Spielman Excited About Potential Of G Chris DeGeare

Posted by Mike Wobschall on March 2, 2011 – 8:40 am

Over the last week, the NFL’s 32 teams were in Indianapolis for the 2011 NFL Scouting Combine in an effort to continue their analysis of this year’s class of draft-eligible players. While much of the attention from fans and the media is focused on the top-rated prospects who will be selected in the early stages of the draft, NFL teams must also concentrate on prospects who will be available in later rounds.

There’s no doubt that hitting home runs with 1st-round picks is key to success in the NFL. But if you do some research, you’ll see that selections in rounds 2-7 and also the signing of undrafted rookie free agents are just as important. We’ll have more on this in the next blog entry.

For now, though, I wanted to focus on one of those later-round selections who made an impact with the Vikings in 2010. G Chris DeGeare was a 5th-round pick (#161 overall) in 2010 and Spielman was quite complimentary of his performance as a rookie. DeGeare had a terrific offseason and training camp last year, but then dealt with an injury early in the season. Eventually, though, DeGeare got to full strength and found himself playing significant minutes in the second half of the season.

“Last year Chris DeGeare stepped in and after he got his feet wet and got his feet underneath him and started working,” Spielman said. “You’ve seen him start to move up the ladder a little bit and progress each game.”

Spielman went on to point out that DeGeare’s play was even more impressive when you consider that he switched positions after being drafted. DeGeare played a lot of OT in college, but he showed no hesitancy or resistance in making the change with Minnesota. Once he adjust to the speed of the game, Spielman said, DeGeare progressed well game-after-game.

“What I always look for,” Spielman explained, “is when you sit there and evaluate these young guys, ‘Are they continuing to grow? Are they continuing to get better? Are they going down?’ They’re going to have their ups and downs. They’re going to have some good games and some bad games. But as long as you see the progress there you can get pretty excited about what they potentially could bring.

“We felt very strongly with how he played at the end of the season.”

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81 Responses to “Spielman Excited About Potential Of G Chris DeGeare”

  1. By Parody on Mar 2, 2011 | Reply

    That’s all nice and good, but it’s only one young prospect from a group of 5 offensive positions that were underperforming all year. So is McKinnie actually doing anything to improve his play as he promised? Is Hutchinson’s age causing him to lose any skill? Is Sullivan getting any smarter with his defensive reads? Is Hererra worth keeping around after his injuries? How about Loädholt? Will he be caring more and showing more effort than the lacklüster performance we saw from him in his 2nd year?

    The whole line needs to really get things together or needs a strong revamping. At least one good prospect from the draft will be needed regardless of how much they improve. Everybody wants Bartholomew right now, but I don’t know that he’ll be available by the time we are ready to take a chance on him, so who are some of the more promising OL players in the draft that the team is likely to target?

  2. By Rogerthevikefan on Mar 2, 2011 | Reply

    OT Anthony Castonzo, OT Nate Solder, C/G Mike Pouncey for first round consideration. OT Derreck Sherrod, OT/G Ben Ijalana (can’t spell last name), G/C Stephen Wisneski (last name is spelt wrong) for second round consideration. Then there are alot of mid to late guys like G John Moffit and that Bartholomew guy.

  3. By Frederick Jones on Mar 2, 2011 | Reply

    @Mike Wobschall,

    Thank you for the information on Chris DeGeare.

    Parody reminds us that Hutchinson is nearing the end of his career.

    Almost all of the Vikings linemen suffered with injuries all last season.

    There are too many doubts about this group. The Vikings need to take a chance on drafting at least two high round draft choices. They may have their pick of the best OL in the country. NOW is the time ! ! !

  4. By Frederick Jones on Mar 2, 2011 | Reply

    You may say that Joe Webb/Tarvaris Jackson are not the answer at QB.

    You may be right/I may be crazy. But others have suggested grabbing a QB and suffering for a year. There is no reason why we can’t take the chance with drafting OL THIS YEAR.

    Either way we are likely to suffer for a year, unless we get lucky with free agents.

