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rs drafted at 14 over the years."WhiteFanposts Fanshots Library FalcFans Podcast on The FalcoholicContact The FalcoholicFalcons StoriesScheduleRosterStatsYahoo Falcons NewsYahoo Falcons Team PageYahoo Falcons ReportYahoo Falcons Depth ChartYahoo Falcons TransactionsYahoo Falcons PhotosOdds About Masthead Community Guidelines StubHub 鉁旳 brief history of the 14th pick Youth Brian Poole Jersey , ahead of the Falcons 2019 draft New,28commentsThere have been some truly great players drafted at 14 over the years. EDTShareTweetShareShareA brief history of the 14th pick, ahead of the Falcons 2019 draft The Falcons currently (though not necessarily on draft night) hold the 14th pick in the 2019 NFL Draft. That selection should be able to snag the Falcons a very good player, but you might if yourself wondering if history is on their side in that regard.Today, we’ll take a look to see whether the 14th selection (which the Falcons have not had in the past nearly 40 years, incidentally) has a history of yielding quality players or not. Let’s go back to 2000, with a few highlights of true greats who were drafted since 1980. 2018: DE Marcus Davenport, Saints2017: DE Derek Barnett, Eagles2016: S Karl Joseph Stitched Grady Jarrett Jersey , Raiders2015: WR DeVante Parker, Dolphins2014: CB Kyle Fuller, Bears2013: DT Star Loulelei, Panthers2012: DL Michael Brockers, Rams2011: DE Robert Quinn, Rams2010: S Earl Thomas, Seahawks2009: CB Malcolm Jenkins, Saints2008: T Chris Williams, Bears2007: CB Darrelle Revis Youth Grady Jarrett Jersey , Jets2006: DT Brodrick Bunkley, Eagles2005: LB Thomas Davis, Panthers2004: DT Tommie Harris, Bears2003: DE Michael Haynes, Bears2002: TE Jeremy Shockey, Giants2001: T Kenyatta Walker, Buccaneers2000: TE Bubba Franks, Packers1996: RB Eddie George, Titans1989: DE Jaff Lageman Stitched Terrell McClain Jersey , Jets1983: QB Jim Kelly, BillsWhat can we get out of this list, which I followed all the way back to 2000 before just picking a few highlights out from the years past? The trend since 2000 or so has been to take defensive linemen or secondary players at #14, and the NFL has largely been rewarded with great players by making those choices. Brockers, Lotulelei, Quinn, and Jenkins are all good players, while Earl Thomas and Darrelle Revis are two Hall of Famers. Even some of the more recent picks, like Davenport Marcus Green Atlanta Falcons Jersey , Barnett and Joseph, could turn into quality players in the near future, and Davenport has the tools to be a star. In other words, the 14th pick is usually a pretty good spot to be in if you want a quality defender, and that figures to be the case again this year. Typically teams reach for quarterbacks in the top ten—something the Falcons may or may not see this year, depending on whether teams fall in love with Dwayne Haskins and Daniel Jones—but their chances of getting a player they love in the trenches is very high even if they don’t move. If the Falcons stay at 14, who do you think they’ll pick? In a press conference after the firing of former head coach Vance Joseph, Broncos General Manager John Elway said that Gary Kubiak could return to the coaching staff as the team’s offensive coordinator this year and that he would remain in the organization in one role or another.They’re reportedly making sure of that by denying interview requests from other teams that want to talk to Kubiak about their own coordinator vacancies. Adam Schefter of ESPN reports that the Falcons and Bengals have both requested permission to interview Kubiak since the end of the regular season.Per the report, Kubiak wants to remain with Denver so he may not have taken the interviews anyway. Health issues caused Kubiak to step down as the Broncos’ head coach after the 2016 season and he has worked for the team in a personnel role the last couple of years.Steelers offensive line coach Mike Munchak 2019 Marcus Green Jersey , former Colts coach Chuck Pagano, Rams quarterbacks coach Zac Taylor, Patriots linebackers coach Brian Flores and Bears defensive coordinator Vic Fangio are on the list of candidates for the head coaching job in Denver.

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