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NFL releases official order of 2010 draft

 

 

 

 

 

The league released the official order of the upcoming 2010 NFL draft. Here is a quick look at where the Raiders pick in the three-day, seven-round process that begins April 22:

First round: No. 8 overall
Second round: No. 39 overall
Third round: No. 69 overall
Fourth round: No. 106 overall
Fifth round: No. 138 overall
Fifth round: No. 158 overall (the Raiders received this selection from the New England Patriots last year in a trade for defensive end Derrick Burgess).
Seventh round: No. 215 overall
Seventh round: No. 251 overall (this is a compensatory selection awarded the Raiders by the league)
The Raiders are without a sixth-round pick in this year’s draft because they used it and a seventh-rounder in the 2009 draft to get a sixth-rounder from the Carolina Panthers in the 2009 draft so that they could select tight end Brandon Myers.

 

 

What follows is a round-by-round breakdown of the entire draft (32 of the picks are compensatory):

 

 

ROUND ONE

 

Round Pick Overall Club
1 1 1 St. Louis
       
1 2 2 Detroit
       
1 3 3 Tampa Bay
       
1 4 4 Washington
1 5 5 Kansas City
       
1 6 6 Seattle
1 7 7 Cleveland
1 8 8 Oakland
       
1 9 9 Buffalo
       
1 10 10 Jacksonville
1 11 11 Denver from Chicago
1 12 12 Miami
       
1 13 13 San Francisco
1 14 14 Seattle from Denver
1 15 15 New York Giants
1 16 16 Tennessee
1 17 17 San Francisco from Carolina
       
1 18 18 Pittsburgh
1 19 19 Atlanta
1 20 20 Houston
       
1 21 21 Cincinnati
1 22 22 New England
       
1 23 23 Green Bay
1 24 24 Philadelphia
       
1 25 25 Baltimore
       
1 26 26 Arizona
       
1 27 27 Dallas
       
1 28 28 San Diego
       
1 29 29 New York Jets
       
1 30 30 Minnesota
       
1 31 31 Indianapolis
       
1 32 32 New Orleans

 

 

ROUND TWO

 

Round Pick Overall Club
2 1 33 St. Louis
       
2 2 34 Detroit
       
2 3 35 Tampa Bay
       
2 4 36 Kansas City
2 5 37 Washington
       
2 6 38 Cleveland
2 7 39 Oakland
2 8 40 San Diego from Seattle
       
2 9 41 Buffalo
       
2 10 42 Tampa Bay from Chicago
2 11 43 Miami
2 12 44 New England from Jacksonville
       
2 13 45 Denver
2 14 46 New York Giants
2 15 47 New England from Tennessee
2 16 48 Carolina
2 17 49 San Francisco
       
2 18 50 Kansas City from Atlanta
2 19 51 Houston
2 20 52 Pittsburgh
       
2 21 53 New England
2 22 54 Cincinnati
       
2 23 55 Philadelphia
2 24 56 Green Bay
       
2 25 57 Baltimore
       
2 26 58 Arizona
       
2 27 59 Dallas
       
2 28 60 Seattle from San Diego
       
2 29 61 New York Jets
       
2 30 62 Minnesota
       
2 31 63 Indianapolis
       
2 32 64 New Orleans

 

 

ROUND THREE

 

Round Pick Overall Club
3 1 65 St. Louis  
       
3 2 66 Detroit
       
3 3 67 Tampa Bay
       
3 4   Washington (Exercised in Supplemental Draft)
3 5 68 Kansas City
       
3 6 69 Oakland
3 7 70 Philadelphia from Seattle
3 8 71 Cleveland
       
3 9 72 Buffalo
       
3 10 73 Miami
3 11 74 Jacksonville
3 12 75 Chicago
       
3 13 76 New York Giants
3 14 77 Tennessee
3 15 78 Carolina
3 16 79 San Francisco
3 17 80 Denver
       
3 18 81 Houston
3 19 82 Pittsburgh
3 20 83 Atlanta
       
3 21 84 Cincinnati
3 22 85 Cleveland from New England through Oakland
       
3 23 86 Green Bay
3 24 87 Philadelphia
       
3 25 88 Arizona from Baltimore
       
3 26 89 Arizona  
       
3 27 90 Dallas
       
3 28 91 San Diego
       
3 29 92 Cleveland from New York Jets
       
3 30 93 Minnesota
       
3 31 94 Indianapolis
       
3 32 95 New Orleans
       
3 33 96 Cincinnati (Compensatory Selection)
3 34 97 Tennessee (Compensatory Selection)
3 35 98 Atlanta (Compensatory Selection)

