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Memphis Defensive Lineman Dontari Poe selected by the Kansas City Chiefs with 11th overall pick of the 2012 NFL Draft
NFL Draft 2012 - 11th Pick - Kansas City - Dontari Poe, Memphis (HD) I DON'T OWN VIDEO!!!
Bj Raji, Phil Taylor, and Dontari PoeArrowhead Pride (blog)From watching Romeo it's clear that they finally found their guy, and his name is Dontari Poe. And we decided to do other things, I would've taken the Jonathan Baldwin and Justin Houston picks over simply taking Phil Taylor last year. by KC_Chiefs on ...
Kansas City StarCrennel is key to Dontari Poe pickESPN (blog)By Bill Williamson | ESPN.com Had Todd Haley remained the head coach of the Kansas City Chiefs, the selection of Dontari Poe may not have worked. But the Chiefs are now Romeo Crennel's team, and that's why taking Poe at No.Poe-tential: Chiefs draft Memphis nose tackleKansas City StarDontari Poe draws 'unlimited amount of motivation' from draft chatterCBSSports.com (blog)Dontari Poe To Chiefs With 11th Pick In 2012 NFL DraftHuffington PostSI.com -Bradenton Heraldall 131 news articles »
Chiefs take NT PoeCBSSports.comWith the 11th selection of the first round, the Chiefs drafted NT Dontari Poe of the University of Memphis. Poe (6-3, 346) is a native of Memphis and stayed home to play for the Tigers where over three seasons he played in 35 games, with 101 total ...
Yahoo! SportsChiefs draft Dontari Poe, Eagles trade up for Fletcher CoxWEEI.comBy WEEI The Chiefs beefed up their defensive line Thursday night by drafting Memphis defensive tackle Dontari Poe 11th overall. The Bills were another team that could have used inside linebacker help, but with Luke Kuechly off the board, ...Will David DeCastro fall to the Bengals?ESPN (blog)NFL Draft Update, Day 1Sports Networkall 354 news articles »
Bleacher ReportNFL Draft Profile - Dontari PoeMiamiHerald.comBy Sports Network If a name had to be given to commemorate the first round of the 2012 NFL Draft, it would have to be "Tornado Day." Andrew Luck already has a pretty good idea of what to expect in his new NFL digs. He'll be wearing a No.2012 NFL Mock Draft: Dontari Poe and First-Round Worthy Defensive TacklesBleacher ReportNFL Draft 2012: Mel Kiper Mock Draft Has Steelers Selecting Dontari PoeSB NationNFL Draft 2012Ct PostWashington Post (blog) -USA TODAY (blog)all 5,028 news articles »
Chiefs select DT Dontari Poe with 11th pickFOX Sports Kansas City(AP) -- The Kansas City Chiefs have selected Memphis defensive tackle Dontari Poe, filling one of their biggest needs with one of the biggest gambles in the NFL draft. The Chiefs went with the 6-foot-4, 346-pound tackle with the No.
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For all the KC Chiefs fans who had to miss the 1st pick for the Chiefs in the 2012 Draft.
2012 NFL Draft #11 Pick Overall - Dontari Poe. Kansas City Chiefs
"Dontari Poe, Memphis defensive tackle is compared to Baltimore Ravens defesnive tackle Haloti Ngata. This is Bleacher Report's 2012 NFL Draft Player Comparisons. Subscribe to NFL Draft 365 on YouTube: goo.gl @NFLDraft 365 on Twitter: www.twitter.com Like NFL Draft 365 on Facebook: www.facebook.com
USA TODAYFor NFL Seeking Specialists, an Army of ExtrasNew York TimesDontari Poe, the defensive tackle from Memphis, and Justin Blackmon, the wide receiver from Oklahoma State, come to mind. Then there are prospects who seem to have “future star” tattooed on their foreheads. Like Poe and Blackmon.2012 NFL Mock Draft: Justin Blackmon to Cleveland Browns Has a Ripple EffectBleacher ReportDave Matter explains how NFL draft should goColumbia Daily TribuneDryden's Den: We don't mock, we educateThe People's Defenderall 301 news articles »
Globe and Mail2012 NFL Mock Draft: Mike Mayock Predicts DT Dontari Poe For BroncosSB NationFor the Denver Broncos, Mayock foresees the team grabbing Memphis Tigers defensive tackle Dontari Poe I've been trying to find a spot for him since pick No. 11 with the Chiefs. The Broncos need a guy who can come in and play inside.NFL draft: Broncos trade down twice, out of first roundDenver PostNFL Draft 2012: Denver Broncos Linked To DT Dontari Poe In Tribune Mock DraftSB Nation DenverBroncos trade down, move to No. 31 pickCBSSports.comLongmont Daily Times-Call -ESPN (blog) -SportingNews.comall 145 news articles »
...one day he may be a junior Haloti Ngata,” McShay said. “But Haloti Ngata coming out was a much better football player than Dontari Poe is right now, and that scares me.” When Cox comes off the board early, it will be perceived as a solid pick right away and...
