55 Mike Humpal 6-3 240 R Iowa
94 Lawrence Timmons 6-1 234 2 Florida State


OUTSIDE LINEBACKERS
53 Bruce Davis 6-3 252 R UCLA
97 Arnold Harrison 6-3 241 3 Georgia
92 James Harrison 6-0 242 5 Kent State
55 LaMarr Woodley 6-2 265 2 Michigan

CORNERBACKS
22 William Gay 5-10 190 2 Louisville
20 Bryant McFadden 6-0 190 4 Florida State
24 Ike Taylor 6-1 191 6 Louisiana-Lafayette
26 Deshea Townsend 5-10 190 11 Alabama

SAFETIES
25 Ryan Clark 5-11 205 7 Louisiana State
45 Mike Lorello 5-11 208 1 West Virginia
43 Troy Polamalu 5-10 207 6 USC
27 Anthony Smith 5-11 192 3 Syracuse

PUNTERS
9 Daniel Sepulveda 6-3 230 2 Baylor

PLACEKICKERS
3 Jeff Reed 5-11 225 7 North Carolina

SNAPPERS
60 Greg Warren 6-3 252 4 North Carolina

Shawn
05-17-2008, 10:59 AM
I have to believe the RB situation boils down to keeping 2 of these three

Davis...Davenport...Russell

I think Davenport is the odd man out personally.

Djfan
05-17-2008, 12:57 PM
I am a class A rookie in regards to this, but going to the Burgh' in about 6 weeks and I want a steak dinner. BTW, I am not taking the PS into account.

Here goes:

QUARTERBACKS
16 Charlie Batch 6-2 216 11 Eastern Michigan
2 Dennis Dixon 6-3 195 R Oregon
7 Ben Roethlisberger 6-5 241 5 Miami (Ohio)


RUNNING BACKS
42 Billy Latsko 5-10 233 1 Florida
34 Rashard Mendenhall 5-10 225 R Illinois
21 Mewelde Moore 5-11 209 5 Tulane
39 Willie Parker 5-10 209 5 North Carolina
33 Gary Russell 5-11 215 2 Minnesota

TIGHT ENDS
48 Cody Boyd 6-8 264 2 Washington State
83 Heath Miller 6-5 256 4 Virginia
89 Matt Spaeth 6-7 270 2 Minnesota

WIDE RECEIVERS
81 Dallas Baker 6-3 206 1 Florida
10 Santonio Holmes 5-11 189 3 Ohio State
14 Limas Sweed 6-5 219 R Texas
18 Matt Trannon 6-6 235 1 Michigan State
86 Hines Ward 6-0 205 11 Georgia
85 Nate Washington 6-1 185 4 Tiffin

CENTERS
62 Justin Hartwig 6-4 312 7 Kansas
64 Doug Legursky 6-1 323 R Marshall
72 Darnell Stapleton 6-3 285 2 Rutgers

GUARDS
68 Chris Kemoeatu 6-3 344 4 Utah
67 Matt Lentz 6-6 320 1 Michigan
73 Kendall Simmons 6-3 315 7 Auburn

TACKLES
69 Jason Capizzi 6-9 315 2 IUP
74 Willie Colon 6-3 315 3 Hofstra
79 Trai Essex 6-4 324 4 Northwestern
77 Marvel Smith 6-5 321 9 Arizona State
78 Max Starks 6-8 337 5 Florida

NOSE TACKLES
98 Casey Hampton 6-1 325 8 Texas
76 Chris Hoke 6-2 305 8 Brigham Young

DEFENSIVE ENDS
93 Nick Eason 6-3 305 6 Clemson
99 Brett Keisel 6-5 285 7 Brigham Young
90 Travis Kirschke 6-3 298 12 UCLA
95 Ryan McBean 6-5 290 2 Oklahoma State
64 Jordan Reffert 6-4 292 R Washington
91 Aaron Smith 6-5 298 10 Northern Colorado

INSIDE LINEBACKERS
51 James Farrior 6-2 243 12 Virginia
50 Larry Foote 6-1 239 7 Michigan
57 Keyaron Fox 6-3 235 5 Georgia Tech
55 Mike Humpal 6-3 240 R Iowa
94 Lawrence Timmons 6-1 234 2 Florida State


OUTSIDE LINEBACKERS
53 Bruce Davis 6-3 252 R UCLA
97 Arnold Harrison 6-3 241 3 Georgia
92 James Harrison 6-0 242 5 Kent State
55 LaMarr Woodley 6-2 265 2 Michigan

CORNERBACKS
22 William Gay 5-10 190 2 Louisville
20 Bryant McFadden 6-0 190 4 Florida State
24 Ike Taylor 6-1 191 6 Louisiana-Lafayette
26 Deshea Townsend 5-10 190 11 Alabama


SAFETIES
23 Tyrone Carter 5-9 195 9 Minnesota
25 Ryan Clark 5-11 205 7 Louisiana State
45 Mike Lorello 5-11 208 1 West Virginia
29 Ryan Mundy 6-1 215 R West Virginia
43 Troy Polamalu 5-10 207 6 USC
QUARTERBACKS
16 Charlie Batch 6-2 216 11 Eastern Michigan
2 Dennis Dixon 6-3 195 R Oregon
8 Mike Potts 6-4 220 R William & Mary
7 Ben Roethlisberger 6-5 241 5 Miami (Ohio)
5 Jared Zabransky 6-2 219 1 Boise State

RUNNING BACKS
44 Najeh Davenport 6-1 247 7 Miami (Fla.)
38 Carey Davis 5-10 225 2 Illinois
42 Billy Latsko 5-10 233 1 Florida
34 Rashard Mendenhall 5-10 225 R Illinois
21 Mewelde Moore 5-11 209 5 Tulane
39 Willie Parker 5-10 209 5 North Carolina
33 Gary Russell 5-11 215 2 Minnesota
28 Justin Vincent 5-10 219 1 LSU

