Deon Butler: Seahawks No Name Player to Watch in 2009

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Published: July 12, 2009

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... out for, we have the team's 2009 third round pick, WR Deon Butler.

Why do I consider Deon Butler to be a no name player? Let’s take a look at those reasons.

1) All rookies drafted outside the top 10 in the first round are to be considered a no name. For one, they haven’t played a snap in the NFL.

Second of all, if you fall out of the top 10, let alone all the way down to the third round, you are considered a no name player.

All rookies are usually considered no named because the coach still has you wear a piece of tape that has your name on it, in front of your helmet.

2) Deon Butler finds himself amongst a plethora of talented Seattle WRs. With the likes of T.J Houshmandzadeh, Deion Branch, Nate Burleson, and others, Butler is really not well known—and it doe...

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