We must keep rob jackson.
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Last edited by SAli457180; February-10th-2013 at 12:57 AM.
A 3rd pass rusher that can come in and contribute will spell both Kerrigan/Orakpo and keep them fresh. He's not overated, he finally got his chance to shine. He had 4.5 sacks, with probably half the amount of snaps as Kerrigan.
Jackson at worst seems to be a very good nicklebacker. Kind of reminds me of Monte Coleman who was a star though never a starter. The guy has great hands and a knack for making plays. It's always dangerous when a player shines in his contract year, but on the other hand, this was the first time he really got field time and a chance.
Keep him if at all possible. Same with Lorenzo Alexander.
Davis is a different question. He's good and we know it, but for the last two seasons he missed the final several games and the offense didn't suffer or really miss a beat. So, while he'd be good to keep in a normal year, if he's expensive, he's a luxury. Honestly, to me he's not worth 8, 5, or even three million a year to keep... especially, not coming off a huge injury and with the chance that one drug slip up will cost us his services for a year.
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In that case he will have to get it somewhere else. But he has a chance to be part of something really special here if he is willing to stay in his current role (or possibly slide in at ILB if Fletch retires).
So the ball is really in his court. He just has to decide what is more important to him: cha$ching and personal goals or a legit shot at a ring and being an integral part of that effort. I know what I would choose but I can't make that decision for him.
The Palm Beach Post says impending free agent Reggie Bush still "badly" wants to return to Miami.
Bush's representation is reportedly "confused" why the Dolphins have yet to make an offer. Look no further than the cheaper, younger, and maybe more-talented Lamar Miller as the reasoning, Reggie. CBS' Jason La Canfora has deemed Bush "highly unlikely" to return to Miami, and that "team-friendly" offer the Dolphins were planning may not even make it out of the printer.
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