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    Jason Woirlds the steal of the draft.

    According to Matt Millen, but take it for what it is worth. They asked him and some other guy ( can't recall who it was ) who was the steal of the draft and Matt said Jason Woirlds. He says he is one of the most gifted lb coming off the edge and says he went to the right team with Dick L.
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    Re: Jason Woirlds the steal of the draft.

    I'm surprised Millen didn't choose a WR as his Steal of the Draft. That guy likes to pick wideouts, I am told.


    If Roquan Smith falls to late teens, trade 1.28 & 2.60 to SEA for 1.18 & 4.120:

    1.18 LB Roquan Smith
    3.92 FS Jessie Bates
    4.120 RB Royce Freeman
    5.148 DT Ken Norton
    5.165 TE Chris Herndon
    7.220 WR Marquez Valdes-Scantling
    7.246 OT Brett Toth

    If not:

    1.28 LB Leighton Vander Esch
    2.60 C/G Billy Price
    3.92 FS Jessie Bates
    5.148 DT Ken Norton
    5.165 TE Chris Herndon
    7.220 RB Ito Smith
    7.246 WR Marquez Valdes-Scantling

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    Re: Jason Woirlds the steal of the draft.

    being the astute evaluator of talent that Matt Millen is, then it must be true....

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    Re: Jason Woirlds the steal of the draft.

    Quote Originally Posted by Steelhere10
    According to Matt Millen, but take it for what it is worth. They asked him and some other guy ( can't recall who it was ) who was the steal of the draft and Matt said Jason Woirlds. He says he is one of the most gifted lb coming off the edge and says he went to the right team with bad word L.
    One of the guys on the NFL Network last night also said he was the steal of the draft.

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    Re: Jason Woirlds the steal of the draft.

    Quote Originally Posted by SteelBucks
    Quote Originally Posted by Steelhere10
    According to Matt Millen, but take it for what it is worth. They asked him and some other guy ( can't recall who it was ) who was the steal of the draft and Matt said Jason Woirlds. He says he is one of the most gifted lb coming off the edge and says he went to the right team with bad word L.
    One of the guys on the NFL Network last night also said he was the steal of the draft.
    Well, at least its encouraging.
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    Re: Jason Woirlds the steal of the draft.

    Quote Originally Posted by Discipline of Steel
    Quote Originally Posted by SteelBucks
    Quote Originally Posted by Steelhere10
    According to Matt Millen, but take it for what it is worth. They asked him and some other guy ( can't recall who it was ) who was the steal of the draft and Matt said Jason Woirlds. He says he is one of the most gifted lb coming off the edge and says he went to the right team with bad word L.
    One of the guys on the NFL Network last night also said he was the steal of the draft.
    Well, at least its encouraging.

    Lombardi but he said that he was the best day 2 pick and totally a Steelers type selection.

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    Re: Jason Woirlds the steal of the draft.

    I take Millen's assessment of talent as law. His record has proven him to be an elite evaluator of talent.
    Round 1-Rashaan Evans-ILB Alabama
    Round 2- Jessie Bates-FS Wake Forest
    Round 3- Kyzir White-SS West Virginia
    Round 5-Shaquem Griffin-OLB Central Florida
    Round 5b- Bo Scarborough-RB Alabama
    Round 7- Richie James-WR/slot/utility-MTSU
    Round 7b- Brett Toth-OT-Army

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    Re: Jason Woirlds the steal of the draft.

    Quote Originally Posted by Shawn
    I take Millen's assessment of talent as law. His record has proven him to be an elite evaluator of talent.


    especially when it comes to the WR position.

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