TIGHT ENDS
48 Cody Boyd 6-8 264 2 Washington State
88 Jonathan Dekker 6-5 250 2 Princeton
83 Heath Miller 6-5 256 4 Virginia
84 Dezmond Sherrod 6-2 250 R Mississippi State
89 Matt Spaeth 6-7 270 2 Minnesota

WIDE RECEIVERS
81 Dallas Baker 6-3 206 1 Florida
11 Jeremy Bloom 5-9 180 2 Colorado
10 Santonio Holmes 5-11 189 3 Ohio State
80 Kevin Marion 5-10 168 R Wake Forest
15 Willie Reid 5-10 186 3 Florida State
87 Micah Rucker 6-6 221 R Eastern Illinois
14 Limas Sweed 6-5 219 R Texas
18 Matt Trannon 6-6 235 1 Michigan State
19 Gerran Walker 5-10 185 1 Lehigh
86 Hines Ward 6-0 205 11 Georgia
85 Nate Washington 6-1 185 4 Tiffin

CENTERS
62 Justin Hartwig 6-4 312 7 Kansas
64 Doug Legursky 6-1 323 R Marshall
61 Sean Mahan 6-3 301 6 Notre Dame
72 Darnell Stapleton 6-3 285 2 Rutgers

GUARDS
68 Chris Kemoeatu 6-3 344 4 Utah
67 Matt Lentz 6-6 320 1 Michigan
73 Kendall Simmons 6-3 315 7 Auburn

TACKLES
69 Jason Capizzi 6-9 315 2 IUP
74 Willie Colon 6-3 315 3 Hofstra
79 Trai Essex 6-4 324 4 Northwestern
66 Tony Hills 6-5 304 R Texas
65 Jeremy Parquet 6-6 321 4 Southern Mississippi
77 Marvel Smith 6-5 321 9 Arizona State
78 Max Starks 6-8 337 5 Florida

NOSE TACKLES
98 Casey Hampton 6-1 325 8 Texas
76 Chris Hoke 6-2 305 8 Brigham Young
74 Scott Paxson 6-4 292 1 Penn State

DEFENSIVE ENDS
67 Kyle Clement 6-4 290 R Northwood
93 Nick Eason 6-3 305 6 Clemson
99 Brett Keisel 6-5 285 7 Brigham Young
90 Travis Kirschke 6-3 298 12 UCLA
95 Ryan McBean 6-5 290 2 Oklahoma State
96 Martavius Prince 6-2 282 R Southern Mississippi
64 Jordan Reffert 6-4 292 R Washington
91 Aaron Smith 6-5 298 10 Northern Colorado

INSIDE LINEBACKERS
51 James Farrior 6-2 243 12 Virginia
50 Larry Foote 6-1 239 7 Michigan
57 Keyaron Fox 6-3 235 5 Georgia Tech
55 Mike Humpal 6-3 240 R Iowa
94 Lawrence Timmons 6-1 234 2 Florida State
48 Anthony Trucks 6-1 230 1 Oregon
47 Donovan Woods 6-2 230 R Oklahoma State

OUTSIDE LINEBACKERS
46 Patrick Bailey 6-4 235 R Duke
53 Bruce Davis 6-3 252 R UCLA
54 Andre Frazier 6-5 255 4 Cincinnati
97 Arnold Harrison 6-3 241 3 Georgia
92 James Harrison 6-0 242 5 Kent State
55 LaMarr Woodley 6-2 265 2 Michigan

CORNERBACKS
22 William Gay 5-10 190 2 Louisville
30 Roy Lewis 5-10 190 R Washington
37 Anthony Madison 5-9 180 3 Alabama
41 Grant Mason 6-0 192 2 Michigan
20 Bryant McFadden 6-0 190 4 Florida State
24 Ike Taylor 6-1 191 6 Louisiana-Lafayette
26 Deshea Townsend 5-10 190 11 Alabama
31 Travis Williams 5-9 190 R East Carolina

SAFETIES
25 Ryan Clark 5-11 205 7 Louisiana State
29 Ryan Mundy 6-1 215 R West Virginia
43 Troy Polamalu 5-10 207 6 USC
27 Anthony Smith 5-11 192 3 Syracuse

PUNTERS
9 Daniel Sepulveda 6-3 230 2 Baylor

PLACEKICKERS
3 Jeff Reed 5-11 225 7 North Carolina

SNAPPERS
49 Jared Retkofsky 6-5 260 1 TCU
60 Greg Warren 6-3 252 4 North Carolina



PUNTERS
9 Daniel Sepulveda 6-3 230 2 Baylor

PLACEKICKERS
4 Julian Rauch 5-11 207 R Appalachian State
3 Jeff Reed 5-11 225 7 North Carolina

SNAPPERS
49 Jared Retkofsky 6-5 260 1 TCU
60 Greg Warren 6-3 252 4 North Carolina

DANG! This is hard. The stated intention of Tomlin to bring in the youth makes it very hard to predict who will be trade bait, who will be developmental, etc. I can't even say that I have the right amount of guys here.

