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Looking at another “Tryout Tuesday”

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Every Tuesday, NFL teams bring in potential employees for a tire kicking.  Every Wednesday, we give you the list of who got look-sees, even though a small percentage ever actually get jobs.

Here’s this week’s list, led by the Giants bringing in a whopping 15 prospects.

Broncos:  defensive tackles Trey Lewis and Guy Miller, nose tackle Sealver Siliga.  (That’s possibly not good news for recently-arrested nose tackle Ryan McBean.)

Patriots:  receivers Britt Davis and Jarred Fayson, kicker Dave Rayner, long snapper Chris Massey, punter Robert Malone, punter Spencer Lanning, offensive linemen Phil Trautwein and Robert Brewster.

Giants:  receivers Kris Adams, Montez Billings, Skyy Simmons, Isaiah Stanback, and Charles Sullivan, defensive back Will Blackmon, defensive ends Everette Brown and James Ruffin, running backs Alex Daniels and Kevin Smith (pictured), linebackers David Nixon and Chris Wilson, guards Duke Robinson and Mansfield Wrotto, center Reggie Stephens.

Seahawks:  linebackers Tressor Baptiste, Matt Berning, Ricky Elmore, Eric Gordon, Alex Joseph, and Elijah Joseph.

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3 Responses to “Looking at another “Tryout Tuesday””
  1. Justified By God says: Oct 19, 2011 9:41 AM

    “Tryout Tuesday” is far and away the best indicator of how a coach feels about his team and what roster moves are under consideration. Far more informative than those boxed answers they give in PC’s.

  2. vikingbill1 says: Oct 19, 2011 11:40 AM

    Not really. Good for lighting a fire under your employees ass. Always make them look over their shoulder. Great for operational efficiency. I try to interview EVERY Friday.

  3. airboss37 says: Oct 19, 2011 12:57 PM

    Maybe the Saints should be trying out some new Defensive Coordinators, and a Safety to replace Harper!

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