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Offseason Thoughts: Maclin Sent Packin'

Mario Puig

Mario sets the direction of RotoWire's college football and NFL draft content, with his other responsibilities primarily resting in those same subjects. He's a fan of Arvydas Sabonis.

Luckily for me, it's been a fairly active news week since I posted the first Offseason Thoughts of the year, so there's plenty to examine since the last installation, when the subjects spanned Kelvin Benjamin, Minnesota running backs, Washington running backs, Corey Coleman, Christine Michael, and Detroit's WR3 competition.

This week's article has less breadth, more density.

•There's been a steady flow of optimistic reports on Julius Thomas from Miami media, and I think it all adds up. Thomas is a great athlete – there were a handful of times where I mistook him for Demaryius while watching the Broncos a few years ago – and in Miami he's reunited with coach Adam Gase, who was his offensive coordinator in Denver at the time. Thomas scored 24 touchdowns in 27 games under Gase's watch.

I'm not going to blame Thomas too much for the fact that he had two down years on a trainwreck Jackso

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