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this is a discussion within the Saints Community Forum; Originally Posted by Tobias-Reiper ... I thought it was Notre Dame? Maybe I'm wrong It was both, he had a battery charge (I think) then it was drug possession. His choice was either sit our a year or cheat the ...

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Old 03-23-2008, 08:38 AM   #21
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Re: Cromartie?

Originally Posted by Tobias-Reiper View Post
... I thought it was Notre Dame? Maybe I'm wrong
It was both, he had a battery charge (I think) then it was drug possession. His choice was either sit our a year or cheat the system and go to a division II school. So he went to Marshall.
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If we go by your small school theory then I guess we shouldn't have drafted Colston.
Well, if DRC if is available in the 7th round also I think we should take him
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We all know that small school players can preform at the nfl level. Everyone is talking about small school players like DRC and Moss but heres another one for yall, Jerry Rice. We have made some big improvements in the d this offseason but i still think we need a true lookdown cb. At first i was like who is the kid (DRC), then i started to research him and i have to agree with most people including Dieon. If he is there at ten take him, that is if New Egland doesnt first.
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Old 03-24-2008, 06:55 PM   #24
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I haven't studied Rogers-Cromartie so I have no personal knowledge of his play but I read in the Sporting News magazine that "In college, Rogers-Cromartie often got beat by receivers who will never play in the NFL. But he started climbing draft boards with an excellent Senior Bowl week and then broke out at the combine."

Yikes.
I'm still on the Rivers bandwagon. Assuming that Rivers is still available at 10 I'm hoping that the Saints pick him. I think that he'll benefit this defense more than any of the CB's that will be there for the Saints.

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