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    Daron Thomas Oregon QB

    has been invited to mini camp.
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    1) Kyle Fuller-CB-Va Tech
    2) Jordan Mathews-WR-Vandy
    2) Brandon Thomas-OL-Clemson
    3c) Kelsey Quarles-DE-South Carolina
    4) Lache Seastrunk-RB-Baylor
    5))Prince Shembo-OLB-Notre Dame
    5c) Khyri Thornton-DT-Southern Miss
    6) Aron Colvin-DB-Oklahoma
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    Darron Thomas should have never foregone his senior season at Oregon to enter the NFL Draft.

    having said that, I hope he turns out to be better than Dennis Dixon.

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    He was invited to camp with Pittsburgh West as well. Both invites were on a tryout basis.

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    So instead of keeping Dixon, they invite a kid just like but even more raw than Dixon?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Steel Life View Post
    So instead of keeping Dixon, they invite a kid just like but even more raw than Dixon?
    You are so right. I'll never know why they didn't try and develop Dixon. I know Steeler Nation is spoiled because of how Ben started out but that doesn't happen for most QBs. Check out how Elway, Favre, Brees, Bradshaw, Aikman, Earl Morral, etc. started out. Now I'm not saying Dixon could be as good as those guys but I do think we gave up on him way too early. He's athletic, quick and had a decent arm. He just needed to work on decision making like most QBS who enter the NFL. Arians should have gotten him in for some plays that takes advantage of his abilities.

    I'd really like the Steelers to resign him and see what our new OC can do with him.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ikestops85 View Post
    You are so right. I'll never know why they didn't try and develop Dixon. I know Steeler Nation is spoiled because of how Ben started out but that doesn't happen for most QBs. Check out how Elway, Favre, Brees, Bradshaw, Aikman, Earl Morral, etc. started out. Now I'm not saying Dixon could be as good as those guys but I do think we gave up on him way too early. He's athletic, quick and had a decent arm. He just needed to work on decision making like most QBS who enter the NFL. Arians should have gotten him in for some plays that takes advantage of his abilities.

    I'd really like the Steelers to resign him and see what our new OC can do with him.
    This franchise does so many things well. However, developing project QBs has never been one of them.
    1 Mike Evans WR Texas A&M
    2 Stephen Tuitt DE Notre Dame
    3c Keith McGill CB Utah
    4 Ross Cockrell CB Duke
    5 Jordan Zumwalt ILB UCLA
    5c Anton Exum S Va Tech
    6 Trey Millard FB/TE Oklahoma
    7 Cody Latimer WR Indiana
    7c DeAnthony Thomas RB Oregon

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