Holsey signs with the Rams
I'll trust that the Skins coaches know what they're doing, and it's not like Holsey was going to make or break the D, but it seemed like he would have been a good fit here. He was a hard worker who played with a high motor, and he could also play both tackle and end.
He led the d-line last year with 41 tackles. I thought he was worth taking to camp but oh well.
|PSUskinsfan11 ||06-19-2004 02:05 PM |
Yeah I thought he did a nice job last year and we should have at least gave him a look at training camp. I figured after those 2 ex-cowboys got signed that we weren't gooing to go after him though.
|Sheriff Gonna Getcha ||06-19-2004 02:47 PM |
He was definately our most consistent lineman last year (if that says anything). I really would have liked to have seen us dumped someone else.
|Big C ||06-19-2004 04:14 PM |
im thinkin that the coaches are thinking that noble will be ready to go, otherwise he probably would have been brought back
|Gmanc711 ||06-19-2004 06:06 PM |
I'm a little dissapointed to see him go. I thought he really helped our line ( once again, for what its worth ), while he played. Hopefully noble will be ready to go by seasons start.
|Daseal ||06-19-2004 06:40 PM |
I feel it would be a luxury to have him back, but far from important. I seriously doubt we'll notice he's gone. Griffin and Noble will plug up the middle, and hopefully get our ends 1 on 1 coverage, while the LBs, Safeties, and CB's blitz in!
|jbcjr14 ||06-20-2004 04:30 PM |
Hopefully you are right Daseal. We still need depth in the DLine though!!!
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