Go Back   New Orleans Saints - blackandgold.com > Main > Saints
Shop Horizontal

NFL cut list

this is a discussion within the Saints Community Forum; Broncos | Hunt to be released Tue, 29 Aug 2006 11:24:59 -0700 Jeff Legwold, of the Rocky Mountain News, reports Denver Broncos OL Robert Hunt will be released Tuesday, Aug. 29. Position: Center College: North Dakota State Height: 6-4 Weight: ...

Closed Thread
 
LinkBack Thread Tools Display Modes
Old 08-29-2006, 05:21 PM   #81
LB Mentallity
 
Join Date: Dec 2005
Posts: 10,215
Blog Entries: 39
Broncos | Hunt to be released
Tue, 29 Aug 2006 11:24:59 -0700

Jeff Legwold, of the Rocky Mountain News, reports Denver Broncos OL Robert Hunt will be released Tuesday, Aug. 29.

Position: Center
College: North Dakota State
Height: 6-4
Weight: 301
Hometown: Cavalier, N.D.

Analysis | Injury Report | Agility | High School | Personal


OVERVIEW
Hunt is a fun-loving and outgoing personality who holds a very special place in the hearts of the North Dakota State coaching staff. He came to the program as a defensive lineman, but not only made a successful switch to center in 2001, he thrived at his new position. He worked hard and long to master his craft and the results have been numerous postseason honors. He started 42 consecutive games for the Bison and did not allow a quarterback sack in his last two seasons, a remarkable feat considering that he played with a cast on his snapping hand for most of the 2003 campaign.
Hunt sat out the 2000 season at North Dakota State to adjust to playing center. He started every game the rest of his career. Hunt helped the Herd average 335 yards per game as a redshirt freshman. The offense improved slightly, averaging 338 yards during his sophomore year in 2002.

Despite playing with a cast on his snapping hand in 2003, he allowed no quarterback sacks and only one pressure while grading 93.5 percent for blocking consistency while making 32 knockdown blocks. He earned All-American, All-Great West Conference and Great West Offensive Lineman of the Year honors in 2004. In his final season, he again graded 93.5 percent for blocking consistency, but without the cast on his hand, he developed into a dominant drive blocker. He increased his knockdown block total to 72 and once again did not allow a sack or pressure for the entire campaign.


ANALYSIS
Positives: Has a solid overall muscular frame with room for additional growth … Has a very strong lower body, with excellent leg drive … Avid worker in the weight room, boasting some of the top lifting figures on the team … Shows a competitive and aggressive streak on the field and is the type who battles until the whistle … His dedication is unsurpassed. After suffering a thumb injury last year, the right-handed snapper taught himself to snap with his left hand and did not miss a beat … Can pull, run and seal off on the second level … Has good field vision and is alert to stunts and blitzes … Makes all the line calls and gets good explosion coming off the snap … Works well in combination with his guards on traps … Has a quick first step that allows him to gain advantage … Creates movement based on technique than sheer power, but strikes with good hand placement. In 2004, showed better ability to follow through behind his punch … Moves his feet and swings his hips to position and has the agility to move laterally … Fires to the second level and fits up quickly, moving his feet constantly in attempts to cut … Can wheel and change direction working in the second level and has enough speed to not only search out linebackers, but also seek out the safeties … While he might not always deliver power behind his punch, he shows good hand placement to control … Can slide his feet effortlessly to defeat counter moves in pass protection.

Negatives: Lacks natural knee bend and his stiffness causes him to get too high in his stance … When this happens, he loses his anchor and will get rocked back or thrown some … Can screen off, but is more of a push-shove type of drive blocker; he fails to sink his hips and drive the defender off the play … Will lose leverage and get pushed around by the bigger nose guards … Uses his hands more to control than punch, but needs to find a way to allow his weight-room strength to translate to the football field.
http://www.nfl.com/draft/profiles/2005/hunt_robert

There is a "Report Post" button underneath everyone's avatar.
"We may have lost the game, but you'll be hurting tomorrow." Doug Atkins Sometimes it's better to keep your mouth shut and be thought an idiot, than to open it and remove all doubt!!!!!
hagan714 is offline  
Latest Blogs
The ArtiChoke Last Blog: 09-18-2014 By: Barry from MS


