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    Re: What wide receivers from other teams might get cut that we could sign?



    Quote Originally Posted by Goode05 View Post
    No one has answered what happens if Wallace a plus 30 player gets hurt


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  2. #38

    Re: What wide receivers from other teams might get cut that we could sign?

    Quote Originally Posted by HbgPARavenfan View Post
    Watkins is hard to evaluate he's always hurt. I honestly couldnt even give an opinion. BPR may be able to..
    He would give us the "Jimmy Smith of offense" Sword was talking about.


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    Re: What wide receivers from other teams might get cut that we could sign?

    Quote Originally Posted by L. G. Dupre View Post
    He would give us the "Jimmy Smith of offense" Sword was talking about.


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    Not exactly what I had in mind but touche'.
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    Re: What wide receivers from other teams might get cut that we could sign?

    Little off topic but I think we are going to be running alot of 2 TE sets. I'm still high on Watson have a great season. If him, Pitta, Gilmore, Williams can provide some plays that would be big for us to open up the top with Wallace/Perriman. What we really need is a possession receiver. I would take a flyer on a Boldin or Michael Floyd. Both would be solid redzone targets on the perimeter.





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    Re: What wide receivers from other teams might get cut that we could sign?

    I would definitely take a shot on Michael Floyd if he's out there.

    He would already be on the team if I'd known he was out there and I was the GM.





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    Re: What wide receivers from other teams might get cut that we could sign?

    Quote Originally Posted by Flinger35 View Post
    Are the Steelers going to keep all six of these guys?

    A. Brown
    M. Bryant
    Eli Rogers
    S. Coates
    Heyward-Bey
    Smith-Schuster
    Why wouldn't they? Brown is the only one who costs any money. They did keep 6 on the roster for most of last year. The key is their special teams play. If they can play special teams they have a good chance at staying on the roster.





  7. #43

    Re: What wide receivers from other teams might get cut that we could sign?

    Quote Originally Posted by HbgPARavenfan View Post
    Heyward Bay would be the most likely to get cut, and he is Torrey smith with even worse hands. There is no way I would want him on our team unless we had a bunch of slot guys and his only job was to run deep every play and never have the ball thrown to him



    Wait. Don't we have Perriman for that?Or is it Wallace? They pull back the secondary to open up the 3-yarders to Pitta.
    Not much really matters, and the rest doesn't matter at all.





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    Re: What wide receivers from other teams might get cut that we could sign?

    I've heard rumors that the new GM of the Colts does not particularity like Phillip Dorsett. When Aiken was signed they said that the #3 WR position is wide open and he could beat out Dorsett. They're not cutting Dorsett but they might shop him, similar to what we did with Jernigan. Would anyone want Dorsett? He was really good in college but has looked kind of dopey as a pro.





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    Re: What wide receivers from other teams might get cut that we could sign?

    Quote Originally Posted by GOTA View Post
    I've heard rumors that the new GM of the Colts does not particularity like Phillip Dorsett. When Aiken was signed they said that the #3 WR position is wide open and he could beat out Dorsett. They're not cutting Dorsett but they might shop him, similar to what we did with Jernigan. Would anyone want Dorsett? He was really good in college but has looked kind of dopey as a pro.
    Could we honestly believe the coaching staff could produce something more than Indi could?





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    Re: What wide receivers from other teams might get cut that we could sign?

    I would take as many players as I could get my hands on at the WR position and just let them all battle it out...keep Wallace & Perriman, and let the rest battle for 3 spots.





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    Re: What wide receivers from other teams might get cut that we could sign?

    Quote Originally Posted by Doctor View Post
    I would definitely take a shot on Michael Floyd if he's out there.

    He would already be on the team if I'd known he was out there and I was the GM.


    Did NE release him or is he a FA.??

    He may get some kind of suspension for the drunk driving or parking thing he did last fall.





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    Re: What wide receivers from other teams might get cut that we could sign?

    Quote Originally Posted by PalladinInNC View Post
    Yeah, but don't forget Sexy Rexy was the coach then and he wanted to make a big splash so he orchestrated a really big, bad trade!

    I do not know why some people around here still think he was a decent HC! He was a good DC but he still made dumb defensive decisions (Frank Walker on an island, etc., etc.).

    After he gets fired from his new commentator gig, he'll probably end up on some home shopping network selling assorted NFL apparel.
    Rex wasn't head coach that year. I think it wa Marrone


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