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Titans Mock Draft Database 2.0



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It's looking like the new consensus choice by mockers out there on the world wide web is Chance Warmack for the Titans at the 10 spot in the first round. As mentioned previously in my post, offensive guards have only been drafted in the top 20 twice since 2000. Will Webster, Munchak and company pull the trigger on what is undoubtedly an elite prospect? Munchak has admitted the unlikelihood of drafting an interior lineman in the first round. Munch could be trying to use misdirection but I think the lack of drafting a lineman last year is evidence they probably would not value that position for an early round pick in 2013.

But we also have free agency to improve our Offensive line. And Webster knows improving our OL is a priority.

"Our offensive line, with all the injuries and issues we had, I think that really affected us. That's something we have to make more solid, more reliable. We have to get better. I think it will be hard for us to get better on offense until that area improves." -

Quote taken from this Titansized.com article, click here.

The Titans also have a large amount of cap room. According to this Tennessean article, the Titans have about 19.4 million to spend on free agents and draft choices, which is 8th most in the league. Last year, the NFL lockout messed up the normal order of off season activities. Instead of having free agency first and shoring up some needs before the draft the opposite occurred. Perhaps for that reason the Titans decided not to draft an OL because they weren't in love with who was there at their selection. They did sign Hutch and brought in a plethora of other lineman in hopes of signing them but the FA's decided to go elsewhere.

My guess is, we will see the Titans go after our OL need in free agency and save the draft for the seemingly typical Titans strategy of drafting athleticism over need. Fisher established that trend, Tyrone Calico, Chris Henry, Andre Woolfolk with the occasional hit, aka Chris Johnson. I think we can all admit we were shocked by some of Webster's selections in 2012. Our greatest needs were offensive line, defensive end and cornerback and yet we passed on Mercilus and Decastro for Kendall Wright. In the second round we took an uber athletic Zach Brown over Konz where we had a greater need at center. That pick has seemed to work out. The jury is still out on our 4th round selection of Sensabaugh, who analysts graded as a 6th/7th round prospect. I guess his sub 4.4 was more valued than statistics from his one year of starting at Clemson. The Titans reached again in the 5th round for a combine wonder in Taylor Thompson who was definitely their biggest gamble pick as Thompson never played as TE in college.

All this to say: As much as we would love the Titans to grab Warmack at 10. My guess is it won't happen. Most likely they will be able to sign a couple interior lineman in free agency and perhaps draft a mid or late round OL as a development project. Instead, I could imagine Webster to go with someone like Dion Jordan or Ezekial Ansah, both athletic freaks or perhaps some combine wonder hardly a blip on anyone's radar. The one thing Warmack does have going for him though is that he himself is described as a freak athlete for his size and position. So perhaps the higher value placed on athleticism may be met with one of our greatest needs.

What follows is an updated Titans Mock Draft Database from the last week. The Senior Bowl has yet to be played but some prospects are already on the rise while others have fallen a bit. Some mocks reflect this.

The goal behind posting this database is threefold:

  1. Rather than wast time searching for mock drafts all over the internet you can find the Titans selections right here, along with brief scouting reports, selection explanations and links to see the whole mock.
  2. It will help you get a feel for the pulse and trends of the rise and fall of prospects and how the draft may play out.
  3. It will also help you get some more information on possible future Titans or rivals.

Titans Mock Draft Selection - Round one, Pick 10.

Followed with Scouting Report for that player.

Date & Mock Draft Site. Followed with '12 college stats.

Explanation for Pick

Significant Selections taken before & after

Chance Warmack, OG, Alabama 6'3" - 320

A wide- bodied, powerful blocker with surprisingly athleticism, Warmack can anchor at the point of attack in pass protection but is at his best clearing holes in the run game. This wouldn't be a sexy choice but Warmack would step directly into the starting lineup and stay there for the next decade.

ESPN on his exceptional run blocking abilities: Consistently does a good job with his first step to get quality initial positioning. Has a strong lower body and a powerful upper body. Can jar defender initially but also has the leg drive and tenacity to sustain and generate a surge. Tough, thick and smart run blocker. Impressive initial quickness and mobility when getting out on pulls. Takes solid angles. Good balance in space. Consistently shows ability to hit moving target on second level.