RuthlessBurgher
05-17-2008, 05:29 PM
QUARTERBACKS
16 Charlie Batch 6-2 216 11 Eastern Michigan
2 Dennis Dixon 6-3 195 R Oregon
8 Mike Potts 6-4 220 R William & Mary
7 Ben Roethlisberger 6-5 241 5 Miami (Ohio)
5 Jared Zabransky 6-2 219 1 Boise State

RUNNING BACKS
44 Najeh Davenport 6-1 247 7 Miami (Fla.)
38 Carey Davis 5-10 225 2 Illinois
42 Billy Latsko 5-10 233 1 Florida
34 Rashard Mendenhall 5-10 225 R Illinois
21 Mewelde Moore 5-11 209 5 Tulane
39 Willie Parker 5-10 209 5 North Carolina
33 Gary Russell 5-11 215 2 Minnesota
28 Justin Vincent 5-10 219 1 LSU

TIGHT ENDS
48 Cody Boyd 6-8 264 2 Washington State
88 Jonathan Dekker 6-5 250 2 Princeton
83 Heath Miller 6-5 256 4 Virginia
84 Dezmond Sherrod 6-2 250 R Mississippi State
89 Matt Spaeth 6-7 270 2 Minnesota

WIDE RECEIVERS
81 Dallas Baker 6-3 206 1 Florida
11 Jeremy Bloom 5-9 180 2 Colorado
10 Santonio Holmes 5-11 189 3 Ohio State
80 Kevin Marion 5-10 168 R Wake Forest
15 Willie Reid 5-10 186 3 Florida State
87 Micah Rucker 6-6 221 R Eastern Illinois
14 Limas Sweed 6-5 219 R Texas
18 Matt Trannon 6-6 235 1 Michigan State
19 Gerran Walker 5-10 185 1 Lehigh
86 Hines Ward 6-0 205 11 Georgia
85 Nate Washington 6-1 185 4 Tiffin

CENTERS
62 Justin Hartwig 6-4 312 7 Kansas
64 Doug Legursky 6-1 323 R Marshall
61 Sean Mahan 6-3 301 6 Notre Dame
72 Darnell Stapleton 6-3 285 2 Rutgers

GUARDS
68 Chris Kemoeatu 6-3 344 4 Utah
67 Matt Lentz 6-6 320 1 Michigan
73 Kendall Simmons 6-3 315 7 Auburn

TACKLES
69 Jason Capizzi 6-9 315 2 IUP
74 Willie Colon 6-3 315 3 Hofstra
79 Trai Essex 6-4 324 4 Northwestern
66 Tony Hills 6-5 304 R Texas
65 Jeremy Parquet 6-6 321 4 Southern Mississippi
77 Marvel Smith 6-5 321 9 Arizona State
78 Max Starks 6-8 337 5 Florida

NOSE TACKLES
98 Casey Hampton 6-1 325 8 Texas
76 Chris Hoke 6-2 305 8 Brigham Young
74 Scott Paxson 6-4 292 1 Penn State

DEFENSIVE ENDS
67 Kyle Clement 6-4 290 R Northwood
93 Nick Eason 6-3 305 6 Clemson
99 Brett Keisel 6-5 285 7 Brigham Young
90 Travis Kirschke 6-3 298 12 UCLA
95 Ryan McBean 6-5 290 2 Oklahoma State
96 Martavius Prince 6-2 282 R Southern Mississippi
64 Jordan Reffert 6-4 292 R Washington
91 Aaron Smith 6-5 298 10 Northern Colorado

INSIDE LINEBACKERS
51 James Farrior 6-2 243 12 Virginia
50 Larry Foote 6-1 239 7 Michigan
57 Keyaron Fox 6-3 235 5 Georgia Tech
55 Mike Humpal 6-3 240 R Iowa
94 Lawrence Timmons 6-1 234 2 Florida State
48 Anthony Trucks 6-1 230 1 Oregon
47 Donovan Woods 6-2 230 R Oklahoma State

OUTSIDE LINEBACKERS
46 Patrick Bailey 6-4 235 R Duke
53 Bruce Davis 6-3 252 R UCLA
54 Andre Frazier 6-5 255 4 Cincinnati
97 Arnold Harrison 6-3 241 3 Georgia
92 James Harrison 6-0 242 5 Kent State
55 LaMarr Woodley 6-2 265 2 Michigan

CORNERBACKS
22 William Gay 5-10 190 2 Louisville
30 Roy Lewis 5-10 190 R Washington
37 Anthony Madison 5-9 180 3 Alabama
41 Grant Mason 6-0 192 2 Michigan
20 Bryant McFadden 6-0 190 4 Florida State
24 Ike Taylor 6-1 191 6 Louisiana-Lafayette
26 Deshea Townsend 5-10 190 11 Alabama
31 Travis Williams 5-9 190 R East Carolina

SAFETIES
23 Tyrone Carter 5-9 195 9 Minnesota
25 Ryan Clark 5-11 205 7 Louisiana State
45 Mike Lorello 5-11 208 1 West Virginia
29 Ryan Mundy 6-1 215 R West Virginia
43 Troy Polamalu 5-10 207 6 USC
27 Anthony Smith 5-11 192 3 Syracuse

PUNTERS
9 Daniel Sepulveda 6-3 230 2 Baylor

PLACEKICKERS
4 Julian Rauch 5-11 207 R Appalachian State
3 Jeff Reed 5-11 225 7 North Carolina

SNAPPERS
49 Jared Retkofsky 6-5 260 1 TCU
60 Greg Warren 6-3 252 4 North Carolina[/quote]

BIG FAN
05-17-2008, 08:44 PM
With the influx of RB's I would think N.D.'s days are numbered.

Oviedo
05-17-2008, 10:36 PM
With the influx of RB's I would think N.D.'s days are numbered.

I have to believe that unless he can block Davenport's days are numbered. Moore is a better receiver out of the backfield. FWP, Mendenhall and Russell are all better runners. Just don't see what he adds.

BigBen2112
05-17-2008, 10:39 PM
Noone likes Roy Lewis but me?!

Oviedo
05-19-2008, 08:21 AM
Noone likes Roy Lewis but me?!