  5. By Frederick Jones on Mar 2, 2011 | Reply

    Draft Ryan Bartholomew #1

  6. By Frederick Jones on Mar 2, 2011 | Reply

    I just wanted to say…

  7. By Frederick Jones on Mar 2, 2011 | Reply

    Bartholomew is not a first round candidate. Forget what I said earlier ! ! !

  8. By Frederick Jones on Mar 2, 2011 | Reply

    However he would be a great choice for the 2nd Round because…

    He holds the school records in the Bench Press (520) and squat (640).

    He was willing to switch to center from guard this year, showing leadership qualities.

    He was the fastest OL in the combine this year.

    He wants to be a coach, and is working on his masters degree in Education.

    Select Nate Solder in the first round ! Bartholomew in the 2nd round.

  9. By Frederick Jones on Mar 2, 2011 | Reply

    I would say 3rd round, but we don’t have one. 4th may be way to late. Bartholomew had a great combine.

  10. By Viking Beast on Mar 2, 2011 | Reply

    Lets draft good this year! Vikings need an “A” draft this year & I wouldnt be disappointed if they traded down to get extra picks & take a QB in the 2nd round if theres not one worth taking in the 1st.

  11. By Rogerthevikefan on Mar 2, 2011 | Reply

    Ponder, Dalton, and Devlin are the only guys worth taking in the 2nd. Ponder has shown no ill affects from the elbow surgury so he probly will rise higher into the 2nd. While Devlin is just awesome. Dalton is just a winner, he just is kinda small so he may go in the 3rd like Colt McCoy.

  12. By Carl K on Mar 2, 2011 | Reply

    @ fred- I admire your enthusiasm for Ryan Bartholomew… Getting to know players like Ryan make the draft fun.

    Here is my thought on Ryan Bartholomew.

    Remember Ryan Cook. He holds most of the weight lifting records at New Mexico and the Vikings got overly excited and took him in the 2nd round when many thought he was a late round prospect. How has that turned out? I think there is something to be said for PRODUCTION on the footb@ll field.

    I have not had a chance to see Ryan Bartholomew play… so I can’t comment on his production on the field.

    Frazier and Speilman have said our High priorities are QB and resigning Rice. If we can’t resign Rice than WR becomes a priority. Frazier feels our young guys like DeGeare, Sully and Loadholt are doing a good job and are on track to get even better. Our older guys are former probowlers who still have gas in the tank.

    I think the 2nd round is too high for Bart.. sorry. keep pushing him… I enjoyed reading your post.

  13. By Carl K on Mar 2, 2011 | Reply

    WR and QB – first two round. or
    Julio Jones 1st round
    Ponder Dalton or Devlin in round two.
    I can live with that.
    And I think Bartholomew will be there in round 4.

  14. By Parody on Mar 2, 2011 | Reply

    Fred – an alternative choice would be to trade down and grab a 3rd round pick. I think we need to get a righ round (1st or 2nd) D-Lineman in this draft. I’d prefer a defensive tackle because I’d like to see Griffen live up to his potential. So 2-offensive linemen and a d-lineman in the first 3 rounds sounds like a good decision to me. That would leave us with 4 promising young players on the OLine (2 rookies, DeGeare and Loadholt). It should set up a good base to build off of for the next half decade. Some good prospects at Safety, Linebacker and Kicker can be picked up in the later rounds, and we can see if we get lucky with a QB in the later rounds as well. I’ve heard that there is some promising projects at QB who are projected to go in the 4th round.

    I like the potential that Webb shows, so I’d rather give him another year or two to show it rather than grabbing an early QB. Free agency can cover the early needs while Webb shows us all whether he’s the real deal. If not, it won’t be this year or bust. The other youth drafted around him can prep the team up for a franchise QB from 2012 or 2013.

  15. By #1Vikingfanofalltime on Mar 2, 2011 | Reply

    If we don’t get a good QB, we’re goin to have some tough seasons ahead. And, is it true Sidney Rice isn’t coming back??

  16. By Angie on Mar 2, 2011 | Reply

    lets draft Brett Favre in the first round so he can not go back into retirement!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  17. By Parody on Mar 2, 2011 | Reply

    #1Viking – No that ‘s not necessarily true. The only thing that Rice has said on the topic is that he wants to test free agency. That could mean nothing more than he wants to use the offers that other teams make him to convince the Vikings to pay him more.