 

 

ROUND FOUR

 

Round Pick Overall Club
4 1 99 St. Louis
       
4 2 100 Detroit
       
4 3 101 Tampa Bay
       
4 4 102 Kansas City
4 5 103 Washington 
       
4 6 104 Seattle
4 7 105 Cleveland
4 8 106 Oakland
       
4 9 107 Buffalo
       
4 10 108 Jacksonville
4 11 109 Chicago
4 12 110 Miami
       
4 13 111 Tennessee
4 14 112 Carolina
4 15 113 San Francisco
4 16 114 Denver
4 17 115 New York Giants
       
4 18 116 Pittsburgh
4 19 117 Atlanta
4 20 118 Houston
       
4 21 119 New England
4 22 120 Cincinnati
       
4 23 121 Philadelphia
4 24 122 Green Bay
       
4 25 123 Arizona from Baltimore
       
4 26 124 New York Jets from Arizona
       
4 27 125 Dallas
       
4 28 126 San Diego
       
4 29 127 Seattle from New York Jets through Philadelphia
       
4 30 128 Minnesota
       
4 31 129 Indianapolis
       
4 32 130 New Orleans
       
4 33 131 Cincinnati (Compensatory Selection)

 

 

ROUND FIVE

 

Round Pick Overall Club
5 1 132 St. Louis
       
5 2 133 Detroit
       
5 3 134 Cleveland from Tampa Bay
       
5 4 135 Washington
5 5 136 Kansas City
       
5 6 137 Cleveland
5 7 138 Oakland
5 8 139 Seattle
       
5 9 140 Buffalo
       
5 10 141 Chicago
5 11 142 Kansas City from Miami
5 12 143 Jacksonville
       
5 13 144 Kansas City from Carolina
5 14 145 San Francisco
5 15 146 Cleveland from Denver through Detroit
5 16 147 New York Giants
5 17 148 Tennessee
       
5 18 149 Atlanta
5 19 150 Houston
5 20 151 Pittsburgh
       
5 21 152 Cincinnati
5 22 153 Tampa Bay from New England
       
5 23 154 Green Bay
5 24 155 New York Jets from Philadelphia
       
5 25 156 Baltimore
       
5 26 157 Baltimore from Arizona
       
5 27 158 Oakland from Dallas through New England and Denver
       
5 28 159 San Diego
       
5 29 160 Cleveland from New York Jets
       
5 30 161 Minnesota
       
5 31 162 Indianapolis
       
5 32 163 St. Louis from New Orleans through Philadelphia
       
5 33 164 Pittsburgh (Compensatory Selection)
5 34 165 Atlanta (Compensatory Selection)
5 35 166 Pittsburgh (Compensatory Selection)
5 36 167 Minnesota (Compensatory Selection)
5 37 168 San Diego (Compensatory Selection)
5 38 169 Green Bay (Compensatory Selection)

 

 

ROUND SIX

 

Round Pick Overall Club
6 1 170 St. Louis
       
6 2 171 Atlanta from Detroit
       
6 3 172 Tampa Bay
       
6 4 173 Miami from Kansas City
6 5 174 Miami from Washington
       
6 6 175 Carolina from Oakland
6 7 176 Seattle
6 8 177 Cleveland
       
6 9 178 Buffalo
       
6 10 179 Miami
6 11 180 Jacksonville
6 12 181 Chicago
       
6 13 182 San Francisco
6 14 183 Denver
6 15 184 New York Giants
6 16 185 Tennessee
6 17 186 Cleveland from Carolina
       