Not as a rookie who can contribute. He is PS bound in all likelihood.

steeler_fan_in_t.o.
05-20-2008, 12:14 AM
QUARTERBACKS
16 Charlie Batch 6-2 216 11 Eastern Michigan
2 Dennis Dixon 6-3 195 R Oregon - PUP list
8 Mike Potts 6-4 220 R William & Mary
7 Ben Roethlisberger 6-5 241 5 Miami (Ohio)
5 Jared Zabransky 6-2 219 1 Boise State

RUNNING BACKS
44 Najeh Davenport 6-1 247 7 Miami (Fla.)
38 Carey Davis 5-10 225 2 Illinois
42 Billy Latsko 5-10 233 1 Florida
34 Rashard Mendenhall 5-10 225 R Illinois
21 Mewelde Moore 5-11 209 5 Tulane
39 Willie Parker 5-10 209 5 North Carolina
33 Gary Russell 5-11 215 2 Minnesota
28 Justin Vincent 5-10 219 1 LSU

TIGHT ENDS
48 Cody Boyd 6-8 264 2 Washington State
88 Jonathan Dekker 6-5 250 2 Princeton - PS
83 Heath Miller 6-5 256 4 Virginia
84 Dezmond Sherrod 6-2 250 R Mississippi State
89 Matt Spaeth 6-7 270 2 Minnesota

WIDE RECEIVERS
81 Dallas Baker 6-3 206 1 Florida
11 Jeremy Bloom 5-9 180 2 Colorado
10 Santonio Holmes 5-11 189 3 Ohio State
80 Kevin Marion 5-10 168 R Wake Forest
15 Willie Reid 5-10 186 3 Florida State
87 Micah Rucker 6-6 221 R Eastern Illinois - PS
14 Limas Sweed 6-5 219 R Texas
18 Matt Trannon 6-6 235 1 Michigan State - PS
19 Gerran Walker 5-10 185 1 Lehigh
86 Hines Ward 6-0 205 11 Georgia
85 Nate Washington 6-1 185 4 Tiffin

OFFENSIVE LINE
62 Justin Hartwig 6-4 312 7 Kansas
64 Doug Legursky 6-1 323 R Marshall
61 Sean Mahan 6-3 301 6 Notre Dame
72 Darnell Stapleton 6-3 285 2 Rutgers
68 Chris Kemoeatu 6-3 344 4 Utah
67 Matt Lentz 6-6 320 1 Michigan
73 Kendall Simmons 6-3 315 7 Auburn
69 Jason Capizzi 6-9 315 2 IUP - PS
74 Willie Colon 6-3 315 3 Hofstra
79 Trai Essex 6-4 324 4 Northwestern
66 Tony Hills 6-5 304 R Texas
65 Jeremy Parquet 6-6 321 4 Southern Mississippi
77 Marvel Smith 6-5 321 9 Arizona State
78 Max Starks 6-8 337 5 Florida

NOSE TACKLES
98 Casey Hampton 6-1 325 8 Texas
76 Chris Hoke 6-2 305 8 Brigham Young
74 Scott Paxson 6-4 292 1 Penn State

DEFENSIVE ENDS
67 Kyle Clement 6-4 290 R Northwood
93 Nick Eason 6-3 305 6 Clemson
99 Brett Keisel 6-5 285 7 Brigham Young
90 Travis Kirschke 6-3 298 12 UCLA
95 Ryan McBean 6-5 290 2 Oklahoma State
96 Martavius Prince 6-2 282 R Southern Mississippi - PS
64 Jordan Reffert 6-4 292 R Washington
91 Aaron Smith 6-5 298 10 Northern Colorado

INSIDE LINEBACKERS
51 James Farrior 6-2 243 12 Virginia
50 Larry Foote 6-1 239 7 Michigan
57 Keyaron Fox 6-3 235 5 Georgia Tech
55 Mike Humpal 6-3 240 R Iowa - PS
94 Lawrence Timmons 6-1 234 2 Florida State
48 Anthony Trucks 6-1 230 1 Oregon
47 Donovan Woods 6-2 230 R Oklahoma State

OUTSIDE LINEBACKERS
46 Patrick Bailey 6-4 235 R Duke
53 Bruce Davis 6-3 252 R UCLA
54 Andre Frazier 6-5 255 4 Cincinnati
97 Arnold Harrison 6-3 241 3 Georgia
92 James Harrison 6-0 242 5 Kent State
55 LaMarr Woodley 6-2 265 2 Michigan

CORNERBACKS
22 William Gay 5-10 190 2 Louisville
30 Roy Lewis 5-10 190 R Washington
37 Anthony Madison 5-9 180 3 Alabama
41 Grant Mason 6-0 192 2 Michigan
20 Bryant McFadden 6-0 190 4 Florida State
24 Ike Taylor 6-1 191 6 Louisiana-Lafayette
26 Deshea Townsend 5-10 190 11 Alabama
31 Travis Williams 5-9 190 R East Carolina

SAFETIES
23 Tyrone Carter 5-9 195 9 Minnesota
25 Ryan Clark 5-11 205 7 Louisiana State
45 Mike Lorello 5-11 208 1 West Virginia
29 Ryan Mundy 6-1 215 R West Virginia
43 Troy Polamalu 5-10 207 6 USC
27 Anthony Smith 5-11 192 3 Syracuse

PUNTERS
9 Daniel Sepulveda 6-3 230 2 Baylor

PLACEKICKERS
4 Julian Rauch 5-11 207 R Appalachian State
3 Jeff Reed 5-11 225 7 North Carolina

SNAPPERS
49 Jared Retkofsky 6-5 260 1 TCU
60 Greg Warren 6-3 252 4 North Carolina[/quote]

blacknblue80s
05-20-2008, 12:59 AM
Some of this is just plain wishful thinking.

