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SteelCrazy
06-16-2010, 03:58 PM
When Pouncey and Worilds sign we have to cut the roster to 80. Who do we cut? You must cut 2 players. The list:

26 Allen, Will S 6-1 200 27 7 Ohio State
55 Bailey, Patrick LB 6-4 235 24 3 Duke
16 Batch, Charlie QB 6-2 216 35 13 Eastern Michigan
81 Battle, Arnaz WR 6-1 208 30 8 Notre Dame
87 Bright, Eugene TE 6-4 268 25 1 Purdue
77 Brooks, Dorian OG 6-2 306 23 R James Madison
84 Brown, Antonio WR 5-10 186 21 R Central Michigan
27 Burnett, Joe CB 5-10 192 23 2 Central Florida
40 Butler, Crezdon CB 6-1 191 23 R Clemson
25 Clark, Ryan FS 5-11 205 30 9 Louisiana State
74 Colon, Willie T 6-3 315 27 5 Hofstra
10 Dixon, Dennis QB 6-3 209 25 3 Oregon
41 Dwyer, Jonathan RB 5-11 229 20 R Georgia Tech
93 Eason, Nick DE 6-3 305 30 8 Clemson
79 Essex, Trai G 6-5 324 27 6 Northwestern
51 Farrior, James ILB 6-2 243 35 14 Virginia
50 Foote, Larry LB 6-1 239 30 9 Michigan
73 Foster, Ramon T 6-6 325 24 2 Tennessee
57 Fox, Keyaron ILB 6-3 235 28 7 Georgia Tech
54 Frazier, Andre LB 6-5 245 27 6 Cincinnati
22 Gay, William CB 5-10 190 25 4 Louisville
90 Gibson, Thaddeus OLB 6-2 243 22 R Ohio State
19 Grisham, Tyler WR 5-11 180 23 1 Clemson
98 Hampton, Casey NT 6-1 325 32 10 Texas
92 Harrison, James OLB 6-0 242 32 7 Kent State
77 Harris, Ra'Shon DE 6-5 300 23 2 Oregon
37 Harris, Tuff DB 6-0 198 27 4 Montana
62 Hartwig, Justin C 6-5 312 31 9 Kansas
66 Hills, Tony T 6-5 304 25 3 Texas
76 Hoke, Chris NT 6-2 305 34 9 Brigham Young
96 Hood, Ziggy DE 6-3 300 23 2 Missouri
85 Johnson, David TE 6-2 260 22 2 Arkansas State
67 Jolly, Kyle OT 6-6 300 22 R North Carolina
99 Keisel, Brett DE 6-5 285 31 9 Brigham Young
68 Kemoeatu, Chris G 6-3 344 27 6 Utah
4 Leftwich, Byron QB 6-5 250 30 8 Marshall
64 Legursky, Doug C 6-1 315 24 2 Marshall
23 Lewis, Keenan CB 6-0 208 24 2 Oregon State
11 Logan, Stefan RB 5-6 180 29 2 South Dakota
15 London, Brandon WR 6-4 215 25 2 Massachusetts
37 Madison, Anthony DB 5-9 180 28 5 Alabama
20 McFadden, Bryant CB 6-0 190 28 6 Florida State
49 McHugh, Sean TE 6-5 265 28 7 Penn State
69 McLendon, Steve DT 6-4 280 24 1 Troy
34 Mendenhall, Rashard RB 5-10 225 22 3 Illinois
83 Miller, Heath TE 6-5 256 27 6 Virginia
21 Moore, Mewelde RB 5-11 209 27 7 Tulane
29 Mundy, Ryan FS 6-1 209 25 2 West Virginia
71 Paxson, Scott NT 6-4 292 27 2 Penn State
30 Pitman, David CB 5-11 185 26 4 Northwestern State-LA
43 Polamalu, Troy SS 5-10 207 29 8 USC
53 Pouncey, Maurkice C/G 6-4 304 20 R Florida
82 Randle El, Antwaan WR 5-10 185 30 9 Indiana
33 Redman, Isaac RB 6-0 230 25 1 Bowie State
3 Reed, Jeff K 5-11 225 31 9 North Carolina
7 Roethlisberger, Ben QB 6-5 241 28 7 Miami (Ohio)
88 Sanders, Emmanuel WR 5-11 180 23 R SMU
71 Scott, Chris OT 6-4 319 22 R Tennessee
72 Scott, Jonathan T 6-6 318 27 4 Texas
9 Sepulveda, Dan P 6-3 230 26 4 Baylor
91 Smith, Aaron DE 6-5 298 34 12 Northern Colorado
89 Spaeth, Matt TE 6-7 270 26 4 Minnesota
78 Starks, Max T 6-8 345 28 7 Florida
61 Stewart, Matt LS 6-3 235 38 9 Vanderbilt
44 Summers, Frank RB 5-10 240 24 1 Nevada-Las Vegas
47 Sylvester, Stevenson ILB 6-2 231 21 R Utah
38 Taylor, Demetrius FB 6-0 273 23 R Virginia Tech
24 Taylor, Ike CB 6-2 195 30 8 Louisiana-Lafayette
46 Thornton, Justin S 6-1 213 22 R Kansas
94 Timmons, Lawrence LB 6-1 234 24 4 Florida State
65 Urbik, Kraig G 6-5 323 24 2 Wisconsin
28 Vincent, Justin RB 5-10 219 27 2 Louisiana State
17 Wallace, Mike WR 6-0 199 23 2 Mississippi
86 Ward, Hines WR 6-0 205 34 13 Georgia
60 Warren, Greg LS 6-3 252 28 6 North Carolina
14 Williams, Isaiah WR 6-3 200 23 1 Maryland
53 Williams, Johnny LB 6-2 246 24 1 Kentucky
48 Williams, Renauld LB 6-0 228 29 5 Hofstra
39 Witten, Lindsey OLB 6-4 250 22 R Connecticut
56 Woodley, LaMarr OLB 6-2 265 25 4 Michigan
97 Worilds, Jason OLB 6-2 262 22 R Virginia Tech
95 Worthington, Doug DT 6-5 292 22 R Ohio State

