Ryan Pickett

Houston Texans #94 - Nose Tackle

  • Born: 10/08/79
  • Age: 42
  • Height: 6'2"
  • Weight: 340
  • Seasons: 2001

BRB Groupthink: Retaining One’s Own

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What do you think of the Texans’ offseason moves so far?

2020 Houston Texans Offseason Preview: If I Was Bill O’Brien

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This is where I would walk to if I wore these shoes.

Thursday Cheese Curds: Jimmy Graham is a cautionary free agency tale

With his release seeming more and more likely, Graham’s time in Green Bay should give fans of free agent spending pause

When the Rams have used the franchise tag in the past

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Were they not in a salary cap situation that they need to clear up before making any other moves other than to get some contracts off the books for 2020, the Los Angeles Rams would have at least a...

Former GM Ted Thompson goes into Packers Hall of Fame

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The GM’s first pick defined his tenure, for good and bad.

Packers Offseason Mailbag: Rookie wideouts, pass rush talk, & past drafts

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Past draft classes, which WRs make the cut, and will the pass rush depth please stand up??

Rams All-Bust Team

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You can’t appreciate the good without acknowledging the bad. With OTAs done, let’s look at a cautionary roster of Rams that never panned out.

An NFL Draft history lesson which can be a best “Casey” scenario for Terrell Edmunds

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A look back at a similar top Steelers draft pick in 2001 which made fans say "huh?", but turned out just fine.

Franchise Tags could take possible Packers free agent targets off the market

The Packers appear more likely to make a run at a top-level free agent than at any point in Ted Thompson’s tenure, but a couple appealing options seem to be good candidates for franchise tags.

Packers 2017 Grades: The tight end position was a complete failure

Especially relative to the investment at the position, the Packers’ tight ends were a massive disappointment throughout 2017.

History of first-year GMs from Ted Thompson tree suggests aggressive 2018 offseason

Ted Thompson had a particular way of approaching team building, but his proteges have been much more active in GM jobs elsewhere.

Packers’ history of new GMs suggests Gutekunst will be active in first two years

The last four Packer GMs have been aggressive in their first couple seasons, for better or worse.