Fodder Time

Judging by the Comment section last week, it appears everybody has run out of gas NFL-wise. Pity.

But, gas is a staple commodity of the Outsider, so we’ll soldier on haphazardly, even if it’s in a vacuum.

Besides, when else would we get to talk about Keith Reaser. Dear old Keith was another of many Trent Baalke rejects who spent the offseason keeping his tenuous NFL hopes alive by playing in the suddenly defunct AAF. Last week, he was scooped off the scrap pile by Kansas City, no doubt for camp fodder come August. After all, if he hasn’t distinguished himself as an NFL CB in five years of trying, the odds are pretty steep that he’ll do so now.

Soon he’ll wait for the phone to ring and it won’t, sending him tumbling into the long, dark night of The Life of Chuck. The guy who brags endlessly about who he used to be when he was nothing, railing and cursing at everyone who dares remind him he’s basically still useless.

Maybe some kind soul will rescue him from himself and send him off to the George Foreman school of trading in a mean thug ass whipped personna for a reborn smiling goofball model.

But enough of the rise and fall of Keith Reaser. Mike Singletary tried to use the AAF to pull his NFL HC ambitions off life support, too. It didn’t go so well. Big Mike’s Memphis Express team finished dead last in the league. Cue the blub, blub, blub.

And in 49er news, don’t ask, don’t tell.

 

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16 comments on “Fodder Time
  1. bullitNo Gravatar says:

    In past seasons the discussion here would be on the latest arrest for domestic violence and guys taking sides.
    The silence is refreshing and means less drama in life not football related.

  2. winderNo Gravatar says:

    Yeah, for the next couple of weeks we have to listen to the same regurgitated bull-crap from all the so called NFL experts. Even the most die-hard fans have to be bored out of their minds. As far as Chuck goes, can’t we all just get along. At the moment both my favorite blogs are sleeping but soon enough the bull**** will start flying and things should be back to normal. Still wondering where Nipper is.

  3. NJ49erNo Gravatar says:

    Some of the private workouts we’re said to have had –

    Josh Allen, 3-4 OLB, Kentucky
    Nick Bosa, DE/3-4 OLB, Ohio State
    A.J. Brown, WR, Ole Miss
    Rashan Gary, DE/3-4 DE, Michigan
    Dre Greenlaw, OLB, Arkansas 5’11″/237 (321 Tkls/4 Sacks/3 Ints)
    Terrill Hanks OLB-NM State 6’2″/242 (391 Tkls/11 Sacks/8 Ints)
    Jimmy Moreland, CB, James Madison
    Deebo Samuel, WR, South Carolina
    Montez Sweat, DE/3-4 OLB, Mississippi State
    Quinnen Williams, DT/3-4DE, Alabama

  4. NJ49erNo Gravatar says:

    Happy to see Deebo and AJBrown on this list – Not clue where they slot but, I’d be happy to acquire either.
    Still like Hakeem Butler as the option at Flanker too –

    Flanker
    Miles Boykin – ND – 6’3″/220 4.40 43.5″ Vert (77/1206/15.7/11)
    Jaylen Smith – Louisville – 6’2″/219 – 4.47 34.5″ Vert (152/2505/16.5/15)
    Hakeem Butler – Iowa St – 6’5″/227 – 4.48 36″ Vert (110/2149/19.5/18)
    David Sills – WVU – 6’3″/211 – 4.57 37.5″ Vert (132/2097/15.9/35)

  5. NJ49erNo Gravatar says:

    Slot
    Andy Isabella – UMass – 5’8″/188 – 4.31 36.5″ Vert (231/3526/15.3/30)
    Marquise Brown – OK – 5’9″/166 (132/2413/18.3/17)
    Deebo Samuel – SCar – 5’11″/214 4.48 39″ Vert (148/2076/14.0/16)
    Parris Campbell – Ohio St – 5’11″/205 4.31 40″ Vert ( 143/1768/12.4/15)

    Split
    Terry McLaurin – Ohio St – 6’0″/208 4.35 37.5″ Vert (75/1251/16.7/19)
    AJ Brown – MS – 6’0″/226 4.49 36.5″ Vert ( 189/2984/15.8/19)
    Emanuel Hall – Mizz – 6’1″/201 4.39 43.5″ Vert ( 97/2016/20.8/16)
    Darius Slayton – Auburn – 6’1″/190 4.39 40.5″ Vert (79/1605/20.3/11)
    Anthony Johnson – Buffalo – 6’1″/209 (133/2367/17.8/25)

  6. NJ49erNo Gravatar says:

    Helloooooooooooo Anybody hooooooooooooome?

