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Austin Gayle
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Pro Football Focus 6m
The team at PFF dishes on 'their guys' ahead of the
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Austin Gayle 16h
Replying to @FourVerts
This is good.
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Austin Gayle 18h
Replying to @TDGawd
Pick Nos. 20 - 60 are the sweet spot for cornerbacks, imo. I like getting into that range A LOT.
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Austin Gayle 19h
Replying to @JoshNorris
yeesh Parris Campbell in R1 would be 🤮, imo.
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Austin Gayle 19h
This is awesome, Tyler.
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Austin Gayle 19h
Trade out Devin White for Josh Allen/Quinnen Williams, and I'm all in.
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Austin Gayle 20h
Replying to @holistic_pickle
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Austin Gayle 20h
Replying to @raider_chucky
Danielle Hunter is the first name that comes to mind, but Burns may even be better... 👀
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Austin Gayle 20h
Jon Gruden taking pick No. 15, a 2020 first-rounder and some change to help his brother in Washington move from No. 15 to No. 4 makes a lot of sense... OAK would have a decent chance at landing Brian Burns, Devin Bush or a top CB at No. 15.
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Austin Gayle 21h
Yes.
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Austin Gayle 21h
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Austin Gayle 21h
"Diontae Johnson () is (wrongfully) flying under the radar in this year’s class. The Toledo product is a skilled, deceptive route-runner with an unparalleled ability to create separation at the intermediate and deep levels of the field." 📰:
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Austin Gayle 23h
Replying to @PFF_Mike
Former 5🌟, 6-foot-5 & 265 pounds, athlete with solid production/grading as a true sophomore!? Yes, please.
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Austin Gayle 23h
Replying to @PFF_Mike
I see no lies. He's a freak, loved watching him when trying to watch Dre'Mont Jones this offseason.
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Austin Gayle 23h
Replying to @PFF_Mike
Chase Young is awesome -- big fan.
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Austin Gayle 24h
. praises Dwayne Haskins' accuracy at the short and intermediate levels of the field, his quick release and how he improved throughout the 2018 season in his latest on the 2019 QB class. 📰:
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Austin Gayle Apr 24
Replying to @PFF_Steve
. does a great, great job of diving into the good and bad in Dwayne Haskins' game in this piece. Steve also makes a great comp, tying Haskins' game to that of Sam Bradford's. 📰:
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Austin Gayle Apr 24
Marshawn Lynch was truly awesome, on and off the field, from start to finish -- and that dates back to his Cal days. I'll miss him. Enjoy retirement, .
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Austin Gayle retweeted
Steve Palazzolo Apr 23
Thoughts on finding QB: 1. Missing on a QB is not that big of a deal. 2. Teams that do not have a top 8-10 QB should always be in QB market. Keep looking. ^That obviously includes teams who have drafted young QB over last few years. Don’t be afraid to offend your mid-tier QB
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Austin Gayle Apr 23
Replying to @PFF_AustinGayle
The Dwayne Haskins route is the riskier move of the two, but (again) neither route is a no-brainer decision for OAK — especially if Jon Gruden loves DH.
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