I do not own the clips in the video or audio, all rights go to the respective owners. Music- samspencemusic.com Pictures- Doug Martin-www.mlive.com Courtney Upshaw-sportsillustrated.cnn.com Dont'a Hightower-www.usatoday.com Dontari Poe-www.athlonsports.com Vinny Curry-www.nepatriotsdraft.com Nick Perry-bleacherreport.com Music- Drive to Glory-www.youtube.com Golden Boy-www.youtube.com Why I picked- Doug Martin- The Pats lost their main back Green-Ellis, Woodhead is a good back but they need someone else to compliment him and Martin is the best avalible back. Courtney Upshaw- Upshaw can get after the QB and tackle the back in the backfield and would be able to help Clay Matthews at Linebacker. Dont'a Hightower- Hightower also can get after the QB and is a good tackler along side Upshaw, Ray Lewis isnt getting any younger so Hightower could be his eventual replacment. Dontari Poe- Poe had poor season results with only 22 tackles but is so fast and powerful that he is hard to pass up at this point in the draft. Vinny Curry- The Pats also need to help their 32nd ranked defense from last year and adding one of the best pass rushers in the draft would help, also Vinny can create turnovers and stop the run. Nick Perry- Will be a nice addition to the Giants D-Line, he can rush the QB and make tackles might not start his first season but will be a contribution and backup if he is needed.
Boston.comPotential for Memphis's Poe is big - very bigBoston.comMemphis defensive lineman Dontari Poe, a 346-pounder, was impressive at the combine. (joe robbins/Getty Images) By Shalise Manza Young Sir Isaac Newton taught us that mass times acceleration equals force. When a 6-foot-3-inch, 346-pound man (mass) runs ...Dontari Poe's athleticism is off the chartsNorthJersey.comNFL DRAFT PREVIEW: Defensive linemen Potential for Memphis's Dontari Poe is bigBoston GlobeMother, coaches proud of University of Memphis' NFL-bound Dontari PoeMemphis Commercial AppealBleacher Report -Rotoworld.com -Comcast SportsNet Philadelphiaall 60 news articles »
Mocking the NFL draft. I'm placing the picks with the respective teams on Madden 12. These are obviously not official rosters—but it allows fans to wet their appetites for updated rosters in Madden 13—as well as the upcoming season. These picks are from Mel Kiper, Jr's latest mock draft, found here insider.espn.go.com Do you agree with the picks here? Let me know in the comments.. Check out my latest mock draft published on Bleacher Report. I mock the first round, and focus on players with a chance to win a NFL MVP award in the future: bleacherreport.com
The top defensive tackle in the draft is a disruptive force and has scouts drooling at his potential.
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Memphis DT Dontari Poe opened some eyes at the NFL Combine with an off-the-charts performance. Is he the real deal or just the latest workout warrior who won't live up to the hype?
NFLDraftScout.com's senior analyst, Rob Rang, joined the Tim Brando Show to discuss the upcoming NFL Draft including news on quarterback Ryan Tannehill, linebacker Courtney Upshaw and defensive tackle Dontari Poe.
Tune in as the Inside College Football panel breaks down the top defensive line prospects in this year's 2012 NFL Draft.
In terms of defense, Dontari Poe is one name to remember as draft day approaches. What defensive position will be the strength in this year's draft? CBSSports.com's Pat Kirwan and Jason Horowitz analyze the defensive positions in the 2012 NFL Draft.
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Peter Schrager looks at some potential duds on draft day.
