Pete Prisco on SI.com writes:
"Tony Brackens, DE, Jaguars: After a slow start last season, coming off major knee surgery, Brackens came on as the season moved along. He played the run and the pass last season, which is why the Jaguars would like him back. They just didn't want him at the deal he was scheduled to play for this season. If Brackens can be had for about $2 million per season, he could help a team that needs pass-rush help."
I was eyeing him on Joe Crisp's potential cap cut list. Is he worth it for us? Do we have the space? He was certainly good before the knee injury...
[URL=http://cbs.sportsline.com/nfl/story/7165325]Prisco's article SI.com[/URL]
We could use all the help we can get at DE. If he can get back to full form he'd be a great addition and 2 mil a year doesn't sound that bad.
He has some decent sack #'s, could be worth a look at the right price.
I agree and he's the type of DE with pass-rushing abilities Gibbs and vinnie have said they'd like to get atleast one of. By the way, does anyone know of any good players who might be getting the ax on June 1st and that could help fill out our depth?
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