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    Default The Miami Dolphins signed tight end Jeron Mastrud

    The Miami Dolphins signed tight end Jeron Mastrud

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    Cool name.

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    Quote Originally Posted by yousamook View Post
    The Miami Dolphins signed tight end Jeron Mastrud
    According to WHO?????


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    Mustard?






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    Quote Originally Posted by ATLFINFAN View Post
    According to WHO?????

    twitter omar kelly

    http://twitter.com/omarkelly


    according to omar kelly he is a better blocker than Nalbone

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlameItOnTheHenne View Post
    Mustard?
    Jerod Mustard in the billiards room with a noose.

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    OmarKelly‎: Dolphins signed tight end Jeron Mastrud to 53, promoting him from the practice squad. He's a better blocker than John Nalbone
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    All together now:

    WHO????

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    Still trying to figure a way to fit in a "cuttin' the mustard" joke...

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    http://www.cbssports.com/nfl/draft/players/1123294


    Analysis

    Release: Not a blazer off the line of scrimmage, but slips by linebackers and is sneaky-quick into his pattern. Will separate past linebackers once in the second level and get down the seam.

    Hands: Catches ball away from his frame, even when he's facing the quarterback. Good concentration and isn't afraid of the big hit when catching between the linebackers. Gets most high throws, snatching them out of the air even when threatened by the safety. Inconsistent bringing in low throws, as he lacks great flexibility.

    Route running: Best as a move-the-chains receiver but can occasionally make a longer play. Finds holes between linebackers on short patterns, presenting his numbers for the quarterback. Adequate foot quickness on out-routes, although he should sink his hips more going in. Will use a head and body fake to slip by second level and into the third. Boxes out linebackers using his tall frame.

    After the catch: Secures the ball after the catch, with two hands if necessary. Leans forward and keeps his feet alive to run through tackles. Fights for the first down while keeping legs churning. Enough speed to make defenses pay for letting him loose through their zone. Some agility in the open field, but not much elusiveness.

    Blocking: Looks tall and lean, but anchors well on the edge. Readjusts hands if losing his grip after initial contact. Drives into defensive ends on run plays, keeping his hands and feet moving to push him back. Used in motion to seal the edge and in the backfield as an extra pass protector. Fires off the snap to get angle to stop backside run support - although he lacks the strength to sustain against larger ends. Find a target on the second level and sustains in most cases. Struggles with great quickness one-on-one on the outside.

    Intangibles: Plays a lot of snaps and gives good effort on every one. Second-team Academic All-American, KSU's Big 12/Chik-fil-a Fall Community of Champions representative, and nominated for AFCA Good Works Team in 2008.

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    Yikes

    Mastrud is a good collegiate tight end but may struggle to make the transition to the next level. He does not play the game as fast as he times and will struggle to gain separation vs. good man-coverage linebackers. He is a bit stiff in the hips and knees and struggles to sink his hips to get in and out of his breaks quickly. He is effective when running routes vs. zone coverage and knows how to read secondaries and find the open seams. Looks comfortable catching balls up high. He will struggle with low passes, as he lacks the flexibility to reach down and catch the ball while on the move. He shows effort and good hand use when blocking but lacks the strength to drive opponents off the line. Tends to block with a narrow base, which causes him to fall off too many blocks.
    http://www.nfl.com/draft/2010/profil...trud?id=497248

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    The NFL.com profile is pretty accurate. I watched him play at K-State and he never really made a huge impact. He's not really fast and his hands are adequate. He is okay as a blocker but gets a little tall.

    In a lot of ways he is Fasano-lite.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vengeful Odin View Post
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    insightful. I couldn't stop reading!
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    2 weeks... that is how much time I give him. Just don't see him cutting the Mastrud!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vengeful Odin View Post
    The NFL.com profile is pretty accurate. I watched him play at K-State and he never really made a huge impact. He's not really fast and his hands are adequate. He is okay as a blocker but gets a little tall.

    In a lot of ways he is Fasano-lite.

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    OmarKelly‎: Dolphins signed tight end Jeron Mastrud to 53, promoting him from the practice squad. He's a better blocker than John Nalbone
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    That's not saying much.

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    Early in the game maybe?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mroz View Post
    2 weeks... that is how much time I give him. Just don't see him cutting the Mastrud!
    And they resign Nalbone AKA Bonifacio

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    we still have derrick epps on the PS from the U, he could be in line for the next shot if mastrud sucks

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