1/24/13

Cnnsi.com

Don Banks

I think Titans head coach Mike Munchak played a little guard as I recall, and he's going to see the NFL's next great guard when he scouts Warmack's game. It's not a sexy pick for the Titans, but protecting Jake Locker and helping the Chris Johnson-led ground game get more consistent is plenty important enough to warrant a top 10 pick on an interior lineman of rare pedigree.

1.Joeckel

2.Werner

3.Moore

4.G.Smith

5.J.Jones

6.Milliner

7.Barkley

8.Glennon

9.Mingo

11. Lotulelei

12.K.Allen

13.Ogletree

14.Richardson

15.Jordan

16.E.Fisher

17.Vacarro

18.Hankins

19.Ansah

20.Ertz

21.Montgry

22.Lacy

23.Patterson

24.Floyd

25.Fluker

26.Ball

30.Okafor

31.Te'o

Chance Warmack, OG, Alabama 6'3" - 320

Sturdy guard with dominating strength at the point of attack and mobility to clear running lanes. His toughness and durability are outstanding, and he grades out as one of the elite talents in the 2013 draft, and as a probable starter day one on Sundays - and he'll stick around a long time.

1/24/13

NEpatriotsdraft.com

Matthew Jones

It's painful to pass on a player of Star Lotulelei's caliber at this point in the draft, but Warmack is considered among the draft's top prospects; adding a devastating inline blocker to the interior of their offensive line would do wonders for the Titans, who need to get younger, better guards.

1.G.Smith

2.Werner

3.Moore

4.Fisher

5.Jones

6.K. Allen

7.Joeckel

8. Milliner

9.Mingo

11.Lotulelei

13.Te'o

15.Datone Jones

19.Ansah

20.Ogletree

Star Lotulelei, DT, Utah 6'4" - 320

2012 stats: 41 tackles, 5 sacks, 11 for a loss

Much of Lotulelei's value comes in his versatility. He's a staunch run defender and built for taking up two gaps as a 3-4 nose tackle. In a 4-3 system, he can stick as a one-technique tackle. Lotulelei isn't just a stationary run stuffer. His first step is impressive for a 320-pound athlete. Because of his get off, some teams will use Lotulelei as a three-technique, gap-shooting tackle.

Read more of this Scouting Report from Mockingthedraft.com just posted on 1/23

1/24/13

Dan Hope

Featured columnist, from Bleacher Report.

2nd Round Titans pick:

Dallas Thomas OG/OT

3rd Round:

Stepfan Taylor, RB, Stanford

There are only four prospects in this draft class who should be surefire top-10 picks. Utah's Star Lotulelei is one of them.

Defensive tackle is not among the Titans' greatest needs, but Lotulelei's value is too good to pass up in this scenario.

He can be a consistent difference-maker-something the Titans do not have on their interior defensive line. He is a massive nose tackle who is very disruptive as both a penetrator and interior pass-rusher, and he also clogs gaps and is a tough man to move with his size and strength.

1.Joeckel

2.J.Jones

3.Werner

4.Milliner

5.Moore

6. Mingo

7.Fisher

8. Nassib

9. G.Smith

11.Warmack

15.Okafor

16.L.Johnson

17.Te'o

18.Ty.Wilson

21.Reid

29.Vacarro

30.Lacy

31.Ogletree

33.Barkley

34.Ty. Bray

38.Glennon

Eric Reid, S, LSU - 6'2" - 208

A big reach at 10, & the same 1st round pick as last time. But I like how the rest of the draft plays out.

Reid possesses the ideal build and athleticism for the position, shows excellent instincts and is a scrappy, tenacious defender whose big hits and ball skills make him a legitimate weapon in the deep patrol.

Gets overaggressive at times; will jump on short crossers, opening up the back half of the field, and overrun stretch plays to allow cutback lanes. Not a consistently powerful tackler, and will lunge and miss in the open field as he often fails to break down quickly.

2nd - Alex Okafor, DE, Texas

3rd - Larry Warford, G, Kentucky

4th - Alex Hurst, RT, LSU

5th - Cobi Hamilton, WR, Arkansas

1/24/12

Draftek.com

Draftek is unique: As each NFL team has an analyst who assigns positional needs, then a proprietary computer model is employed to generate a 7-round Consensus Mock Draft.