6 18 187 Houston
6 19 188 Pittsburgh
6 20 189 Atlanta
       
6 21 190 New England
6 22 191 Cincinnati
       
6 23 192 Buffalo from Philadelphia
6 24 193 Green Bay
       
6 25 194 Baltimore
       
6 26 195 Arizona
       
6 27 196 Dallas
       
6 28 197 Houston from San Diego
       
6 29 198 New York Jets
       
6 30 199 Minnesota
       
6 31 200 Philadelphia from Indianapolis
       
6 32 201 New Orleans
       
6 33 202 Carolina (Compensatory Selection)
6 34 203 Jacksonville (Compensatory Selection)
6 35 204 Carolina (Compensatory Selection)
6 36 205 New England (Compensatory Selection)
6 37 206 San Francisco (Compensatory Selection)
6 38 207 Tennessee (Compensatory Selection)

 

 

ROUND SEVEN

 

Round Pick Overall Club
7 1 208 St. Louis
       
7 2 209 Buffalo from Detroit
       
7 3 210 Tampa Bay
       
7 4 211 Washington
7 5 212 Miami from Kansas City
       
7 6 213 Seattle
7 7 214 Detroit from Cleveland
7 8 215 Oakland
       
7 9 216 Buffalo
       
7 10 217 Tampa Bay from Jacksonville
7 11 218 Chicago
7 12 219 Miami
       
7 13 220 Denver
7 14 221 New York Giants
7 15 222 Tennessee
7 16 223 Carolina
7 17 224 San Francisco
       
7 18 225 Pittsburgh
7 19 226 St. Louis from Atlanta
7 20 227 Houston
       
7 21 228 Cincinnati
7 22 229 New England
       
7 23 230 Green Bay
7 24 231 New England from Philadelphia through Denver and New England
       
7 25 232 Tampa Bay from Baltimore
       
7 26 233 Arizona
       
7 27 234 Dallas
       
7 28 235 San Diego
       
7 29 236 New York Jets
       
7 30 237 Minnesota
       
7 31 238 Indianapolis
       
7 32 239 New Orleans
       
7 33 240 Indianapolis (Compensatory Selection)
7 34 241 Tennessee (Compensatory Selection)
7 35 242 Pittsburgh (Compensatory Selection)
7 36 243 Philadelphia (Compensatory Selection)
7 37 244 Philadelphia (Compensatory Selection)
7 38 245 Seattle (Compensatory Selection)
7 39 246 Indianapolis (Compensatory Selection)
7 40 247 New England (Compensatory Selection)
7 41 248 New England (Compensatory Selection)
7 42 249 Carolina (Compensatory Selection)
7 43 250 New England (Compensatory Selection)
7 44 251 Oakland (Compensatory Selection)
7 45 252 Miami (Compensatory Selection)
7 46 253 Tampa Bay (Compensatory Selection)
7 47 254 St. Louis (Compensatory Selection)
7 48 255 Detroit (Compensatory Selection)
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  • M Lonetree

    which round is the Usain Bolt pick used?

  • RaiderNsuede

    http://www.philadelphiaeagles.com/eagles_files/html/mcnabb_1.html

    I’m sure he has his up’s and downs and we will find points of his game were he chokes but this is our chance to put butts in seats and return to some relevance.

  • RaiderNsuede

    Oh well.

  • RaiderNsuede

    What up with Marc Bulger?

  • http://none The Real MaddenRaider

    McNabb’s not ready to throw in the towel and call it a career in Oakland, AKA Club Wuss. He’s still got some fire in him.

  • The Big Banana

    Heck, why not? Nnamdi’s a class act and I hate to see him go but, if we’re honest, his talent (and all that money) is being wasted here. Our defense will suck with or without him, unfortunately.

  • http://www.car.org KoolKell

    McNabb is 26-22 over the last 4 years.

    Career Passer rating of 86.5

    Flashy name, Al’s M.O.

  • HayesDaze37

    A starting QB the quality of McNabb is the only reason I would even contemplate a trade of the great Nnamdi.

    To somehow get a Pro Bowl CB along with a proven Pro Bowl “franchise” QB for Nnamdi would have to be looked upon as quite a deal for Oakland. As great as Nnamdi is, nobody’s un-tradeable. Not on this version of the Raiders, anyway.

    Samuel and McNabb — two Pro Bowlers — for Nnamdi seems a little too rich to be true. If not, it’s time to swallow hard and make that move.

    Or just stay with Gradkowski and JaMarcus, et al, and keep rebuilding with the young guys…

    …either way, this Raiders team is looking better than last year’s version already. Keep it up, Al!

    It’s a great day to be a Raiders fan! Isn’t it?

