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  1. #16

    Re: Ward, Cherry to IR



    I think Jermaine Winborne won his spot in the last 2 games making a couple of heads-up plays. If Aaron is right about BJ Ward and his attitude and drawing Billick's ire, then we don't need him here.




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    Re: Ward, Cherry to IR

    Why bother to IR someone who you don't want on the team in the future? Seems like a waste of Steve B.'s money to me.




  3. #18

    Re: Ward, Cherry to IR

    This smells of a "Pashos' hand IR" scenario...
    Exactly, they are grooming him to possibly start next year.

    They just don't think he is ready, and don't wnat to waste a spot on him. Look for him to really fight for the spot next to Ed Reed next year.




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    Re: Ward, Cherry to IR

    according to Aaron's notes, I guess it's not that, but still, you wonder why they'd IR him rather than just straight out cutting him...

    Good news about Jamaine Winborne though, that kid is AWESOME.
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  5. #20

    Re: Ward, Cherry to IR

    you wonder why they'd IR him rather than just straight out cutting him
    You can't straight out cut an injured player. You either have to get him to agree to a settlement (and it takes two to tango) or you have to IR him.
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    Re: Ward, Cherry to IR

    Quote Originally Posted by Ravens0587
    Exactly, they are grooming him to possibly start next year.

    They just don't think he is ready, and don't wnat to waste a spot on him. Look for him to really fight for the spot next to Ed Reed next year.
    I very much doubt that. Read Aaron's post and think about it, if he was going to get cut this year, with the open competition at S and the unproven players we have competing there, how is he going to make it next year when Landry will (likely) have a year's experience starting, Sapp will be more experienced, and we may draft or bring in another player.
    ''You'd love to go on the first day but I'm glad for the situation I'm in,'' he said. ''Baltimore knows how to play defense.''




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