The Titans had a porous pass defense this past season. It will need to be fixed if they plan to contend in the AFC South with passers like Matt Schaub and Andrew Luck already in the division. Eric Reid offers a lot of flexibility to Tennessee. His primary position is Free Safety, where he has great coverage abilities, as well as ball skills. He is an extremely smart individual, carrying a 3.2 in LSU's College of Business, and that natural intelligence transfers over to the football field. He has great instincts and is rarely caught out of position. Having these skills will allow Tennessee to move Griffin to Strong Safety and strengthen the overall core of the pass defense, if need be. If Tennessee wants to keep Griffin at FS, Reid can start at the SS position. Though he tends to struggle in run support, allowing him to play closer to the line will allow him to use his physicality and intelligence to his advantage and create problems in the opposing run game. ~ Ryan Wittman, Titans Analyst

1.Joeckel

2.Werner

3.Milliner

4.J.Jones

5.Moore

6.Te'o

7.G.Smith

8.Jordan

9.Lotulelei

11.Fisher

15.Mingo

16.Richardson

17.Vacarro

18.Warmack

21.Ogletree

22.Bernard

30.Ansah

Ezekiel Anzah, DE, BYU - 6'6" - 270

Ansah is the hottest name on the draft market right now. Ansah's game stock is based mostly on potential and there is a lot of it. He's got a ceiling that no other prospect can touch in this DE class but that's the key, this is all based on what he can be, not necessarily on what he is.

A complete scouting report from NFL.com

1/23/13

FoxSports.com

Peter Schrager

A freakishly athletic defensive end, more than one NFL player personnel man has told me they see some Jason Pierre-Paul in Anzah. He's raw, young, and a naturally gifted athlete. Tennessee's pass rush and run defense still needs to improve. Desperately. This is a bit of a roll of the dice, but the upside greatly outweighs the risk.

1.Joeckel

2.Werner

3.Jones

4.Milliner

5.Mingo

6.TyWilson

7.EJManuel

8.Nassib

9.Ogletree

15.Reid

17.Te'o

18.Warmack

19.Moore

22.G.Smith

Star Lotulelei, DT, Utah 6'4" - 320

Scouting report above

1/23/13

Draft Ace

Lotulelei could go as high as number two, but of the Jaguars and Raiders pass he will likely slip down the board. He would be a perfect fit for the Titans, who are looking to add a nose tackle to stick next to Jurrell Casey. 2012 3rd-round pick Mike Martin is a decent option, but of Lotulelei is on the board he would be tough to pass up.

1.Joeckel

2.Werner

3.Moore

4.Milliner

5.Jordan

6. Jones

7.Fisher

8.G.Smith

9.Mingo

11.Warmack

Chance Warmack, OG, Alabama 6'3" - 320

1/23/13

FFToolbox.com

Composite of user mock drafts

No explanation.

It seems a lot of analysts are catching on when it comes to understanding the Titans need a guard. It has now become the popular mock draft pick for us at #10. The only question will be if our FO thinks Guard is a first round pick.

1.G.Smith

2.Werner

3.Lotulelei

4.Joeckel

5.Milliner

6.Moore

7.Barkley

8.Glennon

9.Jones

15.Jordan

17.Mingo

19.Ansah

20.Te'o

31.Ogletree

Damontre Moore - DE, Texas A&M 6'4" - 250

Moore was one of the most consistent pass-rushers in college football this year and one of the nation's leaders with 12.5 sacks. Perhaps even more impressive than that, Moore led his team with 85 tackles - four more than the next closest defender. He also had 21 tackles for a loss, two passes broken up, two blocked kicks and a forced fumble.

Moore had only three games all year where he didn't register a sack and only two games where he didn't register a tackle for loss. In both of those games Moore was yanked early in the 2nd half due to blowouts. Moore has everything you want in a DE prospect; size, speed, power, and technical ability.

1/22/13

Mocks & Locks

2nd Round pick:

Jordan Poyer - CB, Oregon St

Some believe Moore to be the best prospect in the draft, and I'm not too far behind. Damontre is a perfect combination of speed, motor, strength, and good technique. He wrecks games from the DE position, can line up all over the place due to versatility from size and is perfect against both the pass and the run, showing all the skills needed to translate to the professional level.

