Re: TE possibilities:
Evan Silva @evansilva
For teams in need of catch-first "move" TE, UFA James Casey should be where they look first. Would be great fit for #Redskins, #Dolphins.
I don't see how he'd fit unless we lost Niles or Paulsen, neither of which I think is happening. Casey had 34 Catches for 330 yds and 3 TDs so he's def not a #1. He's also a FB hybrid.
we need tanard jackson back, how can you say no to this face?
I think we undervalue the te because for more than 8 years we have had a dynamic TE . As much as i love Paulsen you could see the game plan went away from tbe te ..... in a system that does not feature the te significantly Davis was well on the way to being possibly our best recieving threat
If davis was on another team i think we would be drooling over the possibility of picking him up ....other than tony G then i cannot see another te on the market who comes close ..... assuming he recovers 100%
That said i think the team is going to offer a very team friendly offer that will pay him well if he can prove he can make it back to full heath and keep his nose clean .... and i don't imagine any other team giving him anything better to be honest .
My big question is Jackson..... how much will he cost us and will hebe happy being a back up - Orakpo is going to get paid this season and while the 3-4 pay thd lbs there is only so much money to go around
Last edited by martytheman; February-8th-2013 at 11:43 AM.
Barry Cofield is LEGIT... no more nonsense about we need a "real" NT... HE IS THE REAL DEAL!!!! He goes to the Pro Bowl this year, book it!!!
I'd bring him back as a back-up....if he can stick around and earns the starting gig in TC, so be it. We just can't depend on him like we did last yr.
He's actually a perfect fit and will come cheap.
Originally Posted by Mike Shanahan
I LOVE James Casey. He'd be a great fit here.
**** it, I'm going deep.
Dolphins | No offer made to Reggie Bush
The Miami Dolphins have not extended impending free-agent RB Reggie Bush a contract offer as of this week.
Bears | Henry Melton is top priority
Chicago Bears DT Henry Melton is likely the team's top free agent priority, according to CSN Chicago's Kip Lewis. Lewis points out Melton should get a lot of attention from other teams, and in particular Dallas. Melton is from Texas and has a strong relationship with new Cowboys defensive line coach Rod Marinelli.
Texans | Shaun Cody undergoes surgery
Houston Texans impending free-agent DT Shaun Cody (spine) underwent microscopic lumbar discectomy surgery Jan. 29, to repair a lumbar disc herniation. Cody was released from the hospital Thursday, Feb. 7.
Packers | Jermichael Finley could stick around
Green Bay Packers TE Jermichael Finley continues to work out to keep his body in good shape, and he said it's "50-50" as to whether he re-signs with the team. "I would love to stay there," Finley said, "but if Green Bay says otherwise, I play football for a living, so I'd have to switch gears and get ready for another chapter in my life." Finely could sign a more cap-friendly, multi-year deal to stick around. He said currently there has been no communication between himself and the team regarding his future.
Giants | Rocky Bernard unlikely to return
The New York Giants are unlikely to re-sign DT Rocky Bernard.
Cowboys | Mike Jenkins unlikely to return
The Dallas Cowboys are unlikely to re-sign free-agent CB Mike Jenkins.
Bills | Donald Jones surprised about no offer
Free-agent WR Donald Jones (Bills) said he was surprised that the Buffalo Bills did not tender him an offer but it will give him a chance to join another team. "It was pretty upsetting to get the call today," Jones said. "It kind of was a shock. But it is what it is. Now me and my family will move forward to another team and hopefully I get to play against the Bills."
Bears | Troy Nolan may not return
The Chicago Bears may not be interested in re-signing impending free-agent SS Troy Nolan this offseason because of the depth they have at the safety position.
Evan Silva of Rotoworld's Top 40 Free Agent Rankings by Position:
Remember that short time period that Cowboys fans thought Mike Jenkins was an absolute stud?
For example, if the FO thinks Corey Lynch can be a consistent starter as FS, then I would like to see us sign him, and then maybe draft someone like D.J. Swearinger or Tony Jefferson in the 3rd, or possibly even someone in the 2nd, and have Jackson as the #3.
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SemperFi is getting lathered up with all of the Reggie Bush "no news" today. Fire me up!
---------- Post added February-8th-2013 at 04:04 PM ----------
Boldin will retire if Ravens release him.
Anquan Boldin told NBC's Erik Kuselias that he intends to retire if the Ravens release him this offseason.
"They will be his last team," passes along Kuselias. The Baltimore Sun reported late this week that the cap-strapped Ravens would prefer to sign Boldin to a contract extension, reducing his salary cap number. Currently, Boldin is owed a non-guaranteed salary of $6 million. Set to commit upwards of $20 million to Joe Flacco, GM Ozzie Newsome will have to get creative to keep Boldin.
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