Discussion in 'Miami Dolphins Forum' started by cuzinvinny, May 15, 2019 at 6:13 PM.
He played for Utah in college.
Armando with the . ‘He be gone soon’
Looks like camp body.....we need 90 and had only 87 or 88 so.
fresh from the acorn orchard
You are correct. I should have said 2015 Browns 2nd round pick from Utah. I still have my mind on chasing Solomon Thomas of the 49ers if he becomes available and he was from Stanford.
Not saying much, but from a college production/prospect standpoint Orchard has as good of a chance of sticking around as most of the DE's on the roster.
Rotoworld.com is reporting that he has signed.
I don't know man, Jonathan Woodard is gonna turn some heads this year LOL
It is truly amazing the amount of misses the Browns had in the 1st and 2nd round before Dorsey got there. I mean I don’t even think if you were intentionally trying you could miss that much on purpose.
Hopefully Angry Orchard plays with a chip on his shoulder
I dunno, sounds like he wasn’t a starter and had 59 tackles and 5.5 sacks in a backup role. Sounds like he has a skill set worthy of taking a chance on him at a position we are thin at. He could surprise given a chance. His stats are about 3 times better than Charles Harris....
Nate Orchard was good on hard knocks
Not really anything to get excited about unless Flores and company can light a fire under his rear.
I can't imagine Thomas would be cheap. The 49ers have been playing him out of position and I think it's fairly well known across the league. He's still 23 years old.
Anyway, the Seahawks are about as desperate as anybody for edge help so I'm not sure it's a great sign that they gave up on this Orchard guy
The Dolphins draft history is littered with failed picks in 1st and 2nd rd. Maybe not as bad as the Browns, but we're a close second.