1.Joeckel

2.Werner

3.Lotulelei

4.Milliner

5.Jordan

6.Jones

7.G.Smith

8.TyWilson

9.Mingo

15.Te'o

21.Ogletree

31.Ansah

LB Manti Te'o - Notre Dame 6'2" 255

(Or is that his real name?)

Poor NC game performance & fake gf's aside; its plain and simple Manti Te'o is a football player. He has the instincts, strength and play-making ability to be a cornerstone defender for a defense for years to come. His work ethic and passion for the game sets him apart from others. Ideal fit at an ILB position in either a 4-3 or 3-4, but is the type of player every NFL team will have to look at because he will just make plays.

Te'o might become over-scrutinized and knocked for his lack of straight line speed, but when you turn on the film you see how many plays this kid makes.

1/22/13

SportsAgent Blog

While OG Chance Warmack will be a guy Head Coach Mike Munchak would absolutely love to bring in, Te'o is too special to pass up here. Tennessee was 26th against the run and 24th against the pass last season and Te'o is the caliber of player who can lead an entire defense for a decade. At 6'2" 255 Te'o has ideal size, had one of the best seasons and careers a linebacker has ever had, and plays the game with passion and a motor that isn't seen very often. The Titans could change their defensive identity with Te'o manning the middle.

1.G.Smith

2.Lotulelei

3.Moore

4.Joeckel

5.Milliner

6.Werner

7.TyWilson

8.J.Jones

9.Mingo

11.Ogletree

14.Richardson

16.Warmack

18.Vacarro

19.Ba.Jones

20.Jordan

21.Ansah

22.Elam

Chance Warmack, OG, Alabama 6'3" - 320

1/21/13

Mockingthe draft.com

Matthew Fairburn & Dan Kadar

Chance Warmack might come in as the highest graded player in this draft. He's a mauler on the inside who is also surprisingly light on his feet. Warmack doesn't have much trouble pulling and engaging linebackers in the run game and he rarely lets a defender slip by him once he's begun his block.

The Titans could definitely use help on the interior of the offensive line. Warmack would be a huge upgrade and deserves to be a top 10 pick.

1.Joeckel

2.G.Smith

3.Star L.

4.Moore

5.Werner

6.Milliner

7.TyWilson

8.J.Jones

9.Mingo

12.Jordan

19.Ogletree

25.Ansah

26.Minter

31.Vacarro

Chance Warmack, OG, Alabama 6'3" - 320

1/21/13

CBSports.com

Dane Brugler

Brugler's new mock is unchanged for the Titans

Chance Warmack, OG, Alabama: As a former offensive lineman who was drafted in the top-10, Titans head coach Mike Munchak will undoubtedly be impressed with Warmack and with the future of both their starting guards (LeRoy Harris, Steve Hutchinson) in doubt, the Tide guard make sense here.

1.G.Smith

2.Werner

3.Mingo

4.Joeckel

5.Moore

6.Milliner

7.Ty Wilson

8.Glennon

9.J.Jones

14.Lotulelei

15.Jordan

19.Ansah

26.Ogletree

Sheldon Richardson, DT, Missouri 6'4" 295

Richardson finished the year second on Missouri in tackles with 75. He registered 10.5 tackles for a loss, four sacks, three passes broken up and three forced fumbles. too. Richardson also returned a fumble 60 yards.

Richardson is a great pass rusher, violent hands to shed blockers, and fast. He will impress at the combine. He has a relentless motor with a mean streak.

1/21/13

CBSports.com

Rob Rang

Rang doesn't change his uneducated pick for the Titans.

Getting four touchdowns off of defense and special teams in their Week 17 victory over Jacksonville may have provided a bit of salve to a group that was often burnt in 2012 but it won't hide the fact that this unit allowed a league-worst average of 29.4 points a game. The Titans have some young talent on the edges but remain woefully undersized and unproductive down the middle. The 6-4, 310-pound Richardson is surprisingly athletic and led all SEC interior defensive linemen with 75 tackles

1. Joeckel

2.Lotulelei

3.Jones

4.G.Smith

5.Werner

6.Moore

7.Barkley

8.Wilson

9.Mingo

13.Milliner

15.Ansah

16.Warmack

21.Ogletree

31.Te'o

Chance Warmack, OG, Alabama 6'3" - 320

Round 2 pick =

Matt Elam, SS, Florida

Round 3 pick =

David Amerson, CB, NC State

Matt Miller - B.Report

1/20/13

Bleacher Report's NFL Draft Lead Writer, he's been featured in Madden 13, on ESPN radio, SiriusXM, NFL.com, SI.com and USA Today as well as utilized by NFL, CFL and AFL teams.