  • http://none The Real MaddenRaider

    What do you guys think McNabb would honestly do here, other than sulk? It took Richard Seymour a week to get on the plane. He really didn’t help our defense at all. He’s just keeping himself in shape and going through the motions hoping for a post Raider career. McNabb will probably retire the minute he’s traded here. You guys think McNabb is sold on the Raiders’ system? Does he look that stupid to you?

  • edward teach

    Kell,

    You of all people should understand the importance of bringing someone like McNabb on board.

    You continually complain in here that the Raiders don’t develop talent, and that they are terrible at developing quarterbacks. You also can’t stop talking about Al Davis not doing enough to win.

    McNabb is a true professional, and has been for eleven years. He (or a player like him) is who we should have had in here from the beginning to show Russell the ropes, and what it takes to be an NFL quarterback. He also has infinitely more ability to help this team win games than ANYBODY posing as a QB on the current roster.

    Al is trying to do exactly what you complain about him NOT doing, and still you have a problem.

    Nothing personal, but you need to ease up on the Eyore routine a little bit.

  • http://none The Real MaddenRaider

    BTW, that’s why this trade’s not going to happen. Al doesn’t want it because McNabb has already made it clear that he’s done playing football the minute the trade is official. Al will get burned, and he knows it. That’s why this story’s dying. It’s over.

  • http://i380.photobucket.com/albums/oo249/the408RAIDER/749px-I-420svg.png 408RAIDER

    fugg pft…

  • 30 year raider

    GOOD AFTANOOOOON RAIDUH NATION!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • http://www.car.org KoolKell

    Ed

    Why am I, the only guy here, a fan of some 44, years not entitled to my “Raider” opinion?

  • 30 year raider

    THE WAY I SEE IT AFTER 44 YEARS YOU CAN TALK AS MUCH SHYT AS YOU WANT!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • inonewordraider

    Can Samuel play man to man or would we be getting Deangelo Hall 2.0?

  • http://www.car.org KoolKell

    Ed

    For the last 20+ plus years, I’ve seen players come and go, the High and the Low.

  • edward teach

    I’m not saying you’re not entitled, Kell. I’ve been a fan as long as you, and I know what it means to follow this team for that long.

    What I’m saying is that you’re not seeing the effort that Al’s (allegedly) making to improve the team right now, and for once it’s a pretty smart move that could pay dividends in a lot of areas. It’s almost like you don’t WANT to see it, and that’s a bit strange coming from someone that loves the team as much as you do.

    Like I said, it’s not personal. I’m just a little surprised.

  • Raiders4eve

    I think that is a good deal. MCnabb and Asante for Nnamdi, that is a steal!!!! Do it

  • 30 year raider

    but on a serious note we need some kind of a spark for our franchise… i said a weeks ago we blew three games last year we really should have won with a cast of misfits and walkons… Mr. Chunky soup would get us to 10 wins. he would keep our offense on the field a whole lot longer and is excellent veteran guy- great lockerroom presence to add to our very young squad. GUARENTEED 10 wins with chunky soup…lets make an offer so they can at least counter offer… and then we can have some action!!!!!

  • http://www.car.org KoolKell

    Ed

    Get back to me in October, ok.

  • inonewordraider

    Mcnabb doesn’t wanna come here but he’ll go to the Rams and the Rams are offering the 2nd plus sounds to me like the Eagles are looking for the Bills and Raiders to spice up the offer

  • http://none The Real MaddenRaider

    We don’t need a spark. We need to build a football team. A team that’s sucked for 7 years straight is in need of more than a spark.

  • http://www.car.org KoolKell

    If Al Davis genuinely wants to help. Retire.

    Bringing in another flashy off-season acquisition is not going to change the organizational dysfunction one bit.

    Been there, done that.

  • edward teach

    Kell,

    Lol. I know, I know. “I’ll believe it when I see it.”

    Part of me is like that, too. The last several years have been rough on everybody, and sometimes even the dumb moves get folks excited for awhile.

    I guess I just like this one because it seems to make a lot of sense, is all.

    Peace.

  • HayesDaze37

    I’m no math-wiz, but regarding McNabb’s record at the helm the past few years…

    …a W-L record of 26-22 = .542 winning percentage…

    …in what is one of the toughest divisions in the NFL year-in and year-out…

    …with few weapons at his disposal (kinda like the Raiders).

