In order to get 3 picks to move back you'd have to move all the way out of the first round which is not a good idea because with a first round pick you have that player's rights for 5 years instead of 4.
With a lot of unsigned players (FAs/UDFASs/AAF) still out there and more cuts by other teams coming. I don't expect many more draft picks than 'normal.'Subtracting the 7 or so draft picks coming later this month, that leaves 16 openings for UDFAs and other free agents.
At least 10 picks and no need to stop there. If you view draft picks more like commodities, I think you get more in return with patience.
It's not concern at all, it's keeping track of how many more players we can realistically expect to see the team sign.I don't get it... Why are some peeps so concerned about the 90 man roster as if we're the only team far short of that??? Makes no sense. Every team has 53 + PC 10 = 63 effective on the roster. And of course it's ONLY the 53 that really matters. So what's the concern that we're short on the 90???
It's pretty much the same for every team. It's not like they have stockpiles of NFL roster worthy dudes stored in a warehouse!
After the draft and UDFA -- we'll have a surplus!
Their championship game would have been on April 27th so the team is getting a jump on the process before the draft rather than after.Just think if the AAF hadn't imploded and blessed us with all this talent. We would have 30 spots open right now. What did the front office plan on doing if the AAF hadn't got napalmed? That is what I am wondering.