RuthlessBurgher
06-16-2010, 04:07 PM
I'd probably go with Dorian Brooks (we have a lot of depth on the interior o-line with Kemo, Hartwig, Essex, Pouncey, Urbik, Legursky, Foster, etc.) and Matt Stewart (we cut the back-up kicker and back-up punter already...do we need to bring a back-up longsnapper to Latrobe?). If they want to see what Stewart can do in camp (if he impresses, then he might prove to be more valuable than Warren, since he could also be a backup LB as well), then they may keep him around for the time being and cut one of the LB's named Williams (Johnny or Renauld).

flippy
06-16-2010, 04:11 PM
Roethlisberger and Logan

Everyone wanted rid of the former at one point and they seem ready to replace the latter now.

SteelCrazy
06-16-2010, 04:15 PM
I'd go Renauld Williams and Matt Stewart, but like Ruthless pointed out they may want to see if he can be more than just a longsnapper and then I'd go Kyle Jolly.

Oviedo
06-16-2010, 04:17 PM
Pick any of the following:

46 Thornton, Justin S 6-1 213 22 R Kansas
28 Vincent, Justin RB 5-10 219 27 2 Louisiana State
14 Williams, Isaiah WR 6-3 200 23 1 Maryland
53 Williams, Johnny LB 6-2 246 24 1 Kentucky
48 Williams, Renauld LB 6-0 228 29 5 Hofstra
67 Jolly, Kyle OT 6-6 300 22 R North Carolina
15 London, Brandon WR 6-4 215 25 2 Massachusetts
30 Pitman, David CB 5-11 185 26 4 Northwestern State-LA

None of them have a snowballs chance in you know where of making the team.

RuthlessBurgher
06-16-2010, 04:32 PM
Pick any of the following:

46 Thornton, Justin S 6-1 213 22 R Kansas
28 Vincent, Justin RB 5-10 219 27 2 Louisiana State
14 Williams, Isaiah WR 6-3 200 23 1 Maryland
53 Williams, Johnny LB 6-2 246 24 1 Kentucky
48 Williams, Renauld LB 6-0 228 29 5 Hofstra
67 Jolly, Kyle OT 6-6 300 22 R North Carolina
15 London, Brandon WR 6-4 215 25 2 Massachusetts
30 Pitman, David CB 5-11 185 26 4 Northwestern State-LA

None of them have a snowballs chance in you know where of making the team.

With Da'Mon Cromartie-Smith being cut, I think Thornton has a shot. We should keep 4 safeties on the final 53, and Polamalu, Clark, and Allen will be 3 of them. If Thornton outplays Mundy in the preseason, it is not out of the realm of possibility that he is the UDFA that make our final roster this year.

SteelCrazy
06-16-2010, 04:49 PM
Thornton can also play CB which may help him make the team....

Oviedo
06-16-2010, 04:58 PM
Pick any of the following:

46 Thornton, Justin S 6-1 213 22 R Kansas
28 Vincent, Justin RB 5-10 219 27 2 Louisiana State
14 Williams, Isaiah WR 6-3 200 23 1 Maryland
53 Williams, Johnny LB 6-2 246 24 1 Kentucky
48 Williams, Renauld LB 6-0 228 29 5 Hofstra
67 Jolly, Kyle OT 6-6 300 22 R North Carolina
15 London, Brandon WR 6-4 215 25 2 Massachusetts
30 Pitman, David CB 5-11 185 26 4 Northwestern State-LA

None of them have a snowballs chance in you know where of making the team.

With Da'Mon Cromartie-Smith being cut, I think Thornton has a shot. We should keep 4 safeties on the final 53, and Polamalu, Clark, and Allen will be 3 of them. If Thornton outplays Mundy in the preseason, it is not out of the realm of possibility that he is the UDFA that make our final roster this year.

We also could pick up a veteran off the waiver wire or one of the free agenst still out there. Just really disappointed that Mundy hasn't been able to grab the brass ring.

papillon
06-16-2010, 09:45 PM
Cut both long snappers and giver the job to James Harrison and let him add to his legend. :P

Pappy

SteelCrazy
06-17-2010, 12:19 AM
Cut both long snappers and giver the job to James Harrison and let him add to his legend. :P

Pappy


lol....... :Agree