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Greg Gabriel
30 years NFL scouting, 9 years as Scouting Director (Bears) , , analyst 670theScore,
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Greg Gabriel 3h
Replying to @mikejurecki
That’s fine but over the last 4-5 years the number is closer to 40%. What’s not calculated is how many go lower than anticipated
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Greg Gabriel 4h
According to the list, there are about 113 underclassmen who declared. The League won’t count guys who have graduated & still had remaining eligibility in their final count. Still it will be a high number
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Greg Gabriel 5h
Replying to @Ourlads_Shonka
Dan you mean you’re going to act like a scout is supposed to act? Watch practice, take notes and shut up. How odd 😬
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Greg Gabriel 18h
Replying to @OptimumScouting
You’re the best with that
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Greg Gabriel 19h
Replying to @nfldraftscout
IPTAY came through big time this year
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Greg Gabriel 20h
Replying to @t_reuther
Thank you
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Greg Gabriel 21h
- I agree with your statement but there is a difference between using truth and facts or running with a narrative to support an agenda
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Greg Gabriel 23h
got news for you. Josh was ALWAYS first choice and deal was ALWAYS going to get done. Now go back to your fantasy football land
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Michael Lombardi Jan 15
it was the worst kept secret in the NFL that the front office in Tennessee wanted Mularkey out but he had the owners support--and they finally wore her down.
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Greg Gabriel Jan 15
I did not know how it’s going to end up in Indy/Tennessee, I’m just trying like everyone else putting 1 & 1 together given the known information
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Greg Gabriel Jan 15
Interesting dynamic on Colts/Titans RE: McDaniels. Ballard/McDaniels have same agent. Titan GM Jon Robinson does not have same guy
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Greg Gabriel Jan 15
There are some “insiders” that have some “splaining” to do to their bosses after totally blowing the Mularkey contract extension report. Not good
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Greg Gabriel Jan 15
Replying to @SteveSiwek
No, the reason being is they just don’t know. They believe what they hear which isn’t necessarily the truth
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Greg Gabriel Jan 15
Replying to @eric_stickler
Underclassmen have been able to enter the draft for years. Yes, we drafted some here in Chicago. Like I said, I have no problem selecting them if they are ready to play both physically and mentally
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Greg Gabriel Jan 15
I’m all for an underclassmen entering the draft IF he is mentally and physically ready for the challenge, and knows the truth about what round he could get selected. Most aren’t/dont
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Greg Gabriel Jan 15
The NFL knows this is a problem and refuses to do anything about it. These kids need to learn more about the real process, then so many mistakes won’t be made. College are at fault also
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Greg Gabriel Jan 15
Not only does a prospect have to be physicals ready to compete w/men. He has to be mentenally mature enough. So many are not. 40% declaring won’t get drafted
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Greg Gabriel Jan 15
Today is last day underclassmen can declare for the draft. There has been over 100 so far. Many are making a mistake and won’t go nearly as high as they thought. The players aren’t properly educated as to the process
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Greg Gabriel Jan 14
So far it looks as if the Steelers felt all they had to do was show up and they would win
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Greg Gabriel Jan 14
The’Burgh is getting their ass kicked. Can they come back from 14-0 down
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