Howie Roseman thought he was done when he was pushed aside for Chip Kelly
Eagles General Manager Howie Roseman is riding high after building a Super Bowl-winning team, but there was a time not long ago when he never thought it was possible.
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Ogletree was the 30th player taken in 2013 and his sort of pedigree rarely exists on the Giants roster they have not taken a linebacker in the first round of a draft since Carl Banks in 1984. Jerry Reese, the former general manager, missed often on mid-round picks and thus had to sign marginal veteran linebackers in free agency.
Senio Kelemete, OL, Saints
No one is saying Kelemete, 27, is a stud, but he is an experienced (58 games, 22 starts) and extremely versatile offensive lineman who could challenge for a starting job at guard or tackle, give Ereck Flowers a push and provide quality depth.
Being realistic, Talib is 32 years old, and the Broncos would save $11 million by trading or releasing him, so it’s easy to see why he’s on the market. In fact, although Talib was asking about a trade, a release seems like the more likely option. He can still play, but he can’t still play up to his big salary.
Much has been made of Rosen’s slender physique and, indeed, he does look a bit gangly. Looks, though, can be deceiving. He is 6-foot-4 and weighed in at the NFL scouting combine at 226 pounds, heavier than all the quarterbacks in attendance other than the 6-5, 237-pound Josh Allen. It should be noted Rosen is only slightly taller than USC’s Sam Darnold (6-3 3/?) and 5 pounds heavier than Darnold (221 pounds) despite being leaner.
Rosen went under the knife in 2016 after his sophomore season was cut short when he landed awkwardly taking a big hit against Arizona State, resulting in a soft-tissue injury to his right (throwing) shoulder that required surgery to repair. Last season, Rosen suffered the first concussion of his career against Washington on Oct. 28, a game that also had Rosen scrambling out of trouble and bloodied from his finger and lip. Rosen was diagnosed with a second concussion Nov. 24 against California in the final game of the regular season, causing him to sit out UCLA’s Cactus Bowl loss to Kansas State.