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A Look At Our CB/Safety Depth After Draft

Well after a very interesting draft weekend I figured I would list our CB/Safety Depth Chart for everyone to our depth at the positions now.

 

 Please note that the only the starters listed are guaranteed depth chart positions as of right now numbers 2+ are my predicted spots.

So with this depth at secondary we are set for some interesting training camp battles to stay on the roster. I personally see Jerome Carter, Michael Hawkins, Pat Watkins, and Stephen Hodge to be cut before the 53 man roster is due in.

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  1. Derek Sanders
    Derek Sanders says:

    I think they will keep DeAngelo Smith at corner, and I can truly see Pat Watkins nailing down the strong safety spot. I can also see people like Hawkins, Battle, Carter, and possibly Ball getting cut

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  2. James Edwards
    James Edwards says:

    Thrugh the whole offseason I was thinking our WR depth is more of a concern than our secondary,just because there were plenty of secondary players in the later rounds of the draft.And now look uncertainty at WR…..still

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  3. nate
    nate says:

    the 2009 secondery might look like this:

    cornerback

    1.terrance newman
    2.mike jenkins
    3.orlando scandrick
    4.mike mickens
    5.aaron ball

    strong safety

    1.gerald sensabaugh
    2.michael hamlin
    3.maybe stephen hodge if he is a special teams beast and can also play a little linebacker or even fullback

    free safety

    1.ken hamlin
    2. deangelo smith

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  4. Josh Bradley
    Josh Bradley says:

    great list nate but switch Michael Hamlin and DeAngelo Smith around casue smith is more of a SS and Hamlin a FS like the other Hamlin

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  5. nate
    nate says:

    i hear ya. i want the best players on the field, period. if sensabough plays to his potential, he should have the strong position locked up for a while.

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