How to really handle Ray Rice and AP Last Blog: 09-17-2014 By: neugey


The Lost Art of the Trade Last Blog: 08-30-2014 By: jeanpierre


Old 08-29-2006, 05:25 PM   #82
LB Mentallity
 
Join Date: Dec 2005
Posts: 10,215
Blog Entries: 39
Broncos | Collins to be released
Tue, 29 Aug 2006 11:22:22 -0700

Jeff Legwold, of the Rocky Mountain News, reports Denver Broncos OT Javiar Collins will be released Tuesday, Aug. 29

70 Javiar Collins, Tackle
Height: 6' 6"
Weight: 297 lbs.
College: Northwestern
Born: in St. Paul
Acquired: Free Agent, 2006
Pro Year: 5th
Year with Broncos: 1st
NFL Games Played/Started: 11/4
Postseason: 0/0

Order your own Javiar Collins jersey!
COLLINS AT A GLANCE:


A fifth-year tackle who joined the Broncos as a future-contract signee on Jan. 3, 2006, after spending the 2005 season out of the NFL.
Totaled 11 games (4 starts) in three seasons with Dallas (2002-03) and Cleveland (2004), seeing all of his game action with the Cowboys and all four starts with the club in 2002.
Gained experience playing with Frankfurt of NFL Europe in the spring of 2002.
Switched to offensive line from defensive tackle due to injuries among the Cowboys’ offensive linemen in 2001 but did not see any game action during the season.
Started at defensive tackle during his senior season at Northwestern University and led its defensive linemen with 49 tackles, a career-high 11 tackles for losses and three sacks.
Entered the NFL with Dallas as a college free agent on April 27, 2001.
CAREER TRANSACTIONS: Signed by Dallas as a college free agent 4/27/01; Traded to Carolina for a conditional draft pick 8/25/04; Waived by Carolina 9/4/04; Signed by Cleveland as a free agent 10/20/04; Waived by Cleveland 11/2/04; Signed by Cleveland 11/9/04; Released by Cleveland 8/29/05; Signed by Denver to a future contract 1/3/06.

2005: Collins competed in training camp with Cleveland before being released on Aug. 29. He spent the remainder of the season out of football. The Broncos signed him to a future contract on Jan. 3, 2006.

2004: Collins did not see any game action as he bounced from Dallas to Carolina to Cleveland during the season. He was in training camp with Dallas until he was traded to Carolina for a conditional draft pick on Aug. 25. He was waived by Carolina among their final roster cuts on Sept. 4. Cleveland signed Collins on Oct. 20 as a free agent. He was declared inactive vs. Phi. (10/24). He was waived by the Browns on Nov. 4 and re-signed by the club on Nov. 9. He was declared inactive for the Browns’ remaining eight games.

2003: Collins appeared in two games (0 starts) for Dallas, primarily on special teams. He was declared inactive for the remaining 14 contests. He participated on special teams at NYG (9/15) and vs. Was. (11/2).

2002: Collins played nine games (4 starts) for the Cowboys, seeing most of his time at right tackle. In the season’s second game vs. Ten. (9/15), Collins made his NFL debut. He stayed in the rotation the following week at Phi. (9/22) and saw considerable playing time due to Larry Allen’s injury in the first quarter. Allen returned to the starting lineup vs. NYG (10/6) but could not finish the first quarter and was replaced by Collins, who limited Michael Strahan to four tackles and no sacks. He made his first NFL start (at right tackle) vs. Car. (10/13) when he replaced Allen, who moved to left guard. Collins was the right tackle vs. Sea. (10/27) when Emmitt Smith became the NFL’s all-time leading rusher. During the game against the Seahawks, Collins suffered a sprained medial collateral ligament in his right knee that forced him to miss six games. Collins returned to the starting lineup for the regular-season finale at Was. (12/29).