    There still is the possibility that we can get the chance to put a Restricted Free Agent hold on him. But that will depend on how the CBA agreements pan out, which is something that we likely won’t learn of until some time after the draft.

  18. By Parody on Mar 2, 2011 | Reply

    ummm…Angie, with your reasoning, why don’t we draft Barack Obama so that he can’t continue to be the president anymore?

    I hope you’re smart enough to get my drift.

  19. By Carl K on Mar 2, 2011 | Reply

    @ parody – it is not that I disagree with your thought process about our OL and DL line needs, but right now Frazier has been very outspoken about what the priority is… and I think he is a man of his word. He has also said good things about our young OL guys.

  20. By Angie on Mar 2, 2011 | Reply

    Drafting Brett Favre in the first round would be a good idea. We need a quarterback. Parody please don’t hurt my feelings. I am trying.

  21. By Ham on Mar 2, 2011 | Reply

    Don’t draft 1 OL before pick #50. Don’t draft more than 2 in all 7 rounds.

  22. By Carl K on Mar 2, 2011 | Reply

    parody- You might be right about trading back. Frazier has talked about wanting to get extra picks. In that case I could agree with going with best player available…. could be OL or DL.

    If the Vikings were willing to pay Rice as a top 5 WR, they would have put the Tag on him or made him that offer already.

  23. By Sidney Rice on Mar 2, 2011 | Reply

    Show me the money!!!

  24. By Parody on Mar 2, 2011 | Reply

    Angie – not only would it be a bad idea, but any football fan with half a brain knows that it is completely impossible! Seriously, go and read up on the NFL and try to understand what the draft is. Before that, make sure to put down the bottle and the bong-pipe, and wait a couple of weeks for their effects to wear off or else the next thing we might hear is that you want the team to draft your toy-poodle.

  25. By Nick on Mar 2, 2011 | Reply

    Many other priorities before the OL is addressed in this draft. Degeare to replace Herrera would be a step in the right direction.

  26. By Ham on Mar 2, 2011 | Reply

    Draft Brett Favre in the 2nd round!

  27. By Parody on Mar 2, 2011 | Reply

    Carl – your statement about Rice is probably true, but who’s to say that other teams are willing to pay him as a top-5 WR? Granted, he’ll probably get a hefty offer from someone, due to him only having one great year it might not be as high as he hopes. I’m just hoping that the Vikings are playing hardball with the negotiations and still intend to make a strong effort to keep his talent on the team.

  28. By #1Vikingfanofalltime on Mar 2, 2011 | Reply

    We don’t need washed up Favre AGAIN. He’s done. He did his time, let him go. Bring him back and watch our season go down the drain again. Besides What happened to Tavaris Jackson? Do you guy’s think he’s done in Minn.?

  29. By Shawn on Mar 2, 2011 | Reply

    at this point rice basically said he doesnt want to play in minnesota which is probally why he waited till august for surgery … hes only had 1 good year

    LETS MOVE ON !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


  30. By Shawn on Mar 2, 2011 | Reply

    let rice take his OVERPRICED PART TIME JOB elsewhere

    who wants a girl that doesnt want them? NOT ME

  31. By Ham on Mar 2, 2011 | Reply

    Even Tavaris thinks he’s done in MN… Of course dude, say your goodbyes if you need to.

  32. By Parody on Mar 2, 2011 | Reply

    I just found an article that says Pat reported that he is finished in MN, even though he still wants to play 2 more years. Apparantly he feels that he has lost some trust with the coaches.

    Personally I think Pat was a great player for us for 3-years, but I agree that it is time to let him walk. Hard worker or not, he’s just lost too much productivity over the past year. We need to find some youth to replace him.

  33. By NovaScotiaVike on Mar 2, 2011 | Reply

    I just read on CBS Sportsline that the Packers have cut A.J. Hawk for financial reasons. I guess even being the team leader in tackles for the Super Bowl champions does not guarantee you a job with a possible lockout looming.

  34. By NovaScotiaVike on Mar 2, 2011 | Reply

    If this keeps up maybe they will become the Green Bay Marlins!

  35. By NovaScotiaVike on Mar 2, 2011 | Reply

    I like the sound of the Green Bay Devil Rays.

