Please Register or Log in to Remove this Advertisement! Thanks for the updates brother. Lynch and Jones are two guys who have a real good shot at making the roster because we have room for a 3rd RB and another LB if both can play STeams well. For a guy with Jones obvious talent to go undrafted there must be more than just the failed UA that concerned teams. Sounds to me like he's a little undisciplined in more ways than one so he's a gamble but maybe this is where the Herring connection helps. Sounds like Jones needs to be around vet players and a tough coach who makes him toe the line. They don't often get that in college and it's obvious in quite a few younger players. Besides that he could be a victim of the same things Vereen was. By moving around as much as he has maybe no one had as much tape on him as they would have liked but from what I saw the kid has a motor and he knows how to find the ball. We need a LB who shows up to play much harder than Greene did last year and maybe this is the guy who'll push him up or out. Lynch is just a natural football player and he has the right attitude about his career. Heisman votes rarely mean much in the NFL since half those guy are utter failures once they leave the systems that made them great in college and hit the pros. I'm just basing my opinions about him from what I saw on his game tapes. He knows what to do when he's carrying the football. He has great vision, instincts, a little bit of make you miss, and he's a very tough runner to bring down for his size. He plays much bigger than he is. There's a lot they can do with him if he sticks. Carey never looked as slow in his vids as he timed. He may not have long speed but once he gets moving he can keep his speed up while making cuts and he's another tough runner to tackle because of his height. The perfect compliment to Forte's style is a simple one cut north/south back who can get some tough yards inside and still has the ability to make people miss. Bush actually had a little of that too but so does Carey and he's a lot cheaper. This is gonna sound a little blasphemous but there's a but of Payton in Carey. Walter was never that fast either but he was a very productive back in college and a prolific scorer just like Carey has been. Whenever Walter needed to gain a couple of yards for a 1st down or make the end zone on a crucial goal line play he always found a way to do it. I see that in Carey as well. He's not as flashy as a Reggie Bush type but he's also far more dependable when you need a guy to get you some positive yardage. I think we added some nice offensive depth with Carey and Lynch and also protected ourselves against a serious injury or a major decline in Forte's production. These guys are both good investments. Jones will be as well if he matures as a player and realizes the NFL isn't Florida State and what goes there won't cut it in the NFL.