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  • Bob Condotta is reporting that all the rookie class are signed. DeeJay Dallas was the last signed.
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  • Thanks my friend, nice to see you back!

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  • Thanks Kiitsap!!! You rock!

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    Lots of roster spots open.
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  • Just an observation, it really sucks that DE- Darrell Taylor has been put on NFI. Him contributing to the pass rush is something I suspect was a big part of the team's DL # one offseason plan. Hope he's not out for long as TC reps are critical to development of any rookie player.
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  • "Hope he's not out for long as TC reps are critical to development of any rookie player."
    Yep. Even more so than usual this year.
    Pete is doing what he can to make up for the action reps though, having scheduled at least 2 "game like" events in Clink. Injury/missing time was one of the red flags attached to the Taylor pick so maybe this early season hiccup isn't one that should be altogether unexpected. Regardless, it took me by surprise.
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  • Appyhawk wrote:"Hope he's not out for long as TC reps are critical to development of any rookie player."
    Yep. Even more so than usual this year.
    Pete is doing what he can to make up for the action reps though, having scheduled at least 2 "game like" events in Clink. Injury/missing time was one of the red flags attached to the Taylor pick so maybe this early season hiccup isn't one that should be altogether unexpected. Regardless, it took me by surprise.



    I thought he was still recovering in some way from surgery that had limited his effectiveness which is why he dropped.
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  • But there’s no alarm from the Seahawks at putting Darrell Taylor on an injury list to start this training camp.

    The team knew when they drafted Taylor in the second round this spring that the edge pass rusher would need time off the field to continue his rehabilitation from lower-leg surgery.

    Taylor played last college season through a stress fracture in his lower leg he got in August. He played through Tennessee’s bowl game and the Senior Bowl college all-star showcase for NFL scouts in January, then had surgery Jan. 30.

    Surgeons inserted a Titanium rod in Taylor’s leg.

    The team still expects Taylor to be a candidate for the weakside, “Leo” defensive end position and pass rusher this season. That’s what Seattle traded up and drafted him to do, to help what was the second-worst sack unit in the NFL in 2019.

    The players aren’t starting practices until Aug. 12, at the earliest, per 2020’s COVID-19 protocols the league and its players’ union agreed to last month in order to begin training camp. Their first padded practices are to be Aug. 17. So Taylor has time to continue his rehabilitation and still participate in the bulk of the true football practices in preparation for the season.

    https://www.thenewstribune.com/sports/n ... 98877.html
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