  36. By Parody on Mar 2, 2011 | Reply

    I just looked that Hawk thing up. Apparantly Ted Thompson intends to re-sign Hawk. He just cut the 5th player out of the 1st round of the 2006 draft because he was earning too much money. Now tell me if you feel differently, but if you were a stud at what you do, and your contract had a big chunk of change for your final year, would you take the same job from the same employer for less money than you would have earned if he didn’t fire you?

    If I’m AJ Hawk right now, I’m going to be looking at which divisional opponents need a linebacker the most. That way he can come back twice a year and remind his former coach of just how stupid the move he just made was.

    Aaron Rodgers has had a few concussions right? Maybe Hawk will take his frustration out on the wonder boy and help him into an early retirement package.

  37. By NovaScotiaVike on Mar 2, 2011 | Reply

    Exactly, Parody. Just hope the Bears or Lions don’t go after him.

  38. By NovaScotiaVike on Mar 2, 2011 | Reply

    Jacksonville would be a good fit.

  39. By 4eversteve on Mar 2, 2011 | Reply

    The way Chris DeGeare step up when Hutchinson went down was great hopefully the two guys the Vikings sign to the practice squad this past season can do the same thing, a little different route maybe but nevertheless could end up with same results if the new O-line coach Jeff Davidson can come in and make an immediate impact at that coaching position, considering the job Pat Morris did that shouldn’t be to hard at all to top.

  40. By joshK on Mar 2, 2011 | Reply

    what is a free agent tender that gets you draft picks if the player leaves? why dont we do this with Rice?? cant afford to let rice walk and get nothing in return. we should do the same with ray edwards. get some value when players leave, that could solve our quantity of draft pick problems. rice leaves take julio jones trade the other 1st round pick back pickup pouncey at center. 2nd round QB and a safety

  41. By joshK on Mar 2, 2011 | Reply

    vikings will either have a great year or start rebuilding. i think we should pickup matt flynn or marc bulger. im sure the ravens would trade for sidney with draft picks included. (hope we can attain sidney though)

  42. By NovaScotiaVike on Mar 2, 2011 | Reply

    I still think Carson Palmer has some good years left.

  43. By snags on Mar 2, 2011 | Reply

    we should trade down in the first round and get pouncey and a third round pick then sign Bernard Pollard and with our second pick get a DE and maybe draft kaepernick with the third pick if still available

  44. By Brock on Mar 2, 2011 | Reply

    I think we should stick with Joe Webb. Give the guy a chance and if we go 1-15 then we can get Luck. I dont think that there are any true franchise qb’s this year. And I also think we should draft an offensive tackle and get rid of Mckinney once and for all. Go and party it up in Miami Mckinney and continue to suck…. You havent done anything since the love boat incident. What a disgrace for an NFL player.

  45. By Parody on Mar 3, 2011 | Reply

    @ joshK – That’s not quite the way that the tags work. If the player signs with another team, then that team forfeits their draft pick for the designated round in the next year’s draft. In other words, we’d be getting compensation picks for the 2012 draft, so we’re out of luck for one year if they sign with another team.

    And by the way, today the team put 1st round tags on Rice and Edwards, 2nd round tags on Abdullah and Robison. They won’t be official though until a CBA is completed that confirms their validity.

  46. By joshK on Mar 3, 2011 | Reply

    yep, just saw the tender headline came back to talk about it. glad to see that happen. id like to keep rice but edwards for a 1st rounder sounds ok to me, same with robinson for a 2nd round. did not know about the year delay for picks. hopefully we can have a ton of picks next year and grab a QB then. i think we could revamp and rebuild in a short 2-3 years and still have a ton of core veterans. next year looks not so good, but the year after should be our year to be and stay an elite team

  47. By joshK on Mar 3, 2011 | Reply

    hope we cut berrian, with no elite QB salary we should be able to afford CB asumwa however you spell it. bright future ahead for us. lets get this stadium built

  48. By NovaScotiaVike on Mar 3, 2011 | Reply

    From 1500 miles away PLEASE GET THE STADIUM BUILT.

