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    The guy can play FB, if you watched the senior bowl and scouts list him as a FB. He can also block his arse off and catch. This either does two things, makes Leach take a paycut (not making 4+ Million) not many teams even use a FB and average price is about 2M so he wont have many options or will get the same or less $$ with another team or they can just release him once they see the Harvard dude in minicamp and TC. You dont need to be a genius to play FB, plus he is from Harvard I bet he can figure it out.




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    Quote Originally Posted by AirFlacco View Post
    We'll see.

    They were talking about Leach's $4M cap hit today on the radio.

    They also said he's good on special teams and is listed as the 3rd TE and 2d FB
    and played H-Back very well. He's the best blocking TE we have.
    With all do respect I pay no attention to anyone on the radio. Especially Cerrato




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    A couple of notes from the Ravens Twitter page.
    You have to love this guy's attitude.

    Kyle Juszczyk: I don't hesitate to hit somebody in the mouth.

    Kyle Juszczyk said he was hoping he would be a #Raven after officially visiting Baltimore.




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    Quote Originally Posted by celticrob View Post
    With all do respect I pay no attention to anyone on the radio. Especially Cerrato


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    In regards to Leach, Ozzie said that there could be room for both on the Roster. I take that as Leach is getting a Boldin offer of pay cut or be cut.




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    Quote Originally Posted by srobert96 View Post
    In regards to Leach, Ozzie said that there could be room for both on the Roster. I take that as Leach is getting a Boldin offer of pay cut or be cut.
    That would be my guess. I doubt they pay him (Leach) what he is contracted for considering they still need to address LT and have a FB option in the fold now.

    I really doubt they wait till training camp to move on this. If they did not think the kid could not fill the role I highly doubt they draft him in the 4th. I think optimally Leach takes a cut and they keep both for this season allowing Leach to mentor the kid. Fortunately this kid seems to have some versatility in how he can be used that will make keeping them both a option.
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    Re: Kyle Juszczyk

    I think Leach was in danger even before drafting Juszczyk, but isn't in much more now that we have him. If Leach takes a pay cut I think they find a way to fit both.

    As for Juszczyk himself, I couldn't be happier because I've been waiting for us to get a player like him for years, and he's probably the best FB/TE/H-back hybrid to come out in awhile.




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    Delanie Walker comes to mind.

    He was very useful for the 49ers and made some key plays in the SuperBowl.




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    Re: Kyle Juszczyk

    James Casey also comes to mind




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    Quote Originally Posted by iggyman555 View Post
    James Casey also comes to mind
    I havent watched much of James Casey. Was he very productive?




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    Quote Originally Posted by Aussie_Raven View Post
    I havent watched much of James Casey. Was he very productive?
    http://www.rotoworld.com/player/nfl/5138/james-casey

    not too bad for a HB/TE

    also very good blocker
    Last edited by iggyman555; 04-28-2013 at 01:51 AM.




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    Quote Originally Posted by iggyman555 View Post
    http://www.rotoworld.com/player/nfl/5138/james-casey

    not too bad for a HB/TE

    also very good blocker
    Quote Originally Posted by Aussie_Raven View Post
    Delanie Walker comes to mind.

    He was very useful for the 49ers and made some key plays in the SuperBowl.
    Not key ENOUGH!


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    Quote Originally Posted by iggyman555 View Post
    James Casey also comes to mind
    I too thought of James Casey. However, K-J is much more of a capable run blocker.

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    The more I see this kid play, the more I think he's going to be a tight end/ H back on our team, and maybe we go without a full back altogether. Rice and Pierce are both very productive out of one back sets and this kids ability to motion out and play the slot is legit.

    If Caldwell has him, Pitta and Ed in, teams will have to either send out the heavy d to stop the run, and then we have 5 legit receivers to send out, or they'll have to go nickel and we'll be able to run straight at the spot a linebacker should be.

    I think he adds a level of flexibility to the base offense that Leach simply doesn't, even though leach is definitely a better pure FB
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    Re: Kyle Juszczyk

    Quote Originally Posted by ActualSpamBot View Post
    The more I see this kid play, the more I think he's going to be a tight end/ H back on our team, and maybe we go without a full back altogether. Rice and Pierce are both very productive out of one back sets and this kids ability to motion out and play the slot is legit.

    If Caldwell has him, Pitta and Ed in, teams will have to either send out the heavy d to stop the run, and then we have 5 legit receivers to send out, or they'll have to go nickel and we'll be able to run straight at the spot a linebacker should be.

    I think he adds a level of flexibility to the base offense that Leach simply doesn't, even though leach is definitely a better pure FB
    This is exactly what they're trying to accomplish.




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