QUARTERBACKS
16 Charlie Batch 6-2 216 11 Eastern Michigan
2 Dennis Dixon 6-3 195 R Oregon
8 Mike Potts 6-4 220 R William & Mary
7 Ben Roethlisberger 6-5 241 5 Miami (Ohio)
5 Jared Zabransky 6-2 219 1 Boise State

RUNNING BACKS
44 Najeh Davenport 6-1 247 7 Miami (Fla.)
38 Carey Davis 5-10 225 2 Illinois
42 Billy Latsko 5-10 233 1 Florida
34 Rashard Mendenhall 5-10 225 R Illinois
21 Mewelde Moore 5-11 209 5 Tulane
39 Willie Parker 5-10 209 5 North Carolina
33 Gary Russell 5-11 215 2 Minnesota
28 Justin Vincent 5-10 219 1 LSU

TIGHT ENDS
48 Cody Boyd 6-8 264 2 Washington State
88 Jonathan Dekker 6-5 250 2 Princeton
83 Heath Miller 6-5 256 4 Virginia
84 Dezmond Sherrod 6-2 250 R Mississippi State
89 Matt Spaeth 6-7 270 2 Minnesota

WIDE RECEIVERS
81 Dallas Baker 6-3 206 1 Florida
11 Jeremy Bloom 5-9 180 2 Colorado
10 Santonio Holmes 5-11 189 3 Ohio State
80 Kevin Marion 5-10 168 R Wake Forest
15 Willie Reid 5-10 186 3 Florida State
87 Micah Rucker 6-6 221 R Eastern Illinois
14 Limas Sweed 6-5 219 R Texas
18 Matt Trannon 6-6 235 1 Michigan State
19 Gerran Walker 5-10 185 1 Lehigh
86 Hines Ward 6-0 205 11 Georgia
85 Nate Washington 6-1 185 4 Tiffin

CENTERS
62 Justin Hartwig 6-4 312 7 Kansas
64 Doug Legursky 6-1 323 R Marshall
61 Sean Mahan 6-3 301 6 Notre Dame
72 Darnell Stapleton 6-3 285 2 Rutgers

GUARDS
68 Chris Kemoeatu 6-3 344 4 Utah
67 Matt Lentz 6-6 320 1 Michigan
73 Kendall Simmons 6-3 315 7 Auburn

TACKLES
69 Jason Capizzi 6-9 315 2 IUP
74 Willie Colon 6-3 315 3 Hofstra
79 Trai Essex 6-4 324 4 Northwestern
66 Tony Hills 6-5 304 R Texas
65 Jeremy Parquet 6-6 321 4 Southern Mississippi
77 Marvel Smith 6-5 321 9 Arizona State
78 Max Starks 6-8 337 5 Florida

NOSE TACKLES
98 Casey Hampton 6-1 325 8 Texas
76 Chris Hoke 6-2 305 8 Brigham Young
74 Scott Paxson 6-4 292 1 Penn State

DEFENSIVE ENDS
67 Kyle Clement 6-4 290 R Northwood
93 Nick Eason 6-3 305 6 Clemson
99 Brett Keisel 6-5 285 7 Brigham Young
90 Travis Kirschke 6-3 298 12 UCLA
95 Ryan McBean 6-5 290 2 Oklahoma State
96 Martavius Prince 6-2 282 R Southern Mississippi
64 Jordan Reffert 6-4 292 R Washington
91 Aaron Smith 6-5 298 10 Northern Colorado

INSIDE LINEBACKERS
51 James Farrior 6-2 243 12 Virginia
50 Larry Foote 6-1 239 7 Michigan
57 Keyaron Fox 6-3 235 5 Georgia Tech
55 Mike Humpal 6-3 240 R Iowa
94 Lawrence Timmons 6-1 234 2 Florida State
48 Anthony Trucks 6-1 230 1 Oregon
47 Donovan Woods 6-2 230 R Oklahoma State

OUTSIDE LINEBACKERS
46 Patrick Bailey 6-4 235 R Duke
53 Bruce Davis 6-3 252 R UCLA
54 Andre Frazier 6-5 255 4 Cincinnati
97 Arnold Harrison 6-3 241 3 Georgia
92 James Harrison 6-0 242 5 Kent State
55 LaMarr Woodley 6-2 265 2 Michigan

CORNERBACKS
22 William Gay 5-10 190 2 Louisville
30 Roy Lewis 5-10 190 R Washington
37 Anthony Madison 5-9 180 3 Alabama
41 Grant Mason 6-0 192 2 Michigan
20 Bryant McFadden 6-0 190 4 Florida State
24 Ike Taylor 6-1 191 6 Louisiana-Lafayette
26 Deshea Townsend 5-10 190 11 Alabama
31 Travis Williams 5-9 190 R East Carolina

SAFETIES
23 Tyrone Carter 5-9 195 9 Minnesota
25 Ryan Clark 5-11 205 7 Louisiana State
45 Mike Lorello 5-11 208 1 West Virginia
29 Ryan Mundy 6-1 215 R West Virginia
43 Troy Polamalu 5-10 207 6 USC
27 Anthony Smith 5-11 192 3 Syracuse

PUNTERS
9 Daniel Sepulveda 6-3 230 2 Baylor

PLACEKICKERS
4 Julian Rauch 5-11 207 R Appalachian State
3 Jeff Reed 5-11 225 7 North Carolina

SNAPPERS
49 Jared Retkofsky 6-5 260 1 TCU
60 Greg Warren 6-3 252 4 North Carolina

motter1975
05-20-2008, 10:42 AM
Okay, here's a first shot...definitely new at this, but my take, for what it's worth...the three defensive ends in green...I believe one of them makes the team, but have no idea which one. I think I've got it down to 53...