  49. By Sidney Rice on Mar 3, 2011 | Reply

    Rice has a 1st round tender – 3.442 million (I think he will get interest from other teams) might be hard for the Vikings to keep him. Someone will be hungry for a WR – Rice is worth that price.

    Abdullah’s 2nd round tender worth 1.835… I am shocked Abdullah would want more than that???? I would have thought the Vikings could have resigned him long term for 1.8 mil per year (what is he thinking?). Is he that good of a Safety???

  50. By Parody on Mar 3, 2011 | Reply

    No, Abdullah is not that good. Frankly, I’m surprised that a tender any higher than a 5th round pick was put on him. He was looking better by the end of the season, but no team is going to take a second look at him when they see the price.

  51. By grizz on Mar 3, 2011 | Reply

    there has been a lot of talk about the under achieving ol. Doesn’t it seem a little
    strange that the first thing Fraizer did was get rid of the ol coaching staff. Tice did a good job with a lot less talent for the bears. The problem could very well
    have been coaching and not the players.

  52. By Rogerthevikefan on Mar 3, 2011 | Reply

    Kappy is more of a project than Webb. Stick with Webb as starter. Then mid round Qb as backup compettion. Even though Devlin has 1st round talent he is underated and some scouts think he will go late 3rd to mid 4th. He would push Webb to get better.

  53. By Cali on Mar 3, 2011 | Reply

    Sorry d***s fans, Hawk just re-signed to a 5 year deal. Looks like he’ll be takin to the d***s for 5 more years. I feel sorry for your QB (whoever that loser is), wait, no I don’t. And I saw a few posts about Palmer. I hope you aquire him, so we can beat his a** and send him to an early retirement. Oh well, back to square one for you LOSERS!!!! GO PACKERS!!!!!!!

  54. By DRS on Mar 3, 2011 | Reply

    GB, 0-16, 2011

  55. By DRS on Mar 3, 2011 | Reply

    Lions, 8-8, 2011

  56. By DRS on Mar 3, 2011 | Reply

    Bears, 9-7, 2011

  57. By DRS on Mar 3, 2011 | Reply

    Vikings, 10-6, 2011 if there is a season.

  58. By DRS on Mar 3, 2011 | Reply

    Go vikings!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  59. By DRS on Mar 3, 2011 | Reply

    Packers need not reply, go home; your mommy is looking for you. GB how old is that out dated stadium of yours, putting makeup on it cannot get that pig smell out of there. Go Vikings!!!!!!

    Have to go, G0D bless you all, anymore the rest of the day is not me.

  60. By joshK on Mar 3, 2011 | Reply

    trade berrian for carson palmer, im sure the bengals would be interested in him

  61. By joshK on Mar 3, 2011 | Reply

    or berrian for marc bulger the ravens want a “fast” WR. berrian is underachieving but he is an asset as a bargaining chip, use him

  62. By paul on Mar 3, 2011 | Reply

    DRS, Show a little respect to the SUPER BOWL XLV champion Green Bay Packers..

  63. By Titus on Mar 3, 2011 | Reply

    Packer fans, show some respect for yourselves and go home. True champions walk with class– learn how– in the meantime, stay on your own site. Enjoy.

  64. By Mildred Bailey on Mar 4, 2011 | Reply

    Isn’t Degear good by default. We drafted no one else and what we already have performed poorly. I still don’t understand taking an RB in the second round. I think he looked great, but there had to be an OL we could have used. If not trade down, but get one or two OLs. Had we sat tight in the first round we would have had a blue chipper. Although healthy the CB we took looks like the real thing so okay.

  65. By Cali on Mar 4, 2011 | Reply

    To DRS..VIkings 1-15 Bears 4-12 Lions 7-9 PACKERS 14-2. ALso, we’ll be back in the Superbowl. You’ll be lucky to win that one game. I saw Jackson is now a free agent. He was your last chance at even a decent season. And, about Lambeau, don’t hate. Your just mad cause your roof and your season collapsed. Lambeau is the #1 sports venue in all of sports everyone should visit. When you have such a legendary legacy and you win championships, people wanna hate. You might have a good season like you did in 2009 someday, but it won’t be for years to come. You have the 3rd string QB left, no other QBs yet. You might draft a Gerhart or Newton, but you’ll still be at the bottom. Peterson can’t run the team to the Superbowl like Rodgers threw his way to a title. You’re runnin’ outta options. No Jackson and Rice leaving, who does that leave? Peterson, Harvin? I like your optimism drs, but a 10-6 season sounds far fetched.