...of the players in this year's NFL draft who has been moving around the draft boards more than a yo-yo is Dontari Poe out of Memphis. Before the NFL scouting combine, Poe was slated to be a second-round pick and was listed around the fifth- or sixth-best tackle...
...prior to the game against the UCF Knights at Bright House Networks Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Douglas Jones-US PRESSWIRE Dontari Poe’s draft stock has been all over the place these last couple months. He started out as a second round guy, then he posted insane...
FOXSports.com's Brian Billick and Taylor Jones break down the top defensive tackles entering the 2012 NFL draft.
Some NFL scouts are hoping that beacuse Dontari Poe's measurables are similar to Haloti Ngata's, he'll be a similar player. But there's a catch: Poe's measurables are more impressive than Ngata's.
PFW's Nolan Nawrocki answers your NFL Draft questions: Who joins Dontari Poe and Stephen Hill as this year's workout warriors? What QB would fit with the San Diego Chargers? Could the Pittsburgh Steelers look at LaMichael James or Chris Rainey?
Dontari Poe was a flop in the 3 cone drill
When NFL General Mangers, Presidents and Coaches assemble in their respective war rooms, it's as if they're bellying up to the blackjack table at a casino, risking money and future success on draftees. That goes for any player being drafted, but some players are even riskier and can cost franchises dearly. On the other hand, if a team is willing to go "all in" on a risky athlete, it could earn them the jackpot. That's the subject of this week's Rush Segment from NFLDraft365 as Matt Miller, Dylan MacNamara, Evan Adrian and Ryan O'Leary discuss the merits of drafting some of the riskier picks in the year's draft crop. See what they have to say about the likes of Janoris Jenkins, Dontari Poe, Quinton Coples and Alshon Jeffery. NFLDraft365 is a production of Bleacher Report Videos. The show highlights all of the players, news, happenings and opinion surrounding the NFL Draft and is covered year-round for NFL fans, who are serious about their teams. Remember to Subscribe! goo.gl NFL Draft 365 on Twitter - www.twitter.com NFL Draft 365 on Facebook - www.facebook.com
Dontari Poe is another polarizing figure in this year's draft. He possesses very rare athleticism for a man his size, but did not consistently dominate against the lower level of competition that Memphis faced week in and week out. Poe rocketed up draft boards after turning in a truly impressive performance at the combine, and if a team can improve his consistency and technique, they could turn the raw workout warrior into a real force to be reckoned with. Combine results: 40-yard dash - 4.98 secs Bench press - 44 reps Vertical jump - 29.5" Broad jump - 8'9" 3-cone drill - 7.90 secs 20-yard shuttle - 4.56 secs Scouting report: www.mockingthedraft.com To watch our collection of player profile videos -- growing every day -- subscribe to the SB Nation NFL channel here, as well as SB Nation's main channel at www.youtube.com Photo Credits: Picture 1: Jerome Miron-US PRESSWIRE Picture 2: Brian Spurlock-US PRESSWIRE Chalkboard: www.shutterstock.com Image ID: 75333472 Copyright: Angela Waye
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Defensive tackle Dontari Poe is a versatile defender whose thick frame and off-the-charts athleticism could land him in the top 10 of the first round of the NFL Draft.
ESPN Sport Science tests DE Quinton Coples. "With the 16th pick in the 2012 NFL Draft, the New York Jets select: Quinton Coples, Defensive End, North Carolina."
...into a guy based upon numbers he put up at the combine if he didn't produce in college. And make no mistake about it, Dontari Poe didn't produce in college. In fact, if he hadn't participated in the combine, he would be projected as a fifth-round pick or worse....