QUARTERBACKS
16 Charlie Batch 6-2 216 11 Eastern Michigan
2 Dennis Dixon 6-3 195 R Oregon8 Mike Potts 6-4 220 R William & Mary
7 Ben Roethlisberger 6-5 241 5 Miami (Ohio)
5 Jared Zabransky 6-2 219 1 Boise State

RUNNING BACKS
44 Najeh Davenport 6-1 247 7 Miami (Fla.)
38 Carey Davis 5-10 225 2 Illinois
42 Billy Latsko 5-10 233 1 Florida
34 Rashard Mendenhall 5-10 225 R Illinois
21 Mewelde Moore 5-11 209 5 Tulane39 Willie Parker 5-10 209 5 North Carolina
33 Gary Russell 5-11 215 2 Minnesota
28 Justin Vincent 5-10 219 1 LSU
39 Willie Parker
TIGHT ENDS
48 Cody Boyd 6-8 264 2 Washington State
88 Jonathan Dekker 6-5 250 2 Princeton83 Heath Miller 6-5 256 4 Virginia
84 Dezmond Sherrod 6-2 250 R Mississippi State
89 Matt Spaeth 6-7 270 2 Minnesota
WIDE RECEIVERS
81 Dallas Baker 6-3 206 1 Florida
11 Jeremy Bloom 5-9 180 2 Colorado
10 Santonio Holmes 5-11 189 3 Ohio State
80 Kevin Marion 5-10 168 R Wake Forest
15 Willie Reid 5-10 186 3 Florida State
87 Micah Rucker 6-6 221 R Eastern Illinois
14 Limas Sweed 6-5 219 R Texas
18 Matt Trannon 6-6 235 1 Michigan State
19 Gerran Walker 5-10 185 1 Lehigh
86 Hines Ward 6-0 205 11 Georgia
85 Nate Washington 6-1 185 4 Tiffin

CENTERS
62 Justin Hartwig 6-4 312 7 Kansas
64 Doug Legursky 6-1 323 R Marshall
61 Sean Mahan 6-3 301 6 Notre Dame
72 Darnell Stapleton 6-3 285 2 Rutgers

GUARDS
68 Chris Kemoeatu 6-3 344 4 Utah
67 Matt Lentz 6-6 320 1 Michigan
73 Kendall Simmons 6-3 315 7 Auburn

TACKLES
69 Jason Capizzi 6-9 315 2 IUP
74 Willie Colon 6-3 315 3 Hofstra
79 Trai Essex 6-4 324 4 Northwestern
66 Tony Hills 6-5 304 R Texas
65 Jeremy Parquet 6-6 321 4 Southern Mississippi
77 Marvel Smith 6-5 321 9 Arizona State
78 Max Starks 6-8 337 5 Florida

NOSE TACKLES
98 Casey Hampton 6-1 325 8 Texas
76 Chris Hoke 6-2 305 8 Brigham Young
74 Scott Paxson 6-4 292 1 Penn State

DEFENSIVE ENDS
67 Kyle Clement 6-4 290 R Northwood
93 Nick Eason 6-3 305 6 Clemson
99 Brett Keisel 6-5 285 7 Brigham Young
90 Travis Kirschke 6-3 298 12 UCLA
95 Ryan McBean 6-5 290 2 Oklahoma State
96 Martavius Prince 6-2 282 R Southern Mississippi
64 Jordan Reffert 6-4 292 R Washington
91 Aaron Smith 6-5 298 10 Northern Colorado

INSIDE LINEBACKERS
51 James Farrior 6-2 243 12 Virginia
50 Larry Foote 6-1 239 7 Michigan
57 Keyaron Fox 6-3 235 5 Georgia Tech
55 Mike Humpal 6-3 240 R Iowa
94 Lawrence Timmons 6-1 234 2 Florida State
48 Anthony Trucks 6-1 230 1 Oregon
47 Donovan Woods 6-2 230 R Oklahoma State

OUTSIDE LINEBACKERS
46 Patrick Bailey 6-4 235 R Duke
53 Bruce Davis 6-3 252 R UCLA
54 Andre Frazier 6-5 255 4 Cincinnati
97 Arnold Harrison 6-3 241 3 Georgia
92 James Harrison 6-0 242 5 Kent State
55 LaMarr Woodley 6-2 265 2 Michigan

CORNERBACKS
22 William Gay 5-10 190 2 Louisville
30 Roy Lewis 5-10 190 R Washington
37 Anthony Madison 5-9 180 3 Alabama
41 Grant Mason 6-0 192 2 Michigan
20 Bryant McFadden 6-0 190 4 Florida State
24 Ike Taylor 6-1 191 6 Louisiana-Lafayette
26 Deshea Townsend 5-10 190 11 Alabama
31 Travis Williams 5-9 190 R East Carolina

SAFETIES
23 Tyrone Carter 5-9 195 9 Minnesota
25 Ryan Clark 5-11 205 7 Louisiana State
45 Mike Lorello 5-11 208 1 West Virginia
29 Ryan Mundy 6-1 215 R West Virginia
43 Troy Polamalu 5-10 207 6 USC
27 Anthony Smith 5-11 192 3 Syracuse

PUNTERS
9 Daniel Sepulveda 6-3 230 2 Baylor

PLACEKICKERS
4 Julian Rauch 5-11 207 R Appalachian State
3 Jeff Reed 5-11 225 7 North Carolina

SNAPPERS
49 Jared Retkofsky 6-5 260 1 TCU
60 Greg Warren 6-3 252 4 North Carolina

AkronSteel
05-20-2008, 01:29 PM
Well here is my take on the final roster come the beginning of September:

QB:
Roethlisberger
Batch
Dixon

RB:
FWP
Mendenhall
Moore
Russell

FB:
Davis

WR:
Ward
Holmes
Washington
Sweed (don't see him beating out Nate at least to start with)
Baker

TE:
Miller
Spaeth
Dekker

T:
M Smith
Starks
Colon
Essex

G:
Kemoeatu
Simmons
Mahan
Hills (will shift inside for first year)

C:
Hartwig
Stapleton (don't see him getting cut after we hung on to him last yr)

DE:
A Smith
Keisel
McFarland (I see him eventually signing)
McBean (IR due to foot)
Kirschke

DT:
Big Snack
Hoke

OLB:
J Harrison
Woodley
Frazier
A Harrison

ILB:
Farrior
Timmons
Foote
Fox
Humpal

CB:
Taylor
BMac
Townsend
Gay
Madison (wish we could bring in another vet here)

FS:
Clark
Mundy

SS:
Polamalu
An Smith (I think he is more suited for this position)

K:
Reed

P:
Sepulveda

LS:
Warren

I kept 9 LB's due to special teams, I remember Cowher doing this back in the mid 90's (I think 96), it ended up helping cuz Lloyd blew out his knee in week 1. I would like to see Legursky make a push but I think he will end up on the practice squad. The WR group is really up in the air Rucker, Baker, Reid and Trannon will all be right there at the end. It will really come down to who steps up in camp and shows something. I would love to see another vet corner brought in here to solidify the secondary. Not that it is a concern but I always want more corners. Well thats my take, lets see how it shakes out!

