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Kendall Beckwith was selected by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in the 3rd round of the 2017 NFL Draft. He was the 43rd pick of the round 107th overall). Draft Tracker
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The Saints are loaded at MLB Coletiger. Loaded with injury prone journeymen and castoffs from other teams. Not one bonafide starter in the bunch. Haven't had a true starter since Vilma. Beckwith is that type of player. A coach on the field and making big time plays. Would have been a huge get. The Bucs know.
Reply6 months
Beckwith & Kwon in Tampa while Debo and Riley are in Atlanta? If the Saints won't take Louisiana boys out rivals will geez.
Reply6 months
Tampa Bay is putting together a quality team. They will, however IMHO, need a new QB.
Reply6 months
Kwon + Beckwith is a good pair of linebackers
Reply6 months
The NFC South teams keep drafting Tigers and keep getting better! Oh wait, with one exception: Guess who?
Reply6 months
The Saints are loaded at middle linebacker. Beckwith is a middle linebacker, not a postion of need for the Saints this year. Beckwith is a thumper that will primarily be used for run stopping with the Bucs.
6 months
Great player for Tampa.
Reply6 months
Love this guy. If he didn't have the injury so late in the season he would have been first or early second round IMHO. I wish him the best and hope he will make those teams the passed him up regret.
Reply6 months
My favorite player. Props to Tampa for having the faith. Kid is a flat out player.
Reply6 months
Steal of the draft. He is 10+ year solid starter.
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43rd pick in the 3rd? There are only 32 teams.
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Compensatory picks
6 months
Beckwith with Keon.
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That's Kwon.
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