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    Don't forget about Tori Gurley.



    IIRC, the Ravens signed him.

    He was a big-bodied receiver at South Carolina. 6'3"/6'4" 220-230lbs.

    He may be someone to keep an eye on this off-season as well.
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    Re: Don't forget about Tori Gurley.

    Quote Originally Posted by wickedsolo View Post
    IIRC, the Ravens signed him.

    He was a big-bodied receiver at South Carolina. 6'3"/6'4" 220-230lbs.

    He may be someone to keep an eye on this off-season as well.
    also has some decent speed for that size with a 4.56 40.

    Tori Gurley at the combine


    small sample, but he catches away from his body smoothly. One of those under the radar signings that really could pay huge dividends. I wouldnt count him out either.
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    Re: Don't forget about Tori Gurley.

    I been thinking about the IR/PS recently also, and Gurley was one I wondered about.

    Bobby Rainey is another, as is Jack Cornell
    I think we released the TEs Balasavage and Figgins
    Not sure about Nigel Carr LB
    ANy plans for McBean or was that just a wasted year?
    Think we didn't hold I Kitchen or J Baptiste and maybe cut bait with Boren.....
    don't think I will have any idea until after the draft and the udfa signings.....
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    Re: Don't forget about Tori Gurley.

    Quote Originally Posted by Rxdoxx View Post
    I been thinking about the IR/PS recently also, and Gurley was one I wondered about.

    Bobby Rainey is another, as is Jack Cornell
    I think we released the TEs Balasavage and Figgins
    Not sure about Nigel Carr LB
    ANy plans for McBean or was that just a wasted year?
    Think we didn't hold I Kitchen or J Baptiste and maybe cut bait with Boren.....
    don't think I will have any idea until after the draft and the udfa signings.....
    Boren was on the Rams (I believe) last year. Kitchen actually cracked the Cleveland rotation by mid season. I remember he saw quite a few snaps against us when we played the Browns in Cleveland. Not sure about Jean Baptiste, but I don't think he is on the roster anymore.




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    Re: Don't forget about Tori Gurley.

    Watching some YouTube highlights and Gurley laying some monster stiff arms on defenders.




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    Re: Don't forget about Tori Gurley.

    Gurley bounced around between FIVE different teams last year. I'm not holding out any hope for him. I think he will be lucky to make it through the year on a single teams practice squad. I'd love to be proven wrong though because we could certainly use someone with his size and speed.




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    Re: Don't forget about Tori Gurley.

    Reminds me of the guy we got from the Bills a year or two ago....James Hardy? (maybe). We all talked about how his size and speed made him a sleeper and he never really even saw the ball even in preseason.




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    Re: Don't forget about Tori Gurley.

    He was on 6 different practice squads last year.




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    Re: Don't forget about Tori Gurley.

    It's hard to see him making the team with already having 7 WRs, all under the age of 29, currently on our roster. He seems to be a good PS type guy, but right now I would think he's the #3 guy on the list of big, developmental WRs, behind Streeter and Thompson.




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