AkronSteel

RuthlessBurgher
05-20-2008, 01:42 PM
Well here is my take on the final roster come the beginning of September:

QB:
Roethlisberger
Batch
Dixon

RB:
FWP
Mendenhall
Moore
Russell

FB:
Davis

WR:
Ward
Holmes
Washington
Sweed (don't see him beating out Nate at least to start with)
Baker

TE:
Miller
Spaeth
Dekker

T:
M Smith
Starks
Colon
Essex

G:
Kemoeatu
Simmons
Mahan
Hills (will shift inside for first year)

C:
Hartwig
Stapleton (don't see him getting cut after we hung on to him last yr)

DE:
A Smith
Keisel
McFarland (I see him eventually signing)
McBean (IR due to foot)
Kirschke

DT:
Big Snack
Hoke

OLB:
J Harrison
Woodley
Frazier
A Harrison

ILB:
Farrior
Timmons
Foote
Fox
Humpal

CB:
Taylor
BMac
Townsend
Gay
Madison (wish we could bring in another vet here)

FS:
Clark
Mundy

SS:
Polamalu
An Smith (I think he is more suited for this position)

K:
Reed

P:
Sepulveda

LS:
Warren

I kept 9 LB's due to special teams, I remember Cowher doing this back in the mid 90's (I think 96), it ended up helping cuz Lloyd blew out his knee in week 1. I would like to see Legursky make a push but I think he will end up on the practice squad. The WR group is really up in the air Rucker, Baker, Reid and Trannon will all be right there at the end. It will really come down to who steps up in camp and shows something. I would love to see another vet corner brought in here to solidify the secondary. Not that it is a concern but I always want more corners. Well thats my take, lets see how it shakes out!

AkronSteel

You forgot Bruce Davis, man.

Les 74
05-20-2008, 02:08 PM
Okay, here's a first shot...definitely new at this, but my take, for what it's worth...the three defensive ends in green...I believe one of them makes the team, but have no idea which one. I think I've got it down to 53...

QUARTERBACKS
16 Charlie Batch 6-2 216 11 Eastern Michigan
2 Dennis Dixon 6-3 195 R Oregon8 Mike Potts 6-4 220 R William & Mary
7 Ben Roethlisberger 6-5 241 5 Miami (Ohio)
5 Jared Zabransky 6-2 219 1 Boise State

RUNNING BACKS
44 Najeh Davenport 6-1 247 7 Miami (Fla.)
38 Carey Davis 5-10 225 2 Illinois
42 Billy Latsko 5-10 233 1 Florida
34 Rashard Mendenhall 5-10 225 R Illinois
21 Mewelde Moore 5-11 209 5 Tulane39 Willie Parker 5-10 209 5 North Carolina
33 Gary Russell 5-11 215 2 Minnesota
28 Justin Vincent 5-10 219 1 LSU
39 Willie Parker
TIGHT ENDS
48 Cody Boyd 6-8 264 2 Washington State
88 Jonathan Dekker 6-5 250 2 Princeton83 Heath Miller 6-5 256 4 Virginia
84 Dezmond Sherrod 6-2 250 R Mississippi State
89 Matt Spaeth 6-7 270 2 Minnesota
WIDE RECEIVERS
81 Dallas Baker 6-3 206 1 Florida
11 Jeremy Bloom 5-9 180 2 Colorado
10 Santonio Holmes 5-11 189 3 Ohio State
80 Kevin Marion 5-10 168 R Wake Forest
15 Willie Reid 5-10 186 3 Florida State
87 Micah Rucker 6-6 221 R Eastern Illinois
14 Limas Sweed 6-5 219 R Texas
18 Matt Trannon 6-6 235 1 Michigan State
19 Gerran Walker 5-10 185 1 Lehigh
86 Hines Ward 6-0 205 11 Georgia
85 Nate Washington 6-1 185 4 Tiffin

CENTERS
62 Justin Hartwig 6-4 312 7 Kansas
64 Doug Legursky 6-1 323 R Marshall
61 Sean Mahan 6-3 301 6 Notre Dame
72 Darnell Stapleton 6-3 285 2 Rutgers

GUARDS
68 Chris Kemoeatu 6-3 344 4 Utah
67 Matt Lentz 6-6 320 1 Michigan
73 Kendall Simmons 6-3 315 7 Auburn

TACKLES
69 Jason Capizzi 6-9 315 2 IUP
74 Willie Colon 6-3 315 3 Hofstra
79 Trai Essex 6-4 324 4 Northwestern
66 Tony Hills 6-5 304 R Texas
65 Jeremy Parquet 6-6 321 4 Southern Mississippi
77 Marvel Smith 6-5 321 9 Arizona State
78 Max Starks 6-8 337 5 Florida

NOSE TACKLES
98 Casey Hampton 6-1 325 8 Texas
76 Chris Hoke 6-2 305 8 Brigham Young
74 Scott Paxson 6-4 292 1 Penn State

DEFENSIVE ENDS
67 Kyle Clement 6-4 290 R Northwood
93 Nick Eason 6-3 305 6 Clemson
99 Brett Keisel 6-5 285 7 Brigham Young
90 Travis Kirschke 6-3 298 12 UCLA
95 Ryan McBean 6-5 290 2 Oklahoma State
96 Martavius Prince 6-2 282 R Southern Mississippi
64 Jordan Reffert 6-4 292 R Washington
91 Aaron Smith 6-5 298 10 Northern Colorado