If you're just now tuning in to the 2013 draft class, it may seem foolish to spend a top 10 pick on an offensive guard. Meet Chance Warmack.

The best interior offensive lineman in college football, Warmack may have been the best offensive lineman this year. His ability in the run and pass game really came to a nice balance in 2012, with Warmack showing dominant play in both areas of the game.

The Titans would love to replace Steve Hutchinson with a top-tier offensive guard like Warmack. He's the perfect fit for the Tennessee run game and fills a massive void on the inside of its line.

1.Joeckel

2.Werner

3.Moore

4.Jones

5.Milliner

6.Mingo

7.Lotulelei

8.Ansah

9. G.Smith

13.Vacarro

17. Jordan

19. Okafor

21.Ogletree

31.Reid

33.TyWilson -Jags

34.Barkley - Chiefs

37.Lacy - Bengals

42. Nassib - Bills

48. Te'o - Chargers

Chance Warmack, OG, Alabama 6'3" - 320

1/18/13

www.draftcountdown.com

Scott Wright

The Titans don't have a ton of glaring holes in their starting lineup but there are a couple in the trenches on both sides of the ball that stand out. It's rare for an offensive guard to come off the board in the top half of round one and it has been fifteen years since a true guard was selected in the Top 10 overall. However, it looks like Alabama's Chance Warmack will be the exception and that really speaks volumes about how highly-regarded he is in the scouting community. Tennessee could also use another pass rusher since Kamerion Wimbley was a free agent disappointment and former first rounder Derrick Morgan has yet to emerge as a dynamic threat. Possibilities there could include Dion Jordan of Oregon, Barkevious Mingo and Sam Montgomery of L.S.U. and Ezekiel Ansah of Brigham Young. As a darkhorse don't rule out a wide receiver since Kenny Britt has both off-the-field and durability issues that leave his long - term future with the team in doubt.

1. Joeckel

2. Jones

3. Star

4. Moore

5.Miliner

6.Werner

7.G.Smith

8.Barkley

9.Jordan

12.Mingo

16.Vacarro

19.Ansah

20.Te'o

21.Ogletree

Kenny Vaccaro, SS Texas - 6'1" - 215

From NFL.com:NFL starting combo safety material with a very good blend of overall strength & athleticism. Often used as a nickel back depsite a thick overall build. Very loose hips & good overall change of direction ability. Locks onto slot receivers at the line and has the agility and straight game speed to stay with them on routes and downfield. Physical with receivers trying to block him in the run game, has the strength to rip off and make a stop. Solid open field tackler, uses great effort and his upper body strength to drag down ball carriers. Strong off the edge as a blitzer, has bend to turn the corner and gets physical with running backs standing in his way. Weaknesses: Used extensively in man coverage and around the line, must continue improving as a reliable back-half defender against the pass and last line of defense against long runs. One-speed player who lacks burst.

Football Outsiders had a great article on Vaccaro that made him more appealing: Click Here.

1/25/13

NFL.com

Josh Norris

The Titans need a lot of help protecting the deep-to-intermediate sections of the field; Vaccaro showcased reliable range as a free safety while adding nickel element when lining up against slot receivers.

Vaccaro had 67 tackles, 6.5 TFL, 2 sacks, 7 passes broken up, & 2 interceptions. in 2011. In 2012 he had 96 tackles, 3.5 TFL, 5 passes broken up, 2 int's, & 2 forced fumbles. He also had some nice pass blitzes. He led Texas in tackles.

1.G.Smith

2.Werner

3.Milliner

4.Lotulelei

5.Ansah

6.Moore

7.Joeckel

8.Patterson

9.Mingo

16.Warmack

Dion Jordan, DE/OLB Oregon

6'7" - 250

Jordan possesses a rare blend of size and athleticism. At 6-feet-7-inches tall, Jordan moves like a safety. He has fluid hips in coverage and excellent explosion off the line of scrimmage. Oregon frequently called upon Jordan to cover tight ends and slot wide receivers one on one.