  66. By Titus on Mar 4, 2011 | Reply

    Packers 14-2?? That is straight from la-la-land, folks. You heard it hear on– delusional Packer fan predicts only 2 losses for the Pack. Packers barely made the playoffs– and had a miracle run — won’t happen again.
    DRS– I also said 10-6 for the Vikes a while back, but to be honest, I realistically think we may be 11-5. We still have the best running back, a very good defense, an outstanding home field advantage (8 wins right there), and other pluses, not the least of which is– an incredible team of coaches— this ship will sail in 2011.

  67. By Cali on Mar 4, 2011 | Reply

    I would like you tell me how your team will go 11-6!!! Let see. You have Peterson, ok, you got that goin for ya. And your defense. Hmm. Very good I doubt. Mediocre more like it. Home field advantage, IF your stadium doesn’t collapse. And please inform me what the “other” pluses are. Your ship is gonna sink in 2011 like it did in 2010. All the while our ship is floatin right past your team, drowning, in sarrow. 14-2, hey it could happen. And the “Miracle run”, well, it got us in the playoffs, through the playoffs, and a title. How did the vikings fair last year?? You could only pray for a lockout, so everybody doesn’t see you vikes sink, again!! 11-6!!! Now who’s delusional.

  68. By Titus on Mar 4, 2011 | Reply

    Cali, I see just how delusional you are– it’s a worse prognosis than I originally thought– first off, no team can be 11-6 in the regular season. Secondly, sarrow is a bird without the p (sparrow) — sorrow is spelled with two “o’s.” So, you cannot count, nor spell— seems that is how you deduced and then concluded your team will be 14-2. No wonder you came up with that number. Wrong again.

  69. By Titus on Mar 4, 2011 | Reply

    My prediction and I believe this — Vikings sweep Packers in 2011— and at the dome, the Pack gets creamed!!!!

  70. By Titus on Mar 4, 2011 | Reply

    Plus, the syntax of your sentence actually can be read that the Packer ship will be drowning— at least, subliminally, you are prophetic– yes, the Packers will not repeat– they will be very lucky to get in the playoffs.

  71. By wacky on Mar 5, 2011 | Reply

    who?????????????????? lame!

  72. By Dt28olb on Mar 5, 2011 | Reply

    Grab Mike Pouncey! The QBs this year just look worse and worse every day, and Joe Webb looks like a special player.

  73. By Dt28olb on Mar 5, 2011 | Reply

    And Sidney Rice can walk for all i care, hes been a complete d****e bag and is wayyyy injury prone, He had one good year with a legend throwing to him, stop acting like you won it all for us, I hope someone takes him from us.

  74. By Adub4all on Mar 5, 2011 | Reply


  75. By mooseknuckle on Mar 5, 2011 | Reply

    Cali is a typical puke fan. Bad teeth and morbid obesity will cause a person to be angry at the world.

  76. By ghost on Mar 6, 2011 | Reply

    Trade our 12th pick for a 1st and 3rd rounder next year 2012. If we get lucky we can draft our qb of the future not these pretenders in the 2011 draft. Cut the overpriced wr and s or trade both for whatever u can get for them. Take the money saved and get Peterson signed to long term deal.

    Start Bomar at qb – let webb develop for a yr – hopefully the cba will decide that players with 5 yrs of experiencewill be restricted and we can get 1st rounders for Rice and Edwards in 2011 or better 2012 – that would give us 4 1st rounders in 2012 – Get Luck at QB than let Spielman/Frazier do their magic will get 4 starters and be a talented young group.

  77. By Zach HOsking on Mar 9, 2011 | Reply

    I think we should trade our pick up grab a third round pick also and then take Locker. WE desperately need a qb right now. Or trade our second round pick for Kolb or Orton because they can come in and do very good right away

  78. By DRXXXTASY on Mar 15, 2011 | Reply

    We need OL help from the Center to the right…. Hutch still has it, but last year with the weak right…we had no choice but give the left side fits. j/s

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