    McNabb is a winner. A BIG WINNER, who would transform this team immediately.

  • http://www.car.org KoolKell

    The Raider season has not made it to Halloween since 02′

  • edward teach

    You could say that the Raider season HAS been Halloween since ’02.

    Without the treats.

  • http://none The Real MaddenRaider

    Ha ha, Kell. Good one. About how Al can help.

  • Senior Beeecham

    How strange – Krappy is waddling around in his dirty diaper whining about Al Davis. Good one, you wacky old goof!

    Krappy, usually you’re taking your afternoon snooze around now or giving a Broker’s Tour of that SUPER HOT townhouse that’s just burning up the marketplace.

    BTW – Does that thing come with running water and bathrooms? Or is it designed more to act as a horse stable?

  • http://none The Real MaddenRaider

    Like my parents used to say when I was a kid. “You can help by staying out of the way”. Sadly, when we get old we sort of revert back to our child like state. And, Al’s no exception. The only way he can truly help is by staying out of the way. Al Davis has become no different than a kid constantly running in front of you when you’re trying to move furniture. That’s really who he is to the serious football people that manage to get a job in Oakland.

  • M Lonetree

    with Super Mario and “Ole” Barnes manning the corners and McFlaw picking up blitzing opponents, Donnie McNabb would be on the disabled list for ribs or knee by week two.
    Sorry as it may seem to some of you, but the current QBs are a better option than an expensive IR hit.

  • http://CableBumaye 909RaiderLifer

    Sounds way to good to be true. More than likely, another case of pft.com throwing more “pie” at the wall…

  • 30 year raider

    how mant wins does mr. chunky soup gets us if hes the qb here???????????? im talking with a healthy line, poss picking up a bobbie williams or a chester pitts????

  • http://none The Real MaddenRaider

    McNabb will refuse to show up in Oakland, nullifying the trade.

  • 30 year raider

    anybody care to answer?????

  • HayesDaze37

    HYPOCRITE ALERT HYPOCRITE ALERT HYPOCRITE ALERT

    The Real MaddenRaider Says:

    …/…It took Richard Seymour a week to get on the plane. He really didn’t help our defense at all.

    …/…We don’t need a spark.

    ———————–

    Where’s this “our” and “we” stuff coming from?

    Oh yeah…WE’VE WITNESSED THIS BEFORE…any time there’s a glimmer of hope that anything positive could possibly come the Raiders way…

    …and suddenly MR’s a fan.

    Once again, MR goes out of his way to show he’s earned that HOF induction into the HYPOCRITE HALL OF FAME.

    C’mon, MR, say it with me (you know you wanna!) –

    IT SURE IS A GREAT EVENING TO BE A RAIDERS FAN! ISN’T IT?

  • 30 year raider

    i can hear Pappa now ” mcnabb looking gets out of the pocket moves to his right finds murphy in the corner of the endzone touchdoooooooooooooooooooooooown Raiduuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuhs!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • 24

    McNabb gives us the better QB and Samuel is a playmaker at corner. With Asomugha here, we haven’t won anything so what difference would it make to see him go? I’m all for the trade. I really like Aso, don’t get me wrong but get the most out of the trade while its on the table. I don’t see how we lose on this one. I’m not sure how Samuel would do within our system, thats our only worry but I do know the Eagles blitz a lot. The question is, do they play man during the blitzes or do they have a lot of zone blitzing?

  • 24

    Samuel has 35 interceptions in 7 years. Asomugha has 11 in 7 years. I don’t know if that means anything but its a big difference.

  • 30 year raider

    # 30 year raider Says:
    March 25th, 2010 at 4:41 pm

    how many wins does mr. chunky soup gets us if hes the qb here???????????? im talking with a healthy line, poss picking up a bobbie williams or a chester pitts????

  • HayesDaze37

    None of any of this is more than a rumor. A few rumors rolled into one…

    Raiders in the news. Positive news. What a concept.

    Keep up the good work, Al Davis!

    Tequila calling…later!

  • inonewordraider

    By Bill Williamson
    NFL.com is reporting the Oakland Raiders are the team in the greatest pursuit of Philadelphia quarterback Donovan McNabb.

