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Washington released two other defensive linemen in addition to the previously reported departure of Terrell McClain. The team announced it has moved on from A.J. Francis and Montori Hughes, too.
Washington also waived tight end Chris Bazile, linebacker Cassanova McKinzy and defensive back James Sample.
The team drafted two defensive linemen promoting the cuts of McClain, Francis and Hughes.
Bottom Line: Walton has the tools to be a solid third-down option. He does a lot of the things Giovani Bernard does, which makes this pick interesting, because Bernard has not been nearly as productive over the last two years as he was at the start of his career.
DaeSean Hamilton caught 82 passes as a true freshman and then regressed when Christian Hackenberg left, Saquon Barkley became the focal point of the Nittany Lions offense and Hamilton himself began pressing and dropping passes.
That’s a drop in one game from last year’s preseason over/under total. And it’s a suggestion that perhaps things may not be as rosy for a team that has won 12 or more games for eight straight seasons.
Four other teams are pegged at 10 or more wins, with a pair of Pennsylvania teams (Eagles and Steelers) at 10.5 and a pair of NFC North teams (Packers and Vikings) at 10.
The Rams have jumped to 9.5, and the 49ers moved to nine — three more wins than they had in 2017.
Dorance Armstrong recorded 10 sacks in 2016 despite playing through a knee injury. His production dropped to just two sacks last year. Opponents adjusted, but Armstrong didn’t. He has decent initial quickness and an adequate burst, plus a spin move, but he relies too much on his bull rush. Armstrong is active in run defense and has demonstrated some awareness as a defender in space, so he can stay on the field for three downs as an outside linebacker. He has potential as a package player and developmental prospect. The Cowboys remain in extreme Everything is Fine mode at tight end, even though everything is not fine.
It’s also time for schools to print out and digitize bragging rights for fans, opponents and mostly recruits to digest and study over the coming months. See, the NFL draft is pretty important to NFL teams, but it’s also a chance for schools to let you know just how good they are at churning out NFL talent.
LSU’s Odell Beckham Jr. is the only receiver from these schools to be drafted in the first round (No. 12 to the New York Giants in 2014), and that trend could continue in 2018. LSU’s D.J. Chark is climbing up draft boards and could sneak into the first round, but it’s a down year for all three schools in terms of numbers at the position. On Kiper’s Big Board, only Chark (No. 4) and Oklahoma’s Jeff Badet (No. 35) and Jordan Smallwood (No. 86) rank inside his top 126 receiver prospects.
Enrique Hernandez (R), 4 percent, Los Angeles Dodgers at San Francisco Giants (LHP Derek Holland): Much like Wilmer Flores, it’s Pavlovian to use Hernandez with a lefty on the hill. Holland has surrendered four homers over his last two outings, spanning just 10.2 innings.
Albert Almora Jr. (R), 11 percent, Chicago Cubs vs. Milwaukee Brewers (LHP Brent Suter): A .365 OBP, along with a scuffling Ian Happ, has nestled Almora comfortably atop the Cubs’ order. Considering they lead the Senior Circuit in runs per game, this is a favorable place to be.
As we agonize over who the Cleveland Browns will select with the first pick — and consequently send into football purgatory — we’re here to show you which schools have done the best job of sending players to the NFL over the past decade.
If pulling the rug out from under Kirby Smart and his Georgia Bulldogs in the second half of the 2017 national championship wasn’t enough, Alabama claims a share of the draft title over the past decade. It’s easier to win five national titles when you have 22 first-rounders since the 2008 draft. LSU, which is always being compared to Alabama, is still 11 behind Alabama in first-round picks in the past 10 years.