INSIDE LINEBACKERS
51 James Farrior 6-2 243 12 Virginia
50 Larry Foote 6-1 239 7 Michigan
57 Keyaron Fox 6-3 235 5 Georgia Tech
55 Mike Humpal 6-3 240 R Iowa
94 Lawrence Timmons 6-1 234 2 Florida State
48 Anthony Trucks 6-1 230 1 Oregon
47 Donovan Woods 6-2 230 R Oklahoma State

OUTSIDE LINEBACKERS
46 Patrick Bailey 6-4 235 R Duke
53 Bruce Davis 6-3 252 R UCLA
54 Andre Frazier 6-5 255 4 Cincinnati
97 Arnold Harrison 6-3 241 3 Georgia
92 James Harrison 6-0 242 5 Kent State
55 LaMarr Woodley 6-2 265 2 Michigan

CORNERBACKS
22 William Gay 5-10 190 2 Louisville
30 Roy Lewis 5-10 190 R Washington
37 Anthony Madison 5-9 180 3 Alabama
41 Grant Mason 6-0 192 2 Michigan
20 Bryant McFadden 6-0 190 4 Florida State
24 Ike Taylor 6-1 191 6 Louisiana-Lafayette
26 Deshea Townsend 5-10 190 11 Alabama
31 Travis Williams 5-9 190 R East Carolina

SAFETIES
23 Tyrone Carter 5-9 195 9 Minnesota
25 Ryan Clark 5-11 205 7 Louisiana State
45 Mike Lorello 5-11 208 1 West Virginia
29 Ryan Mundy 6-1 215 R West Virginia
43 Troy Polamalu 5-10 207 6 USC
27 Anthony Smith 5-11 192 3 Syracuse

PUNTERS
9 Daniel Sepulveda 6-3 230 2 Baylor

PLACEKICKERS
4 Julian Rauch 5-11 207 R Appalachian State
3 Jeff Reed 5-11 225 7 North Carolina

SNAPPERS
49 Jared Retkofsky 6-5 260 1 TCU
60 Greg Warren 6-3 252 4 North Carolina

So,you have 4 QB's and 11 WR's making the final cut???Better check your numbers again,bro. :lol:

AkronSteel
05-20-2008, 02:47 PM
wow.....how the heck did I forget Bruce Davis.......you can take A. Harrison off that list!!! Sorry was trying to do it off the top of my head.

Speaking of Davis.....I think he could contribute much the same way Porter did early on....being rotated in on 3rd down to get after the QB. I like this kid and think he will eventually sooner rather than later take James' Job.

Alright sorry screwed up already.....don't hold it against me guys.

AkronSteel
home of LBJ

Les 74
05-20-2008, 02:51 PM
wow.....how the heck did I forget Bruce Davis.......you can take A. Harrison off that list!!! Sorry was trying to do it off the top of my head.

Speaking of Davis.....I think he could contribute much the same way Porter did early on....being rotated in on 3rd down to get after the QB. I like this kid and think he will eventually sooner rather than later take James' Job.

Alright sorry screwed up already.....don't hold it against me guys.

AkronSteel
home of LBJ

Hey,if we can overlook SMG's blatant homosexuality,we can forgive you for this. :wink: :lol:

SteelerOfDeVille
05-21-2008, 12:12 AM
sounds like a good contest...

winner wins something or other.

I suggest the winner gets a dinner courtesy of SoD at the Derby House.... :o

Heck, I haven't been there, myself...
:shock:

SteelerOfDeVille
05-21-2008, 12:51 AM
DEPTH CHART...
QUARTERBACKS (3 active)
Ben Roethlisberger, Charlie Batch, Dennis Dixon
Jared Zabransky (possible PS player)

RUNNING BACKS (5 active)
RB - Willie Parker, Rashard Mendenhall, Mewelde Moore, Gary Russell
FB - Carey Davis

TIGHT ENDS (3 active)
Heath Miller, Matt Spaeth, Cody Boyd

WIDE RECEIVERS 5 active
Hines Ward, Santonio Holmes, Limas Sweed, Nate Washington, Dallas Baker.
Micah Rucker to Practice Squad


CENTERS (2 active, 1 practice squad)
Justin Hartwig, Darnell Stapleton
Doug Legursky(PS)

GUARDS (3 ative)
Chris Kemoeatu, Kendall Simmons, Sean Mahan

TACKLES (5 active)
Marvel Smith, Max Starks, Willie Colon, Tony Hills, Trai Essex

NOSE TACKLES (2 active, 1 practice squad)
Casey Hampton, Chris Hoke
Scott Paxson (ps)

DEFENSIVE ENDS (4 active, 1 practice squad)
Aaron Smith , Brett Keisel, Travis Kirschke, Ryan McBean
Martavius Prince (ps)

INSIDE LINEBACKERS (5 active)
James Farrior, Lawrence Timmons, Larry Foote, Keyaron Fox, Mike Humpal

OUTSIDE LINEBACKERS (4 active)
James Harrison, LaMarr Woodley, Bruce Davis, Andre Frazier


CORNERBACKS (5 active, 1 practice squad)
Ike Taylor, Bryant McFadden, Deshea Townsend, William Gay
Roy Lewis (ps)

SAFETIES (4 active, 2 ps)
Troy Polamalu, Ryan Clark, Anthony Smith, Tyrone Carter,
Ryan Mundy (ps), Mike Lorello (ps)

PUNTERS
Daniel Sepulveda

PLACEKICKERS
Jeff Reed

SNAPPERS
Greg Warren

The final roster spot will come down to the return game... While mewelde moore makes the team, the question is can Bloom, Marion or Reid do a better job than Moore and is it signifiant enough to keep one of them, and therfore be forced to cut someone else (like Gary Russell).