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PostPosted: Thu Mar 29, 2018 4:15 pm 
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Lamar Jackson with a 13? I think if you sign your name you automatically get 13 points. J/K.

Josh Allen's score is outstanding. Keep in mind that Tannehill scored a 34. Dan the Man scored a 16.

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Josh Allen 37
Josh Rosen 29
Sam Darnold 28
Baker Mayfield 25
Lamar Jackson 13


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PostPosted: Thu Mar 29, 2018 4:29 pm 
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No wonder Lamar Jackson doesn't have an agent. I actually really like Lamar Jackson and I think he is going to be a good QB in the league ... with the right coach.

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Quarterback Lamar Jackson decided that he didn’t need an agent. Some teams may be wishing he’d made a different decision.

Via Albert Breer of SI.com, NFL Network’s Mike Mayock said during the coverage of the Louisville Pro Day workout that teams are having trouble setting up workouts and meetings with Jackson. If Jackson had an agent (more accurately, a good agent), inability to communicate, coordinate, etc. wouldn’t be an issue.

This didn’t stop the Texans from setting up a private workout with Jackson, a curious move by both team and player given the presence of Deshaun Watson and the absence of a first- or second-round pick. But if other teams are having a hard time getting in touch with Jackson, that necessarily means he’s missing opportunities to make his case to be picked. Given his willingness to work out for the Texans, it’s safe to say he’s not being all that picky.

As a result, his Pro Day throwing session could be the last thing plenty of interested teams see from him. Which, given a so-so showing at the Scouting Combine, potentially raises the stakes.


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PostPosted: Thu Mar 29, 2018 5:35 pm 
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I'll never understand the "no agent" thing.

Its just like going to court with no lawyer.

I understand the draft pick salary slotting structure, but the salary is the easiest part of these negotiations because they're already laid out. Its the other stuff within the legalese outside of the boiler plate that teams screw these guys over on.

I'm sure Richard Sherman got taken to the cleaners on something with his deal too. And without an agent representing someone else on the team, he won't know.


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Quarterback Lamar Jackson decided that he didn’t need an agent. Some teams may be wishing he’d made a different decision.

Via Albert Breer of SI.com, NFL Network’s Mike Mayock said during the coverage of the Louisville Pro Day workout that teams are having trouble setting up workouts and meetings with Jackson. If Jackson had an agent (more accurately, a good agent), inability to communicate, coordinate, etc. wouldn’t be an issue.

This didn’t stop the Texans from setting up a private workout with Jackson, a curious move by both team and player given the presence of Deshaun Watson and the absence of a first- or second-round pick. But if other teams are having a hard time getting in touch with Jackson, that necessarily means he’s missing opportunities to make his case to be picked. Given his willingness to work out for the Texans, it’s safe to say he’s not being all that picky.

As a result, his Pro Day throwing session could be the last thing plenty of interested teams see from him. Which, given a so-so showing at the Scouting Combine, potentially raises the stakes.


I’m surprised this guy managed to even score 13.

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Didn't Lamarcus Russell score an 8?

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The 10 Worst Wonderlic Scores in NFL History (according to site)

1 - Morris Claiborne -- CB -- Wonderlic Score: 4 - Lowest

2 - Darren Davis -- RB -- Wonderlic Score: 4

3 - Edward 'Pig' Prather -- S -- Wonderlic Score: 5

4 - Frank Gore -- RB -- Wonderlic Score: 6

5 - Oscar Davenport -- QB -- Wonderlic Score: 6

6 - Vince Young -- QB -- Wonderlic Score: 6

7 - Chris Leak -- QB -- Wonderlic Score: 8

8 - Sebastian Janikowski -- K -- Wonderlic Score: 9

9 - Jeff George -- QB -- Wonderlic Score: 10

10 - Michael Bishop -- QB -- Wonderlic Score: 10

https://www.therichest.com/sports/footb ... l-history/

A little surprised that so many qb's are on the list.


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