Dontari Poe vs MTSU
1. Indianapolis Colts: Andrew Luck, QB, Stanford 2. Washington Redskins: Robert Griffin, QB, Baylor 3. Minnesota Vikings: Matt Kalil, OT, USC 4. Cleveland Browns: Trent Richardson, RB, Alabama 5. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Morris Claiborne, CB, LSU 6. St. Louis Rams: Justin Blackmon, WR, Oklahoma State 7. Jacksonville Jaguars: Michael Floyd, WR, Notre Dame 8. Miami Dolphins: Ryan Tannehill, QB, Texas A&M 9. Carolina Panthers: Dontari Poe, NT, Memphis 10. Buffalo Bills: Riley Reiff, OT, Iowa 11. Kansas City Chiefs: David DeCastro, G, Stanford 12. Seattle Seahawks: Quinton Coples, DE/DT, North Carolina 13. Arizona Cardinals: Luke Kuechly, ILB, Boston College 14. Dallas Cowboys: Courtney Upshaw, DE/OLB, Alabama 15. Philadelphia Eagles: Fletcher Cox, DT, Mississippi State 16. New York Jets: Melvin Ingram, DE, South Carolina 17. Cincinnati Bengals: Dre Kirkpatrick, CB, Alabama 18. San Diego Chargers: Whitney Mercilus, DE/OLB, Illinois 19. Chicago Bears: Kendall Wright, WR/KR, Baylor 20. Tennessee Titans: Michael Brockers, DT, LSU 21. Cincinnati Bengals: Cordy Glenn, G, Georgia 22. Cleveland Browns: Stephen Hill, WR, Georgia Tech 23. Detroit Lions: Janoris Jenkins, CB, North Alabama 24. Pittsburgh Steelers: Dont'a Hightower, ILB, Alabama 25. Denver Broncos: Jonathan Martin, OT, Stanford 26. Houston Texans: Nick Perry, DE/OLB, USC 27. New England Patriots: Devon Still, DT, Penn State 28. Green Bay Packers: Stephon Gilmore, CB, South Carolina 29. Baltimore Ravens: Peter Konz, C ...
Be sure to check out the second half of my big board coming soon. 10. Dontari Poe, DT, Memphis 9. Luke Kuechly, LB, Boston College 8. Riley Reiff, OT, Iowa 7. Quinton Coples, DE, UNC 6. Trent Richardson, RB, Alabama
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NFL Draft prospect Dontari Poe talks to the media on Pro Day.
Josina Anderson proflies NFL Draft prospect Dontari Poe.
1. Fletcher Cox DT/DE Mississippi State 6'4 298 Grade:169/200 2. Michael Brockers DT Louisiana state 6'5 322 Grade:167/200 3. Dontari poe NT Memphis 6'4 346 Grade:166/200 4. Jerel Worthy DT Michigan State 6'2 308 Grade:150/200 5. Devon Still DT/DE Penn State 6'4 303 Grade:147/200 6. Kendall Reyes DT/DE Connecticut 6'4 299 Grade:140/200 7. Alameda Ta'amu NT Washington 6'2 248 Grade:129/200 8. Brandon Thompson DT/NT Clemson 6'2 314 Grade:122/200 9. Billy Winn DT/DE Boise State 6'4 294 Grade:116/200 10. Josh Chapman NT Alabama 6'1 316 Grade:111/200 11. Mike Martin DT Michigan 6'1 306 Grade:104/200 12. Akiem Hicks DT/DE Regina University in Canada 6'4 318 93/200 13. Derek Wolfe DT/DE Cincinnati 6'5 295 Grade:92/200 14. Marcus Forston DT Miami(FL) 6'1 301 Grade:84/200 15. Jay Howard DT/DE Florida 6'3 301 Grade:78/200 16. Mike Daniels DT Iowa 6'0 291 Grade:70/200 17. Dajohn Harris DT USC 6'3 306 Grade:59/200 18. kheeston randall DT/DE Texas 6'4 293 Grade:52/200 19. Toney Jarrod-Eddie DT/DE Texas A&M 6'5 301 Grade:44/200 20. Hebron Fangupo NT BYU 6'1 323 Grade:39/200 21. Brett Roy DT/DE Nevada 6'3 275 Grade:33/200 22. DeAngelo Tyson DT/DE Georgia 6'2 315 Grade:29/200 23. Tydreke Powell DT North Carolina 6'2 309 Grade:28/200 24. Logan Harrell DT/DE Fresno State 6'2 278 Grade:26/200 25. Dominique Hamilton DT Missouri 6'4 313 Grade:25/200 26. JR Sweezy DT/DE North Carolina state 6'5 298 Grade:25/200
Dontari Poe All 65 Defensive Snaps
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What's up Broncos fans, I'm back here to talk about some the players and positions I would like to see the Broncos target in this year's Draft.
I don't claim any rights to this video. Just trimmed it down from its 20 minute length. Here's the original video: www.youtube.com