    This story has heated up in the last two days. It’s clear we all need to keep our eyes on this as it develops.

    Give credit to Oakland for recognizing it needs to improve its quarterback crew. I don’t necessarily think McNabb, 33, is the right answer for many reasons. But if he comes very cheaply and if he becomes open to the idea of playing in Oakland, this pairing could be intriguing.

    We’ll have plenty more to say about this potential pairing if it continues to develop

  • http://www.car.org KoolKell

    Sure, on paper it looks good.

    Maybe he and Hue Jackson could make some changes, before they sink into the tar pits.

  • SteveAlford21

    Good evening (7:36pm here in Va), Raiders fans!

    How is everyone today?

    I am going to go on record right now as saying that if McNabb can work out a 2 or 3-year deal with us after the trade, but before the season starts… and is willing to mentor JR so that he can begin to start fulfilling his potential, then I will be okay with trading PICKS and Morrison (if needed) for McNabb. I know that the rumor isn’t true, but even the thought of losing our best non-special teams weapon makes me ill… so Nnamdi STAYS!

    I don’t know if McNabb would benefit JR at all, but JR is FINALLY making progress and doing the most basic of things (get in shape and show up), so maybe with a good role model, he might just figure out a way to put it all together within three years.

    In this scenario, I still want to spend our first four picks (whichever they are after the trade) on three offensive linemen and one DT. I would want McNabb to start, Gradkowski as backup, and JR as 3rd string. Even though he’d be 3rd, I would want JR to be holding the clipboard and sending in all the plays… I would never want his ass on the bench when the offense is on the field, he must ALWAYS be standing and taking part in the process, absorbing all that he can.

  • fat kidd

    McNabb to Bills for a Year’s Supply of Buffalo Wings

  • ottocrat

    Former NFL linebacker Elijah Alexander has died after a nearly five-year battle with cancer. He was 39. Medical City Hospital spokeswoman Bianca Jackson said Alexander died Wednesday night at the Dallas facility. She declined to comment on cause of death.

    Alexander was diagnosed with multiple myeloma, a cancer of the bone marrow, in 2005, four years after his career ended in Oakland.

    The former Kansas State player spent nine seasons with four teams. After one year with Tampa Bay in 1992, Alexander spent three seasons each in Denver and Indianapolis. He made 29 starts in 30 games for Oakland during the final two years of his career in 2000-01.

  • 24

    ESPN2009 Scouting Report – Scouts Inc.
    Grade: 84 | Key

    Comment: Samuel has excellent athleticism and instincts. He is a confident defender who is able to maintain proper body position and leverage in both man and zone coverage. He has a great feel for reading and reacting to route progressions. He has excellent speed, quickness and burst to close on the ball. Samuel is a willing run-support player but isn’t a physical tackler. Samuel is considered one of the top corners in the NFL and should continue to be very productive for the Eagles.

    Interesting note…Scout.com has Asomugha tied for 1st as best corner with Bailey with a ranking of 92. Samuel is listed as tied 3rd with Marcus Trufant with a ranking of 84. So it goes…

    Champ Bailey – 92
    Nnamdi Asoumugha – 92
    Asante Samuel – 84
    Marcus Trufant – 84
    Terence Newman – 82
    Antonio Cromartie – 82
    Rashean Mathis – 82
    Charles Tillman – 81
    Charles Woodson – 80
    Shawn Springs – 80

  • 30 year raider

    In this scenario, I still want to spend our first four picks (whichever they are after the trade) on three offensive linemen and one DT. I would want McNabb to start, Gradkowski as backup, and JR as 3rd string. Even though he’d be 3rd, I would want JR to be holding the clipboard and sending in all the plays… I would never want his ass on the bench when the offense is on the field, he must ALWAYS be standing and taking part in the process, absorbing all that he can.
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    good evening steve.

    im with you on this except for the 3 rookie lineman need only 2here. too many youngsters on a line in not good steve..ot, dt, mlb, then a og all in that order

  • Senior Beeecham

    Krappy, I know you find “tar pits” in your diapers every morning when you wake up, but please old goat – keep that info to yourself!

    So get back to me when you have a chance about renting that townhome out as a horse stable. It looks like a barn anyway, so there wouldn’t have to be that many modifications.

    The time to sell is now, Krap Krap! Your bodyguard Jhill would agree!