The Seattle Seahawks have more or less taken a sledgehammer to their roster in an effort to restore their past luster in this post-Legion of Boom era.
Quarterback Jared Goff took a major leap in his sophomore season, and running back Todd Gurley earned Offensive Player of the Year honors with a league-high 2,093 scrimmage yards and 19 touchdowns. Both are just 23 years old, and with Suh teaming up with reigning Defensive Player of the Year Aaron Donald, Goff and Gurley aren’t even the most feared duo on the stacked Rams roster.
With the Seattle Seahawks and Arizona Cardinals going through transitions and the San Francisco 49ers still rebuilding (albeit quickly), a Rams team that won 11 games last year should make a run at 13 or 14 wins in the NFC West.
The Redskins certainly aren’t in the market for a quarterback in the early rounds, but things could open up on Day 3, especially if there is a prospect the front office particularly likes.
NFL.com has Lauletta projected to be selected in the fifth round, while NFLDraftScout.com places him in the third round. The 6-foot-3, 215-pounder put up athletic numbers at the NFL combine and threw for 3,737 yards and 28 touchdowns with 12 interceptions and a 64.9 completion percentage in 2017. The yardage ranked No. 5 in FCS, and the completion percentage was No. 10.
So what will Shelton be doing Again, another Patriot-patented reply.
I’m just going to go with whatever Coach [Bill Belichick] wants me to do, Shelton said. My best feature is stopping the run, so if he wants me to at a specific position I’ll do it, and I’ll make sure I do my job for the team’s success.