2001: Collins was one of only four rookies to make Dallas’ roster but was inactive for all 16 games. In training camp, he worked at defensive tackle before moving to offensive tackle in the first week of the season. He worked on both sides of the ball until focusing on offensive line during the second half of the year. Collins gained experience in the spring of 2002 by playing for the Frankfurt Galaxy of NFL Europe.
http://www.denverbroncos.com/page.ph...contentID=5552

There is a "Report Post" button underneath everyone's avatar.
"We may have lost the game, but you'll be hurting tomorrow." Doug Atkins Sometimes it's better to keep your mouth shut and be thought an idiot, than to open it and remove all doubt!!!!!
hagan714 is offline  
Old 08-29-2006, 05:52 PM   #83
Site Donor
 
Join Date: Jan 2004
Location: Southlake, TX
Posts: 1,673
http://sports.yahoo.com/nfl/news?slu...v=ap&type=lgns

One by one the players entered Denver coach Mike Shanahan's office for a private conversation.

He talked to each player for about five minutes and then cut them -- including former first-round draft pick Willie Middlebrooks.


Height: 6-1 Weight: 200
Born: Feb 12, 1979 - Miami, FL
College: Minnesota
Draft: 2001 - 1st round (24th pick) by the Denver Broncos
biloxi-indian is offline  
Old 08-29-2006, 08:07 PM   #84
1000 Posts +
 
Join Date: Jan 2005
Location: baton rouge
Posts: 2,540
For the next round of final cuts start a new thread please.

more on Poteat, with the weakness there he might be a real consideration-

Cornerback Hank Poteat was with the team during the last two seasons after being signed in January of 2005. He came in to help the Patriots secondary, which suffered a rash of injuries before the team won Super Bowl XXXIX. He collected two solo tackles and batted down a Ben Roethlisberger pass intended for Hines Ward in the AFC championship that year.

“Hankâ⠬™s a great kid. He’s a good player to coach,â€? said Belichick this morning. “He works hard. He made some big plays for us, played in some big games. You know, I have no issues at all with Hank. He worked hard in the offseason program. We just felt like there were some players ahead of him today, and that’s why we did that. I have total respect for Hank, his work ethic, his toughness, his competitiveness. It was a tough one this morning.â€?

http://www.patriots.com/news/index.c...=20811&pcid=41
LKelley67 is offline  
Old 08-29-2006, 08:30 PM   #85
LB Mentallity
 
Join Date: Dec 2005
Posts: 10,215
Blog Entries: 39
if halo lets me keep this up sure. I think there are a few temptation out on this thread for later especially at T MLB and CB for PS. very few for the active roster.
hagan714 is offline  
Old 08-30-2006, 06:03 AM   #86
LB Mentallity
 
Join Date: Dec 2005
Posts: 10,215
Blog Entries: 39
Raiders | D. Davis released
Tue, 29 Aug 2006 17:29:35 -0700

Raiders.com reports the Oakland Raiders have released CB Dennis Davis.

Dennis Davis Grade: 3.28
Position: CB
Class: Sr
School: Georgia Tech
Conference: Atlantic Coast
Ht., Wt.: 5-11, 186
40 Time: 4.45

BIO: Full-time starter as a senior, producing career-best numbers of 31/3/5. Started the first three games of the .04 campaign before being sidelined with injury.

POSITIVES: Improving cornerback coming off a solid senior campaign. Fluid backpedaling off the line, smooth transitioning to run with opponents and possesses solid instincts. Effective in zone facing the quarterback yet also does a good job making plays in man coverage. Has a burst to the play and a decisive move defending passes.

NEGATIVES: Does not consistently play to his size and struggles against larger opponents. Does not play to his listed speed.

ANALYSIS: A sprinter on Georgia Tech.s track team, Davis displayed skills last season. Comes with injury concerns but potentially a solid dime back.

PROJECTION: Mid Seventh Round
http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/foo...ayers/323.html

There is a "Report Post" button underneath everyone's avatar.
"We may have lost the game, but you'll be hurting tomorrow." Doug Atkins Sometimes it's better to keep your mouth shut and be thought an idiot, than to open it and remove all doubt!!!!!
hagan714 is offline  
Closed Thread

Thread Tools
Display Modes

Posting Rules

LinkBacks (?)
LinkBack to this Thread: http://blackandgold.com/saints/13092-nfl-cut-list.html
Posted By For Type Date Hits
Mims - Pipl Directory This thread Refback 02-14-2012 04:47 AM 1
Nick Hagemann - Pipl Profiles This thread Refback 09-12-2011 10:44 PM 1


All times are GMT -5. The time now is 03:55 PM.


Copyright 1997 - 2013 - BlackandGold.com
no new posts