    I’ll throw some homework your way just for fun –

    OLB
    Josh Allen – KY – 6’5″/262 – 4.63/1.61 28 Reps (220 Tkls/31.5 Sacks)
    Maxx Crosby – EMU – 6’4″/255 – 4.66/1.60 Split 36″ Vert (162 Tkls – 20 Sacks)
    Ben Banogu – TCU – 6’3″/250 4.62/1.56 Split 23 Reps 40″ Vert (156 Tkls/20 Sacks)
    Chase Winovich – MI – 6’2″/256 – 4.59/1.57 18 Reps (166 Tkls/18.5 Sacks)
    Justin Hollins – Oregon – 6’5″/248 – 4.50 25 Reps 36.5″ Vert (184 Tkls/14 Sacks)

    ILB
    Ty Summers – TCU – 6’1″/241 4.51 36″ Vert (317 Tkls/10.5 Sacks) (2 Ints)
    Bobby Okereke – Stanford – 6’1″/239 4.58 33.5″ Vert (227 Tkls/10.5 Sacks) (1 Int)
    Blake Cashman – MN – 6’1″/237 4.50 18 Reps 37.5″ Vert (183 Tkls/12 Sacks)
    Drue Tranquill – ND – 6’2″/234 4.57 31 Reps 37.5″ Vert (292 Tkls/5.5 Sacks) (3 Ints)
    Ryan Connelly – Wisconsin – 6’2″/242 4.66 34.5″ Vert (251 Tkls/6 Sacks) (2 Ints)
    Cameron Smith – USC – 6’2″/238 4.69 15 Reps 39″ Vert (354 Tkls/3.5 Sacks) (4 Ints)

  7. NJ49erNo Gravatar says:

    FS
    Darnell Savage – Maryland – 5’11″/198 4.36 39.5″ Vert (182 Tkls/8 Ints) (7.03 3-Cone)
    Juan Thornhill – UVA – 6’0″/205 4.42 21 Reps 44″ Vert (208 Tkls/13 Ints)
    Chauncey Gardner-Johnson – UF – 5’10″/210 4.48 36″ Vert (161 Tkls/9 Ints) (7.03 3-Cone)
    Saquan Hampton – Rutgers – 6’1″/206 4.48 14 Reps 36.5″ Vert (167 Tkls/4 Ints) (6.98 3-Cone)
    Marquise Blair – Utah – 6’1″/195 4.48 35″ Vert (106 Tkls/8 Ints)

    SS
    Marvell Tell – USC – 6’2″/198 – 4.57 42″ Vert (220Tkls – 5 Ints) (6.63 3-Cone)
    Gary Johnson (SS?) – TX – 5’11″/226 4.43 16 Reps/33.5″ Vert (147 Tkls/8.5 Sacks)
    Ben Burr-Kirven (SS?) – UW – 6’0″/230 4.56 21 Reps/34.5″ Vert (338 Tkls/4 Sacks) (4 Ints)
    Nate Harvey – ECU – (FB/LB/SS) – 6’1″/225 (67 Tkls/12 Sacks)

  8. NJ49erNo Gravatar says:

    Bullit, not sure if we discussed your LB Johnson yet?
    I’ve got him penciled in as a possible SS because of his size/speed combo.

  9. NJ49erNo Gravatar says:

    Gary Johnson – 5’11″/226 4.43 16 Reps/33.5″ Vert (147 Tkls/8.5 Sacks)
    Devin White – 6’0″/237 4.42 22 Reps/39.5″ Vert (286 Tkls/8.5 Sacks)

  10. bullitNo Gravatar says:

    Gary Johnson can play and could be a hybrid.
    He’s tattoos guys he tackles and was Alabama 100 yd sprint champion in high school.
    He would be a good pickup in 4th/5th round.

    If nothing else will help on special teams.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GijLHSJ3sOg

  11. SkeebersNo Gravatar says:

    “NFL is fining Washington LB Reuben Foster two game checks but not suspending him.”

  12. NJ49erNo Gravatar says:

    We were ‘fined’ 2 Draft Picks so, I guess Goodell feels it’s justified.

  13. Grumpy GuyNo Gravatar says:

    Goodell is a fraking joke.

  14. bullitNo Gravatar says:

    Grumpy/NJ

    You got that right.
    Since this is a third incident for Foster he should at the very least get a suspension at least equal to his previous.

    No way the Deadskins should benefit because the Niners did the right thing.

  15. SkeebersNo Gravatar says:

    New post is up.

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