As a pass rusher, Jordan has plenty of room to grow, but few players in this class rush the edge like he does. Jordan gets incredible bend around the edge, showing the flexibility to maintain his speed and get after the quarterback. Jordan also has tremendous length for a pass rusher, which he combines with an explosive first step off the line off scrimmage to consistently beat tackles. Jordan also has great closing speed both when getting after the quarterback and chasing down ball carriers in the open field.

1/16/13

Mel Kiper

ESPN.com

No access to link, insider paid page.

Jordan had 44 tackles, including 10.5 for loss and five sacks

Analysis: He's a little light for a 4-3 defensive end, but Jordan has a long frame and can add some weight. The Titans saw an improved pass rush in 2012, but Jordan could take that unit to another level as he develops. This is a very good athlete, a player who probably could have developed into a draft-worthy tight end, but Oregon made the right call in putting him on defense. There is development left in his game, but his quick first step, long arms and overall athleticism are all high level and he could become a very good NFL pass-rusher.

1.Joeckel

2.Moore

3.Star

4.Milliner

5.Jones

6.Werner

7.Warmack

8.Te'o

9.Mingo

13.Ogletree

16.Vacarro

17.Ansah

Star Lotulelei, DT Utah 6'4" - 320

Star Lotulelei possesses a combination of size, power, quickness and strength that is truly elite.

His power at the line of scrimmage to take on and eat up blocks will make other linemen around him better. He is near impossible to block one on one and has to be assigned multiple blockers at a time. His strength and quickness allows him to beat blocks and make plays in the run game consistently. His ability to push the pocket has created havoc for opposing rushing offenses. He isn't as natural a pass rusher but exhibits the natural tools to become better.

Ranked # 1 prospect by ESPN., #4 by CBS, #5 by NFL.

1/15/13

Gil Brandt NFL.com

The Titans gave up more than 2,000 rushing yards this season; Lotulelei would be the perfect antidote for their troubles.

2. Werner

4.Warmack

5. Milliner

6. Moore

8. Ogletree

11.Jordan

12.Ansah

15.Lacy

19.Te'o

21.Mingo

Chance Warmack, OG Alabama, 6'3" - 320

Sturdy guard with dominating strength at the point of attack and mobility to clear running lanes. His toughness and durability are outstanding, and he grades out as one of the elite talents in the 2013 draft, and as a probable starter day one on Sundays -- and he'll stick around for a long time.

1/15/13

Bucky Brooks NFL.com

Mike Munchak can appreciate a big, athletic interior blocker with the strength to move defenders off the ball.

2.Moore

5. Werner

6.Milliner

9.Mingo

18. Star

20. Te'o

21.Jordan

Chance Warmack, OG, Alabama

See above scouting report.

1/15/13

Daniel Jeremiah

NFL.com

No Explanation.

5.Moore

6.Jordan

9.Werner

12.Mingo

Bjoern Werner, DE, FSU - 6'4" - 255

This is a last minute addition to the draft database. Werner is usually a top 5 mocked player but we can see with a mock like this one of the ways Werner could fall to us if there are multiple teams willing to reach on QBs.

2012 stats: 42 tackles, 13 sacks.

CBS write up: Werner has good get-off quickness and bend to beat blockers off the snap. Natural instincts and upside makes him an attractive pass-rushing prospect for teams selecting in the top five. Still developing, with a high ceiling, but already shows outstanding football awareness, reading the ballcarrier and batting down passes at the line of scrimmage. Strong hands to win the edge and get around blockers, using his body strength and feet to flatten to the pocket.

Check out Mocking the Draft's scouting report on Werner by clicking here.

1/23/13 Pigskinheaven.com

Joe Mazzulo

First 10 picks -

1. Joeckel 2.G.Smith 3.Lotulelei 4.Jordan 5.Fisher 6.Moore 7.Barkley 8.Nassib 9.Glennon 12.Warmack

Munchak needs to get more production out of his defensive ends and Werner can do just that. Capable of playing either side, Werner is a relentless pass rusher who can more than hold his own against the run. His arrival would push undersized rush end Wimbley into more of a situational role and strengthen the rush defense on the weak side. When Wimbley comes in on 3rd down to rush the pass Werner can line up at LE or even from inside at one of the DT spots.

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