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    falcons release ray edwards



    Saw there was a thread for the steelers headcass but a guy alot of people wanted in ray edwards was also released. Personally i dont think theyll be interested but certainly a possibility.

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    Re: falcons release ray edwards

    Any reason as to why he was released and does he have anything left? He's primarily a 4-3 end correct? If it were a cheap 1 yr rental maybe I'm more interested in seeing what these young guys can do.




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    Ugh no thanks

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    Re: falcons release ray edwards

    I think he's worth a shot... Maybe we'll catch lightning in a bottle... It's not like it could hurt any
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    Re: falcons release ray edwards

    Quote Originally Posted by Paintballguy View Post
    Ugh no thanks

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    Pass. He's always been overrated IMO.


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    Re: falcons release ray edwards

    Take a cheap look.




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    Re: falcons release ray edwards

    He didn't have Jared Allen in Atlanta.
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    Re: falcons release ray edwards

    I know this may sound crazy, but what if we were to actually let our own players develop for once?

    Courtney Upshaw is becoming a monster. Tyson has looked good in limited action and paul kruger may just be a great situational player.




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    Re: falcons release ray edwards

    Quote Originally Posted by landspeed View Post
    I know this may sound crazy, but what if we were to actually let our own players develop for once?
    Yeah, cause Yanda, Flacco, Oher, Torrey Smith, KO didn't start as rookies.

    Rice didn't start as a 2nd year player.

    Cody wasn't also a starter in his 2nd year.

    They didn't start a 3rd year CB (Webb) and an unknown former-PS player (Williams) to start last season at CB.

    They didn't release Heap prior to last year and allow Pitta and Dickson (both in their 2nd years) to take over at TE.

    They didn't start this season with Harewood at Guard.

    And, they didn't let Redding and JJ go this year, and give McPhee and McClellan/Kruger/Upshaw a chance to take those starting spots.
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    Re: falcons release ray edwards

    He's interesting for sure, but I don't know if he'd fit here or if they'd be interested in him over what we have currently on the roster.




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    Re: falcons release ray edwards

    Watch NE scoop him up.




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    Re: falcons release ray edwards

    Quote Originally Posted by landspeed View Post
    I know this may sound crazy, but what if we were to actually let our own players develop for once?

    Courtney Upshaw is becoming a monster. Tyson has looked good in limited action and paul kruger may just be a great situational player.
    Man...

    Quote Originally Posted by B-more Ravor View Post
    Yeah, cause Yanda, Flacco, Oher, Torrey Smith, KO didn't start as rookies.

    Rice didn't start as a 2nd year player.

    Cody wasn't also a starter in his 2nd year.

    They didn't start a 3rd year CB (Webb) and an unknown former-PS player (Williams) to start last season at CB.

    They didn't release Heap prior to last year and allow Pitta and Dickson (both in their 2nd years) to take over at TE.

    They didn't start this season with Harewood at Guard.

    And, they didn't let Redding and JJ go this year, and give McPhee and McClellan/Kruger/Upshaw a chance to take those starting spots.
    You are obviously wasting your time...It's unbeleivable that people still cling to that "we don't play young players" bullshit. Despite ALL the evidence to the contrary.

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    Watch NE scoop him up.
    Who cares...Ray Edwards sucks...BAD.
    Although Walsh's system of offense can compensate for lack of talent; however, defense is a different story. According to Walsh, talent on defense was essential and could not be compensated for. What did Walsh do in 1981? He acquired physical and talented players on defense.




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    Re: falcons release ray edwards

    Edwards is strictly a 4-3 guy. He's also become fat and lazy since he got paid. Playing for a winning team obviously isn't motivation enough for him. No team should sign him until his money runs out and gives him incentive to play again.
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    Re: falcons release ray edwards

    He has not been the same player, but im not sure how much of that is on him vs adjusting to a new team (its only been a little over a year). right team he may return to some of his past glory, which i admit is inflated due to who he played with. With McPhee still hurt and a similar sized guy, i could see them at least kicking the tires, but like many posted above, i dont really see it as a fit.
    -JAB




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