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    Re: Rolando McClain cut by Raiders. Any interest?



    he's not very good on the field and he's a total dumbass off the field.
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    Re: Rolando McClain cut by Raiders. Any interest?





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    Re: Rolando McClain cut by Raiders. Any interest?

    Pass. He's mediocre on the field and a douchebag off. He will be in jail or dead in 5 years unless he has a total come to Jesus moment.




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    Re: Rolando McClain cut by Raiders. Any interest?

    What would he give to the team that McClellan and Bynes already provide?

    Nothing. Pass.




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    Re: Rolando McClain cut by Raiders. Any interest?

    I would never ever want any person on my team that held a gun to a guys head and made him beg for his life then fire the gun off next to his head. That's lower than Michael Vick status. Scum bag




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    Re: Rolando McClain cut by Raiders. Any interest?

    If he were a better player, I might want him, but he hasn't lived up to his top 10 draft status. Part of me says "he's a young guy" and kids will be kids, so maybe he'd thrive in an environment like the Ravens', with a winning attitude, strong veteran presence, etc. If nothing else, he'd bring back some of that thuggish, old-school Ravens' swag and thump running backs in the back field for TFLs and talk shit, lol. I kinda like him, he reminds me of an old friend I had in high school, who's unfortunately deceased...so maybe that's a bad thing... Hmmm....




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    Re: Rolando McClain cut by Raiders. Any interest?

    I loved him coming out, thought he could be a better version of Adalius Thomas if matched up with a good DC. Obviously he never had that in Oakland, but even without it he has never looked like much more than an average player.

    Plus I think someone like Cleveland will sign him for more than he is worth at this point in his career. Pass.




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    Re: Rolando McClain cut by Raiders. Any interest?

    OAK is taking a page out of Ozzie's book and getting rid of the guys they don't want
    like Huff, Heyward-Bey and McClain - all # 1 draft picks by Big Al. Huff is good but stay
    away from that turkey.

    NFL Network had a show on the new gun cult of the NFL and players are saying why
    they need guns when they go into clubs and what not - because they're high profile
    players but the gun club is getting out of hand with Burress who shot himself by mistake
    and Rolando McClain. Those dudes don't need guns.




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    Re: Rolando McClain cut by Raiders. Any interest?

    I just don't see his value. You've got great ILBs like Dansby and Daryl Smith still out there, and tons of talent at the position in the draft, plus a couple of home grown prospects... so where does Rolando really fit in?




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    Quote Originally Posted by Ravenalytics View Post
    I just don't see his value. You've got great ILBs like Dansby and Daryl Smith still out there, and tons of talent at the position in the draft, plus a couple of home grown prospects... so where does Rolando really fit in?
    Dansby is a guy I could see the Ravens signing on a 1 year deal after the draft. He isnt great in coverage anymore, but he could be a solid 2 down guy/depth.

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    Re: Rolando McClain cut by Raiders. Any interest?

    He just passed through waivers. I think I am in the vocal minority that would not mind a vet minimum deal. He has potential, but who knows if it will ever be tapped.




  12. Re: Rolando McClain cut by Raiders. Any interest?

    Quote Originally Posted by Ash55 View Post
    He just passed through waivers. I think I am in the vocal minority that would not mind a vet minimum deal. He has potential, but who knows if it will ever be tapped.
    I don't see anything wrong with that. Sign him to a deal similar to what Nmandi (sp?) got in SF. Nothing guaranteed and approx., $1.3M. Basically has to fight for a roster spot.




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    Re: Rolando McClain cut by Raiders. Any interest?

    Ian Rapoport ‏@RapSheet 1m
    On Rolando McClain: Already has 3 offers, 2 other teams interested. Should be quick. Thanks to the head-start from his agent seeking a trade




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    Re: Rolando McClain cut by Raiders. Any interest?

    The dude has been a total knucklehead since he got into the league but he's only 23 years old. A low risk deal would be worth pursuing, even I'll admit.
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    Re: Rolando McClain cut by Raiders. Any interest?

    I'm for the Ravens taking a look at him honestly. Based on the fact he comes from Oakland where no matter the talent they have on the field, the players just look to be in disarray, which means there is no direction but up. I blame a little of that on the environment out there and think that a change of scenery and coming to a pretty stable organization could do the kid some good. Low